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Counting in Eonavian

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Language overview

Eonavian, also known as Eonaviego, or Gallego-asturiano, is a term used to refer a set of dialects whose linguistic dominion extends in the zone between the Eo and Navia rivers (or more exactly Eo and Frexulfe rivers), in the Principality of Asturias, Spain. It belongs to the Portuguese-Galician group of the Italic languages family, and counts about 45,000 speakers.
Due to lack of data, we can only count accurately up to 1,000 in Eonavian. Please contact us if you can help us counting up from that limit.

Eonavian numbering rules

  • Digits and numbers from one to fifteen are specific words, namely un (feminine uha) [1], dous (feminine dúas) [2], tres [3], cuatro [4], cinco [5], seis [6], sete [7], oito [8], nove [9], dez [10], once [11], doce [12], trece [13], catorce [14], and quince [15]. Sixteen to nineteen are regular numbers, i.e. named after the ten and the digit, and written phonetically: dazaseis [10 and 6], dazasete [10 and 7], dazaoito [10 and 8], and dazanove [10 and 9].
  • The tens have specific names based on the matching multipliers digits roots except for ten and twenty: dez [10], vinte [20], trinta [30], corenta [40], cincuenta [50], sesenta [60], setenta [70], oitenta [80], and noventa [90].
  • Tens and units followed each other, separated with a space (e.g.: vinte dous [22], corenta cinco [45]).
  • Hundreds are formed by prefixing the plural form of the hundred word (cen, plural centos) with the multiplier digit, except for one hundred itself: cen [100], douscentos [200], trescentos [300], cuatrocentos [400], cincocentos [500], seiscentos [600], setecentos [700], oitocentos [800], and novecentos [900].
  • One thousand is mil.

Numbers list

1 – un
2 – dous
3 – tres
4 – cuatro
5 – cinco
6 – seis
7 – sete
8 – oito
9 – nove
10 – dez
11 – once
12 – doce
13 – trece
14 – catorce
15 – quince
16 – dazaseis
17 – dazasete
18 – dazaoito
19 – dazanove
20 – vinte
30 – trinta
40 – corenta
50 – cincuenta
60 – sesenta
70 – setenta
80 – oitenta
90 – noventa
100 – cen
1,000 – mil

Romance languages

Asturian, Catalan, Corsican, Eonavian, French, French (Belgium), French (Switzerland), Friulian, Galician, Italian, Jèrriais, Ladin, Latin, Lombard (Milanese), Occitan, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romansh, Sardinian, Spanish, Spanish (Puerto Rico), and Venetian.

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