Fifty in Latin
Translation of 50 in Latin
The Latin translation of the word fifty is as follows:
The word for fifty or 50 represents a cardinal number that conveys "how many". Quinquaginta is the neuter form of the word which means fifty, there are no gender distinctions after three. Cardinal numbers are also known as "counting numbers," because they show quantity. Examples of English ordinal numbers are "first", "second" or "third". Fiftieth in Latin is Quinquagesimus.
Translation of 50
50 in Latin - Roman Numerals
Roman numerals are script letters that are used to represent numbers. The Roman numeral of 50 is the name for a number when it is written in the way the Romans used to write numbers. The Roman numeral for this number is as follows:
If a lower value symbol is after a higher value number, it is added so VI = 6. If a lower value symbol is before a higher value number, it is subtracted so IV = 4. A number with a line over it means to multiply it by 1000.
Quinquaginta or 50 in Latin
The number 50 translates to the word Quinquaginta. Fiftieth is Quinquagesimus. The English-Latin translation of this number is:
Latin numerals are composed of just seven letters: I, V, X, L, C, D and M. The ancient Romans did not use a zero and there is no singular form for most of the numbers.