Bhojpuri numbers

How to count in Bhojpuri (भोजपुरी), a Bihari language spoken mainly in north-central and eastern India, and also in Nepal, Mauritius and South Africa.

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Numerals Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
१ (1) एक (ek) पहिला (pahilā)
२ (2) दु (du) दुसर (dusar)
३ (3) तीन (tīn) तीसर (tīsar)
४ (4) चार (cār) चउथा (cauthā)
५ (5) पान (pān), पाँच (pāṃc) पँच्व (pãṃcva)
६ (6) छव (chav) छठ्व (chaṭhva)
७ (7) सात (sāt) सत्वाँ (satvāṃ)
८ (8) आठ (āṭh) अठवाँ (aṭhvāṃ)
९ (9) नव (nav) नउअँ (nauāṃ)
१० (10) दस (das) दस्वाँ (dasvāṃ)
१०० (100) एक सव (ek sav)
५०० (500) पान सव (pān sav)
१,००० (1,000) एक हजार (ek hajār)

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Information about Bhojpuri numbers

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