Numbers in Ulumandaʼ

How to count in Ulumandaʼ, a South Sulawesi language spoken in West Sulawesi Province in Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 mesa
2 deʼdua
3 tallu
4 uppa
5 lima
6 unnu
7 pitu
8 karuaa 
9 kamessa
10 sappulo
11 sappulo messa
12 sappulo deʼdua
13 sappulo tallu
14 sappulo uppa
15 sappulo lima
16 sappulo unnu
17 sappulo pitu
18 sappulo karuaa
19 sappulo kamessa
20 duappulo
21 duappulo messa
22  duappulo deʼdua
23 duappulo tallu
24 duappulo uppa
25  duappulo lima
26 duappulo unnu
27 duappulo pitu
28  duappulo karuaa
29  duappulo kamessa
30 tallupulo
40 uppapulo
50 limapulo
60 unnupulo
70 pitupulo 
80 karuaapulon
90 kamessapulon
100 saŋŋatu
200 duaŋŋatu
1,000 mesa ribu
2,000 deʼdua ribu


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