Definition of ordinal:
5th, tenth, umptieth, 150th, hundred-and-sixty-fifth, seventieth, n-th, twelfth, 12th, thirty-first, no., 160th, twenty-first, ninth, 75th, 27th, twenty-ninth, 20th, 16th, thirty-fourth, 35th, seventeenth, 145th, centesimal, four-hundredth, thirty-eighth, hundred-and-seventy-fifth, ninety-fifth, millionth, 300th, 155th, eighth, hundred-and-twenty-fifth, fifty-fifth, three-hundredth, fourth, sixth, 400th, thirteenth, 21st, 33rd, twenty-third, thirtieth, 38th, hundred-and-fortieth, 45th, fiftieth, 95th, forty-seventh, 49th, 125th, twenty-sixth, forty-fifth, 15th, zeroth, 60th, 140th, 42nd, tertiary, 28th, 41st, 4th, 1000th, 85th, 65th, 55th, first, forty-ninth, hundred-and-first, 105th, hundred-and-tenth, fifth, 44th, 8th, 25th, 200th, eleventh, two-hundredth, 70th, hundred-and-fifth, twenty-eighth, 30th, 34th, forty-third, forty-fourth, 2d, 26th, 37th, 31st, hundred-and-sixtieth, ordinal number, hundred-and-fifty-fifth, 14th, hundred-and-forty-fifth, 90th, hundred-and-eightieth, fortieth, umpteenth, eighteenth, 170th, quaternary, 500th, eighty-fifth, sixty-fifth, twenty-seventh, hundred-and-ninetieth, 24th, 101st, 180th, 190th, 7th, 1st, hundred-and-thirtieth, twentieth, trillionth, twenty-fifth, 39th, thirty-sixth, 130th, 23rd, 6th, 32nd, hundred-and-fiftieth, hundred-and-thirty-fifth, five-hundredth, hundred-and-seventieth, third, 3rd, 50th, thousandth, billionth, zero, 29th, fourteenth, 135th, 175th, 80th, sixtieth, 115th, seventy-fifth, forty-first, hundred-and-twentieth, twenty-fourth, 48th, thirty-second, 47th, 11th, forty-sixth, 19th, umteenth, twenty-second, 10th, fifteenth, 22nd, seventh, 165th, hundred-and-fifteenth, 100th, 9th, 18th, 40th, thirty-ninth, nth, no., 36th, 110th, forty-second, sixteenth, 120th, 13th, 2nd, eightieth, forty-eighth, thirty-fifth, hundredth, nineteenth, 43rd, thirty-seventh, 17th, second, 46th, thirty-third, ninetieth.
The present chapter shows that they are certainly found in some, and possibly in all of the ordinal numbers.- "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
Here it may be noticed that, although I never found it to do so, the word odd is capable of taking an ordinal form.- "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
The Ordinal might be retained, but it would cease to have any meaning.- "Report Of Commemorative Services With The Sermons And Addresses At The Seabury Centenary, 1883-1885.", Diocese Of Connecticut.