Roman Numerals – Full Table



Roman numerals are certain signs by which written decimal places and a half. Use for this seven capital letters of the Latin alphabet. The number 1 represents the Roman numeral I, 5 – V, 10 – X, 50 – L, 100 – C, 500 – D, 1000 – M. In the notation of natural numbers, these figures are repeated. 2 So you can write using twice I, ie 2 – II, 3 – three letters I, ie 3 – III. If a smaller figure standing in front of more then uses the principle of subtraction (smaller number is subtracted from the larger). For example, the number 4 is depicted as IV (ie, 5-4).

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Roman numerals:

Key letters – numbers

To indicate the numbers, the following characters:

I (1), V (5), X (10), L (50), C (100), D (500), M (1000).

All other numbers will be delighted by the combination of Latin letters.

I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
XX XXX XL L LX LXX LXXX XC С
20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 99 100
CG CCC CD D DC DCC DCCC CM XM IM
200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 990 999
М
1000

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Roman numerals
Arabic numerals
I
1
unus
II
2
duo
III
3
tres
IV
4
quattuor
V
5
quinque
VI
6
six
VII
7
septem
VIII
8
octo
IX
9
novem
X
10
decem
XI
11
undecim
XII
12
duodecim
XIII
13
tredecim
XIV
14
quattuordecim
XV
15
quindecim
XVI
16
sedecim
XVII
17
septendecim
XVIII
18
duodeviginti
XIX
19
undeviginti
XX
20
viginti
XXI
21
unus et viginti
XXX
30
triginta
XL
40
quadraginta
L
50
quinquaginta
LX
60
sexaginta
LXX
70
septuaginta
LXXX
80
octoginta
XC
90
nonaginta
C
100
centum
CC
200
ducenti
CCC
300
trecenti
CD
400
quadringenti
D
500
quingenti
DC
600
sescenti
DCC
700
septingenti
DCCC
800
octingenti
CM
900
nongenti
M
1000
mille
MM
2000
duo milia
MMM
3000
MMMIM
(the largest number)
3999

Example of Roman numerals:

ХХI => 20 + 1 = 21

MCMLXXXIII => 1000 + (-100 + 1000) + 50 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 1 + 1 +1 = 1983

MCMLXXVIII = 1978

Figures and numbers – what is the difference

What numbers
The figures – symbols (characters) to refer to the numbers (number of something).

Only 10 digits (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). The figures and composed of combinations thereof.

As the numbers are written and read in Greek

1 – ένα – Cohen – one;

2 – δύο (SIV or radio, lisping sound, the tongue between the teeth) – two;

3 – τρία – trio – three;

4 – τέσσερα – tesera – four;

5 – πέντε – pende – five;

6 – έξι – exciton – six;

7 – επτά – EPTA – seven;

8 – οκτώ – Octo – eight;

9 – εννέα – enia;

0 – μηδέν – miven or miden.

As the image of a Greek figures

10 – δέκα – veka or con (whistling, tongue between the teeth, make “e” – “c” or “z”) – ten;

11 – έντεκα – endeka – eleven (connected one – Cohen and ten – DEKA);

12 – δώδεκα – doveka or Dodeka – twelve;

13 – δεκατρία – vekatria or dekatria – thirteen;

14 – δεκατέσσερα – vekatesera – fourteen;

15 – δεκαπέντε – vekapenbe – fifteen;

16 – δεκαέξι – vekaeksi – sixteen;

17 – δεκαεπτά – vekaepta – seventeen;

18 – δεκαοχτώ – vekaohto – eighteen;

19 – δεκαεννέα – vekaenea – nineteen.

How to pronounce the Greek numbers from 20 to 100

20 – είκοσι – ICOS – twenty;

40 – σαράντα – Saranda – forty;

50 – πενήντα – peninda – fifty;

60 – εξήντα – Eksin – sixty;

70 – εβδομήντα – evzominda or evdominda – seventy;

80 – ογδόντα – oyvonda or oyzonda – eighty;

90 – ενενήντα – eneninda – ninety;

30 – τριάντα – Trianda – thirty;

31 – τριάντα ένας – trianva ENAS – thirty-one;

32 – τριάντα δύο – trianva SIV – thirty-two;

33 – τριάντα τρεις – trianva treis – thirty-three;

34 – τριάντα τέσσερα – trianva tesera – thirty-four;

35 – τριάντα πέντε – trianva pende – thirty-five;

36 – τριάντα έξι – trianva exciton – thirty-six;

37 – τριάντα επτά – trianva EPTA – thirty-seven;

38 – τριάντα οκτώ – trianva Octo – thirty-eight;

39 – τριάντα εννέα – trianva enea – thirty-nine;

61 – εξήντα ένας – eksida ENAS – sixty-one;

62 – εξήντα δύο – eksimva SIV – sixty-two;

63 – εξήντα τρεις – eksimva treis – sixty-three.

Greek pronunciation of numbers from 100 and more

100 – εκατό – Ekato – one hundred;

101 – εκατόν ένα – ekaton Ena – one hundred and one (and so on, adding relevant chisitelnyh);

200 – διακόσια – Vikos (dikosia) – two hundred;

300 – τριακόσια – triakosia – three hundred;

400 – τετρακόσια – tetrakosia – four;

500 – πεντακόσια – pendakosia – five hundred;

600 – εξακόσιες – eksakosies – six hundred;

700 – επτακόσια – eptakosia – seven hundred;

800 – οκτακόσιες – oktakosies – eight;

900 – εννιακόσιες – enyakosies – nine.

1000 – χίλια – chilia or Hilja – a thousand;

1010 – χίλιοι δέκα – Healy veka (DEKA) – ten thousand;

1110 – χίλια εκατόν δέκα – chilia ekaton veka (or deck) – one thousand one hundred and ten;

2000 – δύο χιλιάδες – SIV hilyaves – two thousand;

3000 – τρεις χιλιάδες – TRES hilyaves – three thousand;

4000 – τέσσερις χιλιάδες – teseris hilyaves – four thousand;

10,000 – δέκα χιλιάδες – veka hilyaves – ten thousand;

100,000 – εκατό χιλιάδες – Ekato hilyaves – a hundred thousand;

1000000 – εκατομμύριο – ekatomirio – million;

1000000000 – δισεκατομμύριο – visekatomirio – billion.

Ordinal numbers in Greek

The first (1st) – πρώτα – against;

Second (2nd) – δεύτερος – vEfteros or δεύτερη – vEfteri;

Third (3rd) – τρίτος – trItos, το τρίτο – that tritium;

Fourth (4th) – τέταρτος – tetartOs or τέταρτο – tEtarto;

Fifth (5th) – πέμπτος – pEntos;

Sixth (6th) – έκτος – Ektos;

Seventh (7th) – έβδομος – Evdomos;

Eighth (8th) – όγδοο – Ogvo (Ogtho) or όγδοος – Ogvos ;;

The ninth (9th) – ένατος – Enatos;

Tenth (10th) – δέκατος – vEkatos;

Eleventh (11th) – ενδέκατος – envEkatos;

Twelfth (12th) – δωδέκατος – vovEkatos;

Thirteenth (13th) – δέκατος τρίτος – vEkatos (or dEkatos) trItos;

Fourteenth (14th) – δέκατος τέταρτος – vEkatos tEtartos;

Fifteenth (15th) – δέκατη πέμπτη – vEkaty Pintat;

Sixteenth (16th) – δέκατος έκτος – vEkatos Ektos;

Seventeenth (17th) – δέκατης έβδομης – vEkatys Efvomys;

Eighteenth (18th) – δέκατο έγδοο – vEkato efvO;

Nineteenth (19th) – δέκατη ένατη – vEkaty Enaty;

Twentieth (20th) – εικοστή – ikostY.

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