ܬܠܬܐ

Assyrian Neo-AramaicEdit

Assyrian Neo-Aramaic numbers (edit)
30
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    Cardinal: ܬܠܵܬܵܐ (tlātā)
    Ordinal: ܬܠܝܼܬܵܝܵܐ(tlītāyā)
    Multiplier: ܡܬܲܠܬܵܐ(mtaltā)
    Fractional: ܬܘܼܠܬܵܐ(tultā)

EtymologyEdit

From Aramaic תְּלָתָא(təlāṯā), from Proto-Semitic *ṯalāṯ-; compare Arabic ثَلَاثَة‏‎‎(ṯalāṯa), Hebrew שְׁלוֹשָׁה‎(sh'loshá).

PronunciationEdit

  • (standard) IPA(key): [tlɑːtɑː]
  • (Urmian) IPA(key): [tlɑː]
  • (Nineveh Plains) IPA(key): [tlɑːθɑː], [tˤlɑːθɑː]

NumeralEdit

ܬܠܵܬܵܐ (tlātām (feminine ܬܠܵܬ(tlāt))

  1. three

Classical SyriacEdit

Classical Syriac cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : ܬܠܬܐ (tlāṯā)
    Ordinal : ܬܠܝܬܝܐ(tlīṯāyā)

EtymologyEdit

From Aramaic 𐡕𐡋‎𐡕𐡄‎(talāṯā), from Proto-Semitic *ṯalāṯatum.

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

ܬܠܵܬ݂ܵܐ (tlāṯam (feminine ܬܠܬ݂(tlāṯ))

  1. three

TuroyoEdit

Turoyo numbers (edit)
30
 ←  2 3 4  → 
    Cardinal: ܬܠܳܬ݂ܐ (tloṯo)
    Ordinal: ܕܰܬ ܬܠܳܬ݂ܐ(dat tloṯo), ܬܠܝܬ݂ܳܝܐ(tliṯoyo)

EtymologyEdit

From Aramaic ܬܠܬ݂ܐ‎(təlāṯā), from Proto-Semitic *ṯalāṯatum.

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

ܬܠܳܬ݂ܐ (tloṯom (feminine ܬܠܷܬ݂(tlëṯ))

  1. three

Western Neo-AramaicEdit

Western Neo-Aramaic cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : ܬ݂ܠܳܬ݂ܰܐ (ṯlōṯa)

EtymologyEdit

From Aramaic ܬܠܵܬ݂ܵܐ‎(təlāṯā), from Proto-Semitic *ṯalāṯatum.

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

ܬ݂ܠܳܬ݂ܰܐ (ṯlōṯam (feminine ܐܶܬ݂ܠܰܬ݂(ʾeṯlaṯ))

  1. three