Ordinal Numbers
Definition of ordinal numbers are numbers that indicate the exact position of something or someone at a place. Ordinal numbers is the adjective terms which are used to denote the order of something/someone are 1st  First, 2ndSecond, 3rdThird, 4thFourth, 5thFifth, 6thSixth, and so on. All these terms represent the ordinal numbers. Whereas the counting numbers are called cardinal numbers, such as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.
What are Ordinal Numbers?
It is a type of number that is used to represent the position or rank of an object or a person. The sequence of ordinal numbers will vary depending on the parameters, based on which the positions are defined, such as size, weight, marks, etc. The ordinal numbers are also simply called ordinals.
Reallife examples of Ordinal Numbers
 Shyam came first in class.
 Vishal was the third boy standing in a row.
 Ayush stays on the fourth floor of the apartment.
 The chair is kept at the seventeenth position in the display of the loop.
Ordinal Numbers from 1 to 100
The complete list of ordinal numbers from 1 to 100 are provided below in two parts.
Ordinal Numbers from 1 to 50:
The list of ordinal numbers from 1 to 50 is given below:
Ordinal Numbers 1 to 50 
1st: First 
11th: Eleventh 
21st: Twenty First 
31st: Thirty First 
41st: Forty First 
2nd: Second 
12th: Twelfth 
22nd: Twenty Second 
32nd: Thirty Second 
42nd: Forty Second 
3rd: Third 
13th: Thirteenth 
23rd: Twenty Third 
33rd: Thirty Third 
43rd: Forty Third 
4th: Fourth 
14th: Fourteenth 
24th: Twenty Fourth 
34th: Thirty Fourth 
44th: Forty Fourth 
5th: Fifth 
15th: Fifteenth 
25th: Twenty Fifth 
35th: Thirty Fifth 
45th: Forty Fifth 
6th: Sixth 
16th: Sixteenth 
26th: Twenty Sixth 
36th: Thirty Sixth 
46th: Forty Sixth 
7th: Seventh 
17th: Seventeenth 
27th: Twenty Seventh 
37th: Thirty Seventh 
47th: Forty Seventh 
8th: Eighth 
18th: Eighteenth 
28th: Twenty Eighth 
38th: Thirty Eighth 
48th: Forty Eighth 
9th: Ninth 
19th: Nineteenth 
29th: Twenty Ninth 
39th: Thirty Ninth 
49th: Forty Ninth 
10th: Tenth 
20th: Twentieth 
30th: Thirtieth 
40th: Fortieth 
50th: Fiftieth 
Ordinal Numbers from 51 to 100:
The list of ordinal numbers from 51 to 100 is given below:
Ordinal Numbers 51 to 100 
51st: Fifty First 
61th: Sixty First 
71st: Seventy First 
81st: Eighty First 
91st: Ninety First 
52nd: Fifty Second 
62nd: Sixty Second 
72nd: Seventy Second 
82nd: Eighty Second 
92nd: Ninety Second 
53rd: Fifty Third 
63rd: Sixty Third 
73rd: Seventy Third 
83rd: Eighty Third 
93rd: Ninety Third 
54th: Fifty Fourth 
64th: Sixty Fourth 
74th: Seventy Fourth 
84th: Eighty Fourth 
94th: Ninety Fourth 
55th: Fifty Fifth 
65th: Sixty Fifth 
75th: Seventy Fifth 
85th: Eighty Fifth 
95th: Ninety Fifth 
56th: Fifty Sixth 
66th: Sixty Sixth 
76th: Seventy Sixth 
86th: Eighty Sixth 
96th: Ninety Sixth 
57th: Fifty Seventh 
67th: Sixty Seventh 
77th: Seventy Seventh 
87th: Eighty Seventh 
97th: Ninety Seventh 
58th: Fifty Eighth 
68th: Sixty Eighth 
78th: Seventy Eighth 
88th: Eighty Eighth 
98th: Ninety Eighth 
59th: Fifty Ninth 
69th: Sixty Ninth 
79th: Seventy Ninth 
89th: Eighty Ninth 
99th: Ninety Ninth 
60th: Sixtieth 
70th: Seventieth 
80th: Eightieth 
90th: Ninetieth 
100th: Hundredth 
Difference Between Cardinal, Nominal and Ordinal Numbers
There are other two types of numbers other than Ordinal Numbers, which are used to represent objects or people:
 Cardinal Numbers.
 Nominal Numbers.
1. Cardinal Numbers: These are the counting numbers which are used to represent the number of objects or people are called Cardinal Numbers. They are One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, and so on.
Examples:
 There are ten men standing in a row.
 The box contains ten oranges.
2. Nominal Numbers
These numbers are applied to name the objects in a group and are called nominal numbers. Using these numbers, it is easy to identify objects or a thing in a collection of things.
Examples:
 Vehicles Numbers like MH 15 9631, etc.
 Pin Codes of different cities.
 Player number in a match.
3. Ordinal Numbers
These numbers express the positions of an object or a person. The examples are:
 The black car is standing in the fourth position
 The city came third in drastic air pollution
 Mona won the medal of the first position in the Olympiad
