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Ossetian numbers

How to count in Ossetian (ирон ӕвзаг), a Northeastern Iranian language spoken mainly in the North Ossetia-Alania region of the Russia Federation, and in the neighbouring part of Georgia known as South Ossetia. These numbers are in the Iron (ирон) dialect.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 нуль (nul’)
1 иу (īw) [jew]
иунæг (īwnæg)
2 дыууæ (dywwæ) [duwɐ]
3 æртæ (ærtæ) [ɐrtɐ]
4 цыппар (cyppar) [t͡supːar]
5 фондз (fondz) [fond͡z]
6 æхсæз (æxsæz) [ɐxsɐz]
7 авд (avd) [avd]
8 аст (ast) [ast]
9 фараст (farast) [farast]
10 дæс (dæs) [dɐs]
11 иуæндæс (iwændæs) [jewɐndɐs]
12 дыууадæс (dywwædæs) [duwadɐs]
13 æртындæс (ærtyndæs) [ɐrtindɐs]
14 цыппæрдæс (cyppærdæs) [t͡supːɐrdɐs]
15 фынддæс (fynddæs) [finddɐs]
16 æхсæрдæс (æxsærdæs) [ɐχsɐrdɐs]
17 æвддæс (ævddæs) [ɐvddɐs]
18 æстдæс (æstdæs) [ɐstdɐs]
19 нудæс (nūdæs) [nɐwudɐs]
20 дыууын (dywwyn) [duwin]
21 дыууын иу (dywwyn iw)
22 дыууын дыууæ (dywwyn dywwæ)
23 дыууын æртæ (dywwyn ærtæ)
24 дыууын цыппар (dywwyn cyppar)
25 дыууын фондз (dywwyn fondz)
26 дыууын æхсæз (dywwyn æxsæz)
27 дыууын авд (dywwyn avd)
28 дыууын аст (dywwyn ast)
29 дыууын фараст (dywwyn farast)
30 æртын (ærtyn) [ɐrtin]
40 цыппор (cyppor) [t͡supːor]
50 фæндзай (fændzaj) [fɐnd͡zɐj]
60 æхсай (æxsaj) [ɐχsaj]
70 æвдай (ævdaj) [ɐvdaj]
80 æстай (æstaj) [ɐstaj]
90 нæуæдз (næwædz) [nawɐd͡zɐ]
100 сæдæ [sɐdɐ]
200 дыууæсæдæ (dywwæ sædæ)
1,000 мин (min)
æрзæ (ærzæ)
2,000 дыууæ мин (dywwæ min)

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Links

Information about Ossetian numbers
https://ids.clld.org/contributions/319
https://translate.academic.ru/
https://mpi-lingweb.shh.mpg.de/numeral/Ossetic.htm
https://wikitravel.org/en/Ossetian_phrasebook#Numbers

Information about Ossetian | Phrases | Numbers | Tower of Babel

Numbers in Iranian languages

Dari, Gilaki, Ishkashimi, Juhuri, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kurdish (Soranî), Oroshor, Ossetian, Pashto, Persian, Sanglechi, Sarikoli, Shughni, Tajik, Talysh, Wakhi

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