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Numbers in Jèrriais

How to count in Jèrriais, a Romance language related to Norman French and spoken on the Channel Island of Jersey.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 iun (m) ieune (f) preunmié
2 deux deuxième
3 trais traîsième
4 quat', quatre  
5 chîn(q)  
6 six, siêx  
7 sept  
8 huit  
9 neuf  
10 dgix  
11 onze  
12 douze  
13 treize  
14 quatorze  
15 tchînze  
16 seize  
17 dgiêx-sept  
18 dgiêx-huit  
19 dgiêx-neuf  
20 vîngt  
21 vîngt'tch'ieune  
22 vîngt-deux  
23 vîngt-trais  
24 vîngt-quat'  
25 vîngt-chînq  
26 vîngt-six  
27 vîngt-sept  
28 vîngt-huit  
29 vîngt-neuf  
30 trente  
40 quarante  
50 chînquante  
60 souaixante  
70 septante  
80 quat'-vîngts, huiptante  
90 nénante  
100 chent  
200 deux chents  
300 trais chents  
400 quat' chents  
500 chîn chents  
600 siêx chents  
700 sept chents  
800 huit chents  
900 neuf chents  
1000 mille  
2000 deux mille  
3000 trais mille  
4000 quat' mille  
5000 chîn mille  
6000 siêx mille  
7000 sept mille  
8000 huit mille  
9000 neuf mille  
1.000.000 un million  

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Links

Information about numbers and counting in Jèrriais
http://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-jerriais/en/fra-jer/
http://officedujerriais.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/numbers-in-jerriais.html

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