Language name and locationː Min Bei (Jian'ou), China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区闽北话 (建瓯话), 福建省北部

 

1. tsi42

21.  ni44 (si44) i44

2. niɔŋ42

22.  ni44 (si44) ni44

3. saŋ41

23.  ni44 (si44) saŋ41

4. si33

24.  ni44 (si44) si33

5. ŋu42

25.  ni44 (si44) ŋu42

6. ly42

26.  ni44 (si44) ly42

7. tsʰi24

27.  ni44 (si44) tsʰi24

8. pai21

28.  ni44 (si44) pai21

9. kiu24

29.  ni44 (si44) kiu24

10. si54 / si44 

30.  saŋ41 si44

11. si54 i24

40.  si33 si44

12. si54 ni44

50.  ŋu42 si44

13. si54 saŋ41

60.  ly42 si44

14. si54 si33

70.  tsʰi24 si44

15. si54 ŋu42

80.  pai21 si44

16. si54 ly42

90.  kiu24 si44

17. si54 tsʰi24

100. tsi42 pa24

18. si54 pai21

200. niɔŋ42 pa24

19. si54 kiu24

1000. tsi42 tsʰaiŋ54

20. ni44 si44

2000. niɔŋ42 tsʰaiŋ54

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Pan Weisui, Editorial committee of Jian'ou chorography , Jian'ou city, Fujian, China, March 10, 2006。

供资料的语言学家: 潘渭水教授(建瓯地方志编委会 ), 2006 年 3 月 10 日.

 

Other comments: Jian'ou Min is spoken by two million people in Jian'ou City and nearby areas in northern Fujian Province. In Jian'ou dialect, both numbers 'one' and 'two' have two forms used in different positions.  Jian'ou is not mutually intelligible with other Min languages.


                            

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