How to count in Karuk, a Hokan language spoken along the Klamath
river in northwestern California in the USA.
There are also a couple of ordinal numbers: píšī·p (first of two)
and pišî·č (first of several)
Source: William Bright: The Karok Language. University of California Press - 1957.
Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl
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