Definition of Hexade

1. n. A series of six numbers.



Definition of Hexade

1. Noun. A series of six numbers. ¹

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Definition of Hexade

1. hexad [n -S] - See also: hexad

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexade

hexactine
hexactinellid
hexactinellids
hexactinelline
hexactines
hexactinia
hexacts
hexacyanoferrate
hexacyanoferrates
hexacycle
hexacycles
hexacyclic
hexad
hexadactylous
hexadactyly
hexade (current term)
hexadeca-
hexadecamer
hexadecameric
hexadecamers
hexadecane
hexadecanes
hexadecanoic
hexadecanoic acid
hexadecanol
hexadecanols
hexadecanoyl
hexadecapolar
hexadecapole
hexadecapoles

Literary usage of Hexade

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1. A Bibliography of Fishes by Bashford Dean, Eugene Willis Gudger, American Museum of Natural History, Arthur Wilbur Henn (1917)
"Philos. Mag. (Tilloch), 1803, 16, 264-268. fig. Abstract in Med. Repository, 2. hexade, 2, 78-81. fig. 1803.1 - Cod-fishery of the United States. ..."

2. Catalogue of the New York State Library: 1855: Law Library by New York State Library Law Library (1856)
"2d hexade, 6 vol., and 3d hexade, 9 vol. 1303 -12, conducted by SL Mitchill and E. Miller. New series, 1813-24, 8 vol., conducted at various times by SL ..."

3. Boylston Prize Dissertations for the Years 1836 and 1837 by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1838)
"the 2d volume of the first hexade of the Medical Repository, is a letter of the ... There is generally neither epidemic nor endemic dis- 1 hexade 1st, Vol. ..."

4. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio by Geological Survey of Ohio (1893)
"XXXII (Second hexade, Vol. II, No. IV), April, 1835, pp. 489-556. The region to which this synopsis or catalogue is intended to apply, "embraces Ohio, ..."

5. The International Standard: A Magazine Devoted to the Discussion and (1885)
"Then comes the hexade, each unit of which represents space in the six directions, or the four corners of the world, east, west, north and south, ..."

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