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

言名称和分布地区哈卡钦语, 缅甸

 

1. pakʰǎt

21.  pakʊ̌l le pakʰǎt

2. pan̥ǐʡ

22.  pakʊ̌l le pan̥ǐʡ

3. patʰʊ̌ːm

23.  pakʊ̌l le patʰʊ̌ːm

4. palǐː

24.  pakʊ̌l le palǐː

5. paŋǎː

25.  pakʊ̌l le paŋǎː

6. parʊ̌k 

26.  pakʊ̌l le parʊ̌k 

7. pasariʡ

27.  pakʊ̌l le pasariʡ

8. pariǎt

28.  pakʊ̌l le pariǎt

9. pakʷǎː

29.  pakʊ̌l le pakʷǎː

10. par̥ǎː 

30.  sɔ̂m tʰʊ̌ːm

11. pal̥ei kʰǎt

40.  sɔ̂m lǐː

12. pal̥ei n̥ǐʡ

50.  sɔ̂m ŋǎː

13. pal̥ei tʰʊ̌ːm

60.  sɔ̂m rʊ̌k 

14. pal̥ei lǐː

70.  sɔ̂m sariʡ

15. pal̥ei ŋǎː

80.  sɔ̂m riǎt

16. pal̥ei rʊ̌k 

90.  sɔ̂m kʷǎː

17. pal̥ei sariʡ

100. zâkʰǎt

18. pal̥ei riǎt

200. zân̥ǐʡ

19. pal̥ei kʷǎː

1000. tʰɔ̂ŋ kʰǎt

20. pakʊ̌l

2000. tʰɔ̂ŋ n̥ǐʡ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Ms. Debbie King, PhD candidate, Department of Linguistics, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA. November 7, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Ms. Debbie King, 2009 年 11 月 7 日.

 

Other comments: Haka Chine numerals are nearly identical to Bawm Chin. Please note that the symbol [ʡ] is a voiced epiglottal plosive.


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

言名称和分布地区哈卡钦语, 缅甸

 

1. pakhat

21.  kul le khat

2. pahnih

22.  kul le hnih

3. pathum

23.  kul le thum

4. pali

24.  kul le li

5. panga

25.  kul le ngaː

6. paruk 

26.  kul le ruk

7. pasarih 

27.  kul le sarih

8. pariat

28.  kul le riat

9. pakua

29.  kul le kua

10. pahra 

30.  sawm thum

11. hlei khat̞

40.  sawm li

12. hlei hnih

50.  sawm nga

13. hlei thum

60.  sawm ruk 

14. hlei li

70.  sawm sarih

15. hlei nga

80.  sawm riat

16. hlei ruk 

90.  sawm kua

17. hlei sarih

100. za khat

18. hlei riat

200. za hnih

19. hlei kua

1000.thawng khat

20. kul

2000. thawng hnih / thwang hra

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Hre Kio, Bible Translation Consultant, United Bible Society (Asia-Pacific), June 19, 1995.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Hre Kio , 1995 年 6 月 19 日.

 

Other comments: Haka Chin has a decimal system nearly identical to that of Bawm Chin. The above data was written in orthographic spellings, Haka Chin is a tonal language, but the data did not indicate tones.


                            

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