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Counting in Bashkir

Language overview

Forty-two in Bashkir The Bashkir language (Башкортса, or Bašqort) is an Altaic language from the Turkic group. It is spoken by the Bachkir people, mostly in the Republic of Bashkortostan (previously Bashkiria), but also in the neighboring republics of Tatarstan and Udmurtia. Bashkir counts about 1.45 million speakers and is written in the Cyrillic alphabet.

Due to lack of data, this program can only count accurately up to 9,999 in Bashkir. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Bashkir numbers list

  • 1 – бер (ber)
  • 2 – ике (ike)
  • 3 – өс (ôs)
  • 4 – дүрт (dùrt)
  • 5 – биш (biš)
  • 6 – алты (alty)
  • 7 – ете (ete)
  • 8 – һигеҙ (ḥigeẓ)
  • 9 – туғыҙ (tuġyẓ)
  • 10 – ун (un)
  • 11 – ун бер (un ber)
  • 12 – ун ике (un ike)
  • 13 – ун өс (un ôs)
  • 14 – ун дүрт (un dùrt)
  • 15 – ун биш (un biš)
  • 16 – ун алты (un alty)
  • 17 – ун ете (un ete)
  • 18 – ун һигеҙ (un ḥigeẓ)
  • 19 – ун туғыҙ (un tuġyẓ)
  • 20 – егерме (egerme)
  • 30 – утыҙ (utyẓ)
  • 40 – ҡырҡ (ǩyrǩ)
  • 50 – илле (ille)
  • 60 – алтмыш (altmyš)
  • 70 – етмеш (etmeš)
  • 80 – һикһән (ḥikḥän)
  • 90 – туҡһан (tuǩḥan)
  • 100 – йөҙ (jôẓ)
  • 1,000 – мең (meņ)

Bashkir numbering rules

  • Digits from one to nine are specific words, namely бер (ber) [1], ике (ike) [2], өс (ôs) [3], дүрт (dùrt) [4], биш (biš) [5], алты (alty) [6], ете (ete) [7], һигеҙ (ḥigeẓ) [8], and туғыҙ (tuġyẓ) [9].
  • The tens have specific names based on the multiplier digit root: ун (un) [10], егерме (egerme) [20], утыҙ (utyẓ) [30], ҡырҡ (ǩyrǩ) [40], илле (ille) [50], алтмыш (altmyš) [60], етмеш (etmeš) [70], һикһән (ḥikḥän) [80], and туҡһан (tuǩḥan) [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed by saying the ten, then the unit digit separated with a space (e.g.: ун ике (un ike) [12], егерме туғыҙ (egerme tuġyẓ) [29]).
  • The hundreds are formed by stating the multiplier digit before the word for hundred (йөҙ (jôẓ)) separated with a space, except for one hundred itself: йөҙ (jôẓ) [100], ике йөҙ (ike jôẓ) [200], өс йөҙ (ôs jôẓ) [300], дүрт йөҙ (dùrt jôẓ) [400], биш йөҙ (biš jôẓ) [500], алты йөҙ (alty jôẓ) [600], ете йөҙ (ete jôẓ) [700], һигеҙ йөҙ (ḥigeẓ jôẓ) [800], and туғыҙ йөҙ (tuġyẓ jôẓ) [900].
  • The thousands are formed like the hundreds, i.e. by stating the multiplier digit before the word for thousand (мең (meņ)) separated with a space, except for one thousand itself: мең (meņ) [1,000], ике мең (ike meņ) [2,000], өс мең (ôs meņ) [3,000], дүрт мең (dùrt meņ) [4,000], биш мең (biš meņ) [5,000], алты мең (alty meņ) [6,000], ете мең (ete meņ) [7,000], һигеҙ мең (ḥigeẓ meņ) [8,000], and туғыҙ мең (tuġyẓ meņ) [9,000].

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Books

Bashkir ManualBashkir Manual
by , editors Routledge (1997)
[Amazon.com Amazon.com]

Sources

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