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Odia |

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It is impossible to learn Odia without learning to count. Because it is necessary for a full and practical study of the language. With the help of this site you can easily do it. The first table is the simplest and most necessary. That is why we suggest that you start by learning it and then move on to more complex tables.

In place of numbers in Odia, you can use a web tool that will help you learn the numbers from 1 to 100 individually. This will make the learning process even easier.

If you are determined to learn how to count in Odia, then these tables will help you a lot. Tables can be printed and downloaded for free in PDF format, they will help you memorize them in a short time. We offer 11 table options. They are arranged in ascending order, which makes them easier to study.

In the left column of the table are numbers, in the right column are the names of the numbers in Odia

Numbers | in Odia |
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0 | ଶୁନ୍ୟ |

1 | ଏକ |

2 | ଦୁଇ |

3 | ତିନି |

4 | ଚାରି |

5 | ପାଞ୍ଚ |

6 | ଛଅ |

7 | ସାତ |

8 | ଆଠ |

9 | ନଅ |

Children need to know how numbers are written with words in different languages. With the help of this knowledge, their mental abilities are expanded.

We offer a list of languages with which you can learn to count numbers.

- Numbers in Afrikaans
- Numbers in Albanian
- Numbers in Amharic
- Numbers in Arabic
- Numbers in Armenian
- Numbers in Assamese
- Numbers in Aymara
- Numbers in Azerbaijani
- Numbers in Bambara
- Numbers in Bashkir
- Numbers in Basque
- Numbers in Belarusian
- Numbers in Bengali
- Numbers in Bhojpuri
- Numbers in Bosnian
- Numbers in Bulgarian
- Numbers in Burmese
- Numbers in Catalan
- Numbers in Cebuano
- Numbers in Chichewa
- Numbers in Chinese
- Numbers in Chuvash
- Numbers in Corsican
- Numbers in Creole
- Numbers in Croatian
- Numbers in Czech
- Numbers in Danish
- Numbers in Dogri
- Numbers in Dutch
- Numbers in English
- Numbers in Esperanto
- Numbers in Estonian
- Numbers in Ewe
- Numbers in Filipino
- Numbers in French
- Numbers in Frisian
- Numbers in Galician
- Numbers in Georgian
- Numbers in German
- Numbers in Greek
- Numbers in Guarani
- Numbers in Gujarati
- Numbers in Gurmukhi
- Numbers in Hausa
- Numbers in Hawaiian
- Numbers in Hebrew
- Numbers in Hindi
- Numbers in Hungarian
- Numbers in Icelandic
- Numbers in Igbo
- Numbers in Ilokan
- Numbers in Indonesian
- Numbers in Irish
- Numbers in Italian
- Numbers in Japanese
- Numbers in Javanese
- Numbers in Kannada
- Numbers in Kazakh
- Numbers in Khmer
- Numbers in Kinyarwanda
- Numbers in Korean
- Numbers in krio
- Numbers in Kurdish
- Numbers in Kyrgyz
- Numbers in Lao
- Numbers in Latin
- Numbers in Latvian
- Numbers in Lingala
- Numbers in Lithuanian
- Numbers in Luganda
- Numbers in Macedonian
- Numbers in Maithili
- Numbers in Malagasy
- Numbers in Malay
- Numbers in Malayalam
- Numbers in Maldivian
- Numbers in Maltese
- Numbers in Maori
- Numbers in Marathi
- Numbers in Mizo
- Numbers in Mongolian
- Numbers in Netherlandish
- Numbers in Norwegian
- Numbers in Oromo
- Numbers in Persian
- Numbers in Polish
- Numbers in Portuguese
- Numbers in Quechua
- Numbers in Romanian
- Numbers in Russian
- Numbers in Samoan
- Numbers in Sanskrit
- Numbers in Scots
- Numbers in Sepedi
- Numbers in Serbian
- Numbers in Sesotho
- Numbers in Shona
- Numbers in Sindhi
- Numbers in Sinhala
- Numbers in Sinhalese
- Numbers in Slovak
- Numbers in Slovenian
- Numbers in Somali
- Numbers in Spanish
- Numbers in Sudanese
- Numbers in Swahili
- Numbers in Swedish
- Numbers in Tagalog
- Numbers in Tajik
- Numbers in Tamil
- Numbers in Telugu
- Numbers in Thai
- Numbers in Tibetan
- Numbers in Tigrinya
- Numbers in Tsonga
- Numbers in Turkish
- Numbers in Turkmen
- Numbers in Twi
- Numbers in Udmurt
- Numbers in Ukrainian
- Numbers in Urdu
- Numbers in Uyghur
- Numbers in Uzbek
- Numbers in Vietnamese
- Numbers in Welsh
- Numbers in Xhosa
- Numbers in Yakut
- Numbers in Yiddish
- Numbers in Yoruba
- Numbers in Zulu

Check out the definitions of the terms used on this page. With its help, you can easily understand this information.

**Numbers:**This is a special set of characters that have different quantitative values.**Language:**This is the complex system by which people communicate information.**Table:**This is an ordered form for placing information.