Numbers in Fijian

How to count in Fijian (Na vosa vaka-Viti), an Oceanic language spoken mainly in Fiji.

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Fijian numbers

Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 saiva
1 dua [ⁿdu.a] ikadua, l’dua
2 rua ikarua, l’arua
3 tolu ikatolu, l’atolu
4 va ikava, l’avā
5 lima ikalima, l’alima
6 ono ikaono, l’aono
7 vitu ikavitu, l’avitu
8 walu ikawalu, l’awalu
9 ciwa ikaciwa, l’aciwa
10 tini ikatini, l’atini
11 tini ka dua
12 tini ka rua
13 tini ka tolu
14 tini ka va
15 tini ka lima
16 tini ka ono
17 tini ka vitu
18 tini ka walu
19 tini ka ciwa
20 ruasagavulu
21 ruasagavulu ka dua
22 ruasagavulu ka rua
23 ruasagavulu ka tolu
24 ruasagavulu ka va
25 ruasagavulu ka lima
26 ruasagavulu ka ono
27 ruasagavulu ka vitu
28 ruasagavulu ka walu
29 ruasagavulu ka ciwa
30 tolusagavulu
40 vasagavulu
50 limasagavulu
60 onosagavulu
70 vitusagavulu
80 walusagavulu
90 ciwasagavulu
100 drau / e dua na drau
200 e rua na drau
300 e tolu na drau
400 e va na drau
500 e lima na drau
600 e ono na drau
700 e vitu na drau
800 e walu na drau
900 e ciwa na drau
1,000 udolu
5,000 lima saga udolu

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