Numbers in West Flemish

How to count in West Flemish (West-Vlams), a West Germanic language spoken in western Belgium and also in France and the Netherlands.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 èèn, ièn, ien, jin
2 tweje, twè, twji, twêe, twé, twjè
3 drieje, drieë
4 viere, vuur
5 vuve, vuvve
6 zesse
7 zeevn, zeevne, zeevn
8 achte
9 neegn, neegne
10 tienne, tiene
11 elve, èève, ejve
12 twoave, twauwve
13 dertienne, dertiene
14 veertienne, viertiene
15 vufttienne, vuvtiene
16 zestienne, zesstiene
17 zeevntienne, zeevntiene
18 achttienne, achttiene
19 neegntienne, neegntiene
20 twientig, twinte(h), twintig
30 derte(h)
40 fjérte(h)
50 fifte(h)
60 tseste(h), tchjeste(h)
70 tseevnte(h)
80 tahente(h)
90 gn'neegn'te(h)
100 oondert
1,000 duznst, duest
10,000 tienduest
100,000 oonderttuest

Source: https://nl.wikibooks.org/wiki/West-Vlaams/Woordenlijst_1#Getallen

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Links

Information about West Flemish
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Flemish
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:West Flemish_cardinal_numbers

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