Numbers in Extremaduran

Information about counting in Extremaduran, a Romance language spoken in Extremadura in western Spain by about 200,000 people.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 zeru  
1 un(u) (m), una (f) primel, primeru (-a)
2 dos segundu (-a)
3 tres tercel, terceru (-a)
4 quatru quartu (-a)
5 cincu quintu (-a)
6 seis sestu (-a)
7 sieti sétimu (-a)
8 ochu otavu (-a)
9 nuevi nonu (-a)
10 dies dezenu (-a)
11 onzi onzenu (-a)
12 dozi (d)ozenu (-a)
13 trezi trezenu (-a)
14 catorzi catorzenu (-a)
15 quinzi quinzenu (-a)
16 dieziseis sezenu (-a)
17 diezisieti  
18 dieziochu  
19 diezinuevi  
20 venti  
21 ventiúnu  
22 ventidós  
30 trenta  
31 trenta i unu  
40 quarenta  
50 cinqüenta  
60 sessenta  
70 setenta  
80 ochenta  
90 noventa  
100 cien  
101 cientu (i) unu  
200 dozientus  
300 trezientus  
400 quatrucientus  
500 quinientus  
600 secientus  
700 setecientus  
800 ochucientus  
900 novecientus  
1,000 mil  
2,000 dos mil  
1 million un millón  
2 million dos millonis  


Numbers provided by Michael Peter Füstumum

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