Basque Numbers

This page is about numbers in Basque. Including the cardinal (counting) and ordinal (order) numbers. Each of which is used in a different situation.

One: bat
Two: bi
Three: hiru
Four: lau
Five: bost
Six: sei
Seven: zazpi
Eight: zortzi
Nine: bederatzi
Ten: hamar
Eleven: hamaika
Twelve: hamabi
Thirteen: hamahiru
Fourteen: hamalau
Fifteen: hamabost
Sixteen: hamasei
Seventeen: hamazazpi
Eighteen: hemezortzi
Nineteen: hemeretzi
Twenty: hogei
Thirty three: Hogehita hamairu.
One hundred: Ehun.
Three hundred and sixty: Hiru ehun eta hirurogehi.
One thousand: Mila.

Here are some examples in Basque for the cardinal numbers above.

Two thousand and fourteen: Bi mila berrogehi.
One million: Milioi bat.
I'm thirty years old: Hogeita hamar urte ditut.
I have 2 sisters and one brother: Bi arreba eta anai bat ditut.

Now we move on to the ordinal numbers, which helps us organize things by order or rank.

First: lehena
Second: bigarrena
Third: hirugarrena
Fourth: laugarrena
Fifth: bosgarrena
Sixth: seigarrena
Seventh: zazpigarrena
Eighth: zortzigarrena
Ninth: bederatzigarrena
Tenth: hamargarrena
Eleventh: hamaikagarrena
Twelfth: hamabigarrena
Thirteenth: hamahirugarrena
Fourteenth: Hamalaugarrena.
Fifteenth: Hamabostgarrena.
Sixteenth: Hamaseigarrena.
Seventeenth: Hamazazpigarrena.
Eighteenth: Hamazortzigarrena.
Nineteenth: Hemeretzigarrena.
Twentieth: Hogeigarrena.

And here are a couple sentences related to the ordinal numbers above.

English is my first language: Ingelesa da nire ama hizkuntza.
Her second language is Spanish: Gure bigarren hizkuntza espainola da.
Once: behin
Twice: bi aldiz / Birritan.

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