Numbers in Javanese

Javanese numbers from 1 to 2 million in ngoko (low/informal) and kråmå (high/formal) versions.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, sg = singular, pl = plural

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Numeral ngoko (low) kråmå (high)
1 siji setunggal
2 loro kalih
3 telu tigå
4 papat sekawan
5 limå gangsal
6 enem  
7 pitu  
8 wolu  
9 sångå  
10 sepuluh sedåså
11 sewelas setunggal welas
12 rolas kalih welas
13 telulas tigang welas
14 patbelas sekawan welas
15 limålas gangsal welas
16 nembelas  
17 pitulas  
18 wolulas  
19 sångålas  
20 rongpuluh kalih dasa
21 selikur setunggal likur
22 rolikur kalih likur
23 telulikur tigang likur
24 patlikur sekawan likur
25 selawé selangkung
26 nemlikur  
27 pitulikur  
28 wolulikur  
29 sångålikur  
30 telung puluh tigang dåså
31 telung puluh siji tigang dåså setunggal
36 telung puluh enem tigang dåså enem
40 patang puluh sekawan dåså
41 patang puluh siji sekawan dåså setunggal
46 patang puluh enem sekawan dåså enem
50 sèket  
51 sèket siji sèket setunggal
56 sèket enem gangsal enem
60 suwidak  
61 suwidak siji suwidak setunggal
70 pitung puluh  
80 wolung puluh  
90 sangang puluh  
100 satus setunggal atus
200 rung atus kalih atus
300 telung atus tigang atus
400 patang atus sekawan atus
500 limang atus gangsal atus
600 enem atus  
700 pitung atus  
800 wolung atus  
900 sangang atus  
1,000 sèwu setunggal èwu
2,000 rong èwu kalih èwu
1,000,000 sak yutå setunggal yutå
2,000,000 rong yutå kalih yutå

Example: 1960 = sèwu sangang atus suwidak / setunggal èwu sangang atus suwidak

Information compiled by Lukas Jalu

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