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

言名称和分布地区博多, 印度 东北部

 

1. sé

21.  nɯizise

2. nɯí

22.  nɯizinɯi

3. tʰám

22.  nɯizitʰam

4. brɯí

24.  nɯizibrɯi

5. bá

25.  nɯiziba

6. dɔ́

26.  nɯizi

7. sní  

27.  nɯizisni

8. daín

28.  nɯizidain

9. ɡú

29.  nɯiziɡu

10. zí

30.  tʰamzí

11. zíse

40.  brɯizí

12. zínɯi

50.  bazí

13. zítʰám

60.  dɔzí

14. zíbrɯi

70.  snizí

15. zíba

80.  dainzí

16. zídɔ

90.  ɡuzí

17. zísni  

100. zɯusé / sezɯú

18. zídaín

200. nɯizɯú

19. zíɡu

1000. sé rɯ̀za 

20. nɯizí

2000. nɯí rɯ̀za 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Aleendra Brahma, Junior Project Fellow, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati University, Assam, India. June 26, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Aleendra Brahma, 2009 年 6 月 26 日.

 

Other comments: Bodo has a decimal system.


Language name and locationː Bodo, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区博多, 印度 东北部

 

1. -se1

21.  nōy2zi1 se1

2. -nōy1

22.  nōy2zi1 nōy1

3. -tʰam2

22.  nōy2zi1 tʰam2

4. -brōy1 ~ -bri1

24.  nōy2zi1 broy1

5. -ba1

25.  nōy2zi1 ba1

6. -do1 ~ -ro1

26.  nōy2zi1 do1

7. -sni1 ~ -si2ni1

27.  nōy2zi1 sni1

8. -zad1 ~ -daŋ1 ~ -dyan1

28.  nōy2zi1 dyan1

9. -si2kʰo1

29.  nōy2zi1 ɡu1

10. -zi2 ~ -zu2

30.  tʰam2zi1

11. zi2se1

40.  broy2zi1

12. zi2nōy1

50.  ba2zi1

13. zi2tʰam2

60.  do2zi2

14. zi2broy1

70.  sni2zi1

15. zi2ba1

80.  dyan2zi1

16. zi2do1

90.  ɡu2zi1

17. zi2sni1

100. zow2se1

18. zi2dyan1

200. zow2nōy1

19. zi2ɡu1

1000. rō2za2se1  

20. nōy2zi1 ~  kuri  < Assamese

2000. rō2za2nōy1

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Suhnu Ram Sharma , Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune, India, January 7, 1993.

Reference sourceː Pramod C. Bhattacharya, 1977. A Descriptive Analysis of the

Boro Language. Gauhati Univerisity, Assam, India

供资料的语言学家: Prof. Suhnu Ram Sharma, 1993 年 1 月 7 日.

 

Other comments: Bodo has a decimal system. Bodo has four tonesː  high tone (indicated by superscript 1); mid tone (indicated by 2); low tone (indicated by 3),  and four tone or neutral tone (indicated by 0).


                            

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