Language name and location: Bilua, Solomon Islands [Refer toː Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区比卢亚语, 所罗门群岛

 

1. ɔmaⁿdeu

21.  karabete ɔmaⁿdeu

2. ɔmuᵑɡa

22.  karabete ɔmuᵑɡa

3. zouke

23.  karabete zouke

4. ariku

24.  karabete ariku

5. sike

25.  karabete sike

6. varimuⁿɟa

26.  karabete varimuⁿɟa

7. sikeura  ( 5 + 2 ? )

27.  karabete sikeura

8. siotolu   ( 5 + 3 ? )

28.  karabete siotolu

9. siakava  ( 5 + 4 ? )

29.  karabete siakava 

10. toni

30.  zouke toni

11. toni ɔmaⁿdeu

40.  ariku toni

12. toni ɔmuᵑɡa

50.  sike toni

13. toni zouke

60.  varimuⁿɟa toni

14. toni ariku

70.  sikeura toni

15. toni sike

80.  siotolu toni

16. toni varimuⁿɟa

90.  siakava toni

17. toni sikeura

100. ɔmaⁿdeu paizana

18. toni siotolu

200. ɔmuᵑɡa paizana

19. toni siakava 

1000. ɔmaⁿdeu vurɔ

20. karabete ( borrow from Choiseul )

2000. ɔmuᵑɡa vurɔ

  

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Phil Pike, Summer Institute of Linguistics, Solomon Islands, September 17, 1995

提供资的语言: Dr. Phil Pike, 1995 年 9 月 17 日.

 

Other comments: Bilua has a decimal system of counting. The numbers 7 to 9 might be

etymologically analyzed as 5 plus ? The number '20' is a loanword from a nearby Austronesian spoken on Choiseul island.


                            

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