How to count in Atikamekw, which is a variety of Cree, an Algonquian language, and is spoken in southwestern Quebec in Canada.
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|11||mitato acitc peikw|
|12||mitato acitc nicw|
|13||mitato acitc nicto|
|14||mitato acitc new|
|15||mitato acitc niaran|
|16||mitato acitc nikotwaso|
|17||mitato acitc nicowaso|
|18||mitato acitc nicwaso|
|19||mitato acitc cakitato|
Source: Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok - E aimihitotcik! Manuel De Conversation Atikamekw / Atikamekw Conversation Manual, 2013.
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