Definition of eleventh in English:

eleventh

ordinal number

  • 1Constituting number eleven in a sequence; 11th:

    ‘the eleventh century’
    ‘February the eleventh’
    • ‘Apart from the customs service, the finance ministry also oversees the tax service, which is named as the eleventh most corrupt institution in TII's list.’
    • ‘Having held Grange to 177-9, Prestwick looked in some trouble as they slumped to 18-2 in their eleventh over.’
    • ‘French is the eleventh most widely spoken language in the world, English the third.’
    • ‘By the time Democrats went to the polls in Tennessee and Virginia to give Kerry his eleventh and twelfth wins of fourteen contests so far, they were voting for a man polls showed to be leading Bush.’
    • ‘The execution is only the eleventh since reinstatement of the death penalty by California in 1992.’
    • ‘This will be the eleventh such gay event and, really, I don't know how I managed to miss the previous 10.’
    • ‘What's a bit more interesting is that after the first eviction in two weeks time an eleventh house member will be added as voted for by the great unwashed.’
    • ‘Lincoln cathedral is one of the most perfect Gothic cathedrals in Europe, dating back officially to the eleventh century and like as not a fair way before that.’
    • ‘Des Murphy's goal in the eleventh minute was the score that mattered in the end.’
    • ‘In fact, it is probably true to say that women in the Middle Ages, especially after about the eleventh century and up to the fifteenth, enjoyed a level of relative freedom not equalled until the twentieth.’
    • ‘That said, the Federal Reserve has just cut US interest rates for the eleventh time this year.’
    • ‘Rathdowney / Errill shot their eleventh wide before two quick long range efforts from Liam Tynan had the large crowd in raptures ten minutes into the half.’
    • ‘As a non-finisher in the event that determines grid placings, Griffiths should have left last for Finke, but was offered a start among the six bikes leaving the grid in the eleventh to sixteenth placings.’
    • ‘For Fred Eastham, age poses no barrier as it will be his eleventh marathon since 1984-and he will be joined in the race on April 13 by his 29-year-old son, John.’
    • ‘Investors waited for the US Federal Reserve's interest rates call this evening, where it is expected to cut them for the eleventh time this year.’
    • ‘It wasn't as if Martinez was unaccustomed to physical labor: She grew up in Fresno, the eleventh of twenty-two children of farmworker parents.’
    • ‘The appearance of a wage-earning class and the masculinization of the textile workforce during the eleventh century certainly constituted a crucial element in this transformation.’
    • ‘The eleventh will probably be Welshman Phillip Price, leaving Torrance having to decide between Jose Maria Olazabal and Jesper Parnevik for the twelfth, and remaining, place.’
    • ‘This one comes our way on the eleventh of October.’
    • ‘The main attraction is the eleventh century Saint Sophia Cathedral, the city's oldest standing church, which contains some of the country's greatest mosaics and frescoes.’
    1. 1.1Music An interval or chord spanning an octave and a fourth in the diatonic scale, or a note separated from another by this interval.
  • 2Each of eleven equal parts into which something is or may be divided.

Pronunciation

eleventh

/ɪˈlɛv(ə)nθ/