Tagalog Numbers

– Wondering how to pronounce each numbers in Filipino? In this article, I will teach you how to speak the numbers 1-100 in Filipino. Ready? Let’s Begin!

TAGALOG NUMBERS

One – Isa (pronounced as i-sa)

Two – Dalawa (pronounced as da-la-wa)

Three – Tatlo (tat-lo)

Four – Apat (a-pat)

Five – Lima (li-ma)

Six – Anim (a-nim)

Seven – Pito (pi-to)

Eight – Walo (wa-lo)

Nine – Siyam (si-yam or sham)

Ten – Sampu (sam-pu)

Eleven – Labing-isa (la-bing i-sa)

Twelve – Labindalawa (la-bin da-la-wa)

Thirteen – Labintatlo (la-bin-tat-lo)

Fourteen – Labing-apat (la-bing a-pat)

Fifteen – Labinlima (la-bin li-ma)

Sixteen – Labing-anim (la-bing a-nim)

Seventeen – Labimpito (la-bim pi-to)

Eighteen – Labing-walo (la-bing wa-lo)

Nineteen – Labinsiyam (la-bin sham)

Twenty – Dalawampu (da-la-wam-pu)

Twenty-one – Dalawampu’t isa (da-la-wam-put i-sa)

Twenty-two – Dalawampu’t dalawa (da-la-wam-put da-la-wa)

Twenty-three – Dalawampu’t tatlo (da-la-wam-put tat-lo)

Twenty-four – Dalawampu’t apat (da-la-wam-put a-pat)

Twenty-five – Dalawampu’t lima (da-la-wam-put li-ma)

Twenty-six – Dalawampu’t anim (da-la-wam-put a-nim)

Twenty-seven – Dalawampu’t pito (da-la-wam-put pi-to)

Twenty-eight – Dalawampu’t walo (da-la-wam-put wa-lo)

Twenty-nine – Dalawampu’t siyam (da-la-wam-put si-yam)

Thirty – Tatlumpu (tat-lum-pu)

Thirty-one – Tatlumpu’t isa (tat-lum-put i-sa)

Thirty-two – Tatlumpu’t dalawa (tat-lum-put da-la-wa)

Thirty-three – Tatlumpu’t tatlo (tat-lum-put tat-lo)

Thirty-four – Tatlumpu’t apat (tat-lum-put a-pat)

Thirty-five – Tatlumpu’t lima (tat-lum-put li-ma)

Thirty-six – Tatlumpu’t anim (tat-lum-put a-nim)

Thirty-seven – Tatlumpu’t pito (tat-lum-put pi-to)

Thirty-eight – Tatlumpu’t walo (tat-lum-put wa-lo)

Thirty-nine – Tatlumpu’t siyam (tat-lum-put sham)

Forty – Apatnapu (a-pat-na-pu)

Forty-one – Apatnapu’t isa (a-pat-na-put i-sa)

Forty-two – Apatnapu’t dalawa (a-pat-na-put da-la-wa)

Forty-three – Apatnapu’t tatlo (a-pat-na-put tat-lo)

Forty-four – Apatnapu’t apat (a-pat-na-put a-pat)

Forty-five – Apatnapu’t lima (a-pat-na-put li-ma)

Forty-six – Apatnapu’t anim (a-pat-na-put a-nim)

Forty-seven – Apatnapu’t pito (a-pat-na-put pi-to)

Forty-eight – Apatnapu’t walo (a-pat-na-put wa-lo)

Forty-nine – Apatnapu’t siyam (a-pat-na-put sham)

Fifty – Limampu (li-mam-pu)

Fifty-one – Limampu’t isa (li-mam-put i-sa)

Fifty-two – Limampu’t dalawa (li-mam-put da-la-wa)

Fifty-three – Limampu’t tatlo (li-mam-put tat-lo)

Fifty-four – Limampu’t apat (li-mam-put a-pat)

Fifty-five – Limampu’t lima (li-mam-put li-ma)

Fifty-six – Limamapu’t anim (li-mam-put a-nim)

Fifty-seven – Limampu’t pito (li-mam-put pi-to)

Fifty-eight – Limampu’t walo (li-mam-put wa-lo)

Fifty-nine – Limampu’t siyam (li-mam-put sham)

Sixty – Animnapu (a-nim-na-pu)

Sixty-one – Animnapu’t isa (a-nim-na-put i-sa)

Sixty-two – Animnapu’t dalawa (a-nim-na-put da-la-wa)

Sixty-three – Animnapu’t tatlo (a-nim-na-put tat-lo)

Sixty-four – Animnapu’t apat (a-nim-na-put a-pat)

Sixty-five – Animnapu’t lima (a-nim-na-put li-ma)

Sixty-six – Animnapu’t anim (a-nim-na-put a-nim)

Sixty-seven – Animnapu’t pito (a-nim-na-put pi-to)

Sixty-eight – Animnapu’t walo (a-nim-na-put wa-lo)

Sixty-nine – Animnapu’t siyam (a-nim-na-put sham)

Seventy – Pitumpu (pi-tum-pu)

Seventy-one – Pitumpu’t isa (pi-tom-put i-sa)

Seventy-two – Pitumpu’t dalawa (pi-tom-put da-la-wa)

Seventy-three – Pitumpu’t tatlo (pi-tom-put tat-lo)

Seventy-four – Pitumpu’t apat (pi-tom-put a-pat)

Seventy-five – Pitumpu’t lima (pi-tom-put li-ma)

Seventy-six – Pitumpu’t anim (pi-tom-put a-nim)

Seventy-seven – Pitumpu’t pito (pi-tom-put pi-to)

Seventy-eight – Pitumpu’t walo (pi-tom-put wa-lo)

Seventy-nine – Pitumpu’t siyam (pi-tom-put sham)

Eighty – Walumpu (wa-lom-pu)

Eighty-one – Walumpu’t isa (wa-lom-put i-sa)

Eighty-two – Walumpu’t dalawa (wa-lom-put da-la-wa)

Eighty-three – Walumpu’t tatlo (wa-lom-put tat-lo)

Eighty-four – Walumpu’t apat (wa-lom-put a-pat)

Eighty-five – Walumpu’t lima (wa-lom-put li-ma)

Eighty-six – Walumpu’t anim (wa-lom-put a-nim)

Eighty-seven – Walumpu’t pito (wa-lom-put pi-to)

Eighty-eight – Walumpu’t walo (wa-lom-put wa-lo)

Eighty-nine – Walumpu’t siyam (wa-lom-put sham)

Ninety – Siyamnapu (sham-na-poo)

Ninety-one – Siyamnapu’t isa (sham-na-put i-sa)

Ninety-two – Siyamnapu’t dalawa (sham-na-put da-la-wa)

Ninety-three – Siyamnapu’t tatlo (sham-na-put tat-lo)

Ninety-four – Siyamnapu’t apat (sham-na-put a-pat)

Ninety-five – Siyamnapu’t lima (sham-na-put li-ma)

Ninety-six – Siyamnapu’t anim (sham-na-put a-nim)

Ninety-seven – Siyamnapu’t pito (sham-na-put pi-to)

Ninety-eight – Siyamnapu’t walo (sham-na-put wa-lo)

Ninety-nine – Siyamnapu’t siyam (sham-na-put sham)

One hundred – Isang daan (i-sang da-an)

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