How to count in Proto-Brythonic, the reconstructed ancestor of the Brythonic branch of the Insular Celtic languages (Welsh, Cornish, Breton and Cumbric). It is also known as Common Brittonic, and was spoken from about the 6th century BC to the 6th century AD in most of Great Britain south of the Firth of Forth.
If any of the numbers are links, you can hear a recording by clicking on them. If you can provide recordings, please contact me.
|1||ʉn [ʉːn]||kɨnthaβ̃ [kɘntˈhaβ̃]|
|2||dọw [daː]||ėl [ˈe̝ːlˑ]|
|3||tri [triː]||trɨdɨð [trɨˈdɨːð]|
|4||pedwar [pɛdˈwaːr]||pėdwėrɨð [pe̝dwe̝ˈrˑɨːð]|
|5||pɨmp [pɨmp]||pɨmped [pɘmˈpɛːd]|
|6||hwex [ˈhwɛːx]||hwexed [hwɛˈxɛːd]|
|10||deg [dɛːɡ]||degβ̃ed [dɛɡˈβ̃ɛːd]|
Why not share this page:
Note: all links on this site to Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.fr are affiliate links. This means I earn a commission if you click on any of them and buy something. So by clicking on these links you can help to support this site.
If you're looking for home or car insurance in the UK, why not try Policy Expert?