Language name and location: Eastern Magar (Tanahu), Nepal [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区东部马加尔, 尼泊尔

 

1. kat

21.  bis (rʌ) kat

2. niʃ ~ nɦisŋ

22.  bis (rʌ) nɦis

3. som

23.  kat bise som

4. car  < Nepali

24.  kat bise car

5. pãc

25.  kat bise pãc

6. cã

26.  kat bise cã

7. sat

27.  kat bise sat

8. ath

28.  kat bise ath

9. nãũ

29.  kat bise nãũ 

10. dʌs

30.  bis dʌs

11. dʌs rʌ kat

40.  nɦis bis ( 2 x 20 )

12. dʌs rʌ nɦis

50.  nɦis bis dʌs

13. dʌs rʌ som

60.  som bise ( 3 x 20 )

14. dʌs rʌ car

70.  som bise dʌs

15. dʌs rʌ pãc

80.  car bis ( 4 x 20 )

16. dʌs rʌ cã

90.  car bise dʌ

17. dʌs rʌ sat

100. kat saye < Nepali

18. dʌs rʌ ath

200. nɦis saye

19. dʌs rʌ nãũ

1000.hʌjar < Nepali

20. bis

2000. nɦis hʌjar

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Gary Shepherd, Summer Institute of Linguistics, Nepal, April 25, 1996. Additional data (from 4 onward ) provided by Dr. Karen Grunow-Hårsta, Brock University, Ontario, Canada, January 8, 2007.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Gary Shepherd, 1996 年 4 月 25 日.

 

Other comments: Eastern Magar still retain traditional numerals from 1 to 3. Nowadays, they use a vigesimal system mixing Nepali numerals with indigenous terms.


                            

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