How to count in West Flemish (West-Vlams), a West Germanic language spoken in western Belgium and also in France and the Netherlands.
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|1||èèn, ièn, ien, jin|
|2||tweje, twè, twji, twêe, twé, twjè|
|7||zeevn, zeevne, zeevn|
|11||elve, èève, ejve|
|20||twientig, twinte(h), twintig|
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