Language name and locationː Yucuna, Colombia [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区尤库纳语, 哥伦比亚

 

1. pajluwa      

2. iyamá

3. weji kele (litː ''kele means 'this'')

4. paʔú kele

5. pajluwa teʔla kele

6. pajluwa kuwaʔta kele

7. iyamá kuwaʔta kele 

8. weji kele kuwaʔta kele

9. paʔú kele kuwaʔta kele

10. iyamá teʔla kele

11. pajluwa rijñaʔa riʔimá nakojé (kele)    

12. iyamá kele rijñaʔa riʔimá nakojé

13. weji kele rijñaʔa riʔimá nakojé

14. paʔú kele rijñaʔa riʔimá nakojé

15. paxluwa teʔla kele rijñaʔá riʔimá nakojé

16. pajluwa kuwaʔta kele rijñaʔá riʔimá nakojé  

17. iyamá kuwaʔta kele rijñaʔá riʔimá nakojé

18. weji kele kuwaʔta kele rijñaʔá riʔimá nakojé  

19. paʔú kele kuwaʔta kele rijñaʔá riʔimá nakojé

20. pajluwaja inaʔuké leʔjé kele (litː ''as many as one person has'')

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Laurent Fontaine (Denteur en Anthropologie),

LaCiTo (Langues et civilisations à tradition orale) Paris, France, April 24, 2015.

Websiteː  http://site.laurentfontaine.free.fr/Presentation.html

提供资的语言: Mr. Laurent Fontaine, 2014 年 4 月 24 日.

 

Other comments: Yucuna has traditional counting based on 20, they can count up to 2000 by this way. 21 to 29 areː 21. pajluwaja rijñaʔa apú leʔjé nakojé (kele),

22. iyamá rijñaʔa apú leʔjé nakojé (kele), 29. paʔú kele kuwaʔta kele rijñaʔá apú leʔjé nakojé, 30. iyamá teʔla kele rijñaʔá apú leʔjé nakojé, 40. iyamá inaʔuké leʔjé kele,

50. iyamá teʔla kele rijñaʔá wiji kele leʔjé nakojé, 60. weji kele inaʔuké leʔjé kele,

70. iyamá teʔla kele rijñaʔá paʔú kele leʔjé nakojé,  80. paʔú kele inaʔuké leʔjé kele,

90. iyamá teʔla kele rijñaʔá pajluwa teʔla kele leʔjé nakojé,

100. pajluwa teʔla kele inaʔuké leʔjé kele, 200. iyamá teʔla kele inaʔuké leʔjé kele,

1000. pajluwa inaʔuké leʔjé námanare, 2000. iyamá inaʔuké leʔjé námanare

Note that the following differences between traditional phonetic symbols and IPA transcriptionsː

1. 'j' = IPA [x], 2. ' = IPA [ʔ], 3. ñ = IPA [ɲ], á as in 'iyamá' is a stressed mark.


Language name and locationː Yucuna, Colombia [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区尤库纳语, 哥伦比亚

 

1. paxluwa      

2. iyamá

3. wixi kele (litː ''kele means 'this'') *

4. paʔu kele

5. paxluwa téʔela kele (litː ''yáteʔelaxi'' = hand, unpossesive form )

6. paxluwa kuwáʔata kele (litː ''kuwáʔakaxe'' = 'verb to cross over' )

7. iyamá kuwáʔata kele 

8. wixi ke kuwáʔata kele 

9. paʔu ke kuwáʔata kele 

10. iyama téʔela kele

11. paxluwa ipʰata xiʔimá nakoxé kele *    

12. iyamá ke ipʰata xiʔimá nakoxé

13. wixi ke ipʰata xiʔimá nakoxé

14. paʔu ke ipʰata xiʔimá nakoxé 

15. paxluwa téʔela ke ipʰata jiʔimá nakoxé 

16. paxluwa kuwáʔata ke ipʰata jiʔimá nakoxé

17. iyamá kuwáʔata ke ipʰata jiʔimá nakoxé

18. wixi ke kuwáʔata ke ipʰata jiʔimá nakoxé 

19. paʔu ke kuwáʔata ke ipʰata jiʔimá nakoxé 

20. paxluwa inaʔuké leʔexé kele (litː ''as many as one person has'')

100. paxluwa teʔela inaʔuké leʔexé kele (litː ''as many as five people has'')      

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mrs. Junia Schauer, SIL International, USA, April 2, 2009.

提供资的语言: Mrs. Junia Schauer, 2009 年 4 月 2 日.

 

Other comments: Yucuna has traditional counting based on 20, they can count up to 100 by this way. Note that the words 'wexi kele' in number three; 'wexi is the Yucuna word for a baked clay prop for placing undernearth cooking pots. There are used, sometime they'll substitute a stone; 'kele' means 'this'. There are no tones in Yucuna, only accent with the same rule as in Spanish which means when the accent falls on the second to last syllable it is not marked. Please note that the traditional phonetic symbol 'j' is = IPA [x].


 

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