Wallisian numbers

How to count in Wallisian (Fakaʻuvea), a Polynesian language spoken on the island Wallis, part of the Wallis and Futuna Islands, and also in New Caledonia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 selo
1 tahi
2 lua
3 tolu
5 nima
6 ono
7 fitu
8 valu
9 hiva
10 hogofulu
11 hogofulu mā tahi
12 hogofulu mā lua
13 hogofulu mā tolu
14 hogofulu mā fā
15 hogofulu mā nima
16 hogofulu mā ono
17 hogofulu mā fitu
18 hogofulu mā valu
19 hogofulu mā hiva
20 ‘uafulu
21 ‘uafulu mā tahi
22 ‘uafulu mā lua
23 ‘uafulu mā tolu
24 ‘uafulu mā fā
25 ‘uafulu mā nima
26 ‘uafulu mā ono
27 ‘uafulu mā fitu
28 ‘uafulu mā valu
29 ‘uafulu mā hiva
30 tolugofulu
40 fāgofulu
50 nimagofulu
60 onogofulu
65 onogofulu mā nima
70 fitugofulu
80 valugofulu
90 hivagofulu
100 teau
101 teau mā tahi
102 teau mā lua
103 teau mā tolu
111 teau hogofulu mā tahi
112 teau hogofulu mā lua
200 lua-geau
300 tolu-geau
334 tolu-geau tolugofulu mā fā
360 tolu-geau onogofulu
400 fā-geau
500 nima-geau
600 ono-geau
700 fitu-geau
800 valu-geau
900 hiva-geau
1,000 (tahi) afe
1,100 (tahi) afe teau
1,111 (tahi) afe teau hogofulu mā tahi
2,000 lua afe
3,000 tolu afe
4,000 fā afe
4,570 fā afe nima-geau fitugofulu
5,000 nima afe
6,000 ono afe
7,000 fitu afe
8,000 valu afe
9,000 hiva afe
9,999 hiva afe hiva-geau hivagofulu mā hiva
1,000,000 miliona
1/2 valelua

Source: Andrew Livingston. East Uvean. A Condensed Grammar. University of Washington – 2016.

Wallisian numbers provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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