Arosi numbers

How to count in Arosi, a Southeast Solomonic language spoken on Makira Island in Makira-Ulawa Province in the Solomon Islands.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 e ta'ai, e ta'i, e ta
2 e rua
3 e oru
4 e hai
5 e rima
6 e ono
7 e biu
8 e waru
9 e seiva, e siwa
10 tangahuru
11 e ta'i tangahuru mana e ta'i
12 e ta'i tangahuru mana rua
13 e ta'i tangahuru mana oru
14 e ta'i tangahuru mana hai
15 e ta'i tangahuru mana rima
16 e ta'i tangahuru mana ono
17 e ta'i tangahuru mana biu
18 e ta'i tangahuru mana waru
19 e ta'i tangahuru mana seiva
20 e rua tangahuru
21 e rua tangahuru mana e rua
22 e rua tangahuru mana rua
23 e rua tangahuru mana oru
24 e rua tangahuru mana hai
25 e rua tangahuru mana rima
26 e rua tangahuru mana ono
27 e rua tangahuru mana biu
28 e rua tangahuru mana waru
29 e rua tangahuru mana seiva
30 e oru tangahuru
40 e hai tangahuru
50 e rima tangahuru
60 e ono tangahuru
70 e biu tangahuru
80 e waru tangahuru
90 e seiva tangahuru, e siwa tangahuru
100 tangarau
1,000 meru

Information about counting in Arosi

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arosi_language#Numerals
https://www.jstor.org/stable/20702384
https://lingweb.eva.mpg.de/channumerals/Arosi.htm

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Information about Arosi | Numbers

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