- next after the tenth; being the ordinal number for 11.
- being one of 11 equal parts.
- an eleventh part, especially of one (1/11).
- the eleventh member of a series.
Origin of eleventh
Examples from the Web for eleventh
Eleventh place is quite the crowning achievement for the little isthmus—especially considering the low quality offerings.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama
November 30, 2014
Pointing to the elevator bank, they say in unison, "Eleventh floor."Backstage at the Razzie Awards, Honoring Hollywood’s Worst Films
March 2, 2014
She won an Emmy in 1963 for an episode of The Eleventh Hour.The Deaths You Missed This Year
Malcolm Jones, Jimmy So, Michael Moynihan, Caitlin Dickson
December 30, 2013
From the trailer, we can see that Queen Elizabeth I is present when the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors meet for the first time.A Primer For Doctor Who’s ‘Day of the Doctor’ Episode
November 23, 2013
The eleventh county is across the way, in the northwest corner.Colorado’s Strange Secession Vote
November 5, 2013
With him, as with the average Frenchman, solvency was an eleventh commandment.In the Heart of Vosges
He was the eleventh of a family of thirteen, of whom seven yet live.Cleveland Past and Present
Again, in the eleventh verse, it is distinctly declared that the ZRA.Life: Its True Genesis
R. W. Wright
On the eleventh day Midas took him back to the house of his greatest pupil.Classic Myths
Mary Catherine Judd
The eleventh answers to our January, and is named as Cold-meal Moon.The History of Louisiana
Le Page Du Pratz
- (usually prenominal)
- coming after the tenth in numbering or counting order, position, time, etc; being the ordinal number of eleven: often written 11th
- (as pronoun)the eleventh in succession
- one of 11 equal or nearly equal parts of an object, quantity, measurement, etc
- (as modifier)an eleventh part
- the fraction equal to one divided by 11 (1/11)
- an interval of one octave plus one fourth
- See eleventh chord