Numbers in Daur

How to count in Daur (Daure usuue), a Mongolic language spoken in northern China and parts of Mongolia.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 neke teregun
2 hoire jiee
3 guarebe gotegare
4 durube dutegere
5 taau
6 jireuoo
7 doloo
8 naime
9 ise
10 harebe
11 harebe neke
12 harebe hoire
13 harebe guarebe
14 harebe durube
15 harebe taau
16 harebe jireuoo
17 harebe doloo
18 harebe naime
19 harebe ise
20 hori
21 horin neke
22 horin hoire
23 horin guarebe
24 horin durube
25 horin taau
26 horin jireuoo
27 horin doloo
28 horin naime
29 horin ise
30 goci
40 duci
50 tabi
60 jari
70 dale
80 nai
90 ire
100 jau
1,000 miange
10,000 tume

Please note: the spelling for Daur used above comes from: Dagur Mongolian Grammar, Texts and Lexicon by Samuel E. Martin. Other spelling systems are available.

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Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagur_language
https://altaica.ru/LIBRARY/Martin_dagur.pdf

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