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Treebank Statistics: UD_Latin-Perseus: POS Tags: NUM

There are 43 NUM lemmas (1%), 75 NUM types (1%) and 186 NUM tokens (1%). Out of 12 observed tags, the rank of NUM is: 5 in number of lemmas, 6 in number of types and 10 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent NUM lemmas: unus, mille, septem, quattuor, primus, tres, singuli, viginti, centum, decem

The 10 most frequent NUM types: quattuor, septem, viginti, centum, decem, mille, millia, prima, una, uno

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: unus (ADJ 21, NUM 21, ADV 1), primus (ADJ 13, NUM 12, ADV 9), duo (ADJ 25, NUM 4), bini (NUM 2, ADJ 1), bis (ADV 7, NUM 2), quartus (ADJ 2, NUM 2), secundus (ADJ 9, NUM 2, ADP 1), tertius (ADJ 3, NUM 2), aliquot (PRON 2, ADJ 1, NUM 1), octingenti (ADJ 1, NUM 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: prima (NUM 6, ADJ 3), una (NUM 6, ADJ 4), uno (NUM 5, ADJ 1), unum (ADJ 6, NUM 4), primus (ADJ 3, NUM 3), singulas (NUM 3, ADJ 1), tribus (NUM 3, NOUN 1), bis (ADV 7, NUM 1), primo (ADV 7, ADJ 2, NUM 2), singula (NUM 2, ADJ 1)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of NUM is 1.744186 (the average of all parts of speech is 2.099410).

The 1st highest number of forms (6) was observed with the lemma “mille”: M, milia, milibus, mille, millia, millibus.

The 2nd highest number of forms (6) was observed with the lemma “unus”: una, uni, unius, uno, unum, unus.

The 3rd highest number of forms (5) was observed with the lemma “singuli”: singula, singulas, singuli, singulis, singulos.

NUM occurs with 3 features: Case (81; 44% instances), Gender (81; 44% instances), Number (74; 40% instances)

NUM occurs with 10 feature-value pairs: Case=Abl, Case=Acc, Case=Dat, Case=Gen, Case=Nom, Gender=Fem, Gender=Masc, Gender=Neut, Number=Plur, Number=Sing

NUM occurs with 30 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is _ (105 tokens). Examples: quattuor, septem, viginti, centum, decem, mille, quinque, sex, tres, triginta

Relations

NUM nodes are attached to their parents using 9 different relations: nummod (133; 72% instances), obj (18; 10% instances), nsubj (15; 8% instances), advmod (7; 4% instances), conj (6; 3% instances), xcomp (4; 2% instances), advcl (1; 1% instances), obl (1; 1% instances), root (1; 1% instances)

Parents of NUM nodes belong to 7 different parts of speech: NOUN (113; 61% instances), VERB (40; 22% instances), NUM (15; 8% instances), ADJ (12; 6% instances), PRON (3; 2% instances), ADV (2; 1% instances), (1; 1% instances)

152 (82%) NUM nodes are leaves.

17 (9%) NUM nodes have one child.

14 (8%) NUM nodes have two children.

3 (2%) NUM nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a NUM node is 5.

Children of NUM nodes are attached using 12 different relations: nmod (12; 21% instances), nummod (12; 21% instances), advmod (8; 14% instances), amod (7; 13% instances), cc (3; 5% instances), conj (3; 5% instances), cop (3; 5% instances), case (2; 4% instances), nsubj (2; 4% instances), punct (2; 4% instances), mark (1; 2% instances), obl (1; 2% instances)

Children of NUM nodes belong to 10 different parts of speech: NUM (15; 27% instances), NOUN (12; 21% instances), ADV (7; 13% instances), VERB (7; 13% instances), ADJ (5; 9% instances), CCONJ (4; 7% instances), ADP (2; 4% instances), PUNCT (2; 4% instances), PRON (1; 2% instances), SCONJ (1; 2% instances)