Language name and locationː Puxian Min, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区闽语莆仙话, 中国

 

1. ɬoʔ4

21.  li41 21

2. nŋ11

22.  li41 li11

3. ɬɒ̃533

23.  li41 ɬɒ̃533

4. ɬi41

24.  li41 ɬi41

5. ŋou11

25.  li11 ŋou11

6. laʔ4

26.  li41 laʔ4

7. tsʰiʔ21

27.  li41 tsʰiʔ21

8. pe11

28.  li41 pe11

9. kau453

29.  li533 kau453

10. ɬe24

30.  ɬɒ̃11 leʔ4

11. ɬe24 21

40.  ɬi533 leʔ4

12. ɬe24 li11

50.  ŋou11 leʔ4

13. ɬe24 ɬɒ̃533

60.  laʔ21 leʔ4

14. ɬe24 ɬi41

70.  tsʰiʔ4 leʔ4

15. ɬe24 ŋou242

80.  pe4 leʔ4

16. ɬe24 laʔ4

90.  kau11 leʔ4

17. ɬe24 tsʰiʔ21

100. ɬoʔ4 pa11

18. ɬe24 pe11

200. nŋ11 ma11

19. ɬe24 kau453

1000. ɬoʔ4 tsʰĩ533

20. li11 lɛʔ4

2000. nŋ11 tsʰĩ533

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Cai Guomei, Fujian Teacher's University, Fuzhou, Fujian, China, March 9, 2006.

供资料的语言学家: 蔡国美博士(福州师范大学 ), 2006 年 3 月 9 日.

 

Other comments: Puxian is not mutually intelligible with Minnan and Mindong. Puxian numbers 'one' and 'two' have two forms used in different positions. The numeral 'ten' also changes 'lɛʔ4' in 20 to 90, the 'hundred' changes to 'ma11'in 200. The tone values in compound numerals and tens changed.


                            

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