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Numbers in Milang

How to count in Milang, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Upper Siang district of Arunchal Pradesh in the northeast of India.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 akan nap-pa-ya-lum
2 ne ne-na-nyi
3 ham ham-na-nyi
4 pe pe-na-nyi
5 pangu pa-ngu-na-nyi
6 sap sap-na-nyi
7 rangal ra-ngal-na-nyi
8 rayeng ra-yeng-na-nyi
9 kanyem ka-nyem-na-nyi
10 hangtak hang-tak-na-nyi
11 hangtak-kalo-akan  
12 hangtak-kalo-ne  
13 hangtak-kalo-ham  
14 hangtak-kalo-pe  
15 hangtak-kalo-pangu  
16 hangtak-kalo-sap  
17 hangtak-kalo-rangal  
18 hangtak-kalo-rayeng  
19 hangtak-kalo-kanyem  
20 hangtak-ne  
21 hangtak-ne-kalo-akan  
22 hangtak-ne-kalo-ne  
23 hangtak-ne-kalo-ham  
24 hangtak-ne-kalo-pe  
25 hangtak-ne-kalo-pangu  
26 hangtak-ne-kalo-sap  
27 hangtak-ne-kalo-rangal  
28 hangtak-ne-kalo-rayeng  
29 hangtak-ne-kalo-kanyem  
30 hangtak-ham  
40 hangtak-pe  
50 hangtak-pangu  
60 hangtak-sap  
70 hangtak-rangal  
80 hangtak-rayeng  
90 hangtak-kanyem  
100 ling-ko  
102 ling-ko-kalo-ne  
200 ling-ko-ne  
300 ling-ko-ham  
400 ling-ko-pe  
500 ling-ko-pangu  
600 ling-ko-sap  
700 ling-ko-rangal  
800 ling-ko-rayeng  
900 ling-ko-kanyem  
1,000 ejar  
once lam-tel-ka  
twice lam-ne-ka  
thrice lam-am-ka  
many times bu-ji-ka  
single a-tel-nyi  
double ne-nyi  
triple ham-nyi  
1/2 arot  
1 1/2 abung ka-lo arot  
1/3 abu-ngu-ki atel-ka  
1/4 rot-tung  

Source: Aduk Tayenk. Milang Phrase-Book. Research Department. Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Shillong – 1976.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Information about Milang
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milang_language
http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/lang/1378

Numbers in Tibeto-Burman languages

Angami, Apatani, Balti, Bokar, Hmar, Inpui, Khowa (Bugun), Koireng, Liangmai Naga, Milang, Moyon, Na, Naxi, Pochuri (Naga), Sartang, Sherdukpen, Singpho, Tangam, Tangkhul (Naga), Tibetan, Yi

Numbers in other languages

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