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substantive

P. and V. ἀριθμός, ὁ, ἀρίθμημα, τό.

crowd, multitude: P. and V. πλῆθος, τό, ὅμιλος, ὁ, ὄχλος, ὁ, V. ἀνδροπλήθεια, ἡ.

of things: P. and V. πλῆθος, τό, ὄχλος, ὁ.

things have been done by them so great in importance and so many in number: P. τοιαῦτα αὐτοῖς τὸ μέγεθος καὶ τοσαῦτα τὸ πλῆθος εἴργασται (Lys. 120).

in numbers, (to surpass) in numbers: P. and V. πλήθει.

to the number of: P. and V. εἰς; (acc.).

he was travelling with small numbers: V. ἐχώρει βαιός (Soph., Oedipus Rex 750).

equal in number, adj.: P. ἰσοπληθής, ἰσάριθμος.

numbers, poetry: P. and V. νόμος, ὁ, or pl.; see song.

verb transitive

P. and V. ἀριθμεῖν, διαριθμεῖν (mid. in P.), P. ἐξαριθμεῖν, V. πεμπάζειν.

calculate: P. and V. λογίζεσθαι.

number among: P. and V. καταριθμεῖν; (ἐν, dat. or μετά, gen.).

so numbered among: P. and V. τελεῖν εἰς (acc.), V. ἀριθμεῖσθαι; (gen. or ἐν, dat.).

Translations

noun

Abkhaz: ахыҧхьаӡара; Afrikaans: aantal, getal; Albanian: numër, sasi; Amharic: ቁጥር; Apache Western Apache: ndee biyáti'; Arabic: عَدَد‎; Hijazi Arabic: رقِم‎, رقَم‎; Moroccan Arabic: رقم‎; Aragonese: lumero; Armenian: թիվ; Old Armenian: թիւ; Assamese: সংখ্যা; Asturian: númberu; Azerbaijani: say, rəqəm, ədəd, nömrə, şumarə; Bashkir: һан; Basque: zenbaki; Belarusian: лік; Bengali: সংখ্যা, নম্বর, অঙ্ক; Breton: niver; Brunei Malay: numbur; Bulgarian: число́; Burmese: နံပါတ်, ဂဏန်း; Catalan: nombre; Central Dusun: numbul; Chinese Dungan: фур, фурму; Mandarin: 數, 数, 數目, 数目, 數字, 数字; Cornish: niver; Czech: číslo; Danish: tal; Dutch: aantal, hoeveelheid; Elfdalian: tal; Esperanto: nombro; Estonian: arv; Finnish: luku; French: nombre, numéro; Old French: nombre; Friulian: numar; Fula; Latin: adadu, emmbere; Adlam: 𞤀𞤣𞤢𞤣𞤵‎, 𞤫𞤥𞥆𞤦𞤫𞤪𞤫‎; Galician: número; Georgian: რიცხვი; German: Zahl; Gothic: 𐍂𐌰𐌸𐌾𐍉; Greek: αριθμός, πλήθος; Greenlandic: kisitsit; Gujarati: નંબર; Hawaiian: helu; Hebrew: מִסְפָּר‎; Hindi: संख्या, अंक; Hungarian: szám; Icelandic: tala; Ido: nombro; Inari Sami: nummeer; Indonesian: angka, bilangan; Interlingua: numero; Irish: uimhir; Italian: numero; Japanese: 数, 数字; Karachay-Balkar: сан; Karaim: сан; Kazakh: сан, нөмір; Khakas: сан; Khmer: លេខ; Korean: 숫자), 수); Kurdish Central Kurdish: ژِمارە‎; Northern Kurdish: jimare; Krymchak: сан; Kyrgyz: сан; Ladin: numer; Lao: ເລກ; Latin: numerus; Latvian: skaitlis; Lithuanian: skaičius; Livonian: lug; Luxembourgish: Zuel; Macedonian: број; Malay: nombor, angka, bilangan; Maltese: numru; Manx: earroo; Mirandese: númaro; Mongolian: тоо; Navajo: námboo, ánéeltʼeʼ, ákwíígíí, nóomba; Nepali: संख्या, अंक; Nogai: сан; Northern Altai: тоо, сан; Northern Sami: lohku, tálla; Norwegian Bokmål: antall, tall; Nynorsk: tal; Occitan: nombre; Old English: rīm, tæl; Old Frisian: rīm; Old High German: rīm; Oriya: ସଂଖ୍ୟା; Pali: gaṇanā; Pashto: رقم‎, عدد‎; Persian: شماره‎, رقم‎, عدد‎; Polish: liczba; Portuguese: número; Quechua: yupay; Rabha: জায়; Romanian: număr; Romansch: numer, nomer; Russian: число́; Rusyn: чісло́; Sanskrit: संख्या; Sardinian: númeru, númunu; Scottish Gaelic: àireamh; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: број, число; Roman: broj, čislo; Shor: сан; Sicilian: nummuru, nùmmuru; Sinhalese: ගණන, අංක; Slovak: číslo; Slovene: število; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: cysło, numer; Upper Sorbian: ličba, čisło; Southern Altai: сан; Spanish: número; Sundanese: ᮝᮤᮜᮍᮔ᮪; Swahili: nambari, namba; Swedish: tal; Tagalog: bilang; Tajik: рақам, адад, шумора; Tamil: எண்; Tatar: сан; Tausug: umbul; Telugu: సంఖ్య; Thai: จำนวน, เลข; Tibetan: གྲངས་ཀ; Tigrinya: ቍጽሪ; Tofa: сан; Turkish: sayı, rakam, adet; Turkmen: san; Tuvan: сан; Ukrainian: число́; Urdu: عدد‎, تعداد‎; Uyghur: رەقەم‎, سان‎; Uzbek: raqam, son; Venetian: nùmaro; Vietnamese: số); Volapük: numat; Welsh: rhif; Yakan: umbul; Yiddish: נומער‎, צאָל‎; Zhuang: cihsoq

verb

Asturian: numberar; Breton: niverenniñ; Bulgarian: наброявам, номерирам; Catalan: comptar, sumar, numerar; Czech: číslovat, počítat se; Dutch: nummeren; Esperanto: nombri, numeri; Finnish: numeroida, olla, nousta; French: numéroter; German: nummerieren, zählen; Greek: αριθμώ; Hebrew: מספר‎; Hungarian: kitesz, megszámoz; Icelandic: númera, tölusetja; Interlingua: numerar; Irish: uimhrigh; Italian: ammontare, numerare; Latin: numerare; Latvian: numurēt; Lower Sorbian: cysłowaś, numerěrowaś; Macedonian: избројува, набројува, нумери́ра; Polish: numerować; Portuguese: amontar, numerar; Romanian: numerota; Russian: насчи́тывать, исчисля́ться, нумерова́ть; Spanish: numerar; Swedish: numrera; Syriac: ܡܢܐ‎; Turkish: numaralamak, saymak; Welsh: rhifo