senary

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From the Latin sēnārius (consisting of six each), from sēnī (six each”, “six at a time) + -ārius (whence the English suffix -ary).

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senary (not comparable)

  1. Of sixth rank or order.
    • 2001, Manish K. Gupta, David G. Glynn, and T. Aaron Gulliver, On Senary Simplex Codes, in Applied Algebra, Algebraic Algorithms and Error-Correcting Codes: proceedings of 14th International Symposium, Serdar Boztaş, Igor E. Shparlinski (eds.), page 112
      In particular, one can construct mixed binary/ternary codes via senary codes by applying the Chinese Gray map (see Example 1).

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