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Bantoanon numbers

How to count in Bantoanon (Binisaya / Bisaya), a Philippine language spoken in Romblon province in the Philippines

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Cardinal Ordinal
1 usa
uno, una
primero
2 ruha
dos
ikaruha
pangruha
3 tatlo
tres
ikatatlo
pangtatlo
4 ap-at
kwatro
ikaap-at
pangap-at
5 lima
singko
ikalima
6 an-om
sais
ikaan-om
7 pito
siyete
ikapito
8 wayo
otso
ikawayo
9 sidam
nwebe
ikasidam
10 sampuyo
dyes
ikasampuyo
11 labing isa
onse
12 labing dalawa
dose
13 labing tatlo
trese
14 labing apat
katorse
15 labing lima
kinse
16 labing anim
disisais
17 labing pito
disisiyete
18 labing walo
disiotso
19 labing siyam
disinwebe
20 baynte, beynte
21 bayntey-uno
22 báyntiy-dos
23 báyntiy-tres
24 báyntiy-kwátro
25 baynt-singko
bayntey-singko
báyntiy-singko
26 báyntiy-sa-ís
27 báyntiy-syéte
28 báyntiy-ótso
29 báyntiy-nwébe
30 tatlumpu
treynta
40 ap-at napu
kwarenta
50 limampu
singkwenta
60 anim napu
saisenta
70 pitumbu
sitenta
80 walongpu
otsenta
90 siyam napu
nobenta
100 usang gatos, isang daan, daan
syento
200 ruhang gatos, ruhang daan
dos syentos
300 tatlong daan
tres syentos
400 ap-at daan
kwatro syentos
500 limang daan
kinyentos
600 an-om daan
sais syentos
700 pito daan
siyete syentos
800 wayo daan
otso syentos
900 sidam daan
nwebe syentos
1,000 usang libo
mil
once kung kausa
twice ruhang beses
thrice tatlong beses
four times ap-at nak beses
five times limang beses

Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Note: Numerals in italics are Spanish loanwords used in counting money and telling the time.

Sources

Mga Istoryhanan Sa Pangadlaw-adlaw (Everyday Coversation). A Phrase Book For Bantoanon (Asi), SIL, Inc. Philippines - 1985.
http://www.tagmi.net/en/everyday-expressions-phrase-book
http://www.tagmi.net/en/grammar
https://asi.webonary.org/

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Numbers in Philippine languages

Aklan, Balangao, Bantoanon, Bikol, Bolinao, Bontoc, Caluyanon, Casiguran Dumagat Agta, Cebuano, Cuyonon, Dupaningan, Hiligaynon, Ibaloi, Ifugao, Iloko, Isnag, Ivatan, Kagayanen, Kankanaey, Maguindanao, Mapun, Maranao, Masbateño, Matigsalug Manobo, Pangasinan, Romblomanon, Tagalog, Tagabawà, Tausūg, Tboli, Yami/Tao

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