Numbers in Istro-Romanian

How to count in Istro-Romanian (rumârește), a Balkan language spoken on the Istrian peninsula in the northwest of Croatia.

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

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 ur (m), urę, ura (f), uro (n) pârvi (m), pârvę, pârva (f), pârvo (n)
2 doi̯ (m), do (f) doi̯le (m), dova (f), dovo (n)
3 trei̯ trei̯le (m), trei̯a (f), trei̯o (n)
4 patru påtrile (m), påtra (f)
5 činč, ținț ćinćile (m), ćinća (f)
6 șåse șåsele (m), șåsa (f)
7 șåpte șåptele (m), șåpta (f)
8 opt, osân, osâm osmule (m), osma (f)
9 devet devetile (m), deveta (f)
10 zęče, deset desetile (m), deseta (f)
11 i̯edânai̯st
12 dvanai̯st
13 trinai̯st
20 dvadeset
21 dvadeset și ur
22 dvadeset și doi̯
23 dvadeset și trei̯
24 dvadeset și patru
25 dvadeset și činč
26 dvadeset și șåse
27 dvadeset și șåpte
28 dvadeset și opt
29 dvadeset și devet
30 trideset
50 ćinćvotezåće
100 sto
200 dvisto
300 trísto
1,000 miľe, mil’år, tisuť, tåvžânt

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