How to count in Miyakoan (ミャークフツ), a Southern Ryukyuan language spoken in the Miyako Islands south of Okinawa in Japan.
The personal numbers are used when counting people.
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|1||ぴてぃーつ / ぷすてぃ‐つ||たうきゃー|
|6||んーつ / むーんっ||むいぬぴとう|
|100||びゃく / むむ / むむつ|
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Information about Miyakoan numbers
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