How to count in Istriot (Lèngua Eîstriota), a Romance language spoken in the south west of the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia
Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
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|2||dui, duj [duj]|
|7||siete, sjete, seîe|
|9||nùve, gnove [ˈɲɔve]|
|11||ondaze, ondase, ondiso|
|13||tridaze, tridase [ˈtridase]|
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