Numbers in Kalmyk

How to count in Kalmyk (Хальмг келн), a Mongolic spoken mainly in Kalmykia in the Russian Federation, and also in Mongolia and China.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 ноль (nol’), хоосн (hoosn)
1 негн (nyegn) негдгч (nyegdgç)
2 хойр (hoyr) хойрдгч (hoyrdgç)
3 һурвн (ḥurvn) һурвдгч (ḥurvdgç)
4 дөрвн (dörvn) дөрвдгч (dörvdgç)
5 тавн (tavn) тавдгч (tavdgç)
6 зурһан (zurḥan) зурһадгч (zurḥadgç)
7 долан (dolan) доладгч (doladgç)
8 нәәмн (näämn) нәәмдгч (näämdgç)
9 йисн (yisn) йисдгч (yisdgç)
10 арвн (arvn) арвдгч (arvdgç)
11 арвн негн (arvn nyegn) арвн негдгч (arvn nyegdgç)
20 хөрн (hörn) хөрдгч (hördgç)
21 хөрн негн (hörn nyegn)
30 һучн (ḥuçn) һучдгч (ḥuçdgç)
40 дөчн (döçn) дөчдгч (döçdgç)
50 тәвн (tävn) тәвдгч (tävdgç)
60 җирн (ẓ̌irn) җирдгч (ẓ̌irdgç)
70 далн (daln) далдгч (daldgç)
80 найн (nayn) найдгч (naydgç)
90 йирн (yirn) йирдгч (yirdgç)
100 зун (zun) зуудгч (zuudgç)
101 зун негн (zun nyegn)
111 зун арвн негн (zun arvn nyegn)
200 хойр зун (hoyr zun)
201 хойр зун негн (hoyr zun nyegn)
211 хойр зун арвн негн (hoyr zun arvn nyegn)
1,000 миңһн (miñḥn) миңһдгч (miñḥdgç)
2,000 хойр миңһн (hoyr miñḥn)
10,000 түмн (tùmn)
100,000 бум (bum)
1 million сай (say)

Information provided by Marat Stepanyan

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Sources

http://dictionary.bumbinorn.ru/index.php?a=list&=1
http://словарь.хальмгтангч.рф/
https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Kalmyk_phrasebook#Q33634

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