centesimal

adjective
cen·tes·i·mal | \sen-ˈte-sə-məl \

Definition of centesimal 

: marked by or relating to division into hundredths

First Known Use of centesimal

1635, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for centesimal

Latin centesimus hundredth, from centum

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