Numbers in Sursurunga

How to count in Sursurunga, a Western Oceanic language spoken in Namatanai district of New Ireland Province of Papua New Guinea.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 tikái, kes mulán
2 ru áruán, harwan
3 tul átuil
4 hat atatin
5 lim álimán
6 won áwonon
7 hit hithitun
8 wal awalon
9 siu asiwon
10 sángul sángulon
11 sángul mai akes
12 sángul mai aru
13 sángul mai atul
14 sángul mai ahat
15 sángul mai alim
16 sángul mai awon
17 sángul mai ahit
18 sángul mai awal
19 sángul mai asiu
20 aru i sángul
21 aru i sángul mai akes
22 aru i sángul mai aru
23 aru i sángul mai atul
24 aru i sángul mai ahat
25 aru i sángul mai alim
26 aru i sángul mai awon
27 aru i sángul mai ahit
28 aru i sángul mai awal
29 aru i sángul mai asiu
30 atul i sángul
40 ahat i sángul
50 alim i sángul
60 awon i sángul
70 ahit i sángul
80 awal i sángul
90 asiu i sángul
100 mar
200 aru i mar
300 atul i mar
400 ahat i mar
500 alim i mar
600 awon i mar
700 ahit i mar
800 awal i mar
900 asiu i mar
1,000 tausen

Sources

Information about Sursurunga
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sursurunga_language
https://www.ethnologue.com/language/sgz

Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Oceanic languages

Apma, Big Numbas, Drehu, Fijian, Kokota, Kove, Lote, Manam, Maskelynes, Nengone, Nyelâyu, Paama, Rotuman, Roviana, Siar, Sio, Sobei, Sursurunga, Tîrî, Tamambo, Ubir, Ughele

Numbers in other languages

Alphabetical index | Language family index

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