# Fijian/Numerals

< Fijian

## CardinalsEdit

**dua**- one**rua**- two**tolu**- three**va**- four**lima**- five**ono**- six**vitu**- seven**walu**- eight**ciwa**- nine**tini**- ten

For digits 11 - 19, you take tini, add ka, and cycle through 1 - 9.

**tini ka dua**- eleven**tini ka rua**- twelve**tini ka tolu**- thirteen**tini ka va**- fourteen**tini ka lima**- fifteen**tini ka ono**- sixteen**tini ka vitu**- seventeen**tini ka walu**- eighteen**tini ka ciwa**- nineteen

The numbers 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 90 are formed by taking a single digit number, and adding sagavulu to them, which was the usual word for ten in olden times.

**ruasagavulu**- twenty**tolusagavulu**- thirty**vasagavulu**- forty**limasagavulu**- fifty**onosagavulu**- sixty**vitusagavulu**- seventy**walusagavulu**- eighty**ciwasagavulu**- ninety

If you wanted to say a number such as 22 or 58, you would take ruasagavulu, tolusagavulu, etc, add ka, and then cycle through 1 - 9, just like you did for 11 - 19. So 22 would be ruasagavulu ka rua and 58 would be limasagavulu ka walu.

## OrdinalsEdit

**I'adua**- first**I'arua**- second**I'atolu**- thirth**I'avā**- fourth**I'alima**- fifth**I'aono**- sixth**I'avitu**- seventh**I'awalu**- eighth**I'aciwa**- ninth**I'atini**- tenth