Dorig numbers

How to count in Dorig (Dōrig), a Southern Oceanic language spoken on Gaua Island in Vanuatu

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Numeral Cardinal
1 tuwal
2 s∙rō
3 s∙tōl
4 s∙vāt
5 so∙tvalēm
6 so∙lvite
7 so∙lvērō
8 so∙lvētōl
9 so∙lvēvāt
10 san̄vul
11 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in su∙twal
12 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in s∙rō
13 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in s∙tōl
14 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙vāt
15 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙tvalēm
16 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙lvite
17 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙lvērō
18 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙lvētōl
19 san̄vul tuwal dom̄in so∙lvēvāt
20 san̄vul rō
21 san̄vul rō dom̄in su∙twal
22 san̄vul rō dom̄in s∙rō
23 san̄vul rō dom̄in s∙tōl
24 san̄vul rō dom̄in s∙vāt
25 san̄vul rō dom̄in so∙tvalēm
26 san̄vul rō dom̄in so∙lvite
27 san̄vul rō dom̄in so∙lvērō
28 san̄vul rō dom̄in so∙lvētōl
29 san̄vul rō dom̄in so∙lvēvāt
30 san̄vul tōl
40 san̄vul vāt
50 san̄vul tvalēm
60 san̄vul lvite
70 san̄vul lvērō
80 san̄vul lvētōl
90 san̄vul lvēvāt
100 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙tuwa
200 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙rō
300 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙tēl
400 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙vāt
500 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙tvalēm
600 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙lvite
700 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙lvērō
800 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙lvētōl
900 so∙m̄ledōl vag∙lvēvāt

Source: Alex François. O vavgat ta Dōrig, 2011. South Gaua, Banks Islands, Vanuatu.

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