យើងរៀនលេខខ្មែរ

Spoken Khmer Number from 11 to 19

  

bulletFrom 11-19 the numbers are pronounced in two different forms, the written and a colloquial.

 

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Written Pronunciation

Colloquial

១១ ដប់មួយ dAp muey spkr.gif (282 bytes) muey dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១២ ដប់ពីរ dAp pii spkr.gif (282 bytes) pii dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៣ ដប់បី dAp bey spkr.gif (282 bytes) bey dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៤ ដប់បួន dAp buen spkr.gif (282 bytes) buen dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៥ ដប់ប្រាំ dAp pram spkr.gif (282 bytes) pram dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៦ ដប់ប្រាំមួយ dAppram muey spkr.gif (282 bytes) pram muey dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៧ ដប់ប្រាំពីរ dAp pram pii spkr.gif (282 bytes) pramphl dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៨ ដប់ប្រាំបី dAp pram bey spkr.gif (282 bytes) pram bey dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)
១៩ ដប់ប្រាំបួន dAp pram buen spkr.gif (282 bytes) pram buen dAndAp spkr.gif (282 bytes)

Note:

bulletCambodian numeral system based on five.  From 6 to 9 is form by 5 + 1, 5 + 2, 5+3, and 5+4.
bulletNumber 7 is pronouced (prampii) in reading or formal speech; in mormal speech it pronounced (pramphl real.gif (626 bytes)).
bullet10,000 (muey mehn ) also can be counted as (dAp po(en real.gif (626 bytes)).
bullet100,000 (muey saen ) can be counted as ( dAp mehn real.gif (626 bytes) ) or (muey rOOy po(en real.gif (626 bytes) )
bulletIn Cambodian numerals involving four or more symbols, a period is placed after every three symbols, counting from the right.

 

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