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|Cardinal||one hundred [and]|
119 is the sum of five consecutive primes (17 + 19 + 23 + 29 + 31). It is a highly cototient number.
In other fields
One hundred nineteen is also:
- The year AD 119 or 119 BC.
- In astronomy, the Saros number of the solar eclipse series which began on 0850 15 May at 12:05:59 UT and will end on 2112 24 June at 07:05:54 UT. The duration of Saros series 119 is 1262.11 years, and it contains 71 solar eclipses.
- The Saros number of the lunar eclipse series which began on 0917 October 03 at 10:30:18 UT and will end on 2396 15 March at 09:44:27 UT. The duration of Saros series 119 is 1478.47 years, and it contains 83 lunar eclipses.
- In the Bible, 119 is a strange Psalm which, besides being the most lengthy of the bunch, also appears with letters such as aleph or gimel at the headers of its sections
- The NGC (New General Catalog)  object 119, a 13th magnitude elliptical galaxy in the constellation Phoenix
- 119 is also an emergency telephone number in several Asian countries.
- The date of the terrorist attacks on the USA on 11 September 2001 is in English often referred to with the middle-endian order 9/11 (which would also be big endian), but elsewhere the little endian format is usually used, so it may be referred to with (a variation of) 119.