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Numbers in Elfdalian

How to count in Elfdalian (övdalsk), a North Germanic language spoken in central Sweden.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 noll  
1 ien (m) įe (f) iett (n) fuost
2 twer (m) twär (f) tau (n) oðer
3 trair (m) trjär (f) tråi (n) trið
4 fiuorer fiuord
5 fem femt
6 sjäks sjäkst
7 sju sjuund
8 åtta åttund
9 niu niund
10 tiu tiund
11 ellåv ellåpt
elft
12 tolv tolpt
13 trettǫ trettund
14 fiuortǫ fiuortund
15 femtǫ femtund
16 sjäkstǫ sjäkstund
17 sjuttjǫ sjuttjund
18 åttjǫ åttjund
19 nittjǫ nittjund
20 tjugu tjugund
21 tjuguien
tjuguiett
 
22 tjugutwå
twer-og-tjugu
 
23 tjugutri
trair-og-tjugu
 
24 tjugufyra  
25 tjugofem  
26 tjugusjäks  
27 tjugusju  
28 tjuguåtta  
29 tjuguniu  
30 tretti trettiund
40 fyrti fyrtiund
50 femti femtiund
60 sjäksti sjäkstiund
70 sjutti sjuttiund
80 åtti åttiund
90 nitti nittiund
100 iett undrað  
200 twå undrað  
300 tri undrað  
400 fyr undrað  
500 fem undrað  
600 sjäks undrað  
700 sju undrað  
800 ått undrað  
900 ni undrað  
1,000 iett tusn  
2,000 tvåtusen  
3,000 tretusen  
1 million ien miliuon  
1 billion ien miliard  

Source: http://älvdalsk.ordbok.gratis

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Numbers in Germanic languages

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