Language name and location: Holon (Milang), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区霍龙 (米朗语), 印度东北部阿鲁纳查尔邦

 

1. akàn

21.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo akàn

2. nɘ̀

22.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo nɘ̀

3. hám

23.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo hám

4. pɘ̀

24.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo pɘ̀

5. paŋú

25.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo paŋú

6. ɕáap

26.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo ɕáap

7. raŋàʎ

27.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo raŋàʎ

8. rayɘ́ŋ

28.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo rayɘ́ŋ

9. kaɲɘ́m

29.  haŋtàk nɘ̀ kalo kaɲɘ́m

10. haŋtàk 

30.  haŋtàk hám

11. haŋtàk kalo akàn *

40.  haŋtàk pɘ̀

12. haŋtàk kalo nɘ̀

50.  haŋtàk paŋú

13. haŋtàk kalo hám

60.  haŋtàk ɕáap

14. haŋtàk kalo pɘ̀

70.  haŋtàk raŋàʎ

15. haŋtàk kalo paŋú

80.  haŋtàk rayɘ́ŋ

16. haŋtàk kalo ɕáap

90.  haŋtàk kaɲɘ́m

17. haŋtàk kalo raŋàʎ

100. lɨŋkò

18. haŋtàk kalo rayɘ́ŋ

200. unattested

19. haŋtàk kalo kaɲɘ́m

1000. unattested

20. haŋtàk nɘ̀

2000. unattested

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Mark W. Post, Department of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia, March 16, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Mark W. Post, 2009 年 3 月 16 日.

 

Other comments: Holon (Milang) has a decimal system different from other Tani languages. For number one, some diaspora speakers use a combining form for higher numerals ɑtɘl, which is a loan from Padam language. Big numbers 200, 1000 and 2000 have not been unattested.


                            

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