These ROOT-WORDS are NUMBER & NUMER which means exactly what it looks like- NUMBER. How lucky we are that we live in a world where we express numbers by numbers and not by letters as the Latins did. I’ve copied out an example using Roman numbers and the corresponding Arabic numbers.MCCLXXXXIX :1289 and +MXXXVIII : +1038
NUMERation has certainly been made easy for us with the Arabic NUMERals and the Hebrew base of ten.
1. Numberless : NUMBER less (num’ ber les) adj.
Without number; as, numberless stars
2. Numeral : NUMBER al (nume’ e ral) adj.
Relating to a number; as, numeral adjective
3. Numeral : NUMBER al (nume’ e ral) n.
A figure expressing a number; as, a Roman numeral
4. Numberable : NUMBER able (num’ be ra b’l) adj.
Can be numbered
5. Numeration : NUMBER ation (nue me ray’ shun) n.
Act of counting
6. Numerant : NUMBER ant (nue’ mer ant) n.
Used in counting
7. Numerate : NUMBER ate (nue’ me rate) v.
To count over; to enumerate
8. Numberology : NUMBER ology (nue me rol’ o jee) n.
A study of the mystic significance of numbers
9. Numerous : NUMBER ous (nume’ e rus) adj.
Of great number; plentiful
10. Numerosity : NUMBER osity (nue mer os’ i ty) n.
State of being numerous
11. Numerical : NUMBER ical (nue’ mer ay tive) adj.
Expressed by numbers
12. Numerative : NUMBER ative (nue’ mer ay tive) adj.
Relating to numeration; as, a numerative system
13. Numerist : NUMBER ist (nue’ mer ist) n.
14. Numerator : NUMBER ator (nue’ me rate or) n.
The upper number in a fraction
15. Enumerate : e NUMBER ate (e nue’ me rate) v.
Count, one by one
16. Innumerable : in NUMBER able (in ume’ e ra b’l) adj.
Not able to be counted
17. Renumber : re NUMBER (re num’ ber) v.
Give to each another, a different number
18. Unnumbered : un NUMBER ed (un num’ berd) adj.
Have not been counted; as, unnumbered votes
19. Supernumerary : super NUMBER ary (sue per nue’ me rare e) adj.
Exceeding the needed number; as, a super numerary officer
20. Denumerable : de NUMBER able (de nume’ e ra b’l) adj.