An ordinal number is a number that represents the position or order of something with respect to other numbers, such as first, second, third, and so on. Size, importance, or chronology may determine this order or sequence.

Let us explain ordinal numbers with an example.

Fifteen players took part in a contest. The top three winners received medals and were ranked first, second, and third. In this situation, the words first, second, and third are all ordinal numbers.

Here is a list of the names of 30 ordinal numbers.

Let’s have a look-

- First
- Second
- Third
- Fourth
- Fifth
- Sixth
- Seventh
- Eighth
- Ninth
- Tenth
- Eleventh
- Twelfth
- Thirteenth
- Fourteenth
- Fifteenth
- Sixteenth
- Seventeenth
- Eighteenth
- Nineteenth
- Twentieth
- Twenty-first
- Twenty-second
- Twenty-third
- Twenty-fourth
- Twenty-fifth
- Twenty-sixth
- Twenty-seventh
- Twenty-eighth
- Twenty-ninth
- Thirtieth

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