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61 [sixty-one]

Ordinal numbers

 


61 [тIокIищрэ зырэ]

ЗэрэзэкIэлъыкIорэ номерхэр

 

 
The first month is January.
Апэрэ мазэр – щылэ.
Apjerje mazjer – shhylje.
The second month is February.
ЯтIонэрэ мазэр – мэзай.
JatIonjerje mazjer – mjezaj.
The third month is March.
Ящэнэрэ мазэр – гъэтхапэ.
Jashhjenjerje mazjer – gjethapje.
 
 
 
 
The fourth month is April.
ЯплIэнрэ мазэр – мэлылъфэгъу.
JaplIjenrje mazjer – mjelylfjegu.
The fifth month is May.
Ятфэнэрэ мазэр – жъоныгъуакI.
Jatfjenjerje mazjer – zhonyguakI.
The sixth month is June.
Яхэнэрэ мазэр – мэкъуогъу.
Jahjenjerje mazjer – mjekuogu.
 
 
 
 
Six months make half a year.
Мэзихыр – илъэсым ызыныкъу.
Mjezihyr – iljesym yzynyku.
January, February, March,
Щылэ, мэзай, гъэтхапэ,
Shhylje, mjezaj, gjethapje,
April, May and June.
мэлылъфэгъу, жъоныгъуакI ыкIи мэкъуогъу.
mjelylfjegu, zhonyguakI ykIi mjekuogu.
 
 
 
 
The seventh month is July.
Яблэнэрэ мазэр – бэдзэогъу.
Jabljenjerje mazjer – bjedzjeogu.
The eighth month is August.
Яенэрэ мазэр – шышъхьаIу.
Jaenjerje mazjer – shyshh'aIu.
The ninth month is September.
Ябгъонэрэ мазэр – Iоныгъо.
Jabgonjerje mazjer – Ionygo.
 
 
 
 
The tenth month is October.
ЯпшIэнэрэ мазэр – чъэпыогъу.
JapshIjenjerje mazjer – chjepyogu.
The eleventh month is November.
ЯпшIыкIузэнэрэ мазэр – шэкIогъу.
JapshIykIuzjenjerje mazjer – shjekIogu.
The twelfth month is December.
ЯпшIыкIутIонэрэ мазэр – тыгъэгъазэ.
JapshIykIutIonjerje mazjer – tygjegazje.
 
 
 
 
Twelve months make a year.
Мэзэ пшIыкIутIур – илъэс.
Mjezje pshIykIutIur – iljes.
July, August, September,
Бэдзэогъу, шышъхьаIу, Iоныгъо,
Bjedzjeogu, shyshh'aIu, Ionygo,
October, November and December.
чъэпыогъу, шэкIогъу ыкIи тыгъэгъазэ.
chjepyogu, shjekIogu ykIi tygjegazje.
 
 
 
 
 

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