Numbers in Bakairi

How to count in Bakairi (Kurâ), a Cariban language spoken in southern Brazil. Note: most Bakairi speakers use Portuguese when counting higher than two.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 tokalȃ
2 azagȃ
3 azagȃ tokalȃ (wara)
4 azagȃ azagȃ (wara)
5 azagȃ azagȃ tokalȃ (wara)
6 azagȃ azagȃ azagȃ

Information about Bakairi numerals

Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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