Numbers in Bosnian

How to count in Bosnian (bosanski), a South Slavic language spoken mainly in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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  Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 nula
1 jedan (m) jedna (f) prvi (m) prva (f)
2 dva (m) dvije (f) drugi (m) druga (f)
3 tri treći (m) treća (f)
4 četiri četvrti
5 pet peti
6 šest šesti
7 sedam sedmi
8 osam osmi
9 devet deveti
10 deset deseti
11 jedanaest jedanaesti
12 dvanaest dvanaestina
13 trinaest trinaesti
14 četrnaest četrnaesti
15 petnaest petnaesti
16 šesnaest šesnaesti
17 sedamnaest sedamnaesti
18 osamnaest osamnaesti
19 devetnaest devetnaesti
20 dvadeset dvadeseti
21 dvadeset jedan
22 dvadeset dva
23 dvadeset tri
24 dvadeset četiri
25 dvadeset pet
26 dvadeset šest
27 dvadeset sedam
28 dvadeset osam
29 dvadeset devet
30 trideset trideseti
40 četrdeset četrdeseti
50 pedeset pedeseti
60 šezdeset šezdeseti
70 sedamdeset sedamdeseti
80 osamdeset osamdeseti
90 devedeset devedesete
100 sto, stotina stoti
1,000 tisuća, hiljada hiljaditi
1,000,000 miliona milioniti
1,000,000,000 milijarda

Hear some Bosnian numbers:

Links

Information about counting in Bosnian
https://mylanguages.org/bosnian_numbers.php
https://polyglotclub.com/wiki/Language/Bosnian/Vocabulary/Numbers
https://www.jezy.net/en/numbers/numbers-form-1-to-100-in-bosnian

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Information about Bosnian | Phrases | Numbers | Time | Tower of Babel | Bosnian courses on: Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk [affilate links]

Numbers in Slavic languages

Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Kashubian, Macedonian, Old Church Slavonic, Polish, Proto-Slavic, Russian, Rusyn (Carpathian), Serbian, Silesian, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian (Lower), Sorbian (Upper), Ukrainian

Numbers in other languages

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