How to count in Lepki, a South Pauwasi language spoken in Western New Guinea.
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|1||kutubwab [left little finger]|
|2||kais [left ring finger]|
|3||kaisikum [left middle finger]|
|4||kaisi-kasi [left point finger]|
|5||yiyin [left thumb]|
|6||yidep [left wrist]|
|7||yibuet [left low elbow]|
|8||yitir [left elbow]|
|9||yibob [left bicep]|
|10||yipau [left shoulder]|
|11||koka [left neck]|
|12||buika [left ear]|
|13||yemolka [left eye]|
|15||keten yemol [right eye]|
|16||keten buika [right ear]|
|17||keten boka [right neck]|
|18||keten yipau [right shoulder]|
|19||keten yibob [right bicep]|
|20||keten yitir [right elbow]|
|21||keten yibuet [right low elbow]|
|22||keten yidep [right wrist]|
|23||keten yiyin [right thumb]|
|24||keten kaisi-kais [right point finger]|
|25||keten kaisi kum [right middle finger]|
|26||keten kais [right ring finger]|
|27||keten kutukwab [right little finger]|
Source: Android-Based Digitalization of Number System of Traditional, Ngalum, Ketengban, Lepki and Arimtap Tribes
Compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
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Information about Lepki
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