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Properties of:
Octal of: 17Duo of: 25Hex of: 3321In Octal: 25
In Duo: 19
In Hex: 15
SequencePositionRelation
FibonacciYes – 8th10946
TriangularYes – 6th231
Prime(8th19 – 21 – 23 (9th)73
Factorization3 * 7
Count:DivisorsSum:
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Epiphany

Christian Feast Day

Epiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ. In Western Christianity, the feast commemorates principally the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, and thus Jesus’ physical manifestation to the Gentiles. It is sometimes called Three Kings’ Day, and in some traditions celebrated as Little Christmas. Moreover, the feast of the Epiphany, in some denominations, also initiates the liturgical season of Epiphanytide.

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epiphany (n.)

early 14c., “festival of the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles” (celebrated Jan. 6; usually with a capital -E-), from Old French epiphanie, from Late Latin epiphania, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular), from late Greek epiphaneia “manifestation, striking appearance, festival held in commemoration of the appearance of a god at some particular place” (in New Testament, “advent or manifestation of Christ”), from epiphanes “manifest, conspicuous,” from epiphainein “to manifest, display, show off; come suddenly into view,” from epi “on, to” (see epi-) + phainein “to show” (from PIE root *bha- (1) “to shine”). Of divine beings other than Christ, first recorded 1660s; general literary sense of “any manifestation or revelation” appeared 1840, first in De Quincey.

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(0 letter, 1 word)“21” = 3 (English Ordinal)

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(3 letters, 1 word)”abc” = 21 (Reverse Full Reduction)

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December 31, 2020

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January (n.)

late 13c., Ieneuer (early 12c. in Anglo-French), from Old North French Genever, Old French Jenvier (Modern French Janvier), from Latin Ianuarius (mensis) “(the month) of Janus” (q.v.), to whom the month was sacred as the beginning of the year according to later Roman reckoning (cognates: Italian Gennaio, Provençal Genovier, Spanish Enero, Portuguese Janeiro). The form was gradually Latinized by c. 1400. Replaced Old English geola se æfterra “Later Yule.” In Chaucer, a type-name for an old man.

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(0 letter, 1 word)”2001″ = 3 (Reverse Full Reduction)

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11/3

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(0 letter, 3 words)”12/31/2020″ = 11 (English Ordinal)

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Janus

ancient Italic deity, to the Romans the guardian god of portals, doors, and gates; patron of beginnings and endings, c. 1500, from Latin Ianus, literally “gate, arched passageway,” perhaps from PIE root *ei- “to go” (cognates: Sanskrit yanah “path,” Old Church Slavonic jado “to travel”). He is shown as having two faces, one in front the other in back (they may represent sunrise and sunset and reflect an original role as a solar deity). His temple in Rome was closed only in times of peace. Related: Janian.

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(8 letters, 3 words)”december 31, 2020″ = 63 (English Ordinal)

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janitor (n.)

1580s, “an usher in a school,” later “doorkeeper” (1620s), from Latin ianitor “doorkeeper, porter,” from ianua “door, entrance, gate,” from ianus “arched passageway, arcade” (see Janus) + agent suffix -tor. Meaning “caretaker of a building, man employed to see that rooms are kept clean and in order” first recorded 1708. Fem. forms were janitress (1806), janitrix (1818).

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*ei-

Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to go.”

It forms all or part of: Abituraditambienceambientambitambitionambitiousandanteanioncationcircuitcoituscommencecommencementconcomitantconstablecount (n.1) title of nobility;

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It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit e’ti “goes,” imas “we go,” ayanam “a going, way;” Avestan ae’iti “goes,” Old Persian aitiy “goes;” Greek ienai “to go;” Latin ire “to go,” iter “a way;” Old Irish ethaim “I go,” Irish bothar “a road” (from *bou-itro- “cows’ way”), Gaulish eimu “we go;” Lithuanian eiti “to go;” Old Church Slavonic iti “go;” Bulgarian ida “I go;” Russian idti “to go;” Gothic iddja “went.”

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(10 letters, 2 words)”sixty three” = 153 (English Ordinal)

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  • commence
  • commencement
  • concomitant
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(6 letters, 1 word)”eleven” = 63 (English Ordinal)

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egret

Egypt

Egyptian

Egyptology

eh

*ei-

eider

eiderdown

eidetic

eidolon

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(0 letter, 1 word)”63″ = 9 (English Ordinal)

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“divine” = 
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“witch” = 
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(0 letter, 1 word)”65″ = 11 (English Ordinal)

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(5 letters, 1 word)”today” = 65 (English Ordinal)

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(5 letters, 1 word)”janus” = 65 (English Ordinal)

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(9 letters, 2 words)”sixty five” = 139 (English Ordinal)

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(23 letters, 5 words)”one hundred and thirty nine” = 269 (English Ordinal)

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(22 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and sixty nine” = 290 (English Ordinal)

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(19 letters, 4 words)”two hundred and ninety” = 238 (English Ordinal)

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(24 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and thirty eight” = 300 (English Ordinal)

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(12 letters, 2 words)”three hundred” = 130 (English Ordinal)

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(19 letters, 4 words)“one hundred and thirty” = 227 (English Ordinal)

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(24 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and twenty seven” = 323 (English Ordinal)

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(26 letters, 5 words)”three hundred and twenty three” = 312 (English Ordinal)

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(21 letters, 4 words)”three hundred and twelve” = 236 (English Ordinal)

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(22 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and thirty six” = 303 (English Ordinal)

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(20 letters, 4 words)”three hundred and three” = 205 (English Ordinal)

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(17 letters, 4 words)”two hundred and five” = 193 (English Ordinal)

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(24 letters, 5 words)”one hundred and ninety three” = 270 (English Ordinal)

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(20 letters, 4 words)“two hundred and seventy” = 261 (English Ordinal)

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(0 letter, 1 word)“270” = 9 (English Ordinal)

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(4 letters, 1 word)”nine” = 42 (English Ordinal)

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(0 letter, 1 word)”42″ = 6 (English Ordinal)

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(8 letters, 2 words)“forty two” = 142 (English Ordinal)

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(23 letters, 5 words)”eighty eight miles per hour” = 282 (English Ordinal)

(21 letters, 6 words)“it’s time to save the world” = 282 (English Ordinal)

(21 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and sixty one” = 282 (English Ordinal)

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(22 letters, 5 words)“two hundred and eighty two” = 283 (English Ordinal)

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(24 letters, 5 words)“two hundred and eighty three” = 281 (English Ordinal)

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(20 letters, 2 words)“transmission complete” = 259 (English Ordinal)

(22 letters, 5 words)“two hundred and eighty one” = 259 (English Ordinal)

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(22 letters, 5 words)”two hundred and fifty nine” = 259 (English Ordinal)

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(0 letter, 1 word)“259” = 16 (English Ordinal)

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(0 letter, 1 word)“16” = 7 (English Ordinal)

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(2 letters, 1 word)“oa” = 16 (English Ordinal)

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(7 letters, 1 word)“sixteen” = 96 (English Ordinal)

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(9 letters, 2 words)”ninety six” = 139 (English Ordinal)

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(3 letters, 1 word)“bob” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(3 letters, 1 word)”dan” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(4 letters, 1 word)“adam” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(3 letters, 1 word)“dna” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(1 letter, 1 word)“s” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(2 letters, 1 word)“ra” = 19 (English Ordinal)

(3 letters, 1 word)”jah” = 19 (English Ordinal)

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verdant

verdict

verdigris

verdure

verdurous

verge

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verger

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veridical

verifiable

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verification

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(3 letters, 1 word)”wer” = 46 (English Ordinal)

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*wer- (1)

Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to raise, lift, hold suspended.” 

It forms all or part of: aerateaerationaerialaero-aerobicsaerophyteaerosolair (n.1) “invisible gases that surround the earth;” airyaortaanaerobicariaarterialarterio-arteriosclerosisarteriolearteryauramalariameteor

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Greek aerein “to lift, raise up;” Lithuanian svarus “heavy,” sverti “to lift, weigh;” Old English swar, Old Norse svarr, Old High German swar, German schwer “heavy.”

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*wer- (2)

Proto-Indo-European root forming words meaning “to turn, bend.”

It forms all or part of: adverseanniversaryavertawrycontroversyconvergeconverse (adj.) “exact opposite;” convertdivergedivertevertextroversionextrovertgaiterintrorseintrovertinvertinwardmalversationobversepeevishpervertproseraphereverberaterevertrhabdomancyrhapsodyrhombusribaldsinistrorsestalwartsubverttergiversatetransverseuniverseverbenaverge (v.1) “tend, incline;” vermeilvermicellivermicularvermiformverminversatileverse (n.) “poetry;” versionverstversusvertebravertexvertigovervainvortex-wardwarpweirdwormworryworth (adj.) “significant, valuable, of value;” worth (v.) “to come to be;” wranglewrapwrathwreathwrenchwrestwrestlewrigglewringwrinklewristwrithewrongwrothwry.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit vartate “turns round, rolls;” Avestan varet- “to turn;” Hittite hurki- “wheel;” Greek rhatane “stirrer, ladle;” Latin vertere (frequentative versare) “to turn, turn back, be turned; convert, transform, translate; be changed,” versus “turned toward or against;” Old Church Slavonic vrŭteti “to turn, roll,” Russian vreteno “spindle, distaff;” Lithuanian verčiu, versti “to turn;” German werden, Old English weorðan “to become;” Old English -weard “toward,” originally “turned toward,” weorthan “to befall,” wyrd “fate, destiny,” literally “what befalls one;” Welsh gwerthyd “spindle, distaff;” Old Irish frith “against.”

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*wer- (3)

Proto-Indo-European root meaning “perceive, watch out for.”

It forms all or part of: Arcturusavant-gardeawardawarebewareEdwardephorgarderobeguardhardwareirreverencelordpanoramapylorusrearwardregardreverereverencereverendrewardsoftwarestewardvanguardwardwardenwarderwardrobeware (n.) “manufactured goods, goods for sale;” ware (v.) “to take heed of, beware;” warehousewary.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Latin vereri “to observe with awe, revere, respect, fear;” Greek ouros “a guard, watchman,” horan “to see;” Hittite werite- “to see;” Old English weard “a guarding, protection; watchman, sentry, keeper.”

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*wer- (4)

Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to cover.”

It forms all or part of: aperitifapertiveaperturebarbicancovercovertcurfewdiscovergaragegarmentgarnishgarretgarrisonguaranteeguarantykerchieflandwehroperculumovertoverturepertwarnwarrantwarranteewarrantywarrenwatWehrmachtweir.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskrit vatah “enclosure,” vrnoti “covers, wraps, shuts;” Lithuanian užveriu, užverti “to shut, to close;” Old Persian *pari-varaka “protective;” Latin (op)erire “to cover,” (ap)erire “open, uncover” (with ap- “off, away”); Old Church Slavonic vora “sealed, closed,” vreti “shut;” Old Irish feronn “field,” properly “enclosed land;” Old English wer “dam, fence, enclosure,” German Wehr “defense, protection,” Gothic warjan “to defend, protect.”

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wench

Wend

wend

Wendy

went

*wer-

were

*were-o-

werewolf

*werg-

wergeld

(18 letters, 4 words)”the lord jesus christ” = 233 (English Ordinal)

(17 letters, 2 words)“philosopher’s stone” = 233 (English Ordinal)

(21 letters, 3 words)“john fitzgerald kennedy” = 233 (English Ordinal)

(20 letters, 4 words)”follow the white rabbit” = 233 (English Ordinal)

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(13 letters, 3 words)”crown of thorns” = 188 (English Ordinal)

(14 letters, 2 words)”the coronavirus” = 188 (English Ordinal)

(16 letters, 4 words)”such a little thing” = 188 (English Ordinal)

(14 letters, 3 words)”follow the money” = 188 (English Ordinal)

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(9 letters, 2 words)“biden time” = 81 (English Ordinal)

(8 letters, 2 words)“dear kyle”81 (English Ordinal)

(5 letters, 1 word)“horus” = 81 (English Ordinal)

(6 letters, 2 words)”mask up” = 81 (English Ordinal)

(11 letters, 3 words)”made in china” = 81 (English Ordinal)

(6 letters, 1 word)“ritual” = 81 (English Ordinal)

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(4 letters, 1 word)”mask” = 44 (English Ordinal)

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(12 letters, 1 word)“resurrection” = 165 (English Ordinal)

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(7 letters, 1 word)“isidore” = 79 (English Ordinal)

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Isidore

masc. proper name, from French, from Latin Isidorus, from Greek Isidoros, literally “gift of Isis,” from Isis (see Isis) + dōron “gift” (from PIE root *do- “to give”). St. Isidore, archbishop of Seville (600-636) wrote important historical, etymological, and ecclesiastical works and in 2001 was named patron saint of computers, computer users, and the internet. Related: Isidorian.

English OrdinalFull ReductionReverse OrdinalReverse Full Reduction
141
6
42
6
102
3
39
3
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(9 letters, 2 words)”twenty one” = 141 (English Ordinal)

twenty107one34141
2023514202515145
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English OrdinalFull ReductionReverse OrdinalReverse Full Reduction
182
11
83
11
223
7
88
7

(15 letters, 2 words)”life interrupted” = 182 (English Ordinal)

life32interrupted150182
12965914205181821162054
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English OrdinalFull ReductionReverse OrdinalReverse Full Reduction
178
7
52
7
173
11
83
11

(13 letters, 3 words)“miss twin peaks” = 178 (English Ordinal)

miss60twin66peaks52178
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