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Counting in Bezhta

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Language overview

Forty-two in Bezhta The Bezhta (or Bezheta) language (бежкьалас миц, bežƛʼalas mic) belongs to the Tsezic group of the North Caucasian language family. Also known as Kapucha, it is spoken by about 6,200 people in southern Dagestan, Russia. Even though Bezhta is an unwritten language, it can be transcripted in Latin or in Cyrillic alphabet.

Due to lack of data, this program can only count accurately up to 1,000 in Bezhta. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Bezhta numbers list

  • 1 – hõs (гьоᴴс)
  • 2 – q’ona (къона)
  • 3 – łana (лъана)
  • 4 – ṏq’önä (оьᴴкъоьнаь)
  • 5 – łina (лъина)
  • 6 – iłna (илъна)
  • 7 – aƛna (алIна)
  • 8 – beƛna (белIна)
  • 9 – äč’ena (аьчIена)
  • 10 – ac’ona (ацIона)
  • 11 – ac’ona hõs (ацIона гьоᴴс)
  • 12 – ac’ona q’ona (ацIона къона)
  • 13 – ac’ona łana (ацIона лъана)
  • 14 – ac’ona ṏq’önä (ацIона оьᴴкъоьнаь)
  • 15 – ac’ona łina (ацIона лъина)
  • 16 – ac’ona iłna (ацIона илъна)
  • 17 – ac’ona aƛna (ацIона алIна)
  • 18 – ac’ona beƛna (ацIона белIна)
  • 19 – ac’ona äč’ena (ацIона аьчIена)
  • 20 – qona (хъона)
  • 30 – łanayig (лъанайиг)
  • 40 – ṏq’önäyig (оьᴴкъоьнаьйиг)
  • 50 – łinayig (лъинайиг)
  • 60 – iłnayig (илънайиг)
  • 70 – aƛnayig (алIнайиг)
  • 80 – beƛnayig (белIнайиг)
  • 90 – äč’enayig (аьчIенайиг)
  • 100 – hõsč’it’ (гьоᴴсчIитI)
  • 1,000 – hazay (гьазай)

Bezhta numbering rules

  • Digits from zero to nine are specific words, namely nol (нол) [0], hõs (гьоᴴс) [1], q’ona (къона) [2], łana (лъана) [3], ṏq’önä (оьᴴкъоьнаь) [4], łina (лъина) [5], iłna (илъна) [6], aƛna (алIна) [7], beƛna (белIна) [8], and äč’ena (аьчIена) [9].
  • The tens have specific names based on the digits to which the suffix -yig (-йиг) is appended, except for ten and twenty: ac’ona (ацIона) [10], qona (хъона) [20], łanayig (лъанайиг) [30], ṏq’önäyig (оьᴴкъоьнаьйиг) [40], łinayig (лъинайиг) [50], iłnayig (илънайиг) [60], aƛnayig (алIнайиг) [70], beƛnayig (белIнайиг) [80], and äč’enayig (аьчIенайиг) [90].
  • From twenty-one to ninety-nine, the compound numbers are built by saying the ten, then the digit separated by a space (e.g.: ṏq’önäyig aƛna (оьᴴкъоьнаьйиг алIна) [47]).
  • The hundreds are built the same way as the tens, by adding the suffix -č’it’ (-чIитI) to the multiplier digit (e.g.: hõsč’it’ (гьоᴴсчIитI) [100], q’onač’it’ (къоначIитI) [200], łanač’it’ łinayig łana (лъаначIитI лъинайиг оьᴴкъоьнаь) [354]).
  • One thousand is hazay (гьазай).

North Caucasian languages

Adyghe, Bezhta, Ingush, and Tsez.

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