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Asalaamu aleykum,

 

In Dutch..looks a lot like Zuid-Afrikaans...( naturally :sl: )

 

1-een

2-twee

3-drie

4-vier

5-vijf

6-zes

7-zeven

8-acht

9-negen

10-tien

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then maybe bavaria dutch is alittle diffrent in prenounciation

 

btw

vishah that langauge i like the numbers sound

tell me what it is .

 

sounds like indian :sl:

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Salamu alaykummm,

 

here are Turkish numbers :sl:

 

1) Bir

2) İki

3) Uc ( i cant write dots of u and c :sl: )

4) Dort ( it is read as dirt lool)

5) Beş

6) Altı

7) Yedi

8) Sekiz

9) Dokuz

10)On

Edited by muzur

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vishah that langauge i like the numbers sound

sounds like indian :sl:

Its dhivehi, the language of Maldivians....

 

Ya, a bit similar to Indian way

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I'm not sure if that was a typo but 5 is Qamsa or khamsa without the "r."

 

I’ve always wanted to learn Hebrew, so here are the numbers. I'm not too sure how right they are so maybe eyal or someone else who speaks hebrew can correct them.

Alef

Bet

Glemel

Dalet

He

Vav

Zayen

Het

Tet

Yod

 

these arnt numbers they are the beginning of the hebrew alphabet. the numbers are:

 

(feminine)

akhat

shtayim

shalosh

arba

khamesh

shesh

sheva

shmoneh

tay-shah

eser

 

and yeah it is too bad hebrew is not spoken anywhere but israel, it is a good language.

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it's obvious which language this is!?

01. Ena (Ένα)

02. Dio (Δύο)

03. Tria (Τρία)

04. Tessera (Τέσσερα)

05. Pente (Πέντε)

06. Eksi (Έξι)

07. Epta (Επτά)

08. Okto (Οκτώ)

09. Ennea (Εννέα)

10. Deka (Δέκα)

 

it looks like some sort of slavic language.

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:sl:

 

hmm so hebrew numbers have feminine and masculine like arabic number! hm i guess they would :sl: being so close.

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well they are both semetic languages yeah. number 4 in hebrew and arabic is the same

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it looks like some sort of slavic language

greek

Edited by passerby

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Maori - from when I lived in New Zealand -

 

1- Tahi

2- rua

3- toru

4- wha (wh is pronounced like an "F" in Maori"

5- rima

6- ono

7- whetu

8- waru

9- iwa

10- tekau

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and yeah it is too bad hebrew is not spoken anywhere but israel, it is a good language.

 

which language they speak there then ? :sl:

i always thought they speak hebrew

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which language they speak there then ? :sl:

i always thought they speak hebrew

 

i dont think you quite unerstood me i was saying that its a good language and its too bad its not spoken outside israel

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:no:

 

Hahaha

:sl: :j: a got a good laugh from this thread anyway

 

Here goes Dhivehi, my mother toungue.

 

1. ek eh

2. dhe eh

3. thin neh

4. hatha reh

5. fa he

6. ha eh

7. ha the

8. ashe

9. nuva eh

10. dhiha eh

 

Count to ten huh... hmm...

 

20. Vihi

 

19. Onavihi (Navaara)

 

18. Ashaara

 

17. Sathaara

 

16. Solha

 

15. Fanara

 

14. Saadha

 

13. Theyra

 

12. Baara

 

11. Egaara

 

10. Dhiha eh

 

Done! Reverse Order! :sl: :D

 

:D

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:sl:

 

Pashto:

 

Yaw

Dowa

Drey

Salor

Penza

Shpazh

Wa

Ata

Na

Las

 

-----

Dari/Farsi

 

 

Yak

Du

Sey

Chaar

Panj

Shash

Haft

Asht

No

Da

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:D

Count To Ten

 

WoW thats easy.

 

one

two

three

four

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

 

:sl:

 

*looks at the other posts,oops. :sl:

 

:no:

 

Right I see,well I knew that. :j:

 

Weeell we aint had this have we. :D

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

 

:D

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Salaam,

 

Braille:

 

o-

-- 1

--

 

 

o-

o- 2

--

 

oo

-- 3

--

 

oo

-o 4

--

 

o-

-o 5

--

 

oo

o- 6

--

 

oo

oo 7

--

 

o-

oo 8

--

 

-o

o- 9

--

 

 

-o

oo

--

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:sl:

 

People already covered the languages I know so far masha' Allah. The only one that hasn't been is American Sign Language. Since I am not good at drawing on computers, here's a link:

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Note: The number two in the link is actually v. The real sign for it is your index finger and thumb open, with the rest of them closed. (Closed fingers, as usual, face the one(s) you are speaking to.)

Edited by ummammaar

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:sl:

 

My dads side spoke Pashto, so here goes:

 

1)yaw

 

2) dwa

 

3) dre

 

4) chalor

 

5) pinja

 

6)shpazh

 

7)oova

 

8)ata

 

9)nah

 

10)las

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turkish

0 sıfır

1 bir

2 iki

3 üç

4 dört

5 beş

6 altı

7 yedi

8 sekiz

9 dokuz

 

10 on

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can u guess this one??

 

1- yksi

2- kaksi

3- kolme

4- neljä

5- viisi

6- kuusi

7- seitsemän

8- kahdeksan

9- yhdeksän

10- kymmenen

 

...finnish :sl:

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Maybe too late to bring this thread back but hey I'm new to this part of the forum (barely step outside Islamic-western dialogue)

 

Irish Gaelic (with pronounciation on the side)

 

1-Aon(AY-un)

2-Do(Doh)

3-Tri(Tree/trey depending on location)

4-Ceathair (KA-hair)

5-Cuig (Koo-igg)

6-Sé(Shay)

7-Seacht(Shock't)

8-Ocht(Okt)

9-Naoi (Ney)

10-Deich (Deh)

 

 

Can do Punjabi-but its basically the same as Urdu, and I'm too lazy to find the corresponding characters for Korean :sl:

Edited by LDNCatholic

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Urdu

 

1. Aik

2. Doe

3. Teen

4. Chaar

5. Panch

6. Chay

7. Saath

8. Aath

9. Noe

10. Dus

Edited by hira

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