Numbers in Istriot

How to count in Istriot (Lèngua Eîstriota), a Romance language spoken in the south west of the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter

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Numeral Cardinal
1 oûn, oûna
2 dui, duj [duj]
3 trì
4 quatro, quattro
5 sinque
6 seije [ˈsɛije]
7 siete, sjete, seîe
8 uoto, uotto
9 nùve, gnove [ˈɲɔve]
10 gize, gise
11 ondaze, ondase, ondiso
13 tridaze, tridase [ˈtridase]
100 sento

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Links

Information about numbers in Istriot
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Istriot_numerals

Information about Istriot | Numbers

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