Numbers in Tagbanwa

How to count in Tagbanwa, a Philippine language spoken in Palawan province in the west of the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 ᝰᝲᝮᝳ (siru)
1 ᝡᝰ (isa)
2 ᝧᝳᝯ (duwa)
3 ᝦᝳᝮᝳ (tulu)
4 ᝢᝩᝦ (upat)
5 ᝮᝲᝫ (lima)
6 ᝢᝨᝳᝫ (unum)
7 ᝩᝲᝦᝳ (pitu)
8 ᝯᝮᝳ (walu)
9 ᝰᝲᝬᝫ (siyam)
10 ᝰᝥ ᝩᝳᝮᝳ (saḡ pulu)
100 ᝰᝥ ᝤᝦᝳᝰ (saḡ gatus)
1,000 ᝰᝥ ᝮᝲᝪᝳ (saḡ ribu)
10,000 ᝰᝥ ᝩᝳᝮᝳᝥ ᝮᝲᝪᝳ (saḡ puluḡ ribu)

Information about Tagbanwa numbers

Information about the Tagbanwa Script | Aborlan Tagbanwa | Calmian Tagbanwa | Central Tagbanwa | Numbers | Tower of Babel

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