-tuple

['tju:p(ə)l]
combining form chiefly Mathematics forming nouns and adjectives with a preceding algebraic symbol with the sense ‘(an entity or set) consisting of as many parts or elements as indicated by the symbol, such as n-tuple.
Origin
from the ending of quintuple, octuple, etc.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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