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Adaizan numbers

How to count in Adaizan (Tenánat Hadéyas), a language isolate that was spoken in northwestern Louisiana until the 19th century, and which is currently being revived..

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Numeral Cardinal
0 séro
1 nánkœs
2 nœs
3
4 takáce
5 sïpákan
6 pakanánkœs
7 pakanœs
8 pakakô
9 sïkínœs
10 nyúsne
11 kwœskosnáwa
12 kwœskosnœs
13 kwœskoskô
14 kwœskostakáce
15 kwœskospákan
16 kwœskospakanánkœs
17 kwœskospakanœs
18 kwœskospakakô
19 kwœskossïkínœs
20 nyusnyenákœs

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