Word | Meaning |
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yoleven | (especially) An alternate pronunciation of eleven to avoid confusion with seven in loud casinos. Alternately spelled gambling dice yo-leven or abbreviated to yo. |

thirty-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-two, describing a person or thing in position number 32 of a sequence. |

fifty | The cardinal number occurring after forty-nine and before fifty-one. |

eighty-six | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-five and preceding eighty-seven. |

twenty-four | The cardinal number immediately following twenty-three and preceding twenty-five. |

eighty-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-six, describing a person or thing in position number 86 of a sequence. |

thirty-seven | The cardinal number occurring after thirty-six and before thirty-eight. |

fifty thousand | The cardinal number 50,000 |

thirty-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 37 of a sequence. |

eighty-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 83 of a sequence. |

eleven | The cardinal number occurring after ten and before twelve. Represented as 11 in Arabic digits. |

thirty-six | The cardinal number immediately following thirty-five and preceding thirty-seven. |

seuen | obsolete typography of seven |

fifty-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 58 of a sequence. |

eighty-three | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-two and preceding eighty-four. |

thirty-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-six, describing a person or thing in position number 36 of a sequence. |

eighty-two | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-one and preceding eighty-three. |

fifty-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-five, describing a person or thing in position number 55 of a sequence. |

thirty-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 33 of a sequence. |

throtteen | (dialect) Thirteen. |

eleven thousand | The number 11,000. |

thirty-three | The cardinal number after thirty-two and before thirty-four. |

Misspelling of googol | |

eightysomething | Between eighty and ninety. |

fifty-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 51 of a sequence. |

sixty | The cardinal number occurring after fifty-nine and before sixty-one, represented in Roman numerals as LX and in Arabic numerals as 60. |

thirty-two | The cardinal number after thirty-one and before thirty-three. |

twenty-one | The cardinal number occurring after twenty and before twenty-two, represented in Roman numerals as XXI and in Arabic numerals as 21. |

a | The ordinal number 'first', derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called a and written in the Latin script. |

twenty-one hundred | The start of the twenty-second hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 21:00. |

sixty-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 68 of a sequence. |

ten | (cardinal) The number occurring after nine and before eleven, represented in Arabic numerals (base ten) as 10, in binary (base two) as 1010, in hexadecimal (base sixteen) as A, and in Roman numerals as X. |

thre | Obsolete spelling of three |

fifty-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 54 of a sequence. |

one-hundred | attributive of one hundred |

five | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 5; the number following four and preceding six. This many dots: (•••••). |

sixty-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-five, describing a person or thing in position number 65 of a sequence. |

seven | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 7; the number occurring after six and before eight. |

twenty-seven | The cardinal number immediately following twenty-six and preceding twenty-eight. |

sixty-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 61 of a sequence. |

ten million | The number 10,000,000. |

fifty-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 59 of a sequence. |

niner | Used instead of 'nine' in radio communications to avoid confusion with 'five'. |

sixty-four | (cardinal) The cardinal number immediately following sixty-three and preceding sixty-five. |

eleventeen | (nonce word) Twenty-one (21). |

seven eighths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.875; ⅞. |

ninescore | (Archaic) One hundred and eighty. |

seven hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after six hundred ninety-nine and before seven hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 700. |

five eighths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.625; ⅝. |

seven hundred and fifty | Seven hundred plus fifty. |

twain | (dated) two |

fifty-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-two, describing a person or thing in position number 52 of a sequence. |

sixty-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 64 of a sequence. |

nineteen | The cardinal number occurring after eighteen and before twenty, represented in Roman numerals as XIX and in Arabic numerals as 19. It is the last/largest of the "teens". |

seven hundred fifty | US English form seven hundred and fifty |

fifty-seven | The cardinal number immediately following fifty-six and preceding fifty-eight. |

twenty-three | The cardinal number after twenty-two and before twenty-four. |

fifty-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 57 of a sequence. |

five hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after four hundred ninety-nine and before five hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 500. Ordinal: five-hundredth. |

nineteen hundred | The start of the twentieth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 19:00. |

ten thousand | The cardinal number 10,000 |

twenty-three hundred | The start of the last hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 23:00. |

eleventy | (humorous) The number 110, 11 × 10. |

thretteen | (obsolete) thirteenor Scotland |

fifty-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-six, describing a person or thing in position number 56 of a sequence. |

fower | (Geordie) fourcardinal |

heptillion | (rare) Synonym of septillion |

thretty | (obsolete) thirtyor Scotland |

sixty-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 69 of a sequence. |

threy | Obsolete spelling of three |

mether | (dialect) Four in the old counting system of Northern England. |

twenty-two | (cardinal) The number after twenty-one and before twenty-three. Represented in Arabic digits as 22. |

fifty-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number fifty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 53 of a sequence. |

sixty-one | The cardinal number immediately following sixty and preceding sixty-two. |

tethera | (Cumbria) three in Celtic sheep counting |

methera | (Cumbria) four in sheep counting of Northern England. |

twenty-two hundred | The start of the twenty-third hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 22:00. |

tethera-a-bumfit | (Cumbria) eighteen in Cumbrian sheep counting |

methera-a-dick | (Cumbria) fourteen in Cumbrian sheep counting |

yan | (North East England) One. |

tethera-a-dick | (Cumbria) thirteen in Cumbrian sheep counting |

methera-bumfit | (Cumbria) nineteen in Cumbrian sheep counting |

seven thousand | 7,000 |

sixty-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-two, describing a person or thing in position number 62 of a sequence. |

yan | (Cumbria) One in Cumbrian sheep counting rhyme. |

sixty-seven | The cardinal number immediately following sixty-six and preceding sixty-eight. |

yan-a-bumfit | (Cumbria) Sixteen in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

sixty-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 67 of a sequence. |

yan-a-dick | (Cumbria) eleven in Cumbrian sheep counting |

fiftysomething | Between fifty and sixty. |

five sixths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.8333…; ⅚. |

five thousand | 5000 |

sixty-six | The cardinal number immediately following sixty-five and preceding sixty-seven. |

googol | (cardinal) The number , or ten to the power of a hundred. |

sixty-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-six, describing a person or thing in position number 66 of a sequence. |

teenty | (cardinal) One hundred (100), especially a short hundred when considering long hundreds.nonstandard |

four | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 4; the number after three and before five; two plus two. This many dots (••••) |

sixty-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 63 of a sequence. |

ninety | The cardinal number occurring after eighty-nine and before ninety-one, represented in Roman numerals as XC and in Arabic numerals as 90. |

centillion | (short scale) 10. |

googolplex | (cardinal) The number or , ten to the power of a googol. |

twentysomething | Between twenty and thirty. |

ninety-eight | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-seven — ninety plus eight — and preceding ninety-nine. |

googolplexian | (humorous) The number 10 raised to the power of one googolplex. |

ninety-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 98 of a sequence. |

googolplexplex | (cardinal) The number or , 10 raised to the power of one googolplex. |

five-and-twenty | (cardinal) Twenty-five.archaic |

ninety-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-five, describing a person or thing in position number 95 of a sequence. |

four fifths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.8; ⅘. |

ninety-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-one, describing a person or thing in position number 91 of a sequence. |

sixtysomething | Between sixty and seventy. |

ninety-five | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-four and preceding ninety-six. |

ninety-four | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-three and preceding ninety-five. |

sevendy | Eye dialect of seventy (70) |

ninety-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-four, describing a person or thing in position number 94 of a sequence. |

ninety-nine | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-eight and preceding one hundred. |

four hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after three hundred ninety-nine and before four hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 400. |

ninety-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 99 of a sequence. |

decillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

ninety-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-two, describing a person or thing in position number 92 of a sequence. |

ninety-seven | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-six and preceding ninety-eight. |

giggot | (Cumbria) twenty in Cumbrian sheep counting |

ninety-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 97 of a sequence. |

hunnert | Eye dialect of hundred |

tway | (now) Two._ rare archaic |

ninety-six | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-five and preceding ninety-seven. |

ninety-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-six, describing a person or thing in position number 96 of a sequence. |

milliard | (cardinal) 10, a thousand times a million. (Now generally replaced by the short scale billion.)now _ rare |

ninety-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number ninety-three, describing a person or thing in position number 93 of a sequence. |

hunnit | Eye dialect of hundred |

ninety-three | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-two and preceding ninety-four. |

ninety-two | The cardinal number immediately following ninety-one and preceding ninety-three. |

septendecillion | (rare) 10.US modern British & Australian, short scale |

four thousand | 4000 |

vigintillion | (cardinal) Originally, the twentieth power of a million, 10; now (originally US) more usually 10. |

trilliard | (cardinal) A thousand million million million: 1 followed by twenty-one zeros, 10.UK Australia dated rare |

seventeen | The cardinal number occurring after sixteen and before eighteen, represented in Roman numerals as XVII and in Arabic numerals as 17. |

four-and-twenty | (Archaic) Twenty-four. (24) |

ninetysomething | Between ninety and one hundred. |

seventeen hundred | The start of the eighteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 17:00. |

pimp | (Cumbrian) five in Cumbrian and Welsh sheep countingand Old Welsh |

bumfit | (Cumbria) Fifteen in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

trillion | (US) A million million: 1 followed by twelve zeros, 10.modern _ British Australian short scale |

seventeenth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventeen. |

three | (cardinal) A numerical value after two and before four. Represented in Arabic digits as 3; this many dots (•••). |

naught | (chiefly) US old-fashioned Alternative spelling of nought |

three eighths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.375; ⅜. |

three fifths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.6; ⅗. |

three fourths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.75; ¾. |

seventy | The cardinal number occurring after sixty-nine and before seventy-one, represented in Roman numerals as LXX and in Arabic numerals as 70. |

fivety | (nonstandard) Misspelling of fifty |

one | (cardinal) The number represented by the Arabic numeral 1; the numerical value equal to that cardinal number. |

seventy-eight | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-seven and preceding seventy-nine. |

lakh | (India) One hundred thousand; 100,000. Often used with units of money.Pakistan Sri Lanka Hong Kong |

three hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after two hundred ninety-nine and before three hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 300. |

seventy-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 78 of a sequence. |

sexdecillion | (rare) 10.US modern British & Australian, short scale |

twoty | (nonstandard) Twenty. |

quadrillion | (US) A thousand trillion: 1 followed by fifteen zeros, 10.modern British and Australian short scale |

seventy-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-five, describing a person or thing in position number 75 of a sequence. |

novemdecillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale, rare) 10. |

man alive | (bingo) five |

seventy-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-one, describing a person or thing in position number 71 of a sequence. |

quattuordecillion | (US) 10.British Australian rare short scale |

one and a half | (Not with a specific meaning) |

seventy-five | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-four and preceding seventy-six. |

quattuorvigintillion | (rare; US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

seventy-four | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-three and preceding seventy-five. |

three quarters | The fraction that represents the real number 0.75; ¾. |

seventy-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-four, describing a person or thing in position number 74 of a sequence. |

seventy-nine | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-eight and preceding eighty. |

septillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale) A trillion trillion: 1 followed by 24 zeros, 10. |

seventy-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 79 of a sequence. |

unvigintillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

billiard | (cardinal) 10, a thousand billions (long scale) or a million milliards.British rare |

seventy-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-two, describing a person or thing in position number 72 of a sequence. |

three thousand | 3,000 |

seventy-seven | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-six and preceding seventy-eight. |

seventy-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 77 of a sequence. |

seventy-six | The cardinal number immediately following seventy-five and preceding seventy-seven. |

seventy-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-six, describing a person or thing in position number 76 of a sequence. |

zero | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring before one and that denotes no quantity or amount at all, represented in Arabic numerals as 0. |

seventy-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number seventy-three, describing a person or thing in position number 73 of a sequence. |

fordy | Eye dialect of forty |

trevigintillion | (rare; US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

seventysomething | Between seventy and eighty. |

bil | Abbreviation of billion |

one eighth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.125; ⅛. |

dick | (Cumbria) ten in Cumbrian sheep counting |

ninty | Misspelling of ninety |

forty | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after thirty-nine and before forty-one. |

three-fifths | Alternative form of three fifths |

billion | (US) a thousand million: 1 followed by nine zeros, 10; a milliardmodern British & Australian short scale |

one fifth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.2; ⅕. |

two | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 2; this many dots (••). Ordinal: second. |

tyan | (Cumbria) Two in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

infinite | Infinitely many. |

tyan-a-bumfit | (Cumbria) Seventeen in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

forty-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 48 of a sequence. |

duodecillion | (cardinal) 10.rare US British Australian short scale |

tyan-a-dick | (Cumbria) Twelve in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

forty-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-five, describing a person or thing in position number 45 of a sequence. |

one fourth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.25; ¼. |

forty-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 41 of a sequence. |

foure | Obsolete spelling of four |

one half | The fraction that represents the real number 0.5; ½. |

forty-five | Cardinal number after forty-four and before forty-six. |

million | (long and short scales) The cardinal number 1,000,000: 10. |

forty-four | The cardinal number immediately following forty-three and preceding forty-five. |

quintillion | (US) A billion billion: 1 followed by eighteen zeros, 10.modern British & Australian, short scale |

sethera | (Cumbria) six in Cumbrian sheep counting |

forty-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 44 of a sequence. |

one hundred million | The number 100,000,000. |

six | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 6; the number occurring after five and before seven. |

forty-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 49 of a sequence. |

one hundred six | The number 106. |

dovera | (Cumbria) nine in Cumbrian sheep counting |

one hundred thousand | The cardinal number 100,000 |

eight | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 8; the number occurring after seven and before nine. |

twelfe | obsolete form of twelve |

two fifths | The fraction that represents the real number 0.4; ⅖. |

forty-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-two, describing a person or thing in position number 42 of a sequence. |

six hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after five hundred ninety-nine and before six hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 600. |

eight hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after seven hundred ninety-nine and before eight hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 800. |

forty-seven | The cardinal number immediately following forty-six and preceding forty-eight. |

two hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after one hundred ninety-nine and before two hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 200. |

forty-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 47 of a sequence. |

quindecillion | (rare) 10.US modern _ British and Australian _ short scale |

umpteenth | (informal) Occurring in a relatively large but unspecified position in a sequence.often _ slightly _ derogatory |

forty-six | The cardinal number immediately following forty-five and preceding forty-seven. |

forty-sixth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-six, describing a person or thing in position number 46 of a sequence. |

millionty | (colloquial) A very large number.humorous |

forty-third | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number forty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 43 of a sequence. |

one million | (cardinal) The number 1000000. |

twelfty | (nonstandard) One hundred twenty; 120. |

nonillion | (US) 10.modern British & Australian, short scale |

lethera | (Cumbria) seven in Cumbrian sheep counting |

twelue | Obsolete spelling of twelve |

six thousand | 6000 |

onescore | (archaic) Twenty (20).rare |

twelve | The cardinal number occurring after eleven and before thirteen, represented in Arabic numerals as 12 and in Roman numerals as XII. |

one ninth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.111…; ⅑. |

half a dozen | Six (6); often used approximatively. |

hunderd | Eye dialect of hundred |

fortyish | Any number close to forty. |

twelve hundred | The number 1200 one thousand two hundred |

eighteen | The cardinal number occurring after seventeen and before nineteen, represented in Roman numerals as XVIII and in Arabic numerals as 18. |

siam | nine |

eighteen hundred | (cardinal) The number one thousand eight hundred. |

fortysomething | Between forty and fifty. |

hundred | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 100 (10), occurring after ninety-nine. |

thirdy | Eye dialect of thirty (30) |

thousand | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 1,000 = 10 × 100 = 10 |

thousand and one | (UK) Alternative form of thousand one |

hundred thousand | (cardinal) The cardinal number 100,000. |

sev'n | contraction of seven |

thousand million | (chiefly) UK Synonym of lang=en (sense 1) |

octillion | (US) A thousand trillion trillion, a billion billion billion: 1 followed by 27 zeros, 10.modern _ British _ & _ Australian short scale |

one quarter | The fraction that represents the real number 0.25; ¼. |

syxe | Obsolete spelling of six |

tredecillion | (rare) 10.US modern British & Australian, short scale |

one seventh | The fraction that represents value equal to one divided by seven; ⅐. |

thousand one | (US) One thousand plus one. |

fife | Used instead of 'five' in radio communications to avoid confusion. |

fyve | Obsolete spelling of five (5) |

sixe | Obsolete spelling of six |

one sixth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.1666…; ⅙. |

two thirds | The fraction that represents the real number 0.666…; ⅔. |

two thousand | The cardinal number occurring after one thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine and before two thousand and one. |

fourscore | (now) Eighty._ archaic |

onety-one | (cardinal) eleven (11)nonstandard |

fift | (ordinal) Obsolete spelling of fifth |

fifteen | The cardinal number occurring after fourteen (14) and before sixteen (16). |

tan | (dialect) The second cardinal number two, formerly used in Celtic areas, especially Cumbria and parts of Yorkshire, for counting sheep, and stitches in knitting.rare |

duovigintillion | (rare; US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

fifteen hundred | The start of the sixteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 15:00. |

fourteen | The cardinal number occurring after thirteen and before fifteen, represented in Roman numerals as XIV and in Arabic numerals as 14. |

fourteen hundred | The number one thousand four hundred. |

yin | The number one, primarily used in Scotland and Ulster |

thirteen | The cardinal number occurring after twelve and before fourteen, represented in Roman numerals as XIII and in Arabic numerals as 13. |

hundredsomething | More than a hundred. |

twelveteen | (nonstandard) twelve. |

one tenth | The fraction that represents the real number 0.1; ⅒. |

thirteen hundred | The start of the fourteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 13:00. |

fiddy | (nonstandard) fiftyAfrican American Vernacular English |

one third | The fraction that represents the real number 0.333…; ⅓. |

gillion | (rare) A thousand million, proposed as an alternative to the (now little used) British 'milliard' and the (ambiguous, in the UK, and unclear on an international scale) US 'billion'. |

one thousand | (cardinal) The number 1000. |

twenny | Eye dialect of twenty (20) |

twentie | Obsolete spelling of twenty (20) |

undecillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale) 10. |

seaven | obsolete form of seven |

nine | (cardinal) A numerical value equal to 9; the number occurring after eight and before ten. |

twenty | The cardinal number 20, occurring after nineteen and before twenty-one. |

eighty | The cardinal number occurring after seventy-nine and before eighty-one, represented in Roman numerals as LXXX and in Arabic numerals as 80. |

twenty four | Alternative spelling of twenty-four |

sixteen | The cardinal number occurring after fifteen and before seventeen, represented in Arabic numerals as 16 and in Roman numerals as XVI. |

eighty-eight | Number between eighty-seven and eighty-nine; decimal 88 |

thirty | The cardinal number occurring after twenty-nine and before thirty-one, represented in Arabic numerals as 30. |

sixteen hundred | The start of the seventeenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 16:00. |

eighty-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 88 of a sequence. |

twenty one | Alternative spelling of twenty-one |

eighty-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-five, describing a person or thing in position number 85 of a sequence. |

thirty-eighth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-eight, describing a person or thing in position number 38 of a sequence. |

eighty-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 81 of a sequence. |

threeteen | (nonstandard) thirteen |

nine hundred | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after eight hundred ninety-nine and before nine hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 900. Ordinal: nine-hundredth. |

thirty-fifth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-five, describing a person or thing in position number 35 of a sequence. |

twenty-eight | The cardinal number immediately following twenty-seven and preceding twenty-nine. |

eighty-five | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-four and preceding eighty-six. |

sextillion | (US; modern British & Australian, short scale) A trillion billion: 1 followed by 21 zeros, 10. |

eighty-four | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-three and preceding eighty-five. |

thirty-first | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 31 of a sequence. |

threety | (UK) Thirty._ dialectal chiefly Scotland obsolete or nonstandard |

eighty-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 84 of a sequence. |

thirty-five | The cardinal number immediately following thirty-four and preceding thirty-six. |

aught | Obsolete or dialectal form eight. |

eighty-nine | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-eight and preceding ninety. |

thirty-four | The cardinal number immediately following thirty-three and preceding thirty-five. |

sixteenth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number sixteen. |

eighty-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 89 of a sequence. |

thirty-fourth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-four, describing a person or thing in position number 34 of a sequence. |

nine thousand | 9000 |

nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine | (cardinal) The cardinal number occurring after nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight and before ten thousand, represented in Arabic numerals as 9,999. Represented in Roman numerals as IXCMXCIX. |

eighty-one | The cardinal number following eighty and preceding eighty-two. |

thirty-ninth | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number thirty-nine, describing a person or thing in position number 39 of a sequence. |

eighty-second | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-two, describing a person or thing in position number 82 of a sequence. |

fiftie | Obsolete spelling of fifty (50) |

thirty-one | The cardinal number immediately following thirty and before thirty-two; thirty plus one. |

hovera | (Cumbria) Eight in Cumbrian sheep counting. |

hexillion | (rare) Synonym of sextillion |

eighty-seven | The cardinal number immediately following eighty-six and preceding eighty-eight. |

eighty-seventh | (ordinal) The ordinal form of the number eighty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 87 of a sequence. |

fitty | (nonstandard) fiftyeye dialect |

Note: these words have been obtained from Wiktionary and have been classified and improved through automated computer linguistics processes.