Language name and locationː Sartang, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: 萨尔唐 (Western Sartang dialects 西部方言), 印度

 

1. han

21.   kʰalohan 

2. niʔ

22.   kʰaloniʔ

3. ˀuŋ

23.   kʰaloˀuŋ

4. psi

24.   kʰalopsi

5. kʰu

25.   kʰalokʰu

6. t͡ʃyˀk

26.   kʰalot͡ʃyˀk

7. siʔ (~siˀk)

27.   kʰalosiʔ

8. saɾd͡ʒɛ

28.   kʰalosaɾd͡ʒɛ

9. tʰeky

29.   kʰalotʰeky

10. sõ

30.   kʰalosõ  ( 20 + 10 )

11. sõlohan

40.   kʰaniʔ ( 2 x 20 )

12. sõloniʔ  

50.   kʰaniʔlosõ

13. sõloˀuŋ

60.   kʰaˀuŋ ( 20 x 3)

14. sõlopsi

70.   kʰaˀuŋlosõ

15. sõlokʰu

80.   kʰapsi ( 20 x 4)

16. sõlot͡ʃyˀk

90.   kʰapsilosõ

17. sõlosiʔ

100. d͡ʒohan, d͡ʒo

18. sõmsaɾd͡ʒɛ

200. d͡ʒoniʔ

19. sõtʰeky

1000. toŋtʰa, toŋtʰahan

20. kʰahan ~ kʰohan

2000. toŋtʰaniʔ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Tim Bodt, PhD Student, Himalayan Languages Projects, Bern University, Switzerland,  August 27, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Tim Bodt, 2013 年 8 月 27 日.

 

Other comments: The above data is taken from Khətamji Nyuk [kʰətamd͡ʒi ɲuɁ] and Rəphinji Nyuk [rəpʰind͡ʒi ɲuɁ]two western Sartang dialects of Salari, Khoitam, Rahung and nearby villages, Dirang circle, West Kameng district, Arunachal Pradesh, India. This language has a basic vigesimal system common to Bodish languages. 1-20 only; multiples of one score (twenty). Glottal reinforcement and replacement of syllable-final plosives; nasalized vowels appear to be the result of loss relatively recent loss of syllable-final nasal stops and nasalized vowels might not be distinctive. Numerals above 100 use Bodish loans, including one thousand. Unlike the Sherdukpen dialects, the Sartang dialects use the ablative case marker /-lo/ even in numerals 11-19.


Language name and locationː Sartang, India  [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区: 萨尔唐 ( Eastern Sartang dialects部方言), 印度

 

1. han

21.   kʰalohan 

2. ɲiˀt

22.   kʰaloɲiˀt

3. ˀuŋ

23.   kʰaloˀuŋ 

4. pʰsi

24.   kʰalopʰsi 

5. kʰu

25.   kʰalokʰu

6. t͡ʃyˀk

26.   kʰalot͡ʃyˀk

7. siˀt (~ siˀk)

27.   kʰalosiˀt

8. saɾd͡ʒɛ (~saɾd͡ʒaˀt)

28.   kʰalosaɾd͡ʒɛ 

9. tʰikʰy

29.   kʰalotʰikʰy

10. sõ

30.   kʰalosõ  ( 20 + 10 )

11. sõlohan  

40.   kʰaɲiˀt ( 2 x 20 )

12. sõloɲiˀt

50.   kʰaɲiˀtlosõ 

13. sõloˀuŋ 

60.   kʰaˀuŋ  ( 20 x 3)

14. sõlopʰsi 

70.   kʰaˀuŋlosõ

15. sõlokʰu

80.   kʰapʰsi ( 20 x 4)

16. sõlot͡ʃyˀk

90.   kʰapʰsilosõ  

17. sõlosiˀt

100. d͡ʒohan, d͡ʒo

18. sõmsaɾd͡ʒɛ

200. d͡ʒoɲiˀt

19. sõtʰikʰy

1000. toŋtʰa, toŋtʰahan

20. kʰahan ~ kʰohan

2000. toŋtʰaɲiˀt

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Tim Bodt, PhD Students, Himalayan Languages Projects, Bern University, Switzerland,  August 27, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Tim Bodt, 2013 年 8 月 27 日.

 

Other comments: The above data is taken from Kəshingji Nyuk [kəʃĩŋd͡ʒi ɲuɁ] (a.k.a. Butpa, Boot Monpa) and Khɯnuji Nyuk [kʰɯnud͡ʒi ɲuɁ] two eastern Sartang dialects of Jerigaon and Khoina villages, Nafra circle, West Kameng district, Arunachal Pradesh, India.


                            

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