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Iñupiaq numbers

How to count in Iñupiaq (Inupiatun), an Eskimo-Aleut language spoken in northern and northwestern Alaska in the USA.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 atausiq
2 malġuk
3 piŋasut
4 sisamat
5 tallimat
6 itchaksrat
7 tallimat malġuk
8 tallimat piŋasut
9 quliŋuġutaiḷaq
10 qulit
11 qulit atausiq
12 qulit malġuk
13 qulit piŋasut
14 akimiaġutaiḷaq
15 akimiaq
16 akimiaq atausiq
17 akimiaq malġuk
18 akimiaq piŋasut
19 iñuiññaŋŋutaiḷaq
20 iñuiññaq
21 iñuiññaq atausiq
22 iñuiññaq malġuk
23 iñuiññaq piŋasut
24 iñuiññaq sisamat
25 iñuiññaq tallimat
26 iñuiññaq itchaksrat
27 iñuiññaq tallimat malġuk
28 iñuiññaq tallimat piŋasut
29 iñuiññaq quliŋuġutaiḷaq
30 iñuiññaq qulit
40 malġukipiaq
50 malġukipiaq qulit
60 piŋasukipiaq
70 piŋasukipiaq qulit
80 sisamakipiaq
90 sisamakipiaq qulit
100 tallimakipiaq
1,000 kavluutit

Hear some Iñupiaq numbers:

Information about Iñupiaq numbers
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-inupiaq/en/esi/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaktovik_Inupiaq_numerals

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Numbers in Eskimo-Aleut languages

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