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Numbers in Angami

How to count in Angami, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nagaland in the northeast of India .

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 kemerü
1 puo
2 kenie
3 se
4 die
5 pengu
6 sorou
7 thenie
8 thetha
9 thepfü
10 kerü
11 kere puo
12 kere kenie
13 kere se
14 kere die
15 kere pengu
16 kere sorou
17 kere thenie
18 kere thetha
19 kere thepfü
20 mepfü
21 mepfe puo
22 mepfe kenie
23 mepfe se
24 mepfe die
25 mepfe pengu
26 mepfe sorou
27 mepfe thenie
28 mepfe thetha
29 mepfe thepfü
30 serü, sêru
40 hiedie
50 hiepengu
60 hiesorou
70 hiethenie
80 hiethetha
90 hiethepfu
100 krie
110 krie puo di kerü
300 krie se
400 krie die
500 krie pengu
600 krie sorou
700 krie thenie
800 krie thetha
900 krie thepfü
1,000 nyie
1,001 nyie puo di puo
10,000 nyie kerü
half poutie
3/4 za die za se

Source: P.P. Giridhar. अंगामी-अंग्रेजी-हिंदी शब्दकोश . Angami-English-Hindi Dictionary. Central Institute of Indian Languages. Manasagangotri, Mysore – 1987.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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