Numbers in Livonian

How to count in Livonian (Līvõ kēļ), a Finnic language that was spoken in Latvia, and that is currently being revived.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 null
1 ikš e'žmi
2 kakš tuoi
3 kuolm kuolmõz
4 nēļa neļļõz
5 vīž vīdõz
6 kūž kūdõz
7 seis seismõz
8 kōdõks kōdõksmõz
9 īdõks īdõksmõz
10 kim kimmõz
11 ikštuoistõn kimmõz
12 kakštuoistõn kōdtuoistõnz
13 kuolmtuoistõn kuolmtuoistõnz
14 nellituoistõn nēļatuoistõnz
15 vīžtuoistõn vīdtuoistõnz
16 kūžtuoistõn kūdtuoistõnz
17 seistuoistõn eistuoistõnz
18 kōdõkstuoistõn kōdõkstuoistõnz
19 īdõkstuoistõn īdõkstuoistõnz
20 kakškimdõ kōdkimdõz
21 kakškimdikš ikš
22 kakškimdikš kakš
23 kakškimdikš kuolm
24 kakškimdikš nēļa
25 kakškimdikš vīž
26 kakškimdikš kūž
27 kakškimdikš seis
28 kakškimdikš kōdõks
29 kakškimdikš īdõks
30 kuolmkimdõ kuolmkimdõz
40 nēļakimdõ nēļakimdõz
50 vīžkimdõ vīdkimdõz
60 kūžkimdõ kūdkimdõz
70 seiskimdõ seiskimdõz
80 kōdõkskimdõ kōdõkskimdõz
90 īdõkskimdõ īdõkskimdõz
100 sadā sadāz
200 kakšsadā kōdsadāz
300 kuolmsadā kuolmsadāz
400 nēļasadā nēļasadāz
500 vīžsadā vīdsadāz
600 kūžsadā kūdsadāz
700 seissadā seissadāz
800 kōdõkssadā kōdõkssadāz
900 īdõkssadā īdõkssadāz
1,000 tūontõ tūontõz
2,000 kakš tūontõ kōdtūontõz
1 million miljon miljonõz

Links

Numbers in Livonian
https://mpi-lingweb.shh.mpg.de/numeral/Uralic.htm
http://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-livonian/en/liv/
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Livonian_numerals
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ливский_язык

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