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The following tables list the cardinal number names and symbols for the numbers 0 through 10 in various languages and scripts of the world. Where possible, each language's native writing system is used, along with transliterations in Latin script and other important writing systems where applicable. In some languages, numbers will be illustrated through to 20.

Language families of Afro-Eurasia

Afro-Asiatic languages[1]

Berber languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Berber language[2] yn sn krad okkoz fuss fuss d yn fuss d sn fuss d krad addaw meraw meraw
Eastern Berber languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ghadamès yú:n sen ka:red aqquz semmes suz sa: ta:m tesu: maraw
Guanche languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Guanche (Grand Canaria) nait smetti amelotti acodetti simusetti sesetti satti tamatti alda-marava marava
Tenerife ben lini amiat arba cansa sumus sàt set acot marago
Northern Berber languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Kabyle yiwen / wahed sin / ju,j tlata rebea xemsa setta sebea tmanya tesea eecr.a
Zenati languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Riffian language yijjen / wahid tnayen / sin trata / krad ab'a / kuz xemsa / semmus setta / sdis seb'a / sa tmanya / tam ts'a / tza 'ecra / mraw
Atlas languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Shilha (Tachelhit) yan sin krad kkuz semmus sdis sa ttam ttza mraw
Southwestern Berber languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Zenaga iun shinan karat akoz shammush shodush ishsha ittem tuza mêrêg
Tuareg languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Tamahaq (Ahaggar) iyen essîn kerad okkoz semmus sedis essa ettâm tezza meraw
Tamasheq iyan esshin kerâd ekkoz semmos sædis essa ettam teza meraw

Chadic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Hausa sifili d'aya biyu uku hud'u biyar shida bakwai takwas tara goma goma sha d'aya goma sha biyu goma sha uku goma sha hud'u goma sha biyar goma sha shida goma sha bakwai goma sha takwas goma sha tara ashirin

Cushitic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Oromo duwwaa tokko lama sadii afur shan ja'a torba saddet sagal kudhan
Somali eber kow laba saddex afar shan lix toddoba siddeed sagaal toban

Egyptian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Transliteration   w?(jw) snw(j) ?mt(w) jfdw djw sjsw sf?(w) ?mn(w) ps?(w) m?(w)
Egyptian, Old   *['wuuw] *[si'nuwwaj] *['?amtaw] *[jaf't'aw] *['t'i:jaw] *[sa?'saw] *['saf?aw] *[?a'ma:naw] *[pi'si:c'aw] *['mu:c'aw]
Egyptian, Middle   *['wuuw] *[si'nuwwaj] *['?amtaw] *[jaf't'aw] *['t'i:jaw] *[saj'saw] *['saf?aw] *[?a'ma:naw] *[pi'si:t'aw] *['mu:t'aw]
Egyptian, Medio-Late   *['wu?] *[s?'nuww] *['?amt] *[f't'aw] *['t'i:w] *[s'saw] *['saf] *['ma:n] *[p?'si:t'] *['mu:t']
Egyptian, Late   *['wø] *[s?'nøww] *['?amt] *[f't'aw] *[t'i:w] *[s'saw] *['saf?] *['mo:n] *[p?'si:t'] *[me:t']
Coptic numerals   ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Coptic, Bohairic   ?
ouai
?
snau
?
?omt
/?
ftoou/ftou
?/
tiou
?
soou
?
?a?f
?
?m?n

psit

m?t
Coptic, Sahidic   (m)/? (f)
oua (m)/ouei (f)
?
snau
?
?omt

ftoou
?/
tiou
?
soou
?
sa?f

?moun
/
psit/psis

m?t
Coptic, Akhmimic  
oue
/?
sno/sneu
?
xamt
?
ftau
?/
tiou

sau
?
saxf

xmoun

psis

m?t
Coptic, Fayyumic  
oueei
/?/?
sneou/sneu/snau
?
?amt
?
ftau
?/
tiou

sau
?
?e?b

?moun
*
*psit
*
*m?t

Omotic languages

North Omotic (Nomotic) languages / Non-Aroid 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dizoid languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dizi k'òy tà:gn kàdú kùbm'jii úxcú yàkú tù:sú zyéd sàgIl támú
Nao (Nayi) isin tagen kaddu kubm uchum yakko tessen zyad sagn tamu
Sheko koy t'agen kaddu kub'm uchu yaku tubsu zyed sagen tam
Gonga-Gimojan languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Gengo / Kefoid languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Anfillo ikko gutto keg^g^o auddo amitto shirto shabattó shimittó yiringo ashiró
Boro (Shinasha) íkka gittá ke:zá áwddá u:sá sheríta shawáta shimíta je:riyá tása
Kafa (Khaficho) ikka: gutta: kaja: gwda ú:ja: sirita: sabá:ta shiminta: yitiya: àjera:
Shekkacho (Mocha) ?íkko gútto kä.g^g^o awúddo u.chcho shirítto shabá.tto shimítto yí.tiyo á.shiro
Gimojan languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bench m?t' nám káz ód ùt? sàpm? nàpm? njàrtn? ìrstn? ta?m
Ometo-Gimira languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bencho (Gimira) mat'3 nam4 kaz4 od4 uch,2 sa2pm3 na2pm3 nyar2tn3 irs2tn3 tam5
Chara issa: nanta: keza: obda: uchcha sa:fun la:pun nandirse biza: tantsa:
Walamo (Ometo) ista naa?a hezza oydda iccaca usuppuna laappuna hoospuna uddupunaa tamma
Yemsa (Janjero) isa11 hep1 keez1 acheech11 uuch3 issun12 naafun12 naangrin11 izgin11 asir11
Mao languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Hozo onna dombo siyazi bets'i k'witsi ken:i ?ò:ta ?ò:tá ?ò:t(I) p'ó:shi
Seze ishile noombe siize beets'e uwiise t'ján:é: `dòmbò sjà:zé bes'é þó:shè
South Omotic (Somotic) languages / Aroid (Aari) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Aari wóllaq qaskén makkán ?oydí dónq láa tabzá qaskén-tamars wolqán-tamars tammá
Dime wokkil k'asten mikkim uddu shinne lah tossum k'ashnash bokolash tamme
Hamer;
Banna
kalo;
kulu
lama;
lema:
makan;
makan
oydi;
?owidi
don;
dung
lah;
lux
tobba;
tub`a
lankay;
lungkai
sal;
sel
teppi;
teb`i

Semitic languages

Proto-Semitic *?a?ad- *?in- *?al- *?arba?- *?am?- *?id?- *?ab?- *?am?niy- *ti- *?a?ar-
Arabic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Arabic, Literary#
and Abjad numerals
?

?ifr
?

wid
?

'i?n?n
?

?alä
?

'arba?ä
?

?amsä
?

sittä
?
?
sab?ä
?

?am?niyä
?

tis?ä


?a?arä
Arabic, Algerian ?
wed

z

?lä
?
rab?ä
?
?amsä
?
sittä
?
seb?ä

?m?nyä
?
tis?ä
?
?a?rä
Arabic, Cypriot Maronite
'en
?
?nayn

tlë
?
'arba?
?
?amsï

s?ttë
?
s?ba?

?m?nyë

t?s?ä

Arabic, Egyptian ‎/?
?ifr/z?ro~z?ru
?
wid

itn?n

tal?tä

araba?ä
?
?amsä
?
sittä
?
sab?ä

tamanyä
?
tes?ä
?
?a?rä
Arabic, Hejazi ?
wid

itn?n

tal?ta

'arba?a
?
?amsa
?
sitta
?
sab?a

tamanya
?
tis?a
?
?a?ara
Arabic, Lebanese ?
wad
?
tn?n

tl?tï

'arb?ä
?
?amsï
?
settï
?
sab?ä

tm?nï
?
tes?ä
?
?a?rä
Arabic, Iraqi ?
wid

?inayn

?ilä

'arb?ä
?
?amsä
?
sittä
?
sab?ä

?im?nyä
?
tis?ä
?
?a?rä
Arabic, Moroccan ?
wed


tl?tä
?
reb?ä
?
?emsä
?
settä
?
seb?ä

tmenyä

tesd
?
?a?arä
Arabic, Najdi ?
wid

'i?n?n

?alä

'arba?ä
?
?amsä
?
sittä
?
sab?ä

?amanyä
?
tis?ä
?
?a?arä
Arabic, Syrian ?
wed
?
tn?n

tl?të
?
'arb?ä
?
?amsë
?
s?ttë
?
sab?ä

tm?në
?
tes?ä
?
?a?arä
Arabic, Yemeni ?
wid

'i?nayn

?alë

'arba?ä
?
?amsë
?
sitte?
?
sab?ä

?am?niyë
?
tis?ä
?
?a?arä
Arabic, Sudanese ?
w?hid

'itn?n

tal?ta

'arba'?
?
?ams?

sitt?h
?
saba'?

tamany?
?
tis'ä

'ashara
Maltese xejn wie?ed tnejn tlieta erbg?a ?amsa sitta sebg?a tmienja disg?a g?axra
Aramaic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Biblical Aramaic
?a?
?
t?ren

t?l
?
?arb

?am
?
?itt?

?a
?
t?m?ny?

ti
?
?asr?
Aramaic, Modern âhad itr tlo:ta: árpa` hámsha: shé:'tta: shub`a: tmó:nya: tésh`a: `ásra:
Syriac
s?p?r

?a?

t?r?n

tl
?
?arb

?am

?, t?

?a
?
t?m?ny?

t?

sr?
Mandaic
y?ka
?
t?r?n

t?l?at?a
?
?arb?
?
hama

t
?
ab?a

t?m?any?a

ta
?
?asr?a
Samaritan
?ada

d

tart?n

t?r?n

t?lat
?
t?l?ta

?rb?

?am?a
?
?am?
/
tt/?t
/
tt/?t

?b? ?
?b?

?mbn

t
?
t

r
?
r
Canaanite languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Phoenician
'i?ad

senem

sal?s

'areb

m?s

s?s

seba?

sem?ni

t?sa?

?isir
Hebrew, Biblical
'efes
{{Script/Hebrew
'a?a?

'e

?etay?m

?enay?m

l
?
lh

'arba?
?
'arbh

m?s

?amh



?h

?e?a?

e?ah

?em?neh

?em?n?h
?
ta?

teh

?eser

?ás?r?h
Hebrew (Gematria) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Hebrew

?
?


?

?


?

?
Hebrew, Tiberian 'es '?
'?
e?t?yim
e?n?yim
l
l
'arb
'arb
m
?ami

?i
a?
?i
m?n?
m?n?
ta?
ti
er
?ar?
Hebrew, Yemenite '?fas '?
'?
?t?yim
?n?yim
l
?al
'arb
'arb
m
?ami

?i
va?
?iv
?am?n?
?am?n?
ta?
ti
ar
?ar?
Hebrew, Ashkenazi (liturgical) éfes achas
echod
shtáyim
shnáyim
sholoish
shloisho
arba
arbo·o
chomeish
chamisho
sheish
shisho
shéva
shiv·o
shmoine
shmoino
téisha
tish·o
éser
asoro
Hebrew Academy (1953) éfes a?at
e?ad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shelosha
arba?
arba?a
?amesh
?amisha
shesh
shisha
shéva?
shiv?a
shemone
shemona
tésha?
tish?a
?éser
?asara
Hebrew Academy (2006) éfes a?at
e?ad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shlosha
arba
arba'a
?amesh
?amisha
shesh
shisha
shéva
shiv'a
shmone
shmona
tésha
tish'a
éser
asara
East Semitic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Akkadian ?/?
i?t?n/?du/w?du/?du
?
?ena/?in?
?
?al(at)
?
erbe
?
?àmi?
?
?edi?/?eet/?iu
?
sebe
?
sam?ne
?
ti?e(t)/ti(t)
?
e?er
Modern South Arabic Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Soqotri t'?t (masc.) / t'?h (fem.) tr?h / trih l?h / t?h rb / ?irb m?h/ jm?h jh?:?t / h?t?h jh?b / hibh t?m?:ni / t?m?n?h s / sh :r / r?h
Ethiopic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ge'ez
?ä?ädu
?
k?l?etu
?
?älästu

?ärba?tu
?
?ämstu
?
s?dstu
?
säb?ätu
?
sämantu
?
täs?ätu
?
?ä?ärtu
Tigre
hat

kile

seles
?
arba'e

hamus

ses



se'e

Tigrinya
hade

kilte
?
seleste

arba'ete
?
hamushte
?
shidishte
?
shew'ate
?
shomonte
?
tishi'ate
?
aserte
Amharic
zero

and

hulät

sost

arat
?
amm?st
?
s?dd?st

säbat
?
s?mm?nt

zä?äñ

as?r
Harari a?ad ko'ot ?i'i?ti ?arät ?ammisti s?ddisti sa'atti su'ut zaäñ ass?r
Gurage
at

hwiet

sost
?
arbat
?
amest
?
sidist

sebat
?
simwot

zhete

asir
Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ugaritic
?a?adu
(?)
?in?(mi)

?alu
?
?arba?u

?ami?u

?iu

?ab?u

?am?n?

tiu

?a?aru
Notes
^# The numerals used in English and other languages using Latin alphabets are known as Arabic numerals (or, more precisely, Western Arabic numerals). They came to Europe from India by way of Islamic mathematicians in the Middle Ages, and came to be adopted by civilizations around the world with their use in printed books. The numerals listed for the Arabic language in the table above are Eastern Arabic numerals, which are used in conjunction with the Arabic script in Middle East. In Arabic multidigit numbers are written right-to-left, in increasing powers of ten. Thus, just as in the west, the units are in the rightmost position and greater powers of ten are to the left, as can be seen in the Arabic entry for 10 in the table. For modern Indian numerals, see the table for Indo-European languages below.

Austronesian languages

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Austronesian+ *?sa
*isa
*duSa *t?lu *S?pat *lima *?n?m *pitu *walu *Siwa *(sa-)puluq
Formosan languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Amis cecay tosa tolo spet lima enem pito falo siwa mo^tep
Atayal qutux sazing cyugal payat magal mtzyu mpitu mspat mqeru mopuw
Paiwan ita drusa tjelu sepatj lima enem pitju alu siva tapuluq
Bunun tas?a dusa tau paat hima nuum pitu vau siva mas?an
Puyuma isa zuwa telu pat lima unem pitu walu iwa pulu'
Rukai itha drusa tulru supate lrima eneme pitu valru bangate pulruku
Tsou coni yuso tuyu s?pt? eimo nom? pitu voyu sio mask?
Saisiyat 'aeihae' roSa' to:lo' Sopat haseb SayboSi: maykaSpat hae'hae' lampez
Thao taha tusha turu shpat tarima katuru pitu kashpat tanathu makthin
Kavalan usiq uzusa utulu uspat ulima unem upitu uwalu usiwa rabtin
Truku kingal dha tru spat rima mataru empitu maspat mngari maxal
Sakizaya cacay tosa tolo sepat lima enem pito walo siwa
Seediq kingal daha teru sepac rima mmteru mpitu mmsepac mngari maxal
Siraya saat ruha turu xpat rima nom pitu kuixpa matuda kitian
Taivoan caha' ruha toho paha hima lom kito kipa matuha kaipien
Taivoan (Dazhuang) caca'a raruha tatoo tapat tarima tanum tyausen rapako ravasen kaiten
Makatao na-saad ra-duha ra-duma ra-sipat ra-lima ra-hurum ra-pito ra-haru ra-siwa ra-kaitian
Malayo-Polynesian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *?sa
*isa
*duha *t?lu *?pat *lima *?n?m *pitu *walu *siwa *puluq
Acehnese ?
sifar

soh

sa

duwa
?
lhee
?
peuet

limong

nam

tujoh
?
lapan

sikureueng

siploh
?
siblaih

duablaih
?
lheeblaih
?
peuetblaih

limongblaih

namblaih

tujohblaih
?
lapanblaih

sikureuengblaih
?
dua ploh
Balinesea ?
?
nul
?

besik
?
siki
?

dua
?
?
telu
?
?
papat
?
?
lime
?

nenem
?
?
pitu
?

kutus
?

sia


dasa *


solas


roras

?
telu-las


pat-belas

?
limolas


nem-belas

?
pitu-las


pelekutus


sanga-las


dwang dasa *

kalih dasa *
^* Borrowed from Sanskrit, (dá?a). From proto-Indo-European, *dé?m?t.
Banjar
asa

dua
?
talu
?
ampat

lima

anam
?
pitu
?
walu

sanga
?
sapuluh

sawalas
Batak, Toba
sada

dua
?
tolu
?
opat

lima

onom
?
pitu
?
walu

sia
?
sampulu
?
sampulu sada
?
sampulu dua
? ?
sampulu tolu
? ?
sampulu opat
?
sampulu lima
?
sampulu onom
? ?
sampulu pitu
? ?
sampulu ualu
?
sampulu sia
?
dua pulu
Buginese ?
ceddi

dua
?
tellu

empa

lima
?
enneng
?
pitu
?
arua
?
asera

seppulo

seppuloceddi

seppulodua

seppulotellu

seppuloempa

seppulolima

seppuloenneng

seppulopitu

seppuloarua

seppuloasera
?
duapulo
Cia-Cia
dise
ise

rua
ghua

tolu

pa'a

lima

no'o

picu
?
walu
oalu

siua

ompulu
Cham ?
?
thaoh
?
?
sa
?

dua
?
?
klau
?

pak
?

lima
?

nam
?
?
tujuh
?
?
dalapan
?
?
salapan
sapluh
Indonesian kosong
nol
satu
suatu[3]
dua tiga[4] empat lima[5] enam tujuh delapan[6] sembilan sepuluh sebelas dua belas tiga belas empat belas lima belas enam belas tujuh belas delapan belas dua puluh
Javaneseb ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Javanese (Kawi)*

[7]

sunya eka dwi tri catur panca sad sapta asta nawa dasa ekadasa dwidasa tridasa caturdasa pancadasa sadasa saptadasa astadasa nawadasa wingsati
Javanese (Kuna)[8] das sa rwa t?lu p?t lima n?m pitu walu sanga sapuluh saw?las rwaw?las t?luw?las p?tw?las limaw?las n?mw?las pituw?las waluw?las sangaw?las rwangpuluh
Javanese (Krama)
nol

setunggal
?
kalih

tiga

sekawan

gangsal

enem
?
pitu

wolu

sanga
?
sedasa
?
setunggal welas

kalih welas

tiga welas

sekawan welas
?
gangsal welas

enem welas

pitu welas
?
wolu welas
?
sanga welas

kalih dasa
Javanese (Ngoko)[9]
nol
?
siji

loro
?
telu
?
papat

lima

enem
?
pitu

wolu

sanga
?
sepuluh

sewelas

rolas
?
telulas

7

limalas

nembelas
?
pitulas

wolulas

sangalas

rong puluh
^* Javanese (Kawi) numerals are borrowed from Sanskrit (Indo-European) numerals.
Kelantan-Pattani kosong so duwo tigo pak limo ne tujoh lape smile spuloh sbelah duwo belah tigo belah pak belah limo belah ne belah tujoh belah lape belah smile belah duwo puloh
Madurese nol settong dhuwa' tello' empa' lema' ennem petto' ballu' sanga' sapolo sabellas dhubellas tello bellas pa' bellas lema bellas nem bellas pettong bellas ballung bellas sangang bellas dhupolo
Makassarese
lobbang
?
nolo'

se're

rua

tallu

appa'

lima

annang

tuju

sangantuju

salapang

sampulo

sampulos se're

sampulong rua

sampulong tallu

sampulong ngappa'

sampulong lima


sampulong tuju



ruampulo
Malay
kosong
?
sifar
?

satu
suatu

dua

tiga
?
empat

lima[10]

enam

tujuh
?
lapan

sembilan

sepuluh *
?
sebelas

dua belas

tiga belas
?
empat belas

lima belas

enam belas

tujuh belas
?
lapan belas

sembilan belas

dua puluh
^* Alternative forms:

? (dasa), from Sanskrit, (dá?a).
(puluh, puloh), from proto-Malayo-Polynesian *puluq, from proto-Austronesian, *puluq.

Minangkabau[11]
ciek

duo
?
tigo

ampek
?
limo

anam

tujuah

salapan

sambilan

sapuluah

sabaleh
?
duo baleh
? ?
tigo baleh
?
ampek baleh
? ?
limo baleh
?
anam baleh
?
tujuah baleh
?
salapan baleh
?
sambilan baleh

duo puluah
Moken cha:? thuwa:? teloj
(t?l?y)
pa:t lema:? nam lu?u:k waloj
(wal?y)
chewaj
(cwa:y / s?wa:y)
cepoh p?h c?:? p?h t?uwa:? p?h t?l?y p?h pa:t p?h l?ma:? p?h nam p?h lu?u:k p?h wal?y p?h cwa:y t?uwa:? p?h
Nias sara rua tölu öfa lima önö fitu walu siwa fulu
Sasak sekek due telo empat lime enam pituk baluk siwak sepulu solas dua olas telo olas empat olas lime olas enam olas pituk olas baluk olas siwak olas due pulu
Sundanese ?
?
nol
?
?
hiji
?

dua
?
?
tilu
?
?
opat
?

lima
?

genep
?

tujuh
?

dalapan
?

salapan


sapuluh


sabelas

sawelas


dua belas

?
tilu belas

?
opat belas


lima belas


genep belas


tujuh belas


dalapan belas


salapan belas


dua puluh
Terengganu Malay kosong se duwe tige pak lime nang tujoh lapang smilang spuloh sbelah duwe belah tige belah pak belah lime belah nang belah tujoh belah lapang belah smilang belah duwe puloh
Tetun zero
nol
ida rua tolu hat lima nen hitu ualu sia sanulu ruanulu
Tsat (HuiHui)c sa³³ *,
ta¹¹ **
t?ua¹¹ ki?³³ pa²? ma³³ na:n³² su pa:n³² t?u¹ pa:n³² piu piu sa³³ piu t?ua¹¹ piu ki?³³ piu pa²? piu ma³³ piu na:n³² piu su piu pa:n³² piu t?u¹ pa:n³² t?ua¹¹ piu
There are two forms for numbers 'one' in Tsat (Hui Hui; Hainan Cham) :
^* The word sa³³ is used for serial counting.
^** The word ta¹¹ is used with hundreds and thousands and before qualifiers.
Bicolano mayò
sero
sarô duwa tuló apat lima anom pito walo siyam sampulò
Benuaq (Dayak Benuaq) eray duaq toluu opaat limaq jawatn turu walo sie sepuluh
Cebuano wala
sero
usa duha tulo upat lima unom pito walo siyam napulo
pulo
napulog usa napulog duha napulog tulo napulog upat napulog lima napulog unom napulog pito napulog walo napulog siyam kawhaan
Dusun aiso iso duo tolu apat limo onom turu walu siam hopod hopod om iso hopod om duo hopod om tolu hopod om apat hopod om limo hopod om onom hopod om turu hopod om walu hopod om siam
Hiligaynon wala
sero
isa duha tatlo apat lima anum pitó walo siam napulo napulo'gsisa napulo'gsduha napulo'gstatlo napulo'gsapat napulo'gslima napulo'gsanum napulo'gspitó napulo'gswalo napulo'gssiam duhaska pulo
Ilokano ibbong
awan
sero
maysa dua tallo uppat lima innem pito walo siam sangapulo
Kapampangan metung
isa
adua atlu apat lima anam pitu walu siyam apulu labing metung labing adua labing atlu labing apat labing lima labing anam labing pitu labing walu labing siyam adwang pulu
Karay-a wara (i)sara darwa tatlo apat lima an?m pito walo siyam napulo
Masbateño warâ
sero
isad
usad
duwa
duha
tuló upat lima unom pito walo siyam napulò
Malagasy aotra isa
iray
roa telo efatra dimy enina fito valo sivy folo roapolo
Maranao isa dowa t'lo phat taw walay aso lalan gawi'e bago tano tonaa apoy
Pangasinan sakey dua,
duara
talo,
talora
apat,
apatira
lima,

limara

anem,

anemira

pito,

pitora

walo,

walora

siam,

siamira

samplo,

samplora

labinsakey anto pool
Sangirese sembau darua tatelu epa lima eneng pitu walu sio mapulo
Tagalog
wala

?
sero

isá

dalawá

tatló
?
apat

limá

anim
?
pitó

waló

siyám

sampû

labingisá

labindalawá
?
labintatló

labingapat

labinlimá
?
labinganim

labimpitó

labingwaló
?
labinsiyám
?
dalawampû
Tausug isa duwa t? upat lima unum pitu walu siyam hangpu'
Tombulu (Minahasan) language esa zua
rua
telu epat lima enem pitu walu siou mapulu' mapulu' wo esa mapulu' wo zua
mapulu' wo rua
mapulu' wo telu mapulu' wo epat mapulu' wo lima mapulu' wo enem mapulu' wo pitu mapulu' wo walu mapulu' wo siou zua na pulu'
rua na pulu'
Waray waray
sero
usá duhá tuló upat limá unóm pitó waló siyám napúlò napúlòkag-isá napúlòkag-duhá napúlòkag-tuló napúlòkag-upat napúlòkag-limá napúlòkag-unóm napúlòkag-pitó napúlòkag-waló napúlòkag-siyám kaduhaán
Yami asa dora atlo apat lima anem pito wao siyam poo
Oceanic languagesd 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Fijian saiva dua rua tolu vaa lima ono vitu walu ciwa tini tinikadua tinikarua tinikatolu tinikavaa tinikalima tinikaono tinikavitu tinikavalu tinikaciwa ruasagavulu
Hawaiian 'ole 'e-kahi 'e-lua 'e-kolu 'e-h? 'e-lima 'e-ono 'e-hiku 'e-walu 'e-iwa 'umi 'umik?m?kahi 'umik?m?lua 'umik?m?kolu 'umik?m?h? 'umik?m?lima 'umik?m?ono 'umik?m?hiku 'umik?m?walu 'umik?m?iwa iwak?lua
Kiribati akea teuana uoua tenua aua nimaua onoua itua wanua ruaiwa tebwina tebwi ma teuana tebwi ma uoua tebwi ma tenua tebwi ma aua tebwi ma nimaua tebwi ma onoua tebwi ma itua tebwi ma wanua tebwi ma teuana uabwi
M?ori tahi rua toru wh? rima ono whitu waru iwa tekau
ngahuru
tekau m? tahi
ngahuru m? tahi
tekau m? rua
ngahuru m? rua
tekau m? toru
ngahuru m? toru
tekau m? wh?
ngahuru m? wh?
tekau m? rima
ngahuru m? rima
tekau m? ono
ngahuru m? ono
tekau m? whitu
ngahuru m? whitu
tekau m? waru
ngahuru m? waru
tekau m? iwa
ngahuru m? iwa
rua tekau
Marshallese[12] o?o juon ruo jilu em?n ?alem jiljino jimjuon ralit?k ratimjuon jon?oul jon?oul juon jon?oul ruo jon?oul jilu jon?oul em?n jon?oul ?alem jon?oul jiljino jon?oul jimjuon jon?oul ralit?k jon?oul ratimjuon ron?oul
Motue[13] ta rua toi hani ima tauratoi hitu taurahani taurahani-ta gwauta gwauta ta gwauta rua gwauta toi gwauta hani gwauta ima gwauta tauratoi gwauta hitu gwauta taurahani gwauta taurahani-ta ruahui
Niuean nakai taha ua tolu fa lima ono fitu valu hiva hogofulu hogofulu ma ua hogofulu ma tolu hogofulu ma fa hogofulu ma lima hogofulu ma ono hogofulu ma fitu hogofulu ma valu hogofulu ma hiva uafulu
Rapanui tahi rua toru h? rima ono hitu va'u iva angahuru
Rarotongan M?ori kare ta'i rua toru '? rima ono 'itu varu iva nga'uru nga'uru-ma-ta'i nga'uru-ma-rua nga'uru-ma-toru nga'uru-ma-'? nga'uru-ma-rima nga'uru-ma-ono nga'uru-ma-'itu nga'uru-ma-varu nga'uru-ma-iva rua nga'uru
Rotuman ta rua folu hake lima ono hifu v?lu siva saghulu
S?moan o tasi lua tolu fa lima ono fitu valu iva sefulu sefulu tasi sefulu lua sefulu tolu sefulu fa sefulu lima sefulu ono sefulu fitu sefulu valu sefulu iva lua sefulu
S?moan
(K-type)
o kasi lua kolu fa lima ogo fiku valu iva sefulu sefulu kasi sefulu lua sefulu kolu sefulu fa sefulu lima sefulu ogo sefulu fiku sefulu valu sefulu iva lua sefulu
Tahitian h?'?
tahi
piti toru maha pae ?no hitu va'u iva h?'? 'ahuru
Tongan noa taha ua tolu fa nima ono fitu valu hiva hongofulu
taha noa
taha taha taha ua taha tolu taha fa taha nima taha ono taha fitu taha valu taha hiva ua noa
Trukese eet érúúw één fáán niim woon fúús waan ttiw engoon
Tuvaluan tahi
tasi
lua tolu fa lima ono fitu valu iva sefulu sefulu tasi sefulu lua sefulu tolu sefulu fa sefulu lima sefulu ono sefulu fitu sefulu valu sefulu iva lua sefulu
Timor-Alor-Pantar languagesf 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Fataluku ukane ece utue ufate lime neme fitu kafa siva tane
ta'ane
tane ita ukane tane ita ece tane ita utue tane ita ufate tane ita lime tane ita neme tane ita fitu tane ita kafa tane ita siva tane ece
ta'ane ece
West Papuan languages (North Halmahera)g 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ternate rimói romdidi raange
(ra:a?e)
raha romtoha rara tomdí tufkange
(tufka?e)
sio nyagimói
(?a?imoi)
?a?imoi si rimói ?a?imoi si romdidi ?a?imoi si ra:a?e ?a?imoi si raha ?a?imoi si romotoha ?a?imoi si rara ?a?imoi si tomdí ?a?imoi si tufka?e ?a?imoi si sio ?a?iromdidi
Tidore rimoi malofo ra?e raha romtoa rora tomdi: tofka?e sio ?a?imoi ?a?imoi se rimoi ?a?imoi se malofo ?a?imoi se ra?e ?a?imoi se raha ?a?imoi se romtoa ?a?imoi se rora ?a?imoi se tomdi: ?a?imoi se tofka?e ?a?imoi se sio ?a?imalofo

^a See main article, Balinese numerals.
^b See main article, Javanese numerals.
^c Unusually for an Austronesian language, Tsat has developed into a solidly tonal language,
probably as a result of areal linguistic effects and contact with the diverse tonal languages spoken on Hainan including varieties of Chinese such as Hainanese and Standard Chinese, Tai-Kadai languages such as the Hlai languages, and Hmong-Mien languages such as Kim Mun.[14]
The ancestors of Huihui people immigrated to Hainan Island from central Vietnam about eight hundreds years ago.
Under the strong influences from neighboring tonal Chinese dialects, Huihui has developed tones and eventually became a "monosyllabic" and tonal Austronesian language.[15]

^d Rapa Nui and Tahitian largely share the same numerals. Numbers higher than ten are expressed in Tahitian.
^e Hiri Motu, one of Papua New Guinean official languages.
^f Timor-Alor-Pantar languages are a separate family of languages from the Austronesian languages, but tend to be strongly influenced by Austronesian languages, especially in words for numbers.
^g The Papuan languages are those languages of the western Pacific island of New Guinea, and neighbouring islands, that are neither Austronesian nor Australian. See main article, Indo-Pacific languages.

Hmong-Mien languages

[16]

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Hmong-Mien language+ * *?u?i *pj?u *plei *prja *kruk *dzju?H *jat *N-?u? *gjup

Hmongic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bahengic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Pa-Hng / Baheng (Gundong) ji? wa po ti tja t?u? t?a ji ko? ku
Wunai (Longhui) i ua po tsi pia tju? t?a ?i ko? k?u
Younuo je? u? pje? pw pi? tjo s? ja kiu kw
Bunu languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nao Klao (Nandan) i u pei tlja ptsiu? t?au s jou t?au t?au
Nu Mhou (Libo) t?y? yi? pa? tl?u? pja? tj ?o ja t t?
Nunu (Linyun) i ?u pe t?a p t?u ? jo? t?u t?u?
Pu No (Du'an) i a:? pe pla pu t?u sa? jo t?u? t?u
Tung Nu (Qibainong) i? au? pe? t?a? pjo? ?u s? ?o t?u t?u
Hmuic (Qiandong Miao) languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Northern Qiandong Miao (Yanghao) i? o? pi? l?u? tsa? t?u? ?o ?a t t?u
Raojia i? poi? pja? tju? ?u ?a t?a? t?u
Southern Qiandong Miao (Yaogao) ti v pai tl? t?i tju? tsam? ?i t?u t?u
Qo Xiong languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Eastern Xiangxi Miao (Xiaozhang) a? u pu ?ei pja to? za ?i g gu
Western Xiangxi Miao (Layiping) pu p?ei p? ? t?o ?i? t?o ku?
She-Jiongnai languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jiong Nai (Kiong Nai) ii
?i
u
u?
pa
pa?
ple
ple?
pui
pui?
choh
t?
zengng
?a
jeq
?e
dzhu
t?u?
dzhoq
t?
Pa Na ?a ?u pa t?o pei kjo ?u ?a tu t?o
She (Chenhu) iq
i
u
u?
pa
pa?
piq
pi
pi
pi?
koh
k
dzh'ung
ts?u
ziq
zi
g'íu
kj?u
g'joq
kj?
West Hmongic (ChuanQianDian Miao) languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A-Hmao / Northeastern Dian Miao (Shimenken) i? a? ts tl?au? p tl?au? ?a i da au
Ge, Gejia (Chong'an Jiang Miao / Zhong'an River Miao) i? a? ts plu? tsia? t?u? sa ?a t?a ku
Hmong (Miao) languages+ ** ib ob peb plaub tsib rau xyaa yim cuaj nkaum
Hmong Daw (Guangnan) ?i? u? pei? plou? t? ou? ?ã? ?i t?u kou
Hmong Njua (Maguan) ?i ?au pei plou t ?ou? ?a ?i? t?u kou?
Hmong Shua (Funing) ?i? ?au? p?ei? pl?u? p tu? ?a ?i t?a k?u
Luopohe - Xijia Miao (Shibanzhai) i55
i?
u31
u
pz?31
pz
pl?u31
pl?u
pja31
pja
?o24
?o
zu?24
zu
ja33
ja?
ja31
ja
?o31
?o
^* Hmong language varieties:
  • Hmong Daw/Hmoob Dawb - White Miao (Laos, China)
  • Hmong Njua/Hmoob Ntsuab - Green Miao, Blue Miao (Laos, China)
  • "Horned Miao" /A-Hmo (China)
  • Chuanqiandian-cluster Miao (cover term for Hmong in China)
  • H'mông (Vietnam)
  • H'mông Don (Vietnam)
  • Hmong Shua/Hmongb Shuat (Sinicized Miao)

Mienic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Mien (Yao)+ (j)iet yi puo p(j)ei p(j)a kuq zjeh ghjet 'duo dzhjep
Biao-Jiao (Biao-Jiao Mien) languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Biao Min i33 w?i33 pau33 pl?i33 pla33 kl?53 ni42 hj?n42 iu31 an42
Chao Kong Meng (Shi Kou) ji35 vi33 b?u33 pli33 pla53 kl?35 ?i13 22 t?u55 t?æ22
Moxi (Niuweizhai) i33 wei33 p?u33 pi33 p?a33 k55 ?i31 hj?53 du53 twa53
Mian-Jin languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Biao Mon (Changping) no35 i33 pu33 plei33 pla33 kju53 ?i22 ja:t21 du21 sj?p21
Iu Mien jet12 i33 pwo33 pjei33 pia33 t?u55 sje13 ?et12 dwo31 tsjop12
Kim Mun a33 i35 ?p?35 pjei35 pja35 kjo35 ?i42 jet55 du33 ?ap42
Dzao Min languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dzao Min a44 vi42 bu42 p?i42 pj?42 t?u44 ?i22 dzat22 ku53 sj?p22

Indo-European languages

Most of the languages follow the Hindu-Arabic numeral system.

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Indo-European *(H)óynos/
*(H)óywos/
*(H)óyk(?)os/
*s?m
*d(u)wóh? *tréyes *k?etwóres *pénk?e *s(w)é?s *sept *o?t?(w)/*h?e?t?(w) *h?néwn? *dé?m?(t) *dwi(h?)d?m?ti
/*h?withm?ti

Albanian language

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Albanian   *ainja *duw? *treje *kátur *pen?e *seksti *septati *akt? *neunti- *detsa *w?dzat?/*wd?áti
Old Albanian   gna/gne- d?/d tre cattere/catere/(n)cater pesse giascte/(n)giaste state tete nande ?iete gnambe?iete d?mbe?iete/dmbe?iete trembe?iete cater mbe?iete pesse mbe?iete giaste mbe?iete state mbe?iete tete mbe?iete nande mbe?iete gna?et
Albanian (Tosk) (listen) zero një dy tre katër pesë gjashtë shtatë tetë nëntë dhjetë njëmbëdhjetë dymbëdhjetë trembëdhjetë katërmbëdhjetë pesëmbëdhjetë gjashtëmbëdhjetë shtatëmbëdhjetë tetëmbëdhjetë nëntëmbëdhjetë njëzet
Albanian (Gheg)   nji dy tre katër pesë gjashtë shtatë tetë nândë dhetë njimbëdhetë dymbëdhetë trembëdhetë katërmbëdhetë pesëmbëdhetë gjashtëmbëdhetë shtatëmbëdhetë tetëmbëdhetë nândëmbëdhetë njizet

Anatolian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Hittite *?s d?n t?ries meyawes ?ipta-
Lycian ?
sñta
?
tuwa
?
trei

teteri

aitãta-
?
ñuñtãta-
Luwian in an tarris m?winzi
m?wa
?aptam(i)

Armenian language

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old Armenian
mi

erkow
?
erek?
?
ork?
?
hing

vec?
?
e?t?n

owt?

inn
?
tasn
?
metasan

erkotasan

erek?tasan
?
orek?tasan

hngetasan

ve?tasan
?
e?t?newtasn

owt?ewtasn

innewtasn
?
k?san
Eastern Armenian
z?ro

mek

yerku
?
yerek?
?
ors
?
hing

vec?

yot?

ut?

in?
?
tas?
?
tasn?mek

tasnerku

tasnerek?

tasnors

tasn?hing
?
tasn?vec?
?
tasn?yot?
?
tasnut?
?
tasnin?
?
ksan
Western Armenian ?
zero

meg

yergu
?
yerek
?
?ors
?
hink

vec

yot

ut

in?
?
das?
?
dasn?meg

dasnergu

dasnerek

dasnors

dasn?hink
?
dasn?vec
?
dasn?yot
?
dasnut
?
dasnin?
?
k?san

Celtic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Celtic *oinos *dwau *tr?s *k?etwares *k?enk?e *swexs *sextam *oxt? *nawan *dekam *wikant?
Gaulish ?
oino

do

tri

petor

pempe

suekos

sextam
?
oxtu

nau

decam
?
uoconti
Celtiberian *uinos *duino *tiris *kuetuor *kuenkue *sues *sektan *oktu *nowan *tekam
Brythonic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Common Brittonic *?n *d?w *tri *pedwar *p?mp *hwex *sei? *üi? *naw *deg *gw?g?nt
Breton, Old un dou/dau tri petguar pemp hue seith/seidth eith nau dec ucent
Breton mann unan daou (m)
div (f)
tri (m)
teir (f)
pevar (m)
peder (f)
pemp c'hwec'h seizh eizh nav dek unnek daouzek trizek pevarzek pemzek c'hwezek seitek triwec'h naontek ugent
Cornish mann onen dew (m)
diw (f)
tri (m)
teyr (f)
peswar; pajar (m)
peder (f)
pymp; pemp hwegh seyth eth naw deg unnek dewdhek tredhek peswardhek pymthek hwetek seytek etek nownsek ugens
Welsh, Old un dou/deu tri petwar pimp chwech seyth oith naw dec uceint
Welsh[17] dim un dau (m)
dwy (f)
tri (m)
tair (f)
pedwar (m) pedair (f) pump chwech saith wyth naw deg un ar ddeg deuddeg

pymtheg un ar bymtheg
deunaw
ugain
Goidelic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Irish, Primitive *?
*oinas
*
*dau
*
*tris
*?
*kwetur
*
*kweggwe
*
*swes
*
*sextan
*?
*oxtan
*?
*nouin
*?
*dekan
*
*wikent
Irish, Old óen da tri ceth(a)ir cóic se secht ocht noi deich fiche
Irish náid
['na:d?]
aon
['e:n]

['do:]
trí
['t]
ceathair
['cah]
cúig
['ku:?]

['?e:]
seacht
['?axt]
ocht
['?axt]
naoi
['ni:]
deich
['dç]
aon déag dó dhéag trí déag ceathair déag cúig déag sé déag seacht déag ocht déag naoi déag fiche
Manx neunhee nane jees tree kiare queig shey shiaght hoght nuy jeih (un)nane-jeig daa-yeig tree-jeig kiare-jeig queig-jeig shey-jeig shaight-jeig hoght-jeig nuy-jeig feed
Scottish Gaelic neoni aon trì ceithir còig sia seachd ochd naoi deich aon deug d(h)à dheug trì deug ceithir deug còig deug sia deug seachd deug ochd deug naoi deug fichead

Germanic languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Germanic *
*ainaz
*?
*twai
*?
*þr?z
*
*fedw?r
*?
*fimf
*?
*sehs
*
*sebun
*
*aht?u
*
*newun
*
*tehun
*?
*ainalif
*
*twalif
*
*þritehun
*?
*fedurtehun
*
*fimftehun
*
*sehstehun
*?
*sebuntehun
*?
*aht?utehun
*?
*newuntehun
*
*twai tigiwiz
East Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Gothic ?
ains
?
twai

þreis

fidwor
?
fimf

saíhs

sibun

ahtau
?
niun

taíhun

áinlif

twalif

þritaíhun

fidwortaíhun
?
fimftaíhun

saíhstaíhun

sibuntaíhun
?
ahtautaíhun
?
niuntaíhun
?
twái tigjus
Gothic, Crimean ene tua tria fyder fyuf
(*fynf?)
seis sevene athe nyne thiine
West Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ingvaeonic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
English, Old
?n
?n
[?:n]


tw?
[tw?:]

þ
þr?
[?ri:]

?eo?e?
f?ower
[fe:?ower]


f?f
[fi:f]

?ex
sex
[seks]

?eo?on
seofon
[se?ovon]
?
e?h
eahta
[æxta]

non
ni?on
[nijon]
?
en
t?en
[ti:?yn]

en?leon
endleofan

el?
twelf

þ?eoene
þreot?ene

?eo?eene
f?owert?ene

ene
f?ft?ene

exene
siext?ene

?eo?onene
seofont?ene

e?h?ene
eahtat?ene
?
nonene
ni?ont?ene
?
en
twenti?
Kentish Old English án twá þrío fíower fíf/víf siox siofun eahta niogan/neogan tén/téon
Northumbrian Old English án twá þrío fíower fíf sex seofu/siofu æhto níone tén/téo/téa
English, Middle ón twó þréo fower/foure fyve syxe seovene ey?te nyne/ni?en tene elleven twelve þritene fourtene fiftene sixtene seventene ey?tene nynetene twenty
English, Chaucerian (Middle) oon two thré fowre five syxe/sexe sevene eighte nyne ten
Yola oane twye dhree vowér veeve zeese zebbem ayght neene dhen
Scots nocht ane twa three fower five sax seiven aicht nine ten eleiven twal thirteen/thritteen fowerteen fifteen saxteen seiventeen aichteen nineteen twinty
English zero / nil / nought one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty
Frisian, Old ?n/?n tw?ne/tw? thr?/thri? fi?wer f?f sex sigun achta/echta nigun/niugun/niogen ti?n/t?ne/t?ne andlova/alleva/elleva twelif/twelef thret?ne fi?wert?ne f?ft?ne sext?ne *sigunt?ne *achtat?ne nigunt?ne twentig/twintich
Frisian, North[18] iinj tou tri fjouer fiiw seeks soowen oocht nüügen tiin alwen tweelwen tratäin fjouertäin füftäin seekstäin soowentäin oochttäin nüügentäin twunti
Frisian, West[19] nul ien twa trije fjouwer fiif seis sân acht njoggen tsien alve tolve trettjin fjirjin fyftjin sechtjin santjin achtjin njoggentjin tweintich
Frisian, Saterland[20] een two tjo fjauer fieuw säks soogen oachte njuugen tjoon alwen tweelich trättien fjautien füüftien säkstien soogentien achttien njuugentien twintich
Low Franconian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Dutch, Old ?n tw?ne (m)/
tw?
thri/*thrie *viuwar/*fior/fier finf/uinf/v?f sehs/*ses sivon ahto neun/nigun tiene *ellef *twelif/*twalif *thritian *fiortian *f?ftian *sestian *sivontian *ahtotian *niguntian *tw?ntig
Dutch, Middle êen twee/twe dri (m)/
drie (f)
vier vijf ses seven acht(e) n?gen tien ellef/elf twelef/tweelf/twalef/twaelf dertene/dertiene viertien/veertien vijftien sestien seventien achtetien/achttien neghentien twintich/twintech
Afrikaans[21] nul een twee drie vier vyf ses sewe agt nege tien elf twaalf dertien veertien vyftien sestien sewentien agtien negentien twintig
Dutch nul
[n?l]
één
[e:n]
twee
[t?e:]
drie
[dri]
vier
[vir]
vijf
[v?if]
zes
[z?s]
zeven
[ze:v?n]
acht
[?xt] or [?çt]
negen
[ne:n] or
[ne:n]
tien
[tin]
elf
[?lf]
twaalf
[t?a:lf]
dertien
[d?rtin]
veertien
[ve:rtin]
vijftien
[v?iftin]
zestien
[z?stin]
zeventien
[ze:v?ntin]
achttien
[?xtin] or [?çtin]
negentien
[ne:ntin] or
[ne:ntin]
twintig
[tnt]
West Flemish ièn twiè drie viere vuvve zèsse z?vne achte n?gne tiene
Limburgish nöl ein twie drie veer vief zès zeve ach neuge teen
Low German languages (West Germanic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old Saxon ên twêne thria fiuwar fîf sehs si?un ahto nigun tehan elle?an tw?lif thriutein fiuwartein fîftein sehstein si?untein ahtotein niguntein twêntig
Middle Low German ein twene drê vêr vîf ses sêvene achte negen tein elven twelf drêtein vêrtein vîftein sestein seventein achtetein nêgentein twintich
Low German null een twee dree veer fiev söss söven acht negen tein ölven twölv dörtein veertein fofftein sösstein söventein achttein negentein twintig
Plautdietsch[22] null eent twee dree vea fiew sass säwen acht näajen tieen alf twalf drettieen vieetieen feftieen sastieen säwentieen achttieen näajentieen twintich
Saxon, Northern Low null een twee dree veer fief söß söven acht negen teihn ölven twölf dörteihn veerteihn föffteihn sößteihn söventeihn achtteihn negenteihn twintig
Gronings nul aine twije drije vaaier vief zès zeuven aacht negen tien èlven twolven darttien vatien vieftien zèstien zeuventien aachttien negentien twinneg
High German languages (West Germanic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old High German ein zwâ drî fior fimf sehs sibun ahto niun zehan einlif zwelif drîzehan fiorzehan fimfzehan sehszehan sibunzehan ahtozehan niunzehan zweinzug
Middle High German ein zw?ne dr?e vier fünf sëhs siben ahte niun zëhen eilif zwelf dr?zëhen vierzëhen fünfzëhen sëhszëhen sibenzëhen ahtzëhen niunzëhen zweinzic
German About this soundlisten  null
[n?l]
eins
[a?ns]
zwei, zwo
[tsva?; tsvo:]
drei
[d?a?]
vier
[fi:]
fünf
[f?nf]
sechs
[z?ks]
sieben
[zi:bn?]
acht
[axt]
neun
[nn]
zehn
[tse:n]
elf
[?lf]
zwölf
[tsvoelf]
dreizehn
['d?a?tse:n]
vierzehn
['ftse:n]
fünfzehn
['f?nftse:n]
sechzehn
['s?çtse:n]
siebzehn
['zi:ptse:n]
achtzehn
['axtse:n]
neunzehn
['nntse:n]
zwanzig
['tsvants?ç]
Yiddish
nul
?
eyns

tsvey
?
dray
?
fir

finf
?
zeks
?
zibn
?
akht
?
nayn

tsen

elf

tsvelf

draytsn

fertsn
?
fuftsn

zekhtsn

zibetsn

akhtsn

nayntsn

tsvantsik
German, Pennsylvania[23] eens zwee drei vier fimf sex siwwe acht nein/neine zeh elf zwelf dreizeh vazeh fuffzeh sechzeh siwwezeh achtzeh neinzeh zwansich
Luxembourgish[24] eent zwee dräi véier fënnef sechs siwen aacht néng zéng eelef zwielef dräizéng véierzéng fofzéng siechzéng siwwenzéng uechtzéng nonzéng zwanzeg
Pfaelzisch oans zwoa drei viare fümpfe sex siem/sibm åchde nein zehn/zéchen
Silesian, Lower ans zwie drei vier fümf sechs siewa/sieba acht nåin zeha
Bavarian[25] null/nui oas zwoa drei fiare fimfe sechse sieme åchte neine zene öife zwöife dreizea fiazea fuchzea sechzea sibzea åchzea neizea zwånzge
Cimbrian òan zbeen drai viar vüf sèks siban acht naün zègan
Swabian oes zwoe droe vier fümf sechs siibe acht noen zaen
Alemannic[26] ei (m/f)
eis (n)
zwe (m)
zwo (f)
zwöi/zwei (n)
drei (m/f)
drü (n)
vier foif/föif/füüf sächs siibe/sibe acht nüün zäh euf zwüof dryzäh vierzäh füfzäh sächszäh sibezäh achtzäh nüünzäh zwänzg
Alsatian[27] eins zwei drèï viar femf sex sewwa ååcht nîn zeh elf zwelf drize viarze fùffze sæchze sewweze åchtze nînze zwånzig
North Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Norse, Old einn tveir þrír fjórir fimm sex sjau átta níu tíu ellifu tólf þrettán fjórtán fimtán sextán sjaután,
sjautján
átján nítján tuttugu
Norse, Old (East) (with long-branch and short twig runes)

æinn


tvæi?
?
?
þr


fj?ri?


f?m


sæx


sj?


?tta


n?u


t?u
*
*
*ællifu
*?
*?
*t?lf
*
*
*þrætt?n
*?
*?
*fj?rt?n
*
*
*f?mt?n
*
*
*sæxt?n
*
*
*sj?t?n
*?
*?
*?tt?n
*
*
*n?t?n
*
*
*tjugu
Icelandic, Old einn tueir þrír fiórer fimm sex siau átta nío tío
Icelandic núll einn (m)
ein (f)
eitt (n)
tveir (m)
tvær (f)
tvö (n)
þrír (m)
þrjár (f)
þrjú (n)
fjórir (m)
fjórar (f)
fjögur (n)
fimm sex sjö átta níu tíu ellefu tólf þrettán fjórtán fimmtán sextán sautján átján nítján tuttugu
Faroese null ein (m & f)
eitt (n)
einir (m.pl)
einar (f.pl)
eini (n.pl)
tveir (m)
tvær (f)
tvey (n)


trý (n)
fýra fimm seks sjey átta níggju tíggju ellivu tólv trettan fjúrtan fimtan sekstan seytjan átjan nítjan tjúgu
Norn en twa tre føre/få siks sju ni ti
Dalecarlian ienn twer trair fiuärer fem sjäks sju åtta niu tiu ellivu tólv trettan fjúrtan fimtan sekstan seytjan átjan nítjan tjúgu
Norwegian, Bokmål null en (m)
ei (f)
ett (n)
to tre fire fem seks sju / syv åtte ni ti elleve tolv tretten fjorten femten seksten sytten atten nitten tjue
Norwegian, Nynorsk null éin (m)
éi (f)
eitt (n)
to tre (tri) fire fem seks sju åtte ni ti elleve tolv tretten fjorten femten seksten sytten atten nitten tjue
Norwegian, Høgnorsk null ein (m)
ei (f)
eitt (n)
tvo (m & f)
tvau (n)
tri (m & f)
try (n)
fjore (m & n)
fjora (f)
fem seks sjau åtta nio tio elleve tolv trettan fjortan femtan sekstan syttan attan nittan tjuge
Danish, Old en (et) twa (tu) thre (thry) fiuræ fæm sæx siu attæ ni ti ællefue tolf thrættan fiurtan fæmtan sæxtan siutan attan nittan tiughu
Danish nul en (et) to tre fire fem seks syv otte ni ti elleve tolv tretten fjorten femten seksten sytten atten nitten tyve
Jamska ein (m)
ei (f)
eitt (n)
tvo tri fyyr/fyre fem seks sju åått/åtte ni ti elluv trettan fjorttan femtan sekstan sjuttan nittan tjugu
Swedish, Old ?n, ?t tw?(r), tw?r, t? þr?(r), þr?a(r), þr? fi?ri(r), fi?ra(r), fiughur f?m sæx si? ?tta n?o t?o ællivu tolf þrætt?n fiughurt?n f?m(p)tan sæxt?n si?t?n atert?n n?t?n tiughu
Swedish noll en (ett) två tre fyra fem sex sju åtta nio tio elva tolv tretton fjorton femton sexton sjutton arton nitton tjugo

Italic languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Italic *oinos *du? *tr?s,
*trins
*k?ettw?r *k?enk?e *seks *septem *okt? *nowen,
*nowem
*dekem *w?gent?
Oscan
VINVS

DVS
?
TRIS

PETORA
-
POMPE-
*?
*SEHS
*
*SEFTEN
*?
*VHTO
*
*NVVEN
*
*DEKEN
Umbrian (Italic)
VNS

TVF
?
TRIF
-
PETVR-
-
PVMPE-
?-
SEHS-
*
*NVVIM
*
*DESEM
Faliscan
DV
?
TRIS
*
*CVICVE

ZEX
*
*ZEPTEN
?
OCTV
*
*NEVEN
Latin, Old ,
OINOS, OENVS
, ?
DVO, DVOS
?, ?,
TRES, TRIS
?(?), ?(?)
Q(V)ATVOR, Q(V)ATBOR
?(?)(?)?, ?(?)(?)?
Q(V)ENQ(V)E, Q(V)INQ(V)E

SEX

SEPTEM
?
OCTO
*
*NOVEN

DECEM
*?
*VIGENTI
Latin, Classical (NVLLVS, NVLLA, NVLLVM)
(n?llus, n?lla, n?llum)
VNVS, VNA, VNVM
?nus, ?na, ?num
DVO, DVAE, DVO
duo, duae, duo
TRES, TRIA
tr?s, tria
QVATTVOR
quattuor
QVINQVE
qu?nque
SEX
sex
SEPTEM
septem
OCTO
oct?
NOVEM
novem
DECEM
decem
VNDECIM
?ndecim
DVODECIM
duodecim
TREDECIM
tredecim
QVATTVORDECIM
quattuordecim
QVINDECIM
qu?ndecim
SEDECIM
s?decim
SEPTENDECIM
septendecim
DVODEVIGINTI
duod?v?gint?
VNDEVIGINTI
?nd?v?gint?
VIGINTI
v?gint?
Romance languages (Italic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Latin, Vulgar *nullus, *nulla, *nullo *unus, *una, *uno *duo(s), *dvi *tres *quattor, *quat(t)ro *cinque *ses *septe *octo *nove *dece *undeci *duodeci *tredeci *quattordeci *quindeci *sedeci,
*dece (ac/et) ses
*dece (ac/et) septe *dece (et) octo *dece (ac/et) nove *vi(i)nti
South Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sardinian[28] zeru unu duos tres battoro chimbe ses sette otto noe deghe úndagi dóghi tréchi batódighi bíndhichi sédichi decassète decheòto decannòbe bínti
Sardinian, Logudorese unu duos tres báttor chimbe ses sette otto noe deghe
East Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Romanian zero unu, una doi, dou? trei patru cinci ?ase ?apte opt nou? zece unsprezece doisprezece treisprezece paisprezece cincisprezece ?aisprezece ?aptesprezece optsprezece nou?sprezece dou?zeci
Istro-Romanian ur doi trei påtru ?in? ?åse ?åpte opt, osan devet deset, zå?e
Aromanian unu doi trei patru tinti shase shapte optu noaua date
Megleno-Romanian unu doi trei patru ?in?i ?asi ?apti uopt nou ze?i
Italo-Dalmatian languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Dalmatian join doi tra cuatro ?enc si siapto vapto nu dic jonco dotco tretco cuarco ?onco setco dichisapto dichidapto dichinú ven?
Istriot oûn dui tri quatro sinque seîe siete uoto nuve gize
Italian zero
['dz?ro]
uno
['uno]
due
['due]
tre
[tre]
quattro
['kwat:ro]
cinque
['t?i?kwe]
sei
['s?i]
sette
['s?t:e]
otto
['?t:o]
nove
['n?ve]
dieci
['djet?i]
undici
['undit?i]
dodici
['dodit?i]
tredici
['tredit?i]
quattordici
[kwa't:?rdit?i]
quindici
['kwindit?i]
sedici
['sedit?i]
diciassette
[dit?a's:?t:e]
diciotto
[di'tt:o]
diciannove
[dit?a'n:?ve]
venti
['venti]
Corsican[29] zeru unu, una dui, duie trè quattru cinque séi sétte óttu nóve déce òndeci dòdeci trèdeci quattòrdeci quindeci sèdeci dicessétte dicióttu dicennóve vinti
Umbrian (Romance) unu dui trè quattru cénque séi sétte òtto nòe dèsce
Neapolitan uno, auno ruje, ddoje treje quatto cingo sèje sètte otte nove riece ùnnece dùdece trìrece quattuórdece quíndece sìrece diciessette diceotto dicennove vìnte
Sicilian unu dui tri quattru cincu sie setti ottu novi deci
Gallo-Italian languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Emilio-Romagnolo vón du trì cuatar sinc s?s sét ót n?v d?z
Genoese ün, ün-a duî, dùe tréi, trèe cuatru sincue sète ötu nööve dêxe
Ligurian un doì trei quattro çinque sei sette euttu neuve dexe
Lombard[30] vun duu trii quatter cinqu ses sett vott noeuv des vundes dodes tredes quattordes quindes sedes dersett desdott desnoeuv vint
Milanese vun, voeuna duu, dò trii, trè quatter cinq sès sètt vòtt noeuf dès
Piedmontese ün trè quatr sinc sés sèt öt nöu dés
Venetian[31] xero on do tri cuatro sinque sié sete oto nóve diéxe óndexe dódexe trédexe quatòrdexe quìndexe sédexe disete disdoto disnóve vinti
Rhaeto-Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Friulian[32] zero un, une doi, dôs trê cuatri cinc sîs siet vot nûf dîs undis dodis tredis cutuardis cuindis sedis disesiet disevot disenûf vincj
Ladin[33] un doi trei cater cinch sies set ot nuef diesc undesc dodesc tredesc catordesc chindesc seidesc dejesset dejedot dejeneuf vint
Sursilvan in, ina dus, duas treis quater tschun sis siat otg nov diesch
Sutsilvan egn, egna dus, duas tres quater tschentg sis seat otg nov diesch endesch dudesch tredesch quitordesch quendesch sedesch gisseat schotg schenev veintg
Surmiran egn, egna dus treis catter tschintg seis set otg nov diesch
Vallader un, una duos trais quatter tschinch ses set ot nouv desch
Puter un, una duos trais quatter tschinch ses set och nouv desch
Rumantsch Grischun[34] nulla in, ina dus, duas trais quatter tschintg sis set otg nov diesch indesch dudesch tredesch quattordesch quindesch sedesch deschset deschdotg deschnov ventg
Franco-Provençal languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Franco-Provençal zérô yon, yena dos, doves três quatro cinq siéx sèt huit diéx
Langues d'oïl (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
French, Old un deus treis, trois catre, quatre cinc sis septe, set uit nuof, nuef, noef diz, dis unze duze, doze treize catorze, quatorze quinze, quinse seize, seze, sesse diz-septe, disept diz-uit, disoet diz-nuof, disnoef vint
French zéro
[ze]
un (m)
une (f)
[oe?]; [yn]
deux
[dø]
trois
[t?w?]
quatre
[kat?]
cinq
[sk]
six
[sis]
sept
[s?t]
huit
[?it]
neuf
[noef]
dix
[dis]
onze douze treize quatorze quinze seize dix-sept dix-huit dix-neuf vingt
Norman zéro eun déeus treis quate chin syis set huit neu dyis
Guernésiais iun daeux treis quatre chinq six saept huit neuf dix onze douze treize quatorze tchinze seize dix-saept dix-huit dix-neuf vingt
Jèrriais[35] un, eune
iun, ieune
deux trais quat' chînq, chîntch, chîn six, siex, siêx sept huit neuf, neu dgix, dgiex onze douze treize quatorze tchînze seize dgiêx-sept dgiêx-huit dgiêx-neuf vîngt
Picard un, eune deu trouo kat chink sis siet uit neuf dich onze dousse trèsse quatore tchinse sèse dis-sèt dis-uit dis-neu vint
Walloon[36] zérô onk / one deus troes cwate cénk shîjh set ût noûv dîjh onze doze traze catoize cwinze saze dîjh-set dîjh-hût dîjh-noûv vint
Occitano-Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old Occitan un d?s tr?s catre cinc seis s?t ?ch n?u, nau d?tz, d?i ?nge, ?nze d?tze treze cat?rze quinze seize d?tz-e-s?t d?tz-e-?ch d?tz-e-n?u vint
Aranese un,ua dus, dues tres quate cinc sies sèt ueit nau dètz
Auvergnat[37] (i-)un dos, doàs tres quatre cinc seis sete (v)ueit nòu detz
Catalan[38] zero u/un, una dos, dues tres quatre cinc sis set vuit/huit nou deu onze dotze tretze catorze quinze setze disset divuit dinou vint
Gascon un, ua dus, duas tres quate cinc shèis sèt ueit nau dètz
Languedocien zèro un, una dos, doas tres quatre cinc sièis sèt uèch nòu dètz
Limousin un dos, doas tres quatre cinc sieis set uech nòu dietz
Provençal zero un, una dos, doas tres quatre cinc sièis sèt uèch
uéit
vuèch
uòch
nòu dètz
West Iberian languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Galician-Portuguese/
Portuguese-Galician
(h)?u (m)
(h)?a (f)

duas (f)
tres quatro cinquo/cinque seys/seis sete oito/outo nove deç/dez/des onze doze treze quatorze quinze dezeseys dezesete dezeoito dezenove vinte/vynte/viinte
Asturian[39] ceru un, una dous, dúas tres cuatru cincu seis siete ochu nueve diez once doce trece catorce quince deciséis decisiete deciocho decinueve venti
Eonavian[40] un dous tres cuatro cinco seis sete oito nove dez once doce trece catorce quince dazaseis dazasete dazaoito dazanove vinte
Galician[41] cero un (m)
unha (f)
dous (m)
dúas (f)
tres catro cinco seis sete oito nove dez once doce trece catorce quince dezaseis dezasete dezaoito dezanove vinte
Portuguese zero
[zu]
um (m)
uma (f)
[um; um?]
dois/dous (m)
duas (f)
[dois; dous;
duas]
três
[t?es]
quatro
[kw?t?u]
cinco
[s?ku]
seis
[ses]
sete
BP: [s?t?i]
EP: [s?t?]
oito
[?jtu]
nove
[n?v(i)]
dez
[d?z]
onze doze treze quatorze quinze dezesseis dezessete dezoito dezenove vinte
Leonese cero ún dos trés cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez
Mirandese zero un, ?a dous, dues trés quatro cinco seis siête uito nuôbe dieç
Old Spanish uno, un, una dos tres quatro cinco seys siete ocho nuef diez onze doze treze catorze quinze sedze/seze,
dizeseis
dizesiete dizeocho dizenuef veynte
Spanish cero
PS: [?e?o]
AmS: [se?o]
uno (isolate)
un (m)
una (f)
[uno; un; una]
dos
[dos]
tres
[t?es]
cuatro
[kwat?o]
cinco
PS: [?i?ko]
AmS: [si?ko]
seis
[seis]
siete
[sjete]
ocho
[ot?o]
nueve
[nwe?e]
diez
PS: [dje?]
AmS: [djes]
once doce trece catorce quince dieciséis diecisiete dieciocho diecinueve veinte
Ladino
zyro

unu

do

tre
?
cuatru

sincu
?
sex

sieti
?
ochu

muevi
?
dies
Mozarabic-Pyrenean languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Mozarabic ?
uno

dox

trex

quatro

chinco
?
xaix
?
xebte

oito
*
*nofe

diex
Aragonese zero un/uno dos tres cuatro/cuatre zinco/zingo seis/sais siete/siet güeito/ueito nueu diez

Greek language

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Greek/Proto Hellenic *hens *dúw? *tréyes *k?étwores *pénk?e *hwéks *hept *okt? *ennéw? *dék? *ew?k?ti
Greek, Mycenaean
eme

duwou/dwo

tris

qetoro

peqe
?
fh?ks

ennewo
Greek, Attic
m?dén
?'


?'

dú?
?'
, ?
treis, tria
?'
, ?
téttares, téttara
?'

pénte
?'

héx
?'
?
heptá
?'
?
okt?
?'

ennéa
?'
?
déka
'

héndeka
'

d?deka
'

treiskaídeka
'

téttares kaì déka
'

pentekaídeka
'

hekkaídeka
'

heptakaídeka
'

okt?kaídeka
'

enneakaídeka
?'
(?)
eíkosi(n)
Greek, Koine (h)is
mía
én

dýo
, ?
treîs, tría
, ?
téssares, téssara

pénte

(h)ex
?
(h)epta
?
okt?

ennéa
?
déka

(h)éndeka

d?deka

dekatría

dekatessares

dekapénte

dekaéx

dekaeptá

dekaokt?

dekaennéa

eíkosi
Greek,Modern DemoticAbout this soundListen 
midén
? énas
mia
ena

dýo
, ?
tris, tría
(?), ?
tésseris, téssera

pénde

éxi
?
eftá
?, ?
ochtó, októ

ennéa
?
déka

énteka

dódeka

dekatría

dekatéssera

dekapénte
?
dekaéxi

dekaeptá

dekaokhtó dekaoktó

dekaennéa

eíkosi
Calabrian èna dìo trìa tèssera pènde èzze està ostò ennèa dèka

Baltic languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Balto-Slavic *ai?nas *duw? *tríjes *ketures *penke *?é? *septin *a?t? *newin *de?imt *dwide?imt
Prussian, Old a?ns dw?i trijan keturj?i p?nkj?i uai *sept?njai *ast?njai *new?njai des?mtan *a?nadesimt *dw?inadesimt *tr?snadesimt *ketturnadesimt *p?nknadesimt *u?nadesimt *septinnadesimt *ast?nadesimt *new?nadesimt *dwiddesimts
Lithuanian nulis vienas du trys keturi penki ?e?i septyni a?tuoni devyni de?imt vienuolika dvylika trylika keturiolika penkiolika ?e?iolika septyniolika a?tuoniolika devyniolika dvide?imt
Latgalian v?ns div treis ?etri p?ci se?i septeni ostoni deveni desmit v?npadsmit divpadsmit treispadsmit ?etrpadsmit p?cpadsmit se?padsmit septe?padsmit osto?padsmit deve?padsmit divdesmit
Latvian nulle viens divi tr?s ?etri pieci se?i septi?i asto?i devi?i desmit vienpadsmit divpadsmit tr?spadsmit ?etrpadsmit piecpadsmit se?padsmit septi?padsmit asto?padsmit devi?padsmit divdesmit

Slavic languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Slavic *edin? *d?va *tr?je *?etyre *p?t? *?est? *sedm? *osm? *dev?t? *des?t? *edin? na des?te *d?va na des?te *tr?je na des?te *?etyre na des?te *p?t? na des?te *?est? na des?te *sedm? na des?te *osm? na des?te *dev?t? na des?te *d?va des?te
East Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old East Slavic ,
odin?, odina
?, ?
d?va, d?v?
?,
trije, tri
,
?etyre, ?etyri
?
p?t?

?est?
?, ?
sem?, s?m?
?,
osm?, os?m?

dev?t?

d?s?t?

odinad?s?t?

d?vanad?s?t?

trinad?s?t?

?etyr?nad?s?t?
p?t?nad?s?t? ?
?est?nad?s?t?
,
sem?nad?s?t?, s?m?nad?s?t?

osm?nad?s?t?

dev?t?nad?s?t?
?
d?vad?s?t?
Belarusian
(?acinka)
?
nul'
(nul)

adzin

dva

try

?atyry
?
pjac'
(pia?)

?èsc'
(?es?)

sem
(siem)

vosem
(vosiem)
?
dzevjac'
(dzievia?)
?
dzesjac'
(dziesia?)

(adzinacca?)
?
(dvanacca?)
?
(trynacca?)

(?atyrnacca?)
?
(piatnacca?)
?
(?asnacca?)
?
(siemnacca?)

(vasiemnacca?)
?
(dzieviatnacca?)

(dvacca?)
Russian (listen) ?
nol'
['nol?]
?, ?, oo
odin, odna, odno
[?'d?in; ?d'na; ?d'no]
,
dva, dve
[dva; dv?e]

tri
[tr?i]

?etyre
[t't?r?e]
?
pyat'
['p?at?]

?est'
[?es?t?]
?
sem'
['s?em?]

vosem'
['vosm?]

devyat'
['d?evt?]

desyat'
['d?est?]

odinnadtsat'
?
dvenadtsat'
?
trinadtsat'

chetyrnadtsat'
?
pyatnadtsat'

?estnadtsat'
?
semnadtsat'

vosemnadtsat'

devyatnadtsat'

dvadtsat'
Ukrainian ?
nul'
?
odyn

dva

try

?otyry
?'
p'yat'
?i
?ist'
?i?
sim
?i?i?
visim
'
dev'yat'

desyat'
?
odynadtsyat'
?
dvanadtsyat'
?
trynadtsyat'

chotyrnadtsyat'
?'
p'yatnadtsyat'

?istnadtsyat'
?
simnadtsyat'

visimnadtsyat'
'
dev'yatnadtsyat'

dvadtsyat'
West Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Czech nula
[nula]
jeden
[j?d?n]
dva
[dva]
t?i
[tr]
?ty?i
[tt?r]
p?t
[pj?t]
?est
[st]
sedm
[s?dm?]
osm
[o?sm?]
dev?t
[d?.vj?t]
deset
[d?s?t]
jedenáct
[j?d?na:t?st]
dvanáct
[dvana:t?st]
t?ináct
[trna:t?st]
?trnáct
[ttr?na:t?st]
patnáct
[patna:t?st]
?estnáct
[stna:t?st]
sedmnáct
[s?dm?na:t?st]
osmnáct
[osm?na:t?st]
devatenáct
[d?vat?na:t?st]
dvacet
[dvat?s?t]
Kashubian nul jeden dwa trzë sztërë piãc szesc sétmë òsmë dzewiãc dzesãc
Polish zero
[z?r?]
jeden
[j?d?n]
dwa
[dva]
trzy
[t]
cztery
[t?t?r?]
pi
[p?jt?]
sze
[t?]
siedem
[dem]
osiem
[m]
dziewi
[dv?jt?]
dziesi
[dt?]
jedena?cie dwana?cie trzyna?cie czterna?cie pi?tna?cie szesna?cie siedemna?cie osiemna?cie dziewi?tna?cie dwadzie?cia
Slovak nula
[nula]
jeden
[j?d?n]
dva
[dva]
tri
[tr?]
?tyri
[?t?r?]
pä?
[p?c]
?es?
[sc]
sedem
[sm]
osem
[?s?m]
devä?
[v?c]
desa?
[sac]
jedenás? dvanás? trinás? ?trnás? pätnás? ?estnás? sedemnás? osemnás? devätnás? dvadsa?
Sorbian (Lower) jaden dwa t?i styri p ?es? sedym wósym ?ewje? ?ase?
Sorbian (Upper) jedyn dwaj t?i ?tyri pje? s? sydom wosom d?ewje? d?esa?
South Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Slavonic, Old Church ()
()
jedin? (jed?n?)
? (?)
? (?)
d?va (d?v?)
? (?, )
? (?, )
trije (tr?je, tri)
? (?)
()
?etyre (?etyri)
?
?
p?t?


?est?


sedm?
?,
?,
osm?, os?m?


dev?t?


des?t?


jedin? na des?te
?
?
d?va na des?te
?
?
tr?je na des?te
?

?etyre na des?te
?
?
p?t? na des?te


?est? na des?te


sedm? na des?te
?
?
osm? na des?te


dev?t? na des?te
?
?
d?va des?ti
Bulgarian ?
nula
?
edno

dve

tri

?etiri

pet
?
?est

sedem
?
osem

devet

deset
?
edinadeset
/
edinajset
?
dvanadeset
/
dvana?set
?
trinadeset
/
trinajset
?
?etirinadeset
/
?etirinajset
?
petnadeset
/
petnajset

?estnadeset
/?
?estnajset

sedemnadeset
/
sedemnajset

ocemnadeset
/?
osemnajset

devetnadeset
/
devetnajset

dvadeset
/?
dvajset
Macedonian ?
nula
?
eden

dva

tri

?etiri

pet
?
?est

sedum
?
osum

devet

deset

edinaeset

dvinaeset

trinaeset

?etirinaeset

petnaeset

?esnaeset

sedumnaeset
?
osumnaeset

devestnaeset
?
dvaeset
Serbo-Croatian ?
nula

jedan

dva

tri

?etiri

pet
?
?est

sedam
?
osam

devet

deset

jedanaest

dvanaest

trinaest

?etrnaest

petnaest

?esnaest
?
sedamnaest

osamnaest
?
devetnaest

dvadeset
Slovene ni? ena dve, dva tri ?tiri pet ?est sedem osem devet deset enajst dvanajst trinajst ?tirinajst petnajst ?estnajst sedemnajst osemnajst devetnajst dvajset

Indo-Aryan languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Indo-Iranian *Háykas/*Háywas *dwáH *tráyas *?atwras *pán?a *?wá *saptá *a?t *náwa(s) *dá?a *HwiH?ati
Proto-Indo-Aryan *Háykas/*Háywas *dwáH *tráyas *?atwras *pán?a *?wá *saptá *a? *náwa(s) *dá?a *HwiH?atí
Vedic Sanskrit áika(Later Vedic:eka) dv tráyas catvras páñca ?á? saptá á náva dá?a viatí
Prakrit ekk? d? ta? catt?ri pa?ca cha satta aa ?ava dasa vi?sadi
Ardhamagadhi Prakrit ege do tao cattaro pa?ca cha satta aha nava dasa v?saï
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Sanskrit
nya
? (n) / (m) / (f)
ekam / eka? / ek?
? (n) / ? (m) / ? (f)
dve / dvai / dv?

tri / traya? / tisra?
? (n) / ? (m) / (f)
catv?ri / catv?ra? / catasra?
?
pañca

?at
?
sapta
?
aa

nava

da?a

ek?da?a

dv?da?a
?
trayoda?a
?
caturda?a

pañcada?a
?
?o?a?a

saptada?a

aada?a
?


navada?a
?k?naviati
?naviáti

viati
Pali suññat? eka dve tayo catt?ro pañca cha satta aha nava dasa
rasa
lasa
?asa
ek?dasa dv?dasa
b?rasa
telasa
terasa
catuddasa
cuddasa
pañcadasa
paarasa
so?asa sattadasa
sattarasa
ahadasa
aharasa
ek?nav?sati v?sati
Hindi
nya
[?u:nj?]

?k
[e:k]

d?
[d?o:]

t?n
[t?i:n]

c?r
[ta:?]
?
p?n?c
[pã:t]

chah
[t?]

s?t
[sa:t?]

h
[a:]

nau
[n?:]

das
[ds]

gy?rah
[?ja:h]
?
b?rah
[ba:h]
?
t?rah
[t?e:h]
?
caudah
[t:dh]

pandrah
[pan?dah]
?
s?lah
[so:lah]

satrah
[satah]

a?h?rah
[a:h]

unn?s
[un:i:s]

b?s
[bi:s]
Urdu ?

[s?f?r]
?

[e:k]
?

[d?o:]
?

[t?i:n]
?

[ta:?]
?
?
[pã:t]
?

[t?]
?

[sa:t?]
?

[a:]
?

[n?:]


[ds]


[?ja:h]

?
[ba:h]

?
[t?e:h]

?
[t:dh]


[pan?dah]

?
[so:lah]

?
[satah]


[a:h]

?
[un:i:s]


[bi:s]
Marathi
nya
[?u:nj?]

?k
[e:k]

d?n
[d?o:n]

t?n
[t?i:n]

c?r
[t?sa:?]

p?n?c
[pa:nt?s]

sah?
[sa:]

s?t
[sa:t?]

h
[a:]

na?
[n?u:]

dah?
[da:]
?
?kar?
[?ka:]
?
b?r?
[ba:?a:]
?
t?r?
[te:?a:]
?
caud?
[tuda:]

pandhr?
[panda:]
?
so
[so:?a:]
?
satar?
[s?ta:]
?
a?har?
[a:]

?k?n?s
[e:ko:ni:s]

v?s
[?i:s]
Nepali
sunna

ek

dui

t?n

c?r
?
pc
?
chh?

s?t

h

nau

da?
?
egh?r

b?rha

terha

caudh

pandhra

sorha
?
satra
?
a?h?r
?
unn?is

b?s
Bhojpuri /?
sunn?/sefr

ek

du

t?n

c?r
?
p?ñc

chhe

s?t

h

nau

das
?
egy?rah
?
b?rah
?
terah
?
caudah
?
panrah
?
sorah
?
satrah

a?h?rah

unnais

b?s
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Assamese
xuinno
[xu?n:?]

ek
[?k]

dui
[du?]
?
tini
[tini]
?
sari
[sa?i]
?
pãs
[pas]

soy
[s?e]

xat
[xat]

ath
[at?]
?
no
[n?]

doh
[d]
?
egharo
[ar?]

baro
[ba]

tero
[t]

soidhdho
[sdd]

pündhoro
[p?nd?]

xüllo
[x?l:?]
?
xütoro
[x?t]

üthoro
[?t?]
?
unois
[uns]

bis
[bis]
Bengali
sh?n'ya
[?un:o]

êk
[æk]

dui
[d?uj]

tin
[t?in]

car
[ta?]
?
pãc
[pãt]

chhoe
[t?e]

shat
[?at?]

a?
[a?]

noe
[n?e]

dôsh
[d]
?
êgarô
[æ?aro]

barô
[baro]

terô
[tero]

coddô
[tod?:o]
?
pônerô
[p?nero]

sholô
[?olo]
?
shôterô
[tero]
?
a?harô
[aaro]
?
unish
[uni?]

bish
[bi?]
Chakma æk d?ui t?in ter p?at? t? tat? ait?t?o n? dt æ?ar?
Sylheti ?

shuinno
?

ex
?

dui
?

tin
?
?
sair
?

fas
d

soe
?
/
shat/hat
?

a?
?

noe


dosh


egaro

?
baro

?
tero


souddo

?
fondo
?d

shullo


shotro


a?aro


unnish


bish
Rohingya ?
sifír
?
ek
?
dui
?
tin
?
sair
?
fañs
?
?
háñt
?
añctho
?
no
doc egaro baró teró soiddó fundóroh cúlloh háñtaroh/cáñtaroh añçároh unnúic kuri/bic
Gujarati ?

nya
?

?k
?

b?
?
?
tra?
?

c?r
?
?
p?n?c
?
?
cha
?

s?t
?

h
?

nav


das


agiy?r


b?r


t?r


caud

?
pandar


s


sattar

?
a?h?r


?gas


v?s
Odia ?

n?a
?

eka
?

dui
?
?
tini
?
?
c?ri
?

p?ñca
?

cha'a
?

s?ta
?

ha
?

na'a


da?a

?
eg?ra


b?ra


tera


cauda


pandara

?
?oha?a


satara


a?hara


ei?a


ko?ie
Punjabi ?
?

sifar
?


ikk
?


do
?
?

tinn
?


ch?r
?


pañj
?


chh?
?


satt
?


ah
?


nau?



das



gi?r?

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Burgenland Romani nischta jek duj trin schtar pantsch schov efta ofto enja desch
Romani
(Pan-Vlax)
jex duj trin ?tar pand? ?ov efta oxto inja de? de?-u-jek de?-u-duj de?-u-trin de?-u-?tar de?-u-pand? de?-u-?ov de?-efta de?-oxto de?-inja bi?
Saraiki hik du tre char punj cheeh sett atth naunh dah
Sinhala
nyaya

eka

deka

thuna

hathara

paha

haya

hatha

a?a

navaya

dahaya

eko?aha
?
do?aha

dahatuna

dahahatara

paha?ova
?
dahasaya
?
dahahata
?
dahaa?a

dahanavaya

vissa
Sindhi
buri

hik

bah

teh
?
chaar

panj

chah
?
sath
?
ath
?
nav

deh
?
yaaraa
?
baaraa
?
teraa

chodaa

pandraa

soraa
?
satraa
?
araa

urnvih

vih

Iranian languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Proto-Iranian *Háywah *dwáH/*duw? *?ráyah *?a?wrah *pán?a *?wá? *haptá/*hafta *a?ta *nawa *dá?a/*da?a *HwiH?ati
Old Persian
aiva-
*
*duva

çi-
*?
*?ah?r
*
*pan?a
*
*x?a?
*
*hafta
*
*a?ta
*
*nava
*
*da?a
*
*vati
Avestan
a?va
[ae:va]
?
dva
[dva]

?ri
[?ri]

?a?var
[taðvar]

paa
[panta]

xva?
[x?va?]

hapta
[hapta]
?
a?ta
[a?ta]

nava
[nava]
?
dasa
[dasa]
?
a?va?dasa
[ae:vandasa]

dvadasa
[dvadasa]
?
?ridasa
[?ridasa]

?a?rudasa
[taðrudasa]

paadasa
[pantadasa]
?
xva?dasa
[x?va?dasa]

haptadasa
[haptadasa]

a?tadasa
[a?tadasa]

navadasa
[navadasa]
?
v?saiti
[vi:sa?ti]
Middle Persian ?w, ?k, yak d? s? ?ah?r panz ?a? haft ha?t n? dah w?st
Parthian ?w d? hr? ?af?r pan? ?wah haft ha?t nah das
Sogdian ?w /(?)?w(a) r?, ?atf?r pan? uxu?u t(a) t(a) naw(a) ?as(a)
Khwarezmian ?yw
*?w
w ?y cf?r pnc ?x d t
*
s
Pashto (Kandahar)
[j?w]

[dw?]

[dre]
?
[ts?'lor]
?
[pin'dz?]

[?p]
?
[u'w?]

[?'t?]

[n?]

[l?s]

[j?'wol?s]
?
['dw?l?s]

[di?r'l?s]

['t?sw?rl?s]

['p?nd?z?l?s]

['?ps]
?
[u'w?l?s]
?
[?'t?l?s]
?
['nul?s]

[l]
Hazara j?g du se tr p?n(d) (?)?ft (?)t no d? j?zd? dzd? sezd? t?rd? pozd? ?ozd? (?)?vd? (?)d? nozd? bist
Kurdish, Kurmanji sifir/zîro yek çwar pênj ?e? hewt/heft he?t no/neh de/deh yanzdeh dwanzdeh sêzdeh çardeh panzdeh ?anzdeh hivdeh hijdeh nozdeh bîst
Zazakî sifir yew di hîrê çar panc ?e? hewt he?t new des yewendes diwês hîrês çarês pancês ?îyês hewtês he?tês newês vîst
Persian (with Nasta?l?q script)

sefr


yek


do


se
?
?
cahâr


panj


?e?


haft


ha?t


noh


dah


yâzdah


davâzdah


sizdah


cahârdah


pânzdah


?ânzdah
?
?
hefdah
?
?
hejdah


nuzdah
?
?
bist
Tajik ?
sifr

yak

du
ce
se
,
çor, çahor
?
panj

?a?
?
haft
?
ha?t

n?h

dah
Balochi yakk do sey ?ár pan? ?a? hapt ha?t noh dah
Ossetian
iw

dywwæ
ææ
ærtæ

cyppar

fondz
ææ?
æxsæz

avd

ast

farast
?æ?
dæs
Parachi d? r p?n? x? h?t t n? d?s
Shughni (?)
(y)?w
?
?iy?n
?
aray

cav?r
?
p?nj
?
x

w?vd

w?x?t

n?w
?
s
Yaghnobi ?
?

d?

saráy

tafór
?
pan?

ux?

avd

a?t

naw

das
Gilaki[42] s?fr i, y?k du s? r p?nj ?i? haf ha? no d? yazd? d?vazd? sizd? ård? ponzd? ?onzd? hivd? hijd? nuzd? bist

Tocharian languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Tocharian *?ë *tuwó *tr'äi *?ätw?rä *p'äñ?ä *?aks *?äptä *óktä *ñuwä? *dzäkä(n)
Tocharian A sas wu tre ?twar päñ ?äk ?pät okät ñu ?äk ?äk-?api ?äk-wepi ?äk-täry?pi ?äk-päñpi ?äk-?äkpi ?äk-okätpi wiki
Tocharian B ?e wi trai ?twer pi? ?kas ?ukt okt ñu ?ak ?ak-?e ?ak-wi ?ak-trai ?ak-?twer ?ak-pi? ?ak-?kas ?ak-?uk ?ak-okt ?ak-ñu ikä?

Sino-Tibetan languages

Sinitic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Sino-Tibetan+
?
*k-tyig
?
*k-nyis
?
*k-t'um
?
*p-li
?
*p-?a/*l-?a
?
*t-r'uk/*k-r'uk
?
*s.Nis
?
*t-r'iat
?
*t-kua
?
*N-tsub(?)
?
Old Chinese
(Zhengzhang Shangfang 2003)
*re:?
?
*qlig
?
*njis
?
*su:m
?
*hljids
?
*?a:?
?
*rug
?
*snid
?
*pre:d
?
*ku?
?
*gjub
?
Old Chinese
(Baxter-Sagart 2014)
*[r]?i?
?
*?i[t]
?
*ni[j]-s
?
*s.rum
?
*s.li[j]-s
?
*C.a?
?
*k.ruk
?
*[ts?]i[t]
?
*p?ret
?
*[k]u?
?
*t.[?]?p
?
Middle Chinese
(Bernard Karlgren)
*lie?
?
*?it
?
*i
?
*s?m
?
*si
?
*?uo
?
*li?uk
?
*ts?it
?
*pat
?
*kiu
?
*?ip
?
Middle Chinese
(Wang Li)
*lie?
?
*t
?
*i
?
*s?m
?
*si
?
*?u
?
*l?uk
?
*tst
?
*pæt
?
*ku
?
*p
?
Middle Chinese
(Li Rong)
*le?
?
*?i?t
?
*?i
?
*s?m
?
*si
?
*?o
?
*liuk
?
*ts?i?t
?
*p?t
?
*kiu
?
*?i?p
?
Middle Chinese
(Shao Rongfen)
*l
?
*?jet
?
*j?
?
*s?m
?
*sj?
?
*?o
?
*liuk
?
*ts?j?t
?
*pæt
?
*ki?u
?
*d?iep
?
Middle Chinese
(Zhengzhang Shangfang)
*le?
?
*?i?t
?
*?i?
?
*s?m
?
*si?
?
*?uo
?
*l?uk
?
*ts?i?t
?
*pt
?
*k?u
?
*d?i?p
?
Middle Chinese
(Pan Wuyun)
*le?
?
*?it
?
*?i
?
*s?m
?
*si
?
*?uo
?
*liuk
?
*ts?it
?
*p?æt
?
*kiu
?
*d?ip
?
Middle Chinese
(Edwin Pulleyblank)
*l?j?
?
*?it
?
*?i
?
*sam
?
*si
?
*
?
*luwk
?
*ts?it
?
*pt
?
*kuw
?
*d?ip
?
Middle Chinese
(Baxter)
*leng
?
*?jit
?
*nyijH
?
*sam
?
*sijH
?
*nguX
?
*ljuwk
?
*tshit
?
*p?t
?
*kjuwX
?
*dzyip
?
Mandarin Chinese 0 1 2? 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Standard Mandarin li?35
líng
?
i55
y?
?
51/li214
èr/li?ng
?/?
sän55
s?n
?
s?51

?
u214
w?
?
li51
liù
?
ti55
q?
?
55
b?
?
t?i214
ji?
?
35
shí
?
Northeastern Mandarin li?35
líng
?
i55
y?
?
51/lia214
èr/li?
?/?
sän55/sä55
s?n/s?
?/?
s?51

?
u214
w?
?
li51
liù
?
ti55
q?
?
55
b?
?
t?i214
ji?
?
35
shí
?
Qingdao dialect
(Jiao-Liao Mandarin)
li?42
?
i55
?
?42/lia55
?/?
213
?
s?42
?
u55
?
lio42
?
ti55
?
pa55
?
t?io55
?
42
?
Yantai dialect
(Jiao-Liao Mandarin)
li?31
?
i53
?
?55/lia214
?/?
san31
?
s?55
?
u214
?
liu55
?
ti214
?
pa214
?
ciu214
?
?i55
?
Dungan / Tungan
(Zhongyuan Mandarin)
lin24
ji24
?44/li51
/
sæ?24
s?44
wu51
liou44
ti44
pa44
t?iou51
24
Chengdu dialect
(Southwestern Mandarin)
lin21
?
ji21
?
?213/li42
?/?
sæ?45
?
s?213
?
v?42
?
lu21
?
ti21
?
pa21
?
t?i?u42
?
s?21
?
Wuhan dialect
(Southwestern Mandarin)
lin213
?
i213
?
?35/li42
?/?
san55
?
s?35
?
u42
?
l?u213
?
ti213
?
pa213
?
t?i?u42
?
s?213
?
Liuzhou dialect
(Southwestern Mandarin)
lien31
?
i31
?
?24/lia?53
?/?
55
?
s?24
?
u53
?
lu31
?
ti31
?
pa31
?
ki?u53
?
s?31
?
Leshan dialect
(Southwestern Mandarin)
lin21
?
ye?3
?
l?13/lia?52
?/?
45
?
s?13
?
vu42
?
l3
?
tie?3
?
pæ?3
?
t?i?u42
?
s3
?
Yangzhou dialect
(Lower Yangtze Mandarin)
lin35
?
i?4
?
a55/lia?42
?/?
sæ?21
?
s?55
?
?u42
?
l4
?
ti?4
?
pæ?4
?
t?i?42
?
s4
?
Hefei dialect
(Lower Yangtze Mandarin)
lin45
?
i5
?
a53/li213
?/?
sæ?21
?
s?53
?
?v?213
?
lu5
?
ti5
?
p5
?
t?i?213
?
5
?
Nanjing dialect
(Lower Yangtze Mandarin)
lin13
?
i?5
?
?44/liã212
?/?
31
?
s?44
?
u212
?
lu?5
?
ts?i?5
?
p5
?
t?i212
?
5
?
Nantong dialect
(Tong-Tai Mandarin)
l?n35
?
i?3
?
?42/li?55
?/?
s21
?
s?42
?
v?55
?
lo?5
?
t?3
?
p3
?
t?y55
?
s5
?
Rugao dialect
(Tong-Tai Mandarin)
li35
?
i4
?
?33/liã213
?/?
s?21
?
s?33
?
vu213
?
l5
?
ti4
?
pe?4
?
t?i?213
?
s5
?
Taizhou dialect
(Tong-Tai Mandarin)
ni?45
?
i3
?
?33/nia?213
?/?
s21
?
s?33
?
u213
?
n45
?
ti3
?
pæ?3
?
t?i213
?
s45
?
Jin Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Taiyuan dialect
(Bingzhou dialects)
li11
?
i2
?
?45/li53
?/?
sæ?11
?
s?45
?
vu53
?
li?u45/lu2
?
ti2
?
pa?2
?
t?i?u53
?
s54
?
Fenyang dialect
(Lüliang dialects)
lin22
?
i22
?
?53/lia312
?/?
324
?
s?53
?
u312
?
liou53
?
ti22
?
pa?22
?
t?iou312
?
s312
?
Wu Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Shanghainese
(Taihu Wu dialects)
lin23
lin
?
i5
ih
?
liã23/?i23
lian/nyi
?/?
s?52
se
?
s?34
sy
?
23
ng
?
lo?12
loh
?
ti5
chih
?
pa?5
pah
?
t?i?34
cieu
?
z12
zeh
?
Suzhou dialect
(Taihu Wu dialects)
lin223
lin
?
i43
ih
?
liã231/231
lian/nyi
?/?
s?44
se
?
s?523
sy
?
231
ng
?
lo?23
loh
?
ts?i43
tshih
?
po?43
poh
?
t?y52
cieu
?
z23
zeh
?
Hangzhou dialect
(Taihu Wu dialects)
l?n212
lin
?
i55
ih
?
li51/?231
'lian/'r
?/?
s?323
se
?
s?334
sy
?
u51
u
?
l12
loh
?
ti55
chih
?
p55
peh
?
t51
ciu
?
z12
zeh
?
Ningbo dialect
(Taihu Wu dialects)
l113
lin
?
i55
ih
?
liã113/?i113
lian/nyi
?/?
s?52
sae
?
s?52
sy
?
113
ng
?
l23
loh
?
ti55
chih
?
p55
pah
?
t325
cieu
?
z23
zoh
?
Wenling dialect
(Taizhou Wu dialects)
lin323
lin
?
i?55
ih
?
liã53/ni13
'lian/ni
?/?
s?434
sae
?
s?53
sy
?
31
'ng
?
lo?12
loh
?
ti?55
chih
?
p55
peh
?
t?iu45
ciou
?
?i?12
zhih
?
Quzhou dialect
(Jin-Qu Wu dialects)
li?323
lin
?
i55
ih
?
liã53/?i31
lian/nyi
?/?
434
sae
?
s?53
sy
?
31
ng
?
l12
leh
?
ti55
chih
?
p55
pah
?
t?i?45
cieu
?
12
zheh
?
Shangrao dialect
(Shang-Li Wu dialects)
n312
?
i5
?
liã31/?212
?/?
33
?
s?523
?
31
?
l3
?
ts5
?
pa?5
?
t?iu53
?
?i3
?
Pucheng dialect
(Shang-Li Wu dialects)
l?i213
?
ie32
?
liãu54/?i21
?/?
sãi35
?
s?423
?
?uo54
?
lou32
?
tie32
?
p?32
?
kiu33
?
?ie21
?
Tongling dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
lin11
?
i?13
?
liã53/?35
?/?
55
?
s?35
?
u53
?
lo13
?
ts13
?
p?13
?
t?i?u53
?
z?13
?
Nanling dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
lin35
?
i?4
?
liã213/?55
?/?
33
?
s?55
?
u213
?
l4
?
ti?4
?
pa?4
?
t?i?213
?
z4
?
Fanchang dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
lin35
?
i?5
?
liã213/?53
?/?
31
?
s?53
?
u213
?
lu?5
?
ts?i?5
?
pa?5
?
t?i?u213
?
?5
?
Wuhu County dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
lin35
?
i5
?
liã213/?53
?/?
31
?
s?53
?
u213
?
lo?5
?
ts?i5
?
pa?5
?
t?i?u213
?
?5
?
Jing County dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
li35
?
i31
?
li31/?13
?/?
sæ?44
?
s?13
?
u31
?
l?u44
?
ti31
?
pa31
?
t?i?u31
?
s?ei44
?
Shitai dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
li?55
?
i55
?
liã213/?33
?/?
31
?
s?33
?
u213
?
l55
?
ti55
?
pa55
?
t?i213
?
si55
?
Taiping dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
di?13
?
ie24
?
di11/?33
?/?
32
?
s?33
?
u11
?
lo24
?
ts?i24
?
pa24
?
ky45
?
ze24
?
Gaochun dialect
(Xuanzhou Wu dialects)
nin22
?
i3
?
ni55/n?24
?/?
?ie55
?
s?35
?
55
?
l13
?
ti3
?
pa?3
?
t33
?
z13
?
Wenzhounese
(Oujiang Wu dialects)
l31
len
?
i323/i?i323
i/iai
?
li?45/22
liae/ng
?/?
sa44
sa
?
s?42
sy
?
34
ng
?
l?u212
lou
?
tsi323
tshai
?
po323
po
?
t?i?u45
ciau
?
z?i212
zai
?
Longgang dialect
(Oujiang Wu dialects)
le?21
?
i24/ia24
?
lie54/22
?/?
s?44
?
s?42
?
?u54
?
leu213
?
ts?a24
?
po24
?
t?iau54
?
za213
?
Yue Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cantonese
(Guangfu dialects)
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l21
lìhng
?
j?t55
y?t
?
ji22/loe?13
yih/léuhng
?/?
sam55
s?am
?
sei33
sei
?
13
?gh
?
l?k22
luhk
?
tst55
ch?t
?
pat33
baat
?
k?u35
gáu
?
s?p22
sahp
?
Yangjiang dialect
(Gao-Yang Yue)
l42
lìhng
?
j35
y?t
?
ji54/lia?21
yih/liáang
?/?
?am33
lh?am
?
?ei35
lhei
?
21
úng
?
l?k54
luhk
?
ts35
ch?t
?
pa?21
baat
?
kiau21
giáau
?
s?p54
sahp
?
Guancheng dialect
(Guan-Bao Yue)
21
?
z?k44
?
zi32/?ø?13
?/?
sa?213
?
s?i32
?
m?13
?
?ok22
?
tsk44
?
p?224
?
kau35
?
s?k22
?
Shajing dialect
(Guan-Bao Yue)
le?21
?
i55
?
ji32/li11
?/?
sa?55
?
s?i24
?
11
?
lo?22
?
ts55
?
35
?
k?u11
?
s22
?
Guigang dialect
(Gou-Lou Yue)
li?22
?
iat33
?
?i22/li23
?/?
m44
?
i42
?
u23
?
luk23
?
tat33
?
p?t33
?
t?au34
?
?ap23
?
Mengshan dialect
(Gou-Lou Yue)
li?21
?
i?t55
?
?i214/li35
?/?
?am53
?
?i44
?
35
?
luk22
?
tt55
?
pat55
?
tu42
?
p22
?
Taishanese
(Siyi Yue)
len22
?
jit55
?
?i21/lia?55
?/?
?am33
?
?i33
?
55
?
løk21
?
t?it55
?
pat33
?
kiu55
?
sip21
?
Kaiping dialect
(Siyi Yue)
len22
?
zit55
?
?ei31/lia?55
?/?
?am33
?
?ei33
?
m?55
?
lok21
?
t?et55
?
vat33
?
k?u55
?
sip21
?
Enping dialect
(Siyi Yue)
le?22
?
ziet55
?
?i31/li55
?/?
sam33
?
si33
?
m?55
?
lok21
?
ts?iat55
?
pat33
?
kei55
?
si?p21
?
Xinhui dialect
(Siyi Yue)
le?22
?
ziæt55
?
?i31/li45
?/?
sam23
?
sei23
?
45
?
louk21
?
ts?æt55
?
pat33
?
kæu45
?
sæp21
?
Min Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Taiwanese Hokkien
(Southern Min)
lîng/khòng
?/?
tsi?t/it
?/?
nn?g/j?
?/?
sann/sam
?
sì/sù
?
g?o/ngóo
?
la?k/lio?k
?
tshit
?
pueh/pat
?
káu/kiú
?
tsa?p/si?p
?
Amoy dialect
(Southern Min)
li24
lêng
?
t?it5/it32
chi?t/it
?/?
n33/li33
nn?g/l?
?/?
44
sa?
?
?i11

?
g?33
g
?
lak5
la?k
?
tit32
chhit
?
pue?32
poeh
?
kau53
káu
?
tsap5
cha?p
?
Teochew dialect
(Southern Min)
le?55
lêng
?
tsek5/ik2
tsêk/ik
?/?
no35/zi35
n?/j?
?/?
33
sa?
?
si213

?
?ou35
ng?u
?
lak5
lâk
?
ts?ik2
tshik
?
poi?2
poih
?
kau53
káu
?
tsap5
tsâp
?
Qianlu dialect
(Southern Min)
le?24
?
tse?5/e?3
?/?
n55/li31
?/?
33
?
si31
?
gu55
?
la?5
?
ts?e?3
?
pa?3
?
k?53
?
tsa?5
?
Cangnan dialect
(Southern Min)
li?24
?
tsie24/ie53
?/?
l31/zi11
?/?
s44
?
si11
?
g?31
?
l?24
?
ts?ie53
?
pue53
?
kau53
?
ts?24
?
Longdu dialect
(Southern Min)
l33
?
it55
?
li24/ni31
?/?
sam55
?
si11
?
31
?
l?k55
?
ts?it11
?
p?t11
?
kau24
?
s?p55
?
Wenchang dialect
(Hainanese)
le?22
?
ziak3/it5
?/?
no42/zi24
?/?
ta24
?
ti11
?
?ou42
?
lak3
?
sit5
?
?uai55
?
kau21
?
tap3
?
Fuzhou dialect
(Eastern Min)
k?ua?53/li?53
kuàng/lìng
?/?
su5/?i?24
suoh/ék
?/?
la?242/n?i242
lâng/nê
?/?
sa?55
sang
?
s?i213/søy213
sé/sé
?
?ou242/?u33
ngô/ng?
?
løy?5/ly?5
le?k/l?k
?
tsi?24
chék
?
pai?24
báik
?
kau33/kiu33
g?u/gi?
?
s?i?5/si?5
sek/sik
?
Fuqing dialect
(Eastern Min)
li?55
lìng
?
syo53/e?22
sio/ék
?/?
la?41/ne41
lâng/nâ?
?/?
sa?53
sang
?
se21
sá?
?
?o41
ngô?
?
lu?5
luk
?
ts?e?22
chék
?
pe?22
bék
?
kau33
g?u
?
se?5
sek
?
Fu'an dialect
(Eastern Min)
lei?22
lêing
?
sik2/eik5
sîc/?ic
?/?
la?42/nei23
làng/n?i
?/?
sa?332
s?ng
?
sei35
séi
?
?u42
ngù
?
loek2
lôec
?
ts?eik5
ch'?ic
?
p?ik5
pêc
?
kou42
kòu
?
s?ik2
sêc
?
Zherong dialect
(Eastern Min)
li?21
?
sik2/ik5
?/?
la?213/ni213
?/?
sa?42
?
si35
?
?u213
?
loek2
?
ts?ik5
?
p?k5
?
kau51
?
s?k2
?
Putian dialect
(Pu-Xian Min)
l13
léng
?
4/i?21
seo?h/ih
?/?
n11/tsi11
nn?g/c?
?/?
533
so?
?
?i42
si?
?
k?u453

?
loe?4
leh
?
ts?i?21
chih
?
p21
beh
?
kau453
gâu
?
4
se?h
?
Jian'ou dialect
(Northern Min)
lai?33
la?ing
?
tsi42/i24
cì/?
?/?
ni42/ni44
niòng/n?
?/?
sa?54
sáng
?
si33
si?
?
?u42
ngù
?
ly42
l
?
ts?i24
ch?
?
pai24
b?i
?
kiu21
gi?
?
si54

?
Jianyang dialect
(Northern Min)
lai?334
?
tsi4/i214
?/?
s332/n?i43
?/?
sa?53
?
s?i332
?
?o21
?
so4
?
ti214
?
pai214
?
kiu21
?
si214
?
Yong'an dialect
(Central Min)
l42
?
ku?21/i13
?/?
liam21/?i35
?/?
52
?
si35
?
?u21
?
ly54
?
ts?i13
?
pa13
?
kiau21
?
s?54
?
Sanming dialect
(Central Min)
41
?
ko33/i213
?/?
liam21/?i33
?/?
s553
?
si33
?
?u21
?
ly353
?
ts?i213
?
p?213
?
ki?u21
?
s?353
?
Shaxian dialect
(Central Min)
l?i?31
?
ka24/e212
?/?
li?21/24
?/?
s33
?
si24
?
go21
?
ly53
?
ts?e212
?
pe212
?
kio21
?
s?53
?
Shaowu dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
len22
?
k?i213/?i21/i53
?/?/?
li55/ni35
?/?
san21
?
si213
?
55
?
su53
?
t?i53
?
pie53
?
k?u55
?
?in35
?
Guangze dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
lin334
?
k?213/?i5/i41
?/?/?
li43/ni455
?/?
sam21
?
si213
?
?u53
?
su41
?
t?i41
?
pai455
?
k?u44
?
?ym5
?
Jiangle dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
l?55
?
324/i51
?/?
li51/?i231
?/?
sa?55
?
si324
?
51
?
?u324
?
ts?i5
?
pa51
?
kiu51
?
?i5
?
Mingxi dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
lai?21
?
k?24/i5
?/?
la?21/?i54
?/?
sa?33
?
si24
?
?u31
?
liu54
?
ts?i5
?
pa5
?
kiu31
?
?i54
?
Shunchang dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
li?11
?
ka35/i11
?/?
li31/?i42
?/?
s44
?
si35
?
42
?
ly?5
?
ts?i11
?
pa44
?
kiu44
?
?i?5
?
Taining dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
lon33
?
51/i354
?/?
lio?354/ni213
?/?
sa?21
?
sei51
?
nu354
?
su51
?
ts?ei354
?
354
?
kiu354
?
si21
?
Jianning dialect
(Shao-Jiang Min)
l213
?
it2
?
li55/?i45
?/?
sam34
?
si21
?
?u55
?
liuk5
?
ts?it2
?
pat2
?
kiu55
?
sip5
?
Taishun Manjiang li31
?
?i2/i5
?/?
l22/?i 22
?/?
213
?
?i53
?
22
?
l2
?
ti5
?
p5
?
kau44
?
s2
?
Mango dialect li?214
?
i5
?
liã45/21
?/?
s?44
?
s?41
?
45
?
l21
?
ti5
?
p5
?
k?45
?
z21
?
Xiang Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Changsha dialect
(Chang-Yi dialects)
li?n13
?
i24
?
?21/li41
?/?
33
?
s?45
?
u41
?
l24
?
ti24
?
p?24
?
t?i41
?
s?24/ji24p?a?35
?/
Loudi dialect
(Lou-Shao dialects)
lin13
?
i13
?
?11/li42
?/?
44
?
s?35
?
u42
?
l?u35
?
ts?i13
?
pa13
?
t?io42
?
?i35
?
Shuangfeng dialect
(Lou-Shao dialects)
li?n23
?
i13
?
e33/li31
?/?
sæ?55
?
s?35
?
?u31
?
l?u35
?
ti13
?
po55
?
t?i?31
?
35
?
Shaoyang dialect
(Lou-Shao dialects)
nin12
?
i33
?
?35/liã42
?/?
55
?
s?35
?
u42
?
nu33
?
ti33
?
pa33
?
t?i42
?
s?33/p?a?35
?/?
Gan Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nanchang dialect
(Chang-Du dialect)
lia?35
?
it4
?
?11/li213
?/?
san44
?
s?35
?
213
?
liu?1
?
tit4
?
pat4
?
t?iu213
?
?it1
?
Yiyang dialect
(Ying-Yi dialect)
lin13
?
i?5
?
?21/lian51
?/?
san33
?
s?35
?
51
?
lu?5
?
ti?5
?
pa?5
?
t?iu51
?
s5
?
Lichuan dialect
(Fu-Guang dialect)
tia?35
?
i?3
?
?13/ti33
?/?
sam22
?
s?53
?
44
?
tiu?5
?
t?i?3
?
pai?3
?
ki?u44
?
?ip5
?
Linchuan dialect
(Fu-Guang dialect)
tia?24
?
i?32
?
?11/ti45
?/?
sam31
?
s?41
?
45
?
tiu?4
?
ti?32
?
pai?32
?
t?iu45
?
?ip4
?
Yongxin dialect
(Ji-Cha dialect)
li13
?
i?35
?
oe55/li53
?/?
35
?
s?55
?
53
?
lio55
?
ti?35
?
p?35
?
t?iu53
?
?i?55
?
Chaling dialect
(Ji-Cha dialect)
l?424
?
i21
?
e12/li53
?/?
353
?
s?33
?
n?53
?
liø21
?
ti21
?
pa21
?
t?iø53
?
21
?
Huaining dialect
(Huai-Yue dialect)
lin44
?
i35
?
?33/lian42
?/?
san31
?
s?33
?
42
?
l?u35
?
ti35
?
pa35
?
t?i?u42
?
s?33
?
Hakka Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Meixian dialect
(Yue-Tai Hakka)
la?11
?
it1
?
?i52/li31
?/?
sam44
?
si52
?
31
?
liuk1
?
ts?it1
?
pat1
?
kiu31
?
s?p5
?
Huizhou dialect
(Huizhou Hakka)
l11
?
zit35
?
?i31/li35
?/?
sam33
?
si213
?
35
?
l?k31
?
ts?it35
?
pat35
?
kiu35
?
sip31
?
Longnan dialect
(Ning-Long Hakka)
lia?312
?
i?5
?
ni22/li53
?/?
san24
?
?i44
?
53
?
ti5
?
ti?5
?
pæ?5
?
t?i?u53
?
s23
?
Changting dialect
(Tingzhou Hakka)
le?24
?
i24
?
ni21/ti33
?/?
sa?33
?
si54
?
42
?
t21
?
ts?i24
?
pa24
?
t?i42
?
21
?
Yudu dialect
(Yu-Gui Hakka)
liã44
?
i?323
?
?i42/li35
?/?
31
?
s?323
?
35
?
liu?54
?
ts?i?323
?
pa323
?
t?iu35
?
42
?
Tonggu dialect
(Tonggu Hakka)
lia?13
?
it2
?
ni53/li21
?/?
san24
?
s?53
?
21
?
liuk2
?
ts?it2
?
pait2
?
t?iu24
?
t5
?
Sixian dialect
(Taiwanese Hakka)
la?11
?
it2
?
?i55/li31
?/?
sam24
?
si55
?
31
?
liuk2
?
ts?it2
?
pat2
?
kiu31
?
s?p5
?
Hailu Dialect
(Taiwanese Hakka)
la?55
?
?it5
?
?i33/li11
?/?
sam53
?
si11
?
24
?
liuk5
?
ts?it5
?
pat5
?
kiu24
?
?ip2
?
Singkawang Hakka *
(Indonesia Hakka)
la?55
?
?it3
?
?i22/li22
?/?
sam53
?
si31
?
24
?
liuk3
?
ts?it3
?
pat3
?
kiu24
?
?ip5
?
Huizhou Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jixi dialect
(Jixi-Shexian dialects)
ni44
?
ie?21
?
22/niõ213
?/?
s?31
?
s?35
?
v?213
?
l21
?
tie?21
?
p21
?
t?i?213
?
?ie?21
?
Jingde dialect
(Jingde-Zhanda dialects)
li?42
?
i?55
?
55/liæ213
?/?
35
?
s?213
?
v?213
?
lu?55
?
ts55
?
pa?55
?
t?iu213
?
s55
?
Yixian dialect
(Xiuning-Yixian dialects)
l44
?
i?i?52
?
?32/li?53
?/?
s21
?
s?324
?
u53
?
l21
?
ti?32
?
p21
?
t53
?
s?21
?
Qimen dialect
(Qimen-Dexing dialects)
næ?55
?
i35
?
?33/ni42
?/?
s11
?
s?213
?
u42
?
le33
?
ts?i35
?
pu33
?
t?ie42
?
?i33
?
Pinghua 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ningyuan Pinghua
(Guibei Pinghua)
liou35
?
z?13
?
li55/lin33
?/?
?u35
?
sa55
?
55
?
lio21
?
ts13
?
pia13
?
t?iou33
?
s?22
?
Tanxia Pinghua
(Guibei Pinghua)
nai33
?
ie45
?
i52/nia?21
?/?
sa24
?
si35
?
21
?
niu45
?
ts?i45
?
po45
?
kiu32
?
sie52
?
Notes
^? In the Sinitic languages there are two different characters for "two":
  • ? is used for cardinal numbers (e.g., "27 degrees Celsius", "telephone area code 122", "the year 2000")
  • ?/? is used when counting a pair of objects or persons (e.g. "two books", "two diplomats"). This usage is for the number two only, and is not used for twelve, twenty, and so forth up to 92. It can be optionally used as the first digit in two hundred, two thousand, two myriad (20,000) and so forth, however only for the leading digit (e.g. in the case of "222 people", it can be written as "" or "").
^* Singkawang Hakka, a Hakka dialect of Singkawang,[43] Indonesia. Singkawang is derived from Hakka Chinese San Kheuw Jong ( Sh?nk?u Yáng), which refers to "a town in hills nearby a sea and estuary".

Tibeto-Burman languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bai (Dali) jí / ?31 ko:u / ne44
s55
shi?
?i44
mu:
?v33
fv?
fv44
ch'i?
ti44
pja?
pi?44
chi:
t33

ts?42
Bantawa ?k (k-) h?k (h?k-) sum- re ?kchuk (kchuk-)

(lit: one hand)
?kchuk ?k (kchuk- k-) ?kchuk h?k (kchuk- h?k-) ?kchuk sum- (kchuk- sum-) ?kchuk re? (kchuk- re) h?achuk

( lit: two hands)
Belhare i- siC- sum-
Burmese (MLCTS) ?

su.nya.
[?òua?]
?

tac
[ti?]
?
?
hnac
[n?i?]
?
?
sum:
[?óu]
?

le:
[lé]
?

nga:
[?á]
?

hkrauk
[tau?]
?

hku. hnac
[k?ù n?i?]
?
?
hrac
[?i?]
?
?
kui:
[kó]


chai
[s]
Burmese (ordinal numbers) (MLCTS)*
[p?tma?]

[d?t?ja?]
?
[ta?t?ja?]

[z?dot?a?]

[pj?s?ma?]

[s?a?t?a?ma?]

[?a?t?ma]

[?a?t?ama?]

[n?w?ma?]

[dama?]
^* Burmese ordinal numbers, from first to tenth, are Burmese pronunciations of their Pali (Indo-European) equivalents.
Chintang-Rai** thitta hicci sumci charreda pac cha; chau sat ath nau das
^** Chintang numerals have been influenced by Nepali numerals (Indo-European language).
Dumi t?k sak ryek t?m ?o mu s?m ?m nu / dek t?ks?
Ersu t?55 n?55 si55 zo33 ?u?33 ts?u55 s?55n?55 55 n33 ts55 ts55
Falam Chin pakat patni patu? pale pa?ar paru pasaje pariap pukua so
Gongduk ti nitsha tawa piya ngawa kupa zupa yipa tawa day?
Jinghpaw langai
[l?'?âj]
lahkawng
[l?'k?]
masum
[m?'s?um]
mali
[m?'li]
manga
[m?'?a]
kru
[k?]
sanit
[s'nìt]
matsat
[m?'t?sá?t]
jahku
[t'k?ù]
shi
[?i]
Karen tuh khee thuh lwee yeh xu nwee xoe khwee tuh-hsee
Karenni (Kayah) te- nu: so: lwi: nge:-ñe: so: swá? so: swá? te- lwi: swá? lwi: swá? te- ch
Limbu thik n?t sum li na thuk nu y?t pha? thib
Lepcha kat 'ñi? sam fa-lí fa-ngo ta-rak ka-kjak ka-ku ka-kjot ka-ti
Meitei
phun

ama

ani
?
ahum

mari

mangaa
?
taruk
?
taret

nipaal
?
mapaal

taraa
Mizo pa-khat pa-hni pa-thum1 pa-lii pa-ngaa1 pa-ruk pa-sa-ri pa-riat3 pa-kua2 soom
Naxi d?31 ?i31 s?31 lu33 u?33 tu?55 55 xo55 v33 ts?e31
Nepal Bhasa
?unia

qi
/
nasi/ni

sua
?
pie
?
ni?

k'u
?
n'e
?
qi?

gun
/
san'i/j'i
Sherdukpen han nyik ?u? bi:si khu khit sit sargiat dikhi dokche
Tripuri (Kokborok) ting
sa
nwi
tham
brwi
ba
dok
sni
char
chuku
chi
Tshangla thur nyiktsing ssam pshi nga khung zum yen gu se
Tujia, northern la35 ?ie55 so55 zie55 o?55 wo21 ?ie21 jie21 k?e55 x?35
Tujia, southern la21/33 / ?i21 lie55 sa55 z?e33 33 35 kai13 t?i55sa33 / ti21 a13 la55so33 / pa21 kai13 t?i55 ti33 / t?i?55 21
Yi ?
ti
?
?i
?
s?
?
z?
?
?a
?
fu
?
?
hi
?
?u
?
ts?i
Qiangic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Tangut (Xi Xia)? + ?
*lew
?
*ny / nj
?
*so / s?
?
*lyr / lj?r
?
*ngwy / ?w?
?
*chhiw / t?hjiw
?
*sha / ?j?
?
*ar / ?jar
?
*gy / gj?
? or ?
*gha / or *sha
Qiang, northern a21 nyi55 tshi55 dghz55 Gua33 xtsu33 s;ing33 tshe33 xgue33 xa21dy33
Qiang, southern à ñí c'i dzhi: Gua: xcu: shi:ng ch'e: xguè xà-dy:
rGyalrong kà-ti: ka-nais kà-såm kà-di: kung-nga:u ku:-tauk ku:sh-nais o:r-yait ku:ng-gu: sio
Tibetic languages
Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Balti cik ñis khsum (xsum) bji: (i) truk ?dun y?t r?u u
Brokpake cik nyih sum zhi ngah druk dun geh gu chuthamba
Dzongkha (Bhutanese)

ci

nyi

sum
?
zhi

nga

druk

dün

?
gu
?
chútham
Ladakhi cig nyis sum zhi nga truk dun gyat rgu bcu
Amdo Tibetan

kcuk

gnyis

ksum
?
vzhu

mga

druk

vdun

vjat

rgu
?
fcu
Central Tibetan
(Wylie transliteration)
(THL transcription)

klad kor
lé kor

gcig
chik

gnyis
nyi

gsum
sum
?
bzhi
shyi

lnga
nga

drug
druk

bdun
dün

brgyad
gyé
?
dgu
gu
?
bcu
chu
Dongwang Tibetan ci nyu zh? nga ts? di zhe g? ts?
Sherpa
suna

ci

nyi

sum
?
zhi

nga

thruk

din

gye
?
gu
?
cuthampa
East Bodish languages
Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bumthangkha ?
thek

zon

sum

ble

yanga

grok

nyit
?
jat
?
dogo
?
che
Dakpa thi l?yi sum bli l?nga gro nis g?t dugu cih
Dzala thi nöi sum bli langa gro ni g?t dugu ci
Kurtöp t?é: zòn súm blè j nís t dò?ò c?é
Zakhring cak ne som ji: nga trunk den zat gu cu

Turkic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Turkic+ *bir *?ki *ü? *t?rt *b *altï *yeti *sekiz *tokuz *on *y?girmi
Common Turkic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Old Turkic bir
iki
üç
tört
?
be?
altï
yeti
sekiz
?
tokuz
?
on
yigirmi
Northeastern Turkic languages (Siberian) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Altai ?
nol'

bir

eki
ÿ?
üç

tört
?e?
be?
?
alt?
je
ceti
?c
segis
?c
togus

on
Dolgan ?
biir
?
ikki

üs

tüört
?
bies
?
alta
h?
hette
?
ag?s

togus

uon
Fuyü Gïrgïs bir igi ü? durt bi? alt? çiti sigis do?us on
Khakas ?ip
pir
i
iki
ÿc
üs
?öp?
tört
c
pis
?
alt?
i
çiti
cic
sigis
?oc
tos

on
Shor pir i:gi
/ ijgi (iygi)
üsh tørt ph ?lt? ttti
(chetti)
s?gis to?us on
Tofa ?ip
bir
h?
ìhi

ü?
?
dört
?e?
be?
a?
àlt?
i
çedi
ce?hec
sèhes
hoc
tòhos

on
Tuvan ? /
nol' / tik

bir

iyi

ü?
?
dört
?e?
be?
?
ald?
?
çedi

ses

tos

on
Yakut ?
nol
?
biir
?
ikki

üs

tüört
?
bies
?
alta

sette
?
as

to?us

uon
Northwestern Turkic languages (Kipchak) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Baraba bir iki üts tört p altt? y?di s?kiz to?iz on
Bashkir ?
nol

ber

ike

ös
?
dürt

bi?
?
alt?

yete

hige?

tu

un
Crimean Tatar bir eki üç dört be? alt? yedi sekiz doquz on
Karachay-Balkar ?
nol

ber

eki

üç
?
tört

be?
?
alt?

djeti

segiz

to?uz

on
Karakalpak ?
nol

bir

eki

u'sh
?
to'rt

bes
?
alti
?
jeti

segiz

tog'iz

on
Kazakh
nól

bir

eki

úsh
?
tórt

bes
?
alty
?
jeti

segiz

to?yz

on
Krymchak bir eki üç dort be? alt? yedi sekiz tokuz on
Kumyk ?
nol

bir

iki

üç

dört

be?
?
alt?
?
yetti

segiz

to?uz

on
Kyrgyz ?
nöl'

bir

eki

üç
?
tört

be?
?
alt?
?
jeti

segiz

toguz

on
Nogai bir eki üsh dört bes ?lt? yeti segiz toz on
Tatar ?
nol

ber

ike

öç
?
dürt

bi?
?
alt?
?
cide

sigez

tuz

un
Urum bir iqi yt? doert be? alti eddi sæqkiz doqkuz on
Southeastern Turkic languages (Karluk) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Äynu* yäk du si ?ar pänj ?ä? häp(t) hä?(t) noh dah
^* Äynu numerals are borrowed from Persian.
Chagatai bir iki üç tört be? alt? yeti sekiz toquz on
Uyghur
?
nöl


bir
?
?
ikki


üch


töt


besh

?
alte


yette


sekkiz


toqquz


on
Uzbek , ?
nol, sifr

bir
?
ikki

uch
?
to?rt

besh
?
olti
?
yetti

sakkiz

to?qqiz

o?n
Southwestern Turkic languages (Oghuz) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Azerbaijani s?f?r bir iki üç dörd be? alt? yeddi s?kkiz doqquz on on bir on iki on üç on dörd on be? on alt? on yeddi on s?kkiz on doqquz iyirmi
Gagauz s?f?r bir iki
üç
dört
be?
alt?
yedi
sekiz
dokuz
on
Ottoman Turkish
s?f?r

bir
?
iki

üç

dört

b
?
altî

y?di

s?kiz
?
doquz

on

on bir
?
on iki

on üç

on dört

on b
?
on altî

on y?di

on s?kiz
?
on doquz

yi?irmi
Qashqai bir iki üç dört be? alt? yedi sekiz dokuz on
Salar b?r igi ud? diot
/ døt
be? ?lt?
/?lt?i
jid?i /jid? sekiz doquz on
Turkish s?f?r bir iki üç dört be? alt? yedi sekiz dokuz on on bir on iki on üç on dört on be? on alt? on yedi on sekiz on dokuz yirmi
Turkmen
nol

bir

iki

üç
?
dört

bä?
?
alty

ýedi

sekiz

dokuz

on

on bir

on iki

on üç
?
on dört

on bä?
?
on alty

on ýedi

on sekiz

on dokuz
?
ýigrimi
Khalaj 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Khalaj bii äkki üüç töört bee? alta yeetti säkkiz toqquz oon
Oghur languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Chuvash ?
nol'

p?r

ik

vi?

t?vat

pil?k

ult

?iç

sak?r

t?x?r

vun

Uralic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Uralic *ükte *kakte *kolm- *?eljä *wi(t)te *ku(t)te ?äj?em *luka
Finnic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Finnic[44][45] *ükci *kakci *kolme *neljä *v?ci *k?ci *seiccen *kahteksan *ühteksän *kümmen
Estonian null üks kaks kolm neli viis kuus seitse kaheksa üheksa kümme üksteist kaksteist kolmteist neliteist viisteist kuusteist seitseteist kaheksateist üheksateist kakskümmend
Finnish nolla yksi kaksi kolme neljä viisi kuusi seitsemän kahdeksan yhdeksän kymmenen yksitoista kaksitoista kolmetoista neljätoista viisitoista kuusitoista seitsemäntoista kahdeksantoista yhdeksäntoista kaksikymmentä
Karelian yksi kak?i kolmi ?eä viisi kuu?i ?eiemen kahek?an yhek?än kymmenen yksitoista kak?itoista kolmetoista neljjätoista viiztoista kuu?itoista seiemäntoista kahek?antoista yhek?äntoista kak?ikymmendä
Olonets Karelian yksi kaksi kolme ?elli viizi kuuzi seiie kaheksa ykeksä kymmene
Livonian null ik? kak? kuolm na v k seis k?dõks ?dõks kim ik?tuoistõn kak?tuoistõn kuolmtuoistõn natuoistõn vtuoistõn ktuoistõn seistuoistõn k?dõkstuoistõn ?dõkstuoistõn kak?kimdõ
Ludic yks kak? kolme njelj vii? kuu? seittj?eme kaheksa yheksa kym
Meänkieli yks kaks kolme neljä viis kuusi seitemän kaheksan yheksän kymmenen
Veps ük? kak? koume ne vi? ku? seieme kahesa ühesa kümne yks'to?tküme kaks'to?tküme koumeto?tküme kuz'to?tküme vi?to?tküme kuz'to?tküme seiemeto?tküme kahesato?tküme ühesato?tküme kaks'küme
Võro üt? kat? kolm nelli vii? kuu? säidse katõsa ütesä kümme
Votic ühs kahs kem nellä v?si k?si seits? kahe?s? ühes? t?ümm? ühste?·e?me?tta kahste?·e?me?tta ke?mte?·e?me?tta nelläte?·e?me?tta v?ste?·e?me?tta k?ste?·e?me?tta seits?te?·e?me?tta kahe?s?te?·e?me?tta ühes?te?·e?me?tta kahtümmettä
Sami languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Samic *ëktë *kuokt? *kolmë *?ealj? *v?të *k?të *?ie?ëm *k?kc? *ëkc? *lok?
Sami, Inari ohta kyeh'ti kulma nelji vitta kutta ?iam käävci oovce love ohtunubáloh kyehtnubáloh kulmânubáloh neljinubáloh vittânubáloh kuttânubáloh ?iâmnubáloh käävcinubáloh oovcenubáloh kyehtlov
Sami, Northern nolla okta guokte golbma njeallje vihtta guhtta ?ie?a gávcci ovcci logi oktanuppelohkái oktanuppelohkái golbmanuppelohkái njealljenuppelohkái vihttanuppelohkái guhttanuppelohkái ?ie?anuppelohkái gávccinuppelohkái ovccinuppelohkái guoktelogi
Sami, Lule nålla akta guokta gålmmå niellja vihtta guhtta gietjav gáktsa aktse lågev
Mordvin languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Erzya
vejke

kavto

kolmo
?
?i?e
?
ve?e
?
koto

?i?em

kavkso

vejkse

keme?

kevejkee
?
kemgavtovo
?
kemgolmovo

kem?i?ee
?
keve?ee

kemgotovo
?
kem?i?emge

kemgavksovo

kevejksee

kom?
Moksha fkä kaft? kolm? nilä vetä kot? sisäm kafks? vejks? kem
Mari language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Hill Mari ?
no?

ik

kok

kum

nyl

vi?

kud

?ym

kanda?

inde?

lu
Meadow Mari ikte kok?t kum?t n?l?t wiz?t kuð?t m?t kanda?(e) inde?(e) lu
Permic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Komi (Zyryan) ?
no?
ö(?)
öti(k)

kyk
?
kuim
?
?o?

vit

kvajt

sizim

kökjamys
ö?
ökmys

das
(?)
das öti(k)

das kyk
?
das kuim
?
das ?o?

das vit

das kvajt

das sizim

das kökjamys

das ökmys
?
ky?
Komi-Permyak ?
nu?
ö?i?
ötik

kyk
?
kuim
?
?o?

vit

kva?

sizim

kykjamys
ö?
ökmys

das
Udmurt ?
no?
?
odig

kyk

kui?

?y?
?
vi?

kua?

si?ym

?amys

ukmys

das
?
das odig

das kyk

das kui?

das ?y?
?
das vi?

das kua?

das si?ym

das ?amys

das ukmys
?
ky?
Ugric languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Hungarian nulla
['nul:?]
egy
[]
kett? / két
['k?t:ø:] or [ke:t]
három
['ha:rom]
négy
[ne:?]
öt
[øt]
hat
[h?t]
hét
[he:t]
nyolc
[?olts]
kilenc
['kil?nts]
tíz
[ti:z]
tizenegy tizenkett?/tizenkét tizenhárom tizennégy tizenöt tizenhat tizenhét tizennyolc tizenkilenc húsz
Kazym Khanty[46] ?, ,
[i], [ji], [it]
, ?
[kat], [katn]

[xm]

[n?a?]

[?e:t]

[x?t]

[?a:p?t]
?
[n?i]

[ja:rt-ja?]

ja:?
?
[i-xos?-ja:?]

[kat-xos?-ja:?]

xm-xos?-ja:?

[n?a?-xos?-ja:?]

[?e:t-xos?-ja:?]

x?t-xos?-ja:?

[?a:p?t-xos?-ja:?]

[n?i-xos?-ja:?]

[ja:r-x?s]

[x?s]
Khanty yit, yiy katn, kat xut?m nyat? wet xut tap?t n?v?t yarya? ya?
Mansi ?
akva

kityg

hurum
?
nila

at

hot

sat

n'ololov

ontolov

lov
Samoyedic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Forest Nenets ngup ?icha nyaaxaL chee't hampLyaangk ma't ?ee"v ?ichachee't kaa?eemdyu" dyuu"
Tundra Nenets
ngopoy
?
syidya
'
nyax°r

tyet
?
samlyangk
'
mat

syí"w°
?
syid°ndyet°

xasuyu"

yu"

ngopoy yangnya
?
syidya yangnya
'
nyax°r yangnya

tyet yangnya
?
samlyangk yangnya
'
mat yangnya

syí"w° yangnya
?
syid°ndyet° yangnya

xasuyu" yangnya
?
syidya yu"
Nganasan ngu"oi siti nagür chety synghol'angky mytü" s'aiby siti?yty ngam'aichümy bi"
Enets ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Selkup okkyr ?ed naagor tett xombla moktyt heeld?' ?ety-d?yang-gvet okkyr-d?yang-gvet köt
Kamas op ?idee naagur teety sumna muktu seipu ?ynttete amittun bje(n)

Andamanese languages

The Andamanese languages have one-two-three-many systems, where 'three' may mean 'and another', though higher numerals may be borrowed.

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jarawa[47] w?y? nay? ka? it?jile ('many') mala-(w?)
waya na?ya ka? it?jile ?n? it?jile
(or malaw? 'many')
mala ?huhum?
('very many')
o?ya na?ya ikkand' deyilo ma?la 'many' kuu otti ?abo? ?a?re poe ma:re
Ongan[48] -i-uaiya -i-na?a -i-rejidda ('many') ilake

Austroasiatic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Bahnar minh bal peng puon po'dam do'drou do'poh do'ngam do'sin po'jit
Khasi wei ar lai saw san hynriew hynñiew phra khyndai shiphew khat-wei khat-ar khat-lai khat-saw khat-san khat-hynriew khat-hynñiew khat-phra khat-khyndai arphew
Khmer ?

soun
?

mu?j
?

pi: (p?l)
?

j
?

?u?n
?

pram
?

pram mu?j
?

pram pi: (pram p?l)
?
?
pram j
?

pram ?u?n


p
Mon ?

[su.nya]
?

[mòa]
?

[ba]
?

[p?e?]
?

[p?n]
?

[m?s?n]
?

[k?rao]
?
?
[th?p?h]
?

[h?cam]
?

[h?cit]


[c?h]
Mundari mid

? missa
(once)
baria

?
birsa
(twice)
apia


apisa
(thrice)
upu?ia


upnisa
(four times)
mo?rea


mondesa
(five times)
turuia


turisa
(six times)
eya

?'
eh sa
(seven times)
irilia


erklsa
(eight times)
area

-
are sa
(nine times)
gelea


gelsa
(ten times)
Nicobarese;
Car
*
heng' [hé?]
; kahó?k [ka'ho:k]
ne:t;
nt [n?:t]
lu:i;
lú?y [lu:j]
fe:n;
fn [f?:n]
tanwi;
tany [ta'n?j]
tafu:l;
tafú?l [ta'fu:l]
sat;
sát [sat]
hewhere;
hvh?r ['h?wh]
macuhtere;
macúht?r [ma'cuht]
sam;
sí?n [si:n] / sm
kahó?k sí?n nt sí?n lú?y sí?n fn sí?n tany sí?n tafú?l sí?n sát sí?n hvh?r sí?n macúht?r sí?n nt ?aná?y ['n?:t?a'na:j]
Palaung u: e:r u-a:i p'o:n p'an to:r pu:r ta: t'i:m kö:r
Semai* nanek nar nik empat lima enam tujuh lapan sembilan sepuluh
Semelai muy na:r hmpe hmpon mesong pru tempoh kitwit kantim kumay
Semoq Beri (Semaq Bri) muy hma hmpe? hmpon mesong pru? tempoh gênting gêntik mogênor
Sino-Vietnamese* ?
linh, lênh
?
nh?t
? / ?
nh? / lng
?
tam
?
t?
?
ng?
?
l?c
?
th?t
?
bát
?
c?u
?
th?p

th?p nh?t

th?p nh?

th?p tam

th?p t?

th?p ng?

th?p l?c

th?p th?t

th?p bát

th?p c?u
?
nh?p
Vietnamese ?
không
?
m?t
?
hai
(old: *hal)
?
ba
?
b?n
?
n?m
?
sáu
?
b?y
?
tám
?
chín
?
mi (*ch?c = tenth)

mi m?t

mi hai

mi ba

mi b?n

mi l?m

mi sáu

mi b?y

mi tám

mi chín

hai mi
Wa ra: loi bun puån lich a:lich sìtä' sha:tim kau / kao
Notes
^* Car is the most widely spoken of the Nicobarese languages spoken in the Nicobar Islands of India. Although related distantly to Vietnamese and Khmer, it is typologically much more akin to nearby Austronesian languages such as Nias and Acehnese, with which it forms a linguistic area.[49]
^* Semai numerals have been heavily influenced by Malay. Only numerals from one to three are native words, the rest are Malay.
^* Like Japanese and Korean, Vietnamese uses two numbering systems, one based on native vocabulary and one based on a Sino-Xenic numbering system (Sino-Vietnamese). In modern Vietnamese the native readings are more commonly used.

Caucasian languages

Kartvelian languages (South Caucasian)

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Georgian ?
erti

ori
?
sami
?
otxi
?
xuti

ekvsi

?vidi

rva
?
cxra

ati
Georgian, Old ?
erti

ori
?
sami
?
otxi
?
xuti

ekwsi

?widi
?
rvaj

cxraj

ati
Laz
ar
/
?ur/?ur

sum

otx

xut
?/
ansi/a?i
(?)
?k(v)it
?
ovro
(?)
cxo(v)ro

vit
Mingrelian ?/
arti/ak'a
?
?iri
?
sumi
?/
otxi/antxi
?
xuti

am?vi

?kviti
(?)
(b)ruo

?xoro
?
viti
Svan ?
e?xu
?/?/
jori/jeru/jerbi
?
sami
(?)
(w)o?txw
?/
woxwi?d/woxu?d
/
usgwa/usk'wa
/
i?gwid/i?k'wid

ara

?xara
?
je?d

Northeast Caucasian languages

Dagestanian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Avar ?
nol'

co
?I
k'igo

?abgo

unq'o
?
ugo

an?go

an?'go

mi?'go
I
i?'go
I
anc'go
Bezhta
nol
??
hõs

q'ona

?ana
??
ö?q'önä

?ina

i?na
I
a?na
I
be?na
I
ä?'ena
I
ac'ona
Dargin (Gubden) ?,
sek'al agar, nol

ca
?
k'el

?a?bal

aw?al
?
?uyel

uregal

yer?el

ge?el

ur?'emal

yec'al
Dargin (Mekegi)
nul

ca

k'?el

?a?bal

aw?al
?
el

uregal
?
yer?el

ga?el

ur?'emal

yec'al
Dargin (Usisha) ?
nul?

ca
?
k'el

?a?bal

a?al
?
x?al
?
urek?al

yaral
?
k?e?el

ur?'emal

yec'al
Hunzib ??
hs

q'anu

?ana

oq'en

?ino

i?no
I
a?no
I
be?no
I
u?'in
I
ac'?n
Tsez
sis
I
q'?ano
I
ono
?
uyno

?eno

i?no
?I?I
?o?no
I
bi?no
I?I
o?'?'ino
I?I
oc'c'ino
Nakh languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bats ?
c?a

?i

qo
?I
d?iv'

pxi

yetx

vor?

bar?

iss
I?I
itt
Chechen
nul

c?aj

?ij
?
qoj

dij
?
pxij
I
yalx
?I
vorh
?I
barh

iss

itt

Northwest Caucasian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-NWC za dG p''?
Proto-Abazgi za p
Abkhaz
ak'?

ba

?pa

p?ba
?
ba

fba

b?ba
?
a:ba
?
ba

aba
Abaza
zak'?

b?

?p?
?
p?b?
?
b?

t?sb?

b?b?

a?ba
?
ba

aba
Proto-Circassian z? t'q?'? p'?'?
Western Circassian (Adyghe)
zj

z?

t?'?

?
p?'?

tf

x?

b
?
j?
?
b
?
p?'?
Eastern Circassian (Kabardian) ?
z?rj?

z?

t?'?

?
p?'?

tx

x?

b
?
j?
?
b
?
p?'?
Ubykh
za

t'q?'a

?a
?
p'?'?

?x?

f?

bl?

a
?
b

Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Alutor hennan ngita-q ngerù-qqe ngerà-qqe mellengina hennanmet-legen ngeyamet-legen amngeyoot-kin qonacgen-kin menget-kina
Chukchi ynnen ñireq ñyroq ñyraq mytlyñyn ynnanmytlyñyn ñer'amytlyñyn amñyrootken qonacgynken myngytken
Koryak ennen ngicce-q ngeyo-q ngeya-q mellengena ennenmet-lengen ngey'amet-lengen amngeyoot-ken qonacgen-ken menget-kena
Palan
[]
hennen ngeta-q ngrù-qqa ngrà-qqa, mellengena hennenmet-legen ngeyamet-legen amngeyoot-ken qonacgen-ken menget-kena
Itelmen 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Itelmen
[clarification needed]
°?
°qni?
[q?n?]
?
kas?
[k]
?'
ç'oq
[t'?q]
?'
ç'aq
[t'?q]

kuwumnuk
['k?u?umn?uk]

kelwuk
['k?l?uk]

etuktunuk
['?t?ukt?un?uk]
'?
ço'oktunuk
['tkt?un?uk]
'?
ça'aktanak
['tktan?k]
?
towassa
['t?o?as:a]
West Itelmen
[]
kn?n kasx cho?-k cha-k kugum-nuk ke?kug 'et-utk-tunuk cho-'ok-tunuk cha-'ak-tanak ?u?ad
South Itelmen
[]
dizk kaz/ka'as chak cha'ak ko'om-nak kilko?ak 'ita-'a-tuk chu-ku-tuk cha-'ak-tak kumx-tuka

Dravidian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Dravidian+ *on?u *?rau *m?n?u *n?lku *caymtu *cu *tu *enu *to?pa?tu *pa?tu
Kannada ?

sonne
?
?
ondu
?
?
era?u
?
?
m?ru
?

n?lku
?

aidu
?

?ru
?

u
?
?
eu
?
?
ombhattu


hattu
Malayalam ?

poojyam
?

onnu
?

ra?du
?

moonnu
?
?
naalu
?

anchu
?

aa?u
?

ezhu
?

ettu
?

onpathu
?/

pathu
Tamil ?
?
cu?iyam
?

o?d?u
?

irandu
?

md?u
?

ngu
?

aindhu
?

u
?

u
?

eu
?

o?badhu
?

paththu
Telugu ?

sunna
?
?
okati
?

rendu
?
?
mu
?

n?lugu
?

aidu
?

?ru
?

?du
?
?
enimidi
?

tommidi


padi
Brahui asi ir? musi r pan? ?a? haft ha? n? dah

Japonic languages

Japanese-Ryukyuan languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Proto-Japonic+ *pit? *puta *mi(t) *j? *itu, *etu *mu(t) *nana *ja *k?k?n? *t?w?
Japanese ?

maru
?

hito
?

futa
?
?
mi
?
?
yo

yon
?

itsu
?
?
mu
?

nana
?
?
ya
?

kokono
?

t?
?
?
t? amari hito

?
t? hito
?
?
t? amari futa

?
t? futa
?

t? amari mi


t? mi
?

t? amari yo


t? yo
?
?
t? amari itsu

?
t? itsu
?

t? amari mu


t? mu
?
?
t? amari nana

?
t? nana
?

t? amari ya


t? ya
?

t? amari kokono


t? kokono
(?)

hata
Old Japanese
pitö

puta
?
mi
?

itu
?
mu

nana
?
ya

kökönö

töwo
?
töwo amari pitö
?
töwo amari puta

töwo amari mi

töwo amari yö
?
töwo amari itu

töwo amari mu
?
töwo amari nana

töwo amari ya

töwo amari kökönö

pata
Proto-Ryukyuan+ *pito *puta *mi *yo *etu *mu *nana *ya *kokono *towo
Amami
t:

t?a:

mi:

ju:

t

mu:

nana:

ja:
?
k?u:nu

tu:

tu:t:

tu:t?a:

tu:mi:

tu:ju:

tu:t

tu:mu:

tu:nana:

tu:ja:
?
tu:k?u:nu
Kunigami ?
t?i:

t?a:

mi:

ju:

?iti

mu:

nana

ja:

k?uk?unu

t?u:
?
t?u:t?i:

t?u:t?a:

t?u:mi:

t?u:ju:

t?u:?iti

t?u:mu:

t?u:nana

t?u:ja:

t?u:k?uk?unu
?
p?at?a:
Miyako ?
pti

fu?ta:

mi:

ju:

it

mm?:

nana

ja:

kukunu

tu:
?
tu:pti

tu:fu?ta:

tu:mi:

tu:ju:

tu:it

tu:mm?:

tu:nana

tu:ja:

tu:kukunu

pata
Okinawan
ti:

ta:

mi:

ju:

?iti

mu:

nana

ja:

kukunu

tu:

tu:ti:

tu:ta:

tu:mi:

tu:ju:

tu:?iti

tu:mu:

tu:nana

tu:ja:

tu:kukunu

hata
Yaeyama ?
p?tu

?u?ta:

mi:

ju:

?it?s?

mu:

nana

ja:

kukunu

tu:
?
tu:p?tu

tu:fu?ta:

tu:mi:

tu:ju:

tu:?it?s?

tu:mu:

tu:nana

tu:ja:

tu:kukunu

pata
Yonaguni
t?u

t?a
?
mi

du

iti
?
mu

nana
?
da

k?ugunu

t?u

t?u:t?u

t?u:t?a
?
t?u:mi

t?u:du

t?u:iti
?
t?u:mu

t?u:nana
?
t?u:da

t?u:k?ugunu
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sino-Japanese Go-on? ?

ry?
?

ichi
?
?
ni
?

san
?
?
shi
?
?
go
?

roku
?

shichi
?

hachi
?
?
ku
?

j?


j? ichi

?
j? ni


j? san

?
j? shi

?
j? go


j? roku


j? shichi


j? hachi

?
j? ku
?

ny?
Sino-Japanese Kan-on ?

rei
?

itsu
?
?
ji
?

san
?
?
shi
?
?
go
?

riku
?

shitsu
?

hatsu
?

ky?
?

sh?


sh? itsu

?
sh? ji


sh? san

?
sh? shi

?
sh? go


sh? riku


sh? shitsu


sh? hatsu


sh? ky?
?

j?
Old Sino-Japanese+ ?

rya?
?

it
(iti)
?
?
ni
?

sam
(samu)
?
?
shi
?
?
go
(?o)
?

rok
?

shit
(shiti)
?

pat
(pati)
?
?
ku
?

jip
(jipu)


jip iu it


jip iu ni


jip iu sam


jip iu shi


jip iu go


jip iu rok


jip iu shit


jip iu pat


jip iu ku
?

nip
(nipu)
Notes
^? As with Korean and Vietnamese, Japanese uses two different numbering systems, one based on native vocabulary and one based on a Sino-Xenic numbering system (Sino-Japanese). The latter are more commonly used in spoken Japanese. Modern Japanese writers usually use Arabic numerals, but the Chinese characters are still used in calligraphy and in vertical writing. Since the word shi (?) means "death", in some contexts the native Japanese yon is more commonly used than the Sino-Japanese shi (four), and nana similarly is more commonly used than shichi (seven).

Koreanic languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Jeju+
[h?na]
?/ [tul] / [tui] ?/?/
[?it?] / [?wit?] / [s?i]
?/
[nwit?] / [n?i]
?
[tas?t?]

[j?s?t?]

[il?op?]

[j?d?p?]

[aop?]
?
[j?l]
?
[j?lh?na]

[j?ldul]

[j?l?wit?]

[j?llwit?]
??
[j?ldas?t?]
?
[j?llj?s?t?]

[j?llil?op?]
?
[j?llj?d?p?]

[j?raop?]

[sumul]
Korean+
hana
?
dul / tul
?
set
?
net

daseot / tas?t

yeoseot / y?s?t

ilgop

yeodeol / y?d?l

ahop
?
yeol/y?l

yeolhana / y?lhana

yeoldul / y?ldul

yeolset / y?lset

yeolnet / y?lnet

yeoldaseot / y?ldas?t

yeolyeoseot / y?ly?s?t

yeolilgop / y?lilgop

yeolyeodeol / y?ly?d?l

yeolahop / y?lahop

seumul / s?mul
Middle Korean+ ()
(*honah)
(?)
(*twulh)
(?)
(*seyh)
(?)
(*neyh)
(?)
(*tasos)
()
(*yesus)
()
(*nilkwup)
()
(*yetulp)
()
(*ahwop)
(?)
(*yelh)
()
(*sumulh)
Sino-Korean+? ?
? (S), ? (N)
yeong / y?ng (S), ryeong / ry?ng (N)
?
?
gong / kong
?
?
il

(*qilq)
?
?
i

(*zi)
?
?
sam

(*sam)
?
?
sa

(*soh)
?
?
o

(*ngwo)
?
? (S), ? (N)
yuk (S), ryuk (N)

(*riuk)
?
?
chil / ch'il

(*chilq)
?
?
pal / p'al

(*palq)
?
?
gu / ku

(*kwuw)
?
?
sip

(*ssip)


sipil


sipi


sipsam


sipsa


sipo

(S), (N)
simnyuk (S), simryuk (N)


sipchil / sipch'il


sippal / sipp'al


sipgu / sipku


isip
?
?
ip
Notes
^+ The two transliterations given for the Korean numerals are based on the Revised Romanization of Korean and the older McCune-Reischauer romanization, respectively.
^? As with Japanese and Vietnamese, Korean uses two different numbering systems, one based on native vocabulary and one based on a Sino-Xenic numbering system (Sino-Korean). In modern Korean, the latter system is more commonly used. See previous note for transliteration information. Note also North-South differences in the Korean language.

Khoisan languages

Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nama ?khai?nãs ?gui ?gam ?nona haka koro ?nani h? ?khaisa khoese d?si
N?u ?'oe ?'uu n?ona kebeke

Mongolic languages

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Proto-Mongolic+ *nik?n *koxar *gurb?n *dörb?n *tab?n *jirgux?n *dolux?n *na(y)im?n *yers?n *xarb?n *kor?n *guc?n *döc?n *tab?n *jir?n *dal?n *nay?n *yer?n *mingg?n
Para-Mongolic *
Khitan+
?

?
?


muumur

*omc
(*Mongolian onts= "unique")
?

?
?


j.ur.er
?

?
?


hu.ur.er
?

?
?


durer/duren
?

?
?


tau (five)

t.ad.o.ho (fifth)
?

?
?


nil
?

?
?


da.lo.er
?

?
?


nyo.i, n.ie.em
?

?
?


is
?

?

par
?
?
?
?
Middle Mongolian+ niken
qoyar
gurban
dörben
?
tabun
?
jirqoghan
dologhan
nayiman
yisün
arban
Classical Mongolian+ tegen
nigen
qojar
?urban
dörben
tabuan
?ir?u?an
dolu?an
?
naiman
jisün
?
arban
^* The closest relative of the languages traced back to Proto-Mongolic appears to be the medieval Khitan language.
Khitan has been described as "Para-Mongolic": not part of the Mongolic family, but related to it.[50]
Central Mongolic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Kalmyk / ?
xoosn / bütü
?
negn
?
xojr

?urvn

dörvn
?
tavn

zur?an

dolan

nmn
?
jisn
?
arvn
Kalmyk, Issyk Kul n?gn xoj?r ?urvu dörve t?v? z?r?a d?la nmi j?se arv?
Khalkha
teg
?

neg
?
xojor
?

gurav

döröv
?

tav
?

dzurg?

dol?
?
?
najm

jes
?
arav
?
Oirat nige(n) xoyor ghurba(n) dörbö(n) tabu(n) zurgha:(n) dolo:(n) nayima(n) yesü(n) arba(n)
Ordos nege xojor gurva dörvö tavu dzhurga: dolo: naêm jisu arav
Northern Mongolic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Buryat
negen
?
xojor

gurban

dürben

taban
?
zurg?n

dol?n

najman
?
jühen

arban
Northeastern Mongolic languages (Dagur/Daurian) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Daur nek xojir guarba(n) dureb / durbe(n) t?va(n) / tau(n) ?irg?(n) dol?(n) naima(n) jise(n) xarba(n)
Southern Mongolic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Shira Yugur nege r ?urvan dörven t?ven ?ur?o? dol?n naiman isen xarvan
Southeastern Mongolic languages (Shirongolic / Amdo-Qinghai) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bonan (Baoan) nege ?uar ?ura? dera? tavo? ?ir?o? dolo? niman jeso? habra?
Monguor nyge
(n?g?)
ghoor ghuraan deeren taavan
(taavun)
jirghoon
(d?ir?oon)
doloon naiiman shdzyn
(?dz?n)
xaran
Santa (Dongxiang) nie ?ua ?uran ?ieruan tavuan uan dolon naiman jesun haruan
Southwestern Mongolic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Moghol nikán qeyór qurbún durbón tåbun jurghan

shish
jålàn,

húft
sålån,

húshtu
tåsån,

no:
arbån

Niger-Congo languages

Senegambian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Pulaar fus goo ?i?i tati nayi joyi jeegom jee?i?i jeetati jeenayi sappo
Pular fus go'o ?i?i tati nay jowi jeego jee?i?i jeetati jeenay sappo
Wolof tus benn ñaar ñett ñent juróom juróom benn juróom ñaar juróom ñett juróom ñent fukk
Mande languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bambara kelen fila / fla saba naani duuru wr? wolonfila / wolonfla segin k?n?nt?n tan
Jula kelen
[kél]
fila / fla
[fìlá / flá]
saba
[sàbá]
naani
[ná:ní]
looru
[ló:rú]
wr?
[w:r]
wolonfila / wolonfla
[wól?fìlá / wól?flá]
segin / seegi
[sè / sè:?í]
k?n?nt?n
[knt]
tan
[tã?]
Soninke baane fillo / hillo sikko naxato karago tunmu / tumu ?eru / ?eeru / ñeru / ñeeru segu kabu tanmu
Atlantic Languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sherbro buul ting ra yol men men-buul men-ting men-ra men-yol wang
Kwa languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Yoruba   ?kan /
?ni /
kan
eji /
meji
m?ta m?rin marun m?fa meje m?j? m?san m?wa
Bantoid and Bantu languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jarawa *mo rwap ta:t lajín toan to?-salmwak kestat ke?-?in kestoan lum
Kinyarwanda zero rimwe kabiri gatatu kane gatanu gatandatu karindwi umunani icyenda icumi
Kituba nkatu mosi zole tatu iya tanu sambanu nsambwadi nana uvwa kumi
Lingala zeló
libúngútulú
mk míbalé mísáto mínei mítáno motóbá nsambo mwambe libwá zómi
Nufi nehe nsh?' p taa kw? tii ntoho smb h v?'? gham / o / moo
Shona ziro imwe piri tatu ina shanu tanhatu nomwe sere pfumbamwe gumi
Swahili sifuri moja mbili tatu nne tano sita saba nane tisa kumi
Xhosa qanda nye nbini ntathu ne hlanu thandathu xhenxe bhozo thoba shumi
Zulu iqanda kunye kubili kuthathu kune kuhlanu isithupha isikhombisa isishiyagalombili isishiyagalolunye ishumi

Nilo-Saharan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dinka abac tök rou diäk ?uan dhiëc dhetem dhorou bëët dho?uan thiër
Luo nono achiel ariyo adek ang'wen abich auchiel abiriyo aboro ochiko apar
Kanuri fal, tilo indi yask?/yakk? deg? uwu arakk? tulur wusku l?gar mewu

Kra-Dai languages

Be-Kam-Tai (Zhuang-Dong) languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Be / Ong Bê languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lingao h?3 v?n3 ?
ta:m1*
?
ti3 /
t?3
?
?o3 /
?a3
?
lok7 /
sok7
?
sit7
?
bet7 /
bak7
?
ku8 /
kiu4
?
t?p8
^* Chinese Hainan Minnan (), also known as or .
Kam-Sui languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dong ?i55 ja212 sam35 si453 ngo31 ljok21 set35 pet323 tu323 s'ep21
Tai (Zhuang-Tai) languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ahom lüng shång sha:m shi: ha: ro:k, ho:k chet pet kau ship
Lao ?

sun
?
?
nueng
?

song
?

sam
?

si
?

ha
?

hok
?
?
chet
?

paet
?

kaw


sip
Shan ?
?
[s?on1]
?

[n3]
?
?
[s1]
?
?
[s?aam1]
?

[s?i2]
?

[haa3]
?

[hok4]
?

[tset4]
?

[p?t2]
?
?
[kaw3]


[s?ip4]
Thai ?

s?n
?

nuèng
?

s?ng
?

s?m
?

?

?

hòk
?
?
chèt
?

pàet
?
?
kâw


sìp
Zhuang lingz (?) it (?)
ndeu (?)
ngeih (?)
song (?)
sam (?) seiq (?) haj
ngux (?)
roek
loek (?)
cat (?) bet
bat (?)
gouj (?) cib (?)
Zhuang-Bouyei (Puyi) deu1 song1 sam1 si5 ha3 zok7 ch'at pet7 ku3 ch'ip8
Hlai languages (Li-Laqua) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Li (Hlai) i trau s'u s'o pa tom thau au fe fuot
Kra languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Kra+ *tm C *sa A *tu A *p? A *r-ma A *x-n?m A *t-ru A *m-ru A *s-?wa B *pwlot D
Buyang (Bu-Rong)* tsam45 tha322 tu322 pa322 ma33 nam33 tu33 mu31 dha33 va55
^* Buyang is important to the reconstruction of Austro-Tai as it retains the disyllabic roots characteristic of Austronesian languages.
Examples are /mat/ "to die", /matá/ "eye", /qaðù/ "head", and /maðû/ "eight". (See Austro-Tai for proposed connections.)

Tungusic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Tungusic+ ämün zhör ilan dügün tuñga ñöngün nadan zhapkun xüjägün zhuwan
Northern Tungusic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Evenki umu:n dyu:r ilan dygin tunnga nyungun nadan dyapkun egin dya:n
Negidal emen zhu:l elan dighi: toñnga ñungun nadan zhapkun ijeghin zha:n
Oroch omo ju: ila di: tunga ñüngü nada jappu xuyu ja:
Oroqen (Orochon) umun juur ylan diyin tongnga nyungun nadan japkon yyyin jaan
Solon ymun juur ylan diyin tongnga ningun nadan jaxon yyyin jaan
Udege (Udihe, Udekhe, Udeghe)
omo

ju:
(z?)

ila

di:
?
tunga
(tu?a)
?
ñungu
(nyu?u)
?
nada

jakpu
(zakpu)

yeyu
(yeyi)

ja:
(z?)
Southern Tungusic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jurchen+ emu juwe ilan duyin sunja ninggu nadan jakun uyewun juwa
Manchu+ emu
zhuwe
?
ilan
?
duin
sunzha
ninggun
nadan
zhakûn
uyun
?
zhuwan
Hezhen Nanai (Gold) ymkyn juru ilan duyin sunja ningun nadan jaqun uün juan
Nanay ?mun ?u?r
(dyuer)
ilan duin toja
(toinga)
n'uun
(nyungun)
nadan ?akpun
(dyakpun)
xujun
(xuyun)
?oan
(dyoan)
Olcha (Ulchi) um juel ila dui tuñja ñunggu nada jaqpu xuyu juuwa
Orok umu:ke du: Ila ji:n tunda nunggu nada jaqpu xuyu jo:n
Sibe (Xibe, Xibo) ymkyn ju ilan duyin sunja nüngun nadyn jaqun uyin juan

Yeniseian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Yeniseian (Starostin) *xu-sa *x?na *doa *si- *qä- *?a?V *?o?n- - - *Ga
Northern branch (Ket-Yugh) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ket qk (animate),
q?s? (inanimate)
n d sk q?k ? /
à
n ?nam b?n?s?a? q?
(10 - 2 )
qus?am b?n?s?a? q?
(10 - 1)
q?
Yugh (Sym Ket) k (animate),
?us?1 / qus?1 (inanimate)
n1 d sik1 ?ak1 a?:4 / a?1 n b?sim*
*( < Russian ' vosem? ')
d?bet*
*( < Russian ' devjat? ')
?o1
Southern branch (Kott - Arin) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Kott-Assan 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Kott (Kott)-Assan hu:t?a i:na to:?a t?e?a ~
?e:?a
ke?a ~
?e:?a
?elut?a ?elina xalto:nga chumua:ga ha:?a ~
ha?a
Arin-Pumpokol 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Arin qúsej kína to?ga
(t?o?a ~ t?u:?a)
shaja
(t?a?a)
qala ögga
(a)
in'a kinamanchau kusamanchau qoa
(qau)
~ hio?a
Pumpokol xúta hin?a?
(híneang)
dó?a
(dónga)
ziang
(cía-ng)
hejla?
(xej-lang)
aa?
(ággiang)
ón'ang hinbásiang xúta-hamósa-xajáng haja?
(xajáng)

Yukaghir languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Northern (Tundra) Yukaghir
m?rxuo?
?
kijuo?
?
jaluo?

jalakla?

imdaa?
?
m?lajla?

puskija?
?
m?lajlakla?

waramkruo?

kuna?a?
Southern Yukaghir irk?j ataql?j j?l?j ilekl?j n'anb?j m?l?j purk?j?j mal?il?kl?j kunirkil'j kunel'?j

Languages of Americas and Oceania

Algonquian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 u 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Algonquian *ne-kwet-w-i *nii?-w-i *ne--w-i *nyee-w-i *nyaa?an-w-i *ne-kwet-w-aa?ika *nii?-w-aa?ika *ne--w-aa?ika
Plains Algonquian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Arapaho céésey
jaasaaye
niis
neesh
nééso
naasau
yéin
yeain
yóó?on
yawthawn
níítotox
nedawdahx
níísootox
nesaudahx
néésootox
naasaudahx
?ío'tox
thiahdahx
béteetox
baadaadahx
Blackfoot nitokska natoka niuokska nisoo nisito nau ixkitsika naniso pixkso kepo
Cheyenne na'êstse ne?e na'he neve noho naesohto nésohto na'nohto sóohto mâhtohto
Central Algonquian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Algonquin pejik ninj niswe new naraw ningotwaso nincwaso niswaso jangaso mitaso
Cree
(Plains)
mwac
kêkwân
pêyak nîso nisto nêwo niyânan nikotwâsik têpakohp ayinânêw kêkâ-
mitâtaht
mitâtaht
Fox nekoti ni:shwi nye:wi neswi nya:nanwi kotwa:shika no:hika shwa:shika sha:ka kwili
Innu
(Innu-aimun, Montagnais)
pejukw nihkw nIst new patetaht kutwaht nihwaht nihwawh pejukwahtew mItahtw
Kickapoo nekoti niiswi nethwi niei niananw kotoaasika noohika neswaasika saaka metaathw
Menominee nekot ni:s neqniw ni:w nianan neku:tuasetah no:hekan suasek sakew meta:tah
Miami-Illinois meeneehki ninkoti
nkóti
nii?wi nihswi niiwi myaaranwi
(n)yaalanwi
kaakaathswi swaahteethswi paraare
palaani
nii?omeneehki
ninkotimeneehki
nkótimeneehki
mataathswi
Naskapi paaikw niisu nistu naaw pitaataahch aasutaahch niiswaautaahch yaanaaw paaikustaaw paaikuyuw
Ojibwe
(Southwestern)
gaawiin gegoo/
waawiyebii'igan
bezhig niizh niswi niiwin naanan (n)ingodwaaswi niizhwaaswi (n)ishwaaswi zhaangaswi midaaswi
Potawatomi ngot nish nswe' nyaw nyanIn ngotwatso nowak shwatso shak mdatso
Sauk
(Mesquakie)
nekotah nish nessoah neeáwah neeananon kotoashec nowee shoashec shac kweechah
Shawnee negate neshwa nithese newe nialinwe negotewathe neshwathe sashekswa chakatswa metathwe
Eastern Algonquian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Abenaki
bazegw niz nas yaw n[ô]lan ngued[ô]z tôbawôz nsôzek noliwi mdala
Abenaki
(Cowasuck)
pazok mis
nis
nas iao n8lan ngwed8z t8nbaw8z ns8zek noliwi mdala
Abenaki, Eastern
(Alnôbak)
bez'go nis na`s yeu nan nukw'dus tabaúwus nsözuk noli` medala
Abenaki, Western
(Sokoki)
pazekw nis nas iaw nlan nguedz tbawz nszek noliwi mdala
Beothuk yaseek adjieich shendeek dabseek nine jeck bashedtheek oodzook adayook yeothoduc shansee
Loup A
(?Nipmuck?)
nengwt ninz shwi iau napale negwtensik ninzensik shwensik peskwghin paiakwe
Loup B pasko nissoac swac iwac nonoac negotons tanboens tsinsw noriwe metai
Mahican ngutte nesche nacha náwa nananè guttããsch tupouwus ghusooh nannéwe mtannit
Malecite
(Maliseet)
nekwt tapu sist neu nan kamatchin loikunuk okamultchin eskwunatek kqitinsk
Massachusett
(Natick)
nequt neese nish yaw napanna nequttatash nesausuk shawosuk paskoogun puik
Mi'kmaq newt tapu sist neo nan asugom eluigenik ugolmochin pesgunatek mtlen[51]
Narragansett nquit neesse nish yoh nepanna qutta enada shwosuck paskugit piuck
Munsee gutti nischa nacha newa nalan guttasch nischoasch chaasch nolewi wimbat
Passamaquoddy pesq nis nihi new nan kamahcin oluwikonok oqomolcin esqonatek qotinsk
Nanticoke nickquit na-eez nis yaugh nup-pai-a noquttah my-yay-wah tzah passa-conque millah!
Pequot néqut nîs ch'wî iâw nîpâu k'dusk nîzu'sh ch'wî-ô'sk bo:zuku'kwong bâ'iog
Pamlico weembot neshinnauh nish-wonner yau-ooner umperren who-yeoc top-po-osh nau-haush-shoo pach-ic-conk cosh
Powhatan necut ningh nuss yough paranske comotinch toppawoss nusswash kekatawgh kaskeke
Quiripi pafuk (néze) fwe (youh) (nesausuk) (swank) (pásakogun) (paíak)
Unami kwëti nisha naxa newa palenàxk kwètash nishash xash pèshkung tèlën
Unquachog nquit nees nus yauh napaa nacuttah tumpowa swat he one payac

Australian Aboriginal languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Anindilyakwa[52] awilyaba
(awi?aba)
ambilyuma
(ambima / ambima)
abiyakarbiya
(abijaka?bija)
abiyarbuwa
(abija?buwa)
amangbala
(ama?ba?a)
amangbala awilyaba
(ama?ba?a awi?aba)
amangbala ambiyuma
(ama?ba?a ambima)
amangbala abiyakarbiya
(ama?ba?a abijaka?bija)
amangbala abiyarbuwa
(ama?ba?a abija?buwa)
ememberrkwa
(?m?mbk?a)
Gumulgal[52] urapon ukasar ukasar-urapon ukasar-ukasar ukasar-ukasar-urapon ukasar-ukasar-ukasar
Gurindji[53] yoowarni garndiwirri nga-rloo-doo (none) ?
Kokata[52] kuma kutthara kabu wima ngeria
Kunwinjku[52] na-kudji boken danjbik kunkarrngbakmeng kunbidkudji kunbidboken
Mabuiag[52] urapun okosa okosa-urapun okosa-okosa okosa-okosa-urapun okosa-okosa-okosa ras+ ras ras ras
Ngaanyatjarra[54] kutja kutjarra marnkurra kutjarra-kutjarra? kutjarra-marnkurra
Nunggubuyu[52] anyjabugij wulawa wulanybaj wulalwulal marang-anyjabugij marang-anyjabugij mari anyjabugij marang-anyjabugij mari wula marang-anyjabugij mari wulanybaj marang-anyjabugij mari wulalwulal marang-anyjabugij marang-anyjabugij
Tiwi[52] natinga jirara jiraterima jatapinta punginingita wamutirara
Wangka[52] kuja kujarra kujarra kuju kujarrakujarra marakuju marakujarra
Wotjobaluk Giti m?nya Gai?p m?nya Mar?ng m?nya Yolop-yolop m?nya Bap m?nya Dart g?r Boib?n Bun-darti Gengen dartch?k Borpor?ng
Wurrundjeri-willam B?b?pi-m?ringya B?láto-rável B?láto Urn?ng-mél?k Bab?ngyi-m?ringya Krauel Ng?r?mbul Jerauabil Thánb?r Berbert
Yolngu[52] wanggany marrma' lurrkun marrma' marrma' gong wangany gong marrma'
Notes
^? In Gurindji, the number after three (nga-rloo-doo) is garndi-wa-ngoo-rroo, which means "many".
^+ In Mabuiag (Western-Central Torres Strait Island Language), all numbers greater than 6 are referred to as ras.
^? In Ngaanyatjarra, it is also common for numbers greater than 3 to be referred to as pirni, meaning "many". Otherwise, larger numbers are made by combining the smaller numbers.

Eskimo-Aleut languages

Aleut languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Aleut *attaqa-n *aallax *qaanku *sitsin *tsang *atsung *allung *qamtsing *sitsing *h-atix?
Nii?u?is (West Attu Aleut) ataqan alax qankus siiching chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing hatix?
Taxtamam Tunuu ataqan ulax qaku siichin chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing atix?
Qawalangin (East Atkan Aleut) ataqan aalax qaankun siichin chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing atix?

Eskimo languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Eskimo *ata?uci? *mal?ugh *pingayut *citamat *tadlimat *a?vinelegh *mal?ughneng a?vinelegh *ningayuneng a?vinelegh *qulengngu?utengit *qulet
Inuit languages
Inupiaq languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Seward Inupiaq atausiq marluuk pingasut sitaman tauliman arwinilik tauliman marluuk tauliman pingasut qulinguutailat qulit
Qawiaraq atauchiq malruk pingachut chitaman talliman arwinilik talliman malruk talliman pingachut qulingutiiliit qulit
Malimiutun atausriq malruk piñgasrut sisaman talliman itchaksrat talliman malruk talliman piñgasrut qulingurutaillaq qulit
North Alaskan Iñupiaq atausiq malruk piñgasut sisaman talliman itchaksat talliman malruk talliman piñgasut qulingnguutaillaq qulit
Uummarmiutun atauhiq malruk piñgahut hihaman talliman itchakhat talliman malruk talliman piñgahut qulingiluat qulit
Inuktitut languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Old Tchiglitun atautchiq malruk pingatchut tchitaman talliman arvinilik arvinilit malruk arvinilit pingatchut qulingiluat qulit
New Siglitun atausiq malruk pingasut sitaman talliman arvinilik talliman malrungnik talliman pingasunik qulingiluat qulit
Kangiryuarmiutun atauhiq malruk pingahut hitaman talliman arvinilik malruungnik arvinilik pingahunik arvinillit qulingiluat qulit
Inuinnaqtun 1
[clarification needed]
ataohik malgok pingahot hitaman talliman agvinilik malgoknik agvinilik pingahotnik agviniliit kolingiloat kolit
Inuinnaqtun 2
[clarification needed]
atauhiq malruuk pingahut hitamat tallimat arvinilik malruungnik arvinilik pingahunik arvinilik qulingiluat qulit
Natsilingmiutut H 'atauhiq' ? 'malruuk' H 'pingahut' H?H 'hihamat' 'tallimat' 'arvinilik'
'arviniq'
'malruungnik arvingat' H 'pingahunik arvingat' H?H? 'hihamanik arvingat
qulingiluaqtut

'qulit'
Kivallirmiutut H 'atauhiq' ? 'malruuk' H 'pingahut' H? 'hitamat' 'tallimat' 'arvinilik'
'arvinrat'
'malruungniarvinilik' H 'pingahuniarvinillik' qulingiluaqtut
'qulit'
Aivilingmiutut 'atausiq' ? 'marruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'sitamat' 'tallimat' ? 'arviniqtut' 'marruungniarvinilik' ? 'pingasuniarvinilik' 'qulingiluaqtut'
'qulit'
Inuktitut (Official Language) 'atausiq' ? 'marruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'sitamat' 'tallimat' 'arvinilik' 'marruungnik arvinilik' 'pingasunik arvinilik' 'qulingiluat '
'qulit'
Iglulingmiutut (North Baffin) 'atausiq' ? 'marruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'tisamat' 'tallimat' 'arviniliit' 'arviniliit marruungnik'
'arviniliit pingasunik'
'quliqanngituinnaqtut'
'qulit'
South Baffin 'atausiq' ? 'marruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'sitamat'
? 'sisamat'
'tallimat' ? 'pingasuujuqtut' 'sitamaujunngigiaqtut' 'sitamaujuqtut' 'quliunngiaqtut'
'qulit'
Nunavimmiutitut (Taqramiutut) 'atausiq' ? 'maqruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'sitamat' 'tallimat' ? 'pingasuujurtut' 'sitamaujunngigiartut' 'sitamaujurtut' 'quliunngigartut'
'qulit'
Itivimiutut 'atausiq' ? 'marruuk' ? 'pingasut' ? 'sitamat' 'tallimat' ? 'pingasuururtut' 'sitamaurunngigiartut' 'sitamaururtut' 'quliunngiartut'
'qulit'

tallimaururtut
Labrador Inuttut atautsi? magguuk pingasut sitamat tallimat pingasuujuttut sitamaujunngigiattut sitamaujuttut ?uliunngiattut tallimaujuttut
Rigolet atausiq marruuq pingasut sitamat tallimat aqpinilik aqpiniq marruuq aqpiniq pingasut qulingiluaqtut qulit
Moravian Inuttut (Loanword from German) ainasik suvaik taraik viaga vinivi sâksit sepat âttat naina senat
Greenlandic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Modern Kalaallisut (Official Language) ataaseq marluk pingasut sisamat tallimat arfinillit arfineq marluk arfineq pingasut qulingiluat qulit
Avannarhuarmiutut (North Thule Greenlandic) atauhiq marluk pingahut hihamat taddimat arhiniddit arhiniq marluk arhiniq pingahut qulingiduat qulit
Kitaamiutut (West Greenlandic) ataasiq mar?uk pingasut sisamat taimat arviniit arviniq marluk arviniq pingasut qulingiluat qulit
Tunumiisit uraasiat (East Greenlandic) alaasiq martit pingasit siamat tattimat arpiittit arpiniq martut arpiniq pingasit qutingituat qutit
Sermilimmiisit (East Greenlandic 2) suuttiq suuttip tuttia
aappaa
pingaivaajat siamaajat tattimaajat arpiaajat arpiniq aappaa arpiniq pingaivaajat qutingituaajat qutiaatat
Yupik languages
Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sirenik ateresex malrug pingeyug sitemiyi tasímengíyi inglex malrughningingli-kilrix pingiyughningingli-kilrix ningingli tasixta
Chaplinski Yuit ataaziq maalghuk pingayut staamat ta?imat aghvínglek maalghaghvínla pingayuninginglalik staamaninginglalik kula
Naukanski Yuit ataasiq maalghut pingayut sitamat ta?imat aghvinelek maalghugneng aghvinelek pingayuneng aghvinelek qulngughutngilnguq qulmeng
Nunivak Cup'ik atautciq ma?eruk pingaayut staamät tä?iimat arvinglegen malrunglegen inglulgen qulngurutailnguut qula
Sugpiaq atauciq
allriluq
malluk pingaun staamat ta?iman arwinlgen malluugin inglulen qulnguyan qulen
Chugach Sugpiaq atuusiq malruk
malruungin
pingaun staamat ta?imän arwinlgen malrungin ingilulin qulnguyan qulin
Yup'ik atauciq malruk pingayun cetaman ta?iman arvinglegen malrunglegen pingayunglegen qulngunritaraan qula

Iroquoian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cherokee
saquui

ta'li

tso'i

nvgi

hisgi

sudali
?
galiquogi

tsunela

sonela

sgohi
Mohawk énska tékeni áhsen kaié:ri wisk iá:ia'k tsá:tah sha'té:kon tióhton oié:ri
Oneida úskah téken áhs? kayé: wísk yá:yak tsya:ták téklu' wá:tlu oye:l?i?
Wyandot skat te?dih hk ?dahk wi? wa?a? tsutare? a?tere? tr ahs?h

Mayan languages

Proto-Mayan *mih *juun *kaa'b' *oohx *ka:ng- *ho?- *wahq- *huq- *waqshaq- *b'eleng- *laxung
Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Huastec Mayan hun tzab ox tze acac buc huaxic belleuh lahu
Kaqchikel wa'ix jun ka'i' oxi' kaji' wo'o' waqi' wuqu' waqxaqi' b'eleje' lajuj
Kiche jun
[xun]
kieb'
[k?iep]
oxib'
[o?ip]
kajäb'
[k?ax?p]
job'
[xop]
waqib'
[waq?ip]
wuqub'
[wuq?up]
wajxaqib'
[wax?aq?ip]
b'elejeb'
[?elexep]
lajuj
[laxux]
Q'anjob'al jun kab' oxeb' kaneb' oyeb' waqeb' uqeb' waxaqeb' b'aloneb' lajobeb'
Yucatec Mayan[55][56] hun ka'a óox kan ho'o** wáak úuk waxak bolon lahun
Tzotzil jun chib 'oxib chanib vo'ob vakib vukub waxakib baluneb lajuneb
Notes
^** For numbers above four, the Spanish words are generally used.[57]

Muskogean languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Chickasaw[58] chaffa toklo tochchí'na oshta talhlhá'pi hanná'li ontoklo ontochchí'na chakká'li pokkó'li
Choctaw[59] achvffa tuklo tuchena ushta talhapi hvnnali ontuklo ontuchena chakkali pokkoli
Creek[60] hvmken hokkolen tutc?nen osten cvhk?pen ?paken kolvpaken cenvpaken ostvpaken palen
Mikasuki ?áàmen toklan tocheenan shéetaaken chahkeepan eepaaken kolapaaken toshnapaaken oshtapaaken pokoolen

Na-Dené languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Chiricahua (Apache) - dá?ee'é naaki táá', táí d?' 'anshdlai' guustán guusts'iidi' ts'aabí ?guust'áí' guneesnán
Dënesiné -- ághë náke taghë dgh? s?lághë i?k'ë?taghë tot? / ?ásd ~ ?ë?sd k'ë?d ~ k'ë?d ë?ót? honë?na
Jicarilla (Apache) - dá?a'éé náaki kai'i d?'i ashdle,
ashdle'
goskán gosts'idi sb? nst'ai goneesnán
Navajo t'áá?á'i (láa'ii) naaki táá' d?' ashdla' hast? tsosts'id tseebíí náhást'éí neeznáá
Tlingit (tléil) tléix' déix? nás'k daax'oon keijín tleidooshú dax?adooshú nas'gadooshú gooshú? jinkaat
Western Apache dá?á'a nakih taagi
(tgi)
d'i
(d?'i)
ashdla'i, ashdla', ishdla'i gostán gosts'idi tsebii (tseb), sabii (sab), sebii (seb) góst'áí,
?góst'áí
goneznán, gonenán, goneezná, goniinán

Quechuan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Quechua illaq
ch'usaq
huq iskay kinsa tawa pisqa suqta qanchis pusaq isqun chunka chunka huqniyuq chunka iskayniyuq chunka kinsaniyuq chunka tawaniyuq chunka pisqaniyuq chunka suqtaniyuq chunka qanchisniyuq chunka pusaqniyuq chunka isqunniyuq iskay chunka

Salishan languages

Coast languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Comox ná?a sá?a ?álas mus síya?ix t'áxam c'ois táis tígyixw úpan
Halkomelem lec'e isa·le ?i·x? x?e?u·?els ?eq'a·ces t'x?em ?u·k?s teqa·ca tu·x? u·pel
Klallam nc?u? s ?íx? ?ús ?q?á t?x? c?ú?k?s tá?cs tk?x? ?úpn
Northern Straits (Saanich) NET?E, / n?t? ?ESE, / s L?IW? / ?ix? ?OS / ?as L?K?A?ES / ?q?es DX?E? / t?x T?O,C?ES / ta?ks TA,T?ES / tes TEC?EW? / t?kx? ,OPEN / ?ap?n
Interior languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Okanagan naqs ?asíl kaís mus cilkst t?áqmkst síspl?k? tim? xx?nut ?úp?nkst
Salish nku? esél ?e?é mus cil t?áq?n sisp?l? hé?en?m x?n?ut upn
Shuswap nek'ú? seséle ke?és mus tsilkst teq'mékst tsúts?ke? nek'°ú?ps tem?enkúk'°e? úpekst
Thompson péye? séye keés mús cíykst ?'áq'mekst cú?ke? pi?úps t?m?péye? ?úpnekst

Siouan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lakhóta tákuni waí/wanji/wanci nú?pa/nupa/nup/num yámni tópa zápta? ?ákpe (sha-kpe) ?akówi? (sha-ko-wing) ?agló?a? (sha-glo-ghang) nap?íyu?ka (na-pci-yung-ka) wik?émna (wi-kce-mna)

Tupian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Guaraní papa'? pete? mokõi mbohapy irundy po pote? pokõi poapy porundy pa
Tupinambá oîepé mokõî mosapyr irundyk po pó-oîepé pó-mokõi pó-mosapyr pó-irundyk mokõi-pó
Nheengatu iepé muk?i musapíri irundi iepepu puiepé pumuk?i pumusapíri puirundi muk?ipu

Utian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bodega Miwok[61] kénne ?óa tel(l)éeka húja kenékkuh pácci?ak ?eelóowih ?óuwah kénnekotoh kíccih

Uto-Aztecan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Comanche cíen
s?m?
uah
waha
paiste
pahit
ayarocueté
hayarokwet
moobeté
mo?obe?
nabaehté
naabait
tatzeuhté
tàh'tsookt
nameuatzeuhté
nam'ewotstsooht
cemanouehminate
wo'menut
cemanri
sa'imen
Hopi[62] suukya' lööyöm pàayom naalöyöm tsivot navay tsange' nanalt pevt pakwt
Nahuatl c? ?me ?yi n?hui m?cu?lli chicuac? chic?me chicu?yi chicn?hui mahtlactli
Shoshoni semme wahatte pahaitte wattsewitte manaikitte naahpaitte taattsewitte woosewitte sewemihankante sewaahte
Tarahumara, Central[63] biré ocuá biquiyá nahuosa marí usani quicháo osá nahuó químacoy macoy
Timbisha[64] sümüttün wahattün pahittün wattsüwitün manikitün naapaitün taattsüwitün woosüwitün wanikkitün süümootün

Yokutsan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Chukchansi y?t pú-nâ-i sá-pin hát-pan-ni yít-si-nil chá-li-pi nóm-chin mó-nos nó-nip chí-y?-u

Language isolates

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ainu
sine

tu
?
re

ine
?
asikne

iwan
?
arwan

tupesan

sinepesan

wan
?
sine ikasma wan
?
tu ikasma wan
? ?
re ikasma wan
?
ine ikasma wan
? ?
asikne ikasma wan
?
iwan ikasma wan
? ?
arwan ikasma wan
?
tupesan ikasma wan
?
sinepesan ikasma wan

hotne
Basque zero bat bi hiru lau bost
bortz
sei zazpi zortzi bederatzi hamar hamaika hamabi hamahiru hamalau hamabost
hamabortz
hamasei hamazazpi hemezortzi
hamazortzi
hemeretzi hogei
Iberian ban bi(n) irur laur bors(te) Sei sisbi sorse abaR
Burushaski han altó isko wálto ?indó mishíndo thaló altámbo hunchó tóorumo'
Elamite kir mar zit liuli rit
Etruscan
?u

zal

ci
(?)
hu?(?)
(?)
?a(?)

ma?
(?)
?a(?)
(?)
hu?(?)
?
sem?
[65]
snuia?
*?
*cezp
?
nur?

?ar
*
*?u?ar
*
*zal?ar
*
*ci?ar
(?)
hu?zar(?)
*(?)
*?a?ar(?)
*
*maar
*(?)
*?a?ar(?)
(?)
hu?zar(?)
?
ciem za?rum

eslem za?rum

?unem za?rum

za?rum
Gilyak (Nivkh) ?aqr
ñ(i)-
meqr
m(i/e)-
caqr
c(e)-
n?kr
n(e)-
t?oqr
tho-
?ax
ngax-
?amk
ngamg
minr
minr
ben
ñeñben
mxoqr
mxo-
Hurrian ?ukko ?in(i) kig(e) tumn(i) nari(ja) ?e?e ?ind(i) kir(i/a) tamr(i) eman
Kusunda qasti dzi?a da pja?dza? pa?dza?
Nihali bi?um irar mo?ho n?lo pãco ch sato a?ho nav das
Mapudungun kiñe epu küla meli kechu kayu regle pura aylla mari
Sumerian ?
desh
?
min
?
pesh
?
lim
?
i
?
i-ash
?
i-min
?
i-us
?
i-lim
?
hu
Zuni topinte kwilin ha'in 'aawiten 'apten topalekka'a kwilelekk'a ha'elekk'a tenalekk'a 'astemlhan

Creoles and pidgins

English-based creoles and pidgins 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bislama wan tu tri fo faev siks seven eit naen ten
Solomon Islands Pijin siro wan tu tri foa faev sikis seven eit naen ten
Tok Pisin siro wan tu tri foa faiv sikis seven et nain ten
Krio ziro wan tu tri fo fayv siks s?vin et nayn t?n
Norfolk/Pitcairnese siro (sero) wan tuu thrii foor fiiw siks (seks) sewen iet niin ten
French-based creole languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Antillean Creole zéro yonn twa kat senk sis set uit nèf dis
Haitian Creole zero youn de twa kat senk sis sèt yit nèf dis
Mauritian Creole (Morisien) zero enn de trwa kat sink sis set wit nef dis
Seychellois Creole (Seselwa) enn de trwa kat senk sis set wit nef dis
Portuguese-based creole languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cape Verdean Creole (Santiago) zéru un dos tres kuatu sinku seix séti ôitu nóvi dés
Cape Verdean Creole (São Vicente) zér un dos tres kuat sink seix sét ôit nóv dés
Papiamentu un dos tres kuater sinku seis shete ocho nuebe djes
Spanish-based creole languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
(Zamboanga, Cavite, Cotabato, Davao Chavacano) zero/sero uno dos tres cuatro/kwatro cinco/singko seis siete/syete ocho nueve/nwebe diez/dies
(Ternate Chavacano) sero unû dos tres kwatrû singkû seis syétih ochû nwebe dies
Zulu-based pidgin languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Fanagalo wan tu tri fo fayif sikis seven eyit nayin ten

Constructed and auxiliary languages

International auxiliary languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Communicationssprache una dua tria quatra quina sesta setta otta nona dia
Esperanto nul unu du tri kvar kvin ses sep ok na? dek dek unu dek du dek tri dek kvar dek kvin dek ses dek sep dek ok dek na? dudek
Glosa mo bi tri tet pen six seti ok nona deka
Idiom Neutral un du tri kuatr kuink seks sept okt nov des desun desdu destri deskuatr deskuink desseks dessept desokt desnov dudes
Ido zero un du tri quar kin sis sep ok non dek dek-e-un dek-e-du dek-e-tri dek-e-quar dek-e-kin dek-e-sis dek-e-sep dek-e-ok dek-e-non duadek
Interlingua zero un duo tres quatro cinque sex septe octo nove dece dece-un dece-duo dece-tres dece-quatro dece-cinque dece-sex dece-septe dece-octo dece-nove vinti
Interlingue (Occidental) un du tri quar quin six sett ott nin deci deciun decidu decitri deciquar deciquin decisix decisett deciott decinin duant
Interslavic nula
?
jedin
dva
tri
?etyri
pet
?est
?
sedm
?
osm
devet
deset
jedinnadset
dvanadset
trinadset
?etyrinadset
petnadset
?estnadset
?
sedmnadset
?
osmnadsetet
devetnadset
dvadeseti
Kotava nedoy tanoy toloy baroy balemoy aluboy tevoy peroy anhustoy lerdoy sanoy
Lingua Franca Nova zero un du tre cuatro sinco ses sete oto nove des des-un des-du des-tre des-cuatro des-sinco des-ses des-sete des-oto des-nove dudes
Novial sero un du tri quar sink six set ot nin dek
Solresol redodo remimi refafa resolsol relala resisi mimido mimire mimifa mimisol mimila mimisi midodo mirere mifafa misolsol milala misisi fafado fafare
Spokil bal gel dil vol mul fal tel kil pol hal halbal halgel haldil halvol halmul halfal haltel halkil halpol genul
Volapük ser bal tel kil fol lul mäl vel jöl zül deg deg bal deg tel deg kil deg fol deg lul deg mäl deg vel deg jöl deg zül teldeg
Artistic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Brithenig sero / rhen yn dew trui cathr cinc sei seth oeth noe deg yndig dewddig truiddig cathorddig kindig yn e ghindig dew e ghindig dewnoe cathr e ghindig gweint
D'ni fah bree sehn tor vaht vahgahfah vahgahbree vahgahsehn vahgahtor nayvoo
Dothraki som

[som]

at

[at?]

akat

[akat?]

sen

[sen?]

tor

[t]

mek

[mek]

zhinda

[?in?d?a]

fekh

[fex]

ori

[o?i]

qazat

[q?zat?]

thi

[?i]

High Valyrian m?re

[me:?e]

lanta

[lanta]

h?re

[ha:?e]

izula

[izula]

t?ma

[to:ma]

b?re

[by:?e]

s?kuda

[si:kuda]

j?nqa

[de?qa]

v?re

[vo:?e]

ampa

[ampa]

Hymmnos nei
O
nnoi
I
zi dri fef vira ixa hept oct nei dec
de
Klingon

pagh [p]

wa' [w]

cha' [t?]

wej [w?d]

loS [lo?]

vagh [v]

jav [dv]

Soch [?ot]

?

chorgh [tor?]

Hut [xut?]

wa'maH ['wm?x]

wa'maH wa' ['wm?x w]

wa'maH cha' ['wm?x t?]

wa'maH wej ['wm?x w?d]

wa'maH loS ['wm?x lo?]

wa'maH vagh ['wm?x v]

wa'maH jav ['wm?x dv]

wa'maH Soch ['wm?x ?ot]

?

wa'maH chorgh ['wm?x tor?]

wa'maH Hut ['wm?x xut?]

cha'maH [t?m?x]

Klingonaase na kem bel tas res lob den tek zim sof pon
Na'vi kew 'aw mune pxey tsìng mrr pukap kinä vol volaw vomun vopey vosìng vomrr vofu vohin mevol mevolaw mevomun mevopey mevosìng
Quenya munta

['munta]

minë

['min?]

atta

['at:a]

neldë

['n?ld?]

canta

['kanta]

lempë

['l?mp?]

enquë

['k]

otso

['?ts?]

toldo

['t?ld?]

nertë

['n?rt?]

quain

['k?ajn]

minquë

['mi?k]

yunquë

['ju?k]

*nelquë

['n?lk]

canaquë

['kanak]

lepenquë

['l?pk]

enenquë

['?nk]

otoquë

['?t?k]

toloquë

['t?l?k]

neterquë

['n?t?rk]

*yúquain

['ju:k?ajn]

Sindarin min tad neledh canad leben eneg odog tolodh neder pae minib ýneg
Talossan viens douâ tres qator simcâ sex seifet vuit nouâ bisquinc
Telerin min tat nelet canat lepen enece otos *tolod neter pai minipe y?nece nelpe campe lepempe enempe otospe tolpe neterpe *y?pai
Teonaht uon tibro elen frem neighbor ksykso tsabre uyno temra dleyn
Warüigo zon zen ni san yon go xem nan je yan djü djüzen djüni djüsan djüyon djügo djüxem djünan djüje djüyan nidjü
Wenedyk zero wyn dwu trze kotry cz?k szej sie? ocy nów dzecz wynsprzedczy dwusprzedczy trzesprzedczy kotrysprzedczy cz?ksprzedczy szejsprzedczy sie?sprzedczy ocysprzedczy nówsprzedczy wij
Engineered languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Láadan thero nede shin boó bim sham bath um nib bud thab
Loglan ni ne to te fo fe so se vo ve neni nene neto nete nefo nefe neso nese nevo neve toni
Lojban no pa re ci vo mu xa ze bi so pano papa pare paci pavo pamu paxa paze pabi paso reno
Ro zax zab zac zad zaf zag zal zam zaq zar zabax zabab zabac zabad zabaf zabag zabal zabam zabaq zabar zacax
Toki Pona -
(ala)
wan
tu
mute
(tu wan)
mute
(tu tu)
mute
(luka)
mute
(luka wan)
mute
(luka tu)
mute
(luka tu wan)
mute
(luka tu tu)
mute
(luka luka)
mute
(luka luka wan)
mute
(luka luka tu)
mute
(luka luka wan tu)
mute
(luka luka tu tu)
mute
(luka luka luka)
mute
(luka luka luka wan)
mute
(luka luka luka tu)
mute
(luka luka luka tu wan)
mute
(luka luka luka tu tu)
mute
(luka luka luka luka)

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