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5.6: Numbers 100–1,000,000

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    In the previous chapters, we learned the numbers 1–100. The following table shows the number from 100 to 1 million. Listen to the audio below to learn how to pronounce the numbers 100 through 1 million.

    Two hundred onward is formed by bpii+rooy, bey+rooy, and so on.

    Query \(\PageIndex{1}\)

    Table 1: 100–1,000,000
    IPA Khmer numeral Khmer English
    1. muay-rooy ១០០ មួយរយ one hundred
    2. muay -bpoan ១.០០០ មួយពាន់ one thousand
    4. muay- məən ១០.០០០ មួយមុឺន ten thousand
    5. muay- saen ១០០.០០០ មួយសែន one hundred thousand
    6. muay- lian ១.០០០.០០០ មួយលាន one million

    Years are expressed by the pattern Chnam (year)+Number.

    Examples:

    2021 “Chnam bpii-bpoan m’phey-muay.”

    1940 “Chnam muay-bpoan bpram-buan-rooy sae-seb.

    Test Yourself

    Match the number with the Cambodian figures below.

    Query \(\PageIndex{2}\)


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