Numbers in Norn

Numbers in Norn (Norroena), a North Germanic language that was spoken in Shetland, Orkney and Caithness in Scotland until the 19th century.

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Cardinal
1 en, ane
2 twa
3 trir
4 fyre, fira
5 fjom
6 siks
7 sju
9 ni
10 ti
13 trettin
14 fiughurtan, fiughertān
15 fjomtan
50 fjomtan

Links

Numbers in Norn (and other Germanic languages)
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Reconstruction:Norn/ainaz

Information about Norn | Numbers

Numbers in Germanic languages

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