Chokwe numbers

How to count in Chokwe (Wuchokwe), a Bantu language spoken in Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 kahsi
2 kaali
3 katatu
4 kawana
5 katano
6 kasambano
7 kashimbi ali
8 nake
9 livwa
10 kumi
11 kumi ni umwica
12 kumi ni aali
13 kumi ni tatu
14 kumi ni yiwana
15 kumi ni yitano
16 kumi ni yisambano
17 kumi ni shimbi ali
18 kumi ni nake
19 kumi ni livwa
20 makumi aali
21 makumi ni umwica
22 makumi ni aali
23 makumi ni tatu
24 makumi ni yiwana
25 makumi ni yitano
26 makumi ni yisambano
27 makumi ni shimbi ali
28 makumi ni nake
29 makumi ni livwa
30 makumi atatu
40 makumi awana
50 makumi atano
60 makumi asambano
70 makumi shimbi aali
80 makumi nake
90 makumi livwa
100 tchulakaji
1,000 kumi ya yinunu
10,000 tchinunu
100,000 yinunu tchulakaji
1,000,000 tchihuji

Information about counting in Chokwe
https://chokwe.mofeko.com/numbers.html

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