Sixty-one in Latin
Translation of 61 in Latin
The Latin translation of the word sixty-one is as follows:
The word for sixty-one or 61 represents a cardinal number that conveys "how many". Sexaginta unus is the correct form of the word which means sixty-one, 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". Sixty-first in Latin is sexagesimus primus.
Translation of 61
61 in Latin - Roman Numerals
Roman numerals are script letters that are used to represent numbers. The Roman numeral of 61 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.
Sexaginta unus or 61 in Latin
The number 61 translates to the word Sexaginta unus. Sixty-first is sexagesimus primus. 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.