# Do You Know Arabic Counting 21 to 100?

Learning new words and vocabulary, especially numbers is always a challenge especially when it comes to learning the Arabic language for non-natives. But the problem is solved now! You can learn numbers easily through our articles. We have written an amazing article that discussed Arabic counting from 1 till 20. In this article, we will share Arabic counting 21 to 100.

If you haven’t learned Arabic counting 21 to 100 then this article will not only teach you the numbers but also, will definitely help you in understanding the logic and science behind the use of Arabic numbers 21 to 100.

But before that, if you don’t know Arabic numbers from 1 to 20, then you must pause your reading and go check this article where we have discussed 1 to 20 Arabic numbers in detail because Arabic numbers from 1 to 20 are essential word set to create billions and trillions of of numbers.

## Arabic Counting 21 to 100

In the following paragraphs, we will divide the article into small learning pieces to make learning Arabic counting 21 to 100 easy and fun.

Arabic counting 21 to 100 are compound numbers that consist of 2 numbers joined together with a connecting particle. For instance, if you want to say 21 in Arabic, you have to find out the Arabic word for 20 and 1. Then place the unit number first followed by the twenties with a و in between. Here is an illustration of that.

Tens | Joining Particle | Unit |

عِشْرُوْنَ | و | واحِد |

واحِد و عِشْرُوْنَ |

All the numbers from 21 to 99 follow the same pattern. Firstly, the unit number is written, then the joining particle, and lastly the tens.

#### Arabic Counting from 21 to 30

Below are Arabic numbers from 21 to 30. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****عِشْرُرْنَ**). Let’s see how it is done.

S.no | Number | العدد |

21 | Twenty One | وَاحِدٌ وَعِشْرُوْنَ |

22 | Twenty Two | اثْنَانِوَعِشْرُوْنَ |

23 | Twenty Three | وَثَلاثٌعِشْرُوْنَ |

24 | Twenty Four | وَأرْبَعٌعِشْرُوْنَ |

25 | Twenty Five | وَخَمْسٌعِشْرُوْنَ |

26 | Twenty Six | وَسِتٌّعِشْرُوْنَ |

27 | Twenty Seven | وَسَبْعٌعِشْرُوْنَ |

28 | Twenty Eight | وَثَمَانٍعِشْرُوْنَ |

29 | Twenty Nine | تِسْعٌ وَعِشْرُوْنَ |

30 | Thirty | ثَلاثُون |

#### Arabic Counting from 31 to 40

Below are Arabic numbers from 31 to 40. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****ثَلاثُون**). Let’s see how it is done.

S.no | Number | العدد |

31 | Thirty One | وَاحِدٌ وَ ثَلاثُون |

32 | ThirtyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِثَلاثُون |

33 | ThirtyThree | وَثَلاثٌثَلاثُون |

34 | ThirtyFour | وَأرْبَعٌثَلاثُون |

35 | ThirtyFive | وَخَمْسٌثَلاثُون |

36 | ThirtySix | وَسِتٌّثَلاثُون |

37 | ThirtySeven | وَسَبْعٌثَلاثُون |

38 | ThirtyEight | وَثَمَانٍثَلاثُون |

39 | ThirtyNine | تِسْعٌ وَثَلاثُون |

40 | Fourty | أرْبَعون |

#### Arabic Counting from 41 to 50

Below are Arabic numbers from 41 to 50. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****). Let’s see how it is done.**

**أرْبَعون**S.no | Number | العدد |

41 | FourtyOne | وَاحِدٌ وَ أرْبَعون |

42 | FourtyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِأرْبَعون |

43 | FourtyThree | وَثَلاثٌأرْبَعون |

44 | FourtyFour | وَأرْبَعٌأرْبَعون |

45 | FourtyFive | وَخَمْسٌأرْبَعون |

46 | FourtySix | وَسِتٌّأرْبَعون |

47 | FourtySeven | وَسَبْعٌأرْبَعون |

48 | FourtyEight | وَثَمَانٍأرْبَعون |

49 | FourtyNine | تِسْعٌ وَأرْبَعون |

50 | Fifty | خَمسُون |

#### Arabic Counting from 51 to 60

Below are Arabic numbers from 51 to 60. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****خَمسُون**). Let’s see how it is done.

S.no | Number | العدد |

51 | Fifty One | وَاحِدٌ وَ خَمسُون |

52 | FiftyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِخَمسُون |

53 | FiftyThree | وَثَلاثٌخَمسُون |

54 | FiftyFour | وَأرْبَعٌخَمسُون |

55 | FiftyFive | وَخَمْسٌخَمسُون |

56 | FiftySix | وَسِتٌّخَمسُون |

57 | FiftySeven | وَسَبْعٌخَمسُون |

58 | FiftyEight | وَثَمَانٍخَمسُون |

59 | FiftyNine | تِسْعٌ وَخَمسُون |

60 | Sixty | سِتُون |

#### Arabic Counting from 61 to 70

Below are Arabic numbers from 61 to 70. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc)alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****). Let’s see how it is done.**

**سِتُون**S.no | Number | العدد |

61 | Sixty One | وَاحِدٌ وَ سِتُون |

62 | SixtyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِسِتُون |

63 | SixtyThree | وَثَلاثٌسِتُون |

64 | SixtyFour | وَأرْبَعٌسِتُون |

65 | SixtyFive | وَخَمْسٌسِتُون |

66 | SixtySix | وَسِتٌّسِتُون |

67 | SixtySeven | وَسَبْعٌسِتُون |

68 | SixtyEight | وَثَمَانٍسِتُون |

69 | SixtyNine | تِسْعٌ وَسِتُون |

70 | Seventy | سَبْعُون |

#### Arabic Counting from 71 to 80

Below are Arabic numbers from 71 to 80. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****). Let’s see how it is done.**

**سَبْعُون**S.no | Number | العدد |

71 | SeventyOne | وَاحِدٌ وَ سَبْعُون |

72 | SeventyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِسَبْعُون |

73 | SeventyThree | وَثَلاثٌسَبْعُون |

74 | SeventyFour | وَأرْبَعٌسَبْعُون |

75 | SeventyFive | وَخَمْسٌسَبْعُون |

76 | SeventySix | وَسِتٌّسَبْعُون |

77 | SeventySeven | وَسَبْعٌسَبْعُون |

78 | SeventyEight | وَثَمَانٍسَبْعُون |

79 | SeventyNine | تِسْعٌ وَسَبْعُون |

80 | Eighty | ثَمَانون |

#### Arabic Counting from 81 to 90

Below are Arabic numbers from 81 to 90. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc)alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****). Let’s see how it is done.**

**ثَمَانون**S.no | Number | العدد |

81 | EightyOne | وَاحِدٌ وَ ثَمَانون |

82 | EightyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِثَمَانون |

83 | EightyThree | وَثَلاثٌثَمَانون |

84 | EightyFour | وَأرْبَعٌثَمَانون |

85 | EightyFive | وَخَمْسٌثَمَانون |

86 | EightySix | وَسِتٌّثَمَانون |

87 | EightySeven | وَسَبْعٌثَمَانون |

88 | EightyEight | وَثَمَانٍثَمَانون |

89 | EightyNine | تِسْعٌ وَثَمَانون |

90 | Ninety | تِسْعون |

#### Arabic Counting from 91 to 100

Below are Arabic numbers from 91 to 100. For that, we will be using unit numbers ( **وَاحِدٌ**, ** اثْنَانِ** ,

**etc) alongwith ten (**

**خَمْسٌ****). Let’s see how it is done.**

**تِسْعون**S.no | Number | العدد |

91 | NinetyOne | وَاحِدٌ وَ تِسْعون |

92 | NinetyTwo | وَ اثْنَانِتِسْعون |

93 | NinetyThree | وَثَلاثٌتِسْعون |

94 | NinetyFour | وَأرْبَعٌتِسْعون |

95 | NinetyFive | وَخَمْسٌتِسْعون |

96 | NinetySix | وَسِتٌّتِسْعون |

97 | NinetySeven | وَسَبْعٌتِسْعون |

98 | NinetyEight | وَثَمَانٍتِسْعون |

99 | NinetyNine | تِسْعٌ وَتِسْعون |

100 | Hundred | مِاءة |

#### Summary

Learning new Arabic vocabulary seems difficult but if learned the right way, that will become a fun experience. I believe you have understood the logic and have learned Arabic counting 21 to 100. You should visit this channel and watch the video where you can easily learn the pronunciation of Arabic counting. Enjoy learning Arabic!!!