How to count in Abui (Abui tanga), a Trans-New Guinea language spoken on the Alor Archipelago in East Nusa Tenggara province in eastern Indonesia.
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|Numeral||Cardinal numbers||Ordinal numbers|
|11||karnuku wal nuku|
|12||karnuku wal ayoku|
|13||karnuku wal sua|
|14||karnuku wal buti|
|15||karnuku wal yeting|
|16||karnuku wal talaama|
|17||karnuku wal yetingayoku|
|18||karnuku wal yetingsua|
|19||karnuku wal yetingbuti|
|21||kar-ayoku wal nuku|
|22||kar-ayoku wal ayoku|
|23||kar-ayoku wal sua|
|24||kar-ayoku wal buti|
|25||kar-ayoku wal yeting|
|26||kar-ayoku wal talaama|
|27||kar-ayoku wal yetingayoku|
|28||kar-ayoku wal yetingsua|
|29||kar-ayoku wal yetingbuti|
Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
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