The word ‘count’ can be both a noun and a verb. Here’s what happens if you censor it as a verb.
Have you ever wondered what the name is for the space between your nose and upper lip? Me neither, really. But that little divot, like everything else in English, has a name: philtrum. It comes from the Greek: φίλτρον philtron and translates literally to “love charm”. Isn’t that nice.