Numbers in Toba Batak

How to count in Toba Batak, a Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken mainly in Northern Sumatra in Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 sada
2 dua / duwa
3 tolu
4 opat
5 lima
6 onom
7 pitu
8 walu / uwalu
9 sia
10 sappulu
11 sappulu sada
12 sappulu dua
13 sappulu tolu
14 sappulu opat
15 sappulu lima
16 sappulu onom
17 sappulu pitu
18 sappulu walu
19 sappulu sia
20 dua pulu
30 tolu pulu
40 opat pulu
50 lima pulu
60 onom pulu
70 pitu pulu
80 walu pulu
90 sia pulu
100 saratus
200 dua ratus
300 tolu ratus
400 opat ratus
500 lima ratus
600 onom ratus
700 pitu ratus
800 walu ratus
900 sia ratus
1,000 saribu
2,000 dua ribu
3,000 tolu ribu
4,000 opat ribu
5,000 lima ribu
6,000 onom ribu
7,000 pitu ribu
8,000 walu ribu
9,000 sia ribu
10,000 sappulu ribu
100,000 saratus ribu
1,000,000 sajuta / sada juta

Information about counting in Toba Batak

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Information about: Batak script, Batak languages: Batak Angkola, Batak Dairi Batak Karo, Batak Mandailing, Batak Simalungun, Batak Toba | Phrases: Batak Toba | Numbers: Batak Toba | Tower of Babel in: Batak Angkola, Batak Dairi, Batak Karo, Batak Simalungun, Batak Toba

Numbers in Malayo-Polynesian languages

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