Numbers in Värmlandic

How to count in Värmlandic (varmlansk), a group of Swedish dialects spoken in Värmland in western Sweden.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 nôll
1 é (f) en (m) ett (n) först
2 två anner
3 tré trejd
4 fyr fjaal
5 fem femt
6 sex sjet; sext
7 sju sjunn
8 ót óten
9 ni nien
10 ti tien
11 elev elft
12 tôlv tôlft
13 tretan treten
14 fjortan fjorten
15 femtan femten
16 sextan sexten
17 sjöttan sjötten
18 artan arten
19 nittan nitten
20 tjug tjugen
21 tjuett tjuförst
22 tjutvå tjuanner
23 tjutré tjutrejd
24 tjufyr tjufjaal
25 tjufem tjufemt
26 shusex tjusjet
27 tjusju tjusjund
28 tjuót tjuóten
29 tjuni shunien
30 treti tretien
40 förti förtien
50 femti femtien
60 sexti sextien
70 sjutti sjuttien
80 óti ótien
90 nitti nittien
100 hunner hundra
200 två hunner
300 tré hunner
1000 (ett) tusen tusen
2000 två tusen
3000 tré tusen
1 million en miljon
1 billion en miljard
1 trillion en biljon


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Värmlandic is a group of Swedish dialects spoken in Värmland in western Sweden.

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Numbers in Germanic languages

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