List of numbers in various languages

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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 continue through to 20.

Contents

Old World language families[edit]

Afro-Asiatic languages[edit]

Chadic languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Hausasifilid'ayabiyuukuhud'ubiyarshidabakwaitakwastaragomagoma sha d'ayagoma sha biyugoma sha ukugoma sha hud'ugoma sha biyargoma sha shidagoma sha bakwaigoma sha takwasgoma sha taraashirin

Cushitic languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Oromotokkolamasadiiafurshanja'atorbasaddetsagalkudhan
Somalieberkowlabasaddexafarshanlixtoddobasiddeedsagaaltoban

Egyptian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Egyptian, Middle wˁ(yw)śnw(y)ḫmt(w)fdwdỉwśrśw/śỉśwśfḫ(w)ḫmn(w)pśḏ(w)mḏ(w)
Egyptian, Late wéʕesnéwexámtʰeftáwtíwsáwsáfxexmánepʰsítemúte
Coptic, Sahidic ouasnaušomntftooutiousooušašfšmounpsismēt

Semitic languages[edit]

Arabic languages012345678910
Arabic, Literary#
and Abjad numerals
٠
صِفْر
ṣifr
١
واحِد
wāḥid
٢
اِثنان
ʼiṯnān
٣
ثَلاثة
ṯalāṯä
٤
أرْبَعَة
ʼarbaʿä
٥
خَمْسة
ḫamsä
٦
سِتَّة
sittä
٧
سَبْعَة
sabʿä
٨
ثَمانِية
ṯamāniyä
٩
تِسْعة
tisʿä
١٠
عَشَرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Algerianواحد
wāḥed
زوج
zūǧ
ثلاثة
ṯlāṯä
ربعة
rabʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sebʿä
ثمانية
ṯmānyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Cypriot Maroniteآخن
ʼēḫen
خنين
ḫnayn
تلاخة
tlāḫë
أربع
ʼarbaʿ
خمسة
ḫamsï
سيتّة
sīttë
سابع
sābaʿ
خمانية
ḫmēnyë
تيسعة
tīsʿä
عاشرة
ʿāšrä
Arabic, Egyptianصفر‎/زيرو
ṣifr/zīro~zīru
واحد
wāḥid
إتنين
itnēn
تلاتة
talātä
أربعة
arabaʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sabʿä
تمانية
tamanyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Lebaneseواحد
wāḥad
تنين
tnēn
تلاتة
tlētï
أربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsï
ستّة
settï
سبعة
sabʿä
تمانة
tmēnï
تسعة
tesʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Iraqiواحد
wāḥid
ثناين
ṯinayn
ثلاثة
ṯilāṯä
أربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمانية
ṯimānyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Moroccanواحد
wāḥed
جوج
ǧūǧ
تلاتة
tlātä
ربعة
rebʿä
خمسة
ḫemsä
ستّة
settä
سبعة
sebʿä
تمنية
tmenyä
تسعود
tesʿūd
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Najdiواحد
wāḥid
إثنين
ʼiṯnīn
ثلاثة
ṯalāṯä
أربعة
ʼarbaʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمنية
ṯamanyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Syrianواحد
wāḥed
تنين
tnēn
تلاتة
tlātë
ربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsë
ستّة
səttë
سبعة
sabʿä
تمانة
tmānë
تسعة
tesʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Yemeniواحد
wāḥid
إثنين
ʼiṯnayn
ثلاثة
ṯalāṯë
أربعة
ʼarbaʿä
خمسة
ḫamsë
ستّح
sitteḥ
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمانية
ṯamāniyë
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Maltesexejnwieħedtnejntlietaerbgħaħamsasittasebgħatmienjadisgħagħaxra
Aramaic languages012345678910
Biblical Aramaicחַד
ḥaḏ
תְּרֵין
təren
תְּלָתָה
təlāṯā
אַרְבְּעָה
ʾarbʿā
חַמְשָׁה
ḥamšā
שִׁתָּה
šittā
שַׁבְעָה
šaḇʿā
תְּמָנְיָא
təmānyā
תִּשְׁעָה
tišʿā
עַסְרָה
ʿasrā
Aramaic, Modernâhaditrtlo:ta:árpa`hámsha:shé:'tta:shub`a:tmó:nya:tésh`a:`ásra:
Syriacܣܺܝܦܳܪ
sīpār
ܚܰܕ
ḥaḏ
ܬܪ̈ܶܝܢ
tərēn
ܬܠܳܬܳܐ
tlāṯā
ܐܰܪܒܥܳܐ
ʾarbʿā
ܚܰܡܫܳܐ
ḥamšā
ܫܬܳܐ، ܐܶܫܬܳܐ
šəṯā, ʾēštā
ܫܰܒܥܳܐ
šaḇʿā
ܬܡܳܢܝܳܐ
təmānyā
ܬܶܫܥܳܐ
tēšʿā
ܥܶܣܪܳܐ
ʿēsrā
Canaanite languages012345678910
Hebrew, Biblicalאֶ֫פֶסאַחַת
אֶחָד
שְׁתַּ֫יִם
שְׁנַ֫יִם
שָׁלֹושׁ
שְׁלֹושָׁה
אַרְבַּע
אַרְבָּעָה
חָמֵשׁ
חֲמִשָּׁה
שֵׁשׁ
שִׁשָּׁה
שֶׁ֫בַע
שִׁבְעָה
שְׁמֹונֶה
שְׁמֹונָה
תֵּ֫שַׁע
תִּשְׁעָה
עֶ֫שֶׂר
עֲשָׂרָה
Hebrew (Gematria)אבגדהוזחטי
Hebrewאפסאחת
אחד
שתיים
שניים
שלוש
שלושה
ארבע
ארבעה
חמש
חמישה
שש
שישה
שבע
שבעה
שמונה
שמונה
תשע
תשעה
עשר
עשרה
Hebrew, Tiberianʼẹṗesʼạḥạṯ
ʼẹḥāḏ
eštạyim
ešnạyim
šālōš
šəlōšā
ʼarbạʻ
ʼarbāʻā
ḥāmēš
ḥamiššā
šēš
šiššā
šẹḇaʻ
šiḇʻā
šəmōnẹ
šəmōnā
tēšaʻ
tišʻā
ʻẹśer
ʻaśārā
Hebrew, Yemeniteʼāfasʼāḥāṯ
ʼāḥōḏ
štāyim
šnāyim
šōlȫš
šalȫšō
ʼarbāʻ
ʼarbōʻō
ḥōmēš
ḥamiššō
šēš
šiššō
šāvaʻ
šivʻō
šamȫnā
šamȫnō
tēšaʻ
tišʻō
ʻāśar
ʻaśōrō
Hebrew, Ashkenazi (liturgical)éfesachas
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)éfesaẖat
eẖad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shelosha
arbaʻ
arbaʻa
ẖamesh
ẖamisha
shesh
shisha
shévaʻ
shivʻa
shemone
shemona
téshaʻ
tishʻa
ʻéser
ʻasara
Hebrew Academy (2006)éfesaẖat
eẖad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shlosha
arba
arba'a
ẖamesh
ẖamisha
shesh
shisha
shéva
shiv'a
shmone
shmona
tésha
tish'a
éser
asara
East Semitic languages012345678910
Akkadianištēnšenašalašerbeḥamiššiššusebesamānetišeešer
Ethiopic languages012345678910
Amharicባዶ
bado
አንድ
and
ሁለት
hulät
ሦስት
sost
አራት
arat
አምስት
amməst
ስድስት
səddəst
ሰባት
säbat
ስምንት
səmmənt
ዘጠኝ
zäṭäñ
አሥር
asər
Ge'ezʔaħadukilʔeshelestuʔarba`ittuxammistusiddistuseb`atusementutes`attu`ashshertu
Harariaḥadko'otši'ištiḥarätḥammistisəddistisa'attisu'utzaḥṭäñassər
Tigrinyabadohadekilteselestearba'etehamushteshidishteshob'ateshomontetishi'ateaserte
Languages012345678910
Ugariticʾaḥaduṯinā(mi)ṯalāṯuʾarbaʿuḫamišuṯiṯṯušabʿuṯamānītišʿuʿašaru
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.

Andamanese languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Aka-Bolĭdĭgĭwāsiēdelūlakumugyĭgĭlmugeridjūmāsiungertōsiūnākēlacārāli

Austroasiatic languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Khmer
សូន្យ
soun

មួយ
muəj

ពីរ
piː (pɨl)

បី
ɓəj

បួន
ɓuən

ប្រាំ
pram

ប្រាំមួយ
pram muəj

ប្រាំពីរ
pram piː (pram pɨl)

ប្រាំបី
pram ɓəj

ប្រាំបួន
pram ɓuən
១០
ដប់
ɗɑp
Mon
မွဲ
[mòa]

ၜါ
[ba]

ပိ
[pɔeˀ]

ပန်
[pɔn]

မသုန်
[məsɔn]

တရဴ
[kərao]

ထပှ်
[thəpɔh]

ဒတံ
[həcam]

ဒစိတ်
[həcit]
၁၀
စှ်
[cɔh]
Sino-Vietnamese*nhấtnhịtamtứngũlụcthấtbátcửuthập
Vietnamesesố không / zêrômộthaibabốnnămsáubảytámchínmười / chụcmười mộtmười haimười bamười bốnmười nămmười sáumười bảymười támmười chínhai mươi
Notes
^* As with Japanese and Korean, Vietnamese uses two different 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.

Austronesian languages[edit]

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Proto-Austronesian*əsa
*isa
*duSa*təlu*Səpat*lima*ənəm*pito*walu*Siwa*(sa-)puluq
Formosan languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Amiscecaytosatolospatlimaenempitofalosiwamo^tep
Atayalqutuxsazingcyugalpayatmagalmtzyumpitumspatmqerumopuw
Paiwanitadrusatjelusepatjlimaenempitjualusivatapuluq
Bununtasʔadusataupaathimanuumpituvausivamasʔan
Puyumaisazuwatelupatlimaunempituwaluiwapulu'
Rukaiithadrusatulrusupatelrimaenemepituvalrubangatepulruku
Tsouconiyusotuyusʉptʉeimonomʉpituvoyusiomaskʉ
Saisiyat'aeihae'roSa'to:lo'SopathasebSayboSi:SayboSi: 'aeihae'maykaSpathae'hae'lampez
Yamiasadoraatloapatlimaanempitowaosiyampoo
Thaotahatushaturushpattarimakaturupitukashpattanathumakthin
Kavalanusiquzusautuluuspatulimaunemupituuwaluusiwarabtin
Trukukingaldhatruspatrimamataruempitumaspatmngarimaxal
Sakizayacacaytosatolosepatlimaenempitowalosiwacacay a bataan
Seediqkingaldahaterusepacrimammterumpitummsepacmngarimaxal
Malayo-Polynesian languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Malayo-Polynesian*əsa
*isa
*duha*təlu*əpat*lima*ənəm*pito*walu*hiwa*puluq
Nuclear MP languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Sunda–Sulawesi languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Acehnesesifar
soh
saduwalheepeuetlimongnamtujohlapansikureuengsiplohsiblaihduablaihlheeblaihpeuetblaihlimongblaihnamblaihtujohblaihlapanblaihsikureuengblaihdua ploh
Balinesenulbesik
siki
duatelupapatlimenenempitukutussiadasasolasrorastelu-laspat-belaslimolasnem-belaspitu-laspelekutussanga-lasdwang dasa
kalih dasa
Banjarasaduataluampatlimaanampituwalusangasapuluhsawalas
Batak, Tobasadaduatoluopatlimaonompituualusiasampulusampulu sadasampulu duasampulu tolusampulu opatsampulu limasampulu onomsampulu pitusampulu ualusampulu siaduapulu
Benuaqerayduaqtoluuopaatlimaqjawatnturuwalosiesepuluh
Bugineseceddiduatelluempalimaennengpituaruaaseraseppuloseppuloceddiseppuloduaseppulotelluseppuloempaseppulolimaseppuloennengseppulopituseppuloaruaseppuloaseraduapulo
Cia-Ciadise
ise
rua
ghua
tolupa'alimano'opicuwalu
oalu
siuaompulu
Indonesiankosong
nol
satuduatigaempatlimaenamtujuhdelapansembilansepuluhsebelasdua belastiga belasempat belaslima belasenam belastujuh belasdelapan belassembilan belasdua puluh
Javanese (krama)nolsetunggalkalihtigasekawangangsalenempituwolusangasedasasewelas
Javanese (ngoko)nolsijilorotelupapatlimaenempituwolusangasepuluhsewelasrolastelulaspatbelaslimalasnembelaspitulaswolulassangalasrong puluh
Maduresenolsettongdhuwa'tello'empa'lema'ennempetto'ballu'sanga'sapolosabellasdhubellastello bellaspa' bellaslema bellasnem bellaspettong bellasballung bellassangang bellasdhupolo
Makassareseᨒᨚᨅ
lobbang
ᨊᨚᨒᨚ
nolo'
ᨙᨔᨙᨑ
se're
ᨑᨘᨕ
rua
ᨈᨒᨘ
tallu
ᨕᨄ
appa'
ᨒᨗᨆ
lima
ᨕᨊ
annang
ᨈᨘᨍ
tuju
ᨔᨂᨈᨘᨍ
sangantuju
ᨔᨒᨄ
salapang
ᨔᨄᨘᨒᨚ
sampulo

sampulos se're

sampulong rua

sampulong tallu

sampulong ngappa'

sampulong lima

sampulong ngannang

sampulong tuju

sampulong sangantuju

sampulong salapang

ruampulo
Malayکوسوڠ
kosong
صيفر
sifar
ساتو
satu
دوا
dua
تيݢ
tiga
امڤت
empat
ليم
lima
انم
enam
توجوە
tujuh
لاڤن
lapan
سمبيلن
sembilan
سڤولوه
sepuluh
سبلس
sebelas
دوا بلس
dua belas
تيݢ بلس
tiga belas
امڤت بلس
empat belas
ليم بلس
lima belas
انم بلس
enam belas
توجوە بلس
tujuh belas
لاڤن بلس
lapan belas
سمبيلن بلس
sembilan belas
دوا ڤولوه
dua puluh
Minangkabau[1]ciekduotigoampeklimoanamtujuahsalapansambilansapuluahsabalehduo balehtigo balehampek balehlimo balehanam balehtujuah balehsalapan balehsambilan balehduo puluah
Sasaksekekdueteloempatlimeenampitukbaluksiwaksepulusolasdua olastelo olasempat olaslime olasenam olaspituk olasbaluk olassiwak olasdue pulu
Sundanesenolhijiduatiluopatlimageneptujuhdalapansalapansapuluhsabelas
sawelas
dua belastilu belasopat belaslima belasgenep belastujuh belasdalapan belassalapan belasdua puluh
Tetunzero
nol
idaruatoluhatlimanenhituualusiasanulusanulu-resin-idasanulu-resin-ruasanulu-resin-tolusanulu-resin-hatsanulu-resin-limasanulu-resin-nensanulu-resin-hitusanulu-resin-ualusanulu-resin-siaruanulu
Borneo–Philippine languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Cebuanowala
sero
usaduhatuloupatlimaunompitowalosiyamnapulo
pulo
napulog usanapulog duhanapulog tulonapulog upatnapulog limanapulog unomnapulog pitonapulog walonapulog siyamkawhaan
Dusunaisoisoduotoluapatlimoonomturuwalusiamhopodhopod om isohopod om duohopod om toluhopod om apathopod om limohopod om onomhopod om turuhopod om waluhopod om siamduo no hopod
Hiligaynonwala
sero
isaduhatatloapatlimaanumpitówalosiamnapulonapulo'gsisanapulo'gsduhanapulo'gstatlonapulo'gsapatnapulo'gslimanapulo'gsanumnapulo'gspitónapulo'gswalonapulo'gssiamduhaska pulo
Ilokanoibbong
awan
sero
maysaduatallouppatlimainnempitowalosiamsangapulosangapulo ket maysasangapulo ket duasangapulo ket tallosangapulo ket uppatsangapulo ket limasangapulo ket innemsangapulo ket pitosangapulo ket walosangapulo ket siamduapulo
Kapampanganmetung
isa
aduaatluapatlimaanampituwalusiyamapululabing metunglabing adualabing atlulabing apatlabing limalabing anamlabing pitulabing walulabing siyamadwang pulu
Malagasyaotraisa
iray
roateloefatradimyeninafitovalosivyfoloiray ambinifoloroa ambinifolotelo ambinifoloefatra ambinifolodimy ambinifoloenina ambinifolofito ambinifolovalo ambinifolosivy ambinifoloroapolo
Sangiresesembaudaruatateluepalimaenengpituwalusiomapulo
Tagalogwala
sero
isádalawátatlóapatlimáanimpitówalósiyámsampûlabingisálabindalawálabintatlólabingapatlabinlimálabinganimlabimpitólabingwalólabinsiyámdalawampû
Waray-Waraywaray
sero
usáduhátulóupatlimáunómpitówalósiyámnapúlò
Oceanic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Fijiansaivaduaruatoluvaalimaonovituwaluciwatinitinikaduatinikaruatinikatolutinikavaatinikalimatinikaonotinikavitutinikavalutinikaciwaruasagavulu
Hawaiian'ole'e-kahi'e-lua'e-kolu'e-hā'e-lima'e-ono'e-hiku'e-walu'e-iwa'umi'umikūmākahi'umikūmālua'umikūmākolu'umikūmāhā'umikūmālima'umikūmāono'umikūmāhiku'umikūmāwalu'umikūmāiwaiwakālua
Kiribatiakeateuanauouatenuaauanimauaonouaituawanuaruaiwatebwinatebwi ma teuanatebwi ma uouatebwi ma tenuatebwi ma auatebwi ma nimauatebwi ma onouatebwi ma ituatebwi ma wanuatebwi ma teuanauabwi
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ngahuru mā whā

tekau mā rima

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tekau mā ono

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tekau mā whitu

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tekau mā waru

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tekau mā iwa

ngahuru mā iwa

rua tekau
Marshallese[2]o̧ojuonruojiluemānļalemjiljinojimjuonralitōkratimjuonjon̄ouljon̄oul juonjon̄oul ruojon̄oul jilujon̄oul emānjon̄oul ļalemjon̄oul jiljinojon̄oul jimjuonjon̄oul ralitōkjon̄oul ratimjuonron̄oul
Motu[3]taruatoihaniima
Niueannakaitahauatolufalimaonofituvaluhivahogofuluhogofulu ma tahahogofulu ma uahogofulu ma toluhogofulu ma fahogofulu ma limahogofulu ma onohogofulu ma fituhogofulu ma valuhogofulu ma hivauafulu
Rapanuitahiruatorurimaonohituva'uivaangahuruhō'ē 'ahuru ma hō'ehō'ē 'ahuru ma pitihō'ē 'ahuru ma toruhō'ē 'ahuru ma mahahō'ē 'ahuru ma paehō'ē 'ahuru ma ōnohō'ē 'ahuru ma hituhō'ē 'ahuru ma va'uhō'ē 'ahuru ma ivapiti 'ahuru
Rarotongan Māorikareta'iruatorurimaono'ituvaruivanga'urunga'uru-ma-ta'inga'uru-ma-ruanga'uru-ma-torunga'uru-ma-'ānga'uru-ma-rimanga'uru-ma-ononga'uru-ma-'itunga'uru-ma-varunga'uru-ma-ivarua nga'uru
Rotumantaruafoluhakelimaonohifuvạlusivasaghulu
Sāmoanotasiluatolufalimaonofituvaluivasefulusefulu tasisefulu luasefulu tolusefulu fasefulu limasefulu onosefulu fitusefulu valusefulu ivalua sefulu
Sāmoan
(K-type)
okasiluakolufalimaogofikuvaluivasefulusefulu kasisefulu luasefulu kolusefulu fasefulu limasefulu ogosefulu fikusefulu valusefulu ivalua sefulu
Tahitianhō'ē
tahi
pititorumahapaeōnohituva'uivahō'ē 'ahuruhō'ē 'ahuru ma hō'ehō'ē 'ahuru ma pitihō'ē 'ahuru ma toruhō'ē 'ahuru ma mahahō'ē 'ahuru ma paehō'ē 'ahuru ma ōnohō'ē 'ahuru ma hituhō'ē 'ahuru ma va'uhō'ē 'ahuru ma ivapiti 'ahuru
Tongannoatahauatolufanimaonofituvaluhivahongofulu
taha noa
taha tahataha uataha tolutaha fataha nimataha onotaha fitutaha valutaha hivaua noa
Tuvaluantahi
tasi
luatolufalimaonofituvaluivasefulusefulu tasisefulu luasefulu tolusefulu fasefulu limasefulu onosefulu fitusefulu valusefulu ivalua sefulu
Malagasy languageisa/irayroateloefatradimyeninafitovalosivyfoloiraika ambin'ny foloroa ambin'ny foloroapolo
Trans–New Guinea languagesb01234567891011121314151617181920
Fatalukuukaneeceutueufatelimenemefitukafasivatane
ta'ane
tane ita ukanetane ita ecetane ita utuetane ita ufatetane ita limetane ita nemetane ita fitutane ita kafatane ita sivatane ece
ta'ane ece

^a Rapa Nui and Tahitian largely share the same numerals. Numbers higher than ten are expressed in Tahitian.
^b Trans–New Guinea 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.

Caucasian languages[edit]

Kartvelian languages (South Caucasian)[edit]

Language012345678910
Georgianერთი
erti
ორი
ori
სამი
sami
ოთხი
otxi
ხუთი
xuti
ექვსი
ekvsi
შვიდი
švidi
რვა
rva
ცხრა
cxra
ათი
ati
Georgian, OldႤႰႧႨ
erti
ႭႰႨ
ori
ႱႠႫႨ
sami
ႭႧႾႨ
otxi
ႾႳႧႨ
xuti
ႤႵႥႱႨ
ekwsi
ႸႥႨႣႨ
šwidi
ႰႥႠჂ
rvaj
ႺႾႰႠჂ
cxraj
ႠႧႨ
ati
Lazარ
ar
ჟურ/ჯურ
žur/ǯur
სუმ
sum
ოთხ
otx
ხუთ
xut
ანსი/აში
ansi/aši
შქ(ვ)ით
šk(v)it
ოვრო
ovro
ცხო(ვ)რო
cxo(v)ro
ვით
vit
Mingrelianართი/აკა
arti/akʼa
ჟირი
žiri
სუმი
sumi
ოთხი/ანთხი
otxi/antxi
ხუთი
xuti
ამშვი
amšvi
შქვითი
škviti
(ბ)რუო
(b)ruo
ჩხორო
čxoro
ვითი
viti
Svanეშხუ
ešxu
ჲორი/ჲერუ/ჲერბი
jori/jeru/jerbi
სემი
sami
(ვ)ოშთხვ
(w)oštxw
ვოხვიშდ/ვოხუშდ
woxwišd/woxušd
უსგვა/უსკვა
usgwa/uskʼwa
იშგვიდ/იშკვიდ
išgwid/iškʼwid
არა
ara
ჩხარა
čxara
ჲეშდ
ješd

Northeast Caucasian languages[edit]

Dagestanian languages012345678910
Avarноль
nol'
цо
co
кIиго
kʼigo
лъабго
łabgo
ункъо
unqʼo
щуго
ššugo
анлъго
anłgo
анкьго
anƛʼgo
микьго
miƛʼgo
ичIго
ičʼgo
анцIго
ancʼgo
Bezhtaнол
nol
гьонс
hõs
къона
qʼona
лъана
łana
оьнкъоьнаь
ö̃qʼönä
лъина
łina
илъна
iłna
алIна
aƛna
белIна
beƛna
аьчIена
äčʼena
ацIона
acʼona
Dargin (Gubden)секІал агар, нол
sek’al agar, nol
ца
ca
кІел
k’el
хІябал
ħaˤbal
авъал
awʔal
шуел
šuyel
урегал
uregal
ерхІел
yerħel
гехІел
geħel
урчІемал
urč’emal
ецІал
yec’al
Dargin (Mekegi)нул
nul
ца
ca
кІвел
k’ʷel
хІябал
ħaˤbal
авъал
awʔal
швел
šʷel
урегал
uregal
йерхІел
yerħel
гахІел
gaħel
урчІемал
urč’emal
йецІал
yec’al
Dargin (Usisha)нуль
nulʲ
ца
ca
кІел
k’el
гІябал
ʕaˤbal
агъал
aɣal
хьал
x̌al
уреккал
urek̄al
йарал
yaral
ккехІел
k̄eħel
урчІемал
urč’emal
йецІал
yec’al
Hunzibгьынс
hə̃s
къану
qʼanu
лъана
łana
окъен
oqʼen
лъино
łino
илъно
iłno
алIно
aƛno
белIно
beƛno
учIин
učʼin
ацIын
acʼən
Tsezсис
sis
къаIно
qʼˁano
лъоIно
łˁono
уйно
uyno
лъено
łeno
илъно
iłno
оIлIно
ˁoƛno
билIно
biƛno
очIчIино
očʼčʼino
оцIцIино
ocʼcʼino
Nakh languages012345678910
Batsцхьа
cħa
ши
ši
кхо
qo
дIивъ
dˤiv'
пхи
pxi
етх
yetx
ворлъ
vorł
барлъ
barł
исс
iss
итIтI
itt
Chechenнул
nul
цхьаъ
cẋaj
шиъ
şij
кхоъ
qoj
диъ
dij
пхиъ
pxij
ялхI
yalx
ворхI
vorh
бархI
barh
исс
iss
итт
itt

Northwest Caucasian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Abkhazакы
akʼə
ҩба
ɥəba
хҧа
χpa
ҧшьба
pʃba
хуба
χʷba
фба
fba
бжьба
bʒba
ааба
aːba
жәба
ʒʷba
жәаба
ʒʷaba
AbazaзакIы
zakʼə
гIвба
ʕʷəbɑ
хпа
χpɑ
пщба
pʃbɑ
хвба
χʷbɑ
цба
t͡sbɑ
бжьба
bʒbɑ
агIба
aʕba
жвба
ʒʷba
жваба
ʒʷaba
AdygheзиI
zjəʔ
зы
тIу
tʷʼə
щы
ʃə
плIы
pɬʼə
тху
txʷə
хы
блы
bɮə
ий
jəj
бгъу
bʁʷə
пшIы
pɕʼə
Kabardianзыри
zərjə
зы
тIу
tʼəw
щы
ɕə
плIы
pɬʼə
тху
txʷə
хы
блы
bɮə
и
бгъу
bʁʷə
пщIы
pɕʼə
Kabardian (Temirgoi dialect)зы
тIу
tʷʼə
щы
ʃə
пIлIы
pʼɬʼə
тфы
tfə
хы
блы
bɮə
и
бгъу
bʁʷə
пIшIы
pʼɕʼə
Ubykhzatʼqʷʼaɕapʼɬʼəʃxəbləʁʷabʁʲəʒʷə

Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Alutorhennanngita-qngerù-qqengerà-qqe,mellenginahennanmet-legenngeyamet-legenamngeyoot-kinqonacgen-kinmenget-kina
Chukchiynnenñireqñyroqñyraqmytlyñynynnanmytlyñynñer'amytlyñynamñyrootkenqonacgynkenmyngytken
Koryakennenngicce-qngeyo-qngeya-qmellengenaennenmet-lengenngey'amet-lengenamngeyoot-kenqonacgen-kenmenget-kena
Palan
[citation needed]
hennenngeta-qngrù-qqangrà-qqa,mellengenahennenmet-legenngeyamet-legenamngeyoot-kenqonacgen-kenmenget-kena
Itelmen012345678910
Itelmen
[clarification needed]
°ӄниӈ
°qniŋ
[qʷnʷʏŋʷ]
касӽ
kasχ
[kɑɕχ]
чʼоӄ
çʼoq
[t͡ʃʼɔq]
чʼаӄ
çʼaq
[t͡ʃʼɑq]
кувумнук
kuwumnuk
[ˈkʷuβumnʷuk]
кэлвук
kelwuk
[ˈkɛlβuk]
этуктунук
etuktunuk
[ˈɛtʷuktʷunʷuk]
чоʼоктунук
çoʼoktunuk
[ˈt͡ʃɔʔɔktʷunʷuk]
ча'актанак
ça'aktanak
[ˈt͡ʃɑʔɑktanɑk]
товасса
towassa
[ˈtʷoβasːa]
West Itelmen
[citation needed]
knɨnkasxchoŭ-kcha-kkugum-nukkeĺkug'et-utk-tunukcho-'ok-tunukcha-'ak-tanakžužad
South Itelmen
[citation needed]
dizkkaz/ka'aschakcha'akko'om-nakkilko̯ak'ita-'a-tukchu-ku-tukcha-'ak-takkumx-tuka

Dravidian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Proto-Dravidian*oru*iru*muC*nān*cayN*caru*ēlu*eṭṭu*toḷ*pat(tu)
Kannada
ಸೊನ್ನೆ
sonne

ಒಂದು
ondu

ಎರಡು
eraḍu

ಮೂರು
mūru

ನಾಲ್ಕು
nālku

ಐದು
aidu

ಆರು
āru

ಏಳು
ēḷu

ಎಂಟು
eṇṭu

ಒಂಭತ್ತು
ombhattu
೧೦
ಹತ್ತು
hattu
Malayalam
പൂജ്യം
pūjyam

ഒന്നു
onnu

രണ്ടു
raṇṭu

മൂന്നു
mūnnu

നാലു
nālu

അഞ്ചു
añcu

ആറു
āṟu

ഏഴു
ēḻu

എട്ടു
eṭṭu

ഒന്പതു
onpatu
൰/൧൦
പത്തു
pattu
Tamil
சுழியம்
suziyam

ஒன்று
oṉdṟu

இரண்டு
irandu

மூன்று
mūṉdṟu

நான்கு
nāṉgu

ஐந்து
aindhu

ஆறு
āṟu

ஏழு
ēḻu

எட்டு
eṯṯu

ஒன்பது
oṉbadhu

பத்து
paththu
Telugu
సున్న
sunna

ఒకటి
okati

రెండు
rendu

మూడు
mūḏu

నాలుగు
nālugu

ఐదు
aidu

ఆరు
āru

ఏడు
ēdu

ఎనిమిది
enimidi

తొమ్మిది
tommidi
౧౦
పది
padi

Indo-European languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Indo-European*oinos/*oiwos
/*oikos/*sems
*duwou*treies*kʷetwores*penkʷe*s(w)eḱs*septṃ*oḱtou*newṇ*deḱṃt*duidḱmti

Anatolian languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Hittite*āsdāntēriesmeyawes

Celtic languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Gaulishoinodotripetorpempesuekossextamoxtunaudecam
Brythonic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Breton, Oldundou/dautripetguarpemphueseith/seidtheithnaudec
Bretonmannunandaou (m)
div (f)
tri (m)
teir (f)
pevar (m)
peder (f)
pempc’hwec’hseizheizhnavdekunnekdaouzektrizekpevarzekpemzekc'hwezekseitektriwec'hnaontekugent
Cornishmannonendew (m)
diw (f)
tri (m)
teyr (f)
peswar; pajar (m)
peder (f)
pymp; pemphweghseythethnawdegunnekdewdhektredhekpeswardhekpymthekhwetekseyteketeknownsekugens
Welsh, Oldundou/deutripetwarpimpchwechseythoithnawdec
Welshdimundau (m)
dwy (f)
tri (m)
tair (f)
pedwar (m) pedair (f)pumpchwechsaithwythnawdegun ar ddegdeuddegtri ar ddeg (m)
tair ar ddeg (f)
pedwar ar ddeg (m)
pedair ar ddeg (f)
pymthegun ar bymthegdau ar bymtheg (m)
dwy ar bymtheg (f)
deunawpedwar ar bymtheg (m)
pedair ar bymtheg (f)
ugain
Goidelic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Irishnáidaontríceathaircúigseachtochtnaoideichaon déagdó dhéagtrí déagceathair déagcúig déagsé déagseacht déagocht déagnaoi déagfiche
Manxneunheenanejeestreekiarequeigsheyshiaghthoghtnuyjeih(un)nane-jeigdaa-yeigtree-jeigkiare-jeigqueig-jeigshey-jeigshaight-jeighoght-jeignuy-jeigfeed
Scottish Gaelicneoniaontrìceithircòigsiaseachdochdnaoideichaon deugd(h)à dheugtrì deugceithir deugcòig deugsia deugseachd deugochd deugnaoi deugfichead

Germanic languages[edit]

Languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Germanic*ainaz*twa*þrijiz*fidwōriz*fimfi*sehs*sibun*ahtō*niwun*tehun*ainalif*twalif*þritehun*fedurtehun*fimftehun*sehstehun*sebuntehun*ahtōutehun*newuntehun*twai tigiwiz
East Germanic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Gothic
(in the Latin script)
ainstwaiþreisfidworfimfsaíhssibunahtauniuntaíhunáinliftwalifþritaíhunfidwortaíhunfimftaíhunsaíhstaíhunsibuntaíhunahtautaíhunniuntaíhuntwái tigjus
Gothic, Crimean
(in the Latin script)
enetuatriafyderfyufseisseveneathenynethiine
West Germanic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Ingvaeonic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
English, Oldan
ān
[ɑːn]
tƿa
twā
[twɑː]
þri
þrī
[θriː]
feoƿer
fēower
[feː͡ower]
fif
fīf
[fiːf]
sex
sex
[seks]
seofon
seofon
[se͡ovon]
eahta
eahta
[æ͡ɑxta]
niȝon
niġon
[nijon]
tien
tīen
[tiː͡yn]
endleofan
endleofan
tƿelf
twelf
þreotiene
þreotīene
feoƿertiene
fēowertīene
fiftiene
fīftīene
siextiene
siextīene
seofontiene
seofontīene
eahtatiene
eahtatīene
niȝontiene
niġontīene
tƿentiȝ
twentiġ
Kentish Old Englishántwáþríofíowerfíf/vífsioxsiofuneahtaniogan/neogantén/téon
Northumbrian Old Englishántwáþríofíowerfífsexseofu/siofuæhtoníonetén/téo/téa
English, Middleóntwóthréofower/fourefyvesyxeseoveneeyghtenyne/nighenteneelleventwelvethritenefourtenefiftenesixteneseventeneeyghtenenynetenetwenty
English, Chaucerian (Middle)oontwothréfowrefivesyxe/sexeseveneeightenyneten
Yolaoanetwyedhreevowérveevezeesezebbemayghtneenedhen
Scotsnochtanetwathreefowerfivesaxseivenaichtnineteneleiventwalthirteen/thritteenfowerteenfifteensaxteenseiventeenaichteennineteentwinty
Englishzero / nil / noughtonetwothreefourfivesixseveneightnineteneleventwelvethirteenfourteenfifteensixteenseventeeneighteennineteentwenty
Frisian, Oldentwethrefiuwerfifsexsigunachtaniguntian
Frisian, North[4]iinjtoutrifjouerfiiwseekssoowenoochtnüügentiinalwentweelwentratäinfjouertäinfüftäinseekstäinsoowentäinoochttäinnüügentäintwunti
Frisian, West[5]nulientwatrijefjouwerfiifseissânachtnjoggentsienalvetolvetrettjinfjirjinfyftjinsechtjinsantjinachtjinnjoggentjintweintich
Frisian, Saterland[6]eentwotjofjauerfieuwsäkssoogenoachtenjuugentjoonalwentweelichträttienfjautienfüüftiensäkstiensoogentienachttiennjuugentientwintich
Low Franconian languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Afrikaans[7]nuleentweedrieviervyfsesseweagtnegetienelftwaalfdertienveertienvyftiensestiensewentienagtiennegentientwintig
Dutchnulééntweedrieviervijfzeszevenachtnegentienelftwaalfdertienveertienvijftienzestienzeventienachttiennegentientwintig
West Flemishièntwièdrievierevuvvezèssezēvneachtenēgnetiene
Limburgishnöleintwiedrieveerviefzèszeveachneugeteen
Low German languages (West Germanic)01234567891011121314151617181920
Low Germannulleentweedreeveerfievsösssövenachtnegentien
Plautdietsch[8]nulleenttweedreeveafiewsasssäwenachtnäajentieenalftwalfdrettieenvieetieenfeftieensastieensäwentieenachttieennäajentieentwintich
Saxon, Northern Loweentweedreeveerfiefsößsövenachtnegenteihn
Groningsnulainetwijedrijevaaierviefzèszeuvenaachtnegentienèlventwolvendarttienvatienvieftienzèstienzeuventienaachttiennegentientwinneg
High German languages (West Germanic)01234567891011121314151617181920
German (listen)nulleinszwei, zwodreivierfünfsechssiebenachtneunzehnelfzwölfdreizehnvierzehnfünfzehnsechzehnsiebzehnachtzehnneunzehnzwanzig
Yiddishאײנס
eyns
צװײ
tsvey
דרײ
drey
פֿיר
fir
פֿינף
finf
זעכס
zeks
זיבן
zibn
אכט
akht
נײן
neyn
צען
tsen
עלף
elf
צוועלף
tsvelf
דרייַצן
draytsn
פערצן
fertsn
פופצן
fuftsn
זעכצן
zekhtsn
זיבעצן
zibetsn
אַכצן
akhtsn
נייַנצן
nayntsn
צוואַנציק
tsvantsik
German, Pennsylvania[9]eenszweedreivierfimfsexsiwweachtnein/neinezehelfzwelfdreizehvazehfuffzehsechzehsiwwezehachtzehneinzehzwansich
Luxembourgish[10]eentzweedräivéierfënnefsechssiwenaachtnéngzéngeelefzwielefdräizéngvéierzéngfofzéngsiechzéngsiwwenzénguechtzéngnonzéngzwanzeg
Pfaelzischoanszwoadreiviarefümpfesexsiem/sibmåchdeneinzehn/zéchen
Silesian, Loweranszwiedreivierfümfsechssiewa/siebaachtnåinzeha
Bavarian[11]null/nuioaszwoadreifiarefimfesechsesiemeåchteneinezeneöifezwöifedreizeafiazeafuchzeasechzeasibzeaåchzeaneizeazwånzge
Cimbrianòanzbeendraiviarvüfsèkssibanachtnaünzègan
Swabianoeszwoedroevierfümfsechssiibeachtnoenzaen
Alemannic[12]ei (m/f)
eis (n)
zwe (m)
zwo (f)
zwöi/zwei (n)
drei (m/f)
drü (n)
vierfoif/föif/füüfsächssiibe/sibeachtnüünzäheufzwüofdryzähvierzähfüfzähsächszähsibezähachtzähnüünzähzwänzg
Alsatian[13]einszweidrèïviarfemfsexsewwaååchtnînzehelfzwelfdrizeviarzefùffzesæchzesewwezeåchtzenînzezwånzig
North Germanic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Norse, Oldeinntveirþrírfjórirfimmsexsjauáttaníutíuellifutólfþrettánfjórtánfimtánsextánsjautjánátjánníutántuttugu
Icelandic, Oldeinntueirþrírfiórerfimmsexsiauáttaníotío
Icelandicnúlleinn (m)
ein (f)
eitt (n)
tveir (m)
tvær (f)
tvö (n)
þrír (m)
þrjár (f)
þrjú (n)
fjórir (m)
fjórar (f)
fjögur (n)
fimmsexsjöáttaníutíuellefutólfþrettánfjórtánfimmtánsextánsautjánátjánnítjántuttugu
Faroesenullein (m & f)
eitt (n)
einir (m.pl)
einar (f.pl)
eini (n.pl)
tveir (m)
tvær (f)
tvey (n)
tríggir (m)
tríggjar (f)
trý (n)
fýrafimmsekssjeyáttaníggjutíggjuellivutólvtrettanfjúrtanfimtansekstanseytjanátjannítjantjúgu
Nornentwatreføre/fåsikssjuniti
Dalecarlianienntwertrairfiuärerfemsjäkssjuåttaniutiuellivutólvtrettanfjúrtanfimtansekstanseytjanátjannítjantjúgu
Norwegian, Bokmålnullen (m)
ei (f)
ett (n)
totrefirefemsekssju / syvåttenitiellevetolvtrettenfjortenfemtensekstensyttenattennittentjue
Norwegian, Nynorsknulléin (m)
éi (f)
eitt (n)
totre (tri)firefemsekssjuåttenitiellevetolvtrettenfjortenfemtensekstensyttenattennittentjue
Norwegian, Høgnorsknullein (m)
ei (f)
eitt (n)
tvo (m & f)
tvau (n)
tri (m & f)
try (n)
fjore (m & n)
fjora (f)
femsekssjauåttaniotioellevetolvtrettanfjortanfemtansekstansyttanattannittantjuge
Danishnulen (et)totrefirefemsekssyvottenitiellevetolvtrettenfjortenfemtensekstensyttenattennittentyve
Jamskaein (m)
ei (f)
eitt (n)
tvotrifyyr/fyrefemsekssjuåått/åttenitielluvtrettanfjorttanfemtansekstansjuttannittantjugu
Scanianeintvåotrefīrafemsäx/säjssjuu/sjyyåtanietie
Swedishnollen (ett)tvåtrefyrafemsexsjuåttaniotioelvatolvtrettonfjortonfemtonsextonsjuttonartonnittontjugo

Italic languages[edit]

Languages01234567891011121314151617181920
OscanVINVSDVSTRISPETORAPOMPE-*SEHS*SEFTEN*VHTO*NVVEN*DEKEN
Umbrian (Italic)VNSTVFTRIFPETVR-PVMPE-SEHS-*NVVIM*DESEM
FaliscanDVTRIS*CVICVEZEX*ZEPTENOCTV*NEVEN
Latin, OldOENVS, OINOSDVOTRESQVATVOR, QVATBORQVINQVE, QVENQVESEXSEPTEMOCTONEVENDECEM
Latin, ClassicalNVLLVS
nūllus
VNVS
ūnus
DVO
duo
TRES
trēs
QVATTVOR
quattuor
QVINQVE
quīnque
SEX
sex
SEPTEM
septem
OCTO
octō
NOVEM
novem
DECEM
decem
UNDECIM
ūndecim
DVODECIM
duodecim
TREDECIM
tredecim
QVATTVORDECIM
quattuordecim
QVINDECIM
quīndecim
SEDECIM
sēdecim
SEPTENDECIM
septendecim
DVODEVIGINTI
duodēvīgintī
VNDEVIGINTI
ūndēvīgintī
VIGINTI
vīgintī
Romance languages (Italic)01234567891011121314151617181920
Latin, Vulgar*nullo*uno*duos, *dvi*tres*quattor*cinque*ses*septe*octo*nove*dece
South Romance languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Sardinian[14]zeruunuduostresbattorochimbesessetteottonoedegheúndagidóghitréchibatódighibíndhichisédichidecassètedecheòtodecannòbebínti
Sardinian, Logudoreseunuduostresbáttorchimbesessetteottonoedeghe
East Romance languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Romanianzerounu, unadoi, douătreipatrucincişaseşapteoptnouăzeceunsprezecedoisprezecetreisprezecepatrusprezececincisprezeceșaisprezeceșaptesprezeceoptsprezecenouăsprezecedouăzeci
Istro-Romanianurdoitreipåtruțințșåseșåpteopt, osandevetdeset, zåțe
Aromanianunudoitreipatrutintishaseshapteoptunoauadate
Megleno-Romanianunudoitreipatruțințișasișaptiuoptnouzeți
Italo-Dalmatian languages (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Dalmatianjoindoitracuatročencsisiaptovaptonudicjoncodotcotretcocuarcočoncosetcodichisaptodichidaptodichinú
Istriotoûnduitriquatrosinqueseîesieteuotonuvegize
Italianzerounoduetrequattrocinqueseisetteottonovedieciundicidodicitrediciquattordiciquindicisedicidiciassettediciottodiciannoveventi
Corsican[15]zeruunu, unadui, duietrèquattrucinqueséisétteóttunóvedéceòndecidòdecitrèdeciquattòrdeciquindecisèdecidicesséttedicióttudicennóvevinti
Umbrian (Romance)unuduitrèquattrucénqueséisétteòttonòedèsce
Neapolitanuno, aunoruje, ddojetrejequattocingosèjesètteottenoverieceùnnecedùdecetrìrecequattuórdecequíndecesìrecediciessettediceottodicennovevìnte
Sicilianunuduitriquattrucincusiesettiottunovideci
Gallo-Italian languages (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Emilio-Romagnolovóndutrìcuatarsincsḗssétótnṓvdḗz
Genoeseün, ün-aduî, dùetréi, trèecuatrusincuesèteötunöövedêxe
Ligurianundoìtreiquattroçinqueseisetteeuttuneuvedexe
Lombard[16]vunduutriiquattercinqusessettvottnoeuvdesvundesdodestredesquattordesquindessedesdersettdesdottdesnoeuvvint
Milanesevun, voeunaduu, dòtrii, trèquattercinqsèssèttvòttnoeufdès
Piedmonteseüntrèquatrsincséssètötnöudés
Venetian[17]xeroondotricuatrosinquesiéseteotonóvediéxeóndexedódexetrédexequatòrdexequìndexesédexedisetedisdotodisnóvevinti
Rhaeto-Romance languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Friulian[18]zeroun, unedoi, dôstrêcuatricincsîssietvotnûfdîsundisdodistrediscutuardiscuindissedisdisesietdisevotdisenûfvincj
Ladin[19]undoitreicatercinchsiessetotnuefdiescundescdodesctredesccatordescchindescseidescdejessetdejedotdejeneufvint
Sursilvanin, inadus, duastreisquatertschunsissiatotgnovdiesch
Sutsilvanegn, egnadus, duastresquatertschentgsisseatotgnovdiesch
Surmiranegn, egnadustreiscattertschintgseissetotgnovdiesch
Valladerun, unaduostraisquattertschinchsessetotnouvdesch
Puterun, unaduostraisquattertschinchsessetochnouvdesch
Rumantsch Grischun[20]nullain, inadus, duastraisquattertschintgsissetotgnovdieschindeschdudeschtredeschquattordeschquindeschsedeschdeschsetdeschdotgdeschnovventg
Franco-Provençal languages (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Franco-Provençalzérôyon, yenados, dovestrêsquatrocinqsiéxsèthuitdiéx
Langues d'oïl (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Frenchzéroun (m)
une (f)
deuxtroisquatrecinqsixsepthuitneufdixonzedouzetreizequatorzequinzeseizedix-septdix-huitdix-neufvingt
Normanzéroeundéeustreisquatechinsyissethuitneudyis
Guernésiaisiundaeuxtreisquatrechinqsixsaepthuitneufdixonzedouzetreizequatorzetchinzeseizedix-saeptdix-huitdix-neufvingt
Jèrriais[21]un, eune
iun, ieune
deuxtraisquat'chînq, chîntch, chînsix, siex, siêxsepthuitneuf, neudgix, dgiexonzedouzetreizequatorzetchînzeseizedgiêx-septdgiêx-huitdgiêx-neufvîngt
Picard[22]un, eunedeutrouokatchinksissietuitneufdichonzedoussetrèssequatoretchinsesèsedis-sètdis-uitdis-neuvint
Walloon[23]zérôonk / onedeustroescwatecénkshîjhsetûtnoûvdîjhonzedozetrazecatoizecwinzesazedîjh-setdîjh-hûtdîjh-noûvvint
Occitano-Romance languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Araneseun,uadus,duestresquatecincsiessètueitnaudètz
Auvergnatvundoutreicatresinsieiveuneudié
Catalan[24]zerou/un, unados, duestresquatrecincsissetvuit/huitnoudeuonzedotzetretzecatorzequinzesetzedissetdivuitdinouvint
Gasconun, uadus, duastresquatecincshèissètueitnaudètz
Languedocienzèroun, unados, doastresquatrecincsièissètuèchnòudètz
Limousinundōūtreiquātrecinsieisehuedie
Occitan[25]undostresquatrecincsièissètuèchnòudètzonzedotzetretzecatòrzequinzesetzedètz-e-sètdètz-e-uèchdètz-e-nòuvint
Provençalzeroun, unados, doastresquatrecincsièissètuèch
uéit
vuèch
uòch
nòudètz
West Iberian languages (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Portuguese-Galicianhũu (m)
hũa (f)
dois/dous (m)
duas (f)
tresquatrocinquo/cinqueseisseteoito/outonovedeç/dez/des
Asturian[26]ceruun, unadous, dúastrescuatrucincuseissieteochunuevediezoncedocetrececatorcequincedeciséisdecisietedeciochodecinueveventi
Eonavian[27]undoustrescuatrocincoseisseteoitonovedezoncedocetrececatorcequincedazaseisdazasetedazaoitodazanovevinte
Galician[28]ceroun (m)
unha (f)
dous (m)
dúas (f)
trescatrocincoseisseteoitonovedezoncedocetrececatorcequincedezaseisdezasetedezaoitodezanovevinte
Portuguesezeroum (m)
uma (f)
dois/dous (m)
duas (f)
trêsquatrocincoseisseteoitonovedezonzedozetrezequatorzequinzedezesseisdezessetedezoitodezenovevinte
Leoneseceroúndostréscuatrocincoseissieteochonuevediez
Mirandesezeroun, ũadous, duestrésquatrocincoseissiêteuitonuôbedieç
Spanishcerouno (isolate)
un (m)
una (f)
dostrescuatrocincoseissieteochonuevediezoncedocetrececatorcequincedieciséisdiecisietedieciochodiecinueveveinte
Ladinoזִרוֹ
zyro
אוּנוּ
unu
דוֹ
do
טְרֵי
tre
קוּאַטְרוּ
cuatru
סִינְקוּ
sincu
סֵיש
sex
סִייֵּטִי
sieti
אוֹג׳וּ
ochu
מוּאֵיוִי
muevi
דִייֵּס
dies
Mozarabic–Pyrenean languages (Romance)01234567891011121314151617181920
Mozarabicاُنُ
uno
دُش
dox
ترَاش
trex
كوَترُ
quatro
جِنكُ
chinco
شَيش
xaix
شَابتَا
xebte
اُيتُ
oito
*نُفَا
*nofe
ديَاش
diex
Aragonesezeroun/unodostrescuatro/cuatrezinco/zingoseis/saissiete/sietgüeito/ueitonueudiez

Greek language[edit]

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Proto-Hellenic*hems*duwō*treies*kʷetwores*penkʷe*hweks*hepta*oktō*ennewa*deka
Greek, Mycenaean* in the Latin script:emeduwou/dwotrisqetoropeqefhɛksennewo
Greek, AtticΜΗΔΕΝ
mēdén
α'
ΕΙΣ heis (male)
ΜΙΑ mia (fem.)
ΕΝ en (neutr.)
β'
ΔΥΟ
dúō
γ'
ΤΡΕΙΣ ΤΡΙΑ
treis tria
δ'
ΤΕΤΤΑΡΕΣ ΤΕΤΤΑΡΑ
téttares téttara
ε'
ΠΕΝΤΕ
pénte
ϛ'
ΕΞ
héx
ζ'
ΕΠΤΑ
heptá
η'
ΟΚΤΩ
oktṓ
θ'
ΕΝΝΕΑ
ennéa
ι'
ΔΕΚΑ
déka
ια'
ΕΝΔΕΚΑ
héndeka
ιβ'
ΔΩΔΕΚΑ
dódeka
ιγ'
ΤΡΕΙΣΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
treiskaídeka
ιδ'
ΤΕΤΤΑΡΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΔΕΚΑ
téttares kaì déka
ιε'
ΠΕΝΤΕΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
pentekaídeka
ιϛ'
ΕΚΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
hekkaídeka
ιζ'
ΕΠΤΑΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
heptakaídeka
ιη'
ΟΚΤΩΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
oktōkaídeka
ιθ'
ΕΝΝΕΑΚΑΙΔΕΚΑ
enneakaídeka
κ'
ΕΙΚΟΣΙ(Ν)
eíkosi(n)
Greek, Koineεἴς (h)is
μία mía
έν én
δύο
dýo
τρεῖς, τρία
treîs, tréa
τέσσαρες, τέσσαρα
téssares, téssara
πέντε
pénte
ἕξ
(h)ex
ἑπτά
(h)epta
ὀκτώ
oktṓ
ἐννέα
ennéa
δέκα
déka
ἕνδεκα
(h)éndeka
δώδεκα
dṓdeka
δεκατρία
dekatría
δεκατέσσαρες
dekatessares
δεκαπέντε
dekapénte
δεκαέξ
dekaéx
δεκαεπτά
dekaeptá
δεκαοκτώ
dekaoktṓ
δεκαεννέα
dekaennéa
είκοσι
eíkosi
Greek, DemoticAbout this sound Listen μηδέν
midén
ένας énas
μια mia
ένα ena
δύο
dýo
τρεις τρία
tris tría
τέσσερ(ε)ις τέσσερα
tésseris téssera
πέντε
pénde
έξι
éxi
εφτά
eftá
οχτώ
ochtó
εννέα
ennéa
δέκα
déka
έντεκα
énteka
δώδεκα
dódeka
δεκατρία
dekatría
δεκατέσσερα
dekatéssera
δεκαπέντε
dekapénte
δεκαέξι
dekaéxi
δεκαεπτά
dekaeptá
δεκαοκτώ
dekaoktó
δεκαεννέα
dekaennéa
είκοσι
eíkosi

Armenian language[edit]

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(Eastern) Armenianզրո
zro
մեկ
mek
երկու
yerkou
երեք
yereḳ
չորս
č̣ors
հինգ
hing
վեց
vec̣
յոթ
yoṭ
ութ
ouṭ
ինը
inə
տասը
tasə
տասնմեկ
tasnmek
տասներկու
tasnerku
տասներեք
tasnereḳ
տասնչորս
tasnč̣ors
տասնհինգ
tasnhing
տասնվեց
tasnvec̣
տասնյոթ
tasnyoṭ
տասնութ
tasnouṭ
տասնինը
tasninə
քսան
ḳsan

Albanian language[edit]

Languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Old Albanian gnadotrecatterepessegiasctestatetetenandeziete
Albanian (Tosk) (listen)zeronjëdytrekatërpesëgjashtështatëtetënëntëdhjetënjëmbëdhjetëdymbëdhjetëtrembëdhjetëkatërmbëdhjetëpesëmbëdhjetëgjashtëmbëdhjetështatëmbëdhjetëtetëmbëdhjetënëntëmbëdhjetënjëzet
Albanian (Gheg) njidytrekatërpesëgjashtështatëtetënândëdhetë

Baltic languages[edit]

Languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Prussian, Oldaīnsdwāitrijanketurjāipēnkjāiuššai*septīnjai*astōnjai*newīnjaidesīmtan
Lithuaniannulisvienasdutrysketuripenkišešiseptyniaštuonidevynidešimtvienuolikadvylikatrylikaketuriolikapenkiolikašešiolikaseptyniolikaaštuoniolikadevyniolikadvidešimt
Latgalianvīnsdivtreisčetripīcisešisepteniostonidevenidesmit
Latviannulleviensdivitrīsčetripiecisešiseptiņiastoņideviņidesmitvienpadsmitdivpadsmittrīspadsmitčetrpadsmitpiecpadsmitsešpadsmitseptiņpadsmitastoņpadsmitdeviņpadsmitdivdesmit

Slavic languages[edit]

Languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Slavonic, Old Churchѥдинъ (ѥдьнъ)
jedinŭ
дъва (дъвѣ)
dĭva
триѥ (трьѥ, три)
trĭje, tri
четыре (четыри)
četyre
пѧть
pętĭ
шесть
šestĭ
седмь
sedmĭ
осмь
osmĭ
девѧть
devętĭ
десѧть
desętĭ
East Slavic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Belarusian
(Łacinka)
нуль
nul'
(nul)
адзін
adzin
два
dva
тры
try
чатыры
čatyry
пяць
pjac'
(piać)
шэсць
šèsc'
(šesć)
сем
sem
(siem)
восем
vosem
(vosiem)
дзевяць
dzevjac'
(dzieviać)
дзесяць
dzesjac'
(dziesiać)
адзінаццаць
(adzinaccać)
дванаццаць
(dvanaccać)
трынаццаць
(trynaccać)
чатырнаццаць
(čatyrnaccać)
пятнаццаць
(piatnaccać)
шаснаццаць
(šasnaccać)
семнаццаць
(siemnaccać)
васемнаццаць
(vasiemnaccać)
дзевятнаццаць
(dzieviatnaccać)
дваццаць
(dvaccać)
Russian (listen)ноль
nol'
один, одна, oднo
odin, odna, odno
два, две
dva, dve
три
tri
четыре
četyre
пять
pyat'
шесть
šest'
семь
sem'
восемь
vosem'
девять
devyat'
десять
desyat'
одиннадцать
odinnadtsat'
двенадцать
dvenadtsat'
тринадцать
trinadtsat'
четырнадцать
chetyrnadtsat'
пятнадцать
pyatnadtsat'
шестнадцать
šestnadtsat'
семнадцать
semnadtsat'
восемнадцать
vosemnadtsat'
девятнадцать
devyatnadtsat'
двадцать
dvadtsat'
Ukrainianнуль
nul'
один
odyn
два
dva
три
try
чотири
čotyry
п'ять
p'yat'
шiсть
šist'
сiм
sim
вiсiм
visim
дев'ять
dev'yat'
десять
desyat'
одинадцять
odynadtsyat'
дванадцять
dvanadtsyat'
тринадцять
trynadtsyat'
чотирнадцять
chotyrnadtsyat'
п'ятнадцять
p'yatnadtsyat'
шістнадцять
šistnadtsyat'
сімнадцять
simnadtsyat'
вісімнадцять
visimnadtsyat'
дев'ятнадцять
dev'yatnadtsyat'
двадцять
dvadtsyat'
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Czechnulajedendvatřičtyřipětšestsedmosmdevětdesetjedenáctdvanácttřináctčtrnáctpatnáctšestnáctsedmnáctosmnáctdevatenáctdvacet
Kashubiannuljedendwatrzësztërëpiãcszescsétmëòsmëdzewiãcdzesãc
Polishzerojedendwatrzyczterypięćsześćsiedemosiemdziewięćdziesięćjedenaściedwanaścietrzynaścieczternaściepiętnaścieszesnaściesiedemnaścieosiemnaściedziewiętnaściedwadzieścia
Slovaknula
[nula]
jeden
[jɛdɛn]
dva
[dva]
tri
[trɪ]
štyri
[ʃtɪrɪ]
päť
[pɛc]
šesť
[ʃɛsc]
sedem
[sɛɟɛm]
osem
[ɔsɛm]
deväť
[ɟɛvɛc]
desať
[ɟɛsac]
jedenásťdvanásťtrinásťštrnásťpätnásťšestnásťsedemnásťosemnásťdevätnásťdvadsať
Sorbian (Lower)jadendwatśistyripěśšesćsedymwósymźewjeśźaseś
Sorbian (Upper)jedyndwajtřištyripjećšěsćsydomwosomdźewjećdźesać
South Slavic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Bosniannulajedandvatričetiripetšestsedamosamdevetdeset
Bulgarianнула
nula
едно
edno
две
dve
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седем
sedem
осем
osem
девет
devet
десет
deset
единадесет
edinadeset
дванадесет
dvanadeset
тринадесет
trinadeset
четиринадесет
četirinadeset
петнадесет
petnadeset
шестнадесет
šestnadeset
седемнадесет
sedemnadeset
осемнадесет
ocemnadeset
деветнадесет
devetnadeset
двадесет
dvadeset
Croatiannulajedandvatričetiripetšestsedamosamdevetdesetjedanaestdvanaesttrinaestčetrnaestpetnaestšesnaestsedamnaestosamnaestdevetnaestdvadeset
Macedonianнула
nula
еден
eden
два
dva
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седум
sedum
осум
osum
девет
devet
десет
deset
единаесет
edinaeset
дванаесет
dvinaeset
тринаесет
trinaeset
четиринаесет
četirinaeset
петнаесет
petnaeset
шеснаесет
šesnaeset
седумнаесет
sedumnaeset
осумнаесет
osumnaeset
деветнаесет
devestnaeset
дваесет
dvaeset
Serbianнула
nula
један
jedan
два
dva
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седам
sedam
осам
osam
девет
devet
десет
deset
једанаест
jedanaest
дванаест
dvanaest
тринаест
trinaest
четрнаест
četrnaest
петнаест
petnaest
шеснаест
šesnaest
седамнаест
sedamnaest
осамнаест
ocamnaest
деветнаест
devetnaest
двадесет
dvadeset
Sloveneničenadve, dvatrištiripetšestsedemosemdevetdesetenajstdvanajsttrinajstštirinajstpetnajstšestnajstsedemnajstosemnajstdevetnajstdvajset

Indo-Aryan languages[edit]

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Proto-Indo-Iranian*aywas*duwā*trayas*catwāras*panca*swaš*sapta*aštā*nawa*daśa
Vedic Sanskritekad(u)vāutricaturpañcaṣaṣsaptaaṣṭāunavadaśa
१०१११२१३१४१५१६१७१८१९२०
Sanskritशून्य
śūnya
एकम् (n) / एकः (m) / एका (f)
ekam / ekaḥ / ekā
द्वे (n) / द्वौ (m) / द्वा (f)
dve / dvai / dvā
त्रीणि (n) / त्रयः (m) / तिस्रः (f)
trīṇi / trayaḥ / tisraḥ
चत्वारि (n) / चत्वारः (m) / चतस्रः (f)
catvāri / catvāraḥ / catasraḥ
पञ्च
pañca
षष्
ṣaṣ
सप्त
sapta
अष्ट
aṣṭa
नव
nava
दश
daśa
एकादश
ekādaśa
द्वादश
dvādaśa
त्रयोदश
trayodaśa
चतुर्दश
caturdaśa
पञ्चदश
pañcadaśa
षोडश
ṣoḍaśa
सप्तदश
saptadaśa
अष्टदश
aṣṭadaśa
नवदश
एकोनविम्शति
navadaśa
ēkōnaviṃśati
विंशति
viṃśati
Palisuññatāekadvetayocattāropañcachasattaaṭṭhanavadasa
rasa
lasa
ḷasa
ekādasadvādasa
bārasa
telasa
terasa
catuddasa
cuddasa
pañcadasa
paṇṇarasa
soḷasasattadasa
sattarasa
aṭṭhadasa
aṭṭharasa
ekūnavīsativīsati
Hindiशून्य
śūnya
[ʃuːnjə]
एक
ēk
[eːk]
दो

[d̪oː]
तीन
tīn
[t̪iːn]
चार
cār
[t͡ʃaːɾ]
पाँच
pān̄c
[pãːt͡ʃ]
छः
chah
[t͡ʃʰɛ]
सात
sāt
[saːt̪]
आठ
āṭh
[aːʈʰ]
नौ
nau
[nɔː]
दस
das
[d̪əs]
ग्यारह
gyārah
[ɡjaːɾəh]
बारह
bārah
[baːɾəh]
तेरह
tērah
[t̪eːɾəh]
चौदह
caudah
[t͡ʃɔːd̪əh]
पंद्रह
pandrah
[pan̩d̪ɾah]
सोलह
sōlah
[soːlah]
सत्रह
satrah
[sat̪ɾah]
अठारह
aṭhārah
[əʈʰaːɾəh]
उन्नीस
unnīs
[unːiːs]
बीस
bīs
[biːs]
Urdu۰
صفر
[sɪfər]
۱
ایک
[eːk]
۲
دو
[d̪oː]
۳
تین
[t̪iːn]
۴
چار
[t͡ʃaːɾ]
۵
پانچ
[pãːt͡ʃ]
۶
چھ
[t͡ʃʰɛ]
۷
سات
[saːt̪]
۸
آٹھ
[aːʈʰ]
۹
نو
[nɔː]
۱۰
دس
[d̪əs]
۱۱
گیارہ
[ɡjaːɾəh]
۱۲
بارہ
[baːɾəh]
۱۳
تیرہ
[t̪eːɾəh]
۱۴
چودہ
[t͡ʃɔːd̪əh]
۱۵
پندرہ
[pan̩d̪ɾah]
۱۶
سولہ
[soːlah]
۱۷
سترہ
[sat̪ɾah]
۱۸
اٹھارہ
[əʈʰaːɾəh]
۱۹
انیس
[unːiːs]
۲۰
بیس
[biːs]
Marathiशून्य
śūnya
[ɕuːnjə]
एक
ēk
[eːk]
दोन
dōn
[d̪oːn]
तीन
tīn
[t̪iːn]
चार
cār
[t͡saːɾ]
पांच
pān̄c
[paːnt͡s]
सहा
sahā
[s̪əɦaː]
सात
sāt
[saːt̪]
आठ
āṭh
[aːʈʰ]
नऊ
naū
[nəuː]
दहा
dahā
[d̪əɦaː]
अकरा
ēkarā
[əkəɾaː]
बारा
bārā
[baːɾaː]
तेरा
tērā
[teːɾaː]
चौदा
caudā
[t͡ʃəudaː]
पंघरा
pandhrā
[pand̪ʰɾaː]
सोळा
soḷā
[soːɭaː]
सतरा
satarā
[sətəɾaː]
अठरा
aṭharā
[əʈʰəɾaː]
एकोनीस
ēkōnīs
[eːkoːniːs]
वीस
vīs
[ʋiːs]
Nepaliसुन्ना
sunna
एक
ek
दुइ
dui
तीन
tīn
चार
cār
पाँच
pāṁc

chhā
सात
sāt
आठ
āṭh
नौ
nau
दश
daś
एघार
eghār
बार्ह
bārha
तेर्ह
terha
चौध
caudh
पन्ध्र
pandhra
सोर्ह
sorha
सत्र
satra
अठार
aṭhār
उन्नाइस
unnāis
बीस
bīs
১০১১১২১৩১৪১৫১৬১৭১৮১৯২০
Assameseশূন্য
[xujnːo]
এক
[ek]
দুই
[duj]
তিনি
[tini]
চাৰি
[saɾi]
পাঁছ
[pas]
ছয়
[sɔe]
সাত
[xat]
আঠ
[at]

[nɔ]
দহ
[dɔx]
এঘাৰ
[eɡʱaro]
বাৰ
[bar]
তেৰ
[teto]
চৈধ্য
[sodʱjo]
পোন্ধৰ
[pondʱoro]
ষোল্ল
[xollo]
সোতৰ
[xotoro]
ওঠৰ
[otʰoro]
ঊনৈশ
[unoix]
বিশ
[bix]
Bengaliশুন্য
shūn'ya
[ʃunːo]
এক
êk
[æk]
দুই
dui
[d̪uj]
তিন
tin
[t̪in]
চার
car
[t͡ʃaɹ]
পাঁচ
pãc
[pãt͡ʃ]
ছয়
chhoe
[t͡ʃʰɔe]
সাত
shat
[ʃat̪]
আট

[aʈ]
নয়
noe
[nɔe]
দশ
dôsh
[d̪ɔʃ]
এগার
êgarô
[æɡaro]
বার
barô
[baro]
তের
terô
[tero]
চোদ্দ
coddô
[t͡ʃod̪ːo]
পনের
pônerô
[pɔnero]
ষোল
sholô
[ʃolo]
সতের
shôterô
[ʃɔtero]
আঠার
aţharô
[aʈʰaro]
উনিশ
unish
[uniʃ]
বিশ
bish
[biʃ]
Gujarati
શૂન્ય
śūnya

એક
ēk

બે

ત્રણ
traṇ

ચાર
cār

પાંચ
pān̄c


cha

સાત
sāt

આઠ
āṭh

નવ
nav
૧૦
દસ
das
૧૧
અગિયાર
agiyār
૧૨
બાર
bār
૧૩
તેર
tēr
૧૪
ચૌદ
caud
૧૫
પંદર
pandar
૧૬
સોળ
sōḷ
૧૭
સત્તર
sattar
૧૮
અઢાર
aḍhār
૧૯
ઓગણીસ
ōgaṇīs
૨૦
વીસ
vīs
Punjabi
(Gurmukhī script)

ਸਿਫਰ
sifar

ਇੱਕ
ikk

ਦੋ
do

ਤਿੰਨ
tinn

ਚਾਰ
chār

ਪੰਜ
pañj

ਛੇ
chhē

ਸੱਤ
satt

ਅੱਠ
aṭṭh

ਨੌਂ
nauṃ
੧੦
ਦਸ
das
੧੧
ਗਿਆਰਾ
giārā
੧੨
ਬਾਰਾ
bārā
੧੩
ਤੇਰਾ
tērā
੧੪
ਚੌਦਾ
chaudā
੧੫
ਪੰਦਰਾ
pandrā
੧੬
ਸੋਲ਼ਾ
sōḷā
੧੭
ਸਤਾਰਾ
satārā
੧੮
ਅਠਾਰਾ
aṭhārā
੧੯
ਉੱਨੀ
unnī
੨੦
ਵੀਹ
vīh
Burgenland Romaninischtajekdujtrinschtarpantschschoveftaoftoenjadesch
Romani
(Pan-Vlax)
jexdujtrinštarpandžšoveftaoxtoinjadešdeš-u-jekdeš-u-dujdeš-u-trindeš-u-štardeš-u-pandždeš-u-šovdeš-eftadeš-oxtodeš-injabiš
Saraikihikdutrecharpunjcheehsettatthnaunhdah
Sinhalaශුන්‍යය
śūnyaya
එක
eka
දෙක
deka
තුන
thuna
හතර
hathara
පහ
paha
හය
haya
හත
hatha
අට
aṭa
නවය
navaya
දහය
dahaya
එකොළහ
ekoḷaha
දොළහ
doḷaha
දහතුන
dahatuna
දහහතර
dahahatara
පහළොව
pahaḷova
දහසය
dahasaya
දහහත
dahahata
දහඅට
dahaaṭa
දහනවය
dahanavaya
විස්ස
vissa
Sindhiبری
buri
حک
hik
ٻہَ
bah
ٽي
teh
چارِ
chaar
پَنجَ
panj
ڇَہہَ
chah
سَتَ
sath
اَٺَ
ath
نَوَ
nav
ڏَہہَ
deh
يارَہَن
yaaraa
ٻارَہَن
baaraa
تيرَہَن
teraa
چوڏَنہَن
chodaa
پَندِرہَن
pandraa
سورہَن
soraa
سَترہَن
satraa
اَرڙہَن
araa
اُڻويِہہَ
urnvih
ويِہہَ
vih

Iranian languages[edit]

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۰١۲۳۴۵۶۷۸۹۱۰۱۱۱۲۱۳۱۴۱۵۱۶۱۷۱۸۱۹۲۰
AvestanavEa
aayva
avd
dva
ir
thre
raw ac
chathwar
nac–ap
panchan
Sav§K
khshvash
natpah
haptan
natSa
ashtan
.navan
navan
nasad
dasan
Middle Persianēw, ēk, yakčahārpanzšašhafthaštdah
Parthianēwhrēčafārpanǰšwahhafthaštnahdas
Sogdianēwəδū/(ə)δw(a)əθrē, šēčatfārpančuxušuəβt(a)əšt(a)naw(a)δas(a)
Khwarezmianʾyw
*ēw
ʾδʸwšycfʾrpncʾxʾβdʾštšʾδ
*šāδ
δʸs
Pashto (Kandahar)يو
[jəw]
دوه
[dwɑ]
درې
[dre]
څلور
[tsɑˈlor]
پنځه
[pinˈdzə]
شپږ
[ʃpəʐ]
اووه
[uˈwə]
اته
[ɑˈtə]
نه
[nə]
لس
[ləs]
يوولس
[jəˈwoləs]
دولس
[ˈdwələs]
ديارلس
[diɑrˈləs]
څوارلس
[ˈt͡swɑrləs]
پنځلس
[ˈpənd͡zələs]
شپاړس
[ˈʃpɑɽəs]
اووه لس
[uˈwələs]
اتلس
[ɑˈtələs]
نولس
[ˈnuləs]
شل
[ʃәl]
Kurdish, Kurmanjisifir/zîroyekçwarpênjşeşhewt/heftheştno/nehde/dehyanzdehdwanzdehsêzdehçardehpanzdehşanzdehhivdehhijdehnozdehbîst
Persianصفر
sefr
یک
yek
دو
do
سه
se
چهار
cahâr
پنج
panj
شش
šeš
هفت
haft
هشت
hašt
نه
noh
ده
dah
یازده
yâzdah
دوازده
davâzdah
سیزده
sizdah
چهارده
cahârdah
پانزده
pânzdah
شانزده
šânzdah
هفده
hefdah
هجده
hejdah
نوزده
nuzdah
بیست
bist
Tajikсифр
sifr
як
yak
ду
du
ce
se
чор, чаҳор
çor, çahor
панҷ
panj
шаш
şaş
ҳафт
haft
ҳашт
haşt
нӯҳ
nūh
даҳ
dah
Balochiyakkdoseyčárpančšašhapthaštnohdah
Ossetianиу
iw
дыууæ
dywwæ
æртæ
ærtæ
цыппар
cyppar
фондз
fondz
æхсæз
æxsæz
авд
avd
аст
ast
фараст
farast
дæс
dæs
Parachižūšīčōrpōnčhōtōštdōs
Shughni(й)ӣв̌
(y)īw
д̌ийу̊н
δiyůn
арай
aray
цаво̄р
cavōr
пӣнҙ
pīnj
хо̄ғ
xōγ
в̌ӯвд
wūvd
в̌āх̌т
wāx̌t
но̄в̌
nōw
д̌ӣс
δīs
Yaghnobiӣ
ī
дӯ
сарай
saráy
тафор
tafór
панч
panč
ухш
uxš
авд
avd
ашт
ašt
наԝ
naw
дас
das
Zazakiyewhirêçeharpancşeşhewtheştnewdes

Tocharian languages[edit]

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Tocharian Asaswutreśtwarpäñṣäkṣpätokätñuśäkśäk-ṣapiśäk-wepiśäk-täryāpiśäk-päñpiśäk-ṣäkpiśäk-okätpiwiki
Tocharian Bṣewitraiśtwerpiśṣkasṣuktoktñuśakśak-ṣeśak-wiśak-traiśak-śtwerśak-piśśak-ṣkasśak-ṣukśak-oktśak-ñuikäṃ

Japonic languages[edit]

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Japanese
まる
maru

ひと
hito

ふた
futa


mi


yo
よん
yon

いつ
itsu

む 
mu

なな
nana


ya

ここの
kokono

とお
十余り一
とおまりひと
tō mari hito
十一
とおひと
tō hito 
十余り二
とおまりふた
tō mari futa
十二
とおふた
tō futa 
十余り三
とおまりみ
tō mari mi
十三
とおみ
tō mi 
十余り四
とおまりよ
tō mari yo
十四
とおよ
tō yo 
十余り五
とおまりいつ
tō mari itsu
十五
とおいつ
tō itsu 
十余り六
とおまりむ
tō mari mu
十六
とおむ
tō mu 
十余り七
とおまりなな
tō mari nana
十七
とおなな
tō nana 
十余り八
とおまりや
tō mari ya
十八
とおや
tō ya 
十余り九
とおまりここの
tō mari kokono
十九
とおここの
tō kokono 
二十
はた
hata
Old Japaneseひと
pitö
ふた
puta

mi

いつ
itu

mu
なな
nana

ya
ここの
kökönö
とを
töwo
とをあまりひと
töwo amari pitö
とをあまりふた
töwo amari puta
とをあまりみ
töwo amari mi
とをあまりよ
töwo amari yö
とをあまりいつ
töwo amari itu
とをあまりむ
töwo amari mu
とをあまりなな
töwo amari nana
とをあまりや
töwo amari ya
とをあまりここの
töwo amari kökönö
はた
pata
Okinawanʔichinanakukunutū tū tītū tātū nanahata
Kunigamitˤītˤāʔichinanakunutū tū tˤītū tˤātū mītū yūtū ʔichitū mūtū nanatū yātū kunupatˤa
Sino-Japanese

ゼロ
zero
れい
rei

いち
ichi


ni

さん
san


shi


go

ろく
roku

しち
shichi

はち
hachi

きゅう
kyū

ku

じゅう
十一
じゅういち
jū ichi
十二
じゅうに
jū ni
十三
じゅうさん
jū san
十四
じゅうし
jū shi
十五
じゅうご
jū go
十六
じゅうろく
jū roku
十七
じゅうしち
jū shichi
十八
じゅうはち
jū hachi
十九
じゅうきゅう
jū kyū
十九
じゅうく
jū ku
二十
にじゅう
ni jū
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 (死) means "death", in some cases the native Japanese yon is more commonly used than the Sino-Japanese shi (four), and nana similarly is more commonly used than shichi (seven).

Khoisan languages[edit]

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Namaǀkhaiǃnãsǀguiǀgamǃnonahakakoroǃnaniǁkhaisakhoesedīsi
Nǀuǁʼoeǃʼuunǃonakebeke

Mongolic languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Classical Mongoliannigenqojarĝurbandörbentabuanǯirĝuĝandoluĝannaimanjisünarban
Khalkhaтэг
teg
нэг
neg
хоёр
xojor
гурав
gurav
дөрөв
döröv
тав
tav
зургаа
dzurgā
долоо
dolō
найм
najm
ес
jes
арав
arav
Buryatнэгэн
negen
хоёр
xojor
гурбан
gurban
дүрбэн
dürben
табан
taban
зургаан
zurgān
долоон
dolōn
найман
najman
юһэн
jühen
арбан
arban
Kalmykхоосн / бүтү
xoosn / bütü
негн
negn
хойр
xojr
һурвн
ɣurvn
дөрвн
dörvn
тавн
tavn
зурһан
zurɣan
долан
dolan
нәәмн
nə̄mn
йисн
jisn
арвн
arvn
Issyk Kul Kalmyknēgnxojịrĝurvudörvetāvịzịrĝadōlanə̄mijēsearvị
Baoannegeĝuarĝuraŋderaŋtavoŋǯirĝoŋdoloŋnimanjesoŋhabraŋ
Dongxiangnieĝuaĝuranǯieruantavuanǯɯĝuandolonnaimanjesunharuan
Dagurnekxojirguarba(n)dureb / durbe(n)tāva(n) / tau(n)ǯirgō(n)dolō(n)naima(n)jise(n)xarba(n)
Shira Yugurnegeĝūrĝurvandörventāvenǯurĝoŋdolōnnaimanisenxarvan

Niger–Congo languages[edit]

Senegambian languages012345678910
Pulaarfusgooɗiɗitatinayijoyijeegomjeeɗiɗijeetatijeenayisappo
Pularfusgo’oɗiɗitatinayjowijeegojeeɗiɗijeetatijeenaysappo
Woloftusbennñaarñettñentjuróomjuróom bennjuróom ñaarjuróom ñettjuróom ñentfukk
Mande languages012345678910
Bambarakelenfila / flasabanaaniduuruwɔɔrɔwolonfila / wolonflaseginkɔnɔntɔntan
Julakelen
[kélẽ́]
fila / fla
[fìlá / flá]
saba
[sàbá]
naani
[náːní]
looru
[lóːrú]
wɔɔrɔ
[wɔ́ːrɔ́]
wolonfila / wolonfla
[wólṍfìlá / wólṍflá]
segin / seegi
[sèɡĩ́ / sèːɡí]
kɔnɔntɔn
[kɔ̀nɔ̃̀tɔ̃́]
tan
[tã́]
Soninkebaanefillo / hillosikkonaxatokaragotunmu / tumuɲeru / ɲeeru / ñeru / ñeerusegukabutanmu
Kwa languages012345678910
Yoruba ọkan /
ẹni /
kan
eji /
meji
mẹtamẹrinmarunmẹfamejemẹjọmẹsanmẹwa
Bantoid and Bantu languages012345678910
Jarawa*morwapta:tlajíntoantoŋ-salmwakkestatkeš-šinkestoanlum
Kinyarwandazerorimwekabirigatatukanegatanugatandatukarindwiumunaniicyendaicumi
Kitubankatumosizoletatuiyatanusambanunsambwadinanauvwakumi
Lingalazeló
libúngútulú
mɔ̌kɔ́míbalémísátomíneimítánomotóbánsambomwambelibwázómi
Nufinehenshʉ'pʉɑtaakwɑtiintohosǝǝmbʉɑhǝǝvʉ'ʉgham / o / moo
Shonaziroimwepiritatuinashanutanhatunomweserepfumbamwegumi
Swahilisifurimojambilitatunnetanositasabananetisakumi
Xhosaqandanyenbinintathunehlanuthandathuxhenxebhozothobashumi
Zuluiqandakunyekubilikuthathukuneisihlanuisithuphaisikhombisaisishiyagalombiliisishiyagalolunyeishumi

Nilo-Saharan languages[edit]

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Dinkatökroudiäkŋuandhiëcdhetemdhoŋuan
Luononoachielariyoadekang'wenabichauchielabiriyoaboroochikoapar
Kanurifal, tiloindiyaskə/yakkədegəuwuarakkətulurwuskuləgarmewu

Sino-Tibetan languages[edit]

Sinitic languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Proto-Sino-Tibetan
*k-tyig
*k-nyis
*k-t'um
*p-li
*p-ŋa/*l-ŋa
*t-r'uk/*k-r'uk
*s-Nis
*t-r'iat
*t-kua
*-tsi(?)
Old Chinese
qlig
njis
suum
hljids
naa?
rug
snhid
preed
ku?
gjub
Middle Chineseleng
qjit
njiih
sam
siih
ngox
liuk
chit
pret
kiux
zjip
Mandarin Chinese012345678910
Standard Chineselíng

èr/liǎng
二/两
sān


liù


jiǔ
shí
Northeastern Mandarinlíng

èr/liǎ
二/俩
sān/sā
三/仨


liù


jiǔ
shí
Wu Chinese012345678910
Shanghaineseling
yī'
liáng/nyí
两/二
sèi
si
ňg
ló'
qī'
bā'
jieu
sá'
Yue Chinese012345678910
Cantonese
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lìhng
yāt
yih/léuhng
二/兩
sāam
sei
ńg
luhk
chāt
baat
gáu
sahp
Min Chinese012345678910
Taiwanese Hokkien (Min Nan)lêng/khòng
零/空
chı̍t/it
蜀/一
nn̄g/jī
兩/二
saⁿ/sam
sì/sù
gō͘/ngó͘
la̍k/lio̍k
chit
poeh/pat
káu/kiú
cha̍p/si̍p
Teochew dialect (Min Nan)lēng
cēk

二/两
sang

ngóung
lāk
c'e'
poi'
kâu
cāp
Fuzhou dialect (Min Dong)kuàng/lìng
環/零
siŏh/ék
蜀/一
lâng/nê
两/二
săng
sé/sé̤ṳ
ngô/ngū
lĕ̤k/lṳ̆k
chék
báik
gāu/giū
sĕk/sĭk
Gan Chinese012345678910
Nanchang dialectliang
it
o
san
si
ng
liuk
chhit
pat
chiu
set
Hakka Chinese012345678910
Meixian Hakkalang11
it2
ngi55
sam24
sii31
ng31
liug2
qid2
bad2
giu31
siib5
San kheu jong Hakka
印尼山口洋客話
lang
jit
ngi/liong
sam
si
ng
liuk
chit
pat
kiu
sip
Notes
^⁜ In the Sinitic languages there are two different characters for "two":
  • 二 is used for cardinal numbers (e.g., "27 degrees Celsius", "telephone area code 122", "the year 2000")
  • 兩/两 is used when counting a pair of objects or persons (e.g. "two books", "two diplomats"). This usage is for the number two (2) only, and is not used for twelve (12), twenty (20), and so forth up to 92. It can be optionally used as the first digit in two hundred (200), two thousand (2,000), two myriad (20,000) and so forth, however only for the leading digit (e.g. in the case of "2,022 people", it can be written as "两百二十二人" or "二百二十二人").

Tibeto-Burman languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Bantawaʔɨk-hɨk-sum-ʔɨkchuk-
Belharei-siC-sum-
Burmese (MLCTS)
သုည
su.nya.
[θòuɴɲa̰]

တစ်
tac
[tiʔ]

နှစ်
hnac
[n̥iʔ]

သုံး
sum:
[θóuɴ]

လေး
le:
[lé]

ငါး
nga:
[ŋá]

ခြောက်
hkrauk
[tɕʰauʔ]

ခုနစ်
hku. hnac
[kʰùɴ n̥iʔ]

ရှစ်
hrac
[ʃiʔ]

ကိုး
kui:
[kó]
၁၀
ဆယ်
chai
[sʰɛ̀]
Chintangthittahiccisumcicarredacha
Dumitɨksakryektɨmŋomusɨmɨmnu / dektɨksɨ
Tripuri (Kokborok)ting
sa
nwi
tham
brwi
ba
dok
sni
char
chuku
chi
Limbuthiknɛtsumlinathuknuyɛtphaŋthibōŋ
Nepal Bhasaśunia
शुन्य
qi
छि
nasi/ni
नसि/नि
sua
स्व
pie
प्ये
niā
न्या
k'u
खु
n'e
न्हे
qiā
च्या
gun
गुं
san'i/j'i
सन्हि/झि
Tibetan (Wylie)ཀླད་ཀོར་
klad kor
གཅིག་
gcig
གཉིས་
gnyis
གསུམ་
gsum
བཞི་
bzhi
ལྔ་
lnga
དྲུག་
drug
བདུན་
bdun
བརྒྱད་
brgyad
དགུ་
dgu
བཅུ་
bcu
Yiti
ȵi


ŋa
fu
ʂɿ
hi
ɡu
tsʰi

Tai–Kadai languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Lao
ສູນ
sun

ນຶ່ງ
nueng

ສອງ
song

ສາມ
sam

ສີ່
si

ຫ້າ
ha

ຫົກ
hok

ເຈັດ
chet

ແປດ
paet

ເກົ້າ
kaw
໑໐
ສິບ
sip
Shan
သူၼ်
[sʰon1]

ၼိုင်ႈ
[nɯŋ3]

သွင်
[sʰɔŋ1]

သၢမ်
[sʰaam1]

သီႇ
[sʰi2]

ႁႃႈ
[haa3]

ႁူၵ်း
[hok4]

ၸဵတ်း
[tset4]

ပႅတ်ႇ
[pɛt2]

ၵဝ်ႈ
[kaw3]
႑႐
သိပ်း
[sʰip4]
Thai
ศูนย์
sǔn

หนึ่ง
nuèng

สอง
sŏng

สาม
săm

สี่

ห้า

หก
hòk

เจ็ด
chèt

แปด
pàet

เก้า
kâw
๑๐
สิบ
sìp
Zhuanglìng (零)īt (一)
nděu (刁)
ngei (二)
thǒong (双)
thǎam (三)théi (四)hāa
ngûu (五)
rōk
lok (六)
shāt (七)béet
báat (八)
gōu (九)ship (十)

Turkic languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Äynuyäkdusičarpänjšäšhäp(t)häš(t)nohdah
Altaiноль
nol'
бир
bir
эки
eki
ÿч
üç
тöрт
tört
бeш
beş
алты
altı
jeти
ceti
сегиc
segis
тогуc
togus

on
Azerbaijanisıfırbirikiüçdördbeşaltıyeddisəkkizdoqquzon
Barababirikiütstörtpəşalttıyədisəkiztoğizon
Bashkirноль
nol
бер
ber
ике
ike
өс
ös
дүрт
dürt
биш
biş
алты
altı
ете
yete
һигеҙ
higeź
туғыҙ
tuğıź
ун
un
Chagataibirikiüçtörtbeşaltıyetisekiztoquzon
Chuvashноль
nol'
пӗр
pĕr
ик
ik
виҫ
viś
тӑват
tăvat
пилӗк
pilĕk
улт
ult
ҫич
śiç
сакӑр
sakăr
тӑхӑр
tăxăr
вун
vun
Crimean Tatarbirekiüçdörtbeşaltıyedisekizdoquzon
Dolganбиир
biir
икки
ikki
үс
üs
түөрт
tüört
биэс
bies
алта
alta
hэттэ
hette
агыс
agıs
тогус
togus
уон
uon
Fuyü Gïrgïsbirigiüşdurtbişaltıçitisigisdoğuson
Gagauzsıfırbiriki
üç
dört
beş
altı
yedi
sekiz
dokuz
on
Karachay-Balkarноль
nol
бер
ber
эки
eki
юч
üç
тёрт
tört
беш
beş
алты
altı
джети
djeti
сегиз
segiz
тогьуз
toğuz
он
on
Karakalpakнол
nol
бир
bir
эки
eki
үш
u'sh
төрт
to'rt
бес
bes
алти
alti
жети
jeti
сегиз
segiz
тоғиз
tog'iz
он
on
Kazakhнөл
nöl
бір
bir
екі
eki
үш
üş
төрт
tört
бес
bes
алты
altı
жеті
jeti
сегіз
segiz
тоғыз
toğız
он
on
Khakasпip
pir
ікi
iki
ÿc
üs
тöpт
tört
пиc
pis
алты
altı
читi
çiti
cигic
sigis
тoғыc
toğıs

on
Khalajbiiäkkiüüçtöörtbeeşaltayeettisäkkiztoqquzoon
Krymchakbirekiüçdortbeşaltıyedisekiztokuzon
Kumykноль
nol
бир
bir
эки
iki
уьч
üç
доьрт
dört
беш
beş
алты
altı
етти
yetti
сегиз
segiz
тогъуз
toğuz
он
on
Kyrgyzнөль
nöl'
бир
bir
эки
eki
үч
üç
төрт
tört
беш
beş
алты
altı
жети
jeti
сегиз
segiz
тогуз
toguz
он
on
Old Turkicbirikiüçtörtbişaltıyidisekiztokuzon
Ottoman Turkishbirekiüçtörtbəşaltıjətisəqiztoquzon
Qashqaibirikiüçdörtbeşaltıyedisekizdokuzon
Tatarноль
nol
бер
bir
ике
ike
өч
öç
дүрт
dürt
биш
biş
алты
altı
җиде
cide
сигез
sigez
тугыз
tuğız
ун
un
Tofaбipәә
birәә
иъhи
ìhi
үш
üş
дөрт
dört
бeш
beş
aълты
àltı
чедi
çedi
ceъhec
sèhes
тоъhoc
tòhos
он
on
Turkishsıfırbirikiüçdörtbeşaltıyedisekizdokuzon
Turkmenнол
nol
бир
bir
ики
iki
үч
üç
дөрт
dört
бәш
bäş
алты
alty
еди
ýedi
секиз
sekiz
докуз
dokuz
он
on
Tuvanноль / тик
nol' / tik
бир
bir
ийи
iyi
үш
üş
дөрт
dört
бeш
beş
алды
aldı
чеди
çedi
сес
ses
тос
tos
он
on
Uyghurنۆل
нөль
nöl
بىر
бир
bir
ىككى
икки
ikki
ئۈچ
үч
üq
üç
üch
تۆت
төт
töt
بەش
bex
beş
bésh
ئالتە
алте
alte
alté
يەتتە
йетте
yette
yétté
سەككىز
секиз
sekkiz
توققۇز
тоққуз
toķķuz
toqquz
ون
он
on
Uzbekнол, сифр
nol, sifr
бир
bir
икки
ikki
уч
uch
тўрт
to'rt
беш
besh
олти
olti
етти
yetti
саккиз
sakkiz
тўққиз
to'qqiz
ўн
o'n
Yakutноль
nol
биир
biir
икки
ikki
үс
üs
түөрт
tüört
биэс
bies
алта
alta
сэттэ
sette
аҕыс
ağıs
тоҕус
toğus
уон
uon

Uralic languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Uralic*ükte*kakte*kolm-*ńeljä*wi(t)te*ku(t)te*luka
Finnic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Finnic[29][30]*ükci*kakci*kolme*neljä*vīci*kūci*seiccen*kahteksan*ühteksän*kümmen
Estoniannullükskakskolmneliviiskuusseitsekaheksaüheksakümmeüksteistkaksteistkolmteistneliteistviisteistkuusteistseitseteistkaheksateistüheksateistkakskümmend
Finnishnollayksikaksikolmeneljäviisikuusiseitsemänkahdeksanyhdeksänkymmenenyksitoistakaksitoistakolmetoistaneljätoistaviisitoistakuusitoistaseitsemäntoistakahdeksantoistayhdeksäntoistakaksikymmentä
Karelianyksikakšikolmińeľľäviisikuušišeiččemenkahekšanyhekšänkymmenenyksitoistakakšitoistakolmetoistaneljjätoistaviiztoistakuuǯitoistaseiččemäntoistakahekšantoistayhekšäntoistakakšikymmendä
Olonets Karelianyksikaksikolmeńelliviizikuuziseiččiekaheksaykeksäkymmene
Livoniannullikškakškuolmnēļavīžkūžseiskādõksīdõkskimikštuoistõnkakštuoistõnkuolmtuoistõnnēļatuoistõnvīžtuoistõnkūžtuoistõnseistuoistõnkōdõkstuoistõnīdõkstuoistõnkakškimdõ
Ludicykskakškolmenjeljviiškuušseittjšemekaheksayheksakym
Meänkieliykskakskolmeneljäviiskuusiseitemänkaheksanyheksänkymmenen
Vepsükśkakśkoumeneľľvižkuźseiččemekahesaühesakümneyks’toštkümekaks’toštkümekoumetoštkümekuz’toštkümevižtoštkümekuz’toštkümeseiččemetoštkümekahesatoštkümeühesatoštkümekaks’küme
Võroütśkatśkolmnelliviiśkuuśsäidsekatõsaütesäkümme
Voticühskahskemnellävīsikūsiseitsēkahe̮sāühesǟtšümmēühste̮·šše̮me̮ttakahste̮·šše̮me̮ttake̮mte̮·šše̮me̮ttanelläte̮·šše̮me̮ttavīste̮·šše̮me̮ttakūste̮·šše̮me̮ttaseitsēte̮·šše̮me̮ttakahe̮sāte̮·šše̮me̮ttaühesǟte̮·šše̮me̮ttakahš́tš́ümmettä
Sami languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Proto-Samic*ëktë*kuoktē*kolmë*ńealjē*vītë*kūtë*čiečëm*kākcē*ëkcē*lokē
Sami, Inariohtakyeh'tikulmaneljivittakuttačiččamkäävcioovceloveohtunubálohkyehtnubálohkulmânubálohneljinubálohvittânubálohkuttânubálohčiččâmnubálohkäävcinubálohoovcenubálohkyehtlov
Sami, Northernnollaoktaguoktegolbmanjealljevihttaguhttačiežagávcciovccilogioktanuppelohkáioktanuppelohkáigolbmanuppelohkáinjealljenuppelohkáivihttanuppelohkáiguhttanuppelohkáičiežanuppelohkáigávccinuppelohkáiovccinuppelohkáiguoktelogi
Sami, Lulenållaaktaguoktagålmmånielljavihttaguhttagietjavgáktsaaktselågev
Mordvin languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Erzyavejkekavtokolmońiľeveƭekotośiśemkavksovejksekemeń
Mokshafkäkaftəkolmənilävetäkotəsisämkafksəvejksəkeməń
Mari language01234567891011121314151617181920
Hill Mariноль
noľ
ик
ik
кок
kok
кум
kum
ныл
nyl
вич
vič
куд
kud
шым
šym
кандаш
kandaš
индеш
indeš
лу
lu
Meadow Mariiktekokətkumətnələtwizətkuðətšəmətkandaš(e)indeš(e)lu
Permic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Komi (Zyryan)ноль
noľ
öтик
ötik
кык
kyk
куим
kuim
нёль
ńoľ
вит
vit
квайт
kvajt
сизим
sizim
кöкъямыс
kökjamys
öкмыс
ökmys
дас
das
Komi-Permyakнуль
nuľ
öтiк
ötik
кык
kyk
куим
kuim
нёль
ńoľ
вит
vit
квать
kvať
сизим
sizim
кыкъямыс
kykjamys
öкмыс
ökmys
дас
das
Udmurtноль
noľ
одӥг
odig
кык
kyk
куинь
kuiń
ньыль
ńyľ
вить
viť
куать
kuať
сизьым
siźym
тямыс
ťamys
укмыс
ukmys
дас
das
Ugric languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Hungariannullaegykettő / kétháromnégyöthathétnyolckilenctíztizenegytizenkettő/tizenkéttizenháromtizennégytizenöttizenhattizenhéttizennyolctizenkilenchúsz
Kazym Khanty[31]и, йи, ит
[i], [ji], [it]
кӑт, кӑтн
[kat], [katn]
хәԓум
[xɵɬəm]
няԓ
[nʲaɬ]
вет
[βeːt]
хәт
[xɵt]
ԓапӑт
[ɬaːpət]
нивԓ
[nʲiβəɬ]
яртъяӈ
[jaːrt-jaŋ]
яӈ
jaːŋ
ихущьяӈ
[i-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
кӑтхущьяӈ
[kat-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
хәԓумхущьяӈ
xɵɬəm-xosʲ-jaːŋ
няԓхущьяӈ
[nʲaɬ-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
ветхущьяӈ
[βeːt-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
хәтхущьяӈ
xɵt-xosʲ-jaːŋ
ԓапӑтхущьяӈ
[ɬaːpət-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
нивӑԓхўщьяӈ
[nʲiβəɬ-xosʲ-jaːŋ]
ярхәс
[jaːr-xɵs]
хәс
[xɵs]
Khantyyit, yiykatn, katxutəmnyatəwetxuttapətnəvətyaryaŋyaŋ
Mansiаква
akva
китыг
kityg
хурум
hurum
нила
nila
ат
at
хот
hot
сат
sat
нёллов
n'ololov
онтэллов
ontolov
лов
lov
Samoyedic languages01234567891011121314151617181920
Forest NenetsngupšichanyaaxaLchee'thampLyaangkma'tšee"všichachee'tkaašeemdyu"dyuu"
Tundra Nenetsngopoysyidyanyax°rtyetsamlyangkmatsyí"w°syid°ndyet°xasuyu"yu"
Nganasanngu"oisitinagürchetysynghol'angkymytü"s'aibysitiőytyngam'aichümybi"
Selkupokkyršednaagortettxomblamoktytheeldő'šety-dőyang-gvetokkyr-dőyang-gvetköt
Kamasopšideenaagurteetysumnamuktuseipušyntteteamittunbje(n)

Yukaghir languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Northern (Tundra) Yukaghirмаархуонь
mārxuoń
кийуонь
kijuoń
йалуонь
jaluoń
йалаклань
jalaklań
имдальдьань
imdaľďań
маалайлань
mālajlań
пускийань
puskijań
маалайлаклань
mālajlaklań
вальҕрамкруонь
waľɣramkruoń
кунальань
kunaľań

New World language families[edit]

Algonquian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Proto-Algonquian*ne-kwet-w-i*niiš-w-i*ne-ʔɬ-w-i*nyee-w-i*nyaaɬan-w-i*ne-kwet-w-aašika*niiš-w-aašika*ne-ʔš-w-aašika
Plains Algonquian languages012345678910
Arapahocéésey
jaasaaye
niis
neesh
nééso
naasau
yéin
yeain
yóóʒon
yawthawn
níítotox
nedawdahx
níísootox
nesaudahx
néésootox
naasaudahx
ʒío'tox
thiahdahx
béteetox
baadaadahx
Blackfootnitokskanatokaniuokskanisoonisitonauixkitsikananisopixksokepo
Cheyennena'êstsenešena'henevenohonaesohtonésohtona'nohtosóohtomâhtohto
Central Algonquian languages012345678910
Algonquinpegikninchnissoueneounarauningoutouassouninchouassounissouassouchangassoumitassou
Cree
(Plains)
mwac
kêkwân
pêyaknîsonistonêwoniyânannikotwâsiktêpakohpayinânêwkêkâ-
mitâtaht
mitâtaht
Foxnekotini:shwinye:wineswinya:nanwikotwa:shikano:hikashwa:shikasha:kakwili
Innu
(Innu-aimun, Montagnais)
pejukwnihkwnIstnewpatetahtkutwahtnihwahtnihwawhpejukwahtewmItahtw
Kickapoonekotiniiswinethwinieiniananwkotoaasikanoohikaneswaasikasaakametaathw
Menomineenekotni:sneqniwni:wniananneku:tuasetahno:hekansuaseksakewmeta:tah
Miami-Illinoismeeneehkininkoti
nkóti
niišwinihswiniiwimyaaranwi
(n)yaalanwi
kaakaathswiswaahteethswiparaare
palaani
niišomeneehki
ninkotimeneehki
nkótimeneehki
mataathswi
Naskapipaaikwniisunistunaawpitaataahchaasutaahchniiswaautaahchyaanaawpaaikustaawpaaikuyuw
Ojibwe
(Southwestern)
gaawiin gegoo/
waawiyebii'igan
bezhigniizhniswiniiwinnaanan(n)ingodwaaswiniizhwaaswi(n)ishwaaswizhaangaswimidaaswi
Potawatomingotnishnswe'nyawnyanInngotwatsonowakshwatsoshakmdatso
Sauk
(Mesquakie)
nekotahnishnessoahneeáwahneeananonkotoashecnoweeshoashecshackweechah
Shawneenegateneshwanithesenewenialinwenegotewatheneshwathesashekswachakatswametathwe
Eastern Algonquian languages012345678910
Abenaki
bazegwniznasyawn[ô]lanngued[ô]ztôbawôznsôzeknoliwimdala
Abenaki
(Cowasuck)
pazokmis
nis
nasiaon8lanngwed8zt8nbaw8zns8zeknoliwimdala
Abenaki, Eastern
(Alnôbak)
bez'gonisna`syeunannukw'dustabaúwusnsözuknoli`medala
Abenaki, Western
(Sokoki)
pazekwnisnasiawnlannguedztbawznszeknoliwimdala
Beothukyaseekadjieichshendeekdabseeknine jeckbashedtheekoodzookadayookyeothoducshansee
Loup A
(?Nipmuck?)
nengwtninzshwiiaunapalenegwtensikninzensikshwensikpeskwghinpaiakwe
Loup Bpaskonissoacswaciwacnonoacnegotonstanboenstsinswnoriwemetai
Mahicanngutteneschenachanáwanananèguttããschtupouwusghusoohnannéwemtannit
Malecite
(Maliseet)
nekwttapusistneunankamatchinloikunukokamultchineskwunatekkqitinsk
Massachusett
(Natick)
nequtneesenishyawnapannanequttatashnesausukshawosukpaskoogunpuik
Mi'kmaqnewtdabusistneonanasugomeluigenikugolmochinbesgunadeknewtiskagh
Narragansettnquitneessenishyohnepannaquttaenadashwosuckpaskugitpiuck
Munseeguttinischanachanewanalanguttaschnischoaschchaaschnolewiwimbat
Passamaquoddypesqnisnihinewnankamahcinoluwikonokoqomolcinesqonatekqotinsk
Nanticokenickquitna-eeznisyaughnup-pai-anoquttahmy-yay-wahtzahpassa-conquemillah!
Pequotnéqutnîsch'wîiâwnîpâuk'dusknîzu'shch'wî-ô'skbo:zuku'kwongbâ'iog
Pamlicoweembotneshinnauhnish-wonneryau-oonerumperrenwho-yeoctop-po-oshnau-haush-shoopach-ic-conkcosh
Powhatannecutninghnussyoughparanskecomotinchtoppawossnusswashkekatawghkaskeke
Quiripipafuk(néze)fwe(youh)(nesausuk)(swank)(pásakogun)(paíak)
Unamikwëtinishanaxanewapalenàxkkwètashnishashxashpèshkungtèlën
Unquachognquitneesnusyauhnapaanacuttahtumpowaswathe onepayac

Australian Aboriginal languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Anindilyakwa[32]awilyabaambilyumaabiyakarbiyaabiyarbuwaamangbalaememberrkwa
Gumulgal[32]uraponukasarukasar-uraponukasar-ukasarukasar-ukasar-uraponukasar-ukasar-ukasar
Gurindji[33]yoowarnigarndiwirringa-rloo-doo(none)
Kokata[32]kumakuttharakabuwimangeria
Kunwinjku[32]na-kudjibokendanjbikkunkarrngbakmengkunbidkudjikunbidboken
Mabuiag[32]urapunokosaokosa-urapunokosa-okosaokosa-okosa-urapunokosa-okosa-okosarasrasrasras
Ngaanyatjarra[34]kutjakutjarramarnkurrakutjarra-kutjarrakutjarra-marnkurra
Nunggubuyu[32]anyjabugijwulawawulanybajwulalwulalmarang-anyjabugijmarang-anyjabugij mari anyjabugijmarang-anyjabugij mari wulamarang-anyjabugij mari wulanybajmarang-anyjabugij mari wulalwulalmarang-anyjabugij marang-anyjabugij
Tiwi[32]natingajirarajiraterimajatapintapunginingitawamutirara
Wangka[32]kujakujarrakujarra kujukujarrakujarramarakujumarakujarra
WotjobalukGiti mŭnyaGaiŭp mŭnyaMarŭng mŭnyaYolop-yolop mŭnyaBap mŭnyaDart gŭrBoibŭnBun-dartiGengen dartchŭkBorporŭng
Wurrundjeri-willamBūbūpi-mŭringyaBūláto-rávelBūlátoUrnŭng-mélŭkBabŭngyi-mŭringyaKrauelNgŭrŭmbulJerauabilThánbŭrBerbert
Yolngu[32]wangganymarrma'lurrkunmarrma' marrma'gong wanganygong 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[edit]

Aleut languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Proto-Aleut*attaqa-n*aallax*qaanku*sitsin*tsang*atsung*allung*qamtsing*sitsing*h-atix̂
Niiĝuĝis (West Attu Aleut)ataqanalaxqankussiichingchaangatuunguluungqamchiingsichiinghatix̂
Taxtamam Tunuuataqanulaxqakusiichinchaangatuunguluungqamchiingsichiingatix̂
Qawalangin (East Atkan Aleut)ataqanaalaxqaankunsiichinchaangatuunguluungqamchiingsichiingatix̂

Eskimo languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Proto-Eskimo*ataʁuciʁ*malʁugh*pingayut*citamat*tadlimat*aʁvinelegh*malʁughneng aʁvinelegh*ningayuneng aʁvinelegh*qulengnguʁutengit*qulet
Inuit languages[edit]
Inupiaq languages012345678910
Seward Inupiaqatausiqmarluukpingasutsitamantaulimanarwiniliktauliman marluuktauliman pingasutqulinguutailatqulit
Qawiaraqatauchiqmalrukpingachutchitamantallimanarwiniliktalliman malruktalliman pingachutqulingutiiliitqulit
Malimiutunatausriqmalrukpiñgasrutsisamantallimanitchaksrattalliman malruktalliman piñgasrutqulingurutaillaqqulit
North Alaskan Iñupiaqatausiqmalrukpiñgasutsisamantallimanitchaksattalliman malruktalliman piñgasutqulingnguutaillaqqulit
Uummarmiutunatauhiqmalrukpiñgahuthihamantallimanitchakhattalliman malruktalliman piñgahutqulingiluatqulit
Inuktitut languages012345678910
Old Tchiglitunatautchiqmalrukpingatchuttchitamantallimanarvinilikarvinilit malrukarvinilit pingatchutqulingiluatqulit
New Siglitunatausiqmalrukpingasutsitamantallimanarviniliktalliman malrungniktalliman pingasunikqulingiluatqulit
Kangiryuarmiutunatauhiqmalrukpingahuthitamantallimanarvinilikmalruungnik arvinilikpingahunik arvinillitqulingiluatqulit
Inuinnaqtun 1
[clarification needed]
ataohikmalgokpingahothitamantallimanagvinilikmalgoknik agvinilikpingahotnik agviniliitkolingiloatkolit
Inuinnaqtun 2
[clarification needed]
atauhiqmalruukpingahuthitamattallimatarvinilikmalruungnik arvinilikpingahunik arvinilikqulingiluatqulit
NatsilingmiututᐊᑕᐅHᐃᖅ 'atauhiq'ᒪᓪᕉᒃ 'malruuk'ᐱᖓHᐅᑦ 'pingahut'HᐃHᐊᒪᑦ 'hihamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'arvinilik'
ᐊᕐᕕᓂᖅ 'arviniq'
ᒪᓪᕉᖕᓂᒃ ᐊᕐᕕᖓᑦ 'malruungnik arvingat'ᐱᖓHᐅᓂᒃ ᐊᕐᕕᖓᑦ 'pingahunik arvingat'HᐃHᐊᒪᓂᒃ ᐊᕐᕕᖓᑦ 'hihamanik arvingat
ᖁᓕᖏᓗᐊᑦ qulingiluaqtut
ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
KivallirmiututᐊᑕᐅHᐃᖅ 'atauhiq'ᒪᓪᕉᒃ 'malruuk'ᐱᖓHᐅᑦ 'pingahut'Hᐃᑕᒪᑦ 'hitamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'arvinilik'
ᐊᕐᕕᓐᕋᑦ 'arvinrat'
ᒪᓪᕉᖕᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'malruungniarvinilik'ᐱᖓHᐅᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'pingahuniarvinillik'ᖁᓕᖏᓗᐊᖅᑐᑦ qulingiluaqtutᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Aivilingmiututᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᖅᑐᑦ 'arviniqtut'ᒪᕐᕉᖕᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'marruungniarvinilik'ᐱᖓᓱᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'pingasuniarvinilik'ᖁᓕᖏᓗᐊᖅᑐᑦ 'qulingiluaqtut'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Inuktitut (Official Language)ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'arvinilik'ᒪᕐᕉᖕᓂᒃ ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'marruungnik arvinilik'ᐱᖓᓱᓂᒃ ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'pingasunik arvinilik'ᖁᓕᖏᓗᐊᑦ 'qulingiluat 'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Iglulingmiutut (North Baffin)ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᑎᓴᒪᑦ 'tisamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓖᑦ 'arviniliit'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓖᑦ ᒪᕐᕉᖕᓂᒃ 'arviniliit marruungnik'ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓖᑦ ᐱᖓᓱᓂᒃ
'arviniliit pingasunik'
ᖁᓕᖃᙱᑐᐃᓐᓇᖅᑐᑦ 'quliqanngituinnaqtut'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
South Baffinᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat'
ᓯᓴᒪᑦ 'sisamat'
ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐱᖓᓲᔪᖅᑐᑦ 'pingasuujuqtut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᔪᙱᒋᐊᖅᑐᑦ 'sitamaujunngigiaqtut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᔪᖅᑐᑦ 'sitamaujuqtut'ᖁᓕᐅᙱᐊᖅᑐᑦ 'quliunngiaqtut'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Nunavimmiutitut (Taqramiutut)ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᖅᕉᒃ 'maqruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐱᖓᓲᔪᕐᑐᑦ 'pingasuujurtut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᔪᙱᒋᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaujunngigiartut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᔪᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaujurtut'ᖁᓕᐅᙱᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'quliunngigartut'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Itivimiututᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq'ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk'ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut'ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat'ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat'ᐱᖓᓲᕈᕐᑐᑦ 'pingasuururtut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᕈᙱᒋᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaurunngigiartut'ᓯᑕᒪᐅᕈᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaururtut'ᖁᓕᐅᙱᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'quliunngiartut'ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'

ᑕᓪᓕᒪᐅᕈᕐᑐᑦ tallimaururtut
Labrador InuttutatautsiKmagguukpingasutsitamattallimatpingasuujuttutsitamaujunngigiattutsitamaujuttutKuliunngiattuttallimaujuttut
Rigoletatausiqmarruuqpingasutsitamattallimataqpinilikaqpiniq marruuqaqpiniq pingasutqulingiluaqtutqulit
Moravian Inuttut (Loanword from German)ainasiksuvaiktaraikviagavinivisâksitsepatâttatnainasenat
Greenlandic languages012345678910
Modern Kalaallisut (Official Language)ataaseqmarlukpingasutsisamattallimatarfinillitarfineq marlukarfineq pingasutqulingiluatqulit
Avannarhuarmiutut (North Thule Greenlandic)atauhiqmarlukpingahuthihamattaddimatarhinidditarhiniq marlukarhiniq pingahutqulingiduatqulit
Kitaamiutut (West Greenlandic)ataasiqmarɫukpingasutsisamattaɫɫimatarviniɫɫitarviniq marlukarviniq pingasutqulingiluatqulit
Tunumiisit uraasiat (East Greenlandic)alaasiqmartitpingasitsiamattattimatarpiittitarpiniq martutarpiniq pingasitqutingituatqutit
Sermilimmiisit (East Greenlandic 2)suuttiqsuuttip tuttia
aappaa
pingaivaajatsiamaajattattimaajatarpiaajatarpiniq aappaaarpiniq pingaivaajatqutingituaajatqutiaatat
Yupik languages[edit]
Language012345678910
Sirenikateresexmalrugpingeyugsitemiyitasímengíyiinglexmalrughningingli-kilrixpingiyughningingli-kilrixninginglitasixta
Chaplinski Yuitataaziqmaalghukpingayutstaamattaɫimataghvínglekmaalghaghvínlapingayuninginglalikstaamaninginglalikkula
Naukanski Yuitataasiqmalghukpingayutsitamattaɫimataghvínelekmalghugnengaghvínelekpingayuningarvinilikqulngughutngiilnguqqula
Nunivak Cup'ikatautciqmaɫerukpingaayutstaamättäɫiimatarvinglegenmalrunglegeninglulgenqulngurutailnguutqula
Sugpiaqatauciq
allriluq
mallukpingaunstaamattaɫimanarwinlgenmalluugininglulenqulnguyanqulen
Chugach Sugpiaqatuusiqmalruk
malruungin
pingaunstaamattaɫimänarwinlgenmalrunginingilulinqulnguyanqulin
Yup'ikatauciqmalrukpingayuncetamantaɫimanarvinglegenmalrunglegenpingayunglegenqulngunritaraanqula

Iroquoian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
CherokeeᏌᏊᎢ
saquui
ᏔᎵ
ta'li
ᏦᎢ
tso'i
ᏅᎩ
nvgi
ᎯᏍᎩ
hisgi
ᏑᏓᎵ
sudali
ᎦᎵᏉᎩ
galiquogi
ᏧᏁᎳ
tsunela
ᏐᏁᎳ
sonela
ᏍᎪᎯ
sgohi
Mohawkénskatékeniáhsenkaié:riwiskiá:ia'ktsá:tahsha'té:kontióhtonoié:ri
Oneidaúskahtékenáhsʌkayé:wískyá:yaktsya:táktéklu’wá:tluoye:l̲i̲
Wyandotskattedihsehkdahkwiswaza'tsutare'a'tere'e'trohahseh

Mayan languages[edit]

Proto-Mayan*juun*kaa’b’*oohx*ka:ng-*ho?-*wahq-*huq-*waqshaq-*b'eleng-*laxung
Language012345678910
Huastec Mayanhuntzaboxtzeacacbuchuaxicbelleuhlahu
Kichejun
[xun]
kieb'
[kʰiep]
oxib'
[oʃip]
kajäb'
[kʰaxəp]
job'
[xop]
waqib'
[waqʰip]
wuqub'
[wuqʰup]
wajxaqib'
[waxʃaqʰip]
b'elejeb'
[ɓelexep]
lajuj
[laxux]
Q'anjob'aljunkab'oxeb'kaneb'oyeb'waqeb'uqeb'waxaqeb'b'aloneb'lajobeb'
Yucatec Mayan[35][36]hunka'aóoxkanho'o**wáakúukwaxakbolonlahun
Tzotziljunchib'oxibchanibvo'obvakibvukubwaxakibbaluneblajuneb
Notes
^** For numbers above four, the Spanish words are generally used.[37]

Muskogean languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Chickasaw[38]chaffatoklotochchí'naoshtatalhlhá'pihanná'liontokloontochchí'nachakká'lipokkó'li
Choctaw[39]achvffatuklotuchenaushtatalhapihvnnaliontukloontuchenachakkalipokkoli
Creek[40]hvmkenhokkolentutcēnenostencvhkēpenēpakenkolvpakencenvpakenostvpakenpalen
Mikasukiłáàmentoklantocheenanshéetaakenchahkeepaneepaakenkolapaakentoshnapaakenoshtapaakenpokoolen

Na-Dené languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Chiricahua (Apache)-dáłee’énaakitáá’, táídį́į́’’anshdlai’guustánguusts’iidi’ts’aabíńguust’áí’guneesnán
Jicarilla (Apache)-dáła’éénáakikai’idį́į́’iashdle,
ashdle’
goskángosts’idisą́ąbį́į́nǫ́ǫst’aigoneesnán
Navajot’ááłá’i (láa’ii)naakitáá’dį́į́’ashdla’hastą́ą́tsosts’idtseebíínáhást’éíneeznáá
Tlingit(tléil)tléix'déix̱nás'kdaax'oonkeijíntleidooshúdax̱adooshúnas'gadooshúgooshúḵjinkaat
Western Apachedáłá’anakihtaagi
(tāāgi)
dįį’i
(dį̄į̄’i)
ashdla’i, ashdla’, ishdla’igostángosts’iditsebii (tsebīī), sabii (sabīī), sebii (sebīī)góst’áí,
ńgóst’áí
goneznán, gonenán, goneezná, goniinán

Quechuan languages[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Quechuaillaq
ch'usaq
huqiskaykinsatawapisqasuqtaqanchispusaqisqunchunkachunka huqniyuqchunka iskayniyuqchunka kinsaniyuqchunka tawaniyuqchunka pisqaniyuqchunka suqtaniyuqchunka qanchisniyuqchunka pusaqniyuqchunka isqunniyuqiskay chunka

Salishan languages[edit]

Coast languages012345678910
Klallamnə́c̓uʔčə́səʔɬíxʷŋúsɬq̓áčšt̕x̣ə́ŋc̓úʔkʷstáʔcstə́kʷxʷʔúpn
Northern Straits (Saanich)NET̸E, / nət̕θəʔĆESE, / čəsəʔL̵IW̱ / ɬixʷṈOS / ŋasL̵K̶AĆES / ɬq̓ečəsDX̱EṈ / t̕x̣əŋT̸O,C̸ES / t̕θaʔkʷəsTA,T̵ES / teʔθəsTEC̸EW̱ / təkʷəxʷ,OPEN / ʔapən
Interior languages012345678910
Thompsonpéyeʔséyekeʔłésmúscíykstƛʼáqʼmekstcúłkeʔpiʔúpstəmłpéyeʔʔúpnekst

Siouan languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Lakhótatákuniwaŋžínúŋpayámnitópazáptaŋšákpešakówiŋšaglóğaŋnapĉíŋyuŋkawikĉémna

Tupian languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Guaranípapa'ỹpeteĩmokõimbohapyirundypopoteĩpokõipoapyporundypa
Tupinambáoîepémokõîmosapyrirundykpopó-oîepépó-mokõipó-mosapyrpó-irundykmokõi-pó
Nheengatuiepémukũimusapíriirundiiepepupuiepépumukũipumusapíripuirundimukũipu

Uto-Aztecan languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Comanchecíen
sʉmʉ
uah
waha
paiste
pahitʉ̱
ayarocueté
hayarokwetʉ̱
moobeté
moʔobeʔ
nabaehté
naabaitʉ̱
tatzeuhté
tàh'tsookt
nameuatzeuhté
nam'ewotstsooht
cemanouehminate
wo'menut
cemanri
sa'imen
Hopi[41]suukya’lööyömpàayomnaalöyömtsivotnavaytsange’nanaltpevtpakwt
Nahuatlōmeēyināhuimācuīllichicuacēchicōmechicuēyichiconāhuimahtlactli
Tarahumara, Central[42]biréocuábiquiyánahuosamaríusaniquicháoosá nahuóquímacoymacoy
Timbisha[43]sümüttünwahattünpahittünwattsüwitünmanikitünnaapaitüntaattsüwitünwoosüwitünwanikkitünsüümootün

Yokutsan languages[edit]

Language012345678910
Chukchansiyĕtpú-nâ-isá-pinhát-pan-niyít-si-nilchá-li-pinóm-chinmó-nosnó-nipchí-yĕ-u

Language isolates[edit]

Language01234567891011121314151617181920
Ainuシネ
sine
トゥ
tu

re
イネ
ine
アシㇰネ
asikne
イワン
iwan
アㇻワン
arwan
トゥペサン
tupesan
シネペサン
sinepesan
ワン
wan
シネ イカㇱマ ワン
sine ikasma wan
トゥ イカㇱマ ワン
tu ikasma wan
レ イカㇱマ ワン
re ikasma wan
イネ イカㇱマ ワン
ine ikasma wan
アシㇰネ イカㇱマ ワン
asikne ikasma wan
イワン イカㇱマ ワン
iwan ikasma wan
アㇻワン イカㇱマ ワン
arwan ikasma wan
トゥペサン イカㇱマ ワン
tupesan ikasma wan
シネペサン イカㇱマ ワン
sinepesan ikasma wan
ホッネ
hotne
Basquezerobatbihirulaubost
bortz
seizazpizortzibederatzihamarhamaikahamabihamahiruhamalauhamabost
hamabortz
hamaseihamazazpihemezortzi
hamazortzi
hemeretzihogei
Ibericbi(n)laurborstSeisisbisorseabaR
Burushaskihanaltouskowaltocundómišindotaloaltambohunċotorumo
Elamitekirmarzitliulirit
Etruscanθuzalcihuθmaχśasemφcezpnurφśar
Hurrianšukkošin(i)kig(e)tumn(i)nari(ja)šešešind(i)kir(i/a)tamr(i)eman
Nihalibiḍumirarmoṭhonālopãcochāḥsatoaṭhonavdas
Korean하나
hana

dul

set

net
다섯
daseot
여섯
yeoseot
일곱
ilgop
여덟
yeodeol
아홉
ahop

yeol
열하나
yeolhana
열둘
yeoldul
열셋
yeolset
열넷
yeolnet
열다섯
yeoldaseot
열여섯
yeolyeoseot
열일곱
yeorilgop
열여덟
yeolyeodeol
열아홉
yeorahop
스물
seumul
Sino-Korean영, 령
yeong / yŏng,
ryeong / ryŏng

il

i

sam

sa

o
육, 륙
yuk,
ryuk

chil / ch'il

pal / p'al

gu / ku

sip
십일
sibil
십이
sibi
십삼
sipsam
십사
sipsa
십오
sibo
십육, 십륙
simnyuk
십칠
sipchil / sipch'il
십팔
sippal / p'al
십구
sipgu / sipku
이십
isip
Mapudungunkiñeepukülamelikechukayureqlepuraailhamari
Sumeriandeshminpeshlimii-ashi-mini-usi-limhu
Zunitopintekwilinhaʼinʼaawitenʼaptentopalekkaʼakwilelekkʼahaʼelekkʼatenalekkʼaʼastemlhan
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.

Creoles and pidgins[edit]

English-based creoles and pidgins012345678910
Bislamawantutrifofaevsiksseveneitnaenten
Solomon Islands Pijinsirowantutrifoafaevsikisseveneitnaenten
Tok Pisinsirowantutrifoafaivsikissevenetnainten
Kriozirowantutrifofayvsikssɛvinetnayntɛn
Norfolk/Pitcairnesesiro (sero)wantuuthriifoorfiiwsiks (seks)sewenietniinten
French-based creole languages012345678910
Antillean Creolezéroyonntwakatsenksissetuitnèfdis
Haitian Creolezeroyoundetwakatsenksissètyitnèfdis
Seychellois Creole (Seselwa)enndetrwakatsenksissetwitnefdis
Portuguese-based creole languages012345678910
Cape Verdean Creole (Santiago)zéruundostreskuatusinkuseixsétiôitunóvidés
Cape Verdean Creole (São Vicente)zérundostreskuatsinkseixsétôitnóvdés
Papiamentuundostreskuatersinkuseissheteochonuebedjes
Spanish-based creole languages012345678910
(Zamboanga, Cavite, Cotabato, Davao Chavacano)zero/serounodostrescuatro/kwatrocinco/singkoseissiete/syeteochonueve/nwebediez/dies
(Ternate Chavacano)serounûdostreskwatrûsingkûseissyétihochûnwebedies
Zulu-based pidgin languages012345678910
Fanagalowantutrifofayifsikisseveneyitnayinten

Constructed and auxiliary languages[edit]

International auxiliary languages012345678910
Communicationsspracheunaduatriaquatraquinasestasettaottanonadia
Esperantonulunudutrikvarkvinsessepoknaŭdek
Glosamobitritetpensixsetioknonadeka
Idiom Neutralundutrikuatrkuinkseksseptoktnovdes
Idozeroundutriquarkinsissepoknondek
Interlinguazerounduotresquatrocinquesexsepteoctonovedece
Kotavanedoytanoytoloybaroybalemoyaluboytevoyperoyanhustoylerdoysanoy
Lingua Franca Novaundutrecuatrosincosesseteotonovedes
Novialseroundutriquarsinksixsetotnindek
Occidental (Interlingue)undutriquarquinsixsettottnondeci
Slovianskinula
нула
jedin
једин
dva
два
tri
три
četyri
четыри
peť
петь
šesť
шесть
sedm
седм
osm
осм
deveť
деветь
deseť
десеть
Solresolredodoremimirefafaresolsolrelalaresisimimidomimiremimifamimisol
Spokilbagedivomufatekipoha
Volapükserbaltelkilfollulmälveljölzüldeg / bals
Artistic languages012345678910
Brithenigsero / rhenyndewtruicathrcincseisethoethnoedeg
D'nifahbreesehntorvahtvahgahfahvahgahbreevahgahsehnvahgahtornayvoo
Dothrakisomatakatsentormekzhindafekhoriqazatthi
Klingonpaghwa'cha'wejloSvaghjavSochchorghHutwa'maH
Klingonaasenakembeltasreslobdentekzimsofpon
Na'vikew'awmunepxeytsìngmrrpukapkinävol (10)volaw (11)vomun (12)
Quenyaúquaminëattaneldëcantalempëenquëotsotoltonertëcainen
Sindarinmintâdneledcanadlebenenegodogtolothnedercaer
Talossanviensdouâtresqatorsimcâsexseifetvuitnouâbisquinc
Teonahtuontibroelenfremnibroksyksotsabreuynotemradleyn
Wenedykzerowyndwutrzekotrycząkszejsiećocynówdzecz
Engineered languages012345678910
Láadantheronedeshinboóbimshambathumnibbudthab
Loglanninetotefofesosevoveneni
Lojbannoparecivomuxazebisopano
Rozabzaczadzafzakzalzamzanzarzabax
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)

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