Fourteenth edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 14:53:11 GMT)

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Slavic languages numbers

AC promised you a list of numbers in Eastern European languages. So, here are the figures 1-0 in the various languages. Corrections and additions are most welcome.

Slovak / phonetic
jeden dva tri štyri pät' šest' sedem osem devät' nula
jeden dva tri styri pat sest sedem osem devat noella
Czech / phonetic
jeden dva tri ctyri pet šest sedm osm devet nula
jeden dva tri ctyri pet sest sedm osm devet noella
Polish / phonetic
jeden dwa trzy cztery piec szesc siedem osiem dziewiec zero
jeden dwa trzy cztery piec szesc siedem osiem dziewiec zero
Serb-Croat / phonetic
jedan dva tri cetiri pet šest sedam osam devet nula
jeddan dwa trie tsjetirie peet sjest seddam ossam dewet noella
Hungarian/ phonetic
egy ketto harom négy ot hat hét nyolc kilenc nulla
edj ketteu harom needj ot hat het njolts kilents noella
Russian (pronounced differently by various numbers stations)
adjien dwa trie tsityrji pjat sjest sjem wosiem djewiet nul
adean dva tri chetirye pyet shest syem vosem devyet noll
adim dva tri chedearia byad shest shin vojim devierd noll
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
Romanian
unu dobi trei patru cinci sase sapte opt noua zero
Of course, languages using Cyrillic alphabet are only displayed in phonetics. Please note it is possible that your browser incorrectly displays some characters belonging to extended charsets and for which there is no HTML special sequence available. Moreover Hungarian and Romanian are not Slavic.

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