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Numbers in Soyot

How to count in Soyot (сойыт тыл), a Turkic spoken in the Oka area of Buryatia in the east of Russia, and also in Khövsgöl Province of Mongolia..

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 бір (bīr), бірǝǝ (bīrææ) баъшқы (ba’šqi)
баъштың (ba’štyŋ)
бірǝǝ дугаар (bīrææ dugaar)
2 иъһи (i’hi) иъһи дугаар (i’hi dugaar)
3 үш (yš) үш дугаар (yš dugaar)
4 дөрт (dœrt) дөрт дугаар (dœrt dugaar)
5 беш (beš) беш дугаар (beš dugaar)
6 аълты (a’lty / a’ltɯ) аълты дугаар (a’lty dugaar)
7 чеді (čedī) чеді дугаар (čedī dugaar)
8 сес (ses) сес дугаар (ses dugaar)
9 тос (tos) тос дугаар (tos dugaar)
10 он (on) он дугаар (on dugaar)
11 он бірǝǝ (on bīrææ)
12 он иъһи (on i'hi)
13 он үш (on yš)
14 он дөрт (on dœrt)
15 он беш (on beš)
16 он аълты (on a’lty)
17 он чеді (on čedī)
18 он сес (on ses)
19 он тос (on tos)
20 чээрби (čɛɛrbi)
чээрви (čɛɛrvi)
 
21 чээрби бір (čɛɛrbi bīr)  
22 чээрби иъһи (čɛɛrbi i’hi)  
23 чээрби үш (čɛɛrbi yš)  
24 чээрби дөрт (čɛɛrbi dœrt)  
25 чээрби беш (čɛɛrbi beš)  
26 чээрби аълты (čɛɛrbi a’lty)  
27 чээрби чеді (čɛɛrbi čedī)  
28 чээрби сес (čɛɛrbi ses)  
29 чээрби тос (čɛɛrbi tos)  
30 үҷѳн (ydžœn)  
40 дөртѳн (dœrtœn)
50 беҷѳн (bedžœn)
60 аълтон (a’lton)
70 чедон (čedon)
80 сес он (ses on)
90 тос он (tos on)
100 чүс (čys)  
200 иъһи чүс (i’hi čys)
225 иъһи чүс чээрби беш
(i’hi čys čɛɛrbi beš)
 
300 үш чүс (yš čys)
400 дөрт чүс (dœrt čys)
500 беш чүс (beš čys)
567 беш чүс аълтон чеді
(beš čys a’lton čedī)
 
600 аълты чүс (a’lty čys
700 чеді чүс (čedī čys)
800 сес чүс (ses čys)
900 тос чүс (tos čys)
1,000 мың (myŋ)
2,000 иъһи мың (i’hi myŋ)  
3,000 үш мың (yš myŋ)  
3,999 үш мың тос чүс тос он тос
(yš myŋ tos čys tos on tos)
 
4,000 дөрт мың (dœrt myŋ)  
5,000 беш мың (beš myŋ)  
6,000 аълты мың (a’lty myŋ)  
7,000 чеді мың (čedī myŋ)  
8,000 сес мың (ses myŋ)  
9,000 тос мың (tos myŋ)  
10,000 он мың (on myŋ)  
once бір қада (bīr qada)  
twice иъһи қада (i’hi qada)  
thrice үш қада (yš qada)  

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Sources

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

Information about Soyot | Numbers

Numbers in Turkic languages

Azerbaijani, Chagatai, Chelkan, Crimean Tatar, Dolgan, Gagauz, Karakalpak, Kazakh, Khakas, Kyrgyz, Nogai, Shor, Soyot, Tatar, Teleut, Tofa, Turkish, Uyghur, Uzbek, Yakut

Numbers in other languages

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