VerbCount the plates on the table.
She made sure to count her change. Count how many fingers I am holding up.
He counted seven deer in the field.
There are 10 days left until the end of school, counting from today.
Keep counting until there are no more left to count.
Don't interrupt me. I'm counting.
Can your daughter count yet?
There will be 150 people at the wedding, not counting children. See More
Verb and Noun (1)
Middle English, from Anglo-French cunter, counter, from Latin computare, from com- + putare to consider
Middle English, from Anglo-French cunte, from Late Latin comit-, comes, from Latin, companion, one of the imperial court, from com- + ire to go — more at issue entry 1