Language name and locationː Liancheng Hakka, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区连成客家, 中国福建省连城县新泉镇一带

 

1. i35

21.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 i35

2. ŋ11

22.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 ŋ11

3. sa33

23.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 sa33

4. si32

24.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 si32

5. aŋ51

25.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 51

6. tiuʔ5

26.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 tiuʔ5

7. tsʰi35

27.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 tsʰi35

8. pa35

28.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 pa35

9. kiau51

29.  ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5 kiau51

10. ʂʅəʔ5

30.  sa33 ʂʅəʔ5

11. ʂʅəʔ5 i35

40.  si32 ʂʅəʔ5

12. ʂʅəʔ5 ŋ11

50.  aŋ51 ʂʅəʔ5

13. ʂʅəʔ5 sa33

60.  tiuʔ5 ʂʅəʔ5

14. ʂʅəʔ5 si32

70.  tsʰi35 ʂʅəʔ5

15. ʂʅəʔ5 51

80.  pa35 ʂʅəʔ5

16. ʂʅəʔ5 tiuʔ5

90.  kiau51 ʂʅəʔ5

17. ʂʅəʔ5 tsʰi35

100. i35 pu35

18. ʂʅəʔ5 pa35

200. tia51 pu35

19. ʂʅəʔ5 kiau51

1000. i35 tsʰie33

20. ŋ11 ʂʅəʔ5

2000. tia51 tsʰie33

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Xiang Mengbing, University of Beijing, Beijing, China, March 20, 2006

供资料的语言学家: 项梦冰教授(北京大学 ), 2006 年 3 月 20 日.

 

Other comments: Liancheng Hakka is spoken by about 70,000 people in Xinquan

Township in western Fujian's Liancheng County. In Liancheng Hakka, the numeral 'two' has two forms used in different positions. Liancheng Hakka numeral 'five' is very different from Sinitic languages. Liancheng Hakka is not mutually intelligible with other Hakka languages.


                            

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