There is the same principle for quantities, with “aine” for sufix :
douzaine (dozen) : 12aine
, quinzaine (fifteen or so) 15aine
, and all tens : 10aine, 20aine, 30aine…
100aine is the only hundred to be written this way
Edit : soixante-dizaine (70aine), quatre-vingtaine (80aine) and quatre-vingt-dizaine (90aine) are very rarely used.
In a completely different context, you may encounter some suffixes in street numbers, such as :
5bis, 5ter, 5quater…
Typically, these cases happen for formerly bigger properties that were divided later:
| — 3 — | — — 5 — — | — 7 — |
| — 3 — | — 5 — | -5bis- | — 7 — |
If you want to know more about it, you can follow this link (fr).