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Tsez numbers

Numbers in Tsez (Цез мец), a North East Caucasian language spoken mainly in the Republic of Dagestan in the Russian Federation.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 сис (sis)
2 къано (q’ˁano)
3 лъоно (łˁono)
4 уйно (uyno)
5 лъено (łeno)
6 илъно (iłno)
7 гӀолӀно (ʕoƛno)
8 билӀно (biƛno)
9 очӀчӀино (oč’č’ino)
10 оцӀцӀино (oc’c’ino)
11 оцӀцӀино сис (oc’c’ino sis)
12 оцӀцӀино къано (oc’c’ino q’ˁano)
13 оцӀцӀино лъоно (oc’c’ino łˁono)
14 оцӀцӀино уйно (oc’c’ino uyno)
15 оцӀцӀино лъено (oc’c’ino łeno)
16 оцӀцӀино илъно (oc’c’ino iłno)
17 оцӀцӀино гӀолӀно (oc’c’ino ʕoƛno)
18 оцӀцӀино билӀно (oc’c’ino biƛno)
19 оцӀцӀино очӀчӀино (oc’c’ino oč’č’ino)
20 хъуно (quno)
21 хъуно сис (quno sis)
22 хъуно къано (quno q’ˁano)
23 хъуно лъоно (quno łˁono)
24 хъуно уйно (quno uyno)
25 хъуно лъено (quno łeno)
26 хъуно илъно (quno iłno)
27 хъуно гӀолӀно (quno ʕoƛno)
28 хъуно билӀно (quno biƛno)
29 хъуно очӀчӀино (quno oč’č’ino)
30 хъуно оцӀцӀино (quno oc’c’ino)
40 къанохъу (q’ˁanoqu)
50 къанохъуно оцӀцӀино (q’ˁanoquno oc’c’ino)
60 лъонохъу (łˁonoqu)
70 лъонохъуно оцӀцӀино (łˁonoquno oc’c’ino)
80 уйнохъу (uynoqu)
90 уйнохъуно оцӀцӀино (uynoquno oc’c’ino)
100 бишон (bišon)
1,000 гӀазар (ʕazar)
10,000 оцӀцӀино гӀазар (oc’c’ino ʕazar)
100,000 бишон гӀазар (bišon ʕazar)

Information about counting in Tsez
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-tsez/en/ddo/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsez_language#Numerals

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Information about Tsez | Numbers

Numbers in North East Caucasian languages

Aghul, Avar, Batsbi, Bezhta, Chechen, Dargwa, Godoberi, Hinukh, Hunzib, Ingush, Kubachi, Lezgi, Tsakhur, Tsez

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