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I am having a problem naming the various types of numbers. 

cardinal: one, two 

ordinal: first, second 

multiple: twofold, double 

adverbial: once, twice 

collective: trio, triad 

multiplicative: twice as many 

distributive?: two at a time 

distributive?: two each 

?: two by two 

What other types might there be? 

Senjecas also has three adverbial suffixes indicating location at, location to, and location from.   It is used with nouns, both common and proper: (at) home, from home, (to) home; in/at Paris, to Paris, from Paris.   I call these adverbs of nominal location.   Does anyone have a better, less cumbersome name? 

Charlie