Numbers in Bokar

How to count in Bokar, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in India and in Tibet Autonomous Region in China. These numbers are in the Pailibo dialect of Bokar.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 aken tabu
2 anyi anyi nané
3 aum aum nané
4 appi appi nané
5 ango ango nané
6 ake, akke akke nané
7 kini kini nané
8 pini pinyi nané
9 kona kona nané
10 iyi iyi nané
11 iyi laken  
12 iyi lanyi  
13 iyi laum  
14 iyi lappi  
15 iyi lango  
16 iyi lake  
17 iyi gola kini  
18 iyi gola pinyi  
19 iyi gola kona  
20 chamnyi  
21 chamnyi gola aken  
22 chamnyi gola anyi  
23 chamnyi gola aum  
24 chamnyi gola appi  
25 chamnyi gola ango  
26 chamnyi gola akke  
27 chamnyi gola kini  
28 chamnyi gola pinyi  
29 chamnyi gola kona  
30 chamum  
40 champi  
50 chamngo  
60 chamke  
70 acham kini  
80 acham pinyi  
90 acham kona  
100 lih  
1,000 hajar  
once leken go  
twice lenyi go  
thrice leum go  
many ai go  
single aken  
double anyi  
triple aum  
1/2 patche  
1 1/2 aken gola patche  

Source: Tapoli Badu. Pailibo Language Guide. Arunchanal Language Series: 31. Directorate of Research, Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar – 1994.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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