Kurdish (Soranî) numbers

How to count in Kurdish (Soranî / سۆرانی), a variety of Kurdish spoken in Iraqi Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Province of Iran.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 ٠ () سفر
() هیچ
1 ١ (yek) يه‌ك (yekam) يه‌كەم
2 ٢ (dû) دوو (dûham) دووهەم
3 ٣ (se) سێ (seham) سێهەم
4 ٤ (chwâr) چوار (chwâram) چوارەم
5 ٥ (penj) پێنج (penjam) پێنجەم
6 ٦ (shash) شەش (shasham) شەشەم
7 ٧ (ḥawt) حەوت (ḥawtam) حەوتەم
8 ٨ (hasht) هەشت (hashtam) هەشتەم
9 ٩ (no) نێ (noham) نێهەم
10 ١٠ (da) ده (noham) دههەم
11 ١١ (yânza) یانزە (yânzaham) یانزەهەم
12 ١٢ (dwânza) دوانزە (dwânzaham) دوانزەهەم
13 ١٣ (syânza) سیانزە  
14 ١٤ (chwârda) چواردە  
15 ١٥ (pânzda) پانزدە  
16 ١٦ (shânza) شانزە  
17 ١٧ (ḥavda) حەڤدە  
18 ١٨ (hazhda) هەژدە  
19 ١٩ (nozda) نۆزدە  
20 ٢٠ (bîst) بیست  
21 ٢١ (bîst u yek) بیست و يه‌ك  
22 ٢٢ (bîst u dû) بیست و دوو  
23 ٢٣ (bîst u se) بیست و سێ  
24 ٢٤ (bîst u chwâr) بیست و چوار  
25 ٢٥ (bîst u penj) بیست و پێنج  
26 ٢٦ (bîst u shash) بیست و شەش  
27 ٢٧ (bîst u ḥawt) بیست و حەوت  
28 ٢٨ (bîst u hasht) بیست و هەشت  
29 ٢٩ (bîst u no) بیست و نێ  
30 ٣٠ (sî) سی  
40 ٤٠ (chil) چل  
50 ٥٠ (panjâ) پەنجا  
60 ٦٠ (shast) شەست  
70 ٧٠ (ḥaftâ) حەفتا  
80 ٨٠ (hashtâ) هەشتا  
90 ٩٠ (nawad) نەوەد  
100 ١٠٠ (sad) سەد  
1,000 ١٠٠٠ (hazar) هەزار  
1 million ١٠٠٠٠٠٠ (melion) ملیۆن  
1, billion ١٠٠٠٠٠٠٠٠٠ (meliar) ملیار  

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Information about Kurdish (Sorani) numbers

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