Counting in Catalan
Catalan (català) is an Indo-European language belonging to the Ibero-Romance group. Official language of Andorra, and co-official language in the Spanish autonomous communities of the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and Valencian Community, it has about 11 million speakers.
Catalan numbers list
- 1 – un
- 2 – dos
- 3 – tres
- 4 – quatre
- 5 – cinc
- 6 – sis
- 7 – set
- 8 – vuit
- 9 – nou
- 10 – deu
- 11 – onze
- 12 – dotze
- 13 – tretze
- 14 – catorze
- 15 – quinze
- 16 – setze
- 17 – disset
- 18 – divuit
- 19 – dinou
- 20 – vint
- 30 – trenta
- 40 – quaranta
- 50 – cinquanta
- 60 – seixanta
- 70 – setanta
- 80 – vuitanta
- 90 – noranta
- 100 – cent
- 1,000 – mil
- one million – un milió
- one billion – mil milions
- one trillion – un bilió
Valencian (valencià) is the traditional name given to the vernacular language of the Valencian community. Dialectal variant of Catalan according to some, separated language according to others, Valencian shares however its numbers names with Catalan.
Catalan numbering rules
- Digits and numbers from zero to sixteen are specific words, namely zero , un , dos , tres , quatre , cinc , sis , set , vuit (or huit) , nou , deu , onze , dotze , tretze , catorze , quinze , and setze . Seventeen to nineteen are regular numbers, i.e. named after the ten and the unit. Deu i set [10 and 7] is phonetically shortened with an apocope as disset (or dèsset), the same occuring with divuit (or díhuit)  and dinou (or dènou) .
- The tens have specific names based on the digits roots except for ten and twenty: deu , vint , trenta , quaranta , cinquanta , seixanta , setanta , vuitanta (or huitanta)  and noranta .
- The same applies for the hundreds where one word is created by adding a dash between the multiplier and the hundred word, except for one hundred (cent , plural cents): dos-cents , tres-cents , quatre-cents …
- Tens and units are linked with the same dash figuring the conjonction and (eg. trenta-cinc ), except for the twenties were i (and) remains (eg. vint-i-cinc ).
- The Catalan language uses the long scale for big numbers where every new word greater than a million is one million times bigger than the previous term. Scale numbers are alternating: un milió (106, one million), mil milions (109, one US billion), un bilió (1012, one US trillion), un biliard (1015, one US quadrillion), un trilió (1018, one US quintillion)…
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