Language name and locationː Wayana, Suriname, Brazil [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区瓦亚纳语, 苏里南, 巴西, 法属圭亚那

 

1. pəkənatpə   ( ë = IPA 'ə' )

2. hakəne

3. əlewuao

4. əhepɪtəhne

5. omome ( litː 'one hand' )

6. kole ( litː 'a lot' )

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Eliane Camargo, Centre d'Etudes des Langues Indigenes d'Amerique (CELIA/CNRS), Paris, France, March 25, 2009.

提供资的语言: Dr. Eliane Camargo, 2009 年 3 月 25 日.

 

Other comments: Wayana only has traditional numerals from one to four. After four

they have a word for five which means 'one hand'. Currently, they prefer to use Maroons, or Saramaccan Creole, an English based Creole, numeral system. Note that the symbols 'ë'=IPA [ə].


 

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