Numbers in Chuvash

How to count in Chuvash (Чӑваш чӗлхи), a Turkic language spoken mainly in the Chuvash Republic, a part of the Russian Federation.

There are two sets of numbers in Chuvash: the longer ones are used when counting, as in 1, 2, 3, etc, and the shorter ones are when counting things.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 пӗрре (pĕrre) [pʲɘˈrʲːe]
пӗр (pĕr)
пӗрремӗш
pĕrremĕš)
2 иккӗ (ikkĕ) [ˈikʲːɘ]
икӗ (ikĕ), ик (ik)
иккӗмӗш
(ikkĕmĕš)
3 виҫҫӗ (vişşĕ) [ˈviɕʲːɘ]
виҫӗ (vişĕ), виҫ (viş)
виҫҫӗмӗш
(viśśĕmĕš)
4 тӑваттӑ (tăvattă) [təvatːə]
тӑватӑ (tăvată), тӑват (tăvat)
тӑваттӑмӗш
(tăvattămĕš)
5 пиллӗк (pillĕk) [ˈpʲilʲːɘkʲ]
пилӗк (pilĕk)
пиллӗкмӗш
(pillĕkmĕš)
6 улттӑ (ulttă) [ultːə]
ултӑ (ultă) [ˈult̬ə], улт (ult)
улттӑмӗш
(ulttămĕš)
7 ҫиччӗ (şiccĕ) [ɕʲit͡ɕʲːɘ]
ҫичӗ (şicĕ) [ˈɕit͡ɕ̬ɘ], ҫич (şic) [ˈɕit͡ɕ̬]
ҫиччӗмӗш
(śiččĕmĕš)
8 саккӑр (sakkăr) [ˈsakːər]
сакӑр (sakăr) [ˈsak̬ər]
саккӑрмӗш
(sakkărmĕš)
9 тӑххӑр (tăhhăr) [təxːər]
тӑхӑр (tăhăr)
тӑххӑрмӗш
(tăhhărmĕš)
10 вуннӑ (vunnă) [vunːə]
вунӑ (vună), вун (vun)
вуннӑмӗш
(vunnămĕš)
11 вун пӗр (vun pĕr)
12 вун иккӗ (vun ikkĕ)
13 вун виҫҫӗ (vun vişşĕ)
14 вун тӑваттӑ (vun tăvattă)
15 вун пиллӗк (vun pillĕk)
16 вун улттӑ (vun ulttă)
17 вун ҫиччӗ (vun şiccĕ)
18 вун саккӑр (vun sakkăr)
19 вун тӑххӑр (vun tăhhăr)
20 ҫирӗм (şirĕm)
21 ҫирӗм пӗр (şirĕm pĕr)
22 ҫирӗм иккӗ (vuşirĕmn ikkĕ)
23 ҫирӗм виҫҫӗ (şirĕm vişşĕ)
24 ҫирӗм тӑваттӑ (şirĕm tăvattă)
25 ҫирӗм пиллӗк (şirĕm pillĕk)
26 ҫирӗм улттӑ (şirĕm ulttă)
27 ҫирӗм ҫиччӗ (şirĕm şiccĕ)
28 ҫирӗм саккӑр (şirĕm sakkăr)
29 ҫирӗм тӑххӑр (şirĕm tăhhăr)
30 вӑтӑр (vătăr)
40 хӗрӗх (hĕrĕh)
50 аллӑ (allă), алӑ (ală)
60 утмӑл (utmăl)
70 ҫитмӗл (şitmĕl)
80 сакӑрвуннӑ (sakărvunnă)
90 тӑхӑрвуннӑ (tăhărvunnă)
100 ҫӗр (şĕr)
200 ик ҫӗр (ik şĕr)
1000 пин (pin)
2000 ик пин (ik pin)

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Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuvash_language
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/пӗрре#Chuvash
https://mpi-lingweb.shh.mpg.de/numeral/Chuvash.htm

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