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Numbers in Cimbrian (Tzimbrisch)

How to count in Cimbrian, a Germanic language spoken in parts of northeast Italy.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 òan
òondar (m),
òas (n),
òona (f)
èerste
2 sbéen (m & n)
sbòa (f)
sbéente
3 drai dràite
4 vìare vìarte
5 bümbe bümte
6 zèkse zèkste
7 zìbane zìbante
8 achte achtete
9 nòine nòine
10 sègane sègante
11 ölbe ölbte
12 sbölbe sbölbte
13 dràitzane dràitzante
14 vìartzane vìartzante
15 büusane büusante
16 zèchsane zèchsante
17 zìbantzane zìbantzante
18 àchtzane àchtzante
19 nòintzane nòintzante
20 sbòanskh sbòanskhte
(-te from here on)
21 òan-un-sbòanskh  
22 sbéen-un-sbòanskh  
23 drai-un-sbòanskh  
24 viar-un-sbòanskh  
25 bümb-un-sbòanskh  
26 zèks-un-sbòanskh  
27 zìban-un-sbòanskh  
28 acht-un-sbòanskh  
29 nòin-un-sbòanskh  
30 dràiskh  
40 ìarskh  
50 büuskh  
60 zèskh  
70 zìbanskh  
80 askh  
90 nòinskh  
100 hundart  
1000 tàuzing  
10.000 sègan tàuzing  
100.000 hundart tàuzing  
1.000.000 an miliùun  

Source: http://www.cimbri7comuni.it/images/contents/Dizionario_della_lingua_CIMBRA_dei_Sette_Comuni_vicentini.pdf

Information compiled by Michael Peter Füstumum

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