Mon numbers

How to count in Mon (ဘာသာ မန်), a Monic language spoken in parts of Burma/Myanmar and Thailand. Where numbers have two different pronunciations, the first is used in Burma and the second in Thailand.

Mon uses classifiers with numbers when counting specific things.

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Numeral Cardinal Number
0 (၀) သုည [suɲa], သုည္ည [suɲɲa]
1 (၁) မွဲ [mo̤a / mṳa]
2 (၂) ၜါ [ɓa / ba(ː)]
3 (၃) ပိ [pɔeʔ / pɑeʔ]
4 (၄) ပန် [pɔn]
5 (၅) မသုန် [məsɔn / pəsɔn]
6 (၆) တြဴ [kə.rao / ta.ra(ː)o]
7 (၇) ထပ်ှ [həpɔh / tʰapɔh]
8 (၈) ဒတံ [həcam / təcam]
9 (၉) ဒစိတ် [həcit / tɛ̀ʔ.cit]
10 (၁၀) စှ် [cɔh]
11 (၁၁) စှ်မွဲ [cɔh.muə]
12 (၁၂) စှ်ၜါ [cɔh.ɓa)]
13 (၁၃) စှ်ပိ [cɔh.pɔeʔ]
14 (၁၄) စှ်ပန် [cɔh.pɔn]
15 (၁၅) စှ်သုန် [cɔh.sɔn]
16 (၁၆) စှ်တြဴ [cɔh.Ɂərau]
17 (၁၇) စှ်ထပှ် [cɔh.həpɔh]
18 (၁၈) စှ်ဒစာံ [cɔh.həcam]
19 (၁၉) စှ်ဒစိတ် [cɔh.həcit]
20 (၂၀) ၜါစှ် [ɓa.cɔh]
21 (၂) စှ်မွဲ [ɓa.muə]
22 (၂၂) စှ်ၜါ [ɓa.ɓa]
23 (၂၃) စှ်ပိ [ɓa.pɔeʔ]
24 (၂၄) စှ်ပန် [ɓa.pɔn]
25 (၂၅) စှ်သုန် [ɓa.sɔn]
26 (၂၆) စှ်တြဴ [ɓa.Ɂərau]
27 (၂၇) စှ်ထပှ် [ɓa.həpɔh]
28 (၂၈) စှ်ဒစာံ [ɓa.həcam]
29 (၂၉) စှ်ဒစိတ် [ɓa.həcit]
30 (၃၀) ပိစှ် [pɔeʔ.cɔh]
40 (၄၀) ပန်စှ် [pɔn.cɔh]
50 (၅၀) သုန်စှ် [sɔn.cɔh]
60 (၆၀) တြဴ စှ် [Ɂərau.cɔh]
70 (၇၀) ထပှ်စှ် [həpɔh.cɔh]
80 (၈၀) ဒစာံစှ် [həcam.cɔh]
90 (၉၀) ဒစိတ်စှ် [həcit.cɔh]
100 (၁၀၀) ကၠံ [klɔʔ]
1,000 (၁၀၀၀) လ္ၚီ [ŋi̤m]
10,000 (၁၀၀၀၀) မွဲလက် [mo̤alĕəʔ], လက် [lɛk/lak])
100,000 (၁၀၀၀၀၀) ကိုတ် (kuit)

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Hear some Mon numbers:

Links

Information about Mon numbers
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Mon_numerals
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mon_language#Classifiers

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