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Numbers in Balangao (Balangaw / Balangao Bontoc)

How to count in Balangao, a member of the Philippine branch of Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken in Luzon in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 iha pés-éy
2 chuwa ma-agwa
3 toro ma-atlo
4 opat ma-apat
5 lema  
6 éném  
7 pitu  
8 waru  
9 siyam  
10 hemporo  
20 chuwanporo  
30 toronporo  
40 opatporo  
50 lemanporo  
60 énémporo  
70 pitunporo  
80 warunporo  
90 siyamporo  
100 hinggasot  
1,000 hen lifu  
once ah mamenghan  
twice ah mamegwa  
thrice ah mametlo  
4 times ah mangempat  
5 times ah mangallema  

Source: Hen Nat-énat-én way ale. A phrase book for Balingao. Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc. Manila – 1980.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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