How to say 60 in Swahili: sitini


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How to say 60 in Swahili: sitini

Learning Swahili for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say 60 in Swahili: sitini
Say it out loud: “see tee nee

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Some more helpful words in our Swahili Numbers category:

1 – moja  (mo jah)
2 – mbili  (mm bee' lee)
3 – tatu  (tah too)
4 – nne  (n’ neh)
5 – tano  (tah no)
6 – sita  (see tah)
7 – saba  (sah bah)
8 – nane  (nah neh)
9 – tisa  (tee sah)
10 – kumi  (koo me)
11 – kumi na moja  (koo me na moh jah)
12 – kumi na mbili  (koo me nah mm bee lee)
20 – ishirini  (ee shee ree nee)
30 – thelathini  (thay la thee nee)
40 – arobaini  (ah ro ba ee nee)
50 – hamsini  (hahm see nee)
60 – sitini  (see tee nee)
70 – sabini  (sah bee nee)
80 – themanini  (thay ma nee nee)
90 – tisini  (tee see nee)
100 – mia moja  (me ah mo jah)
1000 – elfu moja  (el foo mo jah)

And here’s how to say 60 in other languages!

Arabic–Settoon  (set toon)
Chinese–Liùshí  (Lyo Shr)
Croatian–šezdeset  (shez deh set)
Czech–šedesát  (sheh deh saht)
Finnish–kuusikymmentä  (koo sih kim men tah)
French–Soixante  (sway saunt)
German–sechzig  (zekh tsikh)
Italian–sessanta  (say sahn tah)
Japanese–Roku Juu  (Roh Koo Jew)
Korean–Yuksip  (Yook Ship)
Polish–sześćdziesiąt  (sheshch dzyeah' syont)
Portuguese–Sessenta  (ses en tah)
Russian–shest'desyat  (sheh sdye syat)
Spanish–sesenta  (say sin tuh)
Swahili–sitini  (see tee nee)
Thai–Hok Sip  (hohk sip)
Turkish–altmiş  (alt mish)
Vietnamese–Sáu Mươi  (Sau Muy)

Aside from the alphabet, numbers are the easiest and most common way to learn any language. For example, this is how you say "60" (sitini) in Swahili. Which other numbers do you know? Which others can you learn? Get instant access to the Swahili Language Set and learn all the numbers you'll ever need to know in your travel.


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