Numbers in Croatian (Hrvatski)

How to count in Croatian, a South Slavic language spoken mainly in Croatia.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter

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  Cardinal numbers
0 nula
1 jedan
2 dva
3 tri
4 četiri
5 pet
6 šest
7 sedam
8 osam
9 devet
10 deset
11 jedanaest
12 dvanaest
13 trinaest
14 četrnaest
15 petnaest
16 šesnaest
17 sedamnaest
18 osamnaest
19 devetnaest
20 dvadeset
30 trideset
40 četrdeset
50 pedeset
60 šezdeset
70 sedamdeset
80 osamdeset
90 devetdeset
100 sto
1000 tisuća

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