Romanian Numbers

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

One: unu
Two: doi
Three: trei
Four: patru
Five: cinci
Six: şase
Seven: şapte
Eight: opt
Nine: nouă
Ten: zece
Eleven: unsprezece
Twelve: douăsprezece
Thirteen: treisprezece
Fourteen: paisprezece
Fifteen: cincisprezece
Sixteen: şaisprezece
Seventeen: şaptesprezece
Eighteen: optsprezece
Nineteen: nouăsprezece
Twenty: douăzeci
Thirty three: treizecisitrei
One hundred: o suta
Three hundred and sixty: treisutesaizeci
One thousand: o mie

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

Two thousand and fourteen: douamiipaisprezece
One million: un milion
I'm thirty years old: Eu am treizeci de ani
I have 2 sisters and one brother: Eu am doua surori si un frate

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

First: primul
Second: al doilea
Third: al treilea
Fourth: al patrulea
Fifth: al cincilea
Sixth: al şaselea
Seventh: al şaptelea
Eighth: al optulea
Ninth: al nouălea
Tenth: al zecelea
Eleventh: al unsprezecelea
Twelfth: al doisprezecelea
Thirteenth: al treisprezecelea
Fourteenth: al paisprezecelea
Fifteenth: al cinsprezecelea
Sixteenth: al saisprezecelea
Seventeenth: al saptesprezecelea
Eighteenth: al optsprezecelea
Nineteenth: al nouasprezecelea
Twentieth: al douazecilea

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

English is my first language: Engleza e prima mea limba
Her second language is Spanish: A doua limba a ei este spaniola
Once: o dată
Twice: de două ori

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