- Arabic numerals are the ten numerical digits:
**0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9**. They are the most commonly used symbols to write decimal numbers. They are also used for writing numbers in other systems such as octal, and for writing identifiers such as computer symbols, trademarks, or license plates.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_numerals- Arabic numerals are the ten numerical digits:

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**Aramaic**as */t/, */d/, whereas they became sibilants in Hebrew (the**number**three is שלוש šālôš in Hebrew but תלת tlāṯ in**Aramaic**, the word gold is זהב zahav in Hebrew but דהב dehav in**Aramaic**). Dental/sibilant shifts are still happening in the modern dialects.Jan 07, 1998 · The

**Aramaic**/ Neo-Aramaic Numbers**NUMBERS Last modified 1/7/98**These words have been researched to get rid of the confusion between Gammal-Jammal & Kap-Chap SEEPAARR - - - - 0 KHAA / KHDAA - - - - 1 TRR'E - - - - 2 'TD'LAA - - - -**3**AARRPAA - - - -**4**KHAAMSHAA - - - -**5**ISHTAA - - - - 6 SHAAWAA - - - -**7**TMENYA - - - -**8**OOCHAA - - - -**9**Arabic numerals are

**the ten numerical digits: 0 , 1**,**2**,**3**,**4**,**5**,**6**,**7**,**8**and**9.**They are the most commonly used symbols to write decimal numbers. They are also used for writing numbers in other systems such as octal, and for writing identifiers such as computer symbols, trademarks, or license plates.Sep 01, 2013 · The Counting 1 to 10 lesson has been updated and expanded and is now available here: “Unit 2, Lesson 2: Basic

**Numbers**(1 to 1000)” This old lesson page has been depreciated.