Chinese numerals - Wikipedia - asian word for number three


East Asian languages: numbers | WordReference Forums asian word for number three

There are characters representing the numbers zero through nine, There are two sets of characters for Chinese numerals: one for can be easily manipulated into 弍(two) or 弎(three). 億 · 億 · 亿 · 10, yì, jik1, ek, For variant meanings and words for higher values, see Large numbers.

In Chinese tradition, certain numbers are believed by some to be auspicious ( 吉利, pinyin: jílì; Cantonese Yale: gātleih) or inauspicious (不利, pinyin: bùlì; Cantonese Yale: bātleih) based on the Chinese word that the number sounds similar to. It's significant since it is one of three important stages in a person's life (birth.

Numbers 12 - 19 are the same as except with the the number 1) is the last word in a number it becomes เอ็ด (èt) For instance, 30 is สามสิบ săam sìp which if translated literally is just "three ten".

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say the following numbers in East Asian languages: One Two Three Four And their languages borrowed a huge number of Chinese words.