Dominican Creole numbers

How to count in Dominican Creole (kwéyòl), a French-based creole spoken in Dominica.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 nòt, zéwo
1 yon, yonn pwémyè
2 dézyènm
3 twa twazyènm
4 kat katriyènm
5 senk senkyènm
6 sis sizyènm
7 sèt sètyènm
8 wit wityènm
9 nèf nèvyènm
10 dis disyènm
11 wonz
12 douz
13 twèz
14 katòz
15 kinz, tjenz
16 sèz
17 disèt
18 dizwit
19 diznèf
20 ven
21 ventéyon
22 venndé
23 venntwa
24 vennkat
25 vennsenk
26 vennsis
27 vennsèt
28 venntwit
29 venntnèf
30 twant
40 kawant
50 senkant
60 swasant
70 swasantdis
80 katwèven
90 katwèvendis
100 san
1 000 mil
10 000 di mil
100 000 san mil
1 000 000 yon milyon
1 000 000 000 yon milya

Information about counting in Dominican Creole French
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominican_Creole_French
https://www.avirtualdominica.com/project/creole-kweyol-language/

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