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Numbers in Ishkashimi (Šëkošmi zëvůk)

Information about numbers in Ishkashimi, an Iranian language spoken in parts of Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 uk, ůk, ug, ůg yak(k)ьm
2 dь(w) dьyьm
3 rů(y) seyьm
4 cьfúr, čor čorьm
5 půnʓ, ponj půnʓьm
6 xůl, xol, šas xůlьm, šasьm
7 uʋd, ōvd uʋdьm
8 ot, aṭ otьm
9 naw, nao, nu nawьm, naoьm, nuьm
10 da, dah daьm, dahьm
11 yozdá  
12 dьwozdá, dwāzda  
13 sezdá  
14 čordá, čārdá  
15 ponzdá  
16 šonzdá, šast  
17 aʋdá, afda  
18 azdá  
19 nuzdá  
20 bist  
21 bist-u-yak, bīstǝyak  
22 dьwíšt  
25 bist-u-panj  
30 rʋs, rɛs  
40 čьl, čɛl  
50 panǰa  
60 šast, šaš  
70 (h)aftāδ  
80 aštod, aštaδ  
90 nawāδ  
100 sad, sāδ  
1,000 azór, azār  

Sources

Т.Н. Пахалина: Ишкашимский язык. Издательство Академии Наук СССР. Москва 1959.

Т.Н. Пахалина: Памирские языки. Языки Народов Азии и Африки. Москва 1969.

Расторгуева В.С., Эдельман Д.И., Мошкало В.В. Языки мира: Иранские языки. III. Восточноиранские языки. Российская Академия Наук, Институт Языкознания. Москва 2000.

Sir George A. Grierson: Ishkashmi, Zebaki, and Yazghulami. An account of three Eranian dialects, Royal Asiatic Society, London, 1920.

Grierson, George. Linguistic Survey of India. Vol. 10 Specimens of Languages of the Eranian Family. Calcutta : Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1921.

Georg Morgenstierne: Indo-Iranian Frontier Languages. Oslo 1938.

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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