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Numbers in Aklan (Inakeanon)

How to count in Aklan, a Philippine language spoken in the province of Aklan on the island of Panay in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 isaea  
2 daywa, daiwa ikadaywa
3 tatlo ikatatlo
4 ap-at ikapat
5 lima ikalima
6 an-om ikanom
7 pitó ikapitó
8 waeo, walo ikawaeo
9 siyam ikasiyam
10 napoeo, pu-eo, pulo ikapu-eo
11 onse  
12 dose  
13 trese  
14 katursi  
15 kinse  
16 disesayes  
17 disesyete  
18 dise-otso  
19 disenuybe  
20 baynte, veinte  
30 traynta  
40 kwarinta  
50 singkwenta  
60 saysinta  
70 sitenta  
80 otsinta  
90 nobenta  
100 sanggatos  
200 daywang gatos  
300 tatlong gatos  
400 ap-at gatos  
500 limang gatos  
600 an-om gatos  
700 pitong gatos  
800 waeong gatos  
900 siyam gatos  
1,000 sanglibo  
2,000 daywang libo  
3,000 tatlong libo  
4,000 ap-at libo  
5,000 limang libo  
6,000 an-om libo  
7,000 pitong libo  
8,000 waeong libo  
9,000 siyam libo  
1,000,000 sangmilyon  

Note: Numbers in italics are Spanish loan words.

Source: Salas Reyes: Aklanon to English Dictionary. Peace Corps, Washington D.C. 1969.
- http://learnaklanon.blogspot.de

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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