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Numbers in Tangam

How to count in Tangam, a Tani language spoken in Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast of India.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 yokon nyapyang
2 yonyi de-lambi
3 yoden yoden-nape
4 yopi yopi-nape
5 yongo yongo-nape
6 yongkung yonkung-nape
7 kene kene-nape
8 pinyi pinyi-nape
9 konang konang-nape
10 aing aing-nape
11 aingngetla-yokon  
12 aingngetla-yonyi  
13 aingngetla-yoden  
14 aingngetla-yopi  
15 aingngetla-yongo  
16 aingngetla-yongkung  
17 aingngetla-kene  
18 aingngetla-pinyi  
19 aingngetla-konang  
20 aing-yonyi  
30 aing-aden  
40 aing-api  
50 aing-akngo  
60 aing-ak-kung  
70 aing-kene  
80 aing-pinyi  
90 aing-konang  
100 lekkon  
200 lenyi  
300 leden  
400 lepi  
1,000 hajan  

Source: Tapoli Badu. Tangam Language Guide. Directorate of Research, Government of Arunchanal Pradesh, Itanagar – 2004.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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