Kurtöp numbers

How to count in Kurtöp, an East Bodish language spoken in Kurtoe Gewog in the Lhuntse District in northeast Bhutan.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 thê
2 zon
3 sum
4 ble
5 yanga
6 dro
7 ʼnî
8 jat
9 dogo
10 che
11 chauri
12 chauni
13 chausum
14 cheble
15 chenga
16 chedro
17 chitni
18 cherjat
19 chedogo
20 khedi
21 khedi-ni-thê
22 khedi-ni-zon
23 khedi-ni-sum
24 khedi-ni-ble
25 khedi-ni-yanga
26 khedi-ni-dro
27 khedi-ni-ʼnî
28 khedi-ni-jat
29 khedi-ni-dongo
30 khe the ni che, khe phedang zon
40 khe zon
50 khe zon ni che, khe phedang sum
60 khe sum
70 khe sum ni che, khe phedang ble
80 khe ble
90 khe ble ni che, khe phedang yanga
100 khe yanga
110 khe yanga ni che
120 khe dru

Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

Links

Source: Gwendolyn Hyslop. A Grammar of Kurtöp, March 2011.

Information about Kurtöp
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt%C3%B6p_language

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Numbers in Bodic (Tibeto-Kanauri) languages

Dzongkha, Kagate, Khengkha, Kurtöp, Ladakhi, Sherpa, Sikkimese, Tibetan

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