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

言名称和分布地区拉巴, 印度

 

1. ek / sa *

21.  ekois /  niŋ-tha-sa /niŋ-sa

2. dui / niŋ *

22.  bais / niŋ-tha-niŋ /niŋ-niŋ

3. tin ~ tini / tham  *

23.  teis

4. car ~ cari / cɛsa

24.  chobbis

5. pas / tala

25.  pochis

6. soi / krop 

26.  sabbis

7. sat / siya

27.  asthais

8. at / ɡin

28.  athais

9. noi / biŋ

29.  unthris

10. dos / satha

30.  thris / tham-tha

11. egaro/ satha-sa / sasa

40.  sollis / cɛsa-tha

12. baro / satha-niŋ /sa-niŋ

50.  ponchas / tala-tha

13. tero / satha-tham /sa-tham

60.  sathi / krop-tha

14. suido  / satha-cɛsa

70.  sotur / siya-tha

15. pondoro / satha-tala

80.  asi / ɡin-tha

16. sollo / satha-krop 

90.  nobbe / biŋ-tha

17. sotoro / satha-siya

100. ek so / satha-tha ( 10 x 10) / satha

18. atthâro / atha-ɡin

200. dui so / satha-niŋ

19. unnis / satha-biŋ

1000.ek hajar [hadʒa]

20. bis / niŋ-tha

2000.dui hajar

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Ch. Yashawanta Singh, Manipur University, Imphal, India, January 2, 1993. Dr. U.V. Jose, Don Bosco, Umswai, Assam, India, July 20, 2007.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Ch. Yashawanta Singh, 1993 年 1 月 2 日. Dr. U.V. Jose, 2007 年 7 月 20 日

 

Other comments: According to Dr. U.V. Jose' recent data, the Rabha people has completely adopted Assamese numeral system now. The remnant of the old Rahba numeral system (up to and only up to 3) surfaces in the classifier constructions where native Rahba classifiers are used. Dr. Ch. Yashawanta Singh's old data (second column) had recorded traditional Tibeto-Burman numerals up to 200. Rabha has two tones; High ( marked with accent mark) and Low (unmarked).


                            

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