hex-
combining form see hexa-

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  • hex — hex·one; hex·on·ic; hex·os·a·mine; hex·o·san; hex·ose; hex·oxide; hex·partite; hex·tetrahedral; hex·tetrahedron; hex·u·lose; hex·u·ron·ic; hex·yl; hex·yl·ene; hex·yl·ic; hex·yne; tet·ra·hex·a·he·dral; ac·e·to·hex·amide; chlor·hex·i·dine;… …   English syllables

  • Hex — Hex: Hex (hexadeсimal)  обозначение шестнадцатеричной системы счисления. См. также Hex редактор  приложение для редактирования данных, представляющее данные как последовательность байтов в hex коде. Intel HEX  формат файла,… …   Википедия

  • hex- — hex(a) élément, du gr. heks, six . ⇒HEX(A) , (HEX , HEXA )élém. formant Élém. formant tiré du gr. « six », servant à former des mots sc. dont le signifié a un rapp. avec le nombre six. Quand le 2e élém. commence par une voyelle, la finale a de l… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Hex- — [↑ Hexa ] Zahlwortstamm in Namen von Verb. oder Gruppen mit 6 C Atomen, z. B. Hexanal, Hexen, Hexyl . * * * hẹx , Hẹx : ↑ hexa , Hexa . * * * hex , Hex : ↑hexa , ↑Hexa . hẹ|xa , Hẹ|xa , (vor Selbstlauten oft auch:) hẹx , Hẹx [griech. héx =… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hex- — Hexa Hex a [Gr. e x six. See {Six}.] A prefix or combining form, used to denote six, sixth, etc.; as, hexatomic, hexabasic. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hex — [heks] n AmE an evil ↑curse that brings trouble ▪ I think he s trying to put a hex on me. >hex v [T] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hex... — hex...   [griechisch héx »sechs«], auch erweitert zu hexa..., Wortbildungselement mit der Bedeutung: sechs, z. B. Hexosen, Hexaeder …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hex — HEX(A) Element de compunere însemnând de şase ori , sextuplu , care serveşte la formarea unor adjective şi substantive. [var.: exa ] – Din fr. hex(a) . Trimis de gall, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98 …   Dicționar Român

  • hex... — hex..., Hex... vgl. ↑hexa..., Hexa …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • hex — [ heks ] noun count an evil SPELL (=magic words that make someone have very bad luck): CURSE ╾ hex verb transitive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hex — (v.) 1830, Amer.Eng., from Pennsylvania German hexe to practice witchcraft, from Ger. hexen to hex, related to Hexe witch, from M.H.G. hecse, hexse, from O.H.G. hagazussa (see HAG (Cf. hag)). Noun meaning magic spell is first recorded 1909;… …   Etymology dictionary

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