The following is a table of the numbers 0 through 10 in a sample of the languages and writings of the world.
Families in Africa, Asia, Europe, etc.
|Language ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Afro-Asiatic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Arabic 2 ||٠ |
|Maltese ||xejn ||wieħed ||tnejn ||tlieta ||erbgħa ||ħamsa ||sitta ||sebgħa ||tmienja ||disgħa ||għaxra |
|Hebrew ||אפס ||אחת |
|efes ||aħat ||shtayeem ||shalosh ||arbah ||ħamesh ||sesh ||shehvah ||shmoneh ||tayshah ||esair |
|Amharic || ||ande ||hulet ||sost ||arat ||hammist ||siddist ||sebat ||semmint ||zetegn ||asar |
|Altaic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Mongolian || ||neg ||khoyor ||gurav ||duruv ||tav ||zurgaa ||doloo ||naim ||ies ||arva |
|Turkish ||sıfır ||bir ||iki ||üç ||dört ||beş ||altı ||yedi ||sekiz ||doguz ||on |
|Austroasiatic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Khmer ||soan ||moo-uhy ||pee ||buh-ee ||boo-uhn ||pram ||pram moo-uhy ||pram pee / pram pil ||pram buh-ee ||pram boo-uhn ||dawp |
|Vietnamese ||số không / cê-rô ||một ||hai ||ba ||bốn / tư ||năm ||sáu ||bảy ||tám ||chín ||mười / chục |
|Austronesian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Cebuano ||wala, sero ||usa ||duha ||tulo ||upat ||lima ||unom ||pito ||walo ||siyam ||napulo |
|Hawaiian ||`ole ||`ekahi ||`elua ||`ekolu ||`ehā ||`elima ||`eono ||`ehiku ||`ewalu ||`eiwa ||`umi |
|Ilokano ||ibbong / awan / sero ||maysa ||dua ||tallo ||uppat ||lima ||innem ||pito ||walo ||siam ||sangapulo |
|Indonesian ||kosong / nol ||satu ||dua ||tiga ||empat ||lima ||enam ||tujuh ||delapan ||sembilan ||sepuluh |
|Malagasy ||haotra ||iray ||roa ||telo ||efatra ||dimy ||enina ||fito ||valo ||sivy ||folo |
|Malay ||kosong ||satu ||dua ||tiga ||empat ||lima ||enam ||tujuh ||lapan ||sembilan ||sepuluh |
|Maori || ||tahi ||rua ||toru ||whâ ||rima ||ono ||whitu ||waru ||iwa ||tekau |
|Samoan || ||tasi ||lua ||tolu ||fa ||lima ||ono ||fitu ||valu ||iva ||sefulu |
|Tagalog ||wala, sero ||isa ||dalawa ||tatlo ||apat ||lima ||anim ||pito ||walo ||siyam ||sampu |
|Tongan ||noa ||taha ||ua ||tolu ||fa ||nima ||ono ||fitu ||valu ||hiva ||hongofulu / taha noa |
|Caucasian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Georgian || ||erti ||ori ||sami ||otkhi ||khuti ||eksvi ||shvidi ||rva ||tskhra ||ati |
|Dravidian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Malayalam || ||onnu ||rantu ||mûnnu ||nâlu ||añju ||âru ||êru ||ettu ||onpatu ||pattu |
|Tamil || ||onru ||irantu ||mûnru ||nânku ||aintu ||âru ||êlu ||ettu ||onpatu ||pattu |
|Telugu || ||okati ||rendu ||mûdu ||nâlugu ||aidu ||âru ||êdu ||enimidi ||tommidi ||padi |
|Indo-European languages ||---- || || || || || || || || || || |
|Germanic languages ||---- || || || || || || || || || || |
|English ||zero / nil ||one ||two ||three ||four ||five ||six ||seven ||eight ||nine ||ten |
|Afrikaans ||nul ||een ||twee ||drie ||vier ||vyf ||ses ||sewe ||agt ||nege ||tien |
|Danish ||nul ||en (et) ||to ||tre ||fire ||fem ||seks ||syv ||otte ||ni ||ti |
|Dutch ||nul ||een ||twee ||drie ||vier ||vijf ||zes ||zeven ||acht ||negen ||tien |
|Faroese ||null ||ein ||tveir ||tríggir ||fýra ||fimm ||seks ||sjey ||átta ||níggju ||tíggju |
|Frisian ||nol ||ien ||twa ||trije ||fjouwer ||fiif ||seis ||sân ||acht ||njoggen ||tsien |
|German (listen) ||null ||eins ||zwei ||drei ||vier ||fünf ||sechs ||sieben ||acht ||neun ||zehn |
|Icelandic ||núll ||einn ||tveir ||þrír ||fjórir ||fimm ||sex ||sjö ||átta ||níu ||tíu |
|Norwegian, Bokmål ||null ||en (ett) ||to ||tre ||fire ||fem ||seks ||sju (syv) ||åtte ||ni ||ti |
|Norwegian, Nynorsk ||null ||ein (eit(t)) ||to ||tre (tri) ||fire ||fem ||seks ||sju ||åtte ||ni ||ti |
|Scots ||nocht ||ane ||twa ||three ||fower ||five ||sax ||sieven ||aicht ||nine ||ten |
|Swedish ||noll ||en (ett) ||två ||tre ||fyra ||fem ||sex ||sju ||åtta ||nio ||tio |
|Italic and Romance languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Latin ||nullus ||unus ||duo ||tres ||quattuor ||quinque ||sex ||septem ||octo ||novem ||decem |
|Catalan ||zero ||u/un ||dos ||tres ||quatre ||cinc ||sis ||set ||vuit ||nou ||deu |
|French ||zéro ||un ||deux ||trois ||quatre ||cinq ||six ||sept ||huit ||neuf ||dix |
|Friulian ||zero ||un, une ||doi, dôs ||trê ||cuatri ||cinc ||sîs ||siet ||vot ||nûf ||dîs |
|Italian ||zero ||uno ||due ||tre ||quattro ||cinque ||sei ||sette ||otto ||nove ||dieci |
|Norman ||zéro ||eun ||déeus ||treis ||quate ||chin ||syis ||set ||huit ||neu ||dyis |
|Portuguese ||zero ||um ||dois ||três ||quatro ||cinco ||seis ||sete ||oito ||nove ||dez |
|Romanian ||zero ||unu ||doi ||trei ||patru ||cinci ||şase ||şapte ||opt ||nouã ||zece |
|Spanish ||cero ||uno ||dos ||tres ||cuatro ||cinco ||seis ||siete ||ocho ||nueve ||diez |
|Wallon ||zérô ||onk / one ||deus ||troes ||cwate ||cénk ||shîjh ||set ||ût ||noûv ||dîjh |
|Greek ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Greek ||μηδέν |
|επτά / εφτά |
epta / efta
|οκτώ / οχτώ |
okto / okto
|Armenian ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Armenian || ||meg ||yergou ||yerek ||tchors ||hink ||vetss ||yoteh ||outeh ||inneh ||dasseh |
|Illyrian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Albanian (listen) ||zero ||një ||dy ||tre ||katër ||pesë ||gjashtë ||shtatë ||tetë ||nëntë ||dhjetë |
|Baltic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Latvian ||nulle ||viens ||divi ||trīs ||četri ||pieci ||seši ||septiņi ||astoņi ||deviņi ||desmit |
|Lithuanian || ||vienas ||du ||trys ||keturi ||penki ||šeši ||septyni ||aštuoni ||devyni ||dešimt |
|Slavic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Bulgarian ||нула |
|Croatian ||nula ||jedan ||dva ||tri ||četiri ||pet ||šest ||sedam ||osam ||devet ||deset |
|Czech ||nula ||jeden ||dva ||tři ||čtyři ||pět ||šest ||sedm ||osm ||devět ||deset |
|Macedonian ||nula |
|Polish ||zero ||jeden ||dwa ||trzy ||cztery ||pięć ||sześć ||siedem ||osiem ||dziewięć ||dziesięć |
|Russian (listen) ||ноль |
|Serbian ||nula |
|Slovak ||nula ||jeden ||dva ||tri ||štyri ||päť ||šesť ||sedem ||osem ||deväť ||desať |
|Slovene ||nič ||ena ||dva ||tri ||štiri ||pet ||šest ||sedem ||osem ||devet ||deset |
|Ukrainian ||ноль |
|Indo-Iranian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
| ||० ||१ ||२ ||३ ||४ ||५ ||६ ||७ ||८ ||९ ||१० |
|Sanskrit ||शून्य ||एकम् ||द्वे ||त्रीणि ||चत्वारि ||पञ्च ||षष् ||सप्त ||अष्ट ||नव ||दश |
|Hindi 1 ||शून्य |
|Marathi ||शून्य ||एक ||दोन ||तीन ||चार ||पांच ||सहा ||सात ||आठ ||नऊ ||दहा |
| ||۰ ||۱ ||۲ ||۳ ||۴ ||۵ ||۶ ||۷ ||۸ ||۹ ||۱۰ |
|Urdu ||صفر |
|Persian ||/sefr/ ||/jek/ ||/do/ ||/se/ ||/ʧæhɑːr/ ||/pænʤ/ ||/ʃeʃ/ ||/hæft/ ||/hæʃt/ ||/noh/ ||/dæh/ |
|Romany || ||jex ||duj ||trin ||ʃtar ||panʤ ||ʃov ||efta ||oxto ||inja ||deʃ |
|Celtic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Breton ||zero ||unan ||daou (m) |
|pemp ||c'hwec'h ||seizh ||eizh ||naw ||deg |
|Welsh ||dim ||un ||dau (m) / dwy (f) ||tri / tair ||pedwar / pedair ||pump ||chwech ||saith ||wyth ||naw ||deg |
|Irish ||nialas ||aon ||do ||trí ||ceathair ||cúig ||sé ||seacht ||ocht ||naoi ||deich |
|Scottish ||neoni ||aon ||dhà ||trì ||ceithir ||còig ||sia ||seachd ||ochd ||naoi ||deich |
|Niger-Congo languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Bantu languages ||---- || || || || || || || || || || |
|Swahili ||sifuri ||moja ||mbili ||tatu ||nne ||tano ||sita ||saba ||nane ||tisa ||kumi |
|Sino-Tibetan languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Burmese ||toun-hnya ||thi ||hni ||toun ||lei ||ngha ||kyauk ||khun hni ||shhi ||khou ||seh |
|Cantonese 3 ||ling |
|Mandarin 3 ||líng |
|Shanghainese (a Wu Chinese dialect) 3 ||rin |
|Taiwanese (a Minnan Chinese dialect) 3 ||ling5 |
|Tibetan ||klad kor ||gcig ||gnyis ||gsum ||bzhi ||lnga ||drug ||bdun ||brgyad ||dgu ||bcu |
|Tai-Kadai languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Lao ||suun ||neung ||song ||sam ||see ||ha ||hok ||chet ||paet ||gow ||seep |
|Thai ||๐ |
|Uralic languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Estonian ||null ||üks ||kaks ||kolm ||neli ||viis ||kuus ||seitse ||kaheksa ||üheksa ||kümme |
|Finnish ||nolla ||yksi ||kaksi ||kolme ||neljä ||viisi ||kuusi ||seitsemän ||kahdeksan ||yhdeksän ||kymmenen |
|Hungarian ||nulla ||egy ||kettő ||három ||négy ||öt ||hat ||hét ||nyolc ||kilenc ||tíz |
|Sami || ||okta ||guokte ||golbma ||njeallje ||vihtta ||guhtta ||cieza ||gavcci ||ovcci ||logi |
Map showing the distribution of Afro-Asiatic languages The Afro-Asiatic languages are a language family of about 240 languages and 285 million people widespread throughout North Africa, East Africa, the Sahel, and Southwest Asia. ...
Arabic (Ø§ÙØ¹Ø±Ø¨ÙØ©) is a Semitic language, closely related to Hebrew and Aramaic. ...
The Modern Hebrew language is a Semitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family. ...
Amharic (á ááá) is a Semitic language spoken in Northern Central Ethiopia. ...
Altaic is a language family which includes 60 languages spoken by about 250 million people, mostly in and around Central Asia and Far East. ...
The Austroasiatic languages are a large language family of Southeast Asia and India. ...
Khmer is one of the main Austroasiatic languages. ...
The Austronesian languages are a family of languages widely dispersed throughout the islands of Southeast Asia and the Pacific, with a few members spoken on continental Asia. ...
Cebuano, also known as Sugbuanon, is an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines by about 18,000,000 people and is a subgroup or member of Bisaya, Visayan and BinisayÃ¢. The name came from the Philippine island of Cebu, with the Spanish suffix -ano meaning native, of a place, added...
Hawaiian is the ancestral language of the indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaiians, a Polynesian people. ...
Ilocano (variants: Ilokano, Iluko) is the third most-spoken language of Philippines Being an Austronesian language, it is related to Indonesian, Malay, Fijian, Maori (of New Zealand), Hawaiian, Malagasy (of Madagascar), Samoan, Tahitian, Chamorro (of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands), Tetum (of East Timor), and Paiwan (of Taiwan). ...
The Malay language, also known locally as Bahasa Melayu, is an Austronesian language spoken by the Malay people who are native to the Malay peninsula, southern Thailand, Singapore, central eastern Sumatra, the Riau islands, and parts of the coast of Borneo. ...
Māori (or Maori) is a language spoken by the native peoples of New Zealand and the Cook Islands. ...
TagÃ¡log is one of the major languages of the Republic of the Philippines. ...
The term Caucasian languages is loosely used to refer to a large and extremely varied array of languages spoken by more than 7 million people in the Caucasus region of Eastern Europe, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. ...
The Dravidian family of languages includes approximately 26 languages that are mainly spoken in southern India and Sri Lanka, as well as certain areas in Pakistan, Nepal, and eastern and central India. ...
Malayalam (à´®à´²à´¯à´¾à´³à´) is the major language of the state of Kerala, in southern India. ...
The letter à®´à¯ is a consonant believed to be unique to Tamil and Malayalam Tamil is a classical language and one of the major languages belonging to the Dravidian language family. ...
Telugu(à°¤à±à°²à±à°à±) belongs to the family of Dravidian languages and is the official language of the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. ...
The Indo-European languages include some 443 (SIL estimate) languages and dialects spoken by about three billion people, including most of the major language families of Europe and western Asia, which belong to a single superfamily. ...
The Germanic languages form one of the branches of the Indo-European (IE) language family, spoken by the Germanic peoples who settled in northern Europe along the borders of the Roman Empire. ...
The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ...
0 (zero) or nought is both a number and a numeral. ...
In colloquial language, nil as an abbreviation of the Latin word nihil (nothing) is sometimes used to express disagreement. ...
1 (one) is a number, numeral, and glyph. ...
2 (two) is the natural number following 1 and preceding 3. ...
3 (three) is a number, numeral, and glyph. ...
4 (four) is a number, numeral, and glyph. ...
5 (five) is the natural number following 4 and preceding 6. ...
6 (six) is the natural number following 5 and preceding 7. ...
7 (seven) is the natural number following 6 and preceding 8. ...
8 (eight) is the natural number following 7 and preceding 9. ...
9 (nine) is the natural number following 8 and preceding 10. ...
10 (ten) is the natural number following 9 and preceding 11. ...
Afrikaans is a West Germanic language mainly spoken in South Africa and Namibia. ...
Frisian is a Germanic language, or group of closely related languages, spoken by around half a million members of an ethnic group living on the southern fringes of the North Sea in the Netherlands and Germany. ...
Norwegian is a Germanic language spoken in Norway. ...
Norwegian is a Germanic language spoken in Norway. ...
Scots (or Lallans, meaning Lowlands), often Lowland Scots to distinguish it from the Gaelic of the Highlands, is used in Scotland, as well as parts of Northern Ireland and border areas of the Republic of Ireland, where it is known in official circles as Ulster Scots or Ullans but by...
The Italic subfamily is a member of the Centum branch of the Indo-European language family. ...
The Romance languages, also called Romanic languages or New Latin Languages, are a subset of the Italic languages, specifically the descendants of the Latin dialects spoken by the common people in what is known as Latin Europe (Italian/Portuguese/Spanish Europa latina, French Europe latine, Romanian Europa latinÄ) as Vulgar...
Latin is the language originally spoken in the region around Rome called Latium. ...
Catalan (CatalÃ , ValenciÃ ) is a Romance language understood by as many as 12 million people in portions of Spain, France, Andorra and Italy, although the majority of active Catalan speakers are in Spain. ...
Friulian (friulano in Italian, Furlan in Friulian) is a Romance language belonging to the Rhaetian languages family, spoken in the north-east of Italy (Friuli-Venezia Giulia province) by about 600,000 people, the vast majority of whom speaks also Italian. ...
The Norman language is a Romance language, one of the Oïl languages. ...
The term Walloon may refer to either the Walloon language, or to the ethnic people of the same name. ...
The Illyrian languages are a group of Indo-European languages that were spoken in the western part of the Balkans in pre-Roman times. ...
The Baltic languages are a group of genetically-related languages spoken in the Northern Europe and belonging to the Indo-European language family. ...
The Slavic languages (also called Slavonic languages), a group of closely related languages of the Slavic peoples and a subgroup of Indo-European languages, have speakers in most of Eastern Europe, in much of the Balkans, in parts of Central Europe, and in the northern part of Asia. ...
The Serbian language or Serb language is one of the standard versions of the Central-South Slavic diasystem, formerly (and still frequently) called Serbo-Croatian. ...
Proto-Indo-European Indo-European studies Indo-Iranian languages (also called Aryan languages) are the eastern-most group of the living Indo-European languages. ...
The Sanskrit language (Skt. ...
Hindi (हिन्दी) is a language spoken in most states in northern and central India. ...
Marathi is one of the widely spoken languages of India, and has a long literary history. ...
Urdu(اردو) is an Indo-European language which originated in India, most likely in the vicinity of Delhi, from whence it spread to the rest of the subcontinent. ...
Persian (ÙØ§Ø±Ø³Û), (local name in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan: FÃ¢rsi), PÃ¢rsi (older local name, but still used by some speakers), Tajik (a Central Asian dialect) or Dari (another local name in Tajikistan and Afghanistan), is a language spoken in Iran, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Bahrain. ...
Romany (or Romani) is the language of the Roma and Sinti, travelling peoples often referred to in English as gypsies. They came originally from northern India and parts of Pakistan, and their language belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language group. ...
Celtic languages are the languages spoken by the ancient Celts and their modern descendants, the Gaels, Welsh, Cornish and Bretons. ...
Breton (Brezhoneg) is a Celtic language spoken by some of the inhabitants of Brittany in France. ...
In linguistics, grammatical genders, also called noun classes, are classes of nouns reflected in the behavior of associated words; every noun must belong to one of the classes and there should be very few which belong to several classes at once (Hockett 1958: 231). ...
Welsh redirects here, and this article describes the Welsh language. ...
Scottish Gaelic, Scots Gaelic, or just Gaelic (GÃ idhlig; IPA: ), is a member of the Goidelic branch of Celtic languages. ...
Map showing the distribution of Niger-Congo languages The Niger-Congo languages are probably the largest group of the world in terms of different languages. ...
Bantu is a language family that belongs to the Niger-Congo group. ...
Swahili (also called Kiswahili; see below for a discussion of the nomenclature) is a Bantu language widely spoken in East Africa. ...
Sino-Tibetan languages form a hypothetical language family of about 250 languages of East Asia, second only to Indo-European in terms of the number of speakers. ...
Cantonese (ç²µèª/ç²¤è¯, lit. ...
Mandarin listen(Traditional: 北方話, Simplified: 北方话, Hanyu Pinyin: Běifānghuà, lit. ...
Note: This page contains IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. ...
Taiwanese can refer to: Someone or something from Taiwan The Taiwanese language. ...
The Tibetan language is typically classified as member of the Tibeto-Burman which in turn is thought by some to be a branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. ...
The Tai-Kadai languages are a language family found in Southeast Asia and southern China. ...
Geographical distribution of Finnic, Ugric, Samoyed and Yukaghir languages The Uralic languages form a language family of about 30 languages spoken by approximately 20 million people. ...
Sami is a general name for a group of Finno-Ugric languages spoken in parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia, in Northern Europe. ...
Families in the Americas
|Araucanian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Mapuche || ||kiñe ||epu ||küla ||meli ||kechu ||kayu ||relqe ||pura ||ailla ||mari |
|Iroquoian languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Cherokee || ||sagwu ||ta'li ||jo'i ||nvhgi ||hisgi ||sudali ||gahlgwogi ||janela ||sohnela ||sgohi |
|Mayan languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Mayan (?) ||mi ||hun ||ca ||ox ||can ||ho ||uac ||uuc ||uaxac ||bolon ||lahun |
|Na-Dené languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Tlingit ||(tléil) ||tléix' ||déix̱ ||nás'k ||daax'oon ||keijín ||tleidooshú ||dax̱adooshú ||nas'gadooshú ||gooshúḵ ||jinkaat |
|Navajo || ||t’ááłá'i, láa'ii ||naaki ||táá' ||dį́į́' ||ashdla' ||hastą́ą́h ||tsosts'id ||tseebíí ||náhást'éí ||neeznáá |
|Western Apache || ||dáłá’a ||nakih ||táági ||dį́į́’i ||ashdla’i ||gostán ||gosts’idi ||tsebíí ||góst’áí ||goneznán |
|Quechuan languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Quechua || ||huk ||iskay ||kimsa ||tawa ||pichqa ||soqta ||qanchis ||pusaq ||isqon ||chunka |
|Salishan languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Klallam || ||nə́c̓uʔ ||čə́səʔ ||ɬíxʷ ||ŋús ||ɬq̓áčš ||t̕x̣ə́ŋ ||c̓úʔkʷs ||táʔcs ||tə́kʷxʷ ||ʔúpn |
|Northern Straits (Saanich) || ||NET̸E, (nət̕θəʔ) ||ĆESE, (čəsəʔ) ||L̵IW̱ (ɬixʷ) ||ṈOS (ŋas) ||L̵K̶AĆES (ɬq̓ečəs) ||DX̱EṈ (t̕x̣əŋ) ||T̸O,C̸ES (t̕θaʔkʷəs) ||TA,T̵ES (teʔθəs) ||TEC̸EW̱ (təkʷəxʷ) ||,OPEN (ʔapən) |
|Tupi languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Guarani || ||peteï ||moköi ||mbohapy ||irundy ||(as in Spanish) || || || || || |
The Araucanian languages are an indigenous language family of central Chile and west central Argentina in South America. ...
The Mapuche are the pre-Hispanic inhabitants of Central and Southern Chile and Argentina. ...
The Iroquoian languages are a Native American language family. ...
Cherokee is an Iroquoian language spoken by the Cherokee people. ...
The Mayan languages are a family of related languages spoken from South-Eastern Mexico through northern Central America as far south as Honduras. ...
The Mayan languages are a family of related languages spoken from South-Eastern Mexico through northern Central America as far south as Honduras. ...
Na-DenÃ© (also Na-Dene, Nadene) is a Native American language family which includes the Athabaskan languages, Eyak, and Tlingit. ...
The Tlingit (Lingít) language is the language of the Tlingit people of Southeast Alaska and Western Canada. ...
Navajo (Diné bizaad) (occasionally spelled Navaho) is a Southern Athabaskan or Apachean language of the Athabaskan language family, belonging to the Na-Dené phylum. ...
Links Western Apache-English Dictionary (White Mountain) White Mountain Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) San Carlos Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) Tonto Apache Tribe (Arizona Intertribal Council) Yavapai-Apache Nation Official Website Yavapai-Apache Nation (Arizona Intertribal Council) White Mountain Apache Tribe White Mountain Apache photographs map of Fort Apache...
The Quechuan languages are a family of related languages in South America. ...
Quechua (Standard Quechua, Runasimi Language of People) is a Native American language of South America. ...
The Salishan languages are a group of languages of western Canada and the Pacific Northwest of the United States. ...
Klallam (also Clallam) is a Straits Salishan language natively called Nəxʷsƛ̕ay̕əmúcən, spoken by Klallam peoples. ...
The District of Saanich is a municipality on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. ...
The Tupi languages are a language family of 70 languages which are spoken by Indian tribesmen in South America. ...
Guaraní (gwah-rah-nee) [gwarani] (local name: avañeẽ) is a language spoken in Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay and southwestern Brazil. ...
|Language isolates ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Korean ||yeong |
|Japanese 4 ||〇/零 |
zero / rei
ゼロ / れい
hitotsu / ichi
ひとつ / いち
futatsu / ni
ふたつ / に
mittsu / san
みっつ / さん
yottsu / shi / yon
よっつ / し / よん
itsutsu / go
いつつ / ご
muttsu / roku
むっつ / ろく
nanatsu / shichi / nana
ななつ / しち / なな
yattsu / hachi
やっつ / はち
kokonotsu / kyū
ここのつ / きゅう
tō / jū
とお / じゅう
|Basque || ||bat ||bi ||hiru ||lau ||bost ||sei ||zazpi ||zortzi ||bederatzi ||hamar |
|Etruscan || ||thu ||zal ||ci ||huth ||mak ||sa ||semph ||cezp ||nurph ||zal(ch) |
|Sumerian || ||desh ||min ||pesh ||lim ||i ||i-ash ||i-min ||i-us ||i-lim ||hu |
A language isolate is a natural language with no demonstrable genetic relationship with other living languages; that is, one that has not been proved to descend from a common ancestor to any other language. ...
Basque (Euskara in Basque) is the language spoken by the Basque people, who live in northern Spain and the adjoining area of southwestern France. ...
Etruscan was a language spoken and written in the ancient region of Etruria (current Tuscany) and in what is now Lombardy (where the Etruscans were displaced by Gauls), in Italy. ...
The Sumerian language of ancient Sumer was spoken in Southern Mesopotamia from at least the 4th millennium BC. Sumerian was replaced by Akkadian as a spoken language around 2000 BC, but continued to be used as a sacred, ceremonial and scientific language in Mesopotamia until about 1 AD. Then, it...
|Pidgins ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Tok Pisin ||siro, nating, not ||wan(pela) ||tu(pela) ||tri(pela) ||foa, fopela ||faiv, faipela ||sikis(pela) ||seven(pela) ||et(pela) ||nain(pela) ||ten(pela) |
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Tok Pisin (tok means word or speech, pisin means business) is the creole spoken in Papua New Guinea (PNG). ...
|Constructed languages ||0 ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||7 ||8 ||9 ||10 |
|Brithenig ||sero / rhen ||yn ||dew ||trui ||cathr ||cinc ||sei ||seth ||oeth ||noe ||deg |
|Esperanto ||nulo ||unu ||du ||tri ||kvar ||kvin ||ses ||sep ||ok ||naŭ ||dek |
|Klingon ||pagh ||wa' ||cha' ||wej ||loS ||vagh ||jav ||Soch ||chorgh ||Hut ||wa'maH |
|Lojban ||no ||pa ||re ||ci ||vo ||mu ||xa ||ze ||bi ||so ||pano |
|Nuirn ||ingen ||haon ||tuâ ||þrí ||fiòra ||féam ||stvac ||siù ||ácht ||naoi ||tí |
|Quenya ||úqua ||minë ||atta ||neldë ||canta ||lempë ||enquë ||otso ||tolto ||nertë ||cainen |
|Slovio ||nul ||din ||dva ||tri ||cxtir ||piat ||sxes ||siem ||vos ||dev ||des |
|Volapük ||nul ||bal ||tel ||kil ||fol ||lul ||mäl ||vel ||jöl ||zül ||bals |
|Wenedyk ||zero ||un ||dwu ||trze ||kwatru ||cząc ||szej ||sieć ||ocu ||nów ||dziecz |
1The forms between brackets are transcriptions different from the Hindi. An artificial or constructed language (known colloquially as a conlang among aficionados), is a language whose vocabulary and grammar are specifically devised by an individual or small group, rather than having naturally evolved as part of a culture as with natural languages. ...
Brithenig is an invented language, or constructed language (conlang). It was created as a hobby in 1996 by Andrew Smith from New Zealand, who also invented the alternate history of Ill Bethisad to explain it. ...
Esperanto flag Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed international language. ...
The Klingon language or Klingonese (tlhIngan Hol in Klingon) is a constructed language created by Marc Okrand for Paramount Pictures and spoken by Klingons in the fictional Star Trek universe. ...
Lojban logo The artificial language Lojban (IPA , official full name Lojban: a realization of Loglan) was created by the Logical Language Group in 1987 based on the earlier Loglan, with the intent to make the language more complete, usable, and freely available. ...
Text in Quenya, written in the Tengwar and Latin alphabets Quenya is one of the languages spoken by the Elves in J. R. R. Tolkiens work. ...
Slovio is a written and spoken constructed language created by linguist Mark Hucko. ...
VolapÃ¼k edition of Wikipedia This article is about the international auxiliary language. ...
Wenedyk (in English: Venedic) is a constructed language of the naturalistic kind, created by the Dutch translator Jan van Steenbergen. ...
Hindi (हिन्दी) is a language spoken in most states in northern and central India. ...
2Although English names its numerals Arabic numerals, they came to Europe through India, originally from the Islamic civilization. Arab countries use other symbols for numerals, although with the same decimal structure. In the table, these figures appear in the top row of the text. For numbers with several digits, one writes in increasing powers of ten (units first, then tens, and so on). As in the west, the units are on the right and the greater powers of ten are on the left, as shown for the Arabic ten in the table. In the transliteration, th must be read about like English th, although closer to the S than Z or V . kh is a guttural R, as in Khaled, similar to the German CH of Bach (IPA χ, ). Arabic numerals (also called Hindu numerals or Indian numerals ) are the most common set of symbols used to represent numbers. ...
The Arabs (Arabic: Ø¹Ø±Ø¨ Ê»arab) Are Originally Inhabitants of the Arabian Peninsula, and This term also applies towards those who speak arabic, Or any Arabic derived languages (Re: Tebedawi,Tabadawi,Socotri and Naubtanean) // Who is an Arab? The definition of who an Arab is has three main aspects: Political: whether they...
The International Phonetic Alphabet is a system of phonetic notation used by linguists to accurately and uniquely represent each of the wide variety of sounds (phones or phonemes) the human vocal apparatus can produce. ...
3There are two different characters which mean "2"
- èr (二) is used for numbers ("the year 2000")
- liăng (两) is used to describe ("I have two fruits")
4 the Japanese usually use the Arabic numerals, but still use Chinese characters (kanji) in calligraphy or when written in columns. The word shi (死) means "death", in some cases yon replaces shi (4) and nana replaces shichi (7). Arabic numerals (also called Hindu numerals or Hindu-Arabic numerals) are by far the most common form of symbolism used to represent numbers. ...
Japanese writing Kanji æ¼¢å Kana ä»®å Hiragana å¹³ä»®å Katakana çä»®å Uses Furigana æ¯ãä»®å Okurigana éãä»®å Romaji ãã¼ãå Kanji (æ¼¢å, literally characters from Han China; see also Han Chinese) are Chinese characters used in Japanese. ...
Calligraphy in a Latin Bible of AD 1407 on display in Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, England. ...
Here is a list of common phrases in different languages. ...