Numbers in Old Turkic

Details of how to count in Old Turkic, a Siberian Turkic language that was spoken in parts of East and Central Asia and Eastern Europe between the 7th and 13th centuries AD.

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Ordinal Cardinal Numeral
(ilk) 𐰃𐰠𐰚‎ (bir) 𐰋𐰃𐰼 1
(eki) 𐰚𐰃 , (eki) 𐰛𐰃‎ 2
(üčünč) 𐰇𐰲𐰨 (üč) 𐰇𐰲, (üč) 𐰇𐰳‎‎ 3
(tört) 𐱅𐰇𐰼𐱅 4
(béšinč) 𐰋𐰃𐰾𐰨‎ (béš) 𐰋𐰃𐱁, (beš) 𐰋𐱁‎, ‎ (béš) 𐰌𐰂𐱀 5
(altï) 𐰞𐱃𐰃, (altï) 𐰞𐱄𐰃 6
(yeti) 𐰘𐱅𐰃 7
(säkiz) 𐰾𐰚𐰔 8
(toquz) 𐱃𐰸𐰆𐰔‎ 9
(onunč) 𐰆𐰣𐰨‎ (on) 𐰆𐰣 10
yigirmi, yégirmi 20
(otuz) 𐰆𐱃𐰆𐰔 30
(qïrq) 𐰴𐰃𐰼𐰶 40
(älig) 𐰠𐰏 50
(altmïš) 𐰞𐱄𐰢𐱀‎ 60
(yētmiš) 𐰘𐱅𐰢𐰾‎ 70
(säkiz on) 𐰾𐰚𐰔 𐰆𐰣 80
(toquz on) 𐰆𐰣 ‎𐱃𐰸𐰆𐰔 90
(yüz) 𐰘𐰇𐰕 100
(biŋ) 𐰋𐰃𐰭 , (bïŋ) 𐰉𐰃𐰭‎ 1,000

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