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Numbers in Isnag

How to count in Isnag, a Philippine language spoken in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 isa munna
2 dua mekàduwa
3 tallu mekàlu
4 appát mekappát
5 limma  
6 annam  
7 pittu  
8 walu  
9 siyám  
10 sangapúlu, mapulu  
11 sangapúlu se isa  
12 sangapúlu se duwa  
13 sangapúlu se tallu  
14 sangapúlu se appát  
15 sangapúlu se limma  
16 sangapúlu se annam  
17 sangapúlu se pittu  
18 sangapúlu se walu  
19 sangapúlu se siyám  
20 duwa púlu  
21 duwa púlu se isa  
22 duwa púlu se duwa  
23 duwa púlu se tallu  
24 duwa púlu se appát  
25 duwa púlu se limma  
26 duwa púlu se annam  
27 duwa púlu se pittu  
28 duwa púlu se walu  
29 duwa púlu se siyám  
30 tallu púlu  
40 appát púlu  
50 limma púlu  
60 annam púlu  
70 pittu púlu  
80 walu púlu  
90 siyám púlu  
100 magatut  
200 duwa gatut  
300 tallu gatut  
400 appát gatut  
500 limma gatut  
600 annam gatut  
700 pittu gatut  
800 walu gatut  
900 siyám gatut  
1,000 maríbu, sanga ribu  
2,000 duwa ribu  
3,000 tallu ribu  
4,000 appát ribu  
5,000 limma ribu  
6,000 annam ribu  
7,000 pittu ribu  
8,000 walu ribu  
9,000 siyám ribu  
once mamissán  
twice mamidduwa  
thrice mamilu  
four times mamimpát  
five times mamillima  

Source: Daya nasapar nga makagi (The Expressions That Are Often Said). A Phrase Book For Isnag compiled by Elpidio Balacay and Budin Balalang. (Isnag, Ilokano, Pilipino, English). SIL – 1976. Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

Information about Isnag numbers
https://mpi-lingweb.shh.mpg.de/numeral/Isnag.htm

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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