Numbers in Proto-Celtic

Numbers in Proto-Celtic, the partially reconstructed ancestor of all Celtic languages. It is thought that Proto-Celtic developed from about 1,300 BC and was spoken until about 800 BC.

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  Cardinal Ordinal
1 oinos kentus
2 dwau alyos
3 trīs tritiyos
4 kʷetwares kʷetwariyos
5 kʷenkʷe kʷenkʷetos
6 swexs swexstos
7 sextam sextametos
8 oxtū oxtūmetos
9 nawan naumetos
10 dekam dekametos
20 wikantī
30 trīkontes



Information about Proto-Celtic

Numbers in Celtic languages

Proto-Celtic, Proto-Brythonic, Old Irish, Old Welsh, Middle Welsh, Gaulish, Breton, Cornish, Cumbric, Irish, Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh

Numbers in other languages

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