Numbers in Ladakhi

How to count in Ladakhi (ལ་​དྭགས་​སྐད་​), a Tibetic language spoken mainly in the Leh district of Ladakh in northern India.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 (༡) གཅིག་​ (chik)
2 (༢) གཉིས་​ (nyis)
3 (༣) གསུམ་​ (sum)
4 (༤) བཞི་​ (zhi)
5 (༥) ལྔ་​ (nga)
6 (༦) གྲུག་​ (druk)
7 (༧) བདུན་​ (dun)
8 (༨) བརྐུད་​ (gyad)
9 (༩) དགུ་​ (gu)
10 (༡༠) བཅུ་​ (chu)
11 (༡༡) (chug tzik)
12 (༡༢) (chug nyis)
13 (༡༣) (chug sum)
14 (༡༤) (chug zhi)
15 (༡༥) (chug nga)
16 (༡༦) (chug ruk)
17 (༡༧) (chub dun)
18 (༡༨) (chob gyat)
19 (༡༩) (chur gu)
20 (༢༠) གཉིས་​བཅུ་​ (nyis chu)
30 (༣༠) གསུམ་​བཅུ་​ (sum chu)
40 (༤༠) བཞི་​བཅུ་​ (zhi chu)
50 (༥༠) ལྔ་​བཅུ་​ (nga chu)
60 (༦༠) གྲུག་​བཅུ་​ (druk chu)
70 (༧༠) བདུན་​བཅུ་​ (dun chu)
80 (༨༠) བརྐུད་​བཅུ་​ (gyad chu)
90 (༩༠) དགུ་​བཅུ་​ (gu chu)
100 (༡༠༠) བགྱ་​ (gya)
1,000 (༢༠༠) སྟང་​གཅིག་​ (stongchik)

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