Turoyo numbers

How to count in Turoyo (ܛܘܪܝܐ / ܣܘܪܝܬ) an Eastern Aramaic language spoken in southeastern Turkey and northeastern Syria

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine

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Ordinal Cardinal Numeral
(dw ḥa) ܕܘ ܚܰܐ‎
(qamoyo) ܩܰܡܳܝܐ‎
m - (ḥa) [ħa] ܚܰܐ
f - (ḥḏoo) ܚܕ݂ܳܐ‎
1
(dat tre) ܕܰܬ ܬܪܶܐ
(trayono) ܬܪܰܝܳܢܐ‎
m - (tre) [tre] ܬܠܳܬ݂ܐ
f - (tarte) ܬܰܪܬܶܐ‎
2
(dat tloṯo) ܬܠܝܬ݂ܳܝܐ‎
(tliṯoyo) ܬܪܰܝܳܢܐ‎
m - (tloṯo) [tloθo] ܕܰܬ ܬܠܳܬ݂ܐ‎
f - (tlëṯ) ܬܠܷܬ݂‎
3
(dan arbco) ܬܠܝܬ݂ܳܝܐ‎
(rbicoyo) ܪܒܝܥܳܝܐ‎
m - (arbco) [arbʕo] ܕܰܢ ܐܰܪܒܥܐ‎
f - (arbac) ܐܰܪܒܰܥ‎
4
(daḥ ḥamšo) ܕܰܚ ܚܰܡܫܐ‎
(ḥmišoyo) ܚܡܝܫܳܝܐ‎
m - (ḥamšo) [ħamʃo] ܚܰܡܫܐ‎
f - (ḥammëš) ܚܰܡܡܷܫ‎
5
(dan ëšto) ܕܰܢ ܐܷܫܬܐ‎‎
(štiṯoyo) ܫܬܝܬ݂ܳܝܐ‎
m - (ëšto) [əʃto] ܐܷܫܬܐ
f - (šeṯ) ܫܶܬ݂‎
6
(daš šawco) ܕܰܫ ܫܰܘܥܐ‎
(šbicoyo) ܫܒܝܥܳܝܐ‎
m - (šawco) [ʃawʕo] ܫܰܘܥܐ
f - (šwac) ܫܘܰܥ‎
7
(dat tmanyo) ܕܰܬ ܬܡܰܢܝܐ‎
(tminoyo) ܬܡܝܢܳܝܐ‎
m - (tmanyo) [tmanjo] ܬܡܰܢܝܐ
f - (tmone) ܫܘܰܥ‎
8
(dat tëšco) ܕܰܬ ܬܷܫܥܐ‎
(tšicoyo) ܬܫܝܥܳܝܐ‎‎
m - (tëšco) [təʃʕo] ܬܷܫܥܐ
f - (tšac) ܬܫܰܥ‎
9
(dac casro) ܕܰܥ ܥܰܣܪܐ‎
(csiroyo) ܥܣܝܪܳܝܐ‎
m - (casro) [ʕasˤro] ܥܰܣܪܐ
f - (csar) ܥܣܰܪ‎
10

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