Lengo numbers

How to count in Lengo, a Southeast Solomonic spoken on the island of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.

There are two sets of numbers in Lengo: one set is used for everyday use, and the other is used in stories. The latter numbers are in italics below.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 sakai, kea tighi
2 ruka, ura ruke
3 tolu, lotu tolue
4 vati, tave vatie
5 lima, mila lime
6 ono, no onoe
7 vitu, tivu vitue
8 alu, rau alue
9 thiua, beta thiue
10 thangavulu thangavulue
11 thangavulu sakai
12 thangavulu ruka
13 thangavulu tolu
14 thangavulu vati
15 thangavulu lima
16 thangavulu ono
17 thangavulu vitu
18 thangavulu alu
19 thangavulu thiua
20 ruka thangavulu
30 tolu thangavulu
40 vati thangavulu
50 lima thangavulu
60 ono thangavulu
70 vitu thangavulu
80 alu thangavulu
90 thiua thangavulu
100 thangetu
1,000 togha

Information about Lengo numbers


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