Baluchi numbers

How to count in Baluchi (بلوچى), a Northwestern Iranian language spoken mainly in Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 (yak) يک (aowlee) اولی
2 (dwo) دو (dow mee) دومى
3 (sy ) سے (sym ee) سيمى
4 (char) چار (char mee) چارمی
5 (panch) پنچ (panch mee) پنچمى
6 (shash) شش (shash mee) ششمى
7 (hapt, haft) ہپت،ہوت (hapth mee) ہپتمى
8 (hasht) ہشت (hashth mee) ہشتمى
9 (nuo) نھہ (nwo mee) نہمى
10 (da) دہ (da mee) دھمى
11 (yazda) يازدہ (yazda mee) يازدھمى
12 (dwazda) دوازدہ (dwazda mee) دوازدھمى
13 (sezda) سينزدہ (sezda me o digaa) سیزدھمی او دگہ
14 (charda) چہاردہ
15 (panzda) پانزدہ
16 (shanzda) شانزدہ
17 (hafda) ہفدہ
18 (hazhda) ہژدہ
19 (nowzda) نوزدہ
20 (beesth) بيست (beesth mee) بيستمى
21 (beesth o yak) بسیت ءُ یک
22 (beesth o sy) ببسیت ءُ دو
30 (see) سى (see mee) سيمى
40 (chehl) چھل (chehl mee) چھلمى
50 (panjaa) پنجاہ (panjaa mee) پنجاہمى
60 (shasth) شست (shasth mee) شستمی
70 (haptaad) ھپتاد (haptad mee) ہپتادمى
80 (hashtaad) ہشتاد (hashtad mee) ہشتادمى
90 (nawad) نود (nwad mee) نودمی
100 (sad) سد (sad mee) سدمى
200 (do sad) دوسد
500 (panch sad) پنچ سد
1,000 (hazar) ہزار (hazar mee) ہزارمى
10,000 (lak) لک
1,000,000 (da lak) دہ لک

Information compiled by Marat Stepanyan

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Information about counting in Baluchi

Information about Baluchi | Numbers

Numbers in Iranian languages

Baluchi, Dari, Gilaki, Ishkashimi, Juhuri, Kumzari, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kurdish (Soranî), Oroshor, Ossetian, Pashto, Persian, Sanglechi, Sarikoli, Shughni, Tajik, Talysh, Wakhi, Yaghnobi

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