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Germanic numerals and numeral systems. by J. McKenzie

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Published by University of Leeds in Leeds .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Leeds, 1938.

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In linguistics, a numeral (or number word) in the broadest sense is a word or phrase that describes a numerical theories of grammar use the word "numeral" to refer to cardinal numbers that act as a determiner to specify the quantity of a noun, for example the "two" in "two hats". Some theories of grammar do not include determiners as a part of speech and . The distinction between numbers and numerals is subtle but important. A number is an idea that expresses how much or how many. A numeral is a written symbol that expresses a number. Here are ten ways to represent numbers that differ from the Hindu-Arabic (decimal) system. Tally marks Numbers are abstractions that stand for real [ ]. Note: In the Germanic numeric vocabulary, there are three separate numbering systems: The dominant one is, as in all Indogermanic languages, the decimal system, based on In addition, the Babylonian-Assyrian duodecimal system, based on 12, 60 and , appears in the pattern changes following the terms for "12" and "60," and in the absence of a simple word for the . Share German (Languages), numerals. German is a West Germanic language. It is a member of the western group of the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family and one of the world's major languages, spoken by more than million people in 38 countries of the world.

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