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Numbers in Dalmatian

How to count in Dalmatian (langa Dalmata), a Romance language spoken in the Dalmatia region of Croatia until the end of the 19th century.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 join
2 dói
3 tra
4 quatro
5 čenc
6 si
7 siapto, sapto
8 uapto, vapto, guapto, uat
9 nu
10 dic
11 jonco
12 dótco
13 tretco
14 quarco
15 cenco
16 setco
17 dicsapto, dichisapto
18 dicuapto, dichidapto, dichiuapto, dichidopto
19 dicnĂș, dichinĂș
20 venč
21 venč join
22 venč dói
23 venč tra
24 venč quatro
25 venč cenc
26 venč si
27 venč siapto/sapto
28 venč uapto/vapto
29 venč nu
30 trianta
40 quaranta
50 sinconta, cioncuanta, cincuonta
60 setuonta, septuanta
70 siaptuanta, septuanta
80 vaptuanta
90 nuanta
100 ciant
200 doiziant, doiciant
300 traciant
400 quatro ciant
500 cenc ciant
600 si ciant
700 siapto/sapto ciant
800 uapto/vapto ciant
900 nu ciant
1,000 mel
2,000 doi mel
3,000 tra mel
4,000 quatro mel
5,000 cenc mel
6,000 si mel
7,000 siapto/sapto mel
8,000 uapto/vapto mel
9,000 nu mel
10,000 dic mel

Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Dalmatian_phrasebook

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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