See also: deca, deçà, déca, and déca-

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From Late Latin decas ((set of) ten), from Ancient Greek δέκας (dékas), from δέκα (déka, ten).

SI prefix
da Previous: deci-
Next: hecto-

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  • IPA(key): /dɛkə-/
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Latin number prefix
10 Previous: nona-
Next: undeca-
Greek number prefix
10 Previous: ennea-
Next: hendeca-

deca-

  1. Ten.
    decagon
  2. In the metric system, multiplying the unit to which it is attached by 10. Symbol: da

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Borrowed from French déca-, based on Late Latin decas ((set of) ten), from Ancient Greek δέκας (dékas), from δέκα (déka, ten).

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da Previous: deci-
Next: hecto-

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deca-

  1. deca-

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deca-

  1. deca- (all senses)

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