Information about counting in Proto-Slavic, the reconstructed ancestor of modern Slavic languages that was spoken between about the 2nd millennium BC through the 6th century AD.
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|1||*edinъ, *edьnъ, *odinъ||*pьrvъ|
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Information about counting in Proto-Slavic
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