Language name and locationː Hiligaynon, Philippines [Refer to: Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区希利盖农语, 菲律宾中部米沙鄢群岛

 

1. i'sa

21.  bente uno

2. du'ha

22.  bente dos

3. 'tatlo

23.  bente tres

4. 'apat

24.  bente kwatro

5. li'ma

25.  bente siŋko

6. ʔanom

26.  bente sais

7. pi'to

27.  bente siyeti

8. wa'lo

28.  bente otso

9. si'yam

29.  bente nuwebi

10. na'puloʔ

30.  traenta

11. onse < Spanish

40.  kwarenta

12. dose

50.  siŋkwenta  

13. trese

60.  sesenta 

14. katorse

70.  setenta

15. kinse

80.  otsenta

16. dyis i sais

90.  nobenta

17. dyis i siyeti

100.  i'sa ka ɡatos

18. dyis i otso

200. du'ha ka ɡatos

19. dyis i nuwebi

1000. i'sa ka 'libo

20. bente

2000. du'ha ka 'libo

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Rence Law, SIL International, March 1, 2013.

Informant: Ms. Senia Onas (68 years old).

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Rence Law. 2013 年 3 月 1 日.

 

Other comments: Hiligaynon or Ilonggo numbers beyond ten have been replaced by Spanish numbers. There are obsolete Hiligaynon numbers after 10, However Hiligaynon speakers would never really use the native Hiligaynon words for above 10. The Ilongo lady who is one of my best friends, Senia Onas (68 years old), and she read the numbers for me.


Language name and locationː Hiligaynon, Philippines [Refer to: Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区希利盖农语, 菲律宾中部米沙鄢群岛

 

1. i'sa

21.  du'ha ka 'pulo i'sa/ benti uno

2. du'ha

22.  du'ha ka 'pulo du'ha/ benti dos

3. 'tatlo

23.  du'ha ka 'pulo 'tatlo / benti tris

4. 'apat

24.  du'ha ka 'pulo 'apat/ benti kwatro

5. li'ma

25.  du'ha ka 'pulo li'ma / benti siŋko

6. ʔanom

26.  du'ha ka 'pulo ʔanom/ benti sais

7. pi'to

27.  du'ha ka 'pulo pi'to / benti syiti

8. wa'lo

28.  du'ha ka 'pulo wa'lo / benti otso

9. si'yam

29.  du'ha ka 'pulo si'yam / benti nuwibi

10. na'puloʔ

30.  trainta

11. na'puloʔ ka i'sa , onsi < Spanish

40.  kwarinta

12. na'puloʔ ka du'ha, dosi

50.  siŋkwenta  

13. na'puloʔ ka 'tatlo, tresi

60.  sesenta 

14. na'puloʔ ka 'apat, katorsi

70.  setenta

15. na'puloʔ ka li'ma, kinsi

80.  otsenta

16. na'puloʔ ka ʔanom, dyisisais

90.  nobenta

17. na'puloʔ ka pi'to, dyisisyiti

100.  i'sa ka ɡatos * / sien

18. na'puloʔ ka wa'lo, dyisiotso

200. du'ha ka ɡatos / dos sientos

19. na'puloʔ ka si'yam, dyisinuwibi

1000. i'sa ka 'libo / mil

20. du'ha ka 'pulo, benti

2000. du'ha ka 'libo / dos mil   

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. David Zorc, Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1988.

Checked by Mr. Kermit Titrud (SIL), February 26, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. David Zorc. 1988 年

 

Other comments: Hiligaynon or Ilonggo numbers beyond ten have been replaced by Spanish numbers. There are obsolete Hiligaynon numbers after 10, However Hiligaynon speakers would never really use the native Hiligaynon words for above 10. They naturally would either use Spanish or English.


                            

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