Numbers in Caluyanon

How to count in Caluyanon, a Philippine language spoken in Caluya Island in Antique province in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 isara una
2 darwa ikarwa
3 tatlo ikatatlo
4 apat ikaapat
5 lima ikalima
6 anem ikaanem
7 pito ikapito
8 walo ikawalo
9 siyam ikasiyam
10 napulo ikanapulo
11 onse  
12 dose  
13 trese  
14 katorse  
15 kinse  
16 disisas  
17 disisiete  
18 disiotso  
19 disinoybe  
20 karwaan, bainte  
21 bainte uno  
22 bainte dos  
23 bainte tres  
24 bainte kwatro  
25 bainte singko  
26 bainte saes  
27 bainte siete  
28 bainte otso  
29 bainte noybe  
30 katluan, trainta  
40 kapatan, kwarinta  
50 kaliman, singkwenta  
60 kaneman, sesenta  
70 kapituan, setenta  
80 kawaluan, otsenta  
90 kasiyaman, nobenta  
100 sangka gatos, sien  
200 dos sientos  
300 tres sientos  
400 kwatro sientos  
500 singko sientos  
600 saes sientos  
700 siete sientos  
800 otso sientos  
900 noybe sientos  
1,000 sangka libo  
2,000 darwa ka libo  
3,000 tatlo ka libo  
4,000 apat ka libo  
5,000 lima ka libo  
6,000 anem ka libo  
7,000 pito ka libo  
8,000 walo ka libo  
9,000 siyam ka libo  
10,000 napulo ka libo  
once kaisara  
twice darwa ka bisis  
thrice tatlo ka bisis  
four times apat ka bisis  
five times lima ka bisis  

Note: Numbers in italics are Spanish loan words.

Source: Kermit Titrud. Mga Pangadlaw-adlaw Arambalen. Everyday Expressions. A Phrase Book for Caluyanen. – 1978.

Information about Caluyanon numerals

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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