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47

The Number 47 in 612 languages:

LanguageTranslationTransliteration
AbazaгIвынгIважвый быжьбаʕwənʕwažwəj bəžjba
Abenakiiawinska taba tôbawôz
Abkhazҩынҩажәи быжьбаʿ°ənʿ°až°əi bəžʼba
Abunmusyu at mufit
Achi', Cubulcowuquub' kak'aal
Acholipyeèr àŋwɛ̍ɛ̀nn wiɛ àbïïryɔ̀
AdygheплIыщIрэ блырэpḷəṣ̂ră bləră
Adyghe (Temirgoi)тIуэкIыйтIурэ блырэtʷʼaʧʼəjtʷʼra bɮəra
Afadetikumgasigôdûllo
Afrikaanssewe-en-veertig
Aghemŋ́'ghɨ́m ǹcìakɔ̀ àghè tɔ̌ sɨ̀ghàmbɨ̀ghà°
AghulягъцIурна еридyaɣcʼurna yerid
Agta, Casiguran Dumagatépat a pulu éy ta pitu
Ainu-arwanpe ikasma tu hotnep
Akan (Twi)aduanan nson
Akkadian †-sēbe u erbā
Alabamapoolihchóstàakawahontòklo
Alamblakyima hosfi tir yohtti hosf
Albanian, Toskdyzet e shtatë
Aleutsichidim hatix̂ uluung
Ambulasdu vétik-na maan vétik taaba kupuk kayék vétik
Amharic፵፯ - አርባ ሰባትarba səbat
Anuakpìir āŋwɛ́ɛn kúr bírɪ́ɪàw
Arabic, North Levantine Spoken٤٧ - سبعة واربعينsab`a w-'arb`īn
Arabic, Standard٤٧ - سبعة واربعونsab`a wa-'arba`ūna
Aragonesecuaranta siete
Aramaic (Chaldee) †אַרְבְּעִין וַשְׁבַעʾarbəʿîn va-šəvaʿ
Arapahoyeiyóó' níísotóxuuni'
Archiбукьиттур вилIатIуbuqʼittur wiƛatʼu
Armenianքառասունյոթkʽaṙasownyotʽ
Armenian, Classical †քառասուն եւ եւթնkʽaṙasown ew ewtʽn
Arop-Lokepsangaul pai be limi be ru
Arosihai tangahuru biu
Assamese৪৭ - সাতচল্লিশsātcalliś
Assyrian †ܐܪܦܝ ܫܘܐ - ܡܙarpī šāwā
Assyrian Neo-Aramaicܐܲܪܒܥܝܼܢ ܘܫܲܒܼܥܵܐ - ܡܙârib'în w-šâw'a
Asturiancuarenta y siete
AvarкӀикъоялда анкьгоkʼiqʼoyalda anƛʼgo
Aymará, Centralpusi-tunka-paqallquni
Azerbaijani, Northгырх једдиqırx yeddi
Babatana (Sisiqa)kiriduki vetu
BagvalalбоцІа гьакьудаboc’a haƛ’uda
Balipetang dasā pitu
Bali-Vituzangavulukuvata balana tepolorua
Bamanankanbi naani ni wolonfla
Banjarampatpuluh pitu
Barakhinei *-chedêsht e khâp
Bareinmōso fudu desmsidi
Bashkirҡырҡ етеqırq ete
Basqueberrogeita zazpi
BatsшаузтIкъа ворлъšauzt’q’a vorł
Bedawi?fáḍigtamunwa asaráma
Belarusanсорак семsorak siem
Bena [Tanzania]makyumi gataji na mufung'ati
Benchod3ta2ma4 na2pm3a4
Bengbū-síéŋ́ àsḭ́ŋ́ sɔ́-plā
Bengali৪৭ - সাতচল্লিশsātcalliś
Bezhtaоьнкъоьнаьйиг алІнаṏq’önäyig aƛna
Bicolano, Centralapatnapulo may pito
Bislamafoti seven
Boleko poɗɗo bāwulo
Bondo?di-kori-sạt
Borohabbe-shawaatà
Bosniančetirideset i sedam
Bretonseizh ha daou-ugent
Budukhкъахъаны ейджуqʼaqanə yeyǯu
Bulgarianчетиридесет и седемčetirideset i sedem
Bumakwateva tamana tibi
Burmese၄၇ - ေလးဆယ့္ခုနစ္lè-s'eh-k'un-hniq
Burushaski?altó-áltar thaló
Byangsipisa nis
Cadhinor *-tiedect ĥaep
Candoshi-Shaprakutsás tsibon íptaaro tsibon matáyaro
Carrier?did whuniz̠yai 'on'ad lhtak'ant'i
Catalan-Valencian-Balearquaranta-set
Catawba †pítcipáro wásigníu oksá
Cebuanokap-atan ug pito
Chagatai †۴۷ - قيرق يتتيqïrq yetti
Cham, Westernpak pluh tajuh
Chamorrofatfat ngafulu guai fiti
Chatino, Tataltepectu'ba nga'yu tyucua
Chaudangsipisa-nis
Cheìsò ì na̱s nì̱ ta̱ngbá̱k
Chechenшовзткъа ворхӀšovztq'a vorh
CherokeeᏅᎩᏍᎪᎯ ᎦᎵᏉᎩnvgisgohi galiquogi
Cheyennenevó'e-hóhtȧ-nésȯhtoha
Chibcha †gue botsa cuhubcua
Chin, Bawmsawm li leh pa sarih
Chinantec, Palantlato¹ láw¹ rï² zḯ² gyo¹
Chinantec, Quiotepectų¹ ló¹² dyaih¹
Chinese, Hakka四十七si53 sip5 tsʰit3
Chinese, Mandarin四十七sì shí qī
Chinese (Middle) †四十七*sjì ʒ́ip chjit
Chinese, Min Dong四十七sé-sĕk-chék
Chinese, Min Nan四十七sì-cha̍p-chhit
Chinese (Old) †四十有七*slhijs gip whǝʔ shit
Chinese, Wu四十七si34 zach2 chich5
Chinese, Yue四十七sei sahp chāt
Chinook Wawalakit tahtlum pe sinamokst
Chippewaᓃᒥᑕᓇ ᐊᔑ ᓃᔥᐙᔅᐎniimidana ashi niizhwaaswi
Choctawpokoli ušta untuklo
Chol, Tilawucp'ej i yuxc'al
Chraupuôn jât pŏh
Chrupà pluh tơjuh
Chukotӈирэӄӄликкин ӈэръамытлыӈэн паролngirėqqlikkin ngėr"amytlyngėn parol
Chuvashҫич хӗрӗхçich khĕrĕkh
Chuwabumakumi manai na tano
Clallamŋəsɬšáʔ ʔiʔ cʼúʔkʷs
Comanchehayarokwetʉ̱ sʉʉmarʉ taatsʉkwi̱tʉ mai toi katʉ̱
Coptic (Sahidic) †м̅ζ̅ - ϩмєcαϣϥєhmesašfe
Cornishseyth ha dewgans
Corsicanquaranta sétte
Crimean Turkishкъыркъ едиqırq yedi
Croatiančetrdeset sedam
Crowshuhpáapilak-axpísahpua
Cuêzi *-bārdetoxāeps
Cupeño †wichiwish tulwenet nemakwa̱nangax pa'axw wih namyaxwen
Czechčtyřicet sedm
Dalecarliansjú og fyrti
Dameli۴۷ - دوبشي يو ستdobišiyosat
Danishsyvogfyrre
DargwaавцӀану верхӀраawcʼanu werħra
Dargwa (K'ubachi)агъвцIанувēйаaɣʷcʼanuwēya
Darmiyapisa nisu
Dehulue atre nge lue ngöm
DidoкъаӀнохъуно гІолІноqʼˁanoquno ˁoƛno
Dinka, Southwesternthiɛ̈r ŋuan ku dhorou
Dogon, Bangeri Medebe na kiye
Donggan bal ul tɔŋ bar
Dumi४७ - तिमसिमtɨmsɨm
Dunganсышы чиsyshy chi
Dutchzevenenveertig
Edoeha ei ro vbe 'kigbe si 'yi-eha
Egyptian †∩∩∩∩lllllllḥm-sfḫ.w
Ekari-mépia pituó
Elkarîl *-mpôq path-tîx
Englishforty-seven
English, Old †seofon and feoƿertig
Esaniyi-eva yan ihinlo̲n
Esperanto *kvardek sep
Estoniannelikümmend seitse
Estonian (Võro)nelikümmend säidse
Etruscan †semφ huθalχ
Evenнадан-дигин-жанжиалаканnadan-digin-žanžialakan
Evenkiдыгин дьар наданdygin d'ar nadan
Faroesesjeyogfjøruti
Farsi, Eastern۴٧ - چهل وهفتčehel-o-haft
Farsi, Western۴۷ - چهل وهفتčehel-o-haft
Fijianvāsagavulu-ka-vitu
Fijian, Westernvā-hagavulu-ka-viju
Finnishneljäkymmentäseitsemän
Flaidish *-samen goreck
Folkspraak *sevenunfiertig
Fonkànɖé nùkún tɛ́nwè
Frenchquarante-sept
Frisian, Northernsoowenänfäärti
Frisian, Westernsânenfjirtich
Friuliancuarantesiet
Furubàlé ná sɔ́ zɔ̀ ná sísì mùtuá
Gabridóporin ja jurgum
Gaelic, Irishdaichead a seacht
Gaelic, Scottishdà fhichead is a seachd
Galiciancorenta e sete
Gamilaraaybuligaa banay guulay
Gandaamakumi ana mu musanvu
Gapapaiwatomowina ruwa ma miikovi ma ruwa
Garosot-bri-sin-i
Garo (Abeng)kor-a-ci-sin-i
Georgianორმოცდაშვიდიormotsdašvidi
Georgian, Old †ႭႰႫႤႭႺ ႣႠ ႸჃႨႣႨormeoc da šwidi
Germansiebenundvierzig
German, Middle High †siben und vierzec
German, Old High †sibun unt fiorzug
GhodoberiбуӀуцӀали гьакьудаbuˀucʼali haƛʼuda
Godiégwlɩ sɔ ängbɔɔ sɔ
Goemaiyagurum vɨ̀l šɪ̀kà pɨ̀vɨl
Gothic †-fidwor tigjus sibun
Greekσαράντα εφτάsaránda eftá
Greek, Ancientμζ' - τετταράκοντα κɑί ἑπτάtettarákonta kaí heptá
Groningszeuvenenvaartig
Guanche †sat arbago
Guaraní, Paraguayanỹrũndy pekũakõi pekũamokõi
Gujarati૪૭ - સુદ્તલિસsudtalis
Gulaydabuori beg dagsuba
Gwandara (Nimbia)gume ugu nu kwada
Haiti Creole Frenchkarant-sèt
Halkomelemx̌əθənłsxé ˀi tə tʼθáˀkʷs
Hanovasi han̄vulu bitu
Hausaar̃ba'in da bakwai
Hawaiiankanahā-kūmā-hiku
Hebrewארבעים ושבעarba'im vesheva
Hehemachumi gatai na mfúngati
Hereroomirongo vine na hambombari
Hindi४७ - सैंतालीसsaiṅtālīs
Hinukhкъонохъуно олӀноqʼonoquno oƛno
Hittite †-nin5 imin
Hopinaalöv pakwt niikyang tsange' siikya'ta
Hulingui tebo ngui mane-gonaga kira
Hungariannegyvenhét
Hunzibокъенригно алIноoqʼenrigno aƛno
Iaailo at ke thabung ke nua lo
Icelandicfjörutíu og sjö
Ido *quaradek-e-sep
Ifugao, Batadnapat ta pitu
Igboiri anọ na asaa
Ilocanouppat a pulo ket pito
Indonesianempat puluh tujuh
Indonesian (Jakarta)mpat pulo tujuh
Ingrianneljäkymment seitsen
Ingushшовзткъа ворхӀšovztq'a vorh
Interlingua *quaranta-septe
Inupiatun, Northwest Alaskanmalġukipiaq tallimat malġuk
Ismaîn *-ʂiʐeç hep
Italianquarantasette
Itelmenч'ақаън товассаън еқ етуктунукçʼaqaˀn towassaˀn eq etuktunuk
Ithkuil *nastʼei
Iu Mienfeix-ziepc cietv
Ixil, Nebajca'viinkil tuch'
Jangshungbi-cu snis
Japanese四十七yon juu nana
Japanese, Ancient †?yosodi amari nanatu
Javanesepatang puluh pitu
Jehpuan jãt tơpèh
Jurchen-tehi nadan
Jur Modo'butë sowɔ döömu dɔmorïyö
KabardianпIлIыщIрэ блырэpʼɬʼəɕʼra bɮəra
Kabuverdianukorénta-séti
Kadazan, Labuk-Kinabatanganapat opulu om turu
Kagoroǹsʼàk ǹ nàáy áŋgó nàtát
Kaili, Ledopatapulu papitu
Kaili, Ledo (Tara)patampulu papitu
Kairiruqolem vyat lim uru
Kalenjinartam-u ak tisap
Kalmyk-Oiratдөчн доланdöčn dolan
Kamberapatu kambulu pitu
Kannada೪೭ - ನಲವತ್ತೇಳುnalavattēḷu
Kaqchikel, Centralwuku' roxk'al
Karaboro, Easterngbēesḭ̀ḭ tèsḛ̄ kwásḭ̀ḭ nē
Karbiphlikep throksi
Kareliannelläkümmendäseiččemän
Kashubianszterdzesce sétme
Katu, Easternpuôn jêt tapól
Kawaiisuwacuuymɨsunoˀmɨzi
Kazakhқырық жетіqyryq žeti
Kenyah, Kelinyau (Lebu' Kulit)pat pulu' tuseu
Kenyah, Kelinyau (Òma Lóngh)pèj fulu tuju
Kebreni *-hak kram migurai
Kenyang-bɛsa bɛ́pay nsɛm tándrámɔt
Kera-hor uāde sēda
Ketсол онsòl on
Khakasхырх чітиqırq čity
Khalaj, Turkic?qïrq yätti
Khanty (Eastern)?ńələjöŋ läwət
Khanty (Western)ньатәяң тапәтńatəjaŋ tapət
ΚhinalughкІунукьан йикІk’unuƛ’an yik’
Khmer, Central៤៧ - ែសសឹបំពីរsae-seup pram-pi
Κhvarshiкъунихъу олӀаq’uniqu oƛa
Kimaghamatjî kavé iburo növèrè
Kiowayátkyákhįį phânsę́thąą
Kirghizкырк жетиkyrk žeti
Kiribatiabwi ma itua
Klamath-Modocumit-eni taunep lap-ksapt
Klingon * -  loSmaH Soch
Koasatipolostá:k awáh ontóklon
Kok Borokbrwichi sni
Kolami, Northwestern?satcaḷis
Komi-Zyrianԋеԉамын-ԍиԅимńeĺamɨn-śiźim
Konkombaimonko ilee ni nlule
Korean마흔 일곱ma.hŭn il.gop
Koromféfĩnaa la ıpɛ̃ɛ̃
Kovepalu-tutu-ai fitu
Kpanî-ndge í-fàn ì-mbà mo dun tùfàn
Krytsкъвахъхъана йыгъыдqʼʷaqqana yəɣəd
Kumykдортмюш еттиdortmyuş yetti
Kunamara ra fo same joróš
Kurdish, Northernçil û heft
Kwangrudulai wa bugur
Lakмукъцали арулбаmuq’cali arulba
Lakotawikčémna ṫóṗa aǩé šak̇ówiŋ
Lalavani-vui kala-koi ka
Languedocienquaranta-e-sèt
Lao໔໗ - ສີ່ສິບເຈດsī sip jēt
Larike-Wakasihuhutu ati daitu
LatinXLVII - quadrāgintā septem
Latviančetrdesmit septiņi
Latvian (Latgalian)četrdesmit septeni
Lavukalevekanamil nun o soa
Lazჟურნეჩიდოშქითjurneçidoşkit
Lenca †búrro búrro búrro búrru
Lepcha-kă-fă-lí kă-kyăk-thăp
LezgiяхцӀурни иридyaxc’urni irid
Limbu᥊᥍ - ᤗᤡᤃᤵᤡᤏᤢᤛᤡligip-núsí
Limbu, Classical †?libo·ŋaŋ-nu·si
Lingalantúku mínei na sámbó
Lingua Franca Nova *cuatrodes-sete
Lithuanianketuriasdešimt septyni
Livnēļakimdõ seis
Lojban *voze
Longguvai tangavulu viu
Luba-Kasaimakumi anayi ne mwanda muteketa
Luchazimakúmi au̪ánà nazitánù nazivalí
Luiseñochóo'on nomáa no'é' tápaat yú'pan nomáa no'é' chóo'on 'awóo kavíkvish
Luxembourgeoissiwenavéierzeg
Maasai (Northern)ártàm ɔ́ naápìshànà
Maasai (Southern)ártàm ɔ́ sápâ
Macedonianчетириесет и седумčetirieset i sedum
Maduraempa' polo peto'
Mahoubinaani ni woonvyaa
Maithili४७ - सैंतालीसsáĩtālīs
Malagasy, Plateaufito amby efapolo
Malayempat puluh tujuh
Malayalam൪൭ - നാല്‍പ്പത്തിയേഴ്‌nālppattiyēļ
Maleʔoydí-támmi lánkayi
Malecite-Passamaquoddyne-wînsk' chel lo-i'-kûn-ûk
Maltesesebgħa u erbgħin
Mam, Northernkya'wnaq wuuq
Manchu᠔᠗ - ᡩᠵᡥᢗ ᠨ᠇ᠳ᠇ᡝdehi nadan
Mandaic?ārbīn ušobba
Mandinkataŋ naani niŋ worowula
Maninkakan, Westernbinaanin ni woronwila
Manobo, Obokepatan teg pito
Manobo, Saranganikepatan teg pito
Mansiсат нупыл атпанsāt nūpəl atpan
Manx †shiaght as daeed
Maoriwhā tekau mā whitu
Mapudungunmeli mari regle
Marathi४७ - सत्तेचाळिसsattecāḷis
Mari, Easternнылле шымnə̑lle šə̑m
Mari, Western?nəllə šəm
Maricopashaxuk chmpapk mayk pxkyeek
Marquesan, Northernhā ‘onohu‘u ma hitu
Masalitutuk utuk ganɛ as mari
Mator †-teite čūˀn kejˀbü
Mayoguoi tacá ama guoibúsani
Mazateco, Huautlateñujuyatu
Mazateco, San Jerónimo Tecóatlichán itoò
Mele-Filagafuru ee-faa antuumaa ee-fitu
Memoni٤٧ - سڑتالیsuṛtāli
Micmacnewiskáq jil lluiknek
Mingrelianჟარნეჩი დო შქჳთიjarneči do škviti
Mishipgurum vɨl pò pɔ̀gɔ̀vɨl
Mixteco, Alcozaucau̱vi̱ xiko u̱xa̱
Mixteco, Chayucouu xico usa
Mixteco, San Juan Coloradouvi xico utsa
Mixteco, San Miguel el Grandeuū xico usiā
Mofu-Gudurkwakwár məfaɗ a ríya maasála
Mohawkkaie:ri niwahsen tsa:ta
Mokshaнильгемонь сисемniljgemonj sisem
Momaopompulu papitu
Mon, Old †?pôn jah həpoh
Mondlango *kwardek-sep
Mongolian, Halhдөчин долооdöčin doloo
Mòorépís naasé lá à yó póe
Moronenepato pulu opitu
Msertkum kítio de kātr
Mundangjam nai de eríng
Mundanièghem yekpì ntsɔ̀b besà̧à̧mbe
Mündütìkpì baala de fe yi lòrozi
Muskogeepale-osten-kolvpaken-ohkaken
Mussau-Emiraqaatagaulu qaitu
Mwaghavullàr fer bà pòvul
Nabasi so kar selí
Nafaanrafúloe shiin na kɔ́ɔ̀-na-shin
Naga, Changsau-nyi-to-nyet
Naga, Maori padi canio
Nahuatl, Centralompohuallihuan chicome
Namahàká tìsí hṹṹ |'aa
Naskapiᓇᐎᔪᐤ ᐊᓱ ᓂᔄᐅᑕᒡnaawiyuw aasu niiswaautahch
Nauruanama ma aeiu
Navajodízdiin dóó ba'ąą tsosts'id
Ndebelematjhumi amane nalikhomba
Ndomnif abo mer abo merègh
Ndongaomilongo 'ne na heali
Nenets (Tundra)тет ю̄” cӣ”йвtyet° yúq syíqw°
Nengoneruesedorewene
Nepali४७ - सतचालीसsatcālīs
Ngastek fir pò pòbap
Ngembanuwumnukwa nsamba
Ngitiwǎdhɨ̀ dɔ̀ ɔpɨ-vi
Niellimhunḗri ńam lṓŋa
Niuafo‘oufā ngofulu mā fitu
Niuefagofulu ma fitu
Nogaiкырк жеттиkırk jetti
Norse, Old †sjau ok fjórir tigir
Norwegian, (Nynorsk)førtisju
Norwegian, Bokmålførtisju
Novial *quaranti sep
Nubi?sába arbeín
Nuer?jien nguaan wicde ba reu
Nungslỉ slíhp chéht
Nyanjamakumi anayi mphembu zisanu ndi ziwiri
Nzakaramgutu öru aliišibé aliiyu
Occidental *quarant-sett
Ohlone, Southern †utsit tanats hac tsaquichi
Oneidakayé niwáhsʌ tsya:ták
Onondagagayeri niɣassin tchiatak kahrē
Ormuri?cāṣ̌tū-hō
Orokзиндо надаzindo nada
Osagelébrą tóópa ecí hpéǫpa
Osetinавд æмæ дыууиссæдзavd æmæ dywwissædz
Palauanokoua mȩ a tenid
Palikúrpaxnika madikwa akak nteunenker araunar
Pampanganapat a pulu't pitu
Pangasinanapataplo tan pito
Panjabi, Eastern੪੭ - ਸਨਤਾਲੀsantālī
Parkwaχimūfada madufa
Pashto, Northern۴۷ – اوەڅلوېښتowəcalweṣt
Piemontesequarantaset
Polabian †citër-disjęt sedëm
Polari *quarter dacha and setter
Polishczterdzieści siedem
Popoloca, San Felipe Otlaltepecyákányātū
Popoloca, San Juan Atzingoyócányato
Portuguesequarenta e sete
Potawatominyawaptukshıtnowak
Proto-Austronesian †-*Sepat puluq pitu
Proto-Oceanic †-*pati-ŋa-puluq ma pitu
Proto-Samoyedic †-*tettə wüt sejtwə
Proto-Sino-Tibetan †-*lĭj k(h)ĭp nĭt
Proto-Turkic †-*k'ɨr'k ʒ́et(t)i
Prussian (Sudovian) †keturdesimt septinei
Puluwatesefáá-yik me fúús
Puyumapat-pulru-pitu
Q'anjob'al, Easternuqeb yok'al
Qiang, Southernhhrrusuxje
Qimant?arba-läṅätā
Quechua, Ambo-Pascochruscu chrunca ganchris
Quechua, Ayacuchotawa chunka qanchisniyoq
Quechua, Cuscotawa chunka qanchisniyuq
Quechua, Huaylas Ancashchusku chunka qanchis
Quechua, Jauja Wancatrusku trunka hantris
Quenya * -  nertë cantarasta
Quichua, Santiago del Esterotaa chunka qanchisniyuq
Radepă pluh kjuh
Rangkas †pisa tansa nhisi
Rapa Nuikamahaahúru ma hítu
Rapa Nui, Old †kahá te kauátu mahítu
Rarotongan‘ā nga‘uru-ma-‘itu
Rengaopún jât topâih
Roglai, Northernpàq pluh tijuh
Romani, Balkanštarvardeš taj efta
Romanianpatruzeci şi şapte
Romanian, Macedopatrudzâts şi şapti
Romansch (Puter)quarauntaset
Romansch (Rumantsch Grischun)quarantaset
Romansch (Surmiran)curantaset
Romansch (Sursilvan)curontasiat
Romansch (Sutsilvan)curàntaseat
Romansch (Vallader)quarantaset
Ronsók hárá
Rotumanhäk-aghulu ma hifu
Rovianamade-ngavulu zuapa
Russianсорок семьsorok sjem'
Rusynсорок и сімsorok y sim
RutulкъIвахъхъанны йигъыдqʼˁʷaqqannɨ yiɣɨd
Rwandamirongo ine na kalindwi
Saami, Lulenielljalåkgietjav
Saami, Northnjealljelogičieža
Saami, Southnjieljieluhkietjïjhtje
Sabaean †-saba` wa’arba`y
Sabuapa nguru pitu
Salish, Southern Puget Soundsboseči əkʷcoks
Salish, Straitsŋəsɬšeʔ ʔiʔ kʷs tʼθaʔkʷəs
Samoanfā sefulu fitu
Sanskrit४७ – सप्तचत्वारिंशत्saptacatvāriṃśat
Santali?bar isi eae
Saposa (Taiof)fac safunu an a fit
Sardinian, Logudoresebarantasette
Saxon, Lowsövenunveertig
Saxon, Uppersiemförz'sch
Sebat Bet Gurage (Gumer)፵፯ - አርባ ሰባትarβa səβat
Sedangpún chat topah
Seimatseilon h:uh:ua tepanim h:uohu
Senecakéi niwashê tsátak
Serbianчетрдесет седамčetrdeset sedam
Serbian (Montenegrin)четрдесет седамčetrdeset sedam
Seriihanl tzooxöc tomcoj cötiih cöquiih
Seselwa Creole Frenchkarannset
Shina?díbu-ga sat
Shoshoniwatsewiseemote daatsewitem mando'a̱i̱ngende
Shuaraíntiuk nawe tséṉken
Sicilianquarantasetti
Sindarin * - canaphae-ar-odog
Sindhi٤٧ - ستیتالیھsatitāliha
Sinhalaහතළිස් හතhataḷis hata
Sisaala, Westernmasiŋ balia ari balipɛ
Slavey, Southdįį hono ǫǫ łąhdįį
Slavonic, Old Church †седмь на четыре десѧтиsedmĭ na četyre desęti
Slovakštyridsať sedem
Sloveniansedeminštirideset
Slovio *чтир-дес-сиемcxtir-des-siem
Somali𐒤𐒧 - 𐒍𐒙𐒆𐒆𐒙𐒁𐒖 𐒘𐒕𐒙 𐒖𐒍𐒖𐒇𐒂𐒖𐒒foddoba iyo afartan
Songhay, Koyraboro Senniwoy-taači-čindi-iiye
Soninketannaxate do nyeru
Sorbian, Lowersedymastyrźasća
Sorbian, Uppersydomaštyrceći
Sotho, Northernmasomennêšupa
Sotho, Southernmashonne a supa
Spanishcuarenta y siete
Sudestyaworovarï na piri
Sukumamakumiane na pungate
Sumerian †-nimin imin
Susutòngónáání nǔn sólófère
Svanჲორინჲერვეშდიკჳდyorinyerwešdikʼwid
Swahiliarobaini na saba
Swatiemashumi lane nakusikhombisa
Swedishfyrtiosju
Syriac †ܐܪܒܥܝܢ ܘܫܒܥܐ – ܡܙarb`īn wa šab`ā
Tagalogapatnapu't pito
Tahitianmaha ‘ahuru ma hitu
Tai Dam?sí síp chết
Tajikiчилу ҳафтčilu haft
Tamajaq, Tawallammat?okkôzet temerwîn d essa
Tamasheq?ækkóz̩ t-ə̀-mərw-en ə̀d æssá
Tamil௪௰௭ - நாற்பது ஏழுnāṟpatu ēḻu
Tarahumara, Centralnahuosa macoy miná quicháo
Tatanaapat opod turu'
Tatarкырык җидеqırıq cide
Tausugka'patan tag pitu
Telugu౪౭ - నలుభైఏడుnalubhai'ēḍu
Temnɛɛ́le na lʊbe
Tetunhaatnulu-resin-hitu
Thai๔๗ - สี่สิบเจ็ดsìì sìp chèt
Thai, Northeastern๔๗ - สี่สิบเจ็ดsìī sìp̄ chêt
Thakali (Marpha)-plićunis²
Tibetan, Central༤༧ - བཞི་བཅུ་ཞི་བདུན་bzhi.bcu zhe.bdun
Tigré፵፯ - አርብዓ፡ሳብዓት'arb`ā sāb`āt
Tigrigna፵፯ - ኣርብዓን፡ሾብዓት'ārb`ān šob`āt
Timugon Murutapat ngoopor am tulu'
TindiбоцІайа гьакьуйаboc’aya haƛ’uya
Tlingitdax'òon ḵuh dux̱udooshóh
Tobagonian Creole Englishforti sebben
Tobatiaw am mandosim
Tocharian B †-śtwārka-ṣukt
Toda?nālpath ēlž
Tohono O'odhamgi'ikko west-mahm gamai wewa'ak
Tok Pisinfoapela ten seven
Toki Pona *luka luka luka luka luka luka luka luka luka tu
Tombonuwoopat nopulu om turu
Tonganfāfulu fitu
Totonaca, Highlandtī'pu'xa'matujun
Totonaca, Xicotepec de Juáreztu'pu'xamatojon
Triqui, Copalabbȉ kò chìj
Tsimané (Mosetén)tsiis-ki' tyak yaewaetidye'
Tsoumsɨptɨhɨ ve auptu
Tswamune wa makume ni ntlhanu ni mun'we
Tswanamasomenne supa
Tujia, Northernre¹ hi² nie³
Tukang Besi Northhatohulu pitu
Tunen (Nyokon)àwát į́nnį̀s į́ʧį́n námɔ̀
Tupuri (Fianga)uór uāde sēda
Tupuri (Kera)hor uāde sēda
Turkishkırk yedi
Turkish, Ottoman †٤٧ - قرق يدىqirq yedi
Turkmenkyrk ýedi
Tuvaluanfa ngafulu ma fitu
Tuvinдөртен чедиdörten čedi
Tzeltal, Bachajónhuqueb yoxwinic
Tzeltal, Oxchucjukeb yoxwinik
Tzotzil, Chamulavukub y-ox-vinik
Tz'utujil, Easternwuqub' kawinaq
Ubykh †-tʼqʷʼamʨʼatʼqʷʼatʷʼaala blaala
UdiпIаIкьовугъpʼa̲qʼowu̲ɣ
Udiheдӣза надаdīza nada
Udmurtньыльдон сизьымńyĺdon siźym
Ukrainianсорок сімsorok sim
Unami †neintxke òk nishash
Uneapazangavulukuvata balana tepolorua
Üqoi *-spöövdethaq dhghoshui
Urdu۴۷ - سنتاليسsantālīs
Uyghurقىرىق يەتتە - ٤٧qirq yetti
Uzbek, Northernқирқ еттиqirq yetti
Vendafuiṋasumbe
Venetianquaranta-sete
Verdurian *-pardechép
Vietnamesebốn mươi bảy
Vodneljätšümmentä seitsee
Volapük *foldegvel
Volapük, Original *folsevel
Volga-Bolgarian †*qïrq ǰiäti
Wallooncwarante-set
Wandalakùlúfá'dé jū́vū́yè
Waray-Waraykap'atán kagpitó
Wede:i *-tang bangka pinaka
Welshsaith a deugain
Wolayttaoytama-nnee-laa-ppuna
Wolofñeent-fukk ak juróom-ñaar
Wyandot †endakewasesutare
Xamtangaárba láŋta
Xârâcùùxê baaru du kâmûrû mê kêrênürü mê baaru
Xhosaamashumi amane anesixhenxe
Yabemŋaʔi luàgeʔ ŋa lɛmɛŋ tɛŋ ŋano luàgeʔ
Yakanampatpū' pitu'
Yemsaaceecaasirè-naafunè
Yi, Sichuanꇖꊰꏃly ci shyp
Yi, Sichuan (Liangshan Nuosu)ꇖꊰꏃlleu³³ t'si³³ che²¹
Yi, Wuding-Luquanꇖꊰꏃlleu t'si che (ɬz̭ ʦ'i sz̭)
Yiddish, Easternזיבן און פֿערציקzibn un fertsik
Yinegepkoxamkoj-mole payokgipre
Yorubamẹtadiladọta
Yugh?ɔnsak sikfa
Yukaghir, Northernйэлукун кунильпускийбурэjelukun kunil'puskijbure
Yupik, Pacific Gulfstaaman qula mallrungin
Zandeboro ru e ue zi be bisue bati ue
Zapotec, Sierra de Juárezgatsí eyóona'
Zapotec, Mitlatiubigajdz
Zapotec, Yatzachigažəyon
Zapotec, Zoogochogažəyon
Zenaga?ăkkuľ-əď-tə̣̊mərīn i'ď ə̣ššəh
Zoque, Chimalapamecaŋ 'i'pšaŋ' kowəštuhtáŋ
Zoque, Copainaláwʌstʌjqui's-co-metza
Zuluamashumi amane nesikhombisa


* = constructed languages
= dead languages

Note: This list is often updated. If you can provide any more languages or even corrections, please comment! I am using the language names provided in the Ethnologue, although I am well aware that these are often misleading.

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sitopanaki
Jan. 31st, 2004 01:39 pm (UTC)
Warum gerade 47? *g*
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 01:53 pm (UTC)
Warum nicht? ;)

Also... ähm... bei Star Trek kommt in fast jeder Folge irgendwo die Zahl 47 vor, so dass man's kaum merkt... Heute erst bei Voyager: "Soll ich etwa 47 regionalen Konsuln erzählen, dass wir den Planeten nicht retten können?"

Deswegen ist die Zahl "heilig" (nat. nich wirklich) und es gibt sogar 'ne Community, wo die Leute Sichtungen der Zahl 47 reinschreiben. Ist ziemlich lustig: 47s ^^
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ralesk
Jan. 31st, 2004 01:51 pm (UTC)
AFAIK, Simplified Chinese writes 四七 (for — for example — 470, they'd say 四七〇).
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 01:59 pm (UTC)
Re:
Not according to my dictionaries...

Hm, I think they use this way only to write phone numbers, don't they?
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saria
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:05 pm (UTC)
i think somebody had a little too much time on their hands. xD
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:10 pm (UTC)
Whut, meeeee? *gg*
Whoever that may be. xD
ini
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:11 pm (UTC)
wo hast du denn das mit Volapük her? laut hier müsste es foldegvel sein...

(okay, du hast es wahrscheinlich hier her oder so...polsevel müsste demnach auch gehn. und die selbe seite wie ganz oben sagt hier auch, es heißt polsevel ...ach lass einfach polsevel ;) )
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:24 pm (UTC)
Nanunana... komisch... naja.
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marukka
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:17 pm (UTC)
The Swedish is spelled a bit wrong, though
It should be fyrtiosju :)
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:21 pm (UTC)
Re: The Swedish is spelled a bit wrong, though
Oh? Then the source I got that one from lied. Thanks. :)
sparkofcreation
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:17 pm (UTC)
Catalan
Catalan is "quaranta-i-set."
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:22 pm (UTC)
Re: Catalan
Then the same source I got the Swedish version from lied once again. Thanks... now I only need someone to tell me that Spanish, Portuguese and Norwegian are wrong. :S

I'll correct it and update the list as well.
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sarah
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:18 pm (UTC)
The Dutch one starts with Z.
womanonfire
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:20 pm (UTC)
Re:
hey i see you beat me to it ;D
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womanonfire
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:20 pm (UTC)
slight correction. in dutch it is spelled:
zevenenveertig
yueni
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:30 pm (UTC)
Cantonese 四十七 "sei sup chaht" (I know the characters are correct. the pronunciation might be off.)
Bahasa Indonesia empat puluh tujuh
Bahasa Melayu empat puluh tujuh
yueni
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:35 pm (UTC)
Re:
oh, and I meant to add... one of my friends once collected how to say "You smell like fish" in 50 odd languages... but why just a number, why not go for a full sentence?
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edricson
Jan. 31st, 2004 02:37 pm (UTC)
LOL, the Russian for 47 is сорок семь, not семьсорок. Семь-сорок is, however, the refrain of a well-known Jewish song and a cathchphrase.

Also, it's fyrtiosju in Swedish

Ukrainian: сорок сiм
Welsh: pedwar deg saith, or deugain saith
dukesnorre
Jan. 31st, 2004 03:14 pm (UTC)
And of course, the other variant in Norwegian: syvogførti. And you can use sju in stead of syv.
And the Volapük seems to look like pølsevev--nonsense.

Norse: Sjau ok fjórir tigir.
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 03:25 pm (UTC)
I think I'm using the most often used version of the words. And according to Google, førtisyv is used more often.

That Norse, is that Old Norse (that language which died out), Bokmål or Nynorsk?
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loudasthesun
Jan. 31st, 2004 07:24 pm (UTC)
the tagalog translation is right, but tagalog speakers often use spanish numbers also [especially when telling time]. of course, it's tagalog-ized [???] and the spelling is different. "cuarenta y siete" becomes "kwarenta'y siyete"
tisoi
Jan. 31st, 2004 08:14 pm (UTC)
Re:
Pinoys have a choice of what numbers they'd like to use - their own native tongue (be it Tagalog or Cebuano or whatever), Spanish, or English.

Yes, usually one would normally use Spanish for a number such as 47. However, that doesn't mean that "apatnapu't pito" isn't usually used. And besides, if you said "kwarenta'y syete" that'd be Spanish, 'di ba? ;-) I mean, I could argue that "porti seben" be on the list.

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hawthornowl
Jan. 31st, 2004 07:31 pm (UTC)
In Lapine it's hrair, although technically rabbits don't have a word for 47 as they can't count higher than four.
n_true
Jan. 31st, 2004 07:36 pm (UTC)
So, what would "hrair" be literally?
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jegrasso
Jan. 31st, 2004 07:32 pm (UTC)
Old English/Anglo-Saxon: seofon and feowertig
_luxaeterna
Jan. 31st, 2004 08:31 pm (UTC)
In Thai it's see sib jed.
sweet_gemini
Jan. 31st, 2004 11:02 pm (UTC)
Farsi



Pronounce it like this: "che-hel-o-haft"
n_true
Feb. 1st, 2004 04:13 am (UTC)
Ah, thanks, can you write it in the proper writing for me? Or, if impossible for you, can you spell the word (and also the spaces) for me?
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the_nerwen
Feb. 1st, 2004 12:30 am (UTC)
Armenian
karasun yot(uh)
n_true
Feb. 1st, 2004 04:18 am (UTC)
Re: Armenian
Can you, somehow, write it for me in Armenian letters? Or you can also spell it out with the name of the letters, that'd help. And what about the (uh)-part, when is it needed?
Thanks in advance.
cydien
Feb. 1st, 2004 01:54 am (UTC)
in estonian it's
nelikümmend seitse
mummimamma
Feb. 1st, 2004 03:04 am (UTC)
Southern Saami
If I remember right the Southern Saami, (as opposed to Northen Saami, and Eastern Saami)way of saying it is njieljie luhkie tjïjhte. (the ï is a deep i sound, h is a pronounced breathed h).
oloriel
Feb. 1st, 2004 05:48 am (UTC)
*g* Wondered about the 47 thing as well - I only know the Hitch-Hiker's Guide's 42...

I think it would be otsocanta in Quenya and odoccanad or odogganad in Sindarin... not sure though. It would probably be written .
n_true
Feb. 1st, 2004 07:00 am (UTC)
It's something that has to do with Star Trek and some college in the USA. ;)

Is anything known about the way Quenya/Sindarin forms numbers above 10 (or 12, respectively)? Since otsocanta just means sevenfour... Plus, maybe (but I'm not sure), I would have recalculated the number into the 12er-system... that'd be "B3", if I'm not mistaken (B being the 11 here).
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dailyrock
Feb. 1st, 2004 08:08 am (UTC)
hast du manchmal zuviel zeit?
;)
pne
Feb. 1st, 2004 08:32 am (UTC)
Tongan, Niuean, Rosenfelder languages, others
Tongan should have a macron over the "a" in "fā".

Also, the more traditional way of writing that number would be "fāngofulu mā fitu".

I believe Niuean has "fāgofulu ma fitu", though I'm not entirely certain about the vowel length of the ā: two dictionaries I have, as well as a book on Niuean syntax, use the long vowel, but a lesson book I have has a short vowel (and uses "-ma-fitu" rather than " ma fitu"), and I was once corrected on the Internet by someone claiming the vowel is short and asking whether I was thinking of Samoan.

Here are some more languages from my copy of South Pacific Phrasebook, though I'm typically guessing at "47" since they usually don't have that number listed exactly:

Fijian - vāsagavulukavitu
Drehu (a Kanak language spoken on the Loyalty Islands off New Caledonia) - lue atr(e) nge lue ngöm
Nengöne (also spoken there) - ruesedorewen(e)
Māori - whā tekau mā whitu
(Niuean - fagofulu ma fitu [with short vowel!])
Rarotongan Māori - 'ā nga'uru-ma-'itu
Sāmoan - fā sefulu fitu
Tahitian - maha 'ahuru ma hitu
(Tongan - fā-fitu)

Verdurian -  /  / pardechép (pronounced roughly /pardE'kEp/ in ASCII IPA)
Cadhinor -  /   / tiedect khaep (properly, the "kh" should be h-with-caron [ȟ]; in a pinch, h-with-circumflex [ĥ] will do)
Cuêzi - / bārdetoxāeps
Ismaîn -   / sizeç hep / ʂiʐeç hep

I can also provide more Rosenfelder languages if you wish. These are probably the most important ones (thought that depends a bit on your viewpoint, I suppose...).
n_true
Feb. 1st, 2004 08:52 am (UTC)
Re: Tongan, Niuean, Rosenfelder languages, others
How many other Mark Rosenfelder languages do you have? Well, okay, I take them all. :)
Mark Rosenfelder languages - pne - Feb. 1st, 2004 09:25 am (UTC) - Expand
tisoi
Feb. 2nd, 2004 12:18 am (UTC)
Pangasinan: Apataplo tan pito

Cantonese: sei33 sap2 tsat5
Hokkien: si11 si54 chit33

(of course, 四十七)
n_true
Feb. 2nd, 2004 04:12 am (UTC)
Hm, I actually planned to only put up the Mandarin phonetics, but now I'm unsure... maybe I'll include Hokkien and Cantonese as well.
But couldn't it be that I should have Wu and all the other smaller dialects as well? I know there's a site online, that gives all the dialects' readings for each character...
Wu - node_ue - Jul. 26th, 2004 05:42 pm (UTC) - Expand
markusn
Feb. 2nd, 2004 05:07 am (UTC)
Swiss German:

"Sibeneviërzg"

Depending on dialect with a long or short first "i"
n_true
Feb. 2nd, 2004 05:09 am (UTC)
On the other hand, Swiss German is, to my knowledge not regarded as language - it's still a dialect. :/
But Rhaetoroman / Rumansch would be cool...
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ex_sonjaaa
Feb. 2nd, 2004 09:49 am (UTC)
Thank you for including Toki Pona :D
n_true
Feb. 2nd, 2004 10:00 am (UTC)
How could I forget such a cute language? ;)
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