How to count in Chipewyan (Dënesųłıné / ᑌᓀᓱᐠᑦᕄᓀ), a Northern Athabaskan language spoken in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in Canada.
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|1||įłaghį (for people)
įłaghe (for things and animals)
|2||nádene (for people)
náke (for things and animals)
|3||tąnį (for people)
taghe (for things and animals)
|4||dįnį (for people)
dįghį (for things and animals)
|5||sųlą́nį (for people)
sųlaghe (for things and animals)
|6||ełk’etani (for people)
ełk’etaghe (for things and animals)
|7||totąni (for male people)
tótąni (for female people)
totą (for things and animals)
|8||ełk’edįnį (for male people)
ełk’édįnį (for female people)
ełk’edįghį (for things and animals)
|9||įłótąnį (for people)
įłótą (for things and animals)
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