numerate

[v. noo-muh-reyt, nyoo-; adj. noo-mer-it, nyoo-]
verb (used with object), numerated, numerating.
1.
to represent numbers by symbols.
2.
enumerate ( def 2 ).
adjective
3.
able to use or understand numerical techniques of mathematics.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English: counted, numbered < Latin numerātus (past participle of numerāre to number), equivalent to numer- number + -ātus -ate1

numeracy, noun
renumerate, verb (used with object), renumerated, renumerating.
unnumerated, adjective

remunerate, renumerate.
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numeracy (ˈnjuːmərəsɪ)
 
n
the ability to use numbers, esp in arithmetical operations

numerate
 
adj
1.  Compare literate able to use numbers, esp in arithmetical operations
 
vb
2.  to read (a numerical expression)
3.  a less common word for enumerate
 
[C18 (vb): from Latin numerus number + -ate1, by analogy with literate]

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