Numbers in Isan

How to count in Isan (อีสาน), a Lao-Phuthai language spoken in the Isan region in the north east of Thailand.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 (๐) ศูนย์ (sun) [sǔːn]
1 (๑) หนึ่ง (nueng) [nɨ̄ːŋ]
2 (๒) สอง (song) [sɔ̌ːŋ]
3 (๓) สาม (sam) [sǎːm]
4 (๔) สี่ (si) [sīː]
5 (๕) ห้า (ha) [hȁː]
6 (๖) หก (hok) [hók]
7 (๗) เจ็ด (chet) [t͡ɕét]
8 (๘) แปด (paet) [pɛ̏ːt]
9 (๙) เก้า (kao) [kȃo]
10 (๑๐) สิบ (sip) [síp]
11 (๑๑) สิบเอ็ด (sip et) [síp ʔét]
12 (๑๒) สอง (sip song) [síp sɔ̌ːŋ]
13 (๑๓) สิบสาม (sip sam) [síp săːm]
14 (๑๔) สิบสี่ (sip si) [síp sīː]
15 (๑๕) สิบห้า (sip ha) [síp hȁː]
16 (๑๖) สิบหก (sip hok) [síp hók]
17 (๑๗) สิบเจ็ด (sip chet) [síp t͡ɕét]
18 (๑๘) สิบแปด (sip paet) [síp pɛ́ːt]
19 (๑๙) สิบเก้า (sip kao) [síp kȃo]
20 (๒๐) ซาว(หนึ่ง) (sao(nueng)) [sáːu (nɨ̄ːŋ)]
21 (๒๑) ซาวเอ็ด (sao et) [sáːu ʔèt]
22 (๒๒) ซาวสอง (sao song) [sáːu sɔ̌ːŋ]
23 (๒๓) ซาวสาม (sao sam) [sáːu sǎːm]
24 (๒๔) ซาวสี่ (sao si) [sáːu sīː]
25 (๒๕) ซาวห้า (sao ha) [sáːu hȁː]
26 (๒๖) ซาวหก (sao hok) [sáːu hók]
27 (๒๗) ซาวเจ็ด (sao chet) [sáːu t͡ɕét]
28 (๒๘) ซาวแปด (sao paet) [sáːu pɛ̏ːt]
29 (๒๙) ซาวเก้า (sao kao) [sáːu kȃo]
30 (๓๐) สามสิบ (sam sip) [săːm síp]
40 (๔๐) สี่สิบ (si sip) [sīː síp]
50 (๕๐) ห้าสิบ (ha sip) [hȁː síp]
60 (๖๐) หกสิบ (hok sip) [hók síp]
70 (๗๐) เจ็ดสิบ (chet sip) [t͡ɕét síp]
80 (๘๐) แปดสิบ (paet sip) [pɛ̏ːt síp]
90 (๙๐) เก้าสิบ (kao sip) [kȃo síp]
100 (๑๐๐) ฮ้อย (hoi) [hɔ̂ːj]
1,000 (๑๐๐๐) พัน (phan) [pʰán]
10,000 (๑๐๐๐๐) หมื่น (muen) [mɨ̄ːn]
100,000 (๑๐๐๐๐๐) แสน (saen) [sɛ̆ːn]
1,000,000 (๑๐๐๐๐๐๐) ล้าน (lan) [lâːn]

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