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Etymology

From Енглески hundred.

Pronunciation

Noun

hundred

  1. (international standards) NATO, ICAO, ITU & IMO phonetic alphabet code for hundred.

Usage notes

Used only for whole hundreds, and then only for distances (including altitudes). Thus 10,946 m is one zero thousand nine four six meter and 200° is two zero zero degree.

References

  1. Annex 10 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation: Aeronautical Telecommunications; Volume II Communication Procedures including those with PANS status[1], 6th edition, International Civil Aviation Organization, October 2001, retrieved 23 January 2019, page §5.2.1.4.3.1

English language.svg Енглески

Енглески бројеви (edit)
1000
 ←  99 100 101  → [a], [b]
10
    Cardinal: hundred
    Ordinal: hundredth
    Multiplier: hundredfold

Alternative forms

  • Arabic numerals: 100 (see for numerical forms in other scripts)
  • Roman numerals: C
  • ISO prefix: hecto-
  • Exponential notation: 102

Etymology

From Средњи Енглески hundred, from Стари Енглески hundred, from Proto-Germanic *hundaradą, from *hundą (from Пра-Индо-Европски *ḱm̥tóm) + *radą (count). Compare West Frisian hûndert, Холандски honderd, Low German hunnert, hunnerd, Немачки Hundert, Дански hundred.

Pronunciation

  • enPR: hŭnʹdrəd, hŭnʹdrĭd, МФА(кључ): /ˈhʌndɹəd/, /ˈhʌndɹɪd/
  • (mostly nonstandard) МФА(кључ): /ˈhʌndɚd/, /ˈhʌnd͡ʒɚd/
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  • Hyphenation: hun‧dred

Numeral

hundred (plural hundreds)

  1. A numerical value equal to 100 (102), occurring after ninety-nine.
    hundreds of places, hundreds of thousands of faces
    a hundred, one hundred
    nineteen hundred, one thousand nine hundred
    • 2006 November 3, Susan Allport (guest), “Getting the skinny on fat”, Talk of the Nation: Science Friday, National Public Radio:
      That has really soared over the past a hundred years or so.
    • 2008 January 21, John Eggerton (interviewee), “The FCC's New Rules for Media Ownership”, Justice Talking, National Public Radio:
      [I]t applies to only the top twenty markets in removing the ban, whereas in two thousand three the FCC was essentially proposing removing it let's say in the top a hundred and seventy markets.
    • 2009 October 13, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, “In Israel, Kibbutz Life Undergoes Reinvention”, All Things Considered, National Public Radio:
      Hanaton [] was founded in the nineteen eighties, but from the original a hundred and fourteen members, by two thousand and six, only eleven were left.
    • 2009 October 21, John Ydstie, “U.S. To Order Bailout Firms To Cut Exec Pay”, All Things Considered, National Public Radio:
      Overall, the top a hundred and seventy-five executives at the companies []
    • 2011, Kory Stamper, “What ‘Ironic’ Really Means” [2], “Ask the Editor”, Merriam-Webster:
      Ironic has been used vaguely at best for a good a hundred and fifty years.
  2. (24-hour clock) The pronunciation of “00” for the two digits denoting the minutes.
    • 2002, Michael Prescott, Next Victim, Signet, page 185:
      “Okay. You head over to City Hall East. I’ll meet you there. The briefing starts at eleven hundred, sharp.”

Usage notes

Unlike cardinal numerals up to ninety-nine, the word hundred is a noun like dozen and needs a determiner to function as a numeral.

  • a hundred men / one hundred men / the hundred men
  • compare a dozen men / one dozen men / the dozen men
  • compare ten men / the ten men

Hundred can be used also in plurals. It doesn't take -s when preceded by a determiner.

  • two hundred men / some hundred men
  • hundreds of men

In telling military time, "hundred" is typically only used for exact hours, e.g. 09:00 is "oh nine hundred" and 21:00 is "twenty-one hundred", while 03:30 is "oh three thirty". Sometimes, nonstandardly (e.g. in fiction by authors not entirely familiar with military time-telling), 03:30 may be read as "oh three hundred thirty".

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Derived terms

Descendants

  • Хавајски: haneli

Translations

Noun

hundred (plural hundreds)

  1. A hundred-dollar bill, or any other note denominated 100 (e.g. a hundred euros).
  2. (historical) An administrative subdivision of southern English counties formerly reckoned as comprising 100 hides (households or families) and notionally equal to 12,000 acres.
  3. (by extension, historical) Similar divisions in other areas, particularly in other areas of Britain or the British Empire
  4. (cricket) A score of one hundred runs or more scored by a batsman.
    He made a hundred in the historic match.

Hypernyms

Synonyms

Hyponyms

  • (administrative division): See carucate (1100 hundred & for smaller divisions)

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Anagrams


Danish

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Old Norse hundrað (hundred), from Proto-Germanic *hundaradą, from *hundą (< Пра-Индо-Европски *ḱm̥tóm) + *radą (count).

Pronunciation

Numeral

hundred

  1. hundred

Descendants

Noun

hundred n (plural indefinite hundreder or hundred, plural definite hundrederne)

  1. a unit of about one hundred

Middle English

Средњи Енглески бројеви (edit)
1000
100
10
    Cardinal: hundred
    Ordinal: hundred
    Multiplier: hundredfold

Etymology 1

From Стари Енглески hundred, from Proto-West Germanic *hundarad, from Proto-Germanic *hundaradą (hundred); some forms are remodelled on Old Norse hundrað.

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Numeral

hundred

  1. A hundred; 100.
  2. A large number; a zillion.
Usage notes

Much like modern Енглески hundred, hundred needs a determiner preceding it to function as a number.

Derived terms
Descendants
References

Noun

hundred (plural hundredes)

  1. A hundredweight.
  2. A hundred (administrative division)
  3. The assembly or court of such a division.
Derived terms
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Etymology 2

Средњи Енглески бројеви (edit)
1000
100
10
    Cardinal: hundred
    Ordinal: hundred
    Multiplier: hundredfold

A combination of specialised use of the cardinal and Африканс.

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Adjective

hundred

  1. A hundredth.
Descendants
References

Old English

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Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *hundaradą (hundred), from *hundą + *radą (count). Cognate with Old Frisian hundred, Old Saxon hunderod, Стари Холандски *hundert, Old High German hundert, Old Norse hundrað.

Pronunciation

Numeral

hundred n

  1. hundred

Declension

Synonyms

Descendants

  • Средњи Енглески: hundred

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