Language name and location: Seke (Tangbe dialect), Nepal [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区塞科, 尼泊尔

 

1. Lki(ː)

21.  Lnisyu  Hcʰakci

2. Lni(ː)

22.  Lnisyu  Hceːni

3. 2som

23.  Lnisyu  Hcʰaksum

4. Lc(ʰ)i(ː)

24.  Lnisyu  Hcʰepsi

5. Lŋa

25.  Lnisyu  Hceːŋa

6. LTu

26.  Lnisyu  HceTTu

7. Hnis

27.  Lnisyu  Hcʰaptin

8. Lpre(ː)

28.  Lnisyu  Hcʰapke

9. Hku

29.  Lnisyu  Hcʰarku

10. Hcyu

30.  Hsomcyu

11. Hcukki

40.  Hsipcyu

12. Hcuŋni

50.  Hŋacyu

13. Hcuksom

60.  LTukcyu

14. Hcuppli

70.  Ltencyu 

15. Hcoŋŋa

80.  Lkyacyu 

16. HciTTu

90.  Lkopcyu

17. Hcinni

100. 3pra

18. Hcoppre

200. Lni(p)pra

19. Hcurku

1000. Htaŋtā Lki(ː)

20. Lnisyu

2000. Htaŋtā Lni(ː)

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Isao Honda, University of Nagoya, Osaka, Japan, May 10, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: 本田伊早夫博士 (日本名古屋短期大学), 2009 年 5 月 10 日.

 

Other comments: Seke has a decimal system similar to that of Thakali. The above data was taken from Tangbe dialect. There are there are 4 tones in Seke (Tangbe), two high (tone 1 and 2) and two low (tone 3 and 4). H stands for a high tone (either tone 1 or tone 2) and L stands for a low tone (either tone 3 or tone 4).


                            

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