- IPA[ˈroʊmən ˈn(j)um(ə)rəl]
- any of the letters representing numbers in the Roman numerical system: I = 1, V = 5, X = 10, L = 50, C = 100, D = 500, M = 1,000. In this system, a letter placed after another of greater value adds (thus XVI or xvi is 16), whereas a letter placed before another of greater value subtracts (thus XC or xc is 90).
noun: Roman numeral, plural noun: Roman numerals
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1. C-note C-note, from the Roman numeral C for 100, although this usage is far less common today than it was...
Roman numeral 1987:- 1987=MCM, LXXX, VII month7=VII day7=VII