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Sarcee numbers

How to count in Tsuut'ina (Tsúùt’ínà), a Northern Athabaskan language spoken near Calgary in Canada. It was formerly known as Sarcee or Sarsi.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 tłìk’āzá, Ɂatłik’aa
2 èkíyē, ákíyí, íkíyī, Ɂakiyi
3 tá.k’ē, tóók’ī, táyk’í, taak’i
4 díítš’ē, dīītc’íí, diich’i
5 gúùt’áá, guut’a
6 gùstánē, gùstóní, gustoni
7 tšìštš’ídē, tcìctc’ídí, chishch’idi
8 tłàšdíítš’ē, tłàcdīītc’í, tłaasdiich’i
9 tłìk’úyāwá, tłìk’ūyāyáá, tłik’uya
10 gūnèsnánē, gūnìsnání, gunisnani
11 tłìk’ é mītāā, tłìk’á mītōō, tłik’aa mit’oo
12 èká. mītāā, ìkáá mītōō, Ɂakaa mit’oo
13 tá.k’ ē mītāā, tóók’ī mītōō , taak’i mit’oo
14 diich’i mit’oo, díítš’ ē mītāā
15 gúùt’áá mītāā, guut’a mit’oo
16 gùstá mītāā
17 tšìštš’ídē mītāā
18 tłàšdíítš’ē mītāā
19 tłìk’úyāwá mītāā
20 èkédēē, àkáá-dīī
30 tá.dēē, tóó-dīī
40 dííšdēē, díīc-dīī
50 gúùstádēē, gúùt’áá-dīī
60 gùstádēē, gùstánē-dīī
70 tšìštš’ídēnē, tšìštš’ídē-dīī
80 tłàšdíítšdēē, tłàšdíítš’ē-dīī
90 tłìk’úyāwádēnē, tłìk’úyāwá-dīī
100 gūnèsnádēē, gūnìsnánī-dīī
200 èkádē gūnèsnádēē
300 tá.dē gūnèsnádēē
1,000 tłádé gūnèsnádā
100,000 tłádéé tłádé gūnèsnádā
once tłìk’āzá-gù
twice àkáá-gù, àkíyí-gù
three times tóó-gù

Sources: Eung-Do Cook. A Sarcee Grammar. The University of Colombia Press, Vancouver, 1984. Nanagusja. A Tsuut’ina (Sarcee) Language Development Program, 1969.
Eung-Do Cook. Sarcee Numerals. Anthropological Linguistics. Vol. 13, No. 9 (Dec., 1971), pp. 435-441

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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