Numbers in Proto-Germanic

Numbers in Proto-Germanic, the reconstructed ancestor of the Germanic languages. Only a few words in Proto-Germanic are known, and appear in Latin texts and in inscriptions.

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Cardinal Ordinal
1 *ainaz [ˈɑi̯.nɑz] *frumô [ˈɸru.mɔːː]
2 *twai [twɑi̯] *anþeraz [ˈɑn.θe.rɑz]
3 *þrīz [θriːz] *þridjô [ˈθrið.jɔːː]
4 *fedwōr [ˈɸeð.wɔːr] *fedurþô [ˈɸe.ður.θɔːː]
5 *fimf [ɸimɸ] *fimftô [ˈɸimɸ.tɔː]
6 *sehs [sexs] *sehstô [ˈsexs.tɔːː]
7 *sebun [ˈse.βun] *sebundô [ˈse.βun.dɔːː]
8 *ahtōu [ˈɑx.tɔːu̯] *ahtudô [ˈɑx.tu.ðɔː]
9 *newun [ˈne.wun] *newundô [ˈne.wun.dɔːː]
10 *tehun [ˈte.xun] *tehundô [ˈte.xun.dɔːː]
11 *ainalif [ˈɑi̯.nɑ.liɸ] *ainaliftô
12 *twalif [ˈtwɑ.liɸ] *twaliftô
13 *þritehun [ˈθri.te.xun] *þridjô tehundô
14 *þritehun [ˈɸe.ður.te.xun]
15 *fimftehun [ˈɸimɸ.te.xun]
16 *sehstehun [ˈse.βun.te.xun]
17 *sebuntehun [ˈɸimɸ.te.xun]
18 *ahtōutehun [ˈɑx.tɔːu̯.te.xun]
19 *newuntehun [ˈne.wun.te.xun]
20 *twai tigiwiz [twɑi̯ ˈti.ɣi.wiz]
30 *þrīz tigiwiz [ˈθriːz ˈti.ɣi.wiz]
40 *fedwōr tigiwiz [ˈɸeð.wɔːr ˈti.ɣi.wiz]
50 *fimf tigiwiz [ˈɸimɸ ˈti.ɣi.wiz]
60 *sehs tigiwiz [ˈsexs ˈti.ɣi.wiz]
70 *sebuntēhundą [ˈse.βun.tɛːˌxun.dɑ̃]
80 *ahtōutēhundą [ˈɑx.tɔːu̯.tɛːˌxun.dɑ̃]
90 *newuntēhundą [ˈne.wunˌtɛː.xun.dɑ̃]
100 *hundą [ˈxun.dɑ̃]
1,000 *þūsundī [ˈθuː.sun.diː]



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