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Numbers in Anutan

How to count in Anutan (Te Taranga Pakaanuta), a Polynesian language spoken on Anuta, one of the Solomon Islands.

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East Futuana numbers

Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 tai
2 rua
3 toru
4 pa
5 nima
6 ono
7 pitu
8 varu
9 iva
10 puangapuru
11 puangapuru maa tai
12 puangapuru maa rua
13 puangapuru maa toru
14 puangapuru maa pa
15 puangapuru maa nima
16 puangapuru maa ono
17 puangapuru maa pitu
18 puangapuru maa varu
19 puangapuru maa iva
20 pua rua
21 pua rua maa tai
22 pua rua maa rua
23 pua rua maa toru
24 pua rua maa pa
25 pua rua maa nima
26 pua rua maa ono
27 pua rua maa pitu
28 pua rua maa varu
29 pua rua maa iva
30 pua toru
40 pua pa
50 pua nima
60 pua ono
70 pua pitu
80 pua varu
90 pua iva
100 pua te rau
101 pua te rau maa tai
200 pua te rau e rua
300 pua te rau e toru
400 pua te rau e pa
500 pua te rau e nima
600 pua te rau e ono
700 pua te rau e pitu
800 pua te rau e varu
900 pua te rau e iva
1,000 (te) (e) ape
10,000 (te) (e) mano

Links

Information about counting in Anutan
http://www.anuta.koumbit.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/The_Anutan_Language_Reconsidered_Lexicon-1.pdf

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Information about Anutan | Numbers

Numbers in Polynesian languages

Anutan, Futunan, Hawaiian, Kapingamarangi, Māori, Niuafoʻou, Niuean, Nukuoro, Pukapukan, Rapa Nui, Rarotongan, Rennellese, Samoan, Sikaiana, Tahitian, Tokelauan, Tuvaluan, Wallisian

Numbers in other languages

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