Numbers in Tondano

How to count in Tondano, a Philippine language spoken in North Sulawesi Province of Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 nol
1 esa ka-esa
2 rua ka-rua
3 telu ka-telu
4 epat ka-epat
5 lima ka-lima
6 enem ka-enem
7 pitu ka-pitu
8 (u)walu ka-(u)walu
9 siuw, siow ka-siuw
10 ma-pulu’ ka-ma-pulu’
11 ma-pulu’ wo esa
12 ma-pulu’ wo rua
13 ma-pulu’ wo telu
14 ma-pulu’ wo epat
15 ma-pulu’ wo lima
16 ma-pulu’ wo enem
17 ma-pulu’ wo pitu
19 ma-pulu’ wo siuw
20 rua nga-pulu’
21 rua nga-pulu’ wo esa
22 rua nga-pulu’ wo rua
23 rua nga-pulu’ wo telu
24 rua nga-pulu’ wo epat
25 rua nga-pulu’ wo lima
26 rua nga-pulu’ wo enem
27 rua nga-pulu’ wo pitu
28 rua nga-pulu’ wo (u)walu
29 rua nga-pulu’ wo siuw
30 telu nga-pulu’
40 epat nga-pulu’
50 lima nga-pulu’
60 enem nga-pulu’
70 pitu nga-pulu’
80 (u)walu nga-pulu’
90 siuw nga-pulu’
100 ma-atus
200 rua nga-atus
300 telu nga-atus
400 epat nga-atus
500 lima nga-atus
600 enem nga-atus
700 pitu nga-atus
800 (u)walu nga-atus
900 siuw nga-atus
1,000 ma-riwu
2,000 rua nga-riwu
3,000 telu nga-riwu
4,000 epat nga-riwu
5,000 lima nga-riwu
6,000 enem nga-riwu
7,000 pitu nga-riwu
8,000 (u)walu nga-riwu
9,000 siuw nga-riwu
10,000 ma-pulu’ nga-riwu
20,000 rua nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
30,000 telu nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
40,000 epat nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
50,000 lima nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
60,000 enem nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
70,000 pitu nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
80,000 (u)walu nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
90,000 siuw nga-pulu’ nga-riwu
100,000 ma-atus nga-riwu
once maka-esa
twice maka-rua
three times maka-telu
1/2 sanga (esa nga) - pa-rua
3/4 telu nga-pa-epat

Source: Timothy C Brickell. A GRAMMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE TONDANO (Toundano) LANGUAGE. La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia. October 2014.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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