Numbers in Neapolitan

How to count in Neapolitan (napulitano), a Romance language spoken by in southern Italy, especially in the city of Naples, and in Campania and Lazio.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 zèro
1 uno, no (m) una, na (f) primmo
2 duje, dduje (m) doje, ddoje, roje (f) seconno
3 tre, tréje tiérzo
4 quatto quarto
5 cinco, cinche quinto
6 seje sesto
7 sette settemo
8 otto uttavo
9 nove nono
10 diece, riece, rieci decemo
11 únnere, unnece unnecesemo
12 dudece, durece dudecesemo
13 tridece, trìrece
14 quattuòrdece quatturdicesemo
15 quìnnece
16 sìdece, sìrece
17 dicesette, decessette, dicessètte
18 diciotto, decedotto, diciòtte
19 dicennove, decennove, dicennòve
20 vinte ventesemo
21 vinte e uno ventunesemo
30 trenta
40 quaranta quarantesemo
50 cinquanta cinquantesemo
60 sissanta
70 sittanta
80 uttanta
90 nuvanta
100 ciento centesemo
200 duiciento
300 treciento
400 quattuciento
500 cincuciento
1.000 mìlle millesemo
1 million nu melióne
1 billion nu meliardo

Hear some numbers in Neapolitan:

Information about counting in Neapolitan
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Neapolitan/numbers
https://it.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/Napoletano/Numeri
https://app.memrise.com/course/91284/basic-neapolitan-nnapulitano/12/
https://app.memrise.com/course/91284/basic-neapolitan-nnapulitano/13/

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