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Numbers in Marathi

How to count in Marathi (मराठी), an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

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Numerals Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
० (0) शून्य (śūn'ya)
१ (1) एक (ēk) पहिला (pahilā)
२ (2) दोन (dōn) दुसरा (dusarā)
३ (3) तीन (tīn) तिसरा (tisarā)
४ (4) चार (cār) चौथा (cauthā)
५ (5) पाच (pāc) पाचवा (pācavā)
६ (6) सहा (sahā) सहावा (sahāvā)
७ (7) सात (sāt) सातवा (sātavā)
८ (8) आठ (āṭh) आठवा (āṭhavā)
९ (9) नऊ (na'ū) नववा (navavā)
१० (10) दहा (dahā) दहावा (dahāvā)
११ (11) अकरा (akarā) अकरावा (akarāvā)
१२ (12) बारा (bārā) बारावा (bārāvā)
१३ (13) तेरा (tērā) तेरावा (tērāvā)
१४ (14) चौदा (caudā) चौदावा (caudāvā)
१५ (15) पंधरा (pandharā) पंधरावा (pandharāvā)
१६ (16) सोळा (sōḷā) सोळावा (sōḷāvā)
१७ (17) सतरा (satarā) सतरावा (satarāvā)
१८ (18) अठरा (aṭharā) अठरावा (aṭharāvā)
१९ (19) एकोणीस (ēkōṇīs) एकोणीसावा (ēkōṇīsāvā)
२० (20) वीस (vīs) विसावा (visāvā)
२१ (21) एकवीस (ēkavīs)
२२ (22) बावीस (bāvīs)
२३ (23) तेवीस (tēvīs)
२४ (24) चोवीस (cōvīs)
२५ (25) पंचवीस (pan̄cavīs)
२६ (26) सव्वीस (savvīs)
२७ (27) सत्तावीस (sattāvīs)
२८ (28) अठ्ठावीस (aṭhṭhāvīs)
२९ (29) एकोणतीस (ēkōṇatīs)
३० (30) तीस (tīs)
४० (40) चाळीस (cāḷīs)
५० (50) पन्नास (pannās)
६० (60) साठ (sāṭh)
७० (70) सत्तर (sattar)
८० (80) ऐंशी (ainśī)
९० (90) नव्वद (navvad)
१०० (100) शंभर (śambhar)
१००० (1,000) एक हजार (ek hajār)
१००००
(10,000)
दहा हजार (dahā hajār)
१०००००
(100,000)
एक लक्ष (ek lakṣa)
१००००००
(1,000,000)
दहा लक्ष (dahā lakṣa)

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Links

Information about Marathi numbers
http://learn101.org/marathi_numbers.php
http://kaushiklele-learnmarathi.blogspot.com/2012/07/numbers-in-marathi.html
https://www.marathigrammar.com/marathi-numbers/
http://mylanguages.org/marathi_numbers.php

Information about Marathi | Phrases | Numbers | Colours | Tower of Babel

Numbers in Indo-Aryan languages

Assamese, Bengali, Domari, Garhwali, Gujarati, Hajong, Hindi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Odia (Oriya), Palula, Punjabi, Rohingya, Sindhi, Sinhala, Sylheti, Torwali, Urdu

Numbers in other languages

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