Language name and locationː Kado (Kadu), Myanmar, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区:卡杜语, 缅甸, 中国

 

1. tɛn²

21.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²tɛn²na³

2. kəliŋ³

22.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²kəliŋ⁵tin⁵

3. sʰun⁵

23.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²sʰun⁵tin²

4. pi⁵

24.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²pi⁵tin²

5. ha²

25.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²ha²tin²

6. huk³

26.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²huk³tin²

7. sip³  

27.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²sip³tin²

8. pɛt² 

28.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²pɛt²tin²

9. kou³

29.  sʰɔŋ⁵nu²kou²tin²

10. nu² 

30.  sʰam³ʃi²

11. ʃip⁵nu⁵tɛn²na³

40.  ʃi⁵sip⁵

12. ʃip⁵nu⁵kəliŋ⁵tin⁵

50.  ha²ʃiʔ⁵

13. ʃip⁵nu⁵sʰun⁵tin²

60.  huk³ʃiʔ³

14. ʃip⁵nu⁵pi⁵tin²

70.  sip³ʃi³

15. ʃip⁵nu⁵ha²tin²

80.  pɛt²ʃi³

16. ʃip⁵nu⁵huk³tin²

90.  kou²ʃi³

17. ʃip⁵nu⁵sip³tin²

100. pak⁵nu²

18. ʃip⁵nu⁵pɛt²tin²

200. sʰɔŋ²

19. ʃip⁵nu⁵kou²tin²

1000. sʰauk³nu⁵

20. sʰɔŋ⁵nu²

2000. sʰɔŋ²sʰauk³

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. David Sangdong, PhD Student of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia. December 8, 2008.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. David Sangdong, 2008 年 12 月 8 日.

 

Other comments: Although the Kadu language is no related to Tai languages, Kadu use Shan / Tai counting systems. Like Kanan in practical they use one to ten in their daily conversation, however when it comes to eleven or more counting the Kadu use Burmese counting. The data were taken from Settaw village, Banmauk Township, Sagaing Division, Myanmar. Tone transcriptionsː 5 high, 3 mid and 2 low.


Language name and location: Kanan (Ganan), Myanmar, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: , 缅甸, 中国

 

1. nuŋ²

21.  sʰɔ⁵wan³

2. sʰɔŋ³

22.  sʰɔ⁵sɔŋ³

3. sʰam³

23.  sʰɔ⁵sam³

4. ʃi³

24.  sʰɔ⁵ʃi³

5. ha²

25.  sʰɔ⁵ha³

6. huk⁵

26.  sʰɔ⁵huk⁵

7. sip⁵  

27.  sʰɔ⁵sip⁵

8. pɛt² 

28.  sʰɔ⁵pɛt⁵

9. kɔ²

29.  sʰɔ⁵kɔ²

10. ʃip⁵nuŋ² 

30.  sam³ʃip⁵

11. ʃip⁵wan³

40.  ʃi³ʃip⁵

12. ʃip⁵sɔŋ³

50.  ha²ʃip⁵

13. ʃip⁵sam³

60.  huk⁵ʃip⁵

14. ʃip⁵ʃi⁵

70.  sip⁵ʃip⁵

15. ʃip⁵kʰa²

80.  pɛt²ʃip⁵

16. ʃip⁵huk⁵

90.  kɔ²ʃip⁵

17. ʃip⁵sip⁵

100. pak⁵nuŋ²¹

18. ʃip⁵pɛt⁵

200. sɔŋ³pak⁵

19. ʃip⁵kɔ²

1000. sip⁵pak⁵

20. sʰɔ⁵nuŋ²

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. David Sangdong, PhD Student of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia. December 8, 2008.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. David Sangdong, 2008 年 12 月 8 日.

 

Other comments: Although the Kanan language is no related to Tai languages, Kanan use Shan/Tai counting systems. I couldn't find (no one knows now) whether they had they own counting system in the past. My language informants couldn't find the word for 2000. Although they could provide the above counting, today, in particle they use one to ten only. When it comes to eleven and more, many Kanan now use Burmese counting system. The data were taken from Namza village, Banmauk Township, Sagaing Division, Myanmar. It is unknown the Kanan and Kadu are dialects of a single language or two closed related languages. Tone transcriptions. 5 high, 3 mid and 2 low.

                            


 

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