Numbers in Gronings

How to count in Gronings (Grunnegs, Grönnegs), a collection of Friso-Saxon dialects spoken in the Groningen, Drenthe and Friesland in the Netherlands.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 ain(e) eersterd
2 twij, tweie twijd(erd), twijde, twijdes, aander
3 drij(e), dreie daard, daarde(rt), daarders
4 vaaier, vaire, vare, vijer, voier
5 vief, vuuf viefde. viefte
6 zes, zesse
7 zeuven
8 aacht(e), acht
9 negen
10 tien(e)
11 elf, elven elfde, elfte
12 twaalf, twaalven, twoalf, twoalven
13 dattien
14 vattien, veertien, vittien
15 vieftien
16 zestien
17 zeuventien
18 aachttien
19 negentien
20 stieg(e), twinneg, twinteg
30 daarteg, dareg, datteg
40 fatteg, feerteg, vatteg
50 fiefteg
60 sesteg
70 zeuventeg
80 taachteg, achteg
90 negenteg
100 honderd
1000 doezend

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Information about counting in Gronings
https://nl.wikibooks.org/wiki/Gronings/Hoofdstuk_3
http://www.groningsonline.nl/

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