third

[ thurd ]
/ θɜrd /
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adjective

noun

adverb

in the third place; thirdly.

Origin of third

before 900; Middle English thirde, Old English (north) thirda, variant of thridda; cognate with Dutch derde, German dritte, Old Norse thrithi, Gothic thridja, Greek trítos, Latin tertius, Sanskrit tṛtīya. See three

Related forms

third·ly, adverb
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Derived Forms

thirdly, adverb

Word Origin for third

Old English thirda, variant of thridda; related to Old Frisian thredda, Old Saxon thriddio, Old High German drittio, Old Norse thrithi, Latin tertius
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Medicine definitions for thirdly

third

[ thûrd ]

adj.

Coming next after second, as in order, rank, or time.
Being the digit that is adjacent to and is on the outermost side of the second digit, as on a foot.

Related forms

third n.
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