How to count in Anindilyakwa, a Pama-Nyungan language spoken in Goote Eylandt in the Northern Territory of Australia.
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|6||amangbala awilyaba (5 + 1)|
|7||amangbala ambiyuma (5 + 2)|
|8||amangbala abiyakarbiya (5 + 3)|
|9||amangbala abiyarbuwa (5 + 4)|
|16||ememberrkwa amangbala awilyaba|
|17||ememberrkwa amangbala ambiyuma|
|18||ememberrkwa amangbala abiyakarbiya|
|19||ememberrkwa amangbala abiyarbuwa|
Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
Information about counting in Anindilyakwa
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