Tagalog numbers (mga numero ng)

How to count in Tagalog, a Philippine language spoken mainly in the Philippines, especially in Manila, Luzon, Lubang, Marinduque and Mindoro.

Two different sets of numbers are used in Tagalog: a set of native Tagalog numbers (originally from Malay), and a set of numbers from Spanish (with Tagalog spelling). The Tagalog numbers are used for counting objects, things, people and money, as well as with weights, while the numbers from Spanish are used for telling the time and occasionally when counting money. Many people use a mixture of the two systems.

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Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
  Native Tagalog numbers Spanish-derived numbers
0 wala / sero sero  
1 isa uno una; ikaisa
2 dalawa dos ikalawa
3 tatlo tres ikatlo
4 apat kwatro ikaapat
5 lima sinko ikalima
6 anim sais ikaanim
7 pito syete ikapito
8 walo otso ikawalo
9 siyam nuwebe ikasiyam
10 sampu diyes ikasampu
11 labing-isa onse ikalabing-isa
12 labingdalawa dose ikalabindalawa
13 labingtatlo trese ikalabintatlo
14 labing-apat katorse ikalabing-apat
15 labinglima kinse ikalabing lima
16 labing-anim disisais ikalabing-anim
17 labingpito disisiyete ikalabimpito
18 labingwalo disiotso ikalabing walo
19 labingsiyam disinuwebe ikalabingsiyam
20 dalawampu beynte ikadalawampu
21 dalawampu't isa beynteuno  
22 dalawampu't dalawa beyntedos  
23 dalawampu't tatlo beyntetres  
24 dalawampu't apat beyntekwatro  
25 dalawampu't lima beyntesinko  
26 dalawampu't anim beyntesais  
27 dalawampu't pito beyntesyete  
28 dalawampu't walo beynteotso  
29 dalawampu't siyam beyntenuwebe  
30 tatlumpu trenta  
40 apatnapu kwarenta  
50 limampu singkwenta  
60 animnapu seisenta  
70 pitumpu setenta  
80 walumpu otsenta  
90 siyamnapu nobenta  
100 isang daan siyento  
200 dalawang daan dos siyentos  
300 tatlong daan tres siyentos  
400 apat na daan kwatro siyentos  
500 limang daan kinyentos  
600 anim na daan sais siyentos  
700 pitong daan syete siyentos  
800 walong daan otso siyentos  
900 siyam na daan nuwebe siyentos  
1,000 isang libo; isa na libo mil  
10,000 sampung libo dies mil  
1 million isang milyon milyon  

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Tagalog numbers provided by Peter Julian Amascual Cayton, with corrections by Brian Carlo Atienza.

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Information about counting in Tagalog

Information about Tagalog | Baybayin script | Phrases | Numbers | Time | Tongue twisters | Tower of Babel | Books about Tagalog on: Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk [affilate links]

Numbers in Philippine languages

Abellen, Agutaynen, Aklan, Balangao, Bantoanon, Bikol, Blaan, Bolinao, Bontoc, Bukid, Caluyanon, Capiznon, Casiguran Dumagat Agta, Cebuano, Cuyonon, Dupaningan, Gaddang, Gorontalo, Hiligaynon, Hanunó’o, Ibaloi, Ibanag, Ifugao, Iloko, Isnag, Itawis, Ivatan, Kagayanen, Kankanaey, Kinaray-a, Maguindanao, Mapun, Maranao, Masbateño, Matigsalug Manobo, Mongondow, Onhan, Pangasinan, Ratahan, Romblomanon, Surigaonon, Tagalog, Tagbanwa, Tagabawà, Tausūg, Tawbuid (Eastern), Tboli, Tondano, Waray-Waray, Western Subanon, Yami/Tao, Yogad

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