Numbers in Khitan

How to count in Khitan (𘱿𘱤), an extinct Para-Mongolic language which was once spoken in Manchuria in what is now northeastern China. The numbers are shown in the Khitan Small Script.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 𘬣/𘬤 (muumur, omc)
2 𘲝/𘲞 (jur, jurer)
3 𘯙/𘯚 (huurer)
4 𘲂/𘲃 (dur, durov, duren)
5 𘬦/𘬧 (tav, tau) [tʰau]
6 𘭬/𘭭 (nil)
7 𘲧/𘲨 (daloer)
8 𘬌/𘬍 (nieem)
9 𘬪/𘬫 (is)
10 𘰯/𘰰 (par)
20 𘬂
30 𘳀
40 𘲬
50 𘲶
60 𘱌/𘱍/𘱎
70 𘮭/𘮮
80 𘳋
100 𘬕 (jau)
1,000 𘰏 (ming)
10,000 𘮾/𘯸

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Information about Khitan | Numbers

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