Latin Numbers can be expressed in both Arabic and Latin numeral notation. Happy counting! For more language learning advice, free resources, and information about how we can help you reach your language goals, select the most relevant newsletter s for you and sign up below. Just wondering about proper pronunciation of Latin numerals. Thanks to anyone who can advise me. This was very helpful.
Show less Latin is a language not spoken by any modern nation. Such a language normally is called a dead extinct or ancient language. Latin is a Classical language learned by millions of people for different reasons and also is used within scientific world of all nations. Latin numbers have their own significance. Latin numerals have cardinal, ordinal, distributive, and numeral-adverbial forms. To create this article, 12 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
The Latin numerals are the words used to denote numbers within the Latin language. They are essentially based on their Proto-Indo-European ancestors, and the Latin cardinal numbers are largely sustained in the Romance Languages. In Antiquity and during the Middle Ages they were usually represented by Roman numerals in writing. The Latin language had several sets of number words used for various purposes. Some of those sets are shown in the tables below.
Latin numbers can be expressed cardinally and ordinally. Cardinal numbers are numbers we use to count when we count things in order. Ordinal numbers are numbers we use to list things, like when we place people in first, second or third place.