Numbers in Venetian

How to count in Venetian (vèneto), a Romance language spoken mainly in Venice and the surrounding area of Italy.

Key to abbreviations: m = masculine, f = feminine

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 xzero
1 un/on (m), una/na (f), uni (m/pl), une (f/pl) primo
2 dù, du, dó secondo
3 trì terzo
4 quàtro
5 sinque, zsinque
6 siè
7 sète
8 òto
9 nove, nóve
10 dièse, diese
11 ùndese, óndase, óndexe
12 dódese, dodese, dódexe
13 trédese, trédexe
14 quatòrdese, quatòrdeze
15 quìndese, quìndeze
16 sédese, sédexe
17 dissète, disissète, dixisete, disete
18 disdòto, disdoto
19 disnòve, disnóve
20 vìnti
21 vintiùno
22 ventidù
23 ventitrì
24 ventiquàtro
25 ventisìnque
26 ventisiè
27 ventisète
28 ventiòto
29 ventinove
30 trenta
40 quaranta
50 sinquànta, sinquanta, zsinquanta
60 sesanta
70 setànta, setanta
80 otànta, otanta
90 novanta
100 sènto, sento, zsento
1.000 mìe, mìle, miłe

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Links

Information about Venetian numbers
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Venetian_numerals
http://www.bassano.eu/Lingua-Veneta-Numeri-Mesi-Giorni.htm

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