Numbers in Middle Welsh

How to count in Middle Welsh (Kymraec), a form of Welsh spoken from the 12th to about the 15th century.

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  Cardinal Ordinal
1 un kyntaf
2 deu (m) dwy (f) eil
3 tri (m) teir (f) trydy(d) (m)
tryde(d) (f)
4 pedwar (m) pedeir (f) pedwyryd (m)
pedwyred (f)
5 pym(p), pum(p) pymhet
6 chwe(ch) chwechet
7 seith [sei̯θ] seithuet
8 wyth, oeth wythuet
9 naw nawuet
10 dec decuet
11 un ar dec uneut ar dec, undecuet
12 deudec deudecuet
13 tri/teir ar dec trydydec
14 pedwar/pedair ar dec
15 pymthec
16 un ar bymthec
17 deu/dwy ar bymthec
18 tri/teir ar bymthec
19 pedwar/pedeir ar bymthec
20 ugeint ugeinuet
21 un ar hugein(t)
30 dec a hugein(t)
40 deu ugein(t) deugein(t)
50 dec a dugein(t)
60 tri ugein(t) trugein(t)
80 pedwar ugein(t)
90 dec a phedwar ugein(t)
100 can(t) canuet
101 cant ac un, un a chant
120 chwe ugein(t)
140 seith ugein(t)
160 wyth ugein(t)
180 naw ugein(t)
200 deucant
300 trychant
1,000 mil


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