Moma-Kulawi numbers

How to count in Moma-Kulawi, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Sulawesi Tengah Province of Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 hangu hangkani
2 rongu karongkani
3 tolu  
4 aopo  
5 alima  
6 aono, ono  
7 papitu  
8 walu  
9 hahio  
10 hampulu  
11 hampulu hangu  
12 hampulu rongu  
13 hampulu tolu  
14 hampulu aopo  
15 hampulu alima  
16 hampulu aono  
17 hampulu papitu  
18 hampulu walu  
19 hampulu hahio  
20 rompulu  
30 tolu mpulu  
40 aopo mpulu  
50 alima mpulu  
60 aono mpulu  
70 papitu mpulu  
80 walu mpulu  
90 hahio mpulu  
100 hatu [one hundred]
atu [hundred]
200 roatu  
300 tolu atu  
400 aopo atu  
500 alima atu  
600 aono atu  
700 papitu atu  
800 walu atu  
900 hahio atu  
1,000 hancobu [one thousand]
ncobu [thousand]
2,000 ro ncobu  
3,000 tolu ncobu  
4,000 aopo ncobu  
5,000 alima ncobu  
6,000 ono ncobu  
7,000 papitu ncobu  
8,000 walu ncobu  
9,000 hahio ncobu  
10,000 hampulu ncobu  

Source: Kamus Saku Bahasa Moma-Kulawi, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Inggris. SIL International-Indonesia, 2015.

Information about the Moma-Kulawi language

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Malayo-Polynesian languages

Alorese, Ambel, Araki, Bambam, Balinese, Banjarese, Batak (Toba), Batuley, Bengkulu, Biak, Bugis, Chamorro, Fordata, Iban, Indonesian, Javanese, Kei, Kembayan, Kerinci, Komering, Lamaholot, Lampung, Madurese, Malagasy, Malay, Minangkabau, Moma-Kulawi, Motu, Paku, Selaru, Sumbawa, Sundanese, Tado-Lindu, Tokodede, Ulumandaʼ, Urak Lawoi’, Wamesa, Wandamen, Yakan, Yamdena

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