* NUMBERS *
(see also math.txt)
MINUS a negative quantity [n -ES]
NEGATIVE to {veto=v} [v -TIVED, -TIVING, -TIVES] : NEGATIVELY, NEGATIVISM NEGATIVIST NEGATIVITY NEGATIVISTIC NEGATIVENESS
NIL {nothing=n} [n -S]
NADA {nothing=n} [n -S]
NONE one of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n -S]
NULL to reduce to nothing [v -ED, -ING, -S]
ZERO to aim at the exact center of a target [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S]
AUGHT a zero [n -S] : NAUGHT
NIHIL {nothing=n} [n -S]
ZILCH {nothing=n} [n -ES]
NAUGHT a zero [n -S] : AUGHT
REZERO to reset (a gauge) back to zero [v -ED, -ING, -ES or -S]
ZEROTH being numbered zero in a series [adj]
NONZERO having a value other than zero [adj]
NOTHING the absence of all quantity or magnitude [n -S]
SUBZERO registering less than zero [adj]
NAETHING {nothing=n} [n -S]
NIHILITY the state of being nothing [n -TIES]
NOTHINGNESS [n -ES]
POSITIVE {certain=adj} [adj -TIVER, -TIVEST] / a quantity greater than zero [n -S]
NONNEGATIVE [adj]
HALF one of two equal parts [n HALVES]
HALVE to divide into two equal parts [v HALVED, HALVING, HALVES]
QUARTERN one-fourth of something [n -S]
MILLIONTH [n -S]
BILLIONTH [n -S]
TRILLIONTH [n -S]
ZILLIONTH [adj]
QUADRILLIONTH [n -S]
QUINTILLIONTH [n -S]
AE one [adj]
UN one [pron -S]
ANE {one=n} [n -S]
ONE a number [n -S]
ONCE one single time [n]
FIRST something that precedes all others [n -S]
PRIMA {primo=n} [n -S]
PRIME to make {ready=adj} [v PRIMED, PRIMING, PRIMES]
PRIMO the main part in a musical piece [n -MOS or -MI]
LOONIE a coin worth one Canadian dollar [n -S]
FIRSTLY before all others [adv]
ONEFOLD constituting a single, undivided whole [adj]
PREMIER a prime minister [n -S]
PRIMACY the state of being first [n -CIES]
PRIMARY a preliminary election [n -RIES]
IMPRIMIS in the first place [adv]
FIRSTLING [n -S]
FIRSTNESS [n -ES]
PRIMALITY
PRIMARILY
FIRSTFRUITS
TWA {two=n} [n -S] : TWA TWAE TWO
TWO a number [n TWOS] : TWA TWAE TWO
BOTH being the two [adj]
PAIR to arrange in sets of two [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TWAE {two=n} [n -S] : TWA TWAE TWO
BINAL twofold [adj]
DUPLE having two parts or elements [adj]
TWAIN a set of two [n -S]
TWICE two times [adv]
ATWAIN in two [adv]
BINARY a combination of two things [n -RIES]
BINATE growing in pairs [adj] : BINATELY [adv]
DOUBLE to make twice as great [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES]
DOUBLY to twice the degree [adv]
DUALLY in two ways [adv]
SECOND to give support or encouragement to [v -ED, -ING, -S] : SECONDER(s)
TOONIE a Canadian two-dollar coin [n -S] : TWOONIE(s)
TWOFER something sold at the rate of two for the price of one [n -S]
DUALISM a philosophical theory [n -S]
DUALIST an adherent of dualism [n -S]
DUALITY the state of being twofold [n -TIES]
DUALIZE to make twofold [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]
PAIRING a matching of two opponents in a tournament [n -S]
RECOUPE divided twice [adj]
SECONDE a position in fencing [n -S]
SECONDO the lower part in a piano duet [n -DI]
TWASOME {twosome=n} [n -S]
TWOFOLD an amount twice as great as a given unit [n -S]
TWOONIE {toonie=n} [n -S]
TWOSOME a group of two [n -S] : TWASOME
DIDYMOUS occurring in pairs [adj]
SECONDER one that {seconds=v} [n -S]
SECONDLY in the next place after the first [adv]
TUPPENCE {twopence=n} [n -S]
TUPPENNY {twopenny=adj} [adj]
TWOPENCE a British coin worth two pennies [n -S] : TUPPENCE
TWOPENNY worth twopence [adj] : TUPPENNY
DUPLICATE to multiply by two [v -TED -TES -TING]
SECONDARY [n -RIES]
SECONDHAND
SECONDARILY
SECONDARINESS [n -ES]
TREY a three in cards, dice, or dominoes [n TREYS]
TRIO a group of three [n TRIOS]
THIRD one of three equal parts [n -S]
THREE a number [n -S]
TRIAD a group of three [n -S]
TROIS the number three [n TROIS]
THRICE three times [adv]
TRIFID divided into three parts [adj]
TRINAL having three parts [adj]
TRIPLE to make three times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
TRIPLY in a triple degree, manner, or number [adv]
TERNARY a group of three [n -RIES]
TERNATE arranged in groups of three [adj]
TERNION a group of three [n -S]
TERTIAL a flight feather of a bird's wing [n -S]
TERTIAN a recurrent fever [n -S]
THIRDLY in the third place [adv]
TIERCED divided into three equal parts [adj]
TRIFOLD having three parts [adj]
TRIFORM having three forms [adj]
TRINARY consisting of three parts [adj]
TRINITY a group of three [n -TIES]
TRIPART divided into three parts [adj]
TRIPLET a group of three of one kind [n -S]
TRIPLEX an apartment having three floors [n -ES]
TRISECT to divide into three equal parts [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TERTIARY a {tertial=n} [n -ARIES]
THIRDHAND
THREEFOLD
THREESOME [n -S]
THREEPENCE [n -S]
THREEPENNY
THREESCORE
TRIPLICATE to multiply by three [v -TED -TES -TING]
FOUR a number [n -S]
QUAD to space out by means of quadrats [v QUADDED, QUADDING, QUADS]
FOURTH one of four equal parts [n -S]
QUARTE a fencing thrust [n -S]
QUARTO the size of a piece of paper cut four from a sheet [n -TOS]
QUATRE the four at cards or dice [n -S]
TETRAD a group of four [n -S] : TETRADIC [adj]
FOURGON a wagon for carrying baggage [n -S]
QUARTER to divide into four equal parts [v -ED, -ING, -S] : QUARTERER(s)
QUARTET a group of four [n -S] : QUARTETTE
QUARTIC a type of mathematical function [n -S]
FOURFOLD four times as great [adj]
FOURPLEX {quadplex=n} [n -ES]
FOURSOME a group of four [n -S]
FOURTHLY in the fourth place [adv]
QUATORZE a set of four cards of the same denomination scoring fourteen points [n -S]
FOURPENCE [n -S]
FOURPENNY [n -PENNIES]
FOURSCORE
QUADRUPLE to make four times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
QUADRUPLY
QUARTERER [n -S]
QUARTETTE [n -S] : QUARTET
FOURSQUARE
QUADRUPLET [n -S]
QUATERNARY [n -RIES]
QUATERNITY a group of four [n -TIES]
QUATREFOIL [n -S]
QUADRUPLICATE to multiply by four [v -TED -TES -TING]
QUADRUPLICITY [ n -TIES]
QUADRUPLICATION
FIVE a number [n -S]
FIFTH one of five equal parts [n -S]
FIVER a five-dollar bill [n -S]
QUINT a group of five [n -S]
CINQUE the number five [n -S]
PENTAD a group of five [n -S]
QUINTE a position in fencing [n -S]
FIFTHLY in the fifth place [adv]
QUINARY a group of five [n -RIES]
QUINATE arranged in groups of five [adj]
QUINTET a group of five [n -S] : QUINTETTE
QUINTIC a type of mathematical function [n -S]
FIVEFOLD five times as great [adj]
FIVEPINS a bowling game [n]
QUINCUNX an arrangement of five objects [n -ES]
QUINTETTE [n -S] : QUINTET
QUINTUPLE to make five times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
QUINTUPLY
CINQUEFOIL a five-petalled plant [n -S]
QUINTUPLET [n -S]
QUINTUPLICATE to multiply by five [v -TED -TES -TING]
SIX a number [n -ES]
SEXT one of seven canonical daily periods for prayer and devotion [n -S]
HEXAD a group of six [n -S] : HEXADIC [adj]
SEXTO {sixmo=n} [n -TOS]
SIXMO a paper size [n -MOS]
SIXTE a fencing parry [n -S]
SIXTH one of six equal parts [n -S]
SENARY pertaining to the number six [adj]
SEXTET a group of six [n -S] : SEXTETTE
SIXFOLD being six times as great as [adj]
SIXTHLY in the sixth place [adv]
SEXTETTE {sextet=n} [n -S]
SEXTUPLE to make six times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
SEXTUPLY to six times as much or as many [adv]
SIXPENCE a British coin worth six pennies [n -S]
SIXPENNY worth sixpence [adj]
SEXTUPLET [n -S]
SEXTUPLICATE to multiply by six [v -TED -TES -TING]
SEVEN a number [n -S]
HEPTAD a group of seven [n -S]
SEPTET a group of seven [n -S] : SEPTETTE
SEPTIME a position in fencing [n -S]
SEVENTH one of seven equal parts [n -S]
HEBDOMAD the number seven [n -S] : HEBDOMADAL HEBDOMADALLY weekly [adj]
SEPTETTE {septet=n} [n -S]
SEPTUPLE to make seven times as great [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
SEPTENARY [n - RIES]
SEPTUPLET [n -S]
SEVENFOLD
SEVENTHLY
EIGHT a number [n -S]
OCTAD a group of eight [n -S] : OCTADIC [adj]
OCTAL pertaining to a number system with a base of eight [adj]
OCTET a group of eight [n -S] : OCTETTE
EIGHTH one of eight equal parts [n -S]
OCTANT an eighth of a circle [n -S] : OCTANTAL [adj]
OCTAVE a type of musical interval [n -S] : OCTAVAL [adj]
OCTAVO a page size [n -VOS]
OGDOAD a group of eight [n -S]
EIGHTVO {octavo=n} [n -VOS]
OCTETTE {octet=n} [n -S]
OCTUPLE to multiply by eight [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
OCTUPLY to eight times the degree [adv]
EIGHTHLY in the eighth place [adv]
OCTONARY a stanza of eight lines [n -NARIES]
OCTUPLET a group of eight related items [n -S]
OCTUPLEX being eight times as great [adj]
EIGHTBALL [n -S]
EIGHTFOLD
NINE a number [n -S]
NINTH one of nine equal parts [n -S]
NONET a composition for nine instruments or voices [n -S]
ENNEAD a group of nine [n -S] : ENNEADIC [adj]
NINEPIN a wooden pin used in a bowling game [n -S]
NINTHLY in the ninth place [adv]
NONAGON a nine-sided polygon [n -S] : NONAGONAL
NONUPLE a number nine times as great as another [n -S]
NINEBARK a flowering shrub [n -S]
NINEFOLD nine times as great [adj]
ENNEADIC [adj]
ENNEAGON a {nonagon=n} [n -S]
TEN a number [n -S]
TENTH one of ten equal parts [n -S]
TENTHLY in the tenth place [adv]
ELEVEN a number [n -S]
ELEVENTH one of eleven equal parts [n -S]
ELEVENSES snack before lunch
DOZEN to {stun=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]
TWELVE a number [n -S]
DOZENTH {twelfth=n} [n -S]
TWELFTH the number twelve in a series [n -S]
DUECENTO the 1200s [n -TOS]
TWELVEMO a page size [n -MOS]
DUODECIMO [n -S]
DUODECIMAL base 12 [n -S]
TWELVEMONTH [n -S]
PRIVATDOZENT [n -S]
TRECENTO the 1300s [n -TOS]
THIRTEEN a number [n -S]
THIRTIETH [n -S]
THIRTYISH
THIRTEENTH [n -S]
FOURTEEN a number [n -S]
FOURTEENER [n -S]
FOURTEENTH [n -S]
QUATTROCENTO the 1400s [n -S]
FIFTEEN a number [n -S]
FIFTEENTH [n -S]
CINQUECENTO the 1500s [n -S]
CINQUECENTIST an artist of the 1500s [n -S]
SIXTEEN a number [n -S]
SEICENTO the 1600s [n -TOS]
SIXTEENMO [n -S]
SIXTEENTH [n -S]
HEXADECIMAL base 16 [n -S]
SEVENTEEN [n -S]
SEVENTEENTH [n -S]
EIGHTEEN a number [n -S]
EIGHTEENTH [n -S]
NINETEEN a number [n -S]
NINETEENTH
TWENTY a number [n -TIES]
VICENARY pertaining to the number twenty [adj]
THIRTY a number [n -TIES]
FORTY a number [n -TIES]
FORTIETH one of forty equal parts [n -S]
FORTYISH being about forty years old [adj]
FIFTY a number [n -TIES]
FIFTIETH one of fifty equal parts [n -S]
FIFTYISH being about fifty years old [adj]
SIXTY a number [n -TIES]
SIXTIETH one of sixty equal parts [n -S]
SIXTYISH being about sixty years old [adj]
SEXAGESIMAL base 60 [n -S]
SEVENTY a number [n -TIES]
SEVENTIETH [n -S]
EIGHTY a number [n EIGHTIES]
EIGHTIETH [n -S]
NINETY a number [n -TIES]
NINETIETH [n -S]
CENTUM one hundred [n -S]
HUNDRED a number (100) [n -S]
CENTUPLE to increase a hundredfold [v -PLED, -PLING, -PLES]
HUNDREDTH [n -S]
HUNDREDFOLD
HUNDREDWEIGHT [n -S]
QUATERCENTENARY 400th anniversary [n -RIES]
CHILIAD a group of one thousand [n -S] : CHILIADAL, CHILIADIC
THOUSAND a number (1,000 = 10^3) [n -S]
PERMILLAGE per thousand [n -S]
THOUSANDTH [n -S]
THOUSANDFOLD
LAKH the sum of one hundred thousand (100,000 = 10^5) [n -S]
MILLION a number (1,000,000 = 10^6) [n -S]
MILLIONTH [n -S]
MILLIONFOLD
MULTIMILLION
BILLION a number (1,000,000,000 = 10^9) [n -S] also: MILLIARD(s)
MILLIARD a {billion=n} [n -S]
BILLIONTH [n -S]
MULTIBILLION
TRILLION a number (1,000,000,000,000 = 10^12) [n -S]
TRILLIONTH [n -S]
MULTITRILLION
QUADRILLION a number ( = 10^15) [n -S]
QUINTILLION a number ( = 10^18) [n -S]
SEXTILLION a number ( = 10^21) [n -S]
SEPTILLION a number ( = 10^24) [n -S]
OCTILLION a number ( = 10^27) [n -S]
NONILLION a number ( = 10^30) [n -S]
DECILLION a number ( = 10^33) [n -S]
UNDECILLION a number ( = 10^36) [n -S]
DUODECILLION a number ( = 10^39) [n -S]
TREDECILLION a number ( = 10^42) [n -S]
- ( 10^45 )
QUINDECILLION a number ( = 10^48) [n -S]
SEXDECILLION a number ( = 10^51) [n -S]
- ( 10^54 )
OCTODECILLION a number ( = 10^57) [n -S]
NOVEMDECILLION a number ( = 10^60) [n -S]
VIGINTILLION a number ( = 10^63) [n -S]
GOOGOL an enormous number ( = 10^100) [n -S]
CENTILLION a number ( = 10^303 or 10^600 ) [n -S]
GOOGOLPLEX (10 to the GOOGOLth power = 10^googol) [n -ES]
* INDETERMINATE AMOUNTS *
FEW amounting to or consisting of a small number [adj FEWER, FEWEST]
NTH pertaining to an indefinitely large ordinal number [adj]
MACH a number indicating the ratio of the speed of a body to the speed of sound [n -S]
MANY consisting of or amounting to a large number [adj MORE, MOST]
SOME being an unspecified number or part [adj]
ABOUND to have a large number or amount [v -ED, -ING, -S]
MUCKLE a large amount [n -S]
MYRIAD a very large number [n -S]
OODLES a large amount [n OODLES] : OODLINS
PASSEL a large quantity or number [n -S]
OODLINS {oodles=n} [n OODLINS]
JILLION a very large number [n -S] : BAZILLION GAZILLION JILLION KAZILLION ZILLION
PAUCITY smallness of number or quantity [n -TIES]
ZILLION an indeterminately large number [n -S] : BAZILLION GAZILLION JILLION KAZILLION ZILLION
ETCETERA a number of additional items [n -S]
INFINITE something that has no limits [n -S] : INFINITELY, INFINITUDE INFINITENESS
INFINITY the state of having no limits [n -TIES] : INFINITUDE INFINITENESS
MAJORITY the greater number or part [n -TIES]
MINORITY the smaller number or part [n -TIES]
SHITLOAD a large amount -- usually considered vulgar [n -S]
SOMEWHAT an unspecified number or part [n -S]
BAZILLION an indeterminately large number [n -S] : BAZILLION GAZILLION JILLION KAZILLION ZILLION
COUNTLESS
GAZILLION an indeterminately large number [n -S] : BAZILLION GAZILLION JILLION KAZILLION ZILLION
KAZILLION an indeterminately large number [n -S] : BAZILLION GAZILLION JILLION KAZILLION ZILLION
INFINITUDE [n -S]
UNCOUNTABLE
INFINITENESS [n -ES]
INFINITESIMAL [n -S] : INFINITESIMALLY
* List compiled from OWL2 + Long List by Rebecca Slivka