Arabic Numbers 1-100

Posted on 25. Mar, 2010 by in Vocabulary

Here is another post that deals with the writing and pronunciation of Arabic numbers. The table below gives the numbers in writing and transliteration of the sounds. The following video gives the numbers in a sound file with the writing. Please note that the youtube clip includes nunation (تنوين) at the end of each number, but not the table.

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صفر

Sifr

1

واحد

waa7id

2

اثنان

ithnaan

3

ثلاثة

thalaatha

4

أربعة

arba3a

5

خمسة

khamsa

6

ستة

sitta

7

سبعة

sab3a

8

ثمانية

thamaaneya

9

تسعة

tis3a

10

عشرة

3ashara

11

أحد عشر

a7ada 3ashar

12

اثنا عشر

ithna 3ashar

13

ثلاثة عشر

thalaathata 3ashar

14

أربعة عشر

arba3ata 3ashar

 

15

خمسة عشر

khamsata 3ashar

16

ستة عشر

sittata 3ashar

17

سبعة عشر

sab3ata 3ashar

18

ثمانية عشر

thamaneyata 3ashar

19

تسعة عشر

tis3ata 3ashar

20

عشرون

3ishroon

21

واحد وعشرون

wa7id wa 3ishroon

22

اثنان وعشرون

ithnaan wa 3ishroon

30

ثلاثون

thalaathoun

40

أربعون

arba3oun

50

خمسون

khamsoun

60

ستون

sittoun

70

سبعون

sab3oun

80

ثمانون

thamaanoun

90

تسعون

tis3oun

100

مئة / مائة

mi’a

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صفر

Sifr

1

واحد

Wa7id

2

اثنان

Ithnaan

3

ثلاثة

Thalaatha

4

أربعة

Arba3a

5

خمسة

Khamsa

6

ستة

Sitta

7

سبعة

Sab3a

8

ثمانية

Thamaneya

9

تسعة

Tis3a

10

عشرة

3ashara

11

أحد عشر

A7ada 3ashar

12

اثنا عشر

Ithna 3ashar

13

ثلاثة عشر

Thalaathata 3ashar

14

أربعة عشر

Thalaatha 3ashar

15

خمسة عشر

Khamsata 3ashar

16

ستة عشر

Sittata 3ashar

17

سبعة عشر

Sab3ata 3ashar

18

ثمانية عشر

Thamaneyata 3ashar

19

تسعة عشر

Tis3ata 3ashar

20

عشرون

3ishroon

21

واحد وعشرون

Wa7id wa 3ishroon

22

اثنان وعشرون

Ithnaan wa 3ishroon

30

ثلاثون

thalaathoun

40

أربعون

Arba3oun

50

خمسون

Khamsoun

60

ستون

Sittoun

70

سبعون

Sab3oun

80

ثمانون

Thamaanoun

90

تسعون

Tis3oun

100

مئة / مائة

Mi’a

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37 Responses to “Arabic Numbers 1-100”

  1. David Beebee 25 March 2010 at 12:53 am #

    Hey love your blog very helpful for my studies:)

    Think there’s a mistake in the transliteration for number 14, could be a problem for those that don’t read the arabic script.

    Cheers

    David

  2. aziza 25 March 2010 at 12:24 pm #

    Thank you very much David!
    I will sort out number 14 immediately!
    Salaam,
    Aziza

  3. Yem 7 April 2010 at 6:58 am #

    Hello Aziza.

    Giving the numbers in a column Arabic script would also be useful. I tried to explain in my comments to your article in May 2009 but probably not well enough :-) Here is another attempt.

    It is probably still not possible to type Arabic numbers through the commonly available things such as Microsoft Arabic keyboard, but on the web you can make them visible with “HTML character entity codes” for which knowledge of the Unicode number used to encode is required (Hopefully Microsoft and others will fix these problems some day). Most blogging sites will let you embed this little bit of HTML in the middle of your text. Until then to type as follows
    0 as ۰ to give ۰
    1 as ۱ to give ۱
    2 as ۲ to give ۲
    3 as ۳ to give ۳
    4 as ۴ to give ۴
    5 as ۵ to give ۵
    6 as ۶ to give ۶
    7 as ۷ to give ۷
    8 as ۸ to give ۸
    9 as ۸ to give ۹

    Minor technical trivia: Note that format for each digit starts with ampersand with a # and ends with semi-colon. The x signifies that number that follows is in hexadecimal format. Hope this explanation is more comprehensible.

  4. Yem 7 April 2010 at 7:02 am #

    Above attempt did not work out as expected. Here is another attempt
    0 as &&nbsp # x06F0; to give ۰
    1 as &&nbsp # x06F1; to give ۱
    2 as &  # x06F2; to give ۲
    3 as &  # x06F3; to give ۳
    4 as &  # x06F4; to give ۴
    5 as &  # x06F5; to give ۵
    6 as &  # x06F6; to give ۶
    7 as &  # x06F7; to give ۷
    8 as &  # x06F8; to give ۸
    9 as &  # x06F8; to give ۹

    Minor technical trivia: Note that format for each digit starts with ampersand with a # and ends with semi-colon. The x signifies that number that follows is in hexadecimal format. Hope this explanation is more comprehensible.

  5. Yem 7 April 2010 at 7:08 am #

    Maybe third time is a charm :) Above attempt had minor typo which exposed some underlying HTML. Here is another attempt
    0 as &  #x06F0; to give ۰
    1 as &  #x06F1; to give ۱
    2 as &  #x06F2; to give ۲
    3 as &  #x06F3; to give ۳
    4 as &  #x06F4; to give ۴
    5 as &  #x06F5; to give ۵
    6 as &  #x06F6; to give ۶
    7 as &  #x06F7; to give ۷
    8 as &  #x06F8; to give ۸
    9 as &  #x06F8; to give ۹

    Minor technical trivia: Note that format for each digit starts with ampersand immediately followed with #. The space character above is just to work around issues with the software on this web site from interpreting it. It ends with semi-colon and no space characters upto that point. The x signifies that number that follows is in hexadecimal format. Hope this explanation is more comprehensible.

  6. Yem 7 April 2010 at 7:13 am #

    Okay. That last posting does look as I intended with of course the extra space I am forced to insert between the & and the # character which you should not type when using above method. Feel free to delete/edit the comments above – sorry to clutter this area but it took several tries to correctly display what I wanted.

  7. aziza 7 April 2010 at 11:39 am #

    Hello Mohammed,
    Thank you very much for your suggestions and your help. I think that it would be easier if you could convert the numbers on the post using html. Feel free to edit them!
    Salaam
    Aziza

  8. hanifa 21 May 2010 at 5:37 pm #

    can u tell me the numbers from 60-100 please?

  9. sara 12 August 2010 at 11:29 pm #

    I am currently studying Arabic and just want to let you know that i am finding your blog incredibly helpful! Especially with learning grammar which im finding quite tricky. Thanks a lot for sharing!

  10. aziza 21 August 2010 at 11:23 pm #

    شكراً يا سارة

  11. anis 7 November 2010 at 12:02 pm #

    Salaam Aziza,
    what does 3 stands for in the table?
    reply soon

  12. aziza 7 November 2010 at 5:38 pm #

    the letter ع in Arabic

  13. vidhi 17 February 2011 at 7:36 am #

    thanks a lot azza for ur help,but in my textbook the countings are different?
    There is a question in which we need to tell that how much is that thing for like they have asked that how much is the coat for and in the bracket they gave 80 and we need to write the coat is for 80 dinaar.
    can u pl. help me out?

  14. vidhi 17 February 2011 at 7:37 am #

    thanks a lot aziza for ur help,but in my textbook the countings are different?
    There is a question in which we need to tell that how much is that thing for like they have asked that how much is the coat for and in the bracket they gave 80 and we need to write the coat is for 80 dinaar.
    can u pl. help me out?

  15. aziza 19 February 2011 at 8:55 pm #

    Hello,
    the coat is for 80 dinaar
    المعطف بثمانين ديناراً.
    I hope this helps.
    Salaam,
    Aziza

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    Aziza! it is very helpful and very hard work from your side.we all appreciate it.I can read arabic but the problem is i cant speak.Hope making your blog as favorite soon i will be apple to speak arabic. INshallah.

    Big Respects

  17. Malik Imran Hussain Awan 19 October 2011 at 9:09 am #

    اسلام و عليكم يا عزيزه
    1st of all I am mashkoor for your blog. It has corrected my Arabic countring. My name is Malik Imran(From Pakistan) & I am a professional Graphics Designer working in Dubai, I recently joined here. I know many languages and I am also intended to learn Arabic. I request you that please tell me any website which can help me to learn basic Arabic. I’ll very greatful (Mashkoor) to you for your guidance.

    Jazak ALLAH.

    Wasalaam.

    Malik Imran

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