Another of those words, which sounds fun in English is umpteen. Basically it is a substitute word for countless or a very high number which we do not wish to or cannot specify.
I have umpteen orders waiting on my desk to action on Monday
It also has an ordinal number form.
This is the umpteenth time I’ve told you to clean your room
For a commonly used concept, the term is relatively new and supposedly emerged from use by the British Army in World War 1.
There are umpteen dozen ways of making a mistake in this job so make sure you pay special attention.
Larry has called Judy umpteen times this weekend. He sure is persistent!