Innu numbers

How to count in Innu (Innu-aimun), a Central Cree language spoken in Newfoundland, Labrador and Quebec in eastern Canada. These numbers are in the Sheshatshiu dialect of Labrador.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 peikᵘ
2 nishᵘ
3 nishtᵘ
4 neu
5 patetat
6 kutuasht
7 nishuasht
8 nishuaush
9 peikushteu
10 kutunnu
11 kutunnu ashu peikᵘ
12 kutunnu ashu nishᵘ
13 kutunnu ashu nishtᵘ
14 kutunnu ashu neu
15 kutunnu ashu patetat
16 kutunnu ashu kutuasht
17 kutunnu ashu nishuasht
18 kutunnu ashu nishuaush
19 kutunnu ashu peikushteu
20 nishunnu
21 nishunnu ashu peikᵘ
22 nishunnu ashu nishᵘ
23 nishunnu ashu nishtᵘ
24 nishunnu ashu neu
25 nishunnu ashu patetat
26 nishunnu ashu kutuasht
27 nishunnu ashu nishuasht
28 nishunnu ashu nishuaush
29 nishunnu ashu peikushteu
30 nishtunnu
40 neunnu
50 patetat-tatunnu
60 utuasht-tatunnu
70 nishuasht-tatunnu
80 nishuaush-tatunnu
90 peikushteu-tatunnu
100 peikumitashumitannu
200 nishumitashumitannu
300 nishtumitashumitannu
400 neumitashumitannu
500 tetat-tatumitashumitannu
600 kutuasht-tatumitashumitannu
700 nishuasht-tatumitashumitannu
800 nishuaush-tatumitashumitannu
900 peikushteu-tatumitashumitannu
1 000 peikutshishemitashumitannu

Information about Innu numbers
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/comment-compter-en-innu-aimun/fr/moe/

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