Language name and locationː Cofán, Colombia, Ecuador [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区科梵语, 哥伦比亚, 厄瓜多尔

 

1. 'fʷɛ /  'fʷɛʔ.kʰo

21. 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'fʷɛʔ.kʰo 'paʔ.kʰo

2. 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡi / 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ.kʰo

22.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡi 'paʔ.kʰo

3. kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛ / kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛʔ.kʰo

23.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛ 'paʔ.kʰo

4. kʰa.tʰu.'fa.ji / kʰa.tʰu.'fa.jiʔ.kʰo

24.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰa.tʰu.'fa.ji 'paʔ.kʰo

5. 'fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ / fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ.kʰo

25.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

6. kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji(ʔkʰo)

26.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji 'paʔ.kʰo

7. kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ.kʰo

27.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k. 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

8. kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛʔ.kʰo

28.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k. kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛʔ'paʔ.kʰo

9. kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji kʰa.tʰu.'fa.jiʔ.kʰo

29.  kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k.kʰa.tʰu.'fa.jiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

10. ti.wɛ.'paʔ.kʰo / ti.wɛ.'pa.tsʰi

30.  kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

11. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'fʷɛʔ.kʰo 'paʔ.kʰo  *

40.  kʰa.tʰu.'fa.ji tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

12. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡi 'paʔ.kʰo

50.  'fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

13. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛ 'paʔ.kʰo

60.  kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

14. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰa.tʰu.'fa.ji 'paʔ.kʰo

70.  kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji 'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ.kʰo tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

15. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa 'fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

80.  kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji kʰʷã.ni tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

16. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji 'paʔ.kʰo

90.  kʰa.fai'sɛ.ji kʰa.tʰu.'fa.jiʔ tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa

17. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k.'kʰʷã.ŋ͡ɡiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

100. cien

18. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k. kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

200. doscientos

19. tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa k.kʰa.tʰu.'fa.jiʔ 'paʔ.kʰo

1000. mil < Spanish

20. tsɨ.tʰɛ.'paʔ.kʰo / tsɨ.tʰɛ.'pa.tsʰi

2000. dos mil

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Drs. Rafael Fischer, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 10, 2008.

Reference sourceː M. Bob Borman, SIL-Ecuador, 1990

供资料的语言学家: Drs. Rafael Fischer, 2008 年 9 月 10 日

 

Other comments: Cofán has a traditional base-five counting system. The forms given above are hardly used, elicited forms. With the exceptions of 1, 2 and sometimes 3. Counting in Cofán is done with the Spanish numerals. The phrase for the number 10 'ti.wɛ.'paʔ.kʰo' is also occasionally used. The word 'tʃu.ŋ͡ɡa' for 10 comes from Quechua, but is rarely used anymore. All the numbers can be expressed with and without the nominalizer 'ʔ.kʰo'. The number 3 'kʰʷã.ni.'fʷɛ' means 'two-on-NR; Number 5 ''fʷɛ.fa.jiʔ' means 'that which is on just one just'; Number 6 means 'that which is on the other side'; Number 7 means ' that second thing that is on the other side'; Number 8 means 'that third thing is on the other side'; number 9 means 'that fourth thing that is on the other side'; Number 10 means' all hands' and number 20 means 'all feet'.


 

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