Numbers in Saterland Frisian

How to count in Saterland Frisian (Seeltersk), a variety of East Frisian spoken in the Community of Saterland, part of Lower Saxony in northern Germany.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 nul
1 aan (m), een (f/n) eerste
2 twäin (m), two (f/n) twäide
3 träi (m), trjo/tjo (f/n) träde
4 fjauer fjode
5 fieuw fiefte, füüfte
6 säks säkste
7 sogen, soogen sogende
8 oachte oachte
9 njúgen, njuugen njúgende
10 tjoon tjaande
11 alwen alfte
12 tweelich tweelfte
13 trättien
14 fjautien
15 füüftien
16 säkstien
17 soogentien
18 achttien
19 njuugentien
20 twintich
21 eenuntwintich
22 twountwintich
23 tjountwintich
24 fjaueruntwintich
25 fieuwuntwintich
26 säksuntwintich
27 soogenuntwintich
28 oachteuntwintich
29 njuugenuntwintich
30 trüütich
40 fjautich
50 füüftich
60 säkstich
70 soogentich
80 tachentich
90 njuugentich
100 hunnert
1,000 duusend
once eenmoal
twice twäie
thrice träie
half holig, hoolv
third trädel
quarter fjodendeel

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Information about numbers in Saterland Frisian
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