Numbers in Blaan

How to count in Blaan (B’laan), a Philippine language spoken in the Soccsksargen and Davao regions of Mindanao in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 satu, sèt, satū
2 lwè, alwō
3 tlu
4 fat, fōt
5 limè, limē
6 nam
7 fitu
8 walû, walu
9 siyèm, syaem
10 sfalo, sfalù
11 sfalo satu, sfalu sãt
12 sfalo lwè, sfalu alwū
13 sfalo tlu, sfalu fōt
14 sfalo fat
15 sfalo limè, sfalu limē
16 sfalo nam, sfalu nam
17 sfalo fitu, sfalu fitu
18 sfalo walû, sfalu walu
19 sfalo siyèm, sfalu syaem
20 lwèfalo, alwu falō
21 lwèfalo satu
22 lwèfalo lwè
23 lwèfalo tlu
24 lwèfalo fat
25 lwèfalo limè
26 lwèfalo nam
27 lwèfalo fitu
28 lwèfalo walû
29 lwèfalo siyèm
30 tlufalo
40 fatfalo
50 limèfalo
60 namfalo
70 fitufalo
80 walûfalo
90 siyèmfalo
100 mlatu
200 lwèlatu
300 tlulatu
1,000 mlibu
10,000 sfalolibu
100,000 mlatolibu
1,000,000 sèt/sato milyun

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