Numbers in Cruzeño

How to count in Cruzeño (Isleño), a Island Chumash language that was spoken in the Channel Island off the coast of Santa Barbara, California in the USA until the early 20th century. Efforts are currently being made to revive it.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 'ismala
2 'iščom
3 masəx
4 skumu
5 syet'isma
6 syet'iščom
7 syetmasəx
8 malawa
9 spa'a
10 kaškom
11 tə'lu
12 masəxpaskumu
13 masəx patskumu həwan 'ismala
20 'iščom paškaškom
30 masəx paška'aškom
100 ka'aškom paška'aškom

Information compiled by Mark Levinson

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Information about Cruzeño
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cruzeño_language
https://www.ethnologue.com/language/crz
https://cla.berkeley.edu/languages/island-chumash.php
https://glottolog.org/resource/languoid/id/cruz1243

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