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Numbers in Manx

How to count in Manx (Gaelg), a Gaelic language spoken in Isle of Man, a part of the British Isles.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine

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  Cardinal Ordinal
0 neunhee
1 nane
un, unnane
yn chied
2 jees
daa
yn nah
3 tree yn trass
4 kiare yn chiarroo
5 queig yn whieggoo
6 shey yn çheyoo
7 shiaght yn çhiaghtoo
8 hoght yn hoghtoo
9 nuy yn nuyoo
10 jeih yn jeihoo
11 nane-jeig
unnane-jeig
12 daa-yeig
13 tree-jeig
14 kiare-jeig
15 queig-jeig
16 shey-jeig
17 shiaght-jeig
18 hoght-jeig
19 nuy-jeig
20 feed yn 'eedoo
21 nane as feed
22 jees as feed
23 tree as feed
24 kiare as feed
25 queig as feed
26 shey as feed
27 shiaght as feed
28 hoght as feed
29 nuy as feed
30 jeih as feed
31 nane-jeig as feed
32 daa-yeig as feed
33 tree-jeig as feed
34 kiare-jeig as feed
35 queig-jeig as feed
36 shey-jeig as feed
37 shiaght-jeig as feed
38 hoght-jeig as feed
39 nuy-jeig as feed
40 daeed
50 jeih as daeed / lieh cheead
queigad
60 tree feed
70 tree feed as jeih
80 kiare feed
90 kiare feed as jeih
100 keead
1000 milley
jeih keead

Notes

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Links

Numbers in Manx
http://www.sf.airnet.ne.jp/~ts/language/number/manx.html
http://www.learnmanx.com/cms/inter_lesson_detail_1057.html

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