`NumForm`

: numeral form

Values: |
Combi | Digit | Roman | Word |

Feature of cardinal and ordinal numbers. Is the number expressed by digits or as a word? This feature appears in a number of tagsets. Note that it is currently a bit Euro-centric because it distinguishes (Euro)Arabic digits and Roman numerals, but what about digits in various other scripts? In texts in many Indian scripts and in the Arabic script both native digits and Euro-Arabic digits can appear (e.g. 2014 vs. २०१४ in Devanagari).

`Word`

: number expressed as word

Examples: one, two, three

`Digit`

: number expressed using digits

Examples: 1, 2, 3

`Combi`

: digits combined with a suffix

Examples: [lt] 15-oji (15th)

`Roman`

: roman numeral

Examples: I, II, III

NumForm in other languages: [cs] [es] [hy] [hyw] [ka] [la] [lt] [mdf] [orv] [sl] [u]