Numbers in Yaghnobi

How to count in Yaghnobi (yaɣnobī́ zivók / яғнобӣ зивок), an Eastern Iranian language spoken in the Yaghnob valley in northwestern Tajikistan.

Yaghnobi only has traditional numerals from 1 to 10. From 11 up Tajiki numerals are used.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 ī, ӣ [i]
2 du, ду [du], dū, дӯ
3 se, се
tiráy [tiɾai] - East dialect
saráy, siráy [saɾai] - West dialect
4 tifór, tufór, tafór, туфор [tᵊfoɾ]
5 panč, панҷ [pantʃ]
6 uxš, ухш [uxʃ]
7 aft, avt [avd]
8 ašt, ашт [aʃt]
9 naw, нав [naw]
10 daš, даш [daʃ]
11 yozdáh, ёздаҳ [jozdah]
12 duvozdáh, дувоздаҳ [duvozdah]
13 senzdáh, сенздаҳ [sɛnzdah]
14 čordáh, чордаҳ [tʃoɾdah]
15 ponzdáh, понздаҳ [ponzdah]
16 šonzdáh, шонздаҳ [ʃonzdah]
17 habdáh, ҳабдаҳ [habdah], havdá
18 haždáh, ҳаждаҳ [haʒdah]
19 nūzdáh, нуздаҳ [nuzdah]
20 bīst, бист [bist]
21 bīstuyak, бистуяк [bistujak]
22 bīstudu, бистуду [bistudu]
23 bīstuse, бистусе [bistusɛ]
24 bīstučor, бистучор [bistutʃoɾ]
25 bīstupanč, биступанҷ [bistupantʃ]
26 bīstušaš, бистушаш [bistuʃaʃ]
27 bīstuhaft, бистуҳафт [bistuhaft]
28 bīstuhašt, бистуҳашт [bistuhaʃt]
29 bīstunūh, бистунӯҳ [bistunuh]
30 sī, сӣ [si]
40 čil, чил [tʃil]
50 panǰoh, панҷох [pandʃoh], pinǰo
60 šast, шаст [ʃast]
70 haftod, ҳафтод [haftod]
80 haštód, ҳаштод [haʃtod]
90 navád, навад [navad]
100 sad, сад [sad]
1,000 hazór, ҳазор [hazoɾ]

Source: А.Л. Хромов, Ягнобский язык, издательство «Наука», Москва – 1972.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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