Hi! I got inspired by the name of letters thread and wanted to ask if your languages have names for numbers and how you use them. EDIT: The only thread about this subject concerns Slavic languages. What about the non-Slavic ones? In Finnish, numbers from 1 to 10 do have half-informal names: For example, the number 5 is "viisi" (five words = viisi sanaa) and the ordinal number 5th is "viides" (the fifth word = viides sana). The name of the number 5 can be "viitonen" or "vitonen" depending on the speaker. When an English-speaker says "number five", a Finn often uses one of these. Some even use the Swedish word "femma". I would use "vitonen" to refer to a banknote, a bus, a grade, a floor, a movie sequel and probably many other things.