Evenki numbers

How to count in Evenki (Эвэды̄ турэ̄н), a Northern Tungusic language spoken mainly in northern China, and also in Russia and Mongoliaa.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 умун (umun), умукэ̄н (umukēn) элэкэсипты (elekeсiptu)
2 дю̄р (djūr) ге̄ (gjē)
3 илан (ilan) илӣ (ilī)
4 дыгин (dugin) дыгӣ (dugī)
5 тунӈа (tunṇa) тунӈи (tunṇi)
6 нюӈун (njuṇun) нюӈӣ (njuṇī)
7 надан (nadan) нады̄ (nadȳ)
8 дяпкун (djapkun) дяпкӣ (djapkī)
9 егин (jegin) егӣ (jegī)
10 дя̄н (djān) дя̄гӣ (djāgī)
11 дя̄н умун (djān umun)
12 дя̄н дю̄р (djān djūr)
13 дя̄н илан (djān ilan)
14 дя̄н дыгин (djān dugin)
15 дя̄н тунӈа (djān tunṇa)
16 дя̄н нюӈун (djān njuṇun)
17 дя̄н надан (djān nadan)
18 дя̄н дяпкун (djān djapkun)
19 дя̄н егин (djān jegin)
20 дю̄рдя̄р (djūrdjār)
30 иландя̄р (ilandjār)
40 дыгиндя̄р (dugindjār)
50 тунӈадя̄р (tunṇadjār)
60 нюӈундя̄р (njuṇundjār)
70 надандя̄р (nadandjār)
80 дяпкундя̄р (djapkundjār)
90 егиндя̄р (jegindjār)
100 умун няма̄ (няма̄ди)
(umun njamā (njamādi))
200 дю̄р няма̄ (djūr njamā)
300 илан няма̄ (ilan njamā)
400 дыгин няма̄ (dugin njamā)
500 тунӈа няма̄ (tunṇa njamā)
600 нюӈун няма̄ (njuṇun njamā)
700 надан няма̄ (nadan njamā)
800 дяпкун няма̄ (djapkun njamā)
900 егин няма̄ (jegin njamā)
1,000 умун тысинча (umun tuсinča)
2,000 дю̄р тысинча (djūr tuсinča)
3,000 илан тысинча (ilan tuсinča)
4,000 дыгин тысинча (dugin tuсinča)
5,000 тунӈа тысинча (tunṇa tuсinča)
6,000 нюӈун тысинча (njuṇun tuсinča)
7,000 надан тысинча (nadan tuсinča)
8,000 дяпкун тысинча (djapkun tuсinča)
9,000 егин тысинча (jegin tuсinča)
10,000 дя̄н тысинча (djān tuсinča)
once умнэ̄ (umnē)
twice дю̄рэ (djūre)

Sources: Русско-Эвенкийский Разговорник (восточной диалект). Якутск – 1999.

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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