Numbers in Banjarese

How to count in Banjarese (Bahasa Banjar), a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in the Kalimantan region of Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 satu, asa
2 dua
3 tiga, telu
4 ampat
5 lima
6 anam
7 tujuh, pitu
8 dalapan, walu
9 sambilan, sanga
10 sapuluh
11 sawalas
12 duawalas, duwalas
13 tigawalas
14 ampatwalas
15 limawalas
16 anamwalas
17 tujuhwalas, pitungwalas
18 dalapanwalas, walungwalas
19 sambilanwalas, sangangwalas
20 duapuluh
21 duapuluh satu, salikur
22 duapuluh dua, dualikur
23 duapuluh tiga, talulikur
24 duapuluh ampat, ampatlikur
25 duapuluh lima, salawi. limalikur
26 duapuluh anam, anamlikur
27 duapuluh tujuh, tujuhlikur
28 duapuluh delapan, dalapanlikur
29 duapuluh sambilan, sanganglikur
30 tigapuluh, talungpuluh
40 ampat puluh
50 limapuluh
60 anampuluh
70 pitungpuluh
80 walungpuluh
90 sangangpuluh
100 ratus, saratus
1,000 ribu, saribu
1 million juta, sajuta

Information about counting in Banjarese
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Banjarese_cardinal_numerals
https://bahasabanjar.wordpress.com/
https://labbineka.kemdikbud.go.id/files/upload/bbs_YKGCYQSE_1568916789.pdf

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