Language name and location: Dhimal, Nepal, Bhutan [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区迪马尔, 尼泊尔, 不丹

 

1. eʔ-loŋ (eʔ=one, loŋ=generic
    classifier)

21.  e kuri eloŋ

2. n̤e-loŋ

22.  e kuri n̤eloŋ

3. sum-loŋ

23.  e kuri sumloŋ

4. dja-loŋ

24.  e kuri djaloŋ

5. na-loŋ

25.  e kuri naloŋ

6. tu-loŋ

26.  e kuri tuloŋ

7. n̤iʔ-loŋ

27.  e kuri n̤iʔloŋ

8. jeʔ-loŋ

28.  e kuri jeʔloŋ

9. kwaaha-loŋ

29.  e kuri kwaahaloŋ

10. te-loŋ

30.  e kuri teloŋ ( 20 + 10 )

11. egʰaara < Indo-Aryan / te eʔ  *

40.  n̤e kuri ( 20 x 2 )

12. baara / te nʰe

50.  n̤e kuri teloŋ

13. tera / te sum

60.  sum kuri ( 20 x 3 )

14. chaudʰra / te dia

70.  sum kuri teloŋ

15. pandʰra / te na

80.  dja kuri ( 20 x 4 )

16. sora / te tu

90.  dia kuri teloŋ

17. satra / te nʰi

100. e sai  ( < Nepali sai )

18. atʰaara / te jeʔ

200.  n̤e sai

19. unais / te kwaha

1000. e hadʒaar  ( < Nepali hajaar)

20. e kuri

2000. n̤e hadʒaar

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Karnakhar Khatiwada, Central Department of Linguistics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, March 17, 2014.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Karnakhar Khatiwada, 2014 年 3 月 17 日.

 

Other comments: Dhimal has a vigesimal system. Dhimal is an atonal Tibeto-Burman language which still has traditional numerals from one to ten; after ten, they borrow Nepali numerals mixed with indigenous terms. There also recorded traditional numerals from 11 to 19, but not much used now.


Language name and location: Dhimal, Nepal, Bhutan [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区迪马尔, 尼泊尔, 不丹

 

1. eloŋ

21.  e kuri eloŋ

2. n̤eloŋ

22.  e kuri n̤eloŋ

3. sumloŋ

23.  e kuri sumloŋ

4. djaloŋ

24.  e kuri djaloŋ

5. naloŋ

25.  e kuri naloŋ

6. tuloŋ

26.  e kuri tuloŋ

7. n̤iʔloŋ

27.  e kuri n̤iʔloŋ

8. jeʔloŋ

28.  e kuri jeʔloŋ

9. kohaloŋ

29.  e kuri kohaloŋ

10. teloŋ

30.  e kuri teloŋ ( 20 + 10 )

11. egʰaara < Indo-Aryan language

40.  n̤e kuri ( 20 x 2 )

12. baara

50.  n̤e kuri teloŋ

13. tera

60.  sum kuri ( 20 x 3 )

14. chaudʰra

70.  sum kuri teloŋ

15. pandʰra

80.  dja kuri ( 20 x 4 )

16. sora

90.  dia kuri teloŋ

17. satra

100. e sai  ( < Nepali sai )

18. atʰaara

200.  n̤e sai

19. unais

1000. e hadʒaar  ( < Nepali hajaar)

20. e kuri

2000. n̤e hadʒaar

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. John Timothy King, Clark University, Massachusetts, USA. January 28, 1999.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. John Timothy King, 1999 年 1 月 28 日.

 

Other comments: Dhimal has a vigesimal system. Dhimal is an atonal Tibeto-Burman language which still has traditional numerals from one to ten; after ten, they borrow Nepali numerals mixed with indigenous terms.


 

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