Numbers in Maguindanao

How to count in Maguindanao, a Philippine language spoken mainly in Maguindanao province in the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 isa ika-isa
2 duwa ika-duwa
3 telu ika-telu
4 pat ika-pat
5 lima ika-lima
6 nem ika-nem
7 pitu ika-pitu
8 walu ika-walu
9 siyaw ika-siyaw
10 sapulu, pulu ika-sapulu
11 sapulu endu isa, sapulu enggu isa  
12 sapulu endu duwa, sapulu enggu duwa  
13 sapulu endu telu, sapulu enggu telu  
14 sapulu endu pat, sapulu enggu pat  
15 sapulu endu lima, sapulu enggu lima  
16 sapulu endu nem, sapulu enggu nem  
17 sapulu endu pitu, sapulu enggu pitu  
18 sapulu endu walu, sapulu enggu walu  
19 sapulu endu siyaw, sapulu endu siyaw  
20 duwa pulu  
21 duwa pulu endu isa, duwa pulu enggu isa  
22 duwa pulu endu duwa, duwa pulu enggu duwa  
23 duwa pulu endu telu, duwa pulu enggu telu  
24 duwa pulu endu pat, duwa pulu enggu pat  
25 duwa pulu endu lima, duwa pulu enggu lima  
26 duwa pulu endu nem, duwa pulu enggu nem  
27 duwa pulu endu pitu, duwa pulu enggu pitu  
28 duwa pulu endu walu, duwa pulu enggu walu  
29 duwa pulu endu siyaw, duwa pulu enggu siyaw  
30 telu pulu  
40 pat pulu  
50 lima pulu  
60 nem pulu  
70 pitu pulu  
80 walu pulu  
90 siyaw pulu  
100 magatus [one hundred], gatus [hundred]  
200 duwa gatus  
300 telu gatus  
400 pat gatus  
500 lima gatus  
600 nem gatus  
700 pitu gatus  
800 walu gatus  
900 siyaw gatus  
1,000 sa ngibu [one thousand], ngibu [thousand]  
2,000 duwa ngibu  
3,000 telu ngibu  
4,000 pat ngibu  
5,000 lima ngibu  
6,000 nem ngibu  
7,000 pitu ngibu  
8,000 walu ngibu  
9,000 siyaw ngibu  
10,000 salaksa  
20,000 duwa laksa  
30,000 telu laksa  
40,000 pat laksa  
50,000 lima laksa  
60,000 nem laksa  
70,000 pitu laksa  
80,000 walu laksa  
90,000 siyaw laksa  
100,000 magatus ngibu, sa-juta  
1,000,000 saketi, saka-miliyun, salakasa  
10,000,000 sakedi  
once maka-isa  
twice maka-dua  
three times maka-telu  
four times maka-pat  
five times maka-lima  


Information about Maguindanao

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Philippine languages

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