Numbers in Lower Sorbian

How to count in Lower Sorbian (dolnoserbšćina), a West Slavic language spoken in and around the city of Cottbus in Brandenburg in the northeast of Germany.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, m-a = masculine animate, f = feminine, n = neuter

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  Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 jaden [ˈjadɛn] (m), jadna (f), jadno (n) prědny [ˈprʲɪdnɨ]
2 dwa [dwa] (m) dwě [dvʲɪ] (f/n) drugi [ˈdruɡʲi]
3 tśi [t͡ɕi] (m) tśo [t͡ɕɔ] (m-a) tśeśi
4 styri [ˈstɨrʲi] (m) styrjo [ˈstɨrʲɔ] (m-a) stworty
5 pěś [pʲɪɕ] pěty
6 šesć [ʃɛst͡ɕ] šesty
7 sedym [ˈsɛdɨm] sydymy
8 wósym [ˈwʊsɨm/wɨsɨm] wosymy
9 źewjeś / źeweś [ˈʑawʲɛɕ] źewjety
10 źaseś [ˈʑasɛɕ] źasety
11 jadnasćo [ˈjadnast͡ɕɔ] jadnasty
12 dwanasćo [ˈdwanast͡ɕɔ] dwanasty
13 tśinasćo [ˈt͡ɕinast͡ɕɔ] tśinasty
14 styrnasćo [ˈstɨrnast͡ɕɔ] styrnasty
15 pěśnasćo [ˈpʲieɕnast͡ɕɔ] pěśnasty
16 šesnasćo [ˈʃɛsnast͡ɕɔ] šesnaty
17 sedymnasćo [ˈsɛdɨmnast͡ɕɔ] sedymnasty
18 wosymnasćo [ˈwʊsɨmnast͡ɕɔ] wosymnasty
19 źewjeśnasćo / źeweśnasćo [ˈʑewʲɛɕnast͡ɕɔ] źewjeśnasty
20 dwaźasća [ˈdwaʑast͡ɕa] dwaźasty
21 jadenadwaźasća [ˈjadɛnadwaʑast͡ɕa] jadenadwaźasty
22 dwaadwaźasća [ˈdwaadwaʑast͡ɕa]
23 tśiadwaźasća [ˈt͡ɕiadwaʑast͡ɕa]
24 styriadwaźasća [ˈstɨrʲiadwaʑast͡ɕa]
25 pěśadwaźasća [ˈpʲieɕdwaʑast͡ɕa]
26 šěsćadwaźasća [ˈʃɛst͡ɕadwaʑast͡ɕa]
27 sedymadwaźasća [ˈsɛdɨmadwaʑast͡ɕa]
28 wosymadwaźasća [ˈwʊsɨmadwaʑast͡ɕa]
29 źeweśadwaźasća [ˈʑawʲɛɕadwaʑast͡ɕa]
30 tśiźasća [ˈt͡ɕiʑast͡ɕa] tśiźasty
40 styrźasća [ˈstɨrʑast͡ɕa] styrźasty
50 pěśźaset [ˈpʲieʑasɛt] pěśźasety
60 šěsćźaset [ˈʃɛzd͡ʑasɛt] šesćźasety
70 sedymźaset [ˈsɛdɨmʑasɛt] sedymźasety
80 wosoymźaset [ˈwʊsɨmʑasɛt] wosymźasety
90 źewjeśźaset [ˈʑawʲɛʑasɛt] źewjeśźasety
100 sto [stɔ] / hundert [ˈhundɛrt] stoty
200 dwěsćě [ˈdwʲiest͡ɕie] / dwa hunderta dwě stoty
1000 tysac [ˈtɨsat͡s] / towzynt [ˈtowzɨnt] tysacny
2000 dwatysac [ˈdwatɨsat͡s] / dwa towzynta dwě tysacny
1 000 000 milion milionty
1 000 000 000 miliarda miliardny

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Links

Information about counting in Lower Sorbian
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/jaden#Lower_Sorbian
http://serbscina.w.interia.pl/iso/numer.htm
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-lower-sorbian/en/dsb/
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Lower_Sorbian/Grammar/Numerals
https://mpi-lingweb.shh.mpg.de/numeral/LowerSorbian.htm
https://lt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Žemutinių_sorbų_kalba

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