Numbers in Marshallese

How to count in Marshallese (kajin m̧ajeļ), a Micronesian language spoken on the Marshall Islands in the North Pacific.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 juon kein kajuon, moktata
2 ruo kein karuo
3 jilu kein kajilu
4 emān kein kaemān
5 ļalem kein kaļalem
6 jiljino kein kajiljino
7 jimjuon kein kajimjuon
8 ralitōk kein karalitōk
9 ratimjuon kein karatimjuon
10 joñoul kein kajoñoul
11 joñoul juon  
12 joñoul ruo  
13 joñoul jilu  
14 joñoul emān  
15 joñoul ļalem  
16 joñoul jiljino  
17 joñoul jimjuon  
18 joñoul ralitōk  
19 joñoul ratimjuon  
20 roñoul  
21 roñoul juon  
22 roñoul ruo  
23 roñoul jilu  
24 roñoul emān  
25 roñoul ļalem  
26 roñoul jiljino  
27 roñoul jimjuon  
28 roñoul ralitōk  
29 roñoul ratimjuon  
30 jilñoul  
40 eñoul  
50 lemñoul  
60 jiljinoñoul  
70 jimjuoñoul  
80 ralitoñoul  
90 ratimjuoñoul  
100 jibukwi  
156 jibukwi lemñoul jiljino  
200 rūbukwi  
243 rūbukwi eñoul jilu  
300 jilubukwi  
400 eabukwi, ābukwi  
500 limabukwi  
600 jiljinobukwi  
700 jimjuonbukwi  
800 ralitōkbukwi  
900 ratimjuonbukwi  
1,000 juon toujin  
2,000 ruo toujin  
3,000 jilu toujin  
3,825 jilu toujin ralitōkbukwi roñoul ļalem  
4,000 emān toujin  
5,000 ļalem toujin  
6,000 jiljino toujin  
7,000 imjuon toujin  
8,000 ralitōk toujin  
9,000 ratimjuon toujin  
10,000 joñoul toujin  
100,000 jibukwi toujin  

Marshallese numbers supplied by Wolfgang Kuhl


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