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Numbers in Kankanaey (Inakeanon)

How to count in Kankanaey, a Philippine language spoken in the province of Kankanaey on the island of Panay in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 esa maikaesa
2 doa, dua maikadwa
3 tolo maikatlo
4 opat, upat maikapat
5 lima  
6 enem  
7 pito  
8 wao  
9 siyam  
10 sinpo, simpo  
11 sinpo ya esa, onse  
12 sinpo ya doa, simpo ya dua, dose  
13 sinpo ya tolo, trese  
14 sinpo ya opat, katorse  
15 sinpo ya lima, kinse  
16 sinpo ya enem, dise sais  
17 sinpo ya pito, dise siete  
18 sinpo ya wao, dise otso  
19 sinpo ya siyam, dise nuebe  
20 dowanpo, bainte, biente  
21 dowanpo ya esa, biente ono  
22 dowanpo ya doa  
23 dowanpo ya tolo  
24 dowanpo ya opat  
25 dowanpo ya lima  
26 dowanpo ya enem  
27 dowanpo ya pito  
28 dowanpo ya wao  
29 dowanpo ya siyam  
30 tolonpo, trenta  
40 opattapolo, korenta  
50 limapolo, sinkwenta  
60 enamapolo, sais senta  
70 pitopolo, setenta  
80 waopolo, otsienta  
90 siyamapolo, nobenta  
100 sin gasot, esa ay gasot, siento  
200 duwa ay gasot, dos sentos  
300 telo ay gasot  
400 apat ay gasot  
500 lima ay gasot  
600 enem ay gasot  
700 pito ay gasot  
800 wao ay gasot  
900 siyam ay gasot  
1,000 sin libo, esa ay libo  
2,000 duwa ay libo  
3,000 tolo ay libo  
4,000 opat ay libo  
5,000 lima ay libo  
6,000 enem ay libo  
7,000 pito ay libo  
8,000 wao ay libo  
9,000 siyam ay libo  
10,000 sinpo ay libo  
once namingsan  
twice namidwa  
thrice namitlo  
four times naminopat  
five times naminlima  

Numbers in italics are Spanish loan words.

Source: Kanayon ay ngalat. Everyday conversation. A Phrase Book for Central Kankanaey. SIL 1976. Manila, Philippines.

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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