All the Goju Ryu Kata names are written in the Chinese language. Although today, this is often related in the 'Simplified' script - older Okinawan texts record these names as being written in the 'Traditional' script. This does not alter, change or otherwise disrupt the concept being conveyed - at least not when in the hands of a competent translator!
4) 三十六手 (Okinawan Pronunciation 'Sanseiru' - Chinese Pronunciation 'Sanshiliushou')
a) 三 (san1) = 3, three and III
b) 十 (shi2) = 10, ten and X
c) 六 (liu4) = 6, six and VI
d) 手 (shou3) = An open hand - often used to denote 'mastery' of a craft.
The name of this Kata means 'Thirty-Six Hands' - although the Okinawan pronunciation appears to omit the character for 'hand' (手-Shou) - a convention we see a number of times in the Goju Kata system.