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Numerals, or number names, are adjectives or nouns used in a language to represent numbers. They may be based on different ways of counting (decimal, vigesimal, and so on), but are a linguistic concept, rather than a mathematical one, and should therefore be distinguished from numeral systems in the mathematical sense. There is nevertheless some overlap between the concepts of numeral and numeral system, especially in ancient languages — in which mathematical notation and ordinary language were not always distinguished.


Positional numeral systems

Units of amount




Abjad numerals

Arabic numeral variations

Arabic numerals

Armenian numerals

Attic numerals

Australian Aboriginal enumeration

Babylonian numerals

Balinese numerals

Bengali numerals

Brahmi numerals

Burmese numerals

Cardinal number (linguistics)

Chinese number gestures

Chinese numerals

Chuvash numerals

Cornish numerals

Counting rods

Cyrillic numerals

Distributive number

Dzongkha numerals

Eastern Arabic numerals

Egyptian numerals

English numerals

Etruscan numerals

Finnish numerals

Georgian numerals

Greek numerals

Gurmukhi numerals

Hebrew numerals

Hindustani numerals

Hindu–Arabic numeral system

Indian numbering system

Indian numerals

Japanese numerals

Javanese numerals

Kaktovik Inupiaq numerals

Kharoṣṭhī numerals

Khmer numerals

Korean numerals

List of numbers in various languages

Long and short scales

Macedonian numerals

Maya numerals

Mongolian numerals

Multiplier (linguistics)

Names of large numbers

Nominal number


Numeral (linguistics)

Numerals in Unicode

Ordinal number (linguistics)

Pentimal system

Proto-Indo-European numerals


Roman numerals

Romanian numbers

Sinhala numerals

Slovene numerals

Suzhou numerals

Tally marks

Tamil numerals

Text figures

Thai numerals

Timeline of numerals and arithmetic

Vietnamese numerals

Welsh numerals

Yoruba numerals

Āryabhaṭa numeration


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SB Nation

SB Nation
Sun, 07 Feb 2016 05:15:27 -0800

After 49 increasingly complex years of writing our Super Bowls, the NFL has made things slightly easier this year. This year's Super Bowl is called "Super Bowl 50" rather than "Super Bowl L" after 49 years of Super Bowls described by Roman numerals.

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune
Fri, 05 Feb 2016 07:19:29 -0800

A sign for fisherman's warf is framed by a Super Bowl 50 display in San Francisco. A sign for fisherman's warf is framed by a Super Bowl 50 display in San Francisco. (Charlie Riedel / AP). Bernie LincicomeChicago Tribune. The exclusion of the Roman ...


Mon, 01 Feb 2016 08:22:42 -0800

It's the only thing in life that seems to use Roman numerals besides old clocks. Roman numerals are so MCMLXXVI. But there's good news for those who want the NFL to ditch its method of numbering the Big Game: Roger Goodell is giving you a one-year ...

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SB Nation
Tue, 26 Jan 2016 08:00:23 -0800

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International Business Times

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Tue, 19 Jan 2016 11:04:52 -0800

Typically, we deal with Roman numerals twice in our life or throughout the calendar year. Those out-of-place middle school math classes, and the NFL's Super Bowl. Except this year, only middle schoolers have to deal with the confounded, lettered ...
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Wed, 03 Feb 2016 06:26:15 -0800

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Kansas City Star

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Sun, 31 Jan 2016 16:00:00 -0800

The Super Bowls — they never stray;. They're numbered in the Roman way. But not this time — it's odd, it's iffy,. To use the normal number “50.” (The X's, V's and I's we know. At least this year are booted — go!) Perhaps they fear the Roman “L ...

Washington Post

Washington Post
Tue, 12 Jan 2016 13:22:30 -0800

What do the Lincoln Memorial, the Super Bowl, the king of Spain and London's Big Ben clock have in common? Need a hint? Okay, the answer is as easy as I, II, III. That's right: They all use Roman numerals. This system of counting goes back to ancient ...

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