Talking Numbers : Numbers have always fascinated mankind. The ancients attached mystical significance to numbers and believed they held all the mysterious to the origins and systematic functioning of the universe.
Indeed, numbers can talk if only we know how to decipher their secret meanings. The word number itself has many meanings, besides the regular mathematical definition, one of these being: a song, dance or other musical item, according to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary.
In this chapter, we will let numbers do the talking in unlocking the meaning of hitherto esoteric or meaningless words. The words on these pages are either directly derived from numbers or have numbers embedded in their etymology (roots) or meanings.
You are welcome to share your talking numbers with the rest of the world by submitting them to us. We will add those words in these lists.
Monogamy : noun
The practice of being married to or having a sexual relationship with only one person at a time
Monogram : noun
A motif of two or more interwoven letters, typically a person's initials
Monogram : verb
To decorate with a monogram
Monologue : noun
1. A long speech by one actor in a play or film
2. A long, tedious speech by one person during a conversation
Monopoly : noun
1. The exclusive possession or control of the supply of or trade in a commodity or service
2. Exclusive possession or control of something.
Monotheism : noun
The doctrine or belief that there is only one Cod
Myriad : noun
An indefinitely great number
Myriad : adjective
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