four·teen / ˌfôrˈtēn; ˈfôrˌtēn/ • cardinal number equivalent to the product of seven and two; one more than thirteen, or six less than twenty; 14: they had spent fourteen days in solitary confinement all fourteen of us were seated. (Roman numeral: xiv or XIV.) ∎ a size of garment or other merchandise denoted by fourteen. ∎ fourteen years old: he left school at fourteen.DERIVATIVES: four·teenth / ˌfôrˈtēn[unvoicedth]; ˈfôrˌtēn[unvoicedth]/ ordinal number .
Fourteen Points set out by US President Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924) in a speech to the US Congress, 8 January 1918, as the basis for peace negotiations in the First World War.