Do you like to know about Spanish numbers? Stick to this guide till the end and you will learn numbers in Spanish along with their pronunciation. Learn números and you will become a pro at speaking Spanish.

Numbers are known as números in Spanish. Learning números will help you understand different Spanish conversations easily and it will also help you in undertaking day-to-day transactions.

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Spanish numbers from 1 to 10

Starting from the basics, here are the cardinal numbers in Spanish from 1-10:

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Okay, now that you know the Spanish numbers from 1 to 10, we can move forward. If you find it difficult to pronounce these numbers, you can consult different Spanish learning apps to learn Spanish pronunciation. These apps are convenient as you can download them on your smartphone easily and use them no matter where you are.

Spanish numbers from 11 to 20

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In contrast to English, the Spanish numbers 21-29 have their own format – but after that, it is easy and smooth till 100. As with many languages, once you reach 30, you simply need to know the names of 30, 40, 50, and so on. You combine them with the Spanish word for ‘and’ (‘y’, en Español) and the numbers one through nine.

Spanish numbers from 21 to 50

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31treinta y uno
32treinta y dos
33treinta y tres
34treinta y cuatro
35treinta y cinco
36treinta y seis
37treinta y siete
38treinta y ocho
39treinta y nueve
41cuarenta y uno
42cuarenta y dos
43cuarenta y tres
44cuarenta y cuatro
45cuarenta y cinco
46cuarenta y seis
47cuarenta y siete
48cuarenta y ocho
49cuarenta y nueve

Now you are getting closer to Spanish number 100. Learning numbers, days and months in Spanish can not only help you hold Spanish conversations but it is also helpful in understanding those conversations well. Learning Spanish numbers can help you with a lot of books, media including videos, documentaries and podcasts etc.   

Spanish numbers from 51 to 100

NumeralIn Spanish
51cincuenta y uno
52cincuenta y dos
53cincuenta y tres
54cincuenta y cuatro
55cincuenta y cinco
56cincuenta y seis
57cincuenta y siete
58cincuenta y ocho
59cincuenta y nueve
61sesenta y uno
62sesenta y dos
63sesenta y tres
64sesenta y cuatro
65sesenta y cinco
66sesenta y seis
67sesenta y siete
68sesenta y ocho
69sesenta y nueve
71setenta y uno
72setenta y dos
73setenta y tres
74setenta y cuatro
75setenta y cinco
76setenta y seis
77setenta y siete
78setenta y ocho
79setenta y nueve
81ochenta y uno
82ochenta y dos
83ochenta y tres
84ochenta y cuatro
85ochenta y cinco
86ochenta y seis
87ochenta y siete
88ochenta y ocho
89ochenta y nueve
91noventa y uno
92noventa y dos
93noventa y tres
94noventa y cuatro
95noventa y cinco
96noventa y seis
97noventa y siete
98noventa y ocho
99noventa y nueve

Now, we recommend you to take another look at the tables and try to spot the patterns.

  • Learn the numbers for 1-15. There’s no real pattern, you just have to learn them: uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez, once, doce, trece, catorce, quince.
  • Learn the numbers for the multiples of ten: veinte, treinta, cuarenta, cincuenta, sesenta, setenta, ochenta, noventa. A few tips to help you remember: Other than veinte, they all end in –enta, Other than veinte (again), they all have a clear relationship with the related smaller number: cuatro <-> cuarenta, ocho <-> ochenta, etc.
  • For numbers from 16-19, take the rightmost digit and say “diez + y + (digit)”. E.g. 17 = “diez + y + siete” = “diez y siete”, which contracts to diecisiete. This is much like how in English 16 is “six-ten” i.e. “sixteen”.
  • For numbers above twenty, simply take the “tens” number (veinte, treinta, etc.) and the “ones” number (uno, dos, etc.) and stick y (“and”) in the middle. E.g. 31 = “thirty and one” = treinta y uno.
  • The only extra thing to be aware of is that numbers from 21-29 get contracted into a single word – so instead of “veinte y cuatro”, it’s “veinticuatro”.

Spanish numbers from 101 to 1000 and beyond

  •           101 – ciento uno
  •           102 – ciento dos
  •           200 – doscientos (-as)
  •          300 – trescientos(-as)
  •          400 – cuatrocientos(-as)
  •         500 – quinientos(-as)
  •         600 – seiscientos(-as)
  •          700 – setecientos(-as)
  •         800 – ochocientos(-as)
  •          900 – novecientos(-as)
  •         1,000 – mil
  •          2,000 – dos mil
  •          3,000 – tres mil
  •         100,000 – cien mil

And just for fun!

  • 1,000,000 – un millón
  • 2,000,000 – cinco millones
  • 1,000,000,000 mil millions

Frequently asked questions

Q. How do you count to 0 in Spanish?

A. It is part of the 0-10 sequence you may already know: cero, uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.

Q. What is 101 in Spanish words?

A. ciento uno

Q. What is the pattern for numbers above 20?

A. For numbers above twenty, simply take the “tens” number (veinte, treinta, etc.) and the “ones” number (uno, dos, etc.) and stick y (“and”) in the middle. E.g. 31 = “thirty and one” = treinta y uno.


Learning Spanish numbers will save you from making a lot of mistakes. Remember, learning a second language takes a lot of time, patience, and consistency. Look for their pronunciation and start memorizing them at a gradual pace. Remember the patterns discussed above as they will make the learning process easier.

There are plenty of online Spanish dictionaries available. You can use these dictionaries to translate different Spanish words in your native language to understand the context and meaning.

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