Abkhaz numbers

How to count in Abkhaz (аҧсшәа), a North West Caucasian language spoken mainly in Abkhazia, an autonomous republic in Georgia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 акы (aky) аӡәы (aźãy)
2 ҩба (òba) ҩыџьа (òyd̂’a)
3 хҧа (hṕa) хҩык (hòyk)
4 ҧшьба (ṕš’ba) ԥшьҩык (ṕš’òyk)
5 хәба (hãba) хәҩык (hãòyk)
6 фба (fba) фҩык (fòyk)
7 быжьба (byž’ba) быжьҩык (byž’òyk)
8 ааба (aaba) ааҩык (aaòyk)
9 жәба (žãba) жәҩык (žãòyk)
10 жәаба (žãaba) жәаҩык (žãaòyk)
11 жәеиза (žãeiza) жәеизаҩык (žãeizaòyk)
12 жәаҩа (žãaòa) жәаҩаҩык (žãaòaòyk)
13 жәаха (žãaha) жәахаҩык (žãahaòyk)
14 жәиԥшь (žãiṕš’) жәиԥшьҩык (žãiṕš’òyk)
15 жәохә (žãohã) жәохәҩык (žãohãòyk)
16 жәаф (žãaf) жәафҩык (žãafòyk)
17 жәибжь (žãibž’) жәибжьҩык (žãibž’òyk)
18 жәаа (žãaa) жәааҩык (žãaaòyk)
19 зеижә (zeižã) зеижәҩык (zeižãòyk)
20 ҩажәа (òažãa) ҩажәаҩык (òažãaòyk)
30 ҩажәи жәаба (òaža̋i ža̋aba)
40 ҩынҩажәа (òynòaža̋a)
50 ҩынҩажәи жәаба (òynòaža̋i ža̋aba)
60 хынҩажәа (hynòža̋a)
70 хынҩажәи жәаба (hynòža̋i ža̋aba)
80 ҧшьынҩажәа (ṕš’ynòaža̋a)
90 ҧшьынҩажәи жәаба (ṕš’ynòaža̋ai ža̋aba)
100 шәкы (ša̋ky)
200 ҩышә (òyša̋)
300 хышә (hyša̋)
400 ԥшьышә (ṕš’yša̋)
500 хәышә (ha̋yša̋)
600 фышә (fyša̋)
700 быжьшәы (byž’’ša̋y)
800 аашәы (aašay̋)
900 жәшәы (ža̋šay̋)
1,000 зқьы (zk̦’y)

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