Numerical Group ACTIVE

Numbers (either definite or indefinite).

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
multikmt* ind num "Tens, dozens"; an indefinite number greater than 10 and on the order of 10.
multiunel* ind num "Thousands"; an indefinite number greater than 1,000 and on the order of 1,000.
multj* ind num Indeterminate fractional number between zero and one. Fraction
multund* ind num "Hundreds"; an indefinite number greater than 100 and on the order of 100.
myrj* ind num Innumerable, countless, myriad. Does not mean "infinite." Indeterminate Number
n* 1. ab
2. num
1. Not. General negator.
2. Zero.
newn* num Nine. Determinate Number
newnikmt* num Ninety (90). Determinate Number
newnund* num Nine hundred (900). Determinate Number
non* ind num Infinity. Literally "the reciprocal of zero."
okt* card num Eight. Determinate Number
oktikmt* num Eighty (80). Determinate Number
oktund* num Eight hundred (800).
oliq* 1. subj
2. ind num
1. A small quantity, few.
2. A small number.
Fewness
oliqikmt* ind num An indefinite number, on the order of 10, greater than or equal to 10 and probably not greater than 50.
oliqiunel* ind num An indefinite number, on the order of 1000, probably not less than 1000 and probably not greater than 5000. Indeterminate Number
oliqund* ind num An indefinite number, on the order of 100, probably not less than 100 and probably not greater than 500. Indeterminate Number
part* ind num Fraction of one, indefinite number between zero exclusive and one exclusive. Fraction
partel* ind num Number between 0 exclusive and 1000 exclusive. Indeterminate Number
partiq* ind num A number between 0 exclusive and 10 exclusive.

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Numerical-Group Modifiers

-em*] Ordinal constructor.
-on* Reciprocal.

gint* Ten times the numerical base modified.
-und* One hundred times the numerical base modified.
-el* One thousand raised to the power represented by the source base.
-elon* One one-thousandth raised to the power represented by the antecedent.

qon* Two-dimensional geometric figure characterized by the number of angles/sides.
-edr* A solid in which all surfaces are planar and that is characterized by the number of surfaces.

Thesaurus

Subgroups

Abbreviation Name Definition
ind-num Indeterminate Numerical Subgroup

Roots

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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