Numbers [from] “Nombres” = Namers:

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Numbers:  The mundane Grammatical Term“Numbers” — represents (to un-initiated individuals) the Name of those Pictorial Symbols & Concepts which are used to “Count” the quantity of “Things”.  They are The Numerical/Mathematical equivalent of The non-Definite Article (A/An).

However — the very name of The Term indicates the action…  They are are “Nombres” — Or…  “Namers”.

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Numbers Are “Nom”b-ers = (Namers)

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(Those Which “Name” Some Thing)

By Naming It — It IS

(It IS By Naming A Thing, That One Can Co[m]-Uni-[c]ate About That Thing…  To One’s Self, and To Other Ones)

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In this capacity, they are the same as “Let”-ers — and They are Those Which Came Before The “Let”-er…  Numbers are the used exclusively in “Elementary Mathematics” and Letters are used in Algebra & Trigonometry…  The same is metaphorically true with “Language”.

“Nom”-bers — Just As With “Let”-ers Are Those Things Which Name Some Other “Thing”…  The “Nom”-bers Came First…  The “Let”-ers Came-Forth From “Nom”-bers.

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~  Selah  ~