Maldivian numbers

How to count in Maldivian (ދިވެހި), an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in the Maldives.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 [s̺un] (sun) ސުން
[sumeʔ] (sume') ސުމެއް
1 [eʔ] (e') އެއް
[ekeʔ] (eke') އެކެއް
2 (dheyh) ދޭށް
[d̪e] (de) ދެ
[d̪eːʔ] (dey') ދޭއް
3 [t̪in] (tin) ތިން‎
[t̪in̪eʔ] (tine') ތިނެއް
4 [hətəɾu] (hataru) ހަތަރު
[hət̪əɾeʔ] (hatare') ހަތަރެއް
5 [fəs̺] (fas) ފަސް‎
[fəheʔ] (fahe') ފަހެއް
6 [hə] (ha) ހަ
[həeʔ] (hae') ހައެއް
7 [həjʔ] (hath) ހަތް
[hət̪eʔ] (hate') ހަތެއް
8 [aʔ] (ash) އަށް‎
[əʂeʔ] (ashe') އަށެއް
9 [nu.wə] (nuva) ނުވަ
[n̪uwəeʔ] (nuvae') ނުވައެއް
10 [d̪ihə] (diha) ދިހަ
(dihae') ދިހައެއް‎
11 [e.ɡəː.ɾə] (egaara) އެގާރަ
12 [bəːɾə] (baara) ބާރަ
[d̪oɭəs̺] (dolhas) ދޮޅަސް
13 [teːɾə] (teyra) ތޭރަ
(tolhos) ތޮޅޮސް‎
(dolhaseke') ދޮޅަސްދޭއް‎
14 [s̺əːd̪ə] (saada) ސާދަ
(dolhasdey') ދޮޅަސްއެކެއް‎
15 [fən̪əɾə] (fanara) ފަނަރަ
(dolhastine') ދޮޅަސްހަތަރެއް‎
16 [s̺oːɭə] (soalha) ސޯޅަ
(dolhashatare') ދޮޅަސްތިނެއް‎
17 [s̺ətəːɾə] (sataara) ސަތާރަ
(dolhasfahe') ދޮޅަސްފަހެއް‎
18 [ə.ʂə.ɾə] (ashaara) އަށާރަ
(dolhashae') ދޮޅަސްހައެއް‎
19 [n̪əʋəːɾə] (navaara) ނަވާރަ
(dolhashate') ދޮޅަސްހަތެއް‎
20 [ʋihi] (vihi) ވިހި
(dolhasashe') ދޮޅަސްއަށެއް‎
21 [ekəːʋiːs̺] (ekaavees) އެކާވީސް
(dolhasnuvae') ދޮޅަސްނުވައެއް‎
22 [bəːʋiːs̺] (baaviis) ބާވީސް
(dolhasdihae') ދޮޅަސްދިހައެއް‎
23 [t̪eːʋiːs̺] (teyvees) ތޭވީސް
(ekunifassihi) އެކުނިފައްސިހި‎
(dolhasekolhas) ދޮޅަސްއެކޮޅަސް‎
24 [s̺əuʋiːs̺] (sauvees) ސައުވީސް
(pasvisi) ޕަސްވިސި‎
(fassihi) ފައްސިހި‎
25 [fəns̺əʋis̺] (fansavees) ފަންސަވީސް
(fassihieke') ފައްސިހިއެކެއް‎
26 [s̺əbːiːs̺] (sabbees) ސައްބީސް
(fassihidey') ފައްސިހިދޭއް‎
27 [hət̪əːʋiːs̺] (hataavees) ހަތާވީސް
(fassihitine') ފައްސިހިތިނެއް‎
28 [əs̺əːʋiːs̺] (ashaavees) އަށާވީސް
(fassihihatare') ފައްސިހިހަތަރެއް‎
29 [nəʋəːʋiːs̺] (navaavees) ނަވާވީސް
(onatirees) އޮނަތިރީސް‎
30 [t̪iɾiːs̺] (tirees) ތިރީސް
(thrinshati) ތްރިންށަތި‎
(fassihihae') ފައްސިހިހައެއް‎
40 [s̺əːɭiːs̺] (saalhees) ސާޅީސް
(tindolhashatare') ތިންދޮޅަސްހަތަރެއް‎
50 [fən̪s̺əːs̺] (fansaas) ފަންސާސް
(fanasdey') ފަނަސްދޭއް‎
60 [həʂʈi] (hashti) ހަށްޓި
(fasdolhas) ފަސްދޮޅަސް‎
70 [hət̪ːeɾi] (hathteri) ހަތްތެރި
80 [həːs̺] (haas) ހާސް
[əːhi] (aahi) އާހި
(faahitiashe') ފާހިތިއަށެއް‎
90 [n̪əʋæː] (havai) ނަވައި
(hathdolhashae') ހަތްދޮޅަސްހައެއް‎
100 [s̺əteːkə] (sateyka) ސަތޭކަ
(hiyahatare') ހިޔަހަތަރެއް‎
1,000 [həːs̺] (haas) ހާސް
100,000 (1 lakh) [ləkːə] (lakka) ލައްކަ
10 million (1 crore) [kɾoːɾ] ('roar) ކްރޯރް

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Information about Maldivian numbers
https://studydhivehi.blogspot.com/2016/08/dhivehi-number.html
https://www.masteranylanguage.com/c/r/en/Dhivehi/Numbers/1
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maldivian_language#Numerals
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Dhivehi_numerals

Information about Maldivian | Phrases | Numbers | Tower of Babel

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