Adaizan numbers

How to count in Adaizan (Tenanat e-Hadeyes), a language isolate that was spoken in northwestern Louisiana in the USA until the 19th century, and which is currently being revived.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 sïk-yeska
1 nâcüs
2 nüs
4 takace
5 sïpakan
6 pakanâcüs
7 pakanüs
8 pakakô
9 sïkenïs
10 nyusne
21 nyusne-kwoskwos-nâcüs
22 nyusne-kwoskwos-nüs
23 nyusne-kwoskwos-kô
24 nyusne-kwoskwos-takace
25 nyusne-kwoskwos-sïpakan
26 nyusne-kwoskwos-pakanâcüs
27 nyusne-kwoskwos-pakanüs
28 nyusne-kwoskwos-pakakô
29 nyusne-kwoskwos-sïkenïs
30 nyusne-kô
40 nyusne-takace
50 nyusne-sïpakan
60 nyusne-pakanâcüs
70 nyusne-pakanüs
80 nyusne-pakakô
90 nyusne-sïkenïs

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