Language name and location: Phom Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区波姆那加, 印度

 

1. hɨk

21.  hapɨhɨk 

2. ɲì

22.  hapɨɲì

3. cʌm

22.  hapɨcʌm

4. əlì

24.  hapɨəlì

5. ŋà

25.  hapɨŋà  

6. wɔk 

26.  hapɨwɔk  

7. ɲʌt

27.  hapɨɲʌt

8. ʃʌt

28.  hapɨʃʌt

9. ʃɯ̀

29.  hapɨʃɯ̀

10. ʌn

30.  hapɨʌn ( 20 + 10)

11. ʌnpɨhɨk 

40.  piɲɯ̀   ( 20 x 2 )

12. ʌnpɨɲì

50.  piɲɯ̀pɨʌn  

13. ʌnpɨcʌm  

60.  picʌm (20 x 3)

14. ʌnpɨəlì

70.  picʌmpɨʌn

15. ʌnpɨŋà

80.  piəlì   ( 20 x 4)

16. ʌnpɨwɔk  

90.  piəlìpɨʌn

17. ʌnpɨɲʌk

100. kʰɔhɨk

18. ʌnpɨʃʌt

200. kʰɔɲɨ

19. ʌnpɨʃɯ̀

1000. haca hɨk ( haca is an Indic loanword)

20. kokʰa

2000. hacaɲì

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Atiqua Bano through Mr. Losii Heshu. NELD project, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Manasagangori, Mysore, India, August 21, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Atiqua Bano, 2009 年 8 月 21 日.

 

Other comments: Phom Naga has a vigesimal system. There is a loanword ''haca'' from Indo-Aryan ''haja'' for 1000.


Language name and location: Phom Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区波姆那加, 印度

 

1. hük

21.  hapühük

2. nyi

22.  hapünyi

3. jem

22.  hapüjem

4. ali

24.  hapüali

5. nga

25.  hapünga

6. rok 

26.  hapürok 

7. nyet

27.  hapünyet

8. shet

28.  hapüshet

9. shü

29.  hapüshü

10. an

30.  hapü an ( 20 + 10)

11. anpühük

40.  pinnyi ( 20 x 2 )

12. anpünyi

50.  pinnyipü an

13. anpüjem

60.  pejem (20 x 3)

14. anpüali

70.  pejempü an

15. anpünga

80.  bü ali ( 20 x 4)

16. anpürok 

90.  bü alipü an

17. anpünyet

100. kho hük

18. anpüshet

200. khonyi

19. anpüshü

1000. haja hük ( haja is an Indic loanword)

20. kukha

2000. haja nyi

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Rev. Benjamin Rai, Translation Centre, The Bible Society of India, Shillong, India, August 11, 1995.

供资料的语言学家: Rev. Benjamin Rai, 1995 年 8 月 11 日.

 

Other comments: Phom Naga has a vigesimal system. The above data was written in orthographic spellings, updated data in phonetic form is needed to be check with the reliability. Phonetic transcriptionsː  ü = ɨ,  ng = ŋ, n= ɲ,  sh=ʃ,  j = ʒ or dʒ  ???


                            

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