This post comprises those roots that represent the “Numbers” from 1 to 10, as well as those that represent 100 and 1,000.
In total, this Vocab-ability post features 12 roots that represent “Numbers." (While these “Number" roots are usually used as prefixes, they are occasionally used as the stems of words also.)
Vocab-ability Numbers–362 (mono, uni = 1, one)
Vocab-ability Numbers–363 (bi, di, doubl = 2, two)
Vocab-ability Numbers–364 (tri = 3, three)
Vocab-ability Numbers–365 (quart, quad, tetra = 4, four)
Vocab-ability Numbers–366 (penta, quint = 5, five)
Vocab-ability Numbers–367 (hexa, sexa = 6, six)
Vocab-ability Numbers–368 (sept, hept = 7, seven)
Vocab-ability Numbers–369 (oct = 8, eight)
Vocab-ability Numbers–370 (nov, non = 9, nine)
Vocab-ability Numbers–371 (dec = 10, ten)
Vocab-ability Numbers–372 (cent = 100, hundred)
Vocab-ability Numbers–373 (mill = 1000, thousand)
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