Udi numbers

Numbers in Udi (удин муз), a North East Caucasian language spoken in parts of Azerbaijan, Russia, Georgia and Armenia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 са (sa) са(у)мджъи (sә̌(u)mči)
2 п'аъ (p’ә̌) п'аъумджъи (p’ә̌umči)
3 хиб, хэб, хэъб (xib, xeb, xĕb) хибумджъи (xibumči)
4 бип' (bip’) бип'умджъи (bip’umči)
5 хъо (qo) хъо(у)мджъи (qo(u)mči)
6 уъхъ (ŭq) уъхъумджъи (ŭqumči)
7 вугъ - вуъгъ (vŭğ, vuğ) вуъгъумджъи (vŭğumči)
8 муъгъ, мугъ (mŭğ, muğ) муъгъумджъи (mŭğumči)
9 вуи (vui) вуъумджъи (vuiumči)
10 вич' (vic’) вич'умджъи (vic’umči)
11 сач'ч'е (sac’c’e)
12 п'аъч'ч'е (p’ә̌c’c’e)
13 хибе’ч'дже (xibe’c’ce)
14 бип'еч'ч'е (bip’ec’c’e)
15 хъоч'ч'е (qoc’c’e)
16 уъхъеч'ч'е (ŭqec’c’e)
17 вуъгъеч'ч'е (vŭğec’c’e)
18 муъгъеч'ч'е (mŭğec’c’e)
19 вуич'ч'е, вуиеч'ч'е (vuic’c’e, vuiec’c’e)
20 хъ’а, хъ’о (q’a, q’o)
30 сакъович' (saq'ovic’)
40 п'аъхъ’о (p’ә̌q’o )
50 п'аъхъ’ович' (p’ә̌q’ovic’)
60 хибхъ’о (xibq’o)
70 хибхъ’ович' (xibq’ovic’)
80 бип'хъ’о (bip’q’o)
90 бихъ’хъ’ович' (biq’q’ovic’)
100 (са)бач ((sa)baç)
200 п'аъбач (p’ә̌baç)
300 хиббач (xibbaç)
400 бип'бач, бип'п'ач (bip’baç, bip’p’aç)
500 ухъбач (uqbaç)
600 хъоъбач (qŏbaç)
700 вуъгъбач (vŭğbaç)
800 муъгъбач (mŭğbaç)
900 вуибач (vuibaç)
1,000 гьазар (hazar)

Source: http://wschulze.userweb.mwn.de/udinhalt.htm

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