Numbers in Punu

How to count in Punu (Yipunu), a Bantu language spoken mainly in southern Gabon, and also in south of the Republic of Congo.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 imossi
2 bidédji
3 birriéwou
4 bine
5 biranou
6 bissiaamounou
7 issambouali
8 inane
9 ifou
10 diwouni
11 diwouni na imossi
12 diwouni na bidédji
13 diwouni na birriéwou
14 diwouni na bine
15 diwouni na biranou
16 diwouni na bissiaamounou
17 diwouni na issambouali
18 diwouni na inane
19 diwouni na ifou
20 mawouma bédji
21 mawouma bédji na imossi
22 mawouma bédji na bidédji
23 mawouma bédji na birriéwou
24 mawouma bédji na bine
25 mawouma bédji na biranou
26 mawouma bédji na bissiaamounou
27 mawouma bédji na issambouali
28 mawouma bédji na inane
29 mawouma bédji na ifou
30 mawouma riérwou
40 mawoumane
50 mawoumaranou
60 mawoumassiamounou
70 doussambouali doumawoumi
80 innane imawoumi
90 ifou mawoumi
100 kame
200 kame bédji
300 kame riérwou
400 kame bine
500 kame biranou
600 kame bissiaamounou
700 kame issambouali
800 kame inane
900 kame ifou
1,000 ivévi

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Information about Punu | Numbers

Numbers in Bantu languages

Basaa, Bemba, Chichewa, Chokwe, Comorian, Ewondo, Fang, Gusii, Gwere, Herero, Kamba, Kirundi, Lingala, Luganda, Luvale, Makhuwa, Maore, Mbunda, Mwani, Ndebele (Southern), Nkore, Northern Sotho, Nyole, Nyungwe, Punu, Shona, Soga, Southern Sotho, Swahili, Swati, Taita, Tsonga, Tswana, Tumbuka, Umbundu, Venda, Xhosa, Yao, Zulu

Numbers in other languages

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