Hi everyone! My English teacher told us there was an uneven number of members in the house of the representatives, and then explained us that this word means a number that is not even and that follow the sequence 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, etc... I never heard that before, in fact, I used to say "odd" in order to speak about such numbers, so that's why I'm asking you. Is the word uneven frequently used? Is it britanic English, old, or used in order to count persons? Finally, is there any differences between those two words - uneven and odd? I'm a little bit puzzled right now, so, thanks for answering.