Numbers in Middle Welsh

How to count in Middle Welsh (Kymraec), a form of Welsh spoken from the 12th to about the 15th century.

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  Cardinal Ordinal
1 un / vn [ʉn]
2 deu (m) dwy (f) eil
3 tri (m) teir (f) trydyd
4 pedwar (m) pedeir (f) pedweryd
5 pym(p) pymhed
6 chwech
7 seith [sei̯θ]
8 wyth
9 naw
10 deg decuet
11 un ar ddeg
12 deuddeg
13 tri ar ddeg
14 pedwar ar ddeg
15 pymtheg
16 un ar bymtheg
17 deu ar bymtheg
18 deunaw
19 pedwar ar bymtheg
20 ugein(t)
21 un ar ugein
30 deg ar ugein
40 deu ugain / dugein
50 deg ar ddeu ugain / ddugein
60 trei ugein, trugein
100 can(t)
1,000 mil



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