Number 1 to 10 in 5020 Languages

Submitted by: FuzzyPickle 10 years ago in
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Contains numbers one to ten in 5020 languages which is about 50,200 numbers.
There are 33 comments:
Male 134
How the hell do you say "l%ip1" or "pa,^,.)y" :S xD
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Female 157
this page is a wod of useless information
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Female 331
I love other languages, they make me go "woah".
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Male 2,781
ENGLISH, ESPAÑOL, ITALIANO, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH

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Male 109
There shouly be `Hello` in 5020 languages aswell.That would be good.
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Male 165
There are way too many languages out there.
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Female 280
haha, how overwhelming
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Male 1,496
I like this because i just started Spanish.

That will be my third language. Many languages that keep closer to latin are almost the same any way after you mastered one (like me, french) then the rest aren`t that hard. I liked this link.

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Male 1,386
for sino-japanese, they didnt say 4 can also by yon, 7 can also be nana, and 9 can also be kyuu.
and aftershock, how many do you know 0_o
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Male 99
I am offened, that they do not have pure vietnamese. Not the french based thingy.
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Male 2,781
I ONLY NEED TO LEARN ABOUT 49,015 MORE LANGUAGES
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Female 228
same xRevengex. interesting but boring.
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Female 419
Interesting, kinda boring though.
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Male 35
actaully it can be both "en" and "et", and when counting you would normally use "et" - not "en"..
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Male 35
It says that 1 is "én" in danish, though it is in fact just "en"
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Male 382
Woo, they have Welsh! Fun language.
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Male 1
Well theoretically it should be 50,200 numbers but in that list there are probably a few numbers missing in some of the super-obscure languages which are almost impossible to find information on. Plus some languages might have complex number systems which don`t follow our normal concept of one to ten. And even some languages might have multiple words for the same number. Go ahead and count them if you like.
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Male 36
one, two, or is it three?

Well this is retarted of course everyone knows the numbers form 1 to 10. IT`S THE ABSOLUT BASICS OF MATHEMATICS!! D`OH

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Male 732
So, pallzoltan-smartass, what number are incorrect?
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Male 375
ABOUT 50200 numbers?

strange...shouldn`t it be EXACTLY that many?

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Male 1,420
oh that was clever.
welcome to sixth grade though!
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Male 348
lets all have sex!!!
uhh..... I only ment six in latin+, but ok sure!!!!!
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Male 13
How long would that have taken?! :-/
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Male 1,092
Who wrote all this
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Male 1,406
Good source of reference if I ever feel like looking like a smartass.
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Male 916
Certain numbers don`t seem to exist in certain languages. Funny.
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Male 83
You thought wrong.
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Male 591
I thought I was cool for knowing 4 languages...
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Male 65
some of them are incorrect...
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Female 1,228
O......K.
lots of no.s.
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Male 242
wow. that`s a lot O_O
now you can ask someone `Name a language, any language, and I`ll count to ten in it.` xD
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Male 83
Actually it`s exactly 50,200 numbers.
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Male 54
Link: Number 1 to 10 in 5020 Languages [Rate Link] - Contains numbers one to ten in 5020 languages which is about 50,200 numbers.
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