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Numbers in Dothraki

How to count in Dothraki, is a constructed language created by David J. Peterson for the television series, Game of Thrones, and based on the invented words and phrases used in George R. R. Martin's series of books entitled A Song of Ice and Fire.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 som  
1 at atak
2 akat akatak
3 sen senak
4 tor torak
5 mek mekak
6 zhinda zhindak
7 fekh fekhak
8 ori orik
9 qazat qazatak
10 thi thik
11 atthi  
12 akatthi  
13 senthi  
14 torthi  
15 mekthi  
16 zhinthi, zhindatthi  
17 fekhthi  
18 oritthi  
19 qazatthi  
20 chakat  
21 chakat ma at, chakat m’at  
22 chakat ma akat  
23 chakat ma sen  
24 chakat ma tor  
25 chakat ma mek  
26 chakat ma zhinda  
27 chakat ma fekh  
28 chakat ma ori  
29 chakat ma qazat  
30 chisen  
40 chitor  
50 chimek  
60 chizhinda  
70 chifekh  
80 chori  
90 chiqazat  
100 ken  
200 akatken  
300 senken  
400 torken  
500 mekken  
600 zhindaken  
700 fekhken  
800 oriken  
900 qazatken  
1,000 dalen  
2,000 akat dalen  
2,011 akat dalen ma atthi, akat dalen ma’tthi  
3,000 sen dalen  
4,000 tor dalen  
5,000 mek dalen  
6,000 zhinda dalen  
7,000 fekh dalen  
8,000 ori dalen  
9,000 qazat dalen  
1,000,000 yor  

Source: The Unofficial Dothraki Dictionary. Lajaki (Richard Littauer). 2016

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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