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Mansi numbers

How to count in Mansi (Маньси), an Ugric language spoken in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug in the Russian Republic

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Numeral Cardinal
1 аква [akʷa]
2 китыг [kitiɣ]
3 хȳрум [xuːrəm]
4 нӣла [ɲila]
5 ат [at]
6 хот [xoːt]
7 сāт [saːt]
8 нёлолов [ɲololow]
9 онтолов [ontolow]
10 лов [low]
11 аквхуйплов [akʷxujplow]
12 китыгхуйплов [kitiɣxujplow]
13 хурумхуйплов [xuːrəmxujplow]
14 нилахуйплов [ɲilaxujplow]
15 атхуйплов [atxujplow]
16 хотхуйплов [xoːtxujplow]
17 сатхуйплов [satxujplow]
18 нёлловхуйплов [ɲololowxujplow]
19 онтэлловхуйплов [ontolowxujplow]
20 хус [xus]
30 вāт [waːt]
40 налыман [naliman]
50 атпан [atpan]
60 хōтпан [xoːtpan]
70 сатпан [satpan]
80 нёлсат [ɲolcat]
90 онтэлсат [ontelcat]
100 сат [saːt]
200 китсāт [kitsaːt]
1,000 сōтыр(а) [soːtər]

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