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THREE

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Old Norse "þrír" could be connected to the Latvian "trīs" as cardinal "-R" in Old Norse developed from an earlier "-S".



TRI

Hittite: tri-

Sanskrit: त्रि (trí)

Avestan: θri (thri)

Albanian: tri

Russian: три (tri)

Bulgarian: три (tri)

Macedonian: три (tri)

Serbo-Croatian: три̑, trȋ

North Frisian: tri

Westrobothnian: trí

Jamtish: trí

Norwegian: tri (archaic)

Czech: tři

Slovak: tri

Upper Sorbian: tři

Middle Breton: tri

Breton: tri

Cornish: tri

Middle Welsh: tri

Welsh: tri

Old Irish: trí

Irish: trí

Scottish Gaelic: trì

Sicilian: tri

Messapic: tri-

Phrygian: θρί- (tʰrí-)

Middle English: thri

Old Church Slavonic: трьѥ (trĭje), триѥ (trije), три (tri)

Slovene: trȋ, trȋje

Old English: þrī, þrīe

English: three

Old Saxon: thrīe

Old Dutch: thri

West Frisian: trije

Proto-Norse: ᚦᚱᛁᛃᛟᛉ (þrijoz) (feminine plural)

Old Norse: þrír

Icelandic: þrír

Norn: trir

Old Swedish: þrīr

Faroese: tríggir

Latvian: trīs

Lithuanian: trys

Oscan: 𐌕𐌓𐌝𐌔 (trís)

Umbrian: 𐌕𐌓𐌉𐌚 (trif)

Old Frisian: thriā

Sanskrit: त्रीणि (trī́ṇi)

Romani: trin

---> Malay: tri, tri- / تري‎, تري-‎

---> Indonesian: tri

Belarusian: тры (try)

Rusyn: три (try)

Ukrainian: три (try)

Old Polish: trzy (tr'y)

Manx: tree


DRI

Dutch: drie, drij

Afrikaans: drie

Old High German: drī

Middle High German: drī

Middle Dutch: dri, drie

Old Polish: drya ("three horse chariot")


TRES

Latin: trēs

Asturian: tres

Franco-Provençal: três

Old Occitan: tres

Catalan: tres

Occitan: tres

Old Portuguese: tres

Galician: tres

Portuguese: três

Sardinian: tres

Spanish: tres


TREI

Latgalian: treis, treji

Gaulish: treis

Gothic: 𐌸𐍂𐌴𐌹𐍃 (þreis)

Ancient Greek: τρεῖς (treîs)

Greek: τρεις (treis)

Tocharian B: trey

Gutnish: trei

Lycian: trei

Romanian: trei

Istro-Romanian: trei

Aromanian: trei

Ladin: trei

Megleno-Romanian: trei

Neapolitan: trei, tréje, tre

Saterland Frisian: träi

Old Polish: tr'ej ("three males")

Polish: trzej ("three males")


DREI

Bavarian: drei

Central Franconian: drei, dreij

Hunsrik: drei

Upper Saxon: dreie

Luxembourgish: dräi

Pennsylvania German: drei


TRE

Scanian: tré

Friulian: trê

Italian: tre

Ligurian: træ

Albanian: tre

Venetian: tre

Tocharian A: tre

Norwegian: tre

Swedish: tre

Old Danish: thrē

Danish: tre

Kamviri: tre

Middle English: thre, thrie

Scots: thre, thrie

Old Frisian: thrē

Kashubian: trzë


DRE

Pashto: درې‎ (dre)

Middle Low German: drê

Low German: dree

Plautdietsch: dree


HRE

Parthian: hry‎ (hrē)


TRA-

Romansch: trais

Norman: trais

Elfdalian: trair

Avestan: θrāiiō (thrāiiō)

Tocharian B: trai

Slovak: traja

Sanskrit: त्रयस् (tráyas)

Gujarati: ત્રણ (traṇ)

Dalmatian: tra

Slovincian: třȧ̃


DRA-

Khotanese: drai

Cimbrian: drai

Vilamovian: draj

German: drei

Low German: drei


TRUA

Old French: trois

French: trois

Walloon: troes


DRU

Alemannic German: drüü, drü


TIN-

Bengali: তিন (tin)

Marathi: तीन (tīn)

Konkani: तीन (tīn)

Hindi: तीन (tīn)

Urdu: تین‎ (tīn)

Punjabi: ਤਿੰਨ (tiṅn)

Ardhamagadhi Prakrit: tiṇṇi

Maharastri Prakrit: tiṇṇi

Sauraseni Prakrit: tiṇṇi

Assamese: তিনি (tini)

Pali: tīṇi

Oriya: ତିନି (tini)

Nepali: तीन (tīna)

Sindhi: ٽي‎ (ti)


SE

---> Wu Chinese: 三 (se)

Kurdish:

Mazanderani: se

Book Pahlavi:

Persian: سه‎ (se)

Baluchi: sey


TIDR-

Gaulish: tiđres


TIR-

Celtiberian Botorrita: Tiriś, tiris


TER-

Hittite: teri-janna- ("the third time")


ER-

Old Armenian: երեք (erekʿ)

Armenian: երեք (erekʿ)


SHY

---> Adyghe: щы (š̍ə)

Polish: trzy

Lower Sorbian: tśi

Old Persian: çi-


TUN-

Sinhala: තුන (tuna)

Sinhalese: තුන (tuna)


HIR-

Zazaki: hîrê (hīrē)


ART

Ossetian: æртæ (ærtæ)


YAR-

Gurani: یەرێ‎ (yarɛ)


TAO

Ardhamagadhi Prakrit: taö

Maharastri Prakrit: taö

Sauraseni Prakrit: taö

Pali: tayo


Article created on the 19th of May 2019.


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