Details of how to count in Old Turkic, a Siberian Turkic language that was spoken in parts of East and Central Asia and Eastern Europe between the 7th and 13th centuries AD.
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|(ilk) 𐰃𐰠𐰚||(bir) 𐰋𐰃𐰼||1|
|(eki) 𐰚𐰃 , (eki) 𐰛𐰃||2|
|(üčünč) 𐰇𐰲𐰨||(üč) 𐰇𐰲, (üč) 𐰇𐰳||3|
|(béšinč) 𐰋𐰃𐰾𐰨||(béš) 𐰋𐰃𐱁, (beš) 𐰋𐱁, (béš) 𐰌𐰂𐱀||5|
|(altï) 𐰞𐱃𐰃, (altï) 𐰞𐱄𐰃||6|
|(onunč) 𐰆𐰣𐰨||(on) 𐰆𐰣||10|
|(säkiz on) 𐰾𐰚𐰔 𐰆𐰣||80|
|(toquz on) 𐰆𐰣 𐱃𐰸𐰆𐰔||90|
|(biŋ) 𐰋𐰃𐰭 , (bïŋ) 𐰉𐰃𐰭||1,000|
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Information about the Old Turkic language and alphabet | Numbers
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