Numbers in Monguor

How to count in Monguor (Dēd Mongol), a Mongolic language spoken in Qinghai and Gansu Provinces in the northeastern China, and in Mongolia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 nige nigedari
2 ghoori ghooridari
3 ghuran ghurandari
4 deeran deerandari
5 tawun tawundari
6 jirighun jirighundari
7 duluun duluundari
8 niiman niimandari
9 shzin shzindari
10 haran harandari
11 haran-nige
12 haran-ghoori
13 haran-ghuran
14 haran-deeran
15 haran-tawun
16 haran-jirighun
17 haran-duluun
18 haran-niiman
19 haran-shzin
20 hurin
21 hurin-nige
22 hurin-ghoori
23 hurin-ghuran
24 hurin-deeran
25 hurin-tawun
26 hurin-jirighun
27 hurin-duluun
28 hurin-niiman
29 hurin-shzin
30 hujin
40 tijin
50 tayin
60 jiran
70 dalan
80 nayan
90 yirin
100 nige jang
200 ghoori jang
1,000 menghan
10,000 tumun
100,000 mbun
1,000,000 sayaa

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Information about Monguor | Numbers

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