English – Dai Lue


1ᦓᦹᧂᧈone. [Note: Written as a single digit, or when part of a larger number. The number 'one' (like other numbers) precedes the classifier. When ᦓᦹᧂᧈ follows the classifier it is an indefinite demonstrative. See sense 2.]500
1,000,000ᦟᦱᧃᧉone million
1,000,000,000ᦑᦴᧉone billion (one thousand millions)
10ᦉᦲᧇten. Written as ᧑᧐500
10,000ᦖᦹᧃᧈten thousand500
10,000,000ᦎᦹᧉten millions
100ᦔᦱᧅone hundredᦣᦾᧉone hundred. Written as ᧑᧐᧐500
100,000ᦶᦉᧃhundred thousand. [Note: The word ᦶᦉᧃ is often used to mean 'a large number', where in English we might say 'millions'. The number 100,000 is more commonly expressed as ᦉᦲᧇ ᦖᦹᧃᧈ 'ten ten-thousands']500ᦉᦲᧇᦖᦹᧃᧈhundred thousand (literally: ten ten-thousands)
100,000,000ᦷᦂᧆᧈhundred millions2000
1000ᦗᧃone thousand500