Khalaj numbers

How to count in Khalaj (خلج دێلێ), a Southern Turkic language spoken mainly in northern Iran.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 [biː] (bî) بێ
2 [ækki] (əkki) اكی
3 [yʃ] (üș) ۆش
4 [tœːɾt] (töört) تٶرت
5 [beːʃ] (bêş) بیئش
6 [alta] (alta) التا
7 [jeːtti] (yättä) ىࢨتٍي
8 [sækkiz] (səkkiz) سكیز
9 [toqquz] (toqquz) توققۇز
10 [oːn] (on) ئون
11 (on bir) ئون بىر
12 (on ikki) ئون ئىككى
13 (on üch) ئون ئۈچ
14 (on töt) ئون تۆت
15 (on bäsh) ئون بەش
16 (on altä) ئون ئالتە
17 (on yättä) ئون يەتتە
18 (on säkkiz) ئون سەككىز
19 (on toqquz) ئون توققۇز
20 [ji.iɾ.mi] (yigirmä) يىگىرمە
30 [hot.tuz] (hottuz) هوتوز
40 [qiɾq] (qiriq) قىرىق
50 [æl.li] (ällik) ئەللىك
60 [alt.miʃ] (altmış) التمؽش
70 [jæt.miʃ] (yətmiş) یتمیش
80 [saʲ.san] (säksän) سەكسەن
90 [toqx.san] (yətmiş) یتمیش
100 [jyːz] (yüz) يۈز
1000 [miŋk] (miñg) میڴگ

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Information about Khalaj numbers
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Khalaj_numerals
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Халаджский_язык#Числительные
https://lingweb.eva.mpg.de/channumerals/Khalaj.htm

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