1: Independence, loneliness, creativity, originality, dominance, leadership, impatience.
Interpretation: Daring and self-reliant. Pioneering, independent, and creative.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The generator of all numbers, and the number of reason.
2: Quiet, passive, diplomatic, co-operation, comforting and soothing. Intuitive, compromising, patient.
Interpretation: Patient and careful. Easy-going, soft, indulgent and not physically strong.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The first even female number, and the number of opinion.
3: Charming, out-going, self-expressive, extroverted, abundance, active, energetic, proud.
Interpretation: Charming, entertaining, successful communicator with a natural attraction for money and the opposite sex.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The first true male number, the number of harmony, and being composed of unity and diversity.
4: Harmony, truth, justice, order, discipline, practicality, the material world, dedication.
Interpretation: Steady, stable, solid, hard-working, dependable.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The number of justice, and retribution, indicating the squaring of accounts.
5: New directions, excitement, change, adventure.
Interpretation: Exciting, changeable and always seeking new things.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The number of marriage, the union of the first true male and female numbers.
6: Love, harmony, perfection, tolerance, public service, serving to others.
Interpretation: Great responsibility to love and family. Warm and affectionate, conservative and conventional.
Pythagorean Beliefs: The number of creation.
7: Spirituality, completeness, solitary, isolation, introspection.
Interpretation: Mystical, scholarly, a philosopher and hermit.
8: Organization, business and commerce, immortality, resurrection, new beginnings, success/failure.
Interpretation: Business person, leader and organizer, materialist.
9: Romantic, rebelliousness, determined, easily hurt, passionate, compassionate, affectionate.
Interpretation: Humanitarian, intuitive, independent, generous and compassionate.
10: Although the number ten wasn't used in numerology, it was still believed to be the holiest of all numbers, the number of the universe, including the sum of all possible geometric dimensions, the symbol of health and harmony.