List of numbers in various languages


List of numbers in various languages

The following tables list the 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

Afro-Asiatic languages

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 hudu biyar shida bakwai takwas tara goma goma sha d'aya goma sha biyu goma sha uku goma sha hudu 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 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
Egyptian, Middle   wˁ(yw) śnw(y) ḫmt(w) fdw dỉw śrśw/śỉśw śfḫ(w) ḫmn(w) pśḏ(w) mḏ(w)
Egyptian, Late   wéʕe snéwe xámtʰe ftáw tíw sáw sáfxe xmáne pʰsíte múte

Semitic languages

Arabic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Arabic, Literary# 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, Algerian واحد
wāḥed
زوج
zūǧ
ثلاثة
ṯlāṯä
ربعة
rabʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sebʿä
ثمانية
ṯmānyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Cypriot Maronite آخن
ʼēḫen
خنين
ḫnayn
تلاخة
tlāḫë
أربع
ʼarbaʿ
خمسة
ḫamsï
سيتّة
sīttë
سابع
sābaʿ
خمانية
ḫmēnyë
تيسعة
tīsʿä
عاشرة
ʿāšrä
Arabic, Egyptian صفر‎/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, Lebanese واحد
wāḥad
تنين
tnēn
تلاتة
tlētï
أربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsï
ستّة
settï
سبعة
sabʿä
تمانة
tmēnï
تسعة
tesʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Iraqi واحد
wāḥid
ثناين
ṯinayn
ثلاثة
ṯilāṯä
أربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمانية
ṯimānyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašrä
Arabic, Moroccan واحد
wāḥed
جوج
ǧūǧ
تلاتة
tlātä
ربعة
rebʿä
خمسة
ḫemsä
ستّة
settä
سبعة
sebʿä
تمنية
tmenyä
تسعود
tesʿūd
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Najdi واحد
wāḥid
إثنين
ʼiṯnīn
ثلاثة
ṯalāṯä
أربعة
ʼarbaʿä
خمسة
ḫamsä
ستّة
sittä
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمنية
ṯamanyä
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Syrian واحد
wāḥed
تنين
tnēn
تلاتة
tlātë
ربعة
ʼarbʿä
خمسة
ḫamsë
ستّة
səttë
سبعة
sabʿä
تمانة
tmānë
تسعة
tesʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Arabic, Yemeni واحد
wāḥid
إثنين
ʼiṯnayn
ثلاثة
ṯalāṯë
أربعة
ʼarbaʿä
خمسة
ḫamsë
ستّح
sitteḥ
سبعة
sabʿä
ثمانية
ṯamāniyë
تسعة
tisʿä
عشرة
ʿašarä
Maltese xejn wieħed tnejn tlieta erbgħa ħamsa sitta sebgħa tmienja disgħa għaxra
Aramaic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Aramaic, Modern âhad itr tlo:ta: árpa` hámsha: shé:'tta: shub`a: tmó:nya: tésh`a: `ásra:
Syriac seepaarr khaa
kha
trr'e
trae
'td'laa
tla:tha
aarrpaa
arb'a
khaamshaa
khamsha
ishtaa
'ishta
shaawaa
shaw'a
tmenya
tmanya
oochaa
'itcha
usraa
'issra
Canaanite languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Hebrew, Biblical אֶ֫פֶס אַחַת
אֶחָד
שְׁתַּ֫יִם
שְׁנַ֫יִם
שָׁלֹושׁ
שְׁלֹושָׁה
אַרְבַּע
אַרְבָּעָה
חָמֵשׁ
חֲמִשָּׁה
שֵׁשׁ
שִׁשָּׁה
שֶׁ֫בַע
שִׁבְעָה
שְׁמֹונֶה
שְׁמֹונָה
תֵּ֫שַׁע
תִּשְׁעָה
עֶ֫שֶׂר
עֲשָׂרָה
Hebrew אפס אחת
אחד
שתיים
שניים
שלוש
שלושה
ארבע
ארבעה
חמש
חמישה
שש
שישה
שבע
שבעה
שמונה
שמונה
תשע
תשעה
עשר
עשרה
Hebrew, Tiberian ʼẹṗes ʼạḥạṯ
ʼẹḥāḏ
eštạyim
ešnạyim
šālōš
šəlōšā
ʼarbạʻ
ʼarbāʻā
ḥāmēš
ḥamiššā
šēš
šiššā
šẹḇaʻ
šiḇʻā
šəmōnẹ
šəmōnā
tēšaʻ
tišʻā
ʻẹśer
ʻaśārā
Hebrew, Yemenite ʼāfas ʼāḥāṯ
ʼāḥōḏ
štāyim
šnāyim
šōlȫš
šalȫšō
ʼarbāʻ
ʼarbōʻō
ḥōmēš
ḥamiššō
šēš
šiššō
šāvaʻ
šivʻō
šamȫnā
šamȫnō
tēšaʻ
tišʻō
ʻāśar
ʻaśōrō
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 aẖat
eẖad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shelosha
arbaʻ
arbaʻa
ẖamesh
ẖamisha
shesh
shisha
shévaʻ
shivʻa
shemone
shemona
téshaʻ
tishʻa
ʻéser
ʻasara
Hebrew Academy (2006) éfes aẖat
eẖad
shtáyim
shnáyim
shalosh
shlosha
arba
arba'a
ẖamesh
ẖamisha
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 ištēn šena šalaš erbe ḥamiš šiššu sebe samāne tiše ešer
Ethiopic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Amharic ባዶ
bado
አንድ
and
ሁለት
hulät
ሦስት
sost
አራት
arat
አምስት
amməst
ስድስት
səddəst
ሰባት
säbat
ስምንት
səmmənt
ዘጠኝ
zäṭäñ
አሥር
asər
Ge'ez ʔaħadu kilʔe shelestu ʔarba`ittu xammistu siddistu seb`atu sementu tes`attu `ashshertu
Harari aḥad ko'ot ši'išti ḥarät ḥammisti səddisti sa'atti su'ut zaḥṭäñ assər
Tigrinya bado hade kilte seleste arba'ete hamushte shidishte shob'ate shomonte tishi'ate aserte
Notes
^# The numerals used in English and other languages using Latin-derived 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 alphabet 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

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Aka-Bo lĭdĭgĭ wāsi ēde lūla kumugyĭ gĭlmugeri djūmāsi ungertōsi ūnākēla cārāli

Austroasiatic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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
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* nhất nhị tam tứ ngũ lục thất bát cửu thập
Vietnamese số không / zêrô một hai ba bốn năm sáu bảy tám chín mười / chục mười một mười hai mười ba mười bốn mười năm mười sáu mười bảy mười tám mười chín hai mười
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

Amis cecay tosa tolo spat 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 tasa dusa tau paat ima nuum pitu vau siva mas-an
Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Acehnese sifar
soh
sa duwa lhee peut limong nam tujoh lapan sikureung siploh
Balinese besik due telu papat lime nenem pitu kutus sie dase
Batak Toba sada dua tolu opat lima onom pitu ualu sia sampulu
Benuaq eray duaq toluu opaat limaq jawatn turu walo sie sepuluh
Buginese ceddi dua tellu empa lima enneng pitu arua asera seppulo
Cebuano wala
sero
usa duha tulo upat lima unom pito walo siyam napulo
pulo
Cia-Cia dise, ise rua, ghua tolu pa'a lima no'o picu walu, oalu siua ompulu
Dusun aiso iso duo tolu apat limo onom turu walu siam hopod
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
Hiligaynon wala
sero
isa duha tatlo apat lima anum pito walo siyam pulo
Ilokano ibbong
awan
sero
maysa dua tallo uppat lima innem pito walo siam sangapulo
Indonesian kosong
nol
satu dua tiga empat lima enam tujuh delapan sembilan sepuluh sebelas dua belas tiga belas empat belas lima belas enam belas tujuh belas delapan belas sembilan belas dua puluh
Javanese (krama) setunggal kalih tiga sekawan gangsal enem pitu wolu sanga sedasa
Javanese (ngoko) siji loro telu papat lima enem pitu wolu sanga sepuluh
Makassarese ᨒᨚᨅ
lobbang
ᨊᨚᨒᨚ
nolo'
ᨙᨔᨙᨑ
se're
ᨑᨘᨕ
rua
ᨈᨒᨘ
tallu
ᨕᨄ
appa'
ᨒᨗᨆ
lima
ᨕᨊ
annang
ᨈᨘᨍ
tuju
ᨔᨂᨈᨘᨍ
sangantuju
ᨔᨒᨄ
salapang
ᨔᨄᨘᨒᨚ
sampulo
Malagasy aotra isa
iray
roa telo efatra dimy enina fito valo sivy folo iray ambinifolo roa ambinifolo telo ambinifolo efatra ambinifolo dimy ambinifolo enina ambinifolo fito ambinifolo valo ambinifolo sivy ambinifolo roapolo
Malay کوسوڠ
kosong
صيفر
sifar
ساتو
satu
دوا
dua
تيݢ
tiga
امڤت
empat
ليم
lima
انم
enam
توجوە
tujuh
لاڤن
lapan
سمبيلن
sembilan
سڤولوه
sepuluh
Sangirese sembau darua tatelu epa lima eneng pitu walu sio mapulo
Sasak sekek due telo empat lime enam pituk baluk siwak sepulu
Sundanese hiji dua tilu opat lima genep tujuh dalapan salapan sapuluh
Tagalog wala
sero
isá dalawá tatló apat limá anim pitó waló siyám sampû labingisá labindalawá labintatló labingapat labinlimá labinganim labimpitó labingwaló labinsiyám dalawampû
Tetun zero
nol
ida rua tolu hat lima nen hitu ualu sia sanulu sanulu-resin-ida sanulu-resin-rua sanulu-resin-tolu sanulu-resin-hat sanulu-resin-lima sanulu-resin-nen sanulu-resin-hitu sanulu-resin-ualu sanulu-resin-sia ruanulu
Waray-Waray waray
sero
usá duhá tuló upat limá unóm pitó waló siyám napúlò
Oceanic languages 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-hā 'e-lima 'e-ono 'e-hiku 'e-walu 'e-iwa 'umi 'umikūmākahi 'umikūmālua 'umikūmākolu 'umikūmāhā 'umikūmālima 'umikūmāono 'umikūmāhiku 'umikūmāwalu 'umikūmāiwa iwakālua
Māori tahi rua toru whā rima ono whitu waru iwa tekau tekau mā tahi tekau mā rua tekau mā toru tekau mā whā tekau mā rima tekau mā ono tekau mā whitu tekau mā waru tekau mā iwa rua tekau
Marshallese[1] juon ruo jilu emän ļalem jiljino jimjuon ralitök ratimjuon joñoul
Niuean nakai taha ua tolu fa lima ono fitu valu hiva hogofulu hogofulu ma taha 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 'e-tahi
ka-tahi
'e-rua
ka-rua
'e-toru
ka-toru
'e-hā
ka-hā
'e-rima
ka-rima
'e-ono
ka-ono
'e-hitu
ka-hitu
'e-va'u
ka-va'u
'e-iva
ka-iva
'e-angahuru
ka-angahuru
'e-hō'ē'ahuru ma pae
ka-hō'ē'ahuru ma pae
Rarotongan Māori 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-'ā 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 vạlu siva saghulu
Sāmoan 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
Sāmoan (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 hō'ē
tahi
piti toru maha pae ōno hitu va'u iva hō'ē 'ahuru hō'ē 'ahuru ma hō'e hō'ē 'ahuru ma piti hō'ē 'ahuru ma toru hō'ē 'ahuru ma maha hō'ē 'ahuru ma pae hō'ē 'ahuru ma ōno hō'ē 'ahuru ma hitu hō'ē 'ahuru ma va'u hō'ē 'ahuru ma iva piti '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
Tuvaluan tahi
tasi
lua tolu fa lima ono fitu valu iva sefulu

Caucasian languages

Kartvelian languages (South Caucasian)

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Georgian ერთი
erti
ორი
ori
სამი
sami
ოთხი
otxi
ხუთი
xuti
ექვსი
ekvsi
შვიდი
švidi
რვა
rva
ცხრა
cxra
ათი
ati
Georgian, Old ႤႰႧႨ
erti
ႭႰႨ
ori
ႱႠႫႨ
sami
ႭႧႾႨ
otxi
ႾႳႧႨ
xuti
ႤႵႥႱႨ
ekwsi
ႸႥႨႣႨ
šwidi
ႰႥႠჂ
rvaj
ႺႾႰႠჂ
cxraj
ႠႧႨ
ati
Laz არ
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
Mingrelian ართი/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
Svan ეშხუ
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

Dagestanian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Avar ноль
nol'
цо
co
кIиго
kʼigo
лъабго
łabgo
ункъо
unqʼo
щуго
ššugo
анлъго
anłgo
анкьго
anƛʼgo
микьго
miƛʼgo
ичIго
ičʼgo
анцIго
ancʼgo
Bezhta нол
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
Hunzib гьынс
hə̃s
къану
qʼanu
лъана
łana
окъен
oqʼen
лъино
łino
илъно
iłno
алIно
aƛno
белIно
beƛno
учIин
učʼin
ацIын
acʼən
Tsez сис
sis
къаIно
qʼˁano
лъоIно
łˁono
уйно
uyno
лъено
łeno
илъно
iłno
оIлIно
ˁoƛno
билIно
biƛno
очIчIино
očʼčʼino
оцIцIино
ocʼcʼino
Nakh languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bats цхьа
cħa
ши
ši
кхо
qo
дIивъ
dˤiv'
пхи
pxi
етх
yetx
ворлъ
vorł
барлъ
barł
исс
iss
итIтI
itt
Chechen нул
nul
цхьаъ
cẋaj
шиъ
şij
кхоъ
qoj
диъ
dij
пхиъ
pxij
ялхI
yalx
ворхI
vorh
бархI
barh
исс
iss
итт
itt

Northwest Caucasian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Abkhaz акы
akʼə
ҩба
ɥəba
хҧа
χpa
ҧшьба
pʃba
хуба
χʷba
фба
fba
бжьба
bʒba
ааба
aːba
жәба
ʒʷba
жәаба
ʒʷaba
Abaza закIы
zakʼə
гIвба
ʕʷəbɑ
хпа
χpɑ
пщба
pʃbɑ
хвба
χʷbɑ
цба
t͡sbɑ
бжьба
bʒbɑ
агIба
aʕba
жвба
ʒʷba
жваба
ʒʷaba
Adyghe зиI
zjəʔ
зы
тIу
tʷʼə
щы
ʃə
плIы
pɬʼə
тху
txʷə
хы
блы
bɮə
ий
jəj
бгъу
bʁʷə
пшIы
pɕʼə
Kabardian зыри
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
Ubykh za tʼqʷʼa ɕa pʼɬʼə ʃxə blə ʁʷa bʁʲə ʒʷə

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
[citation needed]
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]
°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]
knɨn kasx choŭ-k cha-k kugum-nuk keĺkug 'et-utk-tunuk cho-'ok-tunuk cha-'ak-tanak žužad
South Itelmen
[citation needed]
dizk kaz/ka'as chak cha'ak ko'om-nak kilko̯ak '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
Kannada
ಸೊನ್ನೆ
sonne

ಒಂದು
ondu

ಎರಡು
eradu

ಮೂರು
mūru

ನಾಲ್ಕು
nālku

ಐದು
aidu

ಆರು
āru

ಏಳು
ēLu

ಎಂಟು
entu

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
suzhiyam
pūjyam

ஒன்று
oṉdṟu

இரண்டு
irandu

மூன்று
mūṉdṟu

நான்கு
nāṉgu

ஐந்து
aindhu

ஆறு
āṟu

ஏழு
ēḻu

எட்டு
eṯṯu

ஒன்பது
oṉbadhu

பத்து
paththu
Telugu
ಸೊನ್ನೆ
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

Proto-Indo-European *oinos/*oiwos
/*oikos/*sems
*duwou *treies *kʷetwores *penkʷe *s(w)eḱs *septṃ *oḱtou *newṇ *deḱṃt
Celtic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Gaulish oino do tri petor pempe suekos sextam oxtu nau decam
Brythonic languages (Celtic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Breton, Old un dou/dau tri petguar pemp hue seith/seidth eith nau dec
Breton mann unan daou (m)
div (f)
tri (m)
teir (f)
pevar (m)
peder (f)
pemp c’hwec’h seizh eizh nav dek
Cornish, Late idn/ônen deu/deau trŷ/trei pajer/padzhar pemp wheh seyth eyth/eath now/naw deg/dêag
Unified Cornish[2] man onan (m)
unn (f)
dew (m)
diw (f)
tri (m)
teyr (f)
peswar (m)
peder (f)
pymp hwegh seyth eth naw deg
Welsh, Old un dou/deu tri petwar pimp chwech seyth oith naw dec
Welsh dim un dau (m)
dwy (f)
tri (m)
tair (f)
pedwar (m) pedair (f) pump chwech saith wyth naw deg
Goidelic languages (Celtic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Irish náid aon

trí
ceathair
cúig

seacht ocht
naoi
deich
Manx neunhee nane jees tree kiare queig shey shiaght hoght nuy jeih
Scottish Gaelic neoni aon dhà trì ceithir còig sia seachd ochd naoi deich
Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Germanic *ainaz *twa *þrijiz *fidwōriz *fimfi *sehs *sibun *ahtō *niwun *tehun
East Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Gothic * in the Latin alphabet: ains twai þreis fidwor fimf saíhs sibun ahtau niun taíhun
Gothic, Crimean * in the Latin alphabet: ene tua tria fyder fyuf seis sevene athe nyne thiine
West Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ingvaeonic languages (West Germanic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
English, Old an
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]
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 thréo fower/foure fyve syxe seovene eyghte nyne/nighen tene
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
English zero / nil / nought one two three four five six seven eight nine ten
Frisian, Old en twe thre fiuwer fif sex sigun achta nigun tian
Frisian, West nul ien twa trije fjouwer fiif seis sân acht njoggen tsien
Frisian, Saterland aan twæi træi fjauer fieuw sæks sogen oachte njugen tjoon
Low Franconian languages (West Germanic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Afrikaans nul een twee drie vier vyf ses sewe agt nege tien
Dutch nul één twee drie vier vijf zes zeven acht negen tien
West Flemish ièn twiè drie viere vuvve zèsse zēvne achte nēgne 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
Low German null een twee dree veer fiev söss söven acht negen tien
Plautdietsch een twee dree fea fief sass säwen acht näajen tian
Saxon, Northern Low een twee dree veer fief söß söven acht negen teihn
High German languages (West Germanic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
German (listen) null eins zwei, zwo drei vier fünf sechs sieben acht neun zehn
Yiddish אײנס
eyns
צװײ
tsvey
דרײ
drey
פֿיר
fir
פֿינף
finf
זעכס
zeks
זיבן
zibn
אכט
akht
נײן
neyn
צען
tsen
German, Pennsylvania eens zwee drei vier fimf sex siwwe acht nein/neine zeh
Luxembourgish eent zwee dräi véier fënnef sechs siwen aacht néng zéng
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
Austro-Bavarian language null/nui oàns zwoà drei viàr(è) fümf(è) sêks(è) siem(è) åcht(è) nein(è) zêhn(è)
Cimbrian òan zbeen drai viar vüf sèks siban acht naün zègan
Swabian oes zwoe droe vier fümf sechs siibe acht noen zaen
Alemannic 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
North Germanic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Norse, Old einn tveir þrír fjórir fimm sex sjau átta níu tíu
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
Faroese null ein (m & f)
eitt (n)
tveir (m)
tvær (f)
tvey (n)
tríggir (m)
tríggjar (f)
trý (n)
fýra fimm seks sjey átta níggju tíggju
Norn en twa tre føre/få siks sju ni ti
Dalecarlian ienn twer trair fiuärer fem sjäks sju åtta niu tiu
Norwegian, Bokmål null en (m)
ei (f)
ett (n)
to tre fire fem seks sju / syv åtte ni ti
Norwegian, Nynorsk null éin (m)
éi (f)
eitt (n)
to tre (tri) fire fem seks sju åtte ni ti
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
Danish nul en (et) to tre fire fem seks syv otte ni ti
Jamska ein tvo tri fyyr fem seks sju åått ni ti
Scanian ein tvåo tre fīra fem säx/säjs sjuu/sjyy åta nie tie
Swedish noll en (ett) två tre fyra fem sex sju åtta nio tio
Italic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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 OENVS, OINOS DVO TRES QVATVOR, QVATBOR QVINQVE, QVENQVE SEX SEPTEM OCTO NEVEN DECEM
Latin, Classical NVLLVS
nūllus
VNVS
ūnus
DVO
duo
TRES
trēs
QVATTVOR
quattuor
QVINQVE
quīnque
SEX
sex
SEPTEM
septem
OCTO
octō
NOVEM
novem
DECEM
decem
Romance languages (Italic) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Latin, Vulgar *nullo *uno *duos, *dvi *tres *quattor *cinque *ses *septe *octo *nove *dece
South Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Sardinian zeru unu duos tres battoro chimbe ses sette otto noe deghe
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
Romanian zero unu, una doi, două trei patru cinci şase şapte opt nouă zece
Istro-Romanian ur doi trei påtru ținț șåse șåpte opt, osan devet deset, zåțe
Aromanian unu doi trei patru tinti shase shapte optu noaua date
Megleno-Romanian unu doi trei patru ținți șasi șapti uopt nou zeți
Italo-Dalmatian languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dalmatian join doi tra kwatro čenk si sapto guapto nu dik
Istriot oûn dui tri quatro sinque seîe siete uoto nuve gize
Italian zero uno due tre quattro cinque sei sette otto nove dieci
Corsican zeru unu, una dui, duie trè quattru cinque sei sette ottu nove dece
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
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
Emilio-Romagnolo vón du trì cuatar sinc sḗs sét ót nṓv dḗz
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 vun duu trii quatter cinqu sés sètt vòtt noeuv dés
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 xero on do tri cuatro sinque sié sete oto nóve diéxe
Rhaeto-Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Friulian zero un, une doi, dôs trê cuatri cinc sîs siet vot nûf dîs
Ladin un doi trëi cater cinc síes set òt nuéf díesc
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
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 nulla in, ina dus, duas trais quatter tschintg sis set otg nov diesch
Franco-Provençal languages (Romance) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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
French zéro un (m)
une (f)
deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf dix
Norman zéro eun déeus treis quate chin syis set huit neu dyis
Jèrriais un, eune
iun, ieune
deux trais quat' chînq, chîntch, chîn six, siex, siêx sept hui neuf, neu dgix, dgiex
Picard in deu trouo kat chink sis siet uit neuf dich
Walloon zérô onk / one deus troes cwate cénk shîjh set ût noûv dîjh
Occitano-Romance languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Aranese un,ua dus,dues tres quate cinc sies sèt ueit nau dètz
Auvergnat vun dou trei catre sin siei veu neu dié
Catalan zero u/un, una dos, dues tres quatre cinc sis set vuit/huit nou deu
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 dōū trei quātre cin siei se hue die
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
Portuguese-Galician hũu, hũa dois/dous, duas tres quatro cinquo/cinque seis sete oito/outo nove deç/dez/des
Galician cero un, unha dous, dúas tres catro cinco seis sete oito nove dez
Portuguese zero um, uma dois, duas três quatro cinco seis sete oito nove dez
Leonese cero ún dos trés cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez
Asturian ceru un, una dous, dúas tres cuatru cincu seis siete ochu nueve diez
Mirandese zero un, ũa dous, dues trés quatro cinco seis siête uito nuôbe dieç
Spanish cero uno un una dos tres cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez
Ladino 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) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Mozarabic اُنُ
uno
دُش
dox
ترَاش
trex
كوَترُ
quatro
جِنكُ
chinco
شَيش
xaix
شَابتَا
xebte
اُيتُ
oito
*نُفَا
*nofe
ديَاش
diex
Aragonese zero un/uno dos tres cuatro/cuatre zinco/zingo seis/sais siete/siet güeito/ueito nueu diez
Greek 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Hellenic *hems *duwō *treies *kʷetwores *penkʷe *hweks *hepta *oktō *ennewa *deka
Greek, Mycenaean * in the Latin alphabet: eme duwou/dwo tris qetoro peqe fhɛks ennewo
Greek, Attic ΜΗΔΕΝ
mēdén
α'
ΕΙΣ
heis
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
Greek, Koine εἴς
(h)is
δύο
dyo
τρεῖς τρία
tris tria
τέσσαρες τέσσαρα
tessares tessara
πέντε
pente
ἕξ
(h)ex
ἑπτά
(h)epta
ὀκτώ
okto
ἐννέα
ennea
δέκα
deka
Greek, DemoticAbout this sound Listen μηδέν
midén
ένα
éna
δύο
dýo
τρεις τρία
tris tría
τέσσερ(ε)ις τέσσερα
tésseris téssera
πέντε
pénte
έξι
éxi
εφτά
eftá
οχτώ
ochtó
εννέα
ennéa
δέκα
déka
Armenian 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
(Eastern) Armenian զրո
zro
մեկ
mek
երկու
yerkou
երեք
yereḳ
չորս
č̣ors
հինգ
hing
վեց
vec̣
յոթ
yoṭ
ութ
ouṭ
ինն
inn
տասը
tasə
Albanian 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Old Albanian   gna do tre cattere pesse giascte state tete nande ziete
Albanian (Tosk) (listen) zero një dy tre katër pesë gjashtë shtatë tetë nëntë dhjetë
Albanian (Gheg)   nji dy tre katër pesë gjashtë shtatë tetë nândë dhetë
Baltic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Prussian, Old aīns dwāi trijan keturjāi pēnkjāi *usjai *septīnjai *astōnjai *newīnjai desīmtan
Lithuanian nulis vienas du trys keturi penki šeši septyni aštuoni devyni dešimt
Latgalian vīns div treis četri pīci seši septeni ostoni deveni desmit
Latvian nulle viens divi trīs četri pieci seši septiņi astoņi deviņi desmit
Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Slavonic, Old Church ѥдинъ (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 languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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)
Russian (listen) ноль
nol'
один, одна, oднo
odín, odná, odnó
два, две
dva, dve
три
tri
четыре
četyre
пять
pjat'
шесть
šest'
семь
sem'
восемь
vosem'
девять
devjat'
десять
desjat'
Ukrainian нуль
nul'
один
odyn
два
dva
три
try
чотири
čotyry
п'ять
p'jat'
шiсть
šist'
сiм
sim
вiсiм
visim
дев'ять
dev'jat'
десять
desjat'
West Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Czech nula jeden (m)
jedna (f)
jedno (n)
dva (m)
dvě (f & n)
tři čtyři pět šest sedm osm devět deset
Kashubian nul jeden dwa trzë sztërë piãc szesc sétmë òsmë dzewiãc dzesãc
Polish zero jeden dwa trzy cztery pięć sześć siedem osiem dziewięć dziesięć
Slovak nula jeden dva tri štyri päť šesť sedem osem deväť desať
Sorbian (Lower) jaden dwa tśi styri pěś šesć sedym wósym źewjeś źaseś
Sorbian (Upper) jedyn dwaj tři štyri pjeć šěsć sydom wosom dźewjeć dźesać
South Slavic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bosnian nula jedan dva tri četiri pet šest sedam osam devet deset
Bulgarian нула
nula
едно
edno
две
dve
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седем
sedem
осем
osem
девет
devet
десет
deset
Croatian nula jedan dva tri četiri pet šest sedam osam devet deset
Macedonian нула
nula
еден
eden
два
dva
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седум
sedum
осум
osum
девет
devet
десет
deset
Serbian нула
nula
један
jedan
два
dva
три
tri
четири
četiri
пет
pet
шест
šest
седам
sedam
осам
osam
девет
devet
десет
deset
Slovene nič ena dva tri štiri pet šest sedem osem devet deset
Indo-Aryan languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
१०
Sanskrit शून्य
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
Hindi शून्य
[ʃuːnjə]
एक
[eːk]
दो
[d̪oː]
तीन
[t̪iːn]
चार
[t͡ʃaːɾ]
पाँच
[pãːt͡ʃ]
छः
[t͡ʃʰɛ]
सात
[saːt̪]
आठ
[aːʈʰ]
नौ
[nɔː]
दस
[d̪əs]
Marathi शून्य
[ɕuːnjə]
एक
[eːk]
दोन
[d̪oːn]
तीन
[t̪iːn]
चार
[t͡saːɾ]
पांच
[paːnt͡s]
सहा
[s̪əɦaː]
सात
[saːt̪]
आठ
[aːʈʰ]
नऊ
[nəuː]
दहा
[d̪əɦaː]
১০
Assamese শুন্য
[xujnːo]
এক
[ek]
দুই
[duj]
তিনি
[tini]
চারি
[saɾi]
পাচ
[pas]
ছয়
[sɔe]
সাত
[xat]
আট
[at]

[nɔ]
দশ
[dɔx]
Bengali শুন্য
[ʃunːo]
এক
[æk]
দুই
[d̪uj]
তিন
[t̪in]
চার
[t͡ʃaɹ]
পাঁচ
[pãt͡ʃ]
ছয়
[t͡ʃʰɔe]
সাত
[ʃat̪]
আট
[aʈ]
নয়
[nɔe]
দশ
[d̪ɔʃ]
Gujarati
mīṇḍuṃ

ekaṛo

bagaṛo

tragaṛo

chogaṛo

pāṃcaṛo

chagaṛo

sātaṛo

āthaṛo

navaṛo
Punjabi
(Gurmukhī script)

ਸਿਫਰ
sifər

ਇੱਕ
ikk

ਦੋ
do

ਤਿੰਨ
tinn

ਚਾਰ
chār

ਪੰਜ
pənj

ਛੇ
sche

ਸੱਤ
sətt

ਅੱਠ
əṭṭ

ਨੌਂ
nãũ
੧੦
ਦਸ
dəs
Burgenland Romani nischta jek duj trin schtar pantsch schov efta ofto enja desch
Romani
(Pan-Vlax)
jex duj trin štar pandž šov efta oxto inja deš
Seraiki hik du tre char punj cheeh sett atth naunh dah
Sinhala ශුන්‍යය
śūnyaya
එක
eka
දෙක
deka
තුන
tuna
හතර
hatara
පහ
paha
හය
haya
හත
hata
අට
aṭa
නවය
navaya
දහය
dahaya
Urdu ۰
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]
Iranian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Avestan avEa
aayva
avd
dva
ir 
thre
raw ac
chathwar
nac–ap
panchan
Sav§K
khshvash
natpah
haptan
natSa
ashtan
.navan
navan
nasad
dasan
Middle Persian ēw, ēk, yak čahār panz šaš haft hašt dah
Parthian ēw hrē čafār panǰ šwah haft hašt nah das
Sogdian ēw əδū/(ə)δw(a) əθrē, šē čatfār panč uxušu əβt(a) əšt(a) naw(a) δas(a)
Khwarezmian ʾyw
*ēw
ʾδʸw šy cfʾr pnc ʾx ʾβd ʾšt šʾδ
*šāδ
δʸs
Pashto (Kandahar) يو
[jəw]
دوه
[dwɑ]
درې
[dre]
څلور
[tsɑˈlor]
پنځه
[pinˈdzə]
شپږ
[ʃpəʐ]
اووه
[uˈwə]
اته
[ɑˈtə]
نه
[nə]
لس
[ləs]
Kurdish sifir/(zîro) yek çwar pênj şeş hewt/(heft) heşt no/(neh) de/(deh)
Persian صفر
sefr
یک
yek
دو
do
سه
se
چهار
cahâr
پنج
panj
شش
šeš
هفت
haft
هشت
hašt
نه
noh
ده
dah
Tajik сифр
sifr
як
yak
ду
du
ce
se
чор, чаҳор
çor, çahor
панҷ
panj
шаш
şaş
ҳафт
haft
ҳашт
haşt
нӯҳ
nūh
даҳ
dah
Balochi yakk do sey čár panč šaš hapt hašt noh dah
Ossetian иу
iw
дыууæ
dywwæ
æртæ
ærtæ
цыппар
cyppar
фондз
fondz
æхсæз
æxsæz
авд
avd
аст
ast
фараст
farast
дæс
dæs
Parachi žū šī čōr pōnč hōt ōšt dōs
Shughni (й)ӣв̌
(y)īw
д̌ийу̊н
δiyůn
арай
aray
цаво̄р
cavōr
пӣнҙ
pīnj
хо̄ғ
xōγ
в̌ӯвд
wūvd
в̌āх̌т
wāx̌t
но̄в̌
nōw
д̌ӣс
δīs
Yaghnobi ӣ
ī
дӯ
сарай
saráy
тафор
tafór
панч
panč
ухш
uxš
авд
avd
ашт
ašt
наԝ
naw
дас
das
Zazaki yew hirê çehar panc şeş hewt heşt new des

Japonic languages

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Japanese 一つ
ひとつ
hitotsu
二つ
ふたつ
futatsu
三つ
みっつ
mittsu
四つ
よっつ
yottsu

よん
yon
五つ
いつつ
itsutsu
六つ
むっつ
muttsu
七つ
ななつ
nanatsu

なな
nana
八つ
やっつ
yattsu
九つ
ここのつ
kokonotsu

とお
Old Japanese pito-tu puta-tu mi-tu yo-tu itu-tu mu-tu nana-tu ya-tu kokono-tu towo
Okinawan tīchi tāchi mīchi yūchi 'ichichi mūchi nanachi yāchi kukunuchi
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
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

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nama ǀkhaiǃnãs ǀgui ǀgam ǃnona haka koro ǃnani ǁkhaisa khoese dīsi
Nǀu ǁʼoe ǃʼuu nǃona kebeke

Mongolic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Classical Mongolian nigen qojar ĝurban dörben tabuan ǯirĝuĝan doluĝan naiman jisün arban
Khalkha тэг
teg
нэг
neg
хоёр
xojor
гурав
gurav
дөрөв
döröv
тав
tav
зургаа
dzurgā
долоо
dolō
найм
najm
ес
jes
арав
arav
Buryat нэгэн
negen
хоёр
xojor
гурбан
gurban
дүрбэн
dürben
табан
taban
зургаан
zurgān
долоон
dolōn
найман
najman
юһэн
jühen
арбан
arban
Kalmyk хоосн / бүтү
xoosn / bütü
негн
negn
хойр
xojr
һурвн
ɣurvn
дөрвн
dörvn
тавн
tavn
зурһан
zurɣan
долан
dolan
нәәмн
nə̄mn
йисн
jisn
арвн
arvn
Ysyk Kol Kalmyk nēgn xojịr ĝurvu dörve tāvị zịrĝa dōla nə̄mi jēse arvị
Baoan nege ĝuar ĝuraŋ deraŋ tavoŋ ǯirĝoŋ doloŋ niman jesoŋ habraŋ
Dongxiang nie ĝua ĝuran ǯieruan tavuan ǯɯĝuan dolon naiman jesun haruan
Dagur nek xojir guarba(n) dureb / durbe(n) tāva(n) / tau(n) ǯirgō(n) dolō(n) naima(n) jise(n) xarba(n)
Shira Yugur nege ĝūr ĝurvan dörven tāven ǯurĝoŋ dolōn naiman isen xarvan

Niger–Congo languages

Atlantic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Pulaar goo ɗiɗi tati nayi joyi jeegom jeeɗiɗi jeetati jeenayi sappo
Pular go’o ɗiɗi tati nay jowi jeego jeeɗiɗi 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 wɔɔrɔ wolonfila / wolonfla segin kɔnɔntɔn tan
Jula kelen
[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]
Soninke baane fillo / hillo sikko naxato karago tunmu / tumu ɲeru / ɲeeru / ñeru / ñeeru segu kabu tanmu
Kwa languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Yoruba   ọkan /
ẹni /
kan
eji /
meji
mẹta mẹrin marun mẹfa meje mẹjọ mẹsan mẹwa
Bantoid and Bantu languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Jarawa *mo rwap ta:t lajín toan toŋ-salmwak kestat keš-šin 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
mɔ̌kɔ́ míbalé mísáto mínei mítáno motóbá nsambo mwambe libwá zómi
Nufi nehe nshʉ' pʉɑ taa kwɑ tii ntoho sǝǝmbʉɑ hǝǝ vʉ'ʉ 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 isihlanu isithupha isikhombisa isishiyagalombili isishiyagalolunye ishumi

Nilo-Saharan languages

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dinka tök rou diäk ŋuan dhiëc dhetem dhoŋuan
Luo nono achiel ariyo adek ang'wen abich auchiel abiriyo aboro ochiko apar
Kanuri fal, tilo indi yaskə/yakkə degə uwu arakkə tulur wusku ləgar mewu

Sino-Tibetan languages

Sinitic languages

Mandarin Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Standard Chinese líng

èr/liǎng
二/两
sān


liù


jiǔ
shí
Northeastern Mandarin líng

èr/liǎ
二/两
sān


liù


jiǔ
shí
Wu Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Shanghainese ling

nyí
sèi
sz
ňg



jer
zúh
Yue Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cantonese
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lìhng
yāt
yih/léuhng
二/兩
sāam
sei
ńg
luhk
chāt
baat
gáu
sahp
Min Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Taiwanese Hokkien (Min Nan) lêng/khòng
零/空
chı̍t/it
nn̄g/jī
两/二
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 Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nanchang dialect liang
it
o
san
si
ng
liuk
chhit
pat
chiu
set
Hakka Chinese 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Hakka[clarification needed] lang11
it2
ngi55
sam24
sii31
ng31
liug2
qid2
bad2
giu31
siib5
Notes
^⁜ In the Sinitic languages there are two different characters for "two":
  • 二 is used for numbers and in counting (e.g., "the year 2000")
  • 兩/两 is used when counting a pair of objects or persons ("two books")[clarification needed]

Tibeto-Burman languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bantawa ʔɨk- hɨk- sum- ʔɨkchuk-
Belhare i- siC- sum-
Burmese su.nya.
[θóuɲɲa]
tac
[tiʔ]
hnac
[n̥iʔ]
sum:
[θóuɴ]
le:
[lé]
nga:
[ŋá]
hkrauk
[tɕʰauʔ]
hku.nac
[kʰṵɴ n̥iʔ]
hrac
[ʃiʔ]
kui:
[kó]
chai
[sʰɛ̀]
၁၀
Chintang thitta hicci sumci carreda cha
Dumi tɨk sak ryek tɨm ŋo mu sɨm ɨm nu / dek tɨksɨ
Tripuri (Kokborok) ting
sa
nwi
tham
brwi
ba
dok
sni
char
chuku
chi
Limbu thik nɛt sum li na thuk nu yɛt phaŋ thibōŋ
Nepal Bhasa śunia
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་
leikou
གཅིག་
qig
གཉིས་
nyi
གསུམ་
suum
བཞི་
xi
ལྔ་
nga
དྲུག་
duug
བདུན་
dün
བརྒྱད་
gie
དགུ་
gu
བཅུ་
qu

Tai–Kadai languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lao
ສູນ
suun

ນຶ່ງ
neung

ສອງ
song

ສາມ
sam

ສີ່
see

ຫ້າ
ha

ຫົກ
hok

ເຈັດ
chet

ແປດ
paet

ເກົ້າ
gow
ສິບ
seep
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
sŏon

หนึ่ง
nèung

สอง
sŏng

สาม
săm

สี่
sèe

ห้า

หก
hòk

เจ็ด
jèt

แปด
phèt

เก้า
gâo
๑๐
สิบ
sìp
Zhuang lìng (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

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Äynu yäk du si čar pänj šäš häp(t) häš(t) noh dah
Altai ноль
nol'
бир
bir
эки
eki
ÿч
üç
тöрт
tört
бeш
beş
алты
altı
jeти
ceti
сегиc
segis
тогуc
togus

on
Azerbaijani sıfır bir iki üç dörd beş altı yeddi səkkiz doqquz on
Baraba bir iki üts tört pəş alttı yədi səkiz toğiz on
Bashkir ноль
nol
бер
ber
ике
ike
өс
ös
дүрт
dürt
биш
biş
алты
altı
ете
yete
һигеҙ
higeź
туғыҙ
tuğıź
ун
un
Chagatai bir iki üç tört beş altı yeti sekiz toquz on
Chuvash ноль
nol'
пӗр
pĕr
ик
ik
виҫ
viś
тӑват
tăvat
пилӗк
pilĕk
улт
ult
ҫич
śiç
сакӑр
sakăr
тӑхӑр
tăxăr
вун
vun
Crimean Tatar bir eki üç dört beş altı yedi sekiz doquz on
Dolgan биир
biir
икки
ikki
үс
üs
түөрт
tüört
биэс
bies
алта
alta
hэттэ
hette
агыс
agıs
тогус
togus
уон
uon
Fuyü Gïrgïs bir igi üş durt biş altı çiti sigis doğus on
Gagauz sıfır bir iki
üç
dört
beş
altı
yedi
sekiz
dokuz
on
Karachay-Balkar ноль
nol
бер
ber
эки
eki
юч
üç
тёрт
tört
беш
beş
алты
altı
джети
djeti
сегиз
segiz
тогьуз
toğuz
он
on
Karakalpak нол
nol
бир
bir
эки
eki
үш
u'sh
төрт
to'rt
бес
bes
алти
alti
жети
jeti
сегиз
segiz
тоғиз
tog'iz
он
on
Kazakh нөль
nöl'
бір
bir
екі
eki
үш
üş
төрт
tört
бес
bes
алты
altı
жеті
jeti
сегіз
segiz
тоғыз
toğız
он
on
Khakas пip
pir
ікi
iki
ÿc
üs
тöpт
tört
пиc
pis
алты
altı
читi
çiti
cигic
sigis
тoғыc
toğıs

on
Khalaj bii äkki üüç töört beeş alta yeetti säkkiz toqquz oon
Krymchak bir eki üç dort beş altı yedi sekiz tokuz on
Kumyk ноль
nol
бир
bir
эки
iki
уьч
üç
доьрт
dört
беш
beş
алты
altı
етти
yetti
сегиз
segiz
тогъуз
toğuz
он
on
Kyrgyz нөль
nöl'
бир
bir
эки
eki
үч
üç
төрт
tört
беш
beş
алты
altı
жети
jeti
сегиз
segiz
тогуз
toguz
он
on
Old Turkic bir iki üç tört biş altı yidi sekiz tokuz on
Ottoman Turkish bir eki üç tört bəş altı jəti səqiz toquz on
Qashqai bir iki üç dört beş altı yedi sekiz dokuz on
Tatar ноль
nol
бер
bir
ике
ike
өч
öç
дүрт
dürt
биш
biş
алты
altı
җиде
cide
сигез
sigez
тугыз
tuğız
ун
un
Tofa бipәә
birәә
иъhи
ìhi
үш
üş
дөрт
dört
бeш
beş
aълты
àltı
чедi
çedi
ceъhec
sèhes
тоъhoc
tòhos
он
on
Turkish sıfır bir iki üç dört beş altı yedi sekiz dokuz on
Turkmen нол
nol
бир
bir
ики
iki
үч
üç
дөрт
dört
бәш
bäş
алты
alty
еди
ýedi
секиз
sekiz
докуз
dokuz
он
on
Tuvan ноль / тик
nol' / tik
бир
bir
ийи
iyi
үш
üş
дөрт
dört
бeш
beş
алды
aldı
чеди
çedi
сес
ses
тос
tos
он
on
Uyghur نۆل
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
Uzbek нол, 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
Yakut ноль
nol
биир
biir
икки
ikki
үс
üs
түөрт
tüört
биэс
bies
алта
alta
сэттэ
sette
аҕыс
ağıs
тоҕус
toğus
уон
uon

Uralic languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Uralic *ükte *kakte *kolm- *ńeljä *wi(t)te *ku(t)te *luka
Finnic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Finnic[3][4] *ükci *kakci *kolme *neljä *vīci *kūci *seiccen *kahteksan *ühteksän *kümmen
Estonian null üks kaks kolm neli viis kuus seitse kaheksa üheksa kümme
Finnish nolla yksi kaksi kolme neljä viisi kuusi seitsemän kahdeksan yhdeksän kymmenen
Karelian yksi kakši kolmi ńeľľä viisi kuuši šeiččemen kahekšan yhekšän kymmenen
Olonets Karelian yksi kaksi kolme ńelli viizi kuuzi seiččie kaheksa ykeksä kymmene
Livonian null ikš kakš kuolm nēļa vīž kūž seis kādõks īdõks kim
Ludic yks kakš kolme njelj viiš kuuš seittjšeme kaheksa yheksa kym
Meänkieli yks kaks kolme neljä viis kuusi seitemän kaheksan yheksän kymmenen
Veps ükś kakś koume neľľ viž kuź seiččeme kahesa ühesa kümne
Võro ütś katś kolm nelli viiś kuuś säidse katõsa ütesä kümme
Votic ühsi kahsi kõlmõ nellä viiz kuuz seitsee kahõsaa ühesää čümmee
Sami languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Samic *ëktë *kuoktē *kolmë *ńealjē *vītë *kūtë *čiečëm *kākcē *ëkcē *lokē
Sami, Inari ohta kyeh'ti kulma nelji vitta kutta čiččam käävci oovce love
Sami, Northern nolla okta guokte golbma njeallje vihtta guhtta čieža gávcci ovcci logi
Sami, Lule nålla akta guokta gålmmå niellja vihtta guhtta gietjav gáktsa aktse lågev
Volga–Finnic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Erzya vejke kavto kolmo ńiľe veƭe koto śiśem kavkso vejkse kemeń
Mari ноль
noľ
ик
ik
кок
kok
кум
kum
ныл
nyl
вич
vič
куд
kud
шым
šym
кандаш
kandaš
индеш
indeš
лу
lu
Mari, Meadow ikte kokət kumət nələt wizət kuðət šəmət kandaš(e) indeš(e) lu
Moksha fkä kaftə kolmə nilä vetä kotə sisäm kafksə vejksə keməń
Permic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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-Permyak нуль
nuľ
öтiк
ötik
кык
kyk
куим
kuim
нёль
ńoľ
вит
vit
квать
kvať
сизим
sizim
кыкъямыс
kykjamys
öкмыс
ökmys
дас
das
Udmurt ноль
noľ
одӥг
odig
кык
kyk
куинь
kuiń
ньыль
ńyľ
вить
viť
куать
kuať
сизьым
siźym
тямыс
ťamys
укмыс
ukmys
дас
das
Ugric languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Hungarian nulla egy kettő / két három négy öt hat hét nyolc kilenc tíz
Khanty yit, yiy katn, kat xutəm nyatə wet xut tapət nəvət yaryaŋ yaŋ
Mansi аква
akva
китыг
kityg
хурум
hurum
нила
nila
ат
at
хот
hot
сат
sat
нёллов
n'ololov
онтэллов
ontolov
лов
lov
Samoyedic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Forest Nenets ngup šicha nyaaxaL chee't hampLyaangk ma't šee"v šichachee't kaašeemdyu" dyuu"
Tundra Nenets ngopoy syidya nyax°r tyet samlyangk mat syí"w° syid°ndyet° xasuyu" yu"
Nganasan ngu"oi siti nagür chety synghol'angky mytü" s'aiby sitiőyty ngam'aichümy bi"
Selkup okkyr šed naagor tett xombla moktyt heeldő' šety-dőyang-gvet okkyr-dőyang-gvet köt
Kamas op šidee naagur teety sumna muktu seipu šynttete amittun bje(n)

Yukaghir languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Northern (Tundra) Yukaghir маархуонь
mārxuoń
кийуонь
kijuoń
йалуонь
jaluoń
йалаклань
jalaklań
имдальдьань
imdaľďań
маалайлань
mālajlań
пускийань
puskijań
маалайлаклань
mālajlaklań
вальҕрамкруонь
waľɣramkruoń
кунальань
kunaľań

New World language families

Algonquian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Plains Algonquian languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Arapaho céésey
jaasaaye
niis
neesh
nééso
naasau
yéin
yeain
yóóʒon
yawthawn
níítotox
nedawdahx
níísootox
nesaudahx
néésootox
naasaudahx
ʒío'tox
thiahdahx
béteetox
baadaadahx
Blackfoot nitokska natoka niuokska nisoo nisito nau ixkitsika naniso pixkso kepo
Cheyenne na'êstse neše 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 pegik ninch nissoue neou narau ningoutouassou ninchouassou nissouassou changassou mitassou
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 ninkoti
nkóti
niišwi nihswi niiwi myaaranwi
(n)yaalanwi
kaakaathswi swaahteethswi paraare
palaani
niišomeneehki
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 dabu sist neo nan asugom eluigenik ugolmochin besgunadek newtiskagh
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

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-atix̂
Niiĝuĝis (West Attu Aleut) ataqan alax qankus siiching chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing hatix̂
Taxtamam Tunuu ataqan ulax qaku siichin chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing atix̂
Qawalangin (East Atkan Aleut) ataqan aalax qaankun siichin chaang atuung uluung qamchiing sichiing atix̂

Eskimo languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Proto-Eskimo *ataʁuciʁ *malʁugh *pingayut *citamat *tadlimat *aʁvinelegh *malʁughneng aʁvinelegh *ningayuneng aʁvinelegh *qulengnguʁutengit *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 ᐊᑕᐅHᐃᖅ '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'
Kivallirmiutut ᐊᑕᐅHᐃᖅ 'atauhiq' ᒪᓪᕉᒃ 'malruuk' ᐱᖓHᐅᑦ 'pingahut' Hᐃᑕᒪᑦ 'hitamat' ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat' ᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'arvinilik'
ᐊᕐᕕᓐᕋᑦ 'arvinrat'
ᒪᓪᕉᖕᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'malruungniarvinilik' ᐱᖓHᐅᓂᐊᕐᕕᓂᓕᒃ 'pingahuniarvinillik' ᖁᓕᖏᓗᐊᖅᑐᑦ qulingiluaqtut ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'
Aivilingmiutut ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ '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 Baffin ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ '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'
Itivimiutut ᐊᑕᐅᓯᖅ 'atausiq' ᒪᕐᕉᒃ 'marruuk' ᐱᖓᓱᑦ 'pingasut' ᓯᑕᒪᑦ 'sitamat' ᑕᓪᓕᒪᑦ 'tallimat' ᐱᖓᓲᕈᕐᑐᑦ 'pingasuururtut' ᓯᑕᒪᐅᕈᙱᒋᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaurunngigiartut' ᓯᑕᒪᐅᕈᕐᑐᑦ 'sitamaururtut' ᖁᓕᐅᙱᐊᕐᑐᑦ 'quliunngiartut' ᖁᓕᑦ
'qulit'

ᑕᓪᓕᒪᐅᕈᕐᑐᑦ tallimaururtut
Labrador Inuttut atautsiK magguuk pingasut sitamat tallimat pingasuujuttut sitamaujunngigiattut sitamaujuttut Kuliunngiattut 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 marɫuk pingasut sisamat taɫɫimat arviniɫɫit 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 taɫimat aghvínglek maalghaghvínla pingayuninginglalik staamaninginglalik kula
Naukanski Yuit ataasiq malghuk pingayut sitamat taɫimat aghvínelek malghugnengaghvínelek pingayuningarvinilik qulngughutngiilnguq qula
Nunivak Cup'ik atautciq maɫeruk pingaayut staamät täɫiimat arvinglegen malrunglegen inglulgen qulngurutailnguut qula
Sugpiaq atauciq
allriluq
malluk pingaun staamat taɫiman arwinlgen malluugin inglulen qulnguyan qulen
Chugach Sugpiaq atuusiq malruk
malruungin
pingaun staamat taɫimän arwinlgen malrungin ingilulin qulnguyan qulin
Yup'ik atauciq malruk pingayun cetaman taɫiman arvinglegen malrunglegen pingayunglegen qulngunritaraan qula

Iroquoian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Cherokee ᏌᏊᎢ
saquui
ᏔᎵ
ta'li
ᏦᎢ
tso'i
ᏅᎩ
nvgi
ᎯᏍᎩ
hisgi
ᏑᏓᎵ
sudali
ᎦᎵᏉᎩ
galiquogi
ᏧᏁᎳ
tsunela
ᏐᏁᎳ
sonela
ᏍᎪᎯ
sgohi
Mohawk énska tékeni áhsen kaié:ri wisk iá:ia'k tsá:tah sha'té:kon tióhton oié:ri
Oneida úskah téken áhsʌ kayé: wísk yá:yak tsya:ták téklu’ wá:tlu oye:l̲i̲
Wyandot skat tedih sehk dahk wis waza' tsutare' a'tere' e'troh ahseh

Mayan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Huastec Mayan hun tzab ox tze acac buc huaxic belleuh lahu
Kiche jun
[xun]
kieb'
[kʰiep]
oxib'
[oʃip]
kajäb'
[kʰaxəp]
job'
[xop]
waqib'
[waqʰip]
wuqub'
[wuqʰup]
wajxaqib'
[waxʃaqʰip]
b'elejeb'
[ɓelexep]
lajuj
[laxux]
Q'anjob'al jun kab' oxeb' kaneb' oyeb' waqeb' uqeb' waxaqeb' b'aloneb' lajobeb'
Yucatec Mayan[5] hun ká'ah óoš kan cinco** seis siete ocho nueve diez
Notes
^** For numbers above four, the Spanish words are generally used.[6]

Muskogean languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Chickasaw[7] chaffa toklo tochchí'na oshta talhlhá'pi hanná'li ontoklo ontochchí'na chakká'li pokkó'li
Choctaw[8] achvffa tuklo tuchena ushta talhapi hvnnali ontuklo ontuchena chakkali pokkoli
Creek[9] hvmken hokkolen tutcēnen osten cvhkēpen ēpaken kolvpaken cenvpaken ostvpaken palen
Mikasuki łáàmen 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) - dáłee’é naaki táá’, táí dį́į́’ ’anshdlai’ guustán guusts’iidi’ ts’aabí ńguust’áí’ guneesnán
Jicarilla (Apache) - dáła’éé náaki kai’i dį́į́’i ashdle,
ashdle’
goskán gosts’idi są́ąbį́į́ nǫ́ǫst’ai goneesnán
Navajo t’ááłá’i (láa’ii) naaki táá’ dį́į́’ ashdla’ hastą́ą́ tsosts’id tseebíí náhást’éí neeznáá
Tlingit (tléil) tléix' déix̱ nás'k daax'oon keijín tleidooshú dax̱adooshú nas'gadooshú gooshúḵ jinkaat
Western Apache dáłá’a nakih taagi
(tāāgi)
dįį’i
(dį̄į̄’i)
ashdla’i, ashdla’, ishdla’i gostán gosts’idi tsebii (tsebīī), sabii (sabīī), sebii (sebīī) góst’áí,
ńgóst’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
Klallam nə́c̓uʔ čə́səʔ ɬíxʷ ŋús ɬq̓áčš t̕x̣ə́ŋ c̓úʔkʷs táʔcs tə́kʷxʷ ʔúpn
Northern Straits (Saanich) NET̸E, / nət̕θəʔ ĆESE, / čəsəʔ L̵IW̱ / ɬixʷ ṈOS / ŋas L̵K̶AĆES / ɬq̓ečəs DX̱EṈ / t̕x̣əŋ T̸O,C̸ES / t̕θaʔkʷəs TA,T̵ES / teʔθəs TEC̸EW̱ / təkʷəxʷ ,OPEN / ʔapən
Interior languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Thompson péyeʔ séye keʔłés mús cíykst ƛʼáqʼmekst cúłkeʔ piʔúps təmłpéyeʔ ʔúpnekst

Siouan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Lakhóta
Lakȟóta (SLO)
tákuni wanzhí
waŋží
núpa
núŋpa
yámni tópa záptan
záptaŋ
shákpe
šákpe
shakówin
šakówiŋ
shaglógan
šaglóğaŋ
napcíunka
napĉíŋyuŋka
wikcémna
wikĉémna

Tupian languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Guaraní papa'ỹ peteĩ mokõi mbohapy irundy po poteĩ pokõi poapy porundy pa

Uto-Aztecan languages

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Comanche cíen
sʉmʉ
uah
waha
paiste
pahitʉ̱
ayarocueté
hayarokwetʉ̱
moobeté
moʔobeʔ
nabaehté
naabaitʉ̱
tatzeuhté
tàh'tsookt
nameuatzeuhté
nam'ewotstsooht
cemanouehminate
wo'menut
cemanri
sa'imen
Nahuatl ōme ēyi nāhui mācuīlli chicuacē chicōme chicuēyi chiconāhui mahtlactli

Language isolates

Language 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ainu sine(p) tu(p) re(p) ine(p) asikne(p) iwan(pe) arwan(pe) tupesan(pe) sinepesan(pe) wan(pe)
Basque zero bat bi hiru lau bost
bortz
sei zazpi zortzi bederatzi hamar
Burushaski han alto usko walto cundó mišindo talo altambo hunċo torumo
Elamite kir mar zit liuli rit
Etruscan θu zal ci huθ maχ śa semφ cezp nurφ śar
Hurrian šukko šin(i) kig(e) tumn(i) nari(ja) šeše šind(i) kir(i/a) tamr(i) eman
Nihali biḍum irar moṭho nālo pãco chāḥ sato aṭho nav das
Korean 하나
hana

tul

set

net
다섯
taseot
여섯
yeoseot
일곱
ilgop
여덟
yeodeol
아홉
ahop

yeol
Sino-Korean 영, 령
yeong / yŏng,
ryeong / ryŏng

il

i

sam

sa

o
육, 륙
yuk,
ryuk

chil / ch'il

pal / p'al

gu / ku

sip
Mapudungun kiñe epu küla meli kechu kayu reqle pura ailha mari
Sumerian desh min pesh lim i i-ash i-min i-us i-lim hu
Zuni topinte kwilin haʼin ʼaawiten ʼapten topalekkaʼa kwilelekkʼa haʼelekkʼa tenalekkʼa ʼastemlhan
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

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 sɛvin et nayn tɛn
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
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

Constructed and auxiliary languages

International auxiliary languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bon Wen no wan lejan tatolo kowato lema enan nana walon nowebe teko
Communicationssprache una dua tria quatra quina sesta setta otta nona dia
Esperanto nul unu du tri kvar kvin ses sep ok naŭ dek
Glosa mo bi tri tet pen six seti ok nona deka
Idiom Neutral un du tri kuatr kuink seks sept okt nov des
Ido zero un du tri quar kin sis sep ok non dek
Interlingua zero un duo tres quatro cinque sex septe octo nove dece
Kotava nedoy tanoy toloy baroy balemoy aluboy tevoy peroy anhustoy lerdoy sanoy
Lingua Franca Nova un du tre cuatro sinco ses sete oto nove des
Novial sero un du tri quar sink six set ot nin dek
Occidental (Interlingue) un du tri quar quin six sett ott non deci
Slovianski nula
нула
jedin
једин
dva
два
tri
три
četyri
четыри
peť
петь
šesť
шесть
sedm
седм
osm
осм
deveť
деветь
deseť
десеть
Solresol redodo remimi refafa resolsol relala resisi mimido mimire mimifa mimisol
Spokil ba ge di vo mu fa te ki po ha
Volapük ser bal tel kil fol lul mäl vel jöl zül deg / bals
Artistic languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Brithenig sero / rhen yn dew trui cathr cinc sei seth oeth noe deg
D'ni fah bree sehn tor vaht vahgahfah vahgahbree vahgahsehn vahgahtor nayvoo
Klingon pagh wa' cha' wej loS vagh jav Soch chorgh Hut wa'maH
Klingonaase na kem bel tas res lob den tek zim sof pon
Na'vi kew 'aw mune pxey tsìng mrr pukap kinä vol (10) volaw (11) vomun (12)
Quenya úqua minë atta neldë canta lempë enquë otso tolto nertë cainen
Sindarin min tâd neled canad leben eneg odog toloth neder caer
Talossan viens douâ tres qator simcâ sex seifet vuit nouâ bisquinc
Teonaht uon tibro elen frem nibro ksykso tsabre uyno temra dleyn
Wenedyk zero wyn dwu trze kotry cząk szej sieć ocy nów dzecz
Engineered languages 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Láadan thero nede shin boó bim sham bath um nib bud thab
Loglan ni ne to te fo fe so se vo ve neni
Lojban no pa re ci vo mu xa ze bi so pano
Ro zab zac zad zaf zak zal zam zan zar zabax
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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