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Definition of the adjective ordinal
What does ordinal mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or relating to a taxonomic order
- example: family and ordinal names of animals and plants
- lexical domain: Relational Adjectives (pertainyms)
- being or denoting a numerical order in a series
- examples: ordinal numbers | held an ordinal rank of seventh
- antonym: cardinal
- similar: zero; zeroth; 1st / first; 2d / 2nd / second; 3rd / tertiary / third; 4th / fourth / quaternary; 5th / fifth; 6th / sixth; 7th / seventh; 8th / eighth; 9th / ninth; 10th / tenth; 11th / eleventh; 12th / twelfth; 13th / thirteenth; 14th / fourteenth; 15th / fifteenth; 16th / sixteenth; 17th / seventeenth; 18th / eighteenth; 19th / nineteenth; umpteenth / umptieth / umteenth; 20th / twentieth; 21st / twenty-first; 22nd / twenty-second; 23rd / twenty-third; 24th / twenty-fourth; 25th / twenty-fifth; 26th / twenty-sixth; 27th / twenty-seventh; 28th / twenty-eighth; 29th / twenty-ninth; 30th / thirtieth; 31st / thirty-first; 32nd / thirty-second; 33rd / thirty-third; 34th / thirty-fourth; 35th / thirty-fifth; 36th / thirty-sixth; 37th / thirty-seventh; 38th / thirty-eighth; 39th / thirty-ninth; 40th / fortieth; 41st / forty-first; 42nd / forty-second; 43rd / forty-third; 44th / forty-fourth; 45th / forty-fifth; 46th / forty-sixth; 47th / forty-seventh; 48th / forty-eighth; 49th / forty-ninth; 50th / fiftieth; 55th / fifty-fifth; 60th / sixtieth; 64th / sixty-fourth; 65th / sixty-fifth; 70th / seventieth; 75th / seventy-fifth; 80th / eightieth; 85th / eighty-fifth; 90th / ninetieth; 95th / ninety-fifth; 100th / centesimal / hundredth; 101st / hundred-and-first; 105th / hundred-and-fifth; 110th / hundred-and-tenth; 115th / hundred-and-fifteenth; 120th / hundred-and-twentieth; 125th / hundred-and-twenty-fifth; 130th / hundred-and-thirtieth; 135th / hundred-and-thirty-fifth; 140th / hundred-and-fortieth; 145th / hundred-and-forty-fifth; 150th / hundred-and-fiftieth; 155th / hundred-and-fifty-fifth; 160th / hundred-and-sixtieth; 165th / hundred-and-sixty-fifth; 170th / hundred-and-seventieth; 175th / hundred-and-seventy-fifth; 180th / hundred-and-eightieth; 190th / hundred-and-ninetieth; 200th / two-hundredth; 300th / three-hundredth; 400th / four-hundredth; 500th / five-hundredth; 1000th / thousandth; millionth; billionth; trillionth; quadrillionth; quintillionth; n-th / nth
Alternative definition of the adjective ordinal
Definition of the noun ordinal
What does ordinal mean as a name of something?
noun - plural:
- ordinal: ordinals
- Ordinal: Ordinals
- the number designating place in an ordered sequence
Alternative definition of the noun ordinal
- An ordinal number such as first, second and third.
Phrases with ordinal
- Ordinal Rank
- Ordinal Scale
- ordinal number
- Ordinal Variable
- Ordinal Adjective
- Ordinal Direction
- Ordinal indicator
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for ordinal
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A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
ORDINAL. result followed. But, in the mean time, 1808, Apr. 26, a new Order in Council was issued, limiting the blockade to France, Holland, a part of Germany, and n. Italy; and the order condemning vessels which had certificates of origin on ...
Badiou Dictionary (2015)
by Steven Corcoran
stable, transitive ordinal sets provides an account of the one and only operation on which set theory relies, namely belonging. Belonging can thus be understood as implying a relation of order. This should already clarify why, for Badiou, ...
by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino
nominal, ordinal, interval , and ratio. Nominal measures simply classify members based on particular attributes. These must be mutually exclusive and exhaustive. For example, gender is ...
by Paul J. Lavrakas
Ordinal variables are variables for which the ...
by Catherine Cavagnaro, William T. Haight, II
Compare with limit cardinal, successor ordinal. successor of a cardinal If K is a cardinal, the cardinal successor of K, denoted by K+, is the least cardinal that is greater than K . For example, 3+ = 4 and tfj = KI . Compare with successor of an ...
by I. Grattan-Guinness
According to him, on the one hand, a form of the Burali-Forti paradox involved contradictory theorems by Cantor and Cesare Burali-Forti on the comparability of transfinite ordinal numbers. On the other hand, in the same paragraph (Russell ...
Encyclopedia of Biometrics (2009)
I - Z. by Stan Z. Li
The orthogonal line ordinal filter is defined as the comparison/difference of two orthogonal line-like palmprint image regions. For each local region, three oriented ordinal filters with 0, p=6 and p=3 are performed on it to obtain three bit ordinal ...