Kodava numbers

How to count in Kodava (ಕೊಡವ ತಕ್ಕು), a Dravidian language spoken in Karnataka state in southern India, particularly in the Kodagu district.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 (೧) ಒಂದು (ondhu) [(w)on̪d̪ɨ]
2 (೨) ದಂಡು (dhandu) [d̪əɳɖɨ]
3 (೩) ಮೂಂದು (moondhu) [muːn̪d̪ɨ]
4 (೪) ನಾಲು (naalu) [naːlɨ]
5 (೫) ಅಂಜಿ (anji) [əɲd͡ʒi]
6 (೬) ಆರು (aaru) [aːɾɨ]
7 (೭) ಅಳು (alu) [əːɭɨ]
8 (೮) ಅಟ್ಟು (attu) [əʈːɨ]
9 (೯) ಒಇಂಬದು (oimbadhu) [(w)oimbəd̪ɨ]
10 (೧೦) ಪತ್ತು (patthu) [pət̪ːɨ]
11 (೧೧) ಪನ್ನಂದು (pannandhu) [pənːən̪d̪ɨ]
12 (೧೨) ಪನ್ನರಂಡು (pannerandu) [pənːeɾəɳɖɨ]
13 (೧೩) ಪದಿಮೂಂದು (padhimoondhu) [pəd̪imuːn̪d̪ɨ]
14 (೧೪) ಪದ್ನಾಲು (padhnaalu) [pəd̪naːlɨ]
15 (೧೫) ಪದ್ನಂಜಿ (padhanji) [pəd̪nəɲd͡ʒi]
16 (೧೬) ಪದ್ನಾರು (padhnaaru) [pəd̪naːɾɨ]
17 (೧೭) ಪದ್ನಳು (padhnalu) [pəd̪nəːɭɨ]
18 (೧೮) ಪದ್ನಟ್ಟು (padhnattu) [pəd̪nəʈːɨ]
19 (೧೯) ಪತ್ತೊಇಂಬದು (patthoimbadhu) [pət̪ːoimbəd̪ɨ]
20 (೨೦) ಇರುವದು (iruvadhu) [iruʋəd̪ɨ]
30 (೩೦) ನುಪ್ಪದು (nuppadhu) [nupːəd̪ɨ]
40 (೪೦) ನಾಪದು (naapadhu) [naːpəd̪ɨ]
50 (೫೦) ಐಂಬದು (aimbadhu) [aimbəd̪ɨ]
60 (೬೦) ಅರುವದು (aruvadhu) [əɾuʋəd̪ɨ]
70 (೭೦) ಅಳುವದು (aluvadhu) [əɭuʋəd̪ɨ]
80 (೮೦) ಅಂಬದು (ambadhu) [əmbəd̪ɨ]
90 (೯೦) ತೊಬದು (tombadhu) [t̪ombəd̪ɨ]
100 (೧೦೦) ನೂರು (nooru) [nuːɾɨ]
1,000 (೧೦೦೦) ಆಇರ (aaira)
1,00,000 / 1 lakh
(೧,೦೦,೦೦೦)
ಒಂದು ಲಕ್ಷ (ondhu laksha)
1,00,00,000 / 1 crore
(೧,೦೦,೦೦,೦೦೦)
ಒಂದು ಕೊತಿ (ondhu koti)

Hear some of these numbers in Kodava

https://www.kodaguassociation.co.uk/ourwork?pgid=keua1h08-298603c3-4071-4e1f-9e0c-5e4d1a77d816

If you would like to make any corrections or additions to this page, or if you can provide recordings, please contact me.

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