How to count in Kanakanavu, a Southern Tsouic language spoken in Namasia District of Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan.
Numbers from 1-10 have different forms depending on whether you are counting things (t), people (p), or just counting in general (g).
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|1||cani (g), ucani (t), taciin (p)|
|2||cusa (g), urucin (t), tassa (p)|
|3||turu (g), uturu (t). taturu (p)|
|4||sʉʉpatʉ (g), usʉʉpatʉ (t), sasʉʉpatʉ (p)|
|5||rima (g), urima (t), rarima (p)|
|6||nʉmʉ (g), unʉmʉ (t), nanʉmʉ (p)|
|7||pitu (g), upitu (t), papitu (p)|
|8||aru (g), u-aru (t), rararu (p)|
|9||sia (g), usia (t), sasia (p)|
|10||maan (g), umaan (t), mamaan (p)|
Information about Kanakanavu numerals
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