## What is another word for numeration?

Pronunciation: [njˌuːməɹˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Numeralization, counting, numbering, enumeration, reckoning, tallying, notation, tabulation, cataloging, indexing, listing, inventory, quantification, ciphering, calculating, measuring, assessing, evaluating, gauging, and appraising are some of the synonyms for the word "numeration". Each of these synonyms refers to the process of counting or measuring quantities, but they may have slightly different connotations depending on the context in which they are used. Regardless of the synonym selected, the common goal remains to assign a numerical value to something, whether it is an object, a quantity, or a data set.

# Synonyms for Numeration:

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communication count counting numeration

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## What are the paraphrases for Numeration?

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## What are the hypernyms for Numeration?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

## What are the hyponyms for Numeration?

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# What are the opposite words for numeration?

Antonyms of the term "numeration," which refers to the act or process of counting or numbering, include immeasurability, unquantifiability, and innumerability. Other antonyms for this word could include vagueness, ambiguity, and obscurity. While numeration is highly valued in fields such as mathematics, finance, and science, these opposite terms suggest a lack of clarity or preciseness in measurement or calculation. For instance, immeasurability could refer to the limitations of human perception or the inability to accurately quantify certain abstract concepts. In contrast, innumerability and unquantifiability imply a lack of concrete data or provisions for measurement.

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## Usage examples for Numeration

After a lapse of possibly five minutes, I suddenly discovered that I could count but five holes; and while recounting to make sure, moving my eyes as slowly as possible, my numeration was cut short at four.
"My Studio Neighbors"
William Hamilton Gibson
That the stock of the common people, in numbers, is not lessened, any more than the causes are impaired, is manifest, without being at the pains of an actual numeration.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12)"
Edmund Burke
This numeration must be absolute, like all else that is true in itself; but it is purely relative, it does not exist absolutely, and no proof can be given of its reality.
"Seraphita"
Honore de Balzac

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