Numbers in Polish (Polski)

How to count in Polish, a West Slavic language spoken mainly in Poland.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter, mp = masculine personal, c = collective

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  Cardinal numbers
0 zero
1 jeden (m)
jedna (f)
jedno (n)
2 dwa (m)
dwaj/dwóch (mp)
dwie (f)
dwoje (c)
3 trzy (m)
trzej/trzech (mp)
troje (c)
4 cztery (m)
czterej/czterech (mp)
czworo (c)
5 pięć
6 sześć
7 siedem
8 osiem
9 dziewięć
10 dziesięć
11 jedenaście
12 dwanaście
13 trzynaście
14 czternaście
15 piętnaście
16 szesnaście
17 siedemnaście
18 osiemnaście
19 dziewiętnaście
20 dwadzieścia
30 trzydzieści
40 czterdzieści
50 pięćdziesiąt
60 sześćdziesiąt
70 siedemdziesiąt
80 osiemdziesiąt
90 dziewięćdziesiąt
100 sto
1000 tysiąc

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