Mussau-Emira numbers

How to count in Mussau-Emira, an Oceanic language spoken on the islands of Mussau and Emira in Papua New Guinea.

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Mussau-Emiraral Cardinal
1 sesa
2 lua
3 tolu
4 ata
5 lima
6 nomo
7 itu
8 oalu
9 sio
10 sangaulu
11 sangaulu sesa
12 sangaulu lua
13 sangaulu tolu
14 sangaulu ata
15 sangaulu lima
16 sangaulu nomo
17 sangaulu itu
18 sangaulu oalu
19 sangaulu sio
20 luengaulu
21 luengaulu sesa
22 luengaulu lua
23 luengaulu tolu
24 luengaulu ata
25 luengaulu lima
26 luengaulu nomo
27 luengaulu itu
28 luengaulu oalu
29 luengaulu sio
30 tolungaulu
40 atingaulu
50 limangaulu
60 nomongaulu
70 itungaulu
80 oalungaulu
90 siongaulu
100 ai
1,000 airari

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Information about Mussau-Emira numbers

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