Language name and location: Tiwa (Lalung), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区提瓦, 印度 东北部

 

1. kitsʰa

21.  ikʰuɾi kitsʰa

2. kiniŋ

22.  ikʰuɾi kiniŋ

3. tʰin  < three up from Assamese

22.  ikʰuɾi tʰin

4. tsʰaɾ

24.  ikʰuɾi tsʰaɾ

5. pʰas

25.  ikʰuɾi pʰas

6. tsʰuj

26.  ikʰuɾi tsʰuj

7. sat 

27.  ikʰuɾi sat

8. ãt

28.  ikʰuɾi ãt

9. nu

29.  ikʰuɾi nu

10. tɔs

30.  ikʰuɾi tɔs    ( 20 + 10)

11. iɡaɾɔ

40.  tikʰuɾi        ( 2 x 20 )

12. baɾɔ

50.  tikʰuɾi tɔs

13. tʰɛɾɔ

60.  tʰin ikʰuɾi   ( 3 x 20 )

14. tsʰuidɔ

70.  tʰin ikʰuɾi tɔs

15. pʰɔndɾɔ

80.  tsʰaɾ ikʰuɾi  ( 4 x 20 )

16. sɔllɔ

90.  tsʰaɾ ikʰuɾi tɔs

17. satʰaɾɔ

100. pʰas kʰuɾi ( 5 x 20 )

18. atʰaɾɔ

200. tɔs kʰuɾi   ( 10 x 20 )

19. unnis

1000. hadʒaɾ < Indic language  

20. ikʰuɾi

2000. ti hadʒaɾ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Ms. Dinee Samal through Mr. Losii Heshu, NELD project, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Manasagangori, Mysore, India, October 2, 2009.

供资料的语言学家:: Ms. Dinee Samal, 2009 年 10 月 2 日.

 

Other comments: Tiw only has 1 (one) and 2 (two) are indigenous numerals and the rest are borrowed from Assamese.


Language name and locationː Tiwa (Lalung), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区提瓦, 印度 东北部

 

1. sa

21.  ikʰuri ek

2. niŋ

22.  ikʰuri dui / ikʰuri di

3. tʰini < Indic language

22.  ikʰuri tini

4. tsari

24.  ikʰuri tsari

5. pʰac

25.  ikʰuri pʰac

6. cʰui

26.  ikʰuri cʰui

7. sat 

27.  ikʰuri sat

8. aʈ

28.  ikʰuri aʈ

9. nu

29.  ikʰuri nu

10. dɔs

30.  ikʰuri dɔs ( 20 + 10)

11. egarɔ

40.  di ikʰuri ( 2 x 20 )

12. barɔ

50.  di ikʰuri dɔs

13. terɔ

60.  tini ikʰuri  ( 3 x 20 )

14. codɔ

70.  tini ikʰuri dɔs

15. pəndrɔ

80.  tsari ikʰuri ( 4 x 20 )

16. solə

90.  tsari ikʰuri dɔs

17. sətrɔ

100. sɔi-cha

18. əʈarɔ

200.

19. unis

1000. həjrɔ  < Indic language  

20. bis

2000. həjar nui

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Suhnu Ram Sharma , Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune, India, January 7, 1993

供资料的语言学家: Prof. Suhnu Ram Sharma, 1993 年 1 月 7 日.

 

Other comments: Tiwa has only two indigenous numerals of Tibeto-Burman origin, after two they borrow Indo-Aryan numeral system, Assamese or Bengali.


                            

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