How to count in Bhojpuri (भोजपुरी), a Bihari language spoken mainly in north-central and eastern India, and also in Nepal, Mauritius and South Africa.
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|Numerals||Cardinal numbers||Ordinal numbers|
|१ (1)||एक (ek)||पहिला (pahilā)|
|२ (2)||दु (du)||दुसर (dusar)|
|३ (3)||तीन (tīn)||तीसर (tīsar)|
|४ (4)||चार (cār)||चउथा (cauthā)|
|५ (5)||पान (pān), पाँच (pāṃc)||पँच्व (pãṃcva)|
|६ (6)||छव (chav)||छठ्व (chaṭhva)|
|७ (7)||सात (sāt)||सत्वाँ (satvāṃ)|
|८ (8)||आठ (āṭh)||अठवाँ (aṭhvāṃ)|
|९ (9)||नव (nav)||नउअँ (nauāṃ)|
|१० (10)||दस (das)||दस्वाँ (dasvāṃ)|
|१०० (100)||एक सव (ek sav)|
|५०० (500)||पान सव (pān sav)|
|१,००० (1,000)||एक हजार (ek hajār)|
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Information about Bhojpuri numbers
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