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Rohingya numbers

How to count in Rohingya (Ruáingga / رُاَࣺينڠَ), an Eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken in parts of Burma and Bangladesh.

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Numeral Cardinal number Ordinal number
0 sifir  
1 ek foóila , cúrut, ek lombór
2 dui dui nombór, dusára
3 tin tesára, tin lombór
4 sair sair lombór
5 fañs  
6  
7 háñt  
8 añctho  
9 no  
10 doc  
11 egaro  
12 baró  
13 teró  
14 soiddó  
15 fundóroh  
16 cúlloh  
17 háñtaroh  
18 añçároh  
19 unnúic  
20 kuri  
21 ekkuri-ek  
22 ekkuri-dui  
23 ekkuri-tin  
24 ekkuri-sair  
25 ekkuri-fañs  
26 ekkuri-só  
27 ekkuri-háñt  
28 ekkuri-añctho  
29 ekkuri-no  
30 tiric  
40 calic  
50 fonjaic  
60 áit  
70 óttoir  
80 ací  
90 nobboi  
100 ek-cót, cót  
101 ekcó-ek  
200 dui-cót  
300 tin-cót  
400 air-cót  
500 fañs-cót  
501 fañscó-ek  
600 só-cót  
700 háñt-cót  
800 añctho-cót  
900 no-cót  
1,000 ek-ázar  
2.000 dui-ázar  
3,000 tin-ázar  
4,000 sair-ázar  
5,000 fañs-ázar  
6,000 só-ázar  
7,000 háñt-ázar  
8,000 añctho-ázar  
9,000 no-ázar  
10,000 doc-ázar  
100,000 ek-lák  
1,000,000 doc-lák  
10,000,000 ek-kurul  
100,000,000 doc-kurul  
1,000,000,000 ek-kuthi  
once ekbar  
twice dui bar, dui motta  

Sources

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Information about Rohingya | Numbers

Numbers in Indo-Aryan languages

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