# fourteenth

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## four·teenth

(fôr-tēnth′)
n.
1. The ordinal number matching the number 14 in a series.
2. One of 14 equal parts.

## fourteenth

(ˈfɔːˈtiːnθ)
a. coming after the thirteenth in order, position, time etc. Often written: 14th
b. (as noun): the fourteenth in succession.
n
1. (Mathematics)
a. one of 14 equal or nearly equal parts of something
b. (as modifier): a fourteenth part.
2. (Mathematics) the fraction equal to one divided by 14 ()
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## four•teenth

(ˈfɔrˈtinθ, ˈfoʊr-)

1. next after the thirteenth; being the ordinal number for 14.
2. being one of 14 equal parts.
n.
3. a fourteenth part, esp. of one (1/14).
4. the fourteenth member of a series.
[before 900; Middle English fourtenthe, Old English fēowertēotha. See fourteen, -th2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
 Noun 1 fourteenth - position 14 in a countable series of thingsrank - relative status; "his salary was determined by his rank and seniority" Adj. 1 fourteenth - coming next after the thirteenth in position14thordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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Translations
الرَّابِعَ عَشَرَالرابِع عشرجُزْ من 14
čtrnáctýčtrnáctina
fjortendefjortendedel
neljästoista
četrnaesti
tizennegyediktizennegyed
fjórtándifjórtándi hluti

열네 번째의
štrnástinaštrnásty
štirinajsti
fjortonde
อันดับที่สิบสี่
on dördüncüondörtte bir14.üncü
thứ mười bốn

## fourteenth

[ˈfɔːˈtiːnθ]
B. N
1. (in series) → decimocuarto/a m/f
2. (= fraction) →
see fifth for usage
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

## fourteenth

[ˌfɔːrˈtiːnθ]
the fourteenth floor → le quatorzième étage
n
the fourteenth (= fourteenth day of month) → le quatorze
the fourteenth of August → le quatorze août
(= fourteenth part) → quatorzième m
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

## fourteenth

n (= fraction)Vierzehntel nt; (of series)Vierzehnte(r, s) ? also sixteenth
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

## fourteenth

[ˈfɔːˈtiːnθ]
2. n (in series) → quattordicesimo/a; (fraction) → quattordicesimo
for usage see fifth
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

## fourteen

(foːˈtiːn) noun
1. the number or figure 14.
2. the age of 14.
1. 14 in number.
2. aged 14.
fourteen-
having fourteen (of something). a fourteen-volume encyclopaedia.
fourˈteenth noun
1. one of fourteen equal parts.
2. (also adjective) the last of fourteen (people things etc); the next after the thirteenth.
ˌfourˈteen-year-old noun
a person or animal that is fourteen years old.
(of a person, animal or thing) that is fourteen years old.
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## fourteenth

čtrnáctý fjortende neljästoista četrnaesti 十四番目の 열네 번째의 fjortonde อันดับที่สิบสี่ thứ mười bốn
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References in classic literature ?
The Spaniards, through the Catholic clergy, offer praise to God for their victory over the French on the fourteenth of June, and the French, also through the Catholic clergy, offer praise because on that same fourteenth of June they defeated the Spaniards.
This sentiment was finally to be confirmed by the loss of Normandy and other French possessions of the Norman-English kings in the thirteenth century, a loss which transformed England from a province of the Norman Continental empire and of a foreign nobility into an independent country, and further by the wars ('The Hundred Years' War') which England-Norman nobility and Saxon yeomen fighting together--carried on in France in the fourteenth century.
On the fourteenth day I went into the kitchen, and I was surprised to find that the fronds of the red weed had grown right across the hole in the wall, turning the half-light of the place into a crimson-coloured obscurity.
Ferguson in that vast region comprised between the fourteenth and thirty-third degrees of east longitude.
We were to sail on the fifteenth of the month (June), weather permitting; and on the fourteenth, I went on board to arrange some matters in my stateroom.
Another old chateau in the neighbourhood, built in the fourteenth century by Jean de Belmont, was also abandoned, so that that part of the country was very little inhabited.
'm at the seventh, he kept me hustlin' till the fourteenth. Then I got 'm the way I said.
Mezeriac, the life of Aesop was from the pen of Maximus Planudes, a monk of Constantinople, who was sent on an embassy to Venice by the Byzantine Emperor Andronicus the elder, and who wrote in the early part of the fourteenth century.
It is alleged, indeed, that the high heels are most agreeable to our ancient constitution; but, however this be, his majesty has determined to make use only of low heels in the administration of the government, and all offices in the gift of the crown, as you cannot but observe; and particularly that his majesty's imperial heels are lower at least by a DRURR than any of his court (DRURR is a measure about the fourteenth part of an inch).
In the mean time, Seymour Delafield, after casting one longing, lingering look at Miss Henley, became the husband of her friend, and made the fourteenth in the prolific family of the Osgoods, where his wealth was not less agreeable to the parents, than his person to the daughter.
An archbishop's palace has just been demolished, an edifice in poor taste, no great harm is done; but in a block with the archiepiscopal palace a bishop's palace has been demolished, a rare fragment of the fourteenth century, which the demolishing architect could not distinguish from the rest.
This Red Book belongs to the fourteenth century, but many of the stories are far far older, having, it is thought, been told in some form or other for hundreds of years before they were written down at all.

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