Kannada Counting Chart: Numbers 1 to 100

 The Kannada language belongs to the Dravidian language family natively spoken by the people of Karnataka in southwestern India. According to the 2011 census, Kannada had 43.5 million speakers and is also one of the 22 scheduled languages of India.

In this article, here I collected a counting chart of Kannada numbers from 1 to 100 with cardinals and their pronunciation in English. These numbers are similar to Telugu numbers, written out in the Dravidian script.

Kannada numbers 1 to 100 (50)

Kannada Coungting Chart: 1 to 50

English Kannada Numeral PRON.
0 sonne
1 ondu
2 yeradu
3 mooru
4 naalku
5 aidu
6 aru
7 aelu
8 entu
9 ombatthu
10 ౧౦ hatthu
11 ౧౧ hannondu
12 ౧೨ hanneradu
13 ೧೩ hadimooru
14 ೧೪ hadinalku
15 ೧೫ hadinaidu
16 ೧೬ hadinaru
17 ೧೭ hadinelu
18 ೧೮ hadinentu
19 ೧೯ hathombattu
20 ೨೦ ippatthu
21 ೨೧ ippattondu
22 ೨೨ ippatteradu
23 ೨೩ ippatmooru
24 ೨೪ ippatnalku
25 ೨೫ ippattaidu
26 ೨೬ ippattaru
27 ೨೭ ippattelu
28 ೨೮ ippattentu
29 ೨೯ ippattombattu
30 ೩೦ muvattu
31 ೩೧ muvattondu
32 ೩೨ muvatteradu
33 ೩೩ muvatmooru
34 ೩೪ muvatnalku
35 ೩೫ muvattaidu
36 ೩೬ muvattaaru
37 ೩೭ muvattelu
38 ೩೮ muvattentu
39 ೩೯ muvattombattu
40 ೪೦ nalavattu
41 ೪౧ -
42 ೪೨ -
43 ೪೩ -
44 ೪೪ -
45 ೪೫ -
46 ೪೬ -
47 ೪೭ -
48 ೪೮ -
49 ೪೯ -
50 ೫೦ aivatthu
60 ೬೦ aravatthu
70 ೭೦ yepatthu
80 ೮೦ embatthu
90 ೯೦ thombatthu
100 ೧೦೦ nooru
1000 ೧,೦೦೦ saavira
10000 ೧೦,೦೦೦ hatthu saavira

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