Number between I and XI?

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 27 Dec 18, Thursday

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Mathematical properties

12 (twelve) is the natural number following 11 and preceding 13. The product of the first three factorials, twelve is a superior highly composite number, divisible by 2, 3, 4, and 6. It is central to many systems of counting, including the Western calendar and units of time, and frequently appears in the Abrahamic religions.

Twelve is the largest number with a single-syllable name in English. Early Germanic numbers have been theorized to have been non-decimal: evidence includes the unusual phrasing of eleven and twelve, the former use of “hundred” to refer to groups of 120, and the presence of glosses such as “tentywise” or “ten-count” in medieval texts showing that writers could not presume their readers would normally understand them that way.[1][2][3] Such uses gradually disappeared with the introduction of Arabic numerals during the 12th-century Renaissance.


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It derives from the Old English twelf and tuelf, first attested in the 10th-century Lindisfarne Gospels’ Book of John.[n 1][5] It has cognates in every Germanic language (e.g. German zwölf), whose Proto-Germanic ancestor has been reconstructed as *twaliƀi…, from *twa (“two”) and suffix *-lif- or *-liƀ- of uncertain meaning.[5] It is sometimes compared with the Lithuanian dvýlika, although -lika is used as the suffix for all numbers from 11 to 19 (analogous to “-teen”).[5] Every other Indo-European language instead uses a form of “two”+”ten”, such as the Latin duōdecim.[5] The usual ordinal form is “twelfth” but “dozenth” or “duodecimal” (from the Latin word) is also used in some contexts, particularly base-12 numeration. Similarly, a group of twelve things is usually a “dozen” but may also be referred to as a “duodecad”. The adjective referring to a group of twelve is “duodecuple”.

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