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Numbers in Esperanto

How to count in Esperanto is an International Auxiliary Language (IALs) was inveted in 1887 by L. L. Zamenhof in Bialystok in Poland.

Click on any of the numbers that are links (blue) to hear them spoken. If you can provide recordings, corrections or additional translations, please contact me.

Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 nulo  
1 unu unua
2 du dua
3 tri tria
4 kvar kvara
5 kvin kvina
6 ses sesa
7 sep sepa
8 ok oka
9 naŭ naŭa
10 dek deka
11 dek unu dek unua
12 dek du dek dua
13 dek tri dek tria
14 dek kvar dek kvara
15 dek kvin dek kvina
16 dek ses dek sesa
17 dek sep dek sepa
18 dek ok dek oka
19 dek naŭ dek naŭa
20 dudek dudeka
21 dudek unu dudek unua
22 dudek du dudek dua
30 tridek trideka
40 kvardek kvardeka
50 kvindek kvindeka
60 sesdek sesdeka
70 sepdek sepdeka
80 okdek okdeka
90 naŭdek naŭdeka
100 cent centa
1000 mil mila

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Esperanto recordings by Jan Jurčík



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