Comanche numbers

How to count in Comanche (nʉmʉ tekwapʉ̱), an Uto-Aztecan language spoken in parts of Oklahoma in the USA.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 kehetʉ̱
1 sʉmʉ ʉkʉnaa, ʉkʉna
2 wahati, wahatʉ, wahatʉ̠
3 pahiitʉ, pahihtʉ̠
4 hayarokweetʉ̠
5 moʔobetʉ
6 naabaitʉ
7 taatsʉkwi̠tʉ
8 namewatsʉkwi̠tʉ̠
9 wʉmi̠natʉ̠
10 sʉʉmarʉ̠
11 sʉʉmarʉ̠ sʉmʉ ma tohikatʉ̠
12 sʉʉmarʉ̠ wahatʉ̠ ma toʔikatʉ̠
wahatʉ̠ ma tohikatʉ̠
20 wahamarʉ
21 wahamarʉ sʉmʉ ma toʔikatʉ̠
30 pahimarʉ
31 pahimarʉ sʉmʉ ma toikatʉ̠
40 hayarokwe̠ sʉʉmarʉ
50 moʔobeka sʉʉmarʉ
mohobeka̠ sʉʉmarʉ
60 naabai sʉʉmarʉ
70 taatsʉkwi̠ sʉʉmarʉ
80 namewatsʉkwi̠ sʉʉmarʉ̠
90 wʉmi̠natʉ̠ sʉʉmarʉ
100 sʉʉmʉtú, sʉmʉʉtʉ
1,000,000 tsukuʔsʉmʉhtʉ̠

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Information about Comanche | Phrases | Numbers

Numbers in Uto-Aztecan languages

Comanche, Guerrero Nahuatl, Hopi, Huichol, Nahuatl, Nahuatl (Classical), Nawat, O'odham, Shoshone, Tarahumara, Timbisha, Tongva, Yaqui

Numbers in other languages

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