What is the definition of "Decimus"?

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Decimus is a Roman praenomen that means tenth. Before that, it was originally used to name the tenth son before it was changed later to be a generic name. An example of someone with this name was Decimus Clodius Albinus.
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dec·i·mus
[des-uh-muhs; Latin dek-i-moos]
ADJECTIVE
1.
(in prescriptions) tenth.
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