Numbers in Turkish

How to count in Turkish (Türkçe), a Turkic language spoken mainly in Turkey, Northern Cyprus, Germany and Bulgaria.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, sg = singular, pl = plural

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 bir birinci
2 iki ikinci
3 üç üçüncü
4 dört dördüncü
5 beş beşinci
6 altı altıncı
7 yedi yedinci
8 sekiz sekizinci
9 dokuz dokuzuncu
10 on onuncu
20 yirmi yirminci
30 otuz otuzuncu
40 kırk kırkıncı
50 elli ellinci
60 altmış altmışıncı
70 yetmiş yetmişinci
80 seksen sekseninci
90 doksan doksanıncı
100 yüz yüzüncü
1000 bin bininci
1.000.000 bir milyon bir milyonuncu
1 billion bir milyar bir milyarıncı
1 trillion bir trilyon bir trilyonuncu
1 quadrillion bir katrilyon bir katrilyoncu
1 quintillion bir katrilyar bir katrilyarıncı

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Other cardinals and ordinals can be composed of these building blocks.

For example

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Numbers in Turkic languages

Altay, Altay (Teleut dialect), Altay (Tubalar dialect), Äynu, Azerbaijani, Bashkir, Chagatai, Chelkan, Chulym, Chuvash, Crimean Tatar, Dolgan, Gagauz, Ili Turki, Karachay-Balkar, Karaim, Karakalpak, Kazakh, Khakas, Khalaj, Khorasani Turkic, Kumandy, Kumyk, Kyrgyz, Nagaibak, Nogai, Old Turkic, Qashqai, Romanian Tatar, Salar, Shor, Soyot, Tatar, Teleut, Tofa, Turkish, Turkmen, Tuvan, Urum, Uyghur, Uzbek, Western Yugur, Yakut

Numbers in other languages

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