Language name and locationː Munjian, Afghanistan, Pakistan [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: 蒙贾尼语, 阿富汗, 巴基斯坦

 

1. ju 

21.  lə u ju

2. lə 

22.  lə u lə

3. çrai 

23.  lə u çrai

4. t͡ʃfiɾ 

24.  lə u t͡ʃfiɾ

5. pɔnd͡ʒ

25.  lə u pɔnd͡ʒ

6. ɔxʂə

26.  lə u ɔxʂə

7. ɔvdə

27.  lə u ɔvdə

8. ɔʃcʲə

28.  lə u ɔʃcʲə

9. naw

29.  lə u naw

10. da / sɛfɾ  * 

30.  çɾaj u sɛfɾ

11. ju u ju

40.  t͡ʃfiɾ u sɛfɾ

12. ju u lə

50.  pɔnd͡ʒ u sɛfɾ

13. ju u çrai

60.  ɔxʂə u sɛfɾ

14. ju u t͡ʃfiɾ

70.  ɔvdə u sɛfɾ

15. ju u pɔnd͡ʒ

80.  ɔʃcʲə u sɛfɾ

16. ju u ɔxʂə

90.  naw u sɛfɾ

17. ju u ɔvdə

100. ju u lə sɛfɾ

18. ju u ɔʃcʲə

200. lə u lə sɛfɾ  

19. ju u naw

1000. ju u çɾaj sɛfɾ

20. lə u sɛfɾ

2000. lə u çɾaj sɛfɾ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Paul Williamson, SIL International, April 5, 2012, November 27, 2012.
供资料的语言学家: Mr. Paul Williamson , 2012 年 4 月 5 日, 2012 年 11 月 27 日

 

Other comments: The Munji numbers one through ten are in widespread everyday use

From ten on up, Munji speakers most often use the Dari number system. However, there is also a distinctive Munji number system also in use. They certainly do still use it. On occasion, I have seen them use their own system when when they don’t want Dari speakers to understand what they are saying.

The Munji system works by naming the digits that make up the number. The digits are sererated with the conjunction /u/. The excetion is when zeros are next to each other, then the digits are numbered. Thus 100 is /ju u lə sɛfɾi/[1] and 1000 is /ju u çiraj zɛfɾi/. 

Numbers 10 and Greater

10

ju u sɛfɾ

11

ju u ju

12

ju u lə

13

ju u çrai

14

ju u t͡ʃfiɾ

20

lə u sɛfɾ

25

lə u pɔnd͡ʒ

30

çrai u sɛfɾ

36

çrai u ɔxʂə

40

t͡ʃfiɾ u sɛfɾ

47

t͡ʃfiɾ u avdə

50

pɔnd͡ʒ u sɛfɾ

58

pɔnd͡ʒ u ɔʃcʲə

60

ɔxʂə u sɛfɾ

69

ɔxʂə u naw

100

ju u lə sɛfɾi

101

ju u sɛfɾ u ju

123

ju u lə u çɾai

1000

ju u çraj sɛfɾi

1001

ju u lə sɛfɾi ju

3874

çrai u ɔʃcʲə u avdə u t͡ʃfiɾ

I have not had the opportunity to look at the historical development of this system.  But it would be worth looking into.


Language name and location ː Munjian, Afghanistan, Pakistan [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: 蒙贾尼语, 阿富汗, 巴基斯坦

 

1. yu 

21.  wːistu yu

2. lu 

22.  wiːstu lu

3. ʃiroi 

23.  wiːstu ʃiroi 

4. t͡ʃfur 

24.  wiːstu t͡ʃfur 

5. pond͡ʒ

25.  wiːstu pond͡ʒ

6. oxʃa

26.  wiːstu oxʃa

7. avdʌ

27.  wiːstu avdʌ

8. oʃkya

28.  wisːtu oʃkya

9. no

29.  wiːstu no

10. da

30.  si

11. jozda

40.  t͡ʃihal

12. dwozda

50.  pand͡ʒah

13. siʃdah  

60.  ʃast

14. t͡ʃohardah

70.  haftad

15. panzadah 

80.  haʃtad

16. ʃanzadah

90.  nud

17. haftdah

100. sʌ /sad

18. haʃtdah [haʒdah]

200. dusad

19. nuzdah [nuzdah]

1000.hazar

20. wiːst

2000.du hazar

 

Linguistic sourceː SIL Survey, 1990

 

Other comments: It is not sure if the Munjian still keep their traditional numerals after ten or totally replaced by Persian numerals.


                            

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