Numbers in Hmong Dau

How to count in Hmong Dau / White Hmong (Hmongb Dleub), a variety of Hmong spoken in Vietnam, China and Laos.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 (𖭐) 𖬊𖬲𖬢𖬰, ntxaiv
1 (𖭑) 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰, ib [ʔi˥]
2 (𖭒) 𖬒𖬰𖬮𖬰, ob [ʔɒ˥]
3 (𖭓) 𖬈𖬰𖬪𖬵, peb [pe˥]
4 (𖭔) 𖬄𖬰𖬟𖬵, plaub [pˡau̯˥]
5 (𖭕) 𖬂𖬲𖬝𖬰, tsib [t͡ʂi˥]
6 (𖭖) 𖬡, rau [ʈau̯˧]
7 (𖭗) 𖬗𖬰𖬧𖬰, xya [ça˧]
8 (𖭘) 𖬂𖬤, yim [ʝi˩̰ˀ]
9 (𖭙) 𖬐𖬰𖬯, cuaj [cu̯ə˥˧]
10 (𖭑𖭐) 𖬄, kaum [kau̯˩̰ˀ]
11 (𖭑𖭑) 𖬄 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰, kaum ib
20 (𖭒𖭐) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢, nees nkaum [nẽ˩.ᵑɡau̯˩̰ˀ]
21 (𖭒𖭑) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰, nees nkaum ib
22 (𖭒𖭒) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬒𖬰𖬮𖬰, nees nkaum ob
23 (𖭒𖭓) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬈𖬰𖬪𖬵, nees nkaum peb
24 (𖭒𖭔) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬄𖬰𖬟𖬵, plaub
25 (𖭒𖭕) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬂𖬲𖬝𖬰, nees nkaum tsib
26 (𖭒𖭖) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬡, nees nkaum rau
27 (𖭒𖭗) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬗𖬰𖬧𖬰, nees nkaum xya
28 (𖭒𖭘) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬂𖬤, nees nkaum yim
29 (𖭒𖭙) 𖬁𖬰𖬬 𖬄𖬢 𖬐𖬰𖬯, nees nkaum cuaj
30 (𖭓𖭐) 𖬈𖬰𖬪𖬵 𖬅𖬲𖬯, peb caug
40 (𖭔𖭐) 𖬄𖬰𖬟𖬵 𖬅𖬲𖬯, plaub caug
50 (𖭕𖭐) 𖬂𖬲𖬝𖬰 𖬅𖬲𖬯, tsib caug
60 (𖭖𖭐) 𖬡 𖬄𖬯, rau caum
70 (𖭗𖭐) 𖬗𖬰𖬧𖬰 𖬄𖬯, xya caum
71 (𖭗𖭑) 𖬗𖬰𖬧𖬰 𖬄𖬯 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰, xya caum ib
80 (𖭘𖭐) 𖬂𖬤 𖬄𖬯, yim caum
90 (𖭙𖭐) 𖬐𖬰𖬯 𖬄𖬯, cuaj caum
100 (𖭑𖭐) 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰 𖬑𖬲𖬪𖬵, ib puas
1,000 (𖭑,𖭐𖭐𖭐) 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰 𖬔𖬦𖬰, ib txhiab
10,000 (𖭑𖭐,𖭐𖭐𖭐) 𖬄 𖬔𖬦𖬰, kaum txhiab
100,000 (𖭑𖭐𖭐,𖭐𖭐𖭐) 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰 𖬑𖬲𖬪𖬵 𖬔𖬦𖬰, ib puas txhiab
1,000,000 (𖭑,𖭐𖭐𖭐,𖭐𖭐𖭐) 𖬂𖬲𖬮𖬰 𖬌𖬡, ib roob

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hmong_language#Numbers
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:White_Hmong_numerals

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Hear some numbers in Hmong Dau:

Information about Hmong Dau | Phrases | Numbers | Tower of Babel | Books about Hmong

Numbers in Hmong-Mien languages

Hmong Dau (White Hmong), Iu Mien,

Numbers in other languages

Alphabetical index | Language family index

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