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Latin Numbers 1-100
Posted on 24. Mar, 2010 by kunthra in Latin Language
Latin Numbers can be expressed in both Arabic and Latin numeral notation. Knowing your Latin
numbers is essential for any Latin speaker, whether youre a beginner or advanced, so Ive
included a table below for your convenience. If you know your numbers from 1-100, I promise
youll impress your friends for many a Superbowl to come with your Roman numeral
knowledge. Happy counting!
Number Latin numerals Pronunciation
0

nihil
1 I nus
2 II duo
3 III trs
4 IV quattuor
5 V qunque
6 VI sex
7 VII septem
8 VIII oct
9 IX novem
10 X decem
11 XI ndecim
12 XII duodcim
13 XIII trdecim
14 XIV quattuordecim
15 XV qundecim
16 XVI sdecim
17 XVII septendecim
18 XVIII duodvgint
19 XIX ndvgint
20 XX vgint
21 XXI vgint nus
22 XXII vgint duo
23 XXIII vgint trs
24 XXIV vgint quattuor
25 XXV vgint qunque
26 XXVI vgint sex
27 XXVII vgint septem
28 XXVIII
duodtrgint
vgint oct
29 XXIX
ndtrgint
vgint novem
30 XXX trgint
31 XXXI trgint nus
32 XXXII trgint duo
33 XXXIII trgint trs
34 XXXIV trgint quattuor
35 XXXV trgint qunque
36 XXXVI trgint sex
37 XXXVII trgint septem
38 XXXVIII
duodquadrgint
trgint oct
39 XXXIX
ndquadrgint
trgint novem
40 XL quadrgint
41 XLI quadrgint nus
42 XLII quadrgint duo
43 XLIII quadrgint trs
44 XLIV quadrgint quattuor
45 XLV quadrgint qunque
46 XLVI quadrgint sex
47 XLVII quadrgint septem
48 XLVIII
duodqunqugint
quadrgint oct
49 XLIX
ndqunqugint
quadrgint novem
50 L qunqugint
51 LI qunqugint nus
52 LII qunqugint duo
53 LIII qunqugint trs
54 LIV qunqugint quattuor
55 LV qunqugint qunque
56 LVI qunqugint sex
57 LVII qunqugint septem
58 LVIII
duodsexgint
qunqugint oct
59 LIX
ndsexgint
qunqugint novem
60 LX sexgint
61 LXI sexgint nus
62 LXII sexgint duo
63 LXIII sexgint trs
64 LXIV sexgint quattuor
65 LXV sexgint qunque
66 LXVI sexgint sex
67 LXVII sexgint septem
68 LXVIII
duodseptugint
sexgint oct
69 LXIX
ndseptugint
sexgint novem
70 LXX septugint
71 LXXI septugint nus
72 LXXII septugint duo
73 LXXIII septugint trs
74 LXXIV septugint quattuor
75 LXXV septugint qunque
76 LXXVI septugint sex
77 LXXVII septugint septem
78 LXXVIII
duodoctgint
septugint oct
79 LXXIX
ndoctgint
septugint novem
80 LXXX octgint
81 LXXXI octgint nus
82 LXXXII octgint duo
83 LXXXIII octgint trs
84 LXXXIV octgint quattuor
85 LXXXV octgint qunque
86 LXXXVI octgint sex
87 LXXXVII octgint septem
88 LXXXVIII
duodnngint
octgint octo
89 LXXXIX ndnngint
octgint novem
90 XC nngint
91 XCI nngint nus
92 XCII nngint duo
93 XCIII nngint trs
94 XCIV nngint quattuor
95 XCV nngint qunque
96 XCVI nngint sex
97 XCVII nngint septem
98 XCVIII
duodcentum
nngint oct
99 XCIX
ndcentum
nngint novem
100 C centum

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14 Responses to Latin Numbers 1-100
1.
wayne glass 21 January 2011 at 12:44 am #
Just wondering about proper pronunciation of Latin numerals. Is c pronounced as ch?
Is g pronounced as in giant or as in golf? Thanks to anyone who can advise me.
2.
Ray Moore 26 January 2011 at 1:10 pm #
@wayne glass
Classical Latin: C is actually pronounced K
Classical Latin: G is pronounced as g in golf
Ecclesiastical Latin: C is pronounced as CH
Ecclesiastical Latin: G is pronounced DZ as in giant
3.
ili 17 August 2011 at 2:16 pm #
i would like to ask how i can write in latin the following date: 29-09-2002
thank you!
4.
Dolly 3 October 2011 at 1:00 am #
This was very helpful. Im a beginner in Latin, but some other websites dont have this.
5.
Joel 26 February 2012 at 10:18 pm #
Somebody should please help me out..Am a beginner in latin language..My challenges
are the alphabets and pronunciationHelp Help please
6.
Richard M Thompson 29 July 2012 at 4:36 pm #
How can it be asserted that the correct pronunciation for Classical Latin can be defined?
The original speakers didnt exactly leave audio records, did they? I remember poor old
Chips (Goodbye Mr Chips) lamenting (as a teacher of boys) a directive on
pronunciation which turned the Latin word vicissim from veechissim into we kissim. I
cant help slipping into a sort of Italian pronunciation which it sounds as if the
Ecclesiastical pronunciation (Ive not heard it) might be closer to.
7.
dsd 12 October 2012 at 7:25 pm #
thanx
8.
Dr. Fidelitas Cospanus 10 November 2012 at 3:09 am #
It is a pleasure to have such a variety of Latin words on my computer to learn or relearn
as a daily diversion!
Please continue the potpourri of vocabula et verba to refresh my Gymnasium studies :
ante septenginta novem annos !
salve et vale. Medicus Cospanus
9.
costas 28 November 2012 at 7:29 am #
I need help please how can i write the date in latin
06/11/2012
10.
wolskerj 28 November 2012 at 6:29 pm #
No,they didnt leave audio records, but we can know how Latin was pronounced in
ancient times several ways:
1. The Romans themselves wrote a lot about their language and how to pronounce it
correctly. Public speaking was a high art and many rhetorical handbooks about how
to speak and how to pronounce words, survive.
2. The Roman empire was bi-lingual. Latin speakers in the west needed to learn Greek,
Greek speakers in the east needed to learn Latin. Many instructional works still exist.
3. Errors and misspellings often reveal how a word was pronounced in everyday life
habio for I have rather than the correct habeo.
4. Transliteration to other languages and alphabets like Greek or Hebrew can reveal
pronunciation. When Greeks spelled Cicero they could have used either Kappa or
Sigma. They used Kappa, which means they pronounced it as Kikero.
11.
Peter 20 December 2012 at 4:03 am #
How do you say 1,586,832
12.
kc 27 January 2013 at 10:35 am #
I would like to know how can I write in latin the following date: 29-09-2001
Many Thanks!
13.
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