Numbers in Makhuwa

How to count in Makhuwa (Emakhuwa), a Bantu language spoken in mainly northern Mozambique.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 mosa
2 pili
3 tharu
4 sheshe
5 thanu
6 thanu na mosa
7 thanu na pili
8 thanu na tharu
9 thanu na sheshe
10 mulokó
11 mulokó na mosa
12 mulokó na pili
13 mulokó na tharu
14 mulokó na sheshe
15 mulokó na thanu
16 mulokó na thanu na mosa
17 mulokó na thanu na pili
18 mulokó na thanu na tharu
19 mulokó na thanu na sheshe
20 milokó mili
21 miloko mili na mosa
22 miloko mili na pili
23 miloko mili na tharu
24 miloko mili na sheshe
25 miloko mili na thanu
26 miloko mili na thanu na mosa
27 miloko mili na thanu na pili
28 miloko mili na thanu na tharu
29 miloko mili na thanu na sheshe
30 miloko miraru
40 miloko misheshe
50 miloko mithanu
60 miloko mithanu na mosa
70 miloko mithanu na mili
80 miloko mithanu na miraru
90 miloko mithanu na misheshe
100 miloko muloko
200 miloko muloko mili
300 miloko muloko miraru
400 miloko muloko misheshe
500 miloko muloko mithanu
600 miloko muloko mithanu na mosa
700 miloko muloko mithanu na mili
800 miloko muloko mithanu na miraru
900 miloko muloko mithanu na misheshe
1,000 álufu

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Source: https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-makhuwa/en/vmw/

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