English to Burmese: Learn Numbers and How to Count in Burmese
This page is a great place to start if you are looking to build upon your Burmese language vocabulary by learning how to count. Below you will find the English to Burmese translations of the numbers one through ten (1 - 10) listed in numerical order.
The Burmese number words aren't all that you'll find, however, by looking below. You'll also find a comment section below the list of number translations, where you can say what's on your mind or leave your own Burmese number translation request and if you happen to know Burmese, then you can help! Either leave more translations in the comment section or use the submit form located at the bottom of the page.
Don't know Burmese? No worries, you are free to submit translations using the submit form at the bottom of the page in any language that you do know! If you want to leave tranlations for other languages in the comment box, please first navigate to the appropriate language on the site. Thanks!
Other than the translations themselves and the areas for commenting / sending in new information, you'll also find some resources from Amazon.com that can help you on your Burmese language learning journey, plus our Burmese themed poll. There's also a video which covers all the numbers from zero to ten (0 to 10) which can be a big help when it comes to learning the proper pronunciation of the number words.
English to Burmese Number Words:
Whether you plan to study Burmese in school, or take online Burmese classes, our English to Burmese dictionary is always being updated with new Burmese words which makes an excellent supplement for those trying to learn to speak Burmese.
(Words in bold added during the last update. .)
One - Ti - 1
Two - Ni - 2
Three - Thown - 3
Four - Lay - 4
Five - Nar - 5
Six - Chow - 6
Seven - Cou-ni - 7
Eight - Shi - 8
Nine - Kow - 9
Ten - T'say - 10
Burmese Learning Videos
Learn Burmese Language - Numbers from 1 to 10 in Burmese (and zero)
This video is great for improving on your Burmese number pronunciation. It contains audio for how to say for following numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.