Numbers in Ibanag

How to count in Ibanag, a Northern Luzon language spoken mainly in northern Luzon in the Philippines. There are two sets of numbers in Ibanag: the native numbers, and numbers borrowed from Spanish. From 11 onwards the Spanish-derived numbers are more commonly used.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 awan
1 tadday
uno
olu / ollu
2 duwa
dos
mekarua
3 tallu
tres
mekatallu
4 appa'
kuatro
meka-appa
5 lima
singko
mekalima
6 annam
sais
meka-annam
7 pitu
siete
mekapitu
8 walu
otso
mekawalu
9 siam / siyam
nuebe
mekasiam
10 mafulu
dies
mekamafulu
11 karatadday
onse
mekakaratadday
12 karaddwa
dose
mekakaradua
13 karattallu
trese
14 kara-appa
katorse
15 karallima
kinse
16 kara-annam
disisais
17 karappitu
disisiete
18 karawwalu
disiotso
19 karassyam
disinuebe
20 duafulu
beinte
21 duafulu-tadday
22 duafulu-duwa
23 duafulu-tallu
24 duafulu-appa'
25 duafulu-lima
26 duafulu-annam
27 duafulu-pitu
28 duafulu-walu
29 duafulu-siam
30 tallu na fulu
treinta
40 appa na fulu
kuarenta
50 lima na fulu
singkuenta
60 annam na fulu
sisenta
70 pitu na fulu
sitenta
80 walu na fulu
otsenta
90 siyam na fulu
nobenta
100 magatu
sien
200 duwa gatu
dosientos
500 lima gatu
kinientos
1,000 marivu
mil
2,000 duwa rivu
dos mil
100,000 magatukarivu
1 million milión

Information about Ibanag numbers
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibanag_language#Numbers / https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301223082_A_Referencce_Grammar_og_Ibanag_Phonology_Morphology_Syntax

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