Language name and location: Jenjo (Dza), Nigeria [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区建乔(), 尼日利亚东部

 

1. tsɨnɡ

21.  nɡwutsɨnɡ ji tsɨnɡ

2. bwənɡ / bwayunɡ

22. 

3. bwatə

23. 

4. bwanyə

24. 

5. bwahmə

25. 

6. hwĩtsɨnɡ  ( 5+ 1)

26. 

7. hwĩyunɡ  ( 5+ 2)

27. 

8. hwĩtə       ( 5+ 3)

28. 

9. hwĩnyə    ( 5+ 4)

29. 

10. bwahywə

30.  nɡwutsɨnɡ ji hywə

11. bwahywə ji tsɨnɡ

40.  nɡwuyunɡ ( 20 x 2 )

12. bwahywə ji bwənɡ

50.  nɡwuyunɡ

13. bwahywə ji bwatə

60.  nɡwutə   ( 20 x 3 )

14. bwahywə ji bwanyə

70.  nɡwutə ji hywə

15. bwali

80.  nɡwunyə ( 20 x 4 )

16. bwali ji tsɨnɡ (15+ 1)

90.  nɡwunyə

17. bwali ji yunɡ (15+ 2)

100. nɡwunhmə ( 20 x 5 )

18. bwali ji tə     (15+ 3)

200. nɡwuhywə ( 20 x 10 )

19. bwali ji nyə   (15+ 4)

1000. nɡwufe

20. nɡwutsɨnɡ

2000. nɡwuhmə kya nɡwutsɨnɡ

  

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Gareth Mort, Wycliffe Bible Translator, Jos, Nigeria. December 28, 2010. 

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Gareth Mort, 2010 年 12 月 28 日.

 

Other comments: Jenjo or Dza has a quinary-vigesimal system with a single word for 15. 31 is nɡwutsɨnɡ ji hywə kya tsɨnɡ, 35 nɡwutsɨnɡ ji li, 36. nɡwutsɨnɡ ji li kya tsɨnɡ,

50,000 is nɡwuhmə kya nɡwuhmə pu bwahmə. The above data was in orthography spelling. Phonetic symbols in the orthography, which is as follows: Vowels: a ə e ɛ i ɨ o ɔ u (all except e, o have nasalized equivalents). Consonantsː b ch d dz f g gb h j k kp l m n ng ny p s sh t ts v w z zh


                            

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