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You know why the Numtums have actual names but not the Numberjacks or Numberblocks? Well, I’ve decided to make some names for the Numberblocks.

If there is a slash, it means that the former name is my version, and the latter name is the “official” version.

Whole Numbers

  • Zero: Zerro/Nada (sounds like “zero”/means “nothing”)
  • One: Wunsie (has “one” in it)
  • Two: Dublo (sounds like “double”)
  • Three: Tryplo (sounds like “triple”)
  • Four: Esquardo (has “square” in it)
  • Five: Cinko (sounds like “cinco” — “five” in Spanish)
  • Six: Rolly (she likes rolling the dice)
  • Seven: Lucky (‘nuff said)
  • Eight: Octo (‘nuff said)
  • Nine: Nweve (sounds like “nueve” — “nine” in Spanish)
  • Ten: Exxie (has “X” in it)
  • Eleven: Nevele/Sokk’r (“eleven” backwards/likes soccer (football if you’re not American))
  • Twelve: Dozzen/Yoegda (‘nuff said/likes yoga and is a bit like a Jedi)
  • Thirteen: Majikal/Murphy (he’s a magician/he's unlucky)
  • Fourteen: Dublucky/Tony (2*7/...Hawk)
  • Fifteen: Exvie/Jessie (“XV”/...and James)
  • Sixteen: Sweetie/Quad-Quad (sweet 16/4*4)
  • Seventeen: Haiku/Huey (17 syllables/based on the paint can from PM:CS)
  • Eighteen: Dublonweve/Ray (2*9/likes riding the rays)
  • Nineteen: Wunofftwentee/Shift (20-1/likes making crazy shapes)
  • Twenty: Eksekz/Tango (“XX”/likes to do the Two Tens Tango)
  • Twenty-One: Spooky/Dora (spooky scary 21/likes to explore-a)
  • Twenty-Two: Dublevele/Dublosokk'r (2*11)
  • Twenty-Three: Parrtee (June 23 is my birthday)
  • Twenty-Four: Humidor (rhymes with “24”, right?)
  • Twenty-Five: Fifsquared (5^2)
  • Twenty-Six: Alphazulu (26 letters)
  • Twenty-Seven: Trykoob (3^3)
  • Twenty-Eight: Quadralucky (4*7)
  • Twenty-Nine: Leap (February 29)
  • Thirty: Ekseksekz/Cirque (“XXX”/owns a circus)
  • Thirty-One: Harry (he’s also a magician)
  • Thirty-Two: Quadrocto (4*8)
  • Thirty-Three: Bigeers (threes kinda look like ears, right?)
  • Thirty-Four: Ruler (!?)
  • Thirty-Five: Pentalucky (5*7)
  • Thirty-Six: High Roller (6^2)
  • Thirty-Seven: Leet (1337)
  • Thirty-Eight: Two'offortee (40-2)
  • Thirty-Nine: Tri’unlukki (3*13)
  • Forty: Excel/'Blongo (“XL”/likes oblongs)
  • Forty-One: Excelye ("XLI")
  • Forty-Two: Wiseman (42 is the answer to life, the universe, and everything)
  • Forty-Three: Nugget (43 is the largest number you can't make with sums of 6, 9, and 20)
  • Forty-Four: Quadrevele (4*11)
  • Forty-Five: Tringalnine (9th triang)
  • Forty-Six: Excelyevee'aye ("XLVI")
  • Forty-Seven: Harper (47 strings)
  • Forty-Eight: Octorolly (6*8)
  • Forty-Nine: Clover (7^2)
  • Fifty: Elle (“L”)
  • Fifty-One: Aria (Area 51)
  • Fifty-Two: Ace (52 cards in a deck, minus the jokers)
  • Fifty-Three: Ellye-aye-aye ("LIII")
  • Fifty-Four: Joker (54 cards in a deck, including the jokers)
  • Fifty-Five: Tringalten (10th triang)
  • Fifty-Six: Octolucky (8*7)
  • Fifty-Seven: Three'offsikstee (60-3)
  • Fifty-Eight: Too'offsikstee (60-2)
  • Fifty-Nine: Wunoffsikstee (60-1)
  • Sixty: Ellekz (“LX”)
  • Sixty-One: Ellekzye ("LXI")
  • Sixty-Two: Ellekzye-aye ("LXII")
  • Sixty-Three: Nonalucky (9*7)
  • Sixty-Four: Octosquare (8^2)
  • Sixty-Five: Pentunlukki (5*13)
  • Sixty-Six: Hexevele (6*11)
  • Sixty-Seven: Ellekzvee-aye-aye ("LXVII")
  • Sixty-Eight: Quadraiku (4*17)
  • Sixty-Nine: Lover (LOL 69)
  • Seventy: Elleksekz/Fortunate (“LXX”/synonym of “Lucky”)
  • Seventy-One: Connell ('71's Jack O'Connell)
  • Seventy-Two: Nonocto (9*8)
  • Seventy-Three: Ell-two-X-three-I ("LXXIII")
  • Seventy-Four: Ellekseksayevee ("LXXIV")
  • Seventy-Five: Bingo (75 balls)
  • Seventy-Six: Forroffatey (80-4)
  • Seventy-Seven: Septovele (7*11)
  • Seventy-Eight: Two'offatey (80-2)
  • Seventy-Nine: Wunoffatey (80-1)
  • Eighty: Ellekseksekz/Ochodeka (“LXXX”/8x10)
  • Eighty-One: Sudoku (81 squares)
  • Eighty-Five: Ochocinco (‘nuff said)
  • Eighty-Eight: Octovele (8*11)
  • Ninety: Ex-cie/Neuf Copperdix (“XC”; not to be confused with Ten’s/he’s a magician)
  • Ninety-Nine: Wunoffundred (100-1)
  • One Hundred: Cee/Centum (“C”/means “100”)
  • Two Hundred Fifty-Six: Ultifour (4^4)
  • Four Hundred Twenty: Emmeljee (“MLG”)
  • Six Hundred Sixty-Six: Lucifer (duh)
  • Nine Hundred Eleven: Stopsign (duh)
  • Nine Hundred Twenty-Eight: Obsession (that guy)
  • One Thousand: Theo (as in “thousand”)
  • One Million: Mega (as in “million”)

Negative Numbers

It’s just their name backwards. For example, Negative One would be “eisnuW”.

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