Celtic cognates - Numbers

This page contains numbers that are cognate in all or some of the six modern Celtic languages.

Click on the English versions that are links and you will be taken to the Celtiadur, where you can see what each word means, and how some of them are pronounced. There are also details of related words and expressions, and words in older versions of the Celtic languages, such as Middle Welsh and Old Irish. More Celtic Cognates


aon aon nane/un un onan unan one
dha da dau (m)
dwy (f)
dew (m)
diw (f)
daou (m)
div (f)
trí trì tree tri (m)
tair (f)
tri (m)
teyr (f)
tri (m)
teir (f)
ceathar ceithir kiare pedwar (m)
pedair (f)
peswar (m)
peder (f)
pevar (m)
peder (f)
cúig cóig queig pump pymp pemp five
sia shey chwech hwegh c'hwec'h six
seacht seachd siaght saith seyth seizh seven
ocht ochd hoght wyth eth eizh eight
naoi naoi nuy naw naw nav nine
deich deich jeih deg deg dek ten
fiche fichead feed ugain ugens ugent twenty
tríocha trichead treead tregont thirty
céad ceud keead cant kans kant hundred
míle mìle meeiley mil mil mil 1,000


Numbers in Celtic languages

Proto-Celtic, Celtiberian, Gaulish, Proto-Brythonic, Cumbric, Old Welsh, Middle Welsh, Welsh, Middle Cornish, Cornish, Old Breton, Middle Breton, Breton Old Irish, Middle Irish, Irish, Manx, Scottish Gaelic

Numbers in other languages

Alphabetical index | Language family index

Celtic cognates

Complete Cognates, Partial Cognates . Cognates arranged thematically: Adjectives | Animals | Birds | Clothes | Colours | Conjunctions | Countries | Directions | Food and Drink | Landscape | Languages | Metals | Musical terms | Numbers | Parts of the body | People | Pronouns | Prepositions | Sea creatures | Time expressions | Trees and Plants | Verbs | Weather | Tools | Other words | Names


A collection of Celtic cognates, with definitions, pronunciation, etymologies - includes the modern Celtic languages, older versions of these languages, such as Middle Welsh, Old Irish, and their extinct and reconstructed relatives and ancestors, including Gaulish, Celtiberian, Proto-Brythonic and Proto-Celtic.


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Stòr-fhaclan Co-dhàimheil Ceilteach (Database of Celtic cognates)

McBain's Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language

Information about Celtic languages

Breton, Celtiberian, Cornish, Cumbric, Gaulish, Irish, Lepontic, Lusitanian, Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh


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