Kabardian numbers

How to count in Kabardian (къэбэрдеибзэ), a North West Caucasian language spoken mainly in the Kabardian-Balkar and Karachay-Circassian Republics of Russia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 Ноль  
1 зы [zə] япэ [jaːpa]
2 тӀу [tʷʼə] етIуанэ [jatʼaːna]
3 щы [ɕə] ещанэ [jaɕaːna]
4 плӀы [pɬʼə] яплIынэрэ (jaːpɬʼənara)
5 тху [txʷə] еянэ [jajaːna]
6 хы [xə]  
7 блы [bɮə]  
8 и [jə]  
9 бгъу [bʁʷə]  
10 пщӏы [pɕʼə] епщIанэ [japɕʼaːna]
11 пщӏыкӀуз [pɕʼəkʷʼəz]  
12 пщӏыкӀутIу [pɕʼəkʷʼətʷʼ]  
13 пщӏыкӀущ [pɕʼəkʷʼəɕ]  
14 пщӏыкӀуплI [pɕʼəkʷʼəpɬʼ]  
15 пщӏыкӀутху [pɕʼəkʷʼətxʷ]  
16 пщӏыкӀух [pɕʼəkʷʼəx] епщыкIуханэ [japɕʼəkʷʼəxaːna]
17 пщӏыкӀубл [pɕʼəkʷʼəbɮ]  
18 пщӏыкӀуй [pɕʼəkʷʼəj]  
19 пщӏыкӀубгъу [pɕʼəkʷʼəbʁʷ]  
20 тӀощӏ [tʷʼaɕʼə]  
21 тӀощӏэ зырэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra zəra])  
22 тӀощӏэ тIурэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra tʷʼəra]  
23 тӀощӏэ щырэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra ɕəra]  
24 тӀощӏэ плӀырэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra pɬʼəra]  
25 тӀощӏэ тхурэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra txʷəra]  
26 тӀощӏэ хырэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra xəra]  
27 тӀощӏэ блырэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra bɮəra]  
28 тӀощӏэ ирэ [jəra]  
29 тӀощӏэ бгъурэ [tʷʼaɕʼəra bʁʷəra]  
30 щэщӏ [ɕaɕʼ]  
40 плIыщI [pɬʼəɕʼ] (20 × 2)  
50 тхущI,[txʷəɕʼ] (½ 100)  
60 хыщI,[xəɕʼ] (3 × 20)  
70 блыщI [bɮəɕʼ] (20 × 3 and 10)  
80 ищI [jəɕʼ] (20 × 4)  
90 бгъущI [bʁʷəɕʼ] (20 × 4 and 10)  
100 щэ (ɕa)  
101 щэрэ зырэ (ɕara zəra)  
200 щитӀу (ɕitʷʼ)  
300 щищ (ɕiɕ)  
400 щиплӀ (ɕipɬʼ)  
500 щитху (ɕitxʷ)  
600 щих (ɕix)  
700 щибл (ɕibɮ)  
800 щий (ɕij)  
900 щибгъу (ɕibʁʷ)  
1,000 мин (min)  
2,000 минитӀу (minitʷʼ)  
3,000 минищ (miniɕ)  
4,000 миниплӀ (minipɬʼ)  
5,000 минитху (minitxʷ)  
6,000 миних (minix)  
7,000 минибл (minibɮ)  
8,000 миний (minij)  
9,000 минибгъу (minibʁʷ)  
10,000 минипщӏ (minipʃʼ)  
100,000 минищэ (miniɕa)  



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