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Numbers in Mapun

How to count in Mapun, a Malayo-Polynesian spoken mainly in Mindanao and Mapun island in the Philippines, and also in Sabah and Palawan in Malaysia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 issa, disu duhu’
2 duwa  
3 tallu  
4 mpat  
5 lima  
6 nnom  
7 pitu’  
8 wawu’  
9 siyam  
10 sapū  
11 sapū-rambuwa’  
12 sapū-ruwa  
13 sapū-tallu  
14 sapū-mpat  
15 sapū-lima  
16 sapū-nnom  
17 sapū-pitu’  
18 sapū-wawu’  
19 sapū-siyam  
20 duwampū  
21 duwampū-rambuwa’  
22 duwampū-ruwa  
23 duwampū-tallu  
24 duwampū-mpat  
25 duwampū-lima  
26 duwampū-nnom  
27 duwampū-pitu’  
28 duwampū-wawu’  
29 duwampū-siyam  
30 tallumpū’  
40 mpatpū’  
50 limampū’  
60 nnompū’  
70 pitumpū’  
80 umpū’, wawmpū’  
90 siyampū’  
100 dahatus  
101 dahatus disu  
110 dahatus sapū  
200 duwa hatus  
300 tallu hatus  
400 mpat hatus  
500 lima hatus  
600 nnom hatus  
700 pitu’ hatus  
800 wawu’ hatus  
900 siyam hatus  
1,000 dalibu  
2,000 duwa libu  
3,000 tallu libu  
4,000 mpat libu  
5,000 lima libu  
6,000 nnom libu  
7,000 pitu’ libu  
8,000 wawu’ libu  
9,000 siyam libu  
10,000 sapū libu  
100,000 dahatus  
200,000 duwa hatus libu  
300,000 tallu hatus libu  
400,000 mpat hatus libu  
500,000 lima hatus libu  
600,000 nnom hatus libu  
700,000 pitu’ hatus libu  
800,000 wawu’ hatus libu  
900,000 siyam hatus libu  
1,000,000 salaksa, milyun  
once sakayi  

Source: Milliard A. Collins. Mapun-English Dictionary. Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc., Manila, Philippines – 2001.

Information about Mapun
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bajaw_language
http://www.ethnologue.com/18/language/sjm/
http://wiki.verbix.com/Languages/Mapun
http://iloko.tripod.com/Mapun.htm

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Philippine languages

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