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6 U+0036, 6
Basic Latin 7

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A West Arabic numeral, ultimately from Indic numerals (compare Devanagari ). See 6 § Evolution of the Hindu-Arabic digit for more.

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6 (prev 5, next 7)

  1. The cardinal number six.
  2. A digit in the decimal system of numbering, as well as octal, and hexadecimal.
  3. (music, superscript) an indicator that a triad is in first inversion.
  4. (phonetics, often superscript) the pitch of a tone that is more extreme than 5; it will be higher or lower depending on local convention.
  5. (phonetics, Sinosphere, often superscript) tone number 6, typically identified with light departing yang qu (陽去).

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The following are equivalent forms as digits:

The following are only equivalent as representations of the cardinal number:

See also edit

Other representations of 6:

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Noun edit

6 (plural 6s)

  1. MI6; the agency or a particular agent.

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  1. (text messaging, slang) r (= sei, second-person singular)
    dv 6?where r you?