Origin of senaryClassical Latin senarius from seni, six each from base of sex, six
- Of or relating to the number six.
- Having six things or parts.
Origin of senaryLatin sēnārius from sēnī six each from sex six ; see s(w)eks in Indo-European roots.
From the Latin sÄ“nÄrius (“consisting of six each"), from sÄ“nÄ« (“six each", “six at a time") + -Ärius (whence the English suffix -ary).