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Numbers in Turkmen

How to count in Turkmen (Türkmen dili), a Turkic language spoken in Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and several other countries.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 nol
1 bir birinji
2 iki ikinji
3 üç üçünji
4 dört dördünji
5 bäş bäşinji
6 alty altynjy
7 ýedi ýedinji
8 sekiz sekizinji
9 dokuz dokuzynjy
10 on onunjy
11 on bir on birinji
12 on iki on ikinji
13 on üç on üçünji
14 on dört on dördünji
15 on bäş on bäşinji
16 on alty on altynjy
17 on ýedi on ýedinji
18 on sekiz on sekizinji
19 on dokuz on dokuzynjy
20 ýigrimi ýigriminji
30 otuz otuzynjy
40 kyrk kyrkynjy
50 elli ellinji
60 altmyş altmyşynjy
70 ýetmiş ýetmişinji
80 segsen segseninji
90 dogsan dogsanynjy
100 (bir) ýüz ýüzünji
101 ýüz bir
200 iki ýüz iki ýüzünji
300 üç ýüz üç ýüzünji
400 dört ýüz dört ýüzünji
500 bäş ýüz bäş ýüzünji
600 alty ýüz alty ýüzünji
700 ýedi ýüz ýedi ýüzünji
800 sekiz ýüz sekiz ýüzünji
900 dokuz ýüz dokuz ýüzünji
1,000 müň müňünji
2,000 iki müň iki müňünji
1,000,000 million millionynjy

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Turkmen numbers supplied by Marat Sepanyan

Sources

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Turkmen_numbers
http://infoabad.com/upload/forum/post19753/hudayberdievagarusskoturkmenskiyrazgovornik_0d4fe.pdf
http://www.translatos.com

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