Spanish Numbers (201-1000)

To get from 201 to 1000 counting in Spanish, the same rules apply as for counting from 1 to 201 discussed in previous sections. To create multiples of 100 (200, 300, etc), most numbers (with the exception of a few irregulars) are simply a combination of 1-9 + cientos, the plural form of ciento. Remember, as an adjective, cientos must match the gender of the noun it modifies. For example, ochocientas casas (eight hundred houses).

two hundred
200
doscientos
three hundred
300
trescientos
four hundred
400
cuatrocientos
five hundred
500
quinientos
(irregular)
six hundred
600
seiscientos
seven hundred
700
setecientos
(irregular)
eight hundred
800
ochocientos
nine hundred
900
novecientos
(irregular)


To form all other numbers through 999, the same rules apply.

two hundred fifteen
215
doscientos quince
three hundred thirty seven
337
trescientos treinta y siete
four hundred eighty three
483
cuatrocientos ochenta y tres
seven hundred forty five
745
setecientos cuarenta y cinco
nine hundred ninety nine
999
novecientos noventa y nueve
one thousand
1,000
mil
1.000