Fang numbers

How to count in Fang (Faŋ), a Bantu language spoken mainly in Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Gabon and the Republic of the Congo.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 zeze
1 fóó
2 beé
3 láa
4 nii
5 tán(á), táán
6 saman
7 zamgbáá
8 mwom
9 ebuú
10 awôm
11 awôm ye fóó
12 awôm ye bě(ñ), awôm ye bě(ñ)
13 awôm ye laá
14 awôm ye nii
15 awôm ye tán(á), awóm ye táán
16 awôm ye saman
17 awôm ye zamgbáá
18 awôm ye mwom
19 awôm ye ebuú
20 mowôm mébě(ñ)
21 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye fóó
22 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye beé(ñ)
23 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye láa
24 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye nii
25 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye tán(á), mowôm mébě(ñ) ye táán
26 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye saman
27 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye zamgbáá
28 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye mwom
29 mowôm mébě(ñ) ye ebuú
30 mowôm méláa
40 mowôm ménii
50 mowôm métân
60 mowôm mésam(an)
70 mowôm zamgbáá
80 mowôm mwom
90 mowôm ebuú
100 ntet, nkám(a)
200 mitet mibě(ñ), mikám(á) mibě(ñ)
300 mitet/ mikám(á) míláa
1,000 e(n)zukn, tózá
2,000 bi(n)zuk bibě(ñ), mitóza mibě(ñ)
5,000 bi(n)zuk bítân
10,000 awôm bi(n)zuk, bi(n)zuk awôm
100,000 ntet/ nkám(á) bí(n)zuk, bi(n)zuk ntet/ nkám(á)
200,000 bi(n)zuk mitet míbě(ñ)
900,000 bi(n)zuk mitet ebuú
1,000,000 akúru
once eyoŋ evóó
twice biyoŋ bíbě(ñ)
three times biyoŋ bíláa

Sources: Bibang Oyee Julián. Curso de la lengua Fang. EDICIONES CENTRO CULTURAL HISPANO-GUINEANO. GUINEA ECUATORIAL. MALABO, 1990.

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