Numbers in Latin

In Luxembourg and the Saarland, the neighbor to the east have/had 3 written languages. They were Latin, French and German. Letzenburger is 4th language unique to Luxembourg.

In some genealogical records, numbers - especially dates - are written out. The following list gives the cardinal (1, 2, 3) and the ordinal (1st, 2nd, 3rd) versions of each number.

1 - unus 1st - primus
2 - duo 2nd - secundus
3 - tres, tria 3rd - tertius
4 -quartuor 4th - quartus
5 -quinque 5th - quintus
6 - sex 6th - sextus
7 - septem 7th - septimus
8 - octo 8th - octavus
9 - novem 9th - nonus
10 - decem 10th - decimus
11 -undecim 11th - undecimus
12 -duodecim 12th - duodecimus
13 -tredecim 13th - tertius decimus
14 -quartuorde cim 14th - quartus decimus
15 -quindecim 15th - quintus decimus
16 -sedecim 16th - sextus decimus
17 -septemdec im 17th - septimus decimus
18 -odeviginti 18th - duodevicesimus
19 -undeviginti 19th - undevicesimus
21 - viginti unus 21st - vicesimus primus
22 - viginti duo 22nd - vicesimus secundus
23 - viginti tres 23rd - vicesimus tertius
24 - viginti quartuor 24th - vicesimus quartus
25 - viginti quinque 25th - vicesimus quintus
26 - viginti sex 26th - vicesimus sextus
27 - viginti septem 27th - vicesimus septimus
28 - viginti octo 28th - vicesimus octavus
29 - viginti novem 29th - vicesimus nonus
30 - trigenta 30th - tricesimus
40 - quadraginta 40th - quadragesimus
50 -quinquaginta 50th - quinquagesimus
60 -sexaginta 60th - sexagesimus
70 -septuaginta 70th - septuagesimus
80 -octoginta 80th - octogesimus
90 -nonaginta 90th - nonagesimus
100 -centum 100th - centesimus
200 -ducenti 200th - ducentesimus
300 trecenti 300th - trecentesimus
400 -quadringenti 400th - quadrigentesimus
500 quingenti 500th - quingentesimus
600 -sescenti 600th - sescentesimus
700 septigenti 700th - septingentesimus
800 -octingenti 800th - octingentesimus
900 -nongenti 900th - nongentesimus
1000 - mile 1000th - millesimus

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