Eight′fold, eight times any quantity; Eighth, the ordinal number corresponding to eight.
He was not given the title of king, and no ordinal number followed his name.
The Latin language often employed the ordinal number instead of the cardinal number.
Eight′ieth, the ordinal number corresponding to eighty; Eight′y, eight times ten, fourscore.
Let P be the ordinal number of one of these rings, for example the first counting from the centre.
The first column of each page contains the ordinal number of the disturbance for purposes of reference.
ordinal number (ôr'dn-əl) A number, such as 3rd, 11th, or 412th, used in counting to indicate position in a series but not quantity. Compare cardinal number. |