MEANING: adjective:
1. Relating to the number six.
2. Having sixth rank.
3. Having six parts or things.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin senarius (consisting of six). Ultimately from the Indo-European root s(w)eks (six), which also gave us semester, siesta, and Sistine (named after Pope Sixtus IV). Earliest documented use: 1661


SENARMY - Who are all those guys marching this way with swords and armor?

SENALY - what you'll need at your side to help you fight them off

SEA NARY - where and when you'll find me in my fresh-water boat