Numbers in Gallo

How to count in Gallo (galo), a Romance language spoken in parts of Brittany and Normandy in the northwest of France.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 zero
1 un, yun
2 doez, dóz, deu, deûz
3 treiz, treî, traez, touéz
4 catr, quatt
5 ceinc, cin, cinqe, cinq
6 seiz, sis, sice
7 seiz, set, sete, sèt
8 oet, ui, uite, uét
9 noe, neu, neuf
10 deiz, dis, dice
11 onzz, onze
12 dózz, douze
13 treize, treze
14 catorze
15 qhinze
16 seize, seze
17 deiz-sèt, diz-sete
18 deiz-oet, diz-uite
19 deiz-noe, dizeneuf
20 veint, vinte
21 veint-e-un, vinte-yun
22 veint-doez
23 veint-treiz
24 veint-catr
25 veint-ceinc
26 veint-seiz
27 veint-sèt
28 veint-oet
29 veint-noe
30 trantt, trente
40 carante
50 cincante
60 seissante, souéssante
70 seissante-deiz, souéssante-dice
80 catr-veint, catervints
90 catr-veint-deiz, catervint-dice
100 cent
1000 mill
1 000 000 milion
1 000 000 000 miliard

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Links

Information about numbers and counting in Gallo
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-gallo/en/gallo/
https://fr.wikiversity.org/wiki/Gallo/Vocabulaire/Nombres
https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/zero#Gallo

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