Since I often confuse ordinary with ordinally, I'd like to take a note of their differences.
|Word||Part of speech||Definition||Synonyms|
|ordinary||adjective||・of no special quality or interest|
・plain or undistinguished
|natural, normal, traditional, typical, etc.|
|ordinally||adverb||・In an ordinal manner.|
・adverb form of ordinal
|(couldn't find ones)|
|ordinal||adjective||・of or relating to order, rank, or position in a series.|
|figure, statistic, sum, total, etc.|
It seems that ordinally isn't used that often (or ordinary). Instead, ordinal seems to be used as ordinal numbers, ordinal data, or statistics kind of context.
In that case, I won't use "ordinally" or "ordinal" in my ordinary life.