Language name and locationː Breton, France [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: 布列颠, 西北部布列颠地

 

1. unan [ˈyːnɑ̃n] (both masc. / fem.)

21.   unan warn uɡent [ˈyːnɑ̃n warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

2. daou [dou̯]/div[diw] (masc. / fem.)

22.   daou warn uɡent  [ˈdou̯ warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

3. tri [triː] /teir [tei̯r] (masc. / fem.)

23.   tri warn uɡent [ˈtriː warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

4. pevar [ˈpɛːvar] /peder [ˈpeːdɛr]

24.   pevar warn uɡent [ˈpɛvar warˈnyːɡɛn(t]

5. pem(p) [pɛm(p)]

25.   pemp warn uɡent [ˈpɛmp warˈnyːɡɛnt]

6. cʼhwecʼh [xwɛːx]

26.   cʼhwecʼh warn uɡent

7. seizh [sei̯s]

27.   seizh warn uɡent  [ˈsei̯z warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

8. eizh [ei̯s]

28.   eizh warn uɡent [ˈei̯z warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

9. nav [nao̯]

29.   nav warn uɡent  [ˈnao̯ warˈnyːɡɛn(t)]

10. dek [dek] /[deːɡ]

30.   treɡont [ˈtreːɡɔn]

11. unnek [ˈœ̃nɛk] /[ˈœ̃nɛɡ]

40.   daou uɡent [dou̯ˈyːɡɛn)] ( 2 x 20 )

12. daouzek [ˈdɔu̯zɛk] /[ˈdɔu̯zɛɡ]

50.   hanter kant [ˈhɑ̃ntɛr ˈkɑ̃n] (half 100)

13. trizek [ˈtriːzɛk]/[ˈtriːzɛɡ]

60.   tri uɡent [ˈtriˈyːɡɛn] ( 3 x 20 )

14. pevarzek [pɛˈvarzɛk] /[pɛˈvarzɛɡ]

70.   dek ha tri uɡent [ˈdɛɡ a triˈyːɡɛn]

15. pemzek [ˈpɛmzɛk]/[ˈpɛmzɛɡ]

80.   pevar uɡent [ˈpɛːvar ˈyːɡɛn]( 4 x 20 )

16. cʼhwezek [ˈxweːzɛk] /[ˈxweːzɛɡ]

90.   dek ha pevar uɡent [ 10 + (4 x 20)]

17. seitek [ˈsei̯tɛk]/ [ˈsei̯tɛɡ]

100.  kant [kɑ̃n]

18. triwecʼh [ˈtriwɛx] ( 3 x 6 )

200.  daou cʼhant [ˈdou̯ ˈxɑ̃n]

19. naontek [ˈnao̯tɛk]

1000. mil [ˈmil]

20. uɡent [ˈyːɡɛn(t)]

2000. daou vil [dou̯ ˈvil]

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Gwendal Denis, Center for Research on Breton and Celtic, University of Rennes / Université Rennes 2, Haute Bretagne, France, September 12, 2002, March 1, 2013

供资料的语言学家: Prof. Gwendal Denis, 2002 年 9 月 12 日, 2013 年 2 月 13 日

 

Other comments: Breton has a vigesimal numeral system, there are two forms (masculine and feminine) of numbers 2-4 and 22 to 24.

2 daou [dou̯] (masculine ) / div [diw] (feminine)

3 tri [triː]  (masculine ) /teir [tei̯r] (feminine)

4 pevar [ˈpɛːvar]  (masculine ) / peder (feminine)

22 daou warn uɡent  (masculine ) / div warn uɡent (feminine)

23 tri warn uɡent  (masculine ) / teir warn uɡent (feminine)

24 pevar warn uɡent  (masculine ) / pedar warn uɡent (feminine)

18 is expressed by triwecʼh [ˈtriwɛx] ( 3 x 6 )

50 is expressed by hanter kant [ˈhɑ̃ntɛr ˈkɑ̃n], literally 'half 100'.

70 is dek ha tri uɡent [ˈdɛɡ a triˈyːɡɛn] = [10 + (3 x 20)]

90 is  dek ha pevar uɡent [ˈdɛɡ a pɛːvar ˈyːɡɛn] = [10 + (4 x 20)]

120 kant ugent  (100 + 20) or  c’hwec’h ugent  ( 6 x 20)

140 kant daou ugent (100 + [ 2 x 20 ]) or seizh ugent ( 7 x 20 ) etc.


                            

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