Numbers in Dawan

How to count in Dawan (Uab Metô), a Timoric language spoken in East Nusa Tenggara province on the island of West Timor in Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 nol, luman
1 mese’, mesê mes’ê
2 nua, nua’ nua’ê
3 teun teun’ê
4 ha’, há ha’ê
5 nim, ním ním’ê
6 ne’, né ne’ê
7 hiut hiut’ê
8 faun, faon faun’ê
9 sio sio’ê
10 bo’, bo’es, boës boës’ê
11 bo’es-am-mese’ boësammes’ê
12 bo’es-am-nua’ boësamnua’ê
13 bo’es-am-teun boësamteun’ê
14 bo’es-am-ha’ boësamha’ê
15 bo’es-am-nim
16 bo’es-am-ne’
17 bo’es-am-hiut
18 bo’es-am-faun
19 bo’es-am-sio’
20 bo’nua’
21 bo’nua-m-mese’
22 bo’nua-m-nua’
23 bo’nua-m-teun
24 bo’nua-m-ha’
25 bo’nua-m-nim
26 bo’nua-m-ne’
27 bo’nua-m-hiut
28 bo’nua-m-faun
29 bo’nua-m-sio
30 bo’teun
40 bo’ha’
50 bo’nim
60 bo’ne’
70 bo’hiut
80 bo’faun
90 bo’sio’
100 natu mese’, nautnes
200 natu nua
1,000 nifun mese’, niufnes
2,000 nifun nua
1,000,000 juta mese’, juta es, jutes

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Information about Dawan numbers

Information about Dawan | Numbers | Tower of Babel

Numbers in Timoric languages

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