Ga numbers

How to count in Ga, a Kwa language spoken in Ghana.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 ekome klɛŋklɛŋ
2 enyɔ nɔ ni ji enyɔ
3 etɛ nɔ ni ji etɛ
4 ejwɛ nɔ ni ji ejwɛ
5 enumɔ nɔ ni ji enumɔ
6 ekpaa nɔ ni ji ekpaa
7 kpawo nɔ ni ji kpawo
8 kpaanyɔ nɔ ni ji kpaanyɔ
9 nɛɛhu nɔ ni ji nɛɛhu
10 nyɔŋma nɔ ni ji nyɔŋma
11 nyɔŋma kɛ ekome  
12 nyɔŋma kɛ enyɔ  
13 nyɔŋma kɛ etɛ  
14 nyɔŋma kɛ ejwɛ  
15 nyɔŋma kɛ enumɔ  
16 nyɔŋma kɛ ekpaa  
17 nyɔŋma kɛ kpawo  
18 nyɔŋma kɛ kpaanyɔ  
19 nyɔŋma kɛ nɛɛhu  
20 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ  
21 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ ekome  
22 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ enyɔ  
23 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ etɛ  
24 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ ejwɛ  
25 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ enumɔ  
26 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ ekpaa  
27 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ kpawo  
28 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ kpaanyɔ  
29 nyɔŋmai-enyɔ kɛ nɛɛhu  
30 nyɔŋmai-etɛ  
40 nyɔŋmai-ejwɛ  
50 nyɔŋmai-enumɔ  
60 nyɔŋmai-ekpaa  
70 nyɔŋmai-kpawo  
80 nyɔŋmai-kpaanyɔ  
90 nyɔŋmai-nɛɛhu  
100 oha  
101 oha kɛ ekome  
133 oha kɛ nyɔŋmai-etɛ kɛ etɛ  
200 ohai enyɔ  
300 ohai etɛ  
400 ohai ejwɛ  
500 ohai enumɔ  
600 ohai ekpaa  
700 ohai kpawo  
800 ohai kpaanyɔ  
900 ohai nɛɛhu  
1,000 akpe  
2,000 akpei enyɔ  
10,000 akpei nyɔŋma  
1,000,000 milio, akpei-akpe  
once shii kome  
twice shii enyɔ  
11times shii nyɔŋma kɛ ekome  
100 times shii oha  
many times shii abɔ  

Source: Language Guide (Ga Version), Bureau of Ghana Languages, Accra – 1986.

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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