`NumType`

: numeral type

In Turkish numbers can be cardinal, ordinal or distributive.
We also mark the interrogative *kaç* “how many” as a number,
which inflects the same way the numbers are inflected and can become ordinal or distributive.

`Card`

: cardinal number or corresponding interrogative

#### Examples

*1, 2, 3**bir, iki, üç*“one, two, three”*kaç kitap okudun*“how many books did your read”

`Ord`

: ordinal number or corresponding interrogative

In some languages, this is a subtype of adjective or adverb.
In Turkish, we mark the ordinal numerals as `NUM`

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Ordinal numerals are formed by the suffix *-IncI*.
A period following a numeral may also indicate ordinal use of the number.

#### Examples

*1., 2., 3.**bir*“first, second, third”**inci**, iki**nci**, üç**üncü***kaç*“which (of a series) book did your read” (answer should be something like**ıncı**kitabı okudun*ikinci*“(the) second”)

`Dist`

: distributive numeral

Used to express that the same quantity is distributed to each member in a set of targets.

Distributive numerals are formed by the suffix *-(ş)Ar*.

#### Examples

*bir*“one each, two each, three each”**er**, iki**şer**, üç**er***kaç*“how many books have you each read”**ar**kitap okudunuz

NumType in other languages: [bej] [bg] [bm] [cs] [el] [en] [es] [fi] [fr] [ga] [hu] [hy] [it] [ka] [kk] [koi] [kpv] [ky] [mdf] [myv] [pcm] [qpm] [sl] [sme] [tr] [tt] [u] [uk] [urj] [xav]