Mi'kmaq numbers

How to count in Mi'kmaq (Míkmawísimk), an Algonquian language spoken in parts and Canada and the USA.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 ne'wt
2 ta'pu
3 si'st
4 ne'w
5 na'n
6 asukom
7 l'uiknek
8 ukmuljin
9 pesqunatek
10 newtiska'q
11 newtiska'q jel ne'wt
12 newtiska'q jel ta'pu
13 newtiska'q jel si'st
14 newtiska'q jel ne'w
15 newtiska'q jel na'n
16 newtiska'q jel asukom
17 newtiska'q jel l'uiknek
18 newtiska'q jel ukmuljin
19 newtiska'q jel pesqunatek
20 tapuiska'q
21 tapuiska'q jel ne'wt
22 tapuiska'q jel ta'pu
23 tapuiska'q jel si'st
24 tapuiska'q jel ne'w
25 tapuiska'q jel na'n
26 tapuiska'q jel asukom
27 tapuiska'q jel l'uiknek
28 tapuiska'q jel ukmuljin
29 tapuiska'q jel pesqunatek
30 nesiska'q
40 newiska'q
50 naniska'q
60 asukom te'siska'q
70 l'uiknek te'siska'q
80 ukmuljin te'siska'q
90 pesqunatek te'siska'q
100 kaskimtlnaqn
200 ta'pu kaskimtlnaqn
300 si'st kaskimtlnaqn
400 ne'w kaskimtlnaqn
500 na'n kaskimtlnaqn
600 asukom kaskimtlnaqn
700 l'uiknek kaskimtlnaqn
800 ukmuljin kaskimtlnaqn
900 pesqunatek kaskimtlnaqn
1,000 pituimtlnaqn
10,000 pituimtlnaqnepikatun
1,000,000 kji-pituimtlnaqn

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Information about counting in Mi'kmaq

Information about Mi'kmaq | Phrases | Numbers | Tower of Babel

Numbers in Algonquian languages

Abenaki, Algonquin, Arapaho, Atikamekw, Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Chippewa, Cree (Moose), Cree (Plains), Cree (Swampy), Cree (Woods), Fox, Innu, Kickapoo, Malecite-Passamaquoddy, Menominee, Miami, Mi'kmaq, Mohegan, Naskapi, Ojibwe, Ottawa, Penobscot, Potawatomi, Sauk, Shawnee, Unami (Lenape)

Numbers in other languages

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