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

言名称和分布地区昌那加, 印度

 

1. tɕè

21.  sàw tɕè tak tɕè

2. pə́ɲì / ɲî

22.  sàw tɕè tak pə́ɲì / ɲî

3. sɤ̀m

22.  sàw tɕè tak sɤ̀m

4. lɛî

24.  sàw tɕè tak lɛî

5. ŋâw

25.  sàw tɕè tak ŋâw

6. lɐ̂k

26.  sàw tɕè tak lɐ̂k

7. ɲɛ̂t

27.  sàw tɕè tak ɲɛ̂t

8. sɤ̂t

28.  sàw tɕè tak sɤ̂t

9. kɯ̂

29.  sàw tɕè tak kɯ̂

10. ân

30.  kʰù tɕín

11. ântaktɕè

40.  sàw ɲí ( 20 x 2 )

12. ântakpə́ɲì / ɲî

50.  ân tɕín sɤ̀m

13. ântaksɤ̀m

60.  sàw sɤ̀m (20 x 3)

14. ântaklɛî

70.  ân tɕín lɛî

15. ântakŋâw 

80.  sàw lɛî ( 20 x 4)

16. ântaklɐ̂k

90.  ân tɕín ŋáw

17. ântakɲɛ̂t 

100. sàw ŋáw  (20 x 5)

18. ântaksɤ̂t

200. sàw án  300. ŋáw sɤ̀m

19. ântakkɯ̂

1000. ɕóŋ tɕe

20. sàw tɕè ( sàw < Tai language )

2000. ɕóŋ ɲí

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Guillaume Jacques, Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale (CRLAO)-INALCO, Paris, France, September 13, 2008.
供资料的语言学家: Dr. Guillaume Jacques, 2008 年 9 月 13 日.

 

Other comments: Chang Naga has a vigesimal system. The number '20' is a loanword from Khamti (a Tai language). 


Language name and locationː Chang Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区昌那加, 印度

 

1. chie

21.  

2. nyi

22.  

3. sam

22.  

4. lei

24.  

5. ŋau

25.  

6. lak

26.  

7. nyet

27.  

8. sat

28.  

9. ɡuh

29.  

10. an

30.  kujih

11. antakchie

40.  saunyi ( 20 x 2 )

12. antaknyi

50.   

13. antaksam

60.  sausam (20 x 3)

14. antaklei

70.  anchinlei

15. antakŋau

80.  saulei ( 20 x 4)

16. antaklak

90.  anchinŋau

17. antaknyet

100. sauŋau  (20 x 5)

18. antaksat

200.

19. antakɡuh

1000. sau-an-ŋauni ( 20 x 10 x 5)

20. sau < Tai language

2000. haja nyi

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Rev. Benjamin Rai , Translation Centre, The Bible Society of India, Shillong, India, August 11, 1995.

供资料的语言学家: Rev. Benjamin Rai, 1995 年 8 月 11 日.

 

Other comments: Chang Naga has a vigesimal system. The number '20' is a loanword from Khamti (a Tai language). The above data were written in orthographic spellings

and incomplete, new data in phonetic form is needed to be check with the reliability.


                            

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