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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: sextuple 'six times' (17-21 centuries), from Late Latin sextuplex, from Latin sextus 'sixth'

sextuplet

noun
     
Related topics: Human, Children
sex‧tu‧plet [countable]
HBHSSC one of six people who are born at the same time and have the same mother

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