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347D

1. For the cardinals 1-4, see cross349 D. Hom. has, for 12, δώδεκα (for δϝωδεκα), δυώδεκα, and δυοκαίδεκα (also generally poetic); 20, εἴκοσι and ἐείκοσι; 30, τριήκοντα; 80, ὀγδώκοντα; 90, ἐνενήκοντα and ἐννήκοντα; 200 and 300, διηκόσιοι, τριηκόσιοι; 9000 and 10,000, ἐννεάχι_λοι, δεκάχι_λοι (-χειλοι?). He has also the ordinals 3d, τρίτατος; 4th, τέτρατος; 7th, ἑβδόματος; 8th, ὀγδόατος; 9th, εἵνατος; 12th, δυωδέκατος; 13th, τρι_ς (τρεις-?) καιδέκατος; 20th, ἐεικοστός; and the Attic form of each.

2. Hdt. has δυώδεκα (δυωδέκατος), τεσσερεσκαίδεκα indeclinable (τεσσερεσκαιδέκατος), τριήκοντα (τριηκοστός), τεσσεράκοντα, ὀγδώκοντα, διηκόσιοι (διηκοσιοστός), τριηκόσιοι: for ἔνατος he has εἴνατος, and so εἰνάκις, εἰνακόσιοι, εἰνακισχί_λιοι.

3. Aeolic has πέμπε for 5 (cp. Hom. πεμπώβολον five-pronged fork), gen. plur. πέμπων inflected, as also δέκων, τεσσερακόντων, etc.; for 1000, χέλλιοι. Doric has, for 1, ἧς ( cross37 D. 2); 4, τέτορες; 6, ϝέξ; 7th, ἕβδεμος; 12, δυώδεκα; 20, ϝί_κατι, ϝείκατι; 40, τετρώκοντα (τετρωκοστός); 200, etc., δια_κατίοι, etc.; 1000, χηλίοι and χειλίοι ( cross37 D. 2); for 1st, πρᾶτος.

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