Language name and location: Falam Chin, Myanmar [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区法兰钦语, 缅甸

 

1. paˈkʰat

21.  kǔll̥ʷân kʰat

2. pan̥iʡ

22.  kǔll̥ʷân n̥iʡ

3. patʰǔːm

23.  kǔll̥ʷân tʰǔːm

4. palǐː

24.  kǔll̥ʷân lǐː

5. paŋǎː

25.  kǔll̥ʷân ŋǎː

6. paruk 

26.  kǔll̥ʷân ruk

7. pasariʡ  

27.  kǔll̥ʷân sariʡ

8. parǐât

28.  kǔll̥ʷân rǐât

9. pakʷáː

29.  kǔll̥ʷân kʷáː

10. par̥ǎː 

30.  sɔ̂m tʰǔːm

11. l̥éʸ kʰat

40.  sɔ̂m lǐː

12. l̥éʸ n̥iʡ

50.  sɔ̂m ŋǎː

13. l̥éʸ tʰǔːm

60.  sɔ̂m ruk 

14. l̥éʸ lǐː

70.  sɔ̂m sariʡ

15. l̥éʸ ŋǎː

80.  sɔ̂m rǐât

16. l̥éʸ ruk

90.  sɔ̂m kʷáː 

17. l̥éʸ sariʡ

100. za kʰat

18. l̥éʸ rǐât

200. za n̥iʡ 

19. l̥éʸ kʷáː

1000. tʰɔŋ kʰat

20. kǔl

2000. tʰɔŋ n̥iʡ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Ms. Debbie King, PhD candidate in Linguistics,

University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA. December 30, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Ms. Debbie King, 2009 年 12 月 30 日.

 

Other comments: Fallam Chin has a decimal system. There are four tones in Falam Chinː Low is unmark; High is marked with an acute; Raising with a circumflex [v̂ ] and Failing with a carat [v̌ ]. Please note that the symbol [ʡ] is a voiced epiglottal plosive and there is a single word for ''twenty''.


Language name and location: Falam Chin, Myanmar [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区法兰钦语, 缅甸

 

1. pʌˈkhət

21.  kul hluan khət

2. pʌˈniː

22.  kul hluan niː

3. pʌˈθum

23.  kul hluan θum

4. pʌˈliː

24.  kul hluan liː

5. pʌˈŋaː

25.  kul hluan ŋaː

6. pʌˈruk 

26.  kul hluan ruk

7. pʌˈsariː 

27.  kul hluan sariː

8. pʌˈriat

28.  kul hluan riat

9. pʌˈkuaː

29.  kul hluan kuaː

10. pʌˈhraː 

30.  sɔːm θum

11. hlai khət

40.  sɔːm liː

12. hlai niː

50.  sɔːm ŋaː

13. hlai θum

60.  sɔːm ruk 

14. hlai liː

70.  sɔːm sariː

15. hlai ŋaː

80.  sɔːm riat

16. hlai ruk

90.  sɔːm kuaː

17. hlai sariː

100. zə khət

18. hlai riat

200. zə niː

19. hlai kuaː

1000. θɔːŋ khət

20. kul

2000. θɔːŋ niː

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Kawl Lian Thang, Chin Baptist Church, Yangon, Myanmar, September 18, 1995.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Kawl Lian Thang, 1995 年 9 月 18 日.

 

Other comments: Falam Chin numeral system is similar to that of the other Central Chin languages. The above data did not indicate tones.


                            

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