Learn Arabic Numbers

Did you know that the modern English numerals were introduced to Europe by Middle Eastern mathematicians in the 12th century? These numbers, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 0, could be traced back to India prior to the introduction to Europe.

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List of Arabic Numbers

0 – Zero – Sifr

1 – One – Wahid

2 – Two – Ithnan

3 – Three – Thalata

4 – Four – Arba’a

5 – Five – Khamsa

6 – Six – Sitta

7 – Seven – Sab’a

8 – Eight – Thamaniya

9 – Nine – Tis’a

10 – Ten – Ashra

11 – Eleven – Ahada Ashar

12 – Twelve – Ithna Ashar

13 – Thirteen – Thalata Ashar

14 – Fourteen – Arba’a Ashar

15 – Fifteen – Khamsa Ashar

16 – Sixteen – Sitta Ashar

17 – Seventeen – Sab’a Ashar

18 – Eighteen – Thamaniya Ashar

19 – Nineteen – Tis’a Ashar

20 – Twenty – Ishrun

21 – Twenty One – Wahid wa ishrun

22 – Twenty Two – Athnayn wa ishrun

23 – Twenty Three – Thalata wa ishrun

24 – Twenty Four – Arba’a wa ishrun

25 – Twenty Five – Khamsa wa ishrun

26 – Twenty Six – Sitta wa ishrun

27 – Twenty Seven – Sab’a wa ishrun

28 – Twenty Eight – Tamaniya wa ishrun

29 – Twenty Nine – Tis’a wa ishrun

30 – Thirty – Thalatun

40 – Forty – Arba’un

50 – Fifty – Khamsun

60 – Sixty – Sittun

70 – Seventy – Sab’un

80 – Eighty – Tamanun

90 – Ninety – Tisun

100 – Hundred – Mi’a

1000 – One Thousand – Alf

2000 – Two Thousand – Alfain

 

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