Numbers in Bulgarian (Български)

How to count in Bulgarian, a South Slavic language spoken mainly in Bulgaria

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter

  Cardinal numbers
0 нула (nula)
1 едно (edno) (n)
една (edna) (f)
един (edin) (m)
2 две (dve) (f/n)
два (dva) (m)
3 три (tri)
4 четири (četiri)
5 пет (pet)
6 шест (šest)
7 седем (sedem)
8 осем (osem)
9 девет (devet)
10 десет (deset)
11 единайсет (edinajset)
12 дванайсет (dvanajset)
13 тринайсет (trinajset)
14 четирнайсет (četirnajset)
15 петнайсет (petnajset)
16 шестнайсет (šestnajset)
17 седемнайсет (sedemnajset)
18 осемнайсет (osemnajset)
19 деветнайсет (devetnajset)
20 двайсет (dvajset)
30 трийсет (trijset)
40 четиридесет (četirideset)
50 петдесет (petdeset)
60 шейсет (šejset)
70 седемдесет (sedemdeset)
80 осемдесет (osemdeset)
90 деветдесет (devetdeset)
100 сто (sto)
1000 хиляда (hiljada)


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