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Numbers in Monégasque

Details of how to count in Monégasque (Munegascu), a dialect of Ligurian spoken in Monaco.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 zeru
1 ün (m) üna (f) primu
2 dui (m) due (f) segundu
3 trei (m) tre (f) terçu
4 qatru
5 çinqe
6 sei
7 sete
8 œtu
9 nœve
10 dèije
11 unze
12 duze
13 trëze
14 qatorze
15 qinze
16 sëze
17 dissete
18 dijœtu
19 dijenœve
20 vinti
21 vint'ün
22 vintidúi
23 vintitrei
24 vintiqatru
25 vintiçinqe
26 vintisei
27 vintisete
28 vint'œtu
29 vintinœve
30 trenta
40 qaranta
50 çinqanta
60 sciüscianta
70 setanta
80 otanta
90 nuranta, nunanta
100 çentu
1 000 mila
1 000 000 ün miliun
1 000 000 000 ün miliardu

Links

Information about counting in Monégasque
https://www.memrise.com/course/92490/basic-monegasque-munegascu/12/?action=next
https://www.memrise.com/course/92490/basic-monegasque-munegascu/13/?action=next
https://www.memrise.com/course/92490/basic-monegasque-munegascu/14/?action=next
http://munegascu.free.fr/index.htm

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