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Singpho numbers

How to count in Singpho, a dialect of Jingpho, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam in the northeast of India.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 ai, ai-ma
2 inkhong
3 músum
4 míli
5 manga
6 ku
7 snit, sínit
8 mcat
9 skhru
10 shi
11 shi-ai
12 shi-inkhong
13 shi-músum
14 shi-míli
15 shi-manga
16 shi-ku
17 shi-sínit
18 shi-mcat
19 shi-skhru
20 khun
21 khun-ai
22 khun- inkhong
23 khun-músum
24 khun-míli
25 khun-manga
26 khun-ku
27 khun-snit
28 khun-mcat
29 khun-skhru
30 dum-shi
40 míli-shi
50 manga-shi
60 ku-shi
70 snit-shi
80 mcat-shi
90 skhru-shi
100 leca
101 lecan-ai
200 inkhong ca
300 músum ca
400 míli ca
500 manga ca
600 ku ca
700 snit ca
800 mcat ca
900 skhru ca
1,000 hingma
1,365 hingma (i)-mu-sum ca-ku-shi-manga
1/2 ka-ang khup
1/3 mam msum goi, na manma
1/10 manshi goi, ma manma

Source: K. Das Gupta. Deputy Director of Research (Philology). Government of Arunchanal Pradesh. Shillong – 1979.

Information about Singpho
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singpho_dialect
http://www.ethnologue.com/18/language/sgp

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Tibeto-Burman languages

Angami, Apatani, Balti, Bokar, Hmar, Inpui, Khowa (Bugun), Koireng, Liangmai Naga, Milang, Moyon, Na, Naxi, Pochuri (Naga), Sartang, Sherdukpen, Singpho, Tangam, Tangkhul (Naga), Tibetan, Yi

Numbers in other languages

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