North Marquesan numbers

Numbers in North Marquesan (Te èo ènana), an Eastern Polynesian language spoken in the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 aè he mea
1 te tahi
2 e ùa
3 e toù
4 e hā
5 e ìma
6 e ono
7 e hitu
8 e vaù
9 e iva
10 ònohuu
11 ònohuu ma tahi
12 ònohuu ma ùa
13 ònohuu ma toù
14 ònohuu ma hā
15 ònohuu ma ìma
16 ònohuu ma ono
17 ònohuu ma hitu
18 ònohuu ma vaù
19 ònohuu ma iva
20 tekau
21 tekau ma tahi
22 tekau ma ùa
23 tekau ma toù
24 tekau ma hā
25 tekau ma ìma
26 tekau ma ono
27 tekau ma hitu
28 tekau ma vaù
29 tekau ma iva
30 e toù ònohuu
40 e hā ònohuu
50 e ìma ònohuu
60 e ono ònohuu
70 e hitu ònohuu
80 e vaù ònohuu
90 e iva ònohuu
100 hānere
1 000 tautini
1 000 000 mirioni, e tahi mirioni


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