Language name and location: Raji (Rawati), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区拉吉语, 印度

 

1. da:

21.  ɛkis

2. nʰi

22.  bais

3. kʰũŋ / sũŋ

23.  teis

4. pãɾi

24.  cõbiʃe [ t͡sõbiʃe]

5. pŋa

25.  pacciʰ [ pat͡st͡sːiʰ]

6. turke

26.  cʰabiʃe[ t͡ʃʰabiʃe]

7. kʰatt

27.  hattəis

8. aʈʰa   < Indo-Aryan

28.  aʈʰəis

9. nau

29.  untis

10. das

30.  tīʃe

11. iya:r

40.  caliʃe [ t͡saliʃe]

12. ba:r

50.  pacaʃe[pat͡saʃe]

13. ter

60.  saʈʰe

14. cõtʰ [ t͡sõtʰ]

70.  sattre

15. pandrə

80.  aʃi

16. sol

90.  nəbbe

17. satrə

100. da: hɛ̃

18. aʈʰrə

200. nʰi hɛ̃

19. unise

1000. daː həd͡ʒar

20. biʃe

2000. nʰi həd͡ʒar

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Kavita Rastogi, Department of Linguistics, Lucknow University, Uttar Pradesh, India, February 2, 2006, February 24, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Kavita Rastogi, 2006 年 2 月 2 日, 2013 年 2 月 24 日.

 

Other comments: Raji still preserved numerals 1 to 7 of Tibeto-Burman origin, after seven, they borrow numerals from Kumauni, an Indo-Aryan language with phonetic modifications. Higher numbers 100, 200, 1000 and 2000 are mixed with indigenous terms with Indic loans. Note that the present form of Raji is toneless.


                            

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