Time in Breton

How to tell the time in Breton, a Celtic language spoken in Brittany in the northwest of France.

Telling the time | Days of the week | Months of the year | Seasons

Telling the time

English Breton (Brezhoneg)
What time is it? Pet eur eo?
It's one o'clock Un eur eo
It's quarter past one Un eur ha kard eo
It's half past one Un eur hanter eo
It's quarter to two Div eur nemet kard eo
It's two o'clock Div eur eo
It's quarter past two Div eur ha kard eo
It's half past two Div eur hanter eo
It's quarter to three Tri eur nemet kard eo
It's three o'clock Tri eur eo
It's quarter past three Tri eur ha kard eo
It's half past three Tri eur hanter eo
It's quarter to four Peder eur nemet kard eo
It's four o'clock Peder eur eo
It's quarter past four Peder eur ha kard eo
It's half past four Peder eur hanter eo
It's quarter to five Pemp eur nemet kard eo
It's five o'clock Pemp eur eo
It's quarter past five Pemp eur ha kard eo
It's half past five Pemp eur hanter eo
It's quarter to six C'hwec'h eur nemet kard eo
It's six o'clock C'hwec'h eur eo
It's quarter past six C'hwec'h eur ha kard eo
It's half past six C'hwec'h eur hanter eo
It's quarter to seven Seizh eur nemet kard eo
It's seven o'clock Seizh eur eo
It's quarter past seven Seizh eur ha kard eo
It's half past seven Seizh eur hanter eo
It's quarter to eight Eizh eur nemet kard eo
It's eight o'clock Eizh eur eo
It's quarter past eight Eizh eur ha kard eo
It's half past eight Eizh eur hanter eo
It's quarter to nine Nav eur nemet kard eo
It's nine o'clock Nav eur eo
It's quarter past nine Nav eur ha kard eo
It's half past nine Nav eur hanter eo
It's quarter to ten Dek eur nemet kard eo
It's ten o'clock Dek eur eo
It's quarter past ten Dek eur ha kard eo
It's half past ten Dek eur hanter eo
It's quarter to eleven Unnek eur nemet kard eo
It's eleven o'clock Unnek eur eo
It's quarter past eleven Unnek eur ha kard eo
It's half past eleven Unnek eur hanter eo
It's quarter to twelve Daouzek eur nemet kard eo
It's twelve o'clock Daouzek eur eo
It's quarter past twelve Daouzek eur ha kard eo
It's half past twelve Daouzek eur hanter eo
It's quarter to one Un eur nemet kard eo
it's midnight Hanternoz eo
it's midday Kreisteiz eo
in the morning ar mintin
in the afternoon en endervezh / goude kreisteiz
in the evening en noz

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Days of the week

Monday dilun
Tuesday dimeurz
Wednesday dimerher
Thursday diriaou
Friday digwener
Saturday disadorn
Sunday disul

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Months of the year

January miz Genver
February miz C'hwevrer
March miz Meurzh
April miz Ebrel
May miz Mae
June miz Mezheven
July miz Gouere
August miz Eost
September miz Gwengolo
October miz Here
November miz Du
December miz Kerzu

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Seasons

Spring nevez-amzer
Summer hañv
Autumn/Fall diskar-amzer
Winter goañv

Translations compiled by Simon Ager

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