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Numbers in Ibaloi (Nabaloi)

Information about counting in Ibaloi, a Philippine language spoken mainly in Luzon in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 sahei
2 shuwa
3 teddo
4 epat
5 dima
6 enem
7 pito
8 gualo
9 siyam
10 sampolo
11 sampolo tan sahei
12 sampolo tan shuwa
13 sampolo tan teddo
14 sampolo tan epat
15 sampolo tan dima
16 sampolo tan enem
17 sampolo tan pito
18 sampolo tan gualo
19 sampolo tan siyam
20 shuwen polo
21 shuwen polo tan sahei
22 shuwen polo tan shuwa
23 shuwen polo tan teddo
24 shuwen polo tan epat
25 shuwen polo tan dima
26 shuwen polo tan enem
27 shuwen polo tan pito
28 shuwen polo tan gualo
29 shuwen polo tan siyam
30 tedon polo
40 epat ta polo
50 dimen polo
60 enema polo
70 piton polo
80 gualon polo
90 siyama polo
100 san dasos
200 shuwen dasos
300 tedon dasos
400 epata dasos
500 dimen dasos
600 enema dasos
700 piton dasos
800 gualon dasos
900 siyama dasos
1,000 san divo
2,000 shuwen divo
3,000 tedon divo
4,000 epata divo
5,000 dimen divo
6,000 enema divo
7,000 piton divo
8,000 gualon divo
9,000 siyama divo
10,000 sampolo divo

Links

Information about Ibaloi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibaloi_language
http://www.ethnologue.com/language/ibl
http://language.psy.auckland.ac.nz/austronesian/language.php?id=679

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Philippine languages

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