Language name and location: Wu (Wenzhou), China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区温州话, 中国温州地 

 

1. iai7

21.  ȵi6 iai7

2. ŋ̩6

22.  ȵi6 ŋ̩6

3. sa1

23.  ȵi6 sa1

4. sɿ5

24.  ȵi6 sɿ5

5. ŋ̩4

25.  ȵi6 ŋ̩4

6. lɤu8

26.  ȵi6 lɤu8

7. tsʰai7

27.  ȵi6 tsʰai7

8. po7

28.  ȵi6 po7

9. tɕiau3

29.  ȵi6 tɕiau3

10. zai8

30.  sa1 zai8

11. zai8 iai7

40.  sɿ5 zai8

12. zai8 ŋ̩6

50.  ŋ̩4 zai8

13. zai8 sa1

60.  lɤu8 zai8

14. zai8 sɿ5

70.  tsʰai7 zai8

15. zai8 ŋ̩4

80.  po7 zai8

16. zai8 lɤu8

90.  tɕiau3 zai8

17. zai8 tsʰai7

100. i7 pa7

18. zai8 po7

200. liɛ̞4 pa7

19. zai8 tɕiau3

1000. i7 tɕʰi1

20. ȵi6

2000. liɛ̞4 tɕʰi1

 

Linguist providing data and date: Prof. You Rujie, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, March 3 2006.

供资料的语言学家: 游汝杰教授 (上海复旦大), 2006 年 3 月 3 日.

 

Other comments: In Wenzhou Wu, the numerals 'one' and 'two' have two forms respectively, they are used in different positions.  Also, the form of numbers 'two' and 'five' are same, but the tone values are different. Wenzhou has a very complicated sound system and is unintelligible with Shanghainese.


                            

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