[ih-noo-mer-uh-buh l or ih-noo-mer-uh s; ih-nyoo-]
incapable of being counted; countless.
Origin of innumerable
1300–50;Middle English < Latininnumerābilis countless, innumerable, equivalent to in-in-3 + numerābilis that can be counted or numbered (numerā(re) to count + -bilis-ble)
Related formsin·nu·mer·a·ble·ness, in·nu·mer·a·bil·i·ty, nounin·nu·mer·a·bly, adverbqua·si-in·nu·mer·a·ble, adjectivequa·si-in·nu·mer·a·bly, adverbCan be confusedenumerableinnumerableinnumerableinnumerate
mid-14c., from Latin innumerabilis "countless, immeasurable," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + numerabilis "able to be numbered," from numerare "to count, number," from numerus "a number" (see number (n.)).