Numbers are what we use for counting, labeling and measuring.(noun)
A example of numbers are 3 and 7.
Numbers is the fourth book in the Bible that talks about what happened to the Hebrews after Moses led them out of Egypt.(noun)
An example of Numbers is when a generation of Hebrews wanders in the wilderness until a new generation is able to cross the River Jordan.
See Numbers in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: transl. of Gr Arithmoi (see arithmetic): from containing the census of the Hebrews after the Exodus
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See also mathematics.
a skilied user of the abacus.
Psychiatry. an inability to work with figures; a mental block concerning calculation.
a form of divination involving numbers. Also called arithmomancy.
1. an obsession with numbers.
2. a compulsion to count things.
a belief that the number seven is sacred, as in ancient Baby-Ion.
a system of occultism based upon numbers. —numerologist, n. —numerological, adj.
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