senary

adjective
se·na·ry | \ˈse-nə-rē, ˈsē-\

Definition of senary 

: of, based on, or characterized by six : compounded of six things or six parts a senary scale senary division

First Known Use of senary

1661, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for senary

Latin senarius consisting of six

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