Though Gujarati has its own set of numeric signs (placed alongside their Hindu-Arabic [or Indo-Arabic] counterparts in the tables below), they are employed in much the same way as English employs its own; that is to say, they are put together in the same manner in order to express larger numbers. It is quite possible to simply substitute the Gujarati numerals for the Hindu-Arabic ones.
The Gujarati words for 1–10 are as follows:
The words for eleven through nineteen are completely irregular in Gujarati. Though they do bear some resemblance to their 1–10 counterparts, they must simply be individually memorized: