Language name and locationː Purum Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区普伦那加, 印度

 

1. inkʰat

21.  somnileikʰat

2. ini

22.  somnileini

3. intʰum

23.  somnileitʰum

4. minli

24.  somnileminli

5. raŋa

25.  somnileraŋa

6. kuruk

26.  somnilekuruk

7. sari

27.  somnilesari

8. kiret

28.  somnilekiret

9. ko

29.  somnileko

10. som

30.  somtʰum

11. somleikʰət 

40.  somminli

12. somleini

50.  somraŋa

13. somleitʰum

60.  somruk

14. somleili

70.  somri

15. somleŋa

80.  somret

16. somleruk

90.  somko

17. somlesari

100. rajakʰat, 200.rajaini

18. somlekiret

400. rajaminli, 800. rajakiret

19. somleko

1000. bukkʰat

20. somni

2000. bukini

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Elangbam Manimohon Meitei through Dr. Monali Longmailai, Assistant Professor, Centre for Endangered Languages, Tezpur University, India,  November 8, 2018.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Elangbam Manimohon Meitei and Dr. Monali Longmailai, 2018 年 11 月 8 日.

 

Other comments: Numeral system in Purum follows the decimal counting system. As in other Kuki-Chin languages, compounding is the productive morphological process in forming the higher numerals in this language. Purum is spoken in Kangpokpi District, Manipur, India.


Language name and locationː Purum Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区普伦那加, 印度

 

1. inkʰət

21.  somnilekʰət

2. inni

22.  somnileni

3. intʰum

23.  somniletʰùm

4. minli

24. 

5. rəŋa

25. 

6. kuruk

26. 

7. səri

27. 

8. kiret

28. 

9. ko

29. 

10. som

30.  somthum

11. somlekʰət 

40.  somli

12. somleni

50.  somŋa

13. somletʰum

60.  somruk

14. somleli

70.  somsəri

15. somleŋa

80.  somret

16. somleruk

90.  somku

17. somlesəri

100. rihə

18. somlekiret

200. rihəni

19. somleko

1000. lisiŋ

20. somni

2000. lisiŋni

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Ch. Yashawanta Singh, Manipur University, Imphal, India, January 2, 1993.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Ch. Yashawanta Singh, 1993 年 1 月 2 日.

 

Other comments: Purum numeral system is similar to that of Kom and other Chin languages.


                            

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