Adds ordinal suffixes to numbers (or a character vector of number-like
words).
Converts numeric vectors to cardinal numbers before adding prefixes unless
`cardinal`

is `FALSE`

.

```
ordinal(x, cardinal = TRUE, ...)
nom_ord(x, cardinal = TRUE, ...)
```

- x
A numeric or character vector.

- cardinal
Whether to convert a numeric vector with

`cardinal()`

before applying ordinal suffixes. When`TRUE`

, 1 -> "first". When`FALSE`

, 1 -> "1st". Defaults to`TRUE`

.- ...
Further arguments passed to

`cardinal()`

when`cardinal`

is`TRUE`

.

A character vector of the same length as `x`

Other number names:
`adverbial()`

,
`cardinal()`

,
`collective()`

,
`denominator()`

,
`numerator()`

,
`ratio()`

```
nom_ord(2)
#> [1] "second"
nom_ord(1:10)
#> [1] "first" "second" "third" "fourth" "fifth" "sixth" "seventh"
#> [8] "eighth" "ninth" "tenth"
nom_ord(525600)
#> [1] "five-hundred-twenty-five-thousand-six-hundredth"
nom_ord(1:10, cardinal = FALSE)
#> [1] "1st" "2nd" "3rd" "4th" "5th" "6th" "7th" "8th" "9th" "10th"
nom_ord(5:15, max_n = 10)
#> [1] "fifth" "sixth" "seventh" "eighth" "ninth" "tenth" "11th"
#> [8] "12th" "13th" "14th" "15th"
nom_ord(c("n", "dozen", "umpteen", "eleventy", "one zillion"))
#> [1] "nth" "dozenth" "umpteenth" "eleventieth"
#> [5] "one-zillionth"
nom_ord(9 + 3/4)
#> [1] "nine-and-three-quartersth"
```