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Numbers in Na

How to count in Na, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast of India

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 akin  
2 ani, anyi  
3 aum, oum aum bu
4 appi appi bu
5 angngo angngo bu
6 akke  
7 kani  
8 pini  
9 kyowa  
10 e’ring  
11 e’ring-gola akin  
12 e’ring-gola anyi  
13 e’ring-gola aum  
14 e’ring-gola appi  
15 e’ring-gola angngo  
16 e’ring-gola akke  
17 e’ring-gola kani  
18 e’ring-gola pini  
19 e’ring-gola kyowa  
20 chamnyi  
21 chamnyi-gola akin  
22 chamnyi-gola anyi  
23 chamnyi-gola aum  
24 chamnyi-gola appi  
25 chamnyi-gola angngo  
26 chamnyi-gola akke  
27 chamnyi-gola kani  
28 chamnyi-gola pini  
29 chamnyi-gola kyowa  
30 chamum  
40 champi  
50 chamngo  
60 chamke  
70 cham kani  
80 cham pini  
90 cham kyowa  
100 lingkin  
200 lingnyi  
1,000 lingring  

Source: Kabuk Pertin. Nah Language Guide. Directorate of Research, Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar – 1994.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Information about Na

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