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I'm trying to think of a word that basically communicates something in between a single and a double.
Is there such a thing as half of a tuple?
How would you communicate something that is in between a single and a double?
There is a Latinate prefix, sesqui-, for 'one and a half', which is occasionally used for terms like sesquicentenary. How you adapt this to your very specific situation (and whether it will mean anything to anyone else when you do so) is up to you.
I'd say half-double. Refer to crochet terms.
Half of double is single. If you're talking about a quantity rather than groups of integral units, you can say "one and a half."
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