Language name and location: Apatani, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区阿帕塔尼语, 印度

 

1. koːŋ

21.  ɲixxã́ hellà konne

2. aɲɲè

22.  ɲixxã́ hellà aɲɲè

3. hiŋŋe

23.  ɲixxã́ hellà hiŋŋe

4. pɯʎʎe

24.  ɲixxã́ hellà pɯʎʎe

5. jaŋŋo

25.  ɲixxã́ hellà jaŋŋo

6. xɯːe

26.  ɲixxã́ hellà xɯːe

7. kannu

27.  ɲixxã́ hellà kannu

8. piɲɲè

28.  ɲixxã́ hellà piɲɲè

9. koːá

29.  ɲixxã́ hellà koá

10. aʎʎã́

30.  hĩŋxã́

11. aʎʎã́ lekkṹ

40.  aʎʎã́ Pɯʎʎe

12. aʎʎã́ leɲɲì

50.  aʎʎã́ jaŋŋo

13. aʎʎã́ lehhĩ́

60.  aʎʎã́ xɯːe

14. aʎʎã́ leʔppe

70.  kannuxaŋŋe     

15. aʎʎã́ leŋŋo

80.  piɲɲìxaŋŋè

16. aʎʎã́ lexxe

90.  koáxaŋŋè

17. aʎʎã́ hellà kannu

100. laŋŋè

18. aʎʎã́ hellà piɲɲè

200. laɲɲè

19. aʎʎã́ hellà koá

1000. d͡ʒarre

20. ɲixxã́

2000. d͡ʒaːrɲè

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Nending Ommo, Assistant Professor and PhD scholar, Rang-Frah Government College, Arunachal Pradesh, India, September 28, 2009, February 24, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Nending Ommo, 2009 年 9 月 29 日, 2013 年 2 月 24 日.

 

Other comments: Apatani is rich in classifier so the counting system largely dependent on the object both in cardinal and ordinal systems. However, here I have just given the basic cardinal numbers. The formations for the tensː 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90 in Apatani are different.

 


                            

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