# numerary

[noo-muh-rer-ee, nyoo-]

## Origin of numerary

1720–30; < Medieval Latin numerārius (Late Latin: arithmetician, accountant), equivalent to Latin numer(us) number + -ārius -ary

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## Related Words for numerary

numeral, numerical, arithmetic, binary, exponent, fraction, fractional, integral, mathematical, statistical, algebraic, algorithmic, arithmetical, differential, digital, exponential, logarithm, logarithmic, numerary, integrated## Examples from the Web for numerary

### Historical Examples of numerary

About the same date Kempenfelt produced his own numerary code.

British FlagsW. G. Perrin

A year or two later, probably in consultation with Kempenfelt, he drew up the first of his codes on the numerary system.

British FlagsW. G. Perrin

They granted him a considerable sum, at five livres five sous the mark, for fear the king should change the numerary value.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 9 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

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