Number sayings

Two heads are better than one.

Three’s a charm.

Four eyes see more than two.

Five fingers make a hand.

Six of one, half a dozen of the other.

Lucky number seven.

Eight is enough.

Nine times out of ten.

Ten out of ten.

Eleven can’t go to heaven.

Twelve is a dozen.

The thirteenth time’s the charm.

Fourteen days make a fortnight.

Fifteen minutes of fame.

Sweet sixteen.

Seventeen is a prime number.

Eighteen holes in a golf course.

Nineteen is the age of adulthood.

Twenty-twenty vision.

Twenty-one guns salute.

Twenty-two catch.

Twenty-three is a lucky number.

The twenty-fourth hour is the darkest.

Twenty-five cents.

Twenty-six letters in the alphabet.

Twenty-seven is the cube of three.

A stitch in time saves nine.

Thirty pieces of silver.

Thirty-one flavors.

Thirty-two is the number of teeth in adult humans.

Thirty-three is the age of Jesus when he was crucified.

Thirty-four is the atomic number of selenium.

Thirty-five is the number of years of age that a person must be to become President of the United States.

Thirty-six is a perfect square.

Thirty-seven is a prime number.

Thirty-eight is the atomic number of strontium.

Thirty-nine is the number of books in the Old Testament in both the Catholic and Protestant Bible.

Forty is the number of weeks in a typical human pregnancy.

Forty-one is a prime number.

Forty-two is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything according to Douglas Adams’ book The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

Forty-three is the number of muscles needed to tilt the head.

Forty-four is the number of the U.S. President before Barack Obama.

Forty-five is the number of states in the United States.

Forty-six chromosomes in the human body.

Forty-seven is the atomic number of silver.

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