Origin of quinquagenarianfrom Classical Latin quinquagenarius from quinquageni, fifty each from quinquaginta, fifty from quinque, five + -ginta from Indo-European an unverified form -?omt- from base an unverified form dek?, ten
Origin of quinquagenarianFrom Latin quīnquāgēnārius containing fifty from quīnquāgēnī fifty each from quīnquāgintā fifty ; see penkwe in Indo-European roots.
- One who is between the age of 50 and 59, inclusive.
- Being between the age of 50 and 59, inclusive.
- Of or relating to a quinquagenarian.
From Latin quinquagenarius (“containing fifty"), from quinquegeni (“fifty each"), from quinquaginta (“fifty") +"Ž -an