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Numbers in Twi

Information about counting in Twi, a variety of Akan, a member of the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo language family spoken in Ghana.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 ohunu
1 baako
2 mmienu
3 mmiɛnsa
4 ɛnan, nan
5 enum, num
6 ensia, nsia
7 ɛnson, nson
8 nwɔtwe
9 ɛnkron, nkron
10 edu, du
11 dubaako
12 dummienu
13 dummiɛnsa
14 dunan
15 dunum
16 dunsia
17 dunson
18 dunwɔtwe
19 du nkron
20 aduonu
20 aduonu
21 aduonu baako
22 aduonu mmienu
23 aduonu mmiɛnsa
24 aduonu nan
25 aduonu num
26 aduonu nsia
27 aduonu nson
28 aduonu nwɔtwe
29 aduonu nkron,
30 aduasa
40 aduanan
50 aduonum
60 aduosia
70 aduoson
80 aduɔwɔtwe
90 aduɔkron
100 ɔha
101 ɔha ne baako
200 ahanu
300 ahasa
400 ahanan
500 ahanum
600 ahansia
700 ahanson
800 ahanwɔtwe
900 ahankron
1000 apem
2000 mpem mmienu, mpenu
3000 mpem mmiɛnsa
4000 mpem nan
5000 mpem num
6000 mpem nsia
7000 mpem nson
8000 mpem nwɔtwe
9000 mpem nkron
10,000 mpem du
1 million ɔpepem
1 billion ɔpepepem

Hear some of these numbers

Information about Twi numbers
http://nkyea.com/blog/how-to-count-in-asante-twi/
https://www.learnakan.com/numbers-in-twi-how-to-count-in-twi/
https://www.memrise.com/course/543632/numbers-in-akan-twi-akuapem-dialect/
https://quizlet.com/4725895/twi-numbers-1-40-flash-cards/
https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Twi_phrasebook

If you would like to make any corrections or additions to this page, or if you can provide recordings, please contact me.

Information about Twi | Phrases | Numbers | Tower of Babel

Numbers in Atlantic-Congo languages

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