Numbers in Agutaynen

How to count in Agutaynen, a Philippine language spoken mainly on Agutaya Island in the Province of Palawan in the Philippines.

The numbers borrowed from Spanish, such as bainti (20) and trinta (30) are used mainly when talking about time and money.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 tata/tambilog primiro
2 doroa yadoa
3 tolo ya-lo
4 epat yapat
5 lima yalima
6 enem yanem
7 pito yapito
8 walo yawalo
9 sian yasiam
10 tampolok yatampolok / yapolok
11 tampolok may tata
12 tampolok may doroa
13 tampolok may tolo
14 tampolok may epat
15 tampolok may lima
16 tampolok may enem
17 tampolok may pito
18 tampolok may walo
19 tampolok may sian
20 doroampolok / doroang polok
21 doroampolok may tata
22 doroampolok may doroa
23 doroampolok may tolo
24 doroampolok may epat
25 doroampolok may lima
26 doroampolok may enem
27 doroampolok may pito
28 doroampolok may walo
29 doroampolok may sian
30 tolompolok
40 epat ang polok
50 limampolok
60 enem ang polok
70 pitompolok
80 walompolok
90 sian ang polok
100 (tang) gatos
1,000 (tang) ribo
1,000,000 milion

Details supplied by Michael Peter Füstumum


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