Esperanto Numbers

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

One: unu
Two: du
Three: tri
Four: kvar
Five: kvin
Six: ses
Seven: sep
Eight: ok
Nine: naŭ
Ten: dek
Eleven: dek unu
Twelve: dek du
Thirteen: dek tri
Fourteen: dek kvar
Fifteen: dek kvin
Sixteen: dek ses
Seventeen: dek sep
Eighteen: dek ok
Nineteen: dek naŭ
Twenty: dudek
Thirty three: tridek tri
One hundred: cent
Three hundred and sixty: tricent sesdek
One thousand: unu mil

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

Two thousand and fourteen: dumil dekkvar
One million: unu miliono
I'm thirty years old: Mi havas tridek jarojn
I have 2 sisters and one brother: Mi havas du fratinojn kaj unu fraton

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

First: unua
Second: dua
Third: tria
Fourth: kvara
Fifth: kvina
Sixth: sesa
Seventh: sepa
Eighth: oka
Ninth: naŭa
Tenth: deka
Eleventh: dekunua
Twelfth: dekdua
Thirteenth: dektria
Fourteenth: dekkvara
Fifteenth: dekkvina
Sixteenth: deksesa
Seventeenth: deksepa
Eighteenth: dekoka
Nineteenth: deknaŭa
Twentieth: dudeka

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

English is my first language: La angla lingvo estas mia unua lingvo
Her second language is Spanish: Ŝia dua lingvo estas la hispana lingvo
Once: foje
Twice: dufoje

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