Numbers in Swabian

How to count in Swabian (Schwäbisch), a West Germanic language spoken mainly in Swabia in southern Germany.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 null
1 oes / oas / ois erschtens
2 zwåe / zwoi / zwoe zwoetens
3 drei / droe drittens
4 vir / viar / vier(e) viertens
5 faef / femf / fümf(e) fünftens
6 seggs / sechs(e) säxtens
7 siba / sieba / siibe siebtens
8 achd / aachd / acht(e) achtens
9 nae / nein / noen(e) noentens
10 zäa / zeah / zaen(e) zäntens
11 ålf / elve
12 zwelf / zwölve
13 dreizäa / droezäe
14 virzäa / virzäe
15 fuffzäa / fifzäe
16 sächzäa / sächzäe
17 sibzäa / sibzäe
18 achzäa / achzäe
19 naezäa / noenzäe
20 zwanzich / zwanzg
21 oesazwanzg
22 zwoeazwanzg
23 droiazwanzg
24 vierazwanzg
25 fümfazwanzg
26 sechsazwanzg
27 siibeazwanzg
28 achtazwanzg
29 noenazwanzg
30 dreisich / draißg / droessig
40 virzich / virzg / vierzg
50 fuffzich / fuchzg / fuffzg
60 sächzich / sächzg
70 sibzich / sibzg / siebzg
80 achzich / achzg
90 naenzich / naenzg / noenzg
100 hondord / hondrt
1.000 daused / dausnd
1 million a millioon
1 billion a milliard

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Information about counting in Swabian
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwäbische_Dialekte
https://www.schwaebisch-englisch.de/

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