Numbers in Breton

How to count in Breton, a Brythonic Celtic language spoken mainly in Brittany in the the northwest of France.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine

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  Cardinal Ordinal
0 mann  
1 unan kentañ, unanvet
2 daou (m) div (f) daouvet (m), divet (f)
eil, eilvet
3 tri (m), teir (f) trede, trivet (m), teirvet (f)
4 pevar (m) peder (f) pevarvet (m) pedervet (f)
5 pemp pemp(v)et
6 c'hwec'h c'hwec'hvet
7 seizh seizhvet
8 eizh eizhvet
9 nav navet
10 dek dekvet
11 unnek  
12 daouzek  
13 trizek  
14 pevarzek  
15 pemzek  
16 c'hwezek  
17 seitek  
18 triwec'h  
19 naontek  
20 ugent  
21 unan warn ugent  
22 daou warn ugent  
23 tri warn ugent  
24 pevar warn ugent  
25 pemp warn ugent  
26 c'hwec'h warn ugent  
27 seizh warn ugent  
28 eizh warn ugent  
29 nav warn ugent  
30 tregont  
31 unan ha tregont  
32 daou ha tregont  
33 tri ha tregont  
34 pevar ha tregont  
35 pemp ha tregont  
36 c'hwec'h ha tregont  
37 seizh ha tregont  
38 eizh ha tregont  
39 nav ha tregont  
40 daou-ugent  
50 hanter-kant  
60 tri-ugent  
70 dek ha tri-ugent  
80 pevar-ugent  
90 dek ha pevar-ugent  
100 kant  
1000 mil  


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Numbers in Breton

Numbers in Celtic languages

Proto-Celtic, Old Irish, Middle Irish, Irish, Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Gaulish, Proto-Brythonic, Cumbric, Old Welsh, Middle Welsh, Welsh, Middle Cornish, Cornish, Old Breton, Middle Breton, Breton

Numbers in other languages

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