Numbers in Amis

How to count in Amis (Pangcah), a Formosan language spoken in eastern parts of Taiwan.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 cecay cefang
2 tosa sakatosa
3 tolo sakatolo
4 sepat sakasepat
5 lima sakalima
6 enem sakaenem
7 pito sakapito
8 falo sakafalo
9 siwa sakasiwa
10 polo’ sakapolo’
11 safaw-cecay
12 safaw-tosa
13 safaw-tolo
14 safaw-sepat
15 safaw-lima
16 safaw-enem
17 safaw-pito
18 safaw-falo
19 safaw-siwa
20 tosa-polo’
21 tosapolo’ ira ko cecay
22 tosapolo’ ira ko tosa
23 tosapolo’ ira ko tolo
24 tosapolo’ ira ko sepat
25 tosapolo’ ira ko lima
26 tosapolo’ ira ko enem
27 tosapolo’ ira ko pito
28 tosapolo’ ira ko falo
29 tosapolo’ ira ko siwa
30 tolopolo’
40 sepatpolo’
50 limapolo’
60 enempolo’
70 pitopolo’
80 falopolo’
90 siwapolo’
100 cecaynolo’
1,000 cecaypatek


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Numbers in Formosan languages

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