How to count in Bisaya


This is how you’re going to count in bisaya.

One might already be familiar with how this reads. It sounds Spanish which is true as you know that the Philippines was once colonized by Spaniards for more than three hundred years.


Bisaya Bisaya (adapted) Tagalog English
usa uno isa one
duha dos dalawa two
tulo tres tatlo three
upat kwatro apat four
lima singko lima five
unom sais anim six
pito syete pito seven
walo otso walo eight
siyam nuybe siyam nine
napulo / napo dyes sampu ten
napulog usa onse labing-isa eleven
napulog duha dose labing-dalawa twelve
napulog tulo trese labing-tatlo thirteen
napulog … katorse labing-apat fourteen
napulog … kense labing-lima fifteen
napulog … disesyes labing-anim sixteen
napulog … disesyete labing-pito seventeen
napulog … diseotso labing-walo eighteen
napulog … dise nuybe labing-siyam nineteen
kawhaan biente dalawampo twenty
usa gatos usa gatos isang daan one hundred
dosyentos dosyentos dalawang daan two hundred
tresyentos tresyentos tatlong daan three hundred
kwatrosentos kwatrosentos apat na daan four hundred
kinyentos kinyentos limang daan five hundred
seysentos seysentos siyam na daan six hundred
setisyentos setisyentos pitong daan seven hundred
otsosyentos otsosyentos walong daan eight hundred
nuybesyentos nuybesyentos siyam na daan nine hundred
usa ka libo usa ka libo isang libo one thousand

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