Numbers in Old Breotn

How to count in Old Breton (Brethonoc), a form of Breton spoken from about 800-1100 AD.

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  Cardinal Ordinal
1 un
2 dou eil
3 tri tride, treded, trete
4 petguar petguare
5 pemp
6 chouech
7 seith
8 eith
9 nau
10 dec
20 ucent
30 tricont

Sources
http://devri.bzh/
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Breton_numerals
https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/Catégorie:Adjectifs_numéraux_en_breton

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