Synonyms for Count:
n.aristocrat, peer, allowance, lord, batch, nobleman, earl, backlog, balance, block, capacity, allocation, accumulation. prove, project, tell. correction, import, important, signify, costing, addition. beat, aggregation, aggregate, the sum total, grand total, totality, repetition, running total, summation. characterize, sort, class, group, categorize, classify, grade, bracket. criminality, illegality, crime, attempt, offense, misdeed, law-breaking. dominate, predominate, lie at the heart of something, loom large, emphasize, come before. •calculation (noun)
calculus, arithmetic, algorithm, method, multiplication, assessment, valuation, computation, evaluation, mathematics, thought, determination, division, reckoning, judgement, appraisal, enumeration, measurement, consideration, calculation, approximation, conclusion, triangulation, inference, statistics, system, algebra, quantification, estimation, supposition, deduction, presumption.
allegation, indictment, accusation, summons, litigation, suit, complaint, impeachment, writ, case, action, subpoena, grievance, prosecution, affidavit, arraignment, lawsuit, charge, hearing, citation, implication.
detail, treasury, collection, file, record, album, book, menu, ledger, digest, daybook, cash book, manifest, register, recording, diary, log, tabulate, table, budget, notebook, history, documentation, Bank book, roster, pad, recount, roll, tablet, list, lexicon, calendar, check, docket, inventory, catalog, invoice, workbook, annals, scroll, yearbook, thesaurus, repertory, logbook, blank-book, annual, summary, waybill, registry, bill, novel, scrapbook, store, census, index, Storybook, statement, chronicle, dictionary, itemization, journal.
•tally; number (noun)
enumeration, reckoning, computation, calculation, whole, total, sum.
number, enumerate, numerate.
•consider, deem (verb)
judge, rate, look, think.
•have importance (verb)
import, signify, matter, weigh.
document, itemize, collect, audit, Journalize, summarize, note.
enumerate, swarm, tally, throng, number, abound.
baronet, running total, baroness, project, countess, grand total, nobleman, baronetcy, costing, crime, misdeed, aristocracy, archduke. come before, summation, baron, peer, criminality, predominate, illegality, consort, correction, dominate, emphasize, attempt, aggregate. offense, addition, signify. lord, import, totality. beat, tell. •add
sum, enumerate, tally.