Numbers in Bikol (Bicol)

How to count in Bikol, a Philippine language spoken mainly on the Philippine island of Luzon.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 saro, uno inot, primero
2 duwa, dos ika-dua
3 tulo, tres ika-tulo
4 apat, kuatro ika-apat
5 lima, singko ika-lima
6 anom, sais ika-anom
7 pito, siete ika-pito
8 walo, otso ika-walo
9 siyam, nuebe ika-siyam
10 sampulo, dies  
11 kagsarô, onse  
12 kagduwa, dose  
13 kagtulo, trese  
14 kag-apat, katorse  
15 kaglima, kinse  
16 kag-anom, disisais  
17 kagpito, disisiyete  
18 kagwalo, disiotso  
19 kagsiyam, disinuebe  
20 duwang pulo, beinte  
21 duwang pulo may saro, beinte uno  
22 duwang pulo may duwa, beinte dos  
23 duwang pulo may tulo, beinte tres  
24 duwang pulo may apat, beinte kuatro  
25 duwang pulo may lima, beinte singko  
26 duwang pulo may anom, beinte sais  
27 duwang pulo may pito, beinte siete  
28 duwang pulo may walo, beinte otso  
29 duwang pulo may siyam, beinte nuebe  
30 tulong pulo, trenta, treinta  
31 tulong pulo may saro  
40 apat na pulo, kwarenta  
50 limang pulo, singkwenta  
60 anom na pulo, sesenta  
70 pitong pulo, setenta  
80 walong pulo, otsenta  
90 siyam na pulo, nubenta  
100 gatos [hundred], sanggatos [one hundred], siento  
110 sanggatos kag sangpulo  
200 duwang gatos  
300 tulong gatos  
400 apat na gatos  
500 limang gatos, kinientos  
600 anom na gatos  
700 pitong gatos  
800 walong gatos  
900 siyam na gatos  
1,000 ribo [thousand], sang ribo [one thousand]  
2,000 duwang ribo  
3,000 tulong ribo  
4,000 apat na ribo  
5,000 limang ribo  
6,000 anom na ribo  
7,000 pitong ribo  
8,000 walong ribo  
9,000 siyam na ribo  
1,000,000 milyon, laksa [million],
sanlaksa or sanglaksa [one million]
billion bilyon  
once sarong beses  
twice duwang beses  

Source: Malcolm W. Mintz. Bikol Dictionary, Vol. I & II. Perth, Western Australia – 2004.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl, with corrections by Karl Ian Basilla Basallote

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