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Counting in Macedonian

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Language overview

Forty-two in Macedonian Macedonian (македонски, transliterated as makedonski) is an Indo-European language from the Slavic linguistic group, and more precisely from the Eastern South Slavic group. Written in the Cyrillic script, this is the official language of Macedonia. It is also spoken in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and Serbia where live ethnic Macedonian minorities. Macedonian is spoken by about 1.4 million people.

Macedonian numbers list

  • 1 – еден (eden)
  • 2 – два (dva)
  • 3 – три (tri)
  • 4 – четири (četiri)
  • 5 – пет (pet)
  • 6 – шест (šest)
  • 7 – седум (sedum)
  • 8 – осум (osum)
  • 9 – девет (devet)
  • 10 – десет (deset)
  • 11 – единаесет (edinaeset)
  • 12 – дванаесет (dvanaeset)
  • 13 – тринаесет (trinaeset)
  • 14 – четиринаесет (četirinaeset)
  • 15 – петнаесет (petnaeset)
  • 16 – шестнаесет (šestnaeset)
  • 17 – седумнаесет (sedumnaeset)
  • 18 – осумнаесет (osumnaeset)
  • 19 – деветнаесет (devetnaeset)
  • 20 – дваесет (dvaeset)
  • 30 – триесет (trieset)
  • 40 – четириесет (četirieset)
  • 50 – педесет (pedeset)
  • 60 – шеесет (šeeset)
  • 70 – седумдесет (sedumdeset)
  • 80 – осумдесет (osumdeset)
  • 90 – деведесет (devedeset)
  • 100 – сто (sto)
  • 1,000 – илјада (ilǰada)
  • one million – милион (milion)
  • one billion – милијарда (miliǰarda)
  • one trillion – трилион (trilion)

Macedonian numbering rules

  • Digits from zero to nine are specific words, namely нула (nula) [0], еден (eden) [1], два (dva) [2], три (tri) [3], четири (četiri) [4], пет (pet) [5], шест (šest) [6], седум (sedum) [7], осум (osum) [8], and девет (devet) [9]. The digits one and two have both a masculine, a feminine and a neutral form: еден/една/едно (eden/edna/edno) [1], два/две/две (dva/dve/dve) [2].
  • The tens are formed by suffixing the multiplier with есет (eset) for 20, 30, 40 and 60, and with десет (deset) for 50, 70, 80 and 90: десет (deset) [10], дваесет (dvaeset) [20], триесет (trieset) [30], четириесет (četirieset) [40], педесет (pedeset) [50], шеесет (šeeset) [60], седумдесет (sedumdeset) [70], осумдесет (osumdeset) [80], and деведесет (devedeset) [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed from the matching units in the masculine form, followed by the word for ten with no space from eleven to nineteen (eg.: дванаесет (dvanaeset) [12]), and with the и (i) (and) word and the ten from twenty-one to ninety-nine (eg.: дваесет и пет (dvaeset i pet) [25]).
  • The hundreds are formed by suffixing the multiplier with the word for hundred, сто (sto), up to 300 and стотини (stotini) above: сто (sto) [100], двесте (dveste) [200], триста (trista) [300], четиристотини (četiristotini) [400], петстотини (petstotini) [500], шестотини (šeststotini) [600], седумстотини (sedumstotini) [700], осумстотини (osumstotini) [800], and деветстотини (devetstotini) [900].
  • The thousands are formed by stating the multiplier, then the word for thousand, except for one thousand itself: илјада (iljada) [1,000], две илјади (dve iljadi) [2,000], три илјади (tri iljadi) [3,000], четири илјади (četiri iljadi) [4,000], пет илјади (pet iljadi) [5,000], шест илјади (šest iljadi) [6,000], седум илјади (sedum iljadi) [7,000], осум илјади (osum iljadi) [8,000], and девет илјади (devet iljadi) [9,000].
  • The following big scale numers are милион (milion) [1 million, 106], милијарда (miliǰarda) [1 billion, 109], and трилион (trilion) [1 trillion, 1012].

Books

A Grammar of MacedonianA Grammar of Macedonian
by , editors Slavica Pub (2012)
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Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate StudentsMacedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students
by , editors University of Wisconsin Press (2011)
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¿Soy pequeña? Dali sum mala? Libro infantil ilustrado español-macedonio¿Soy pequeña? Dali sum mala? Libro infantil ilustrado español-macedonio
by , editors CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2014)
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Español-macedonio, macedonio-español diccionario con gramáticaEspañol-macedonio, macedonio-español diccionario con gramática
by , editors Slavica Pub (2003)
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Je suis petite, moi ? Dali sum mala? Un livre d’images pour les enfantsJe suis petite, moi ? Dali sum mala? Un livre d’images pour les enfants
by , editors CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2014)
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Les modes de narration en macédonienLes modes de narration en macédonien
by , editors L’Asiathèque (1995)
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Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian, and Slovene.

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