Numbers in Mongondow

How to count in Mongondow (Bolaang Mongondow), a Philippine language spoken in northern Sulawesi in Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 inta' / mita'
2 dua' / doyowa'
3 tolu'
4 opat
5 lima
6 onom
7 pitu
8 ualu
9 siow
10 mopulu'
11 mopulu' bo mita'
12 mopulu' bo doyowa'
13 mopulu' bo tolu'
14 mopulu' bo opat
15 mopulu' bo lima
16 mopulu' bo onom
17 mopulu' bo pitu
18 mopulu' bo ualu
19 mopulu' bo siow
20 doyowa no pulu'
21 doyowa no pulu' bo mita'
22 doyowa no pulu' bo doyowa'
23 doyowa no pulu' bo tolu'
24 doyowa no pulu' bo opat
25 doyowa no pulu' bo lima
26 doyowa no pulu' bo onom
27 doyowa no pulu' bo pitu
28 doyowa no pulu' bo ualu
29 doyowa no pulu' bo siow
30 tolu no pulu'
40 opat no pulu'
50 lima no pulu'
60 onom no pulu'
70 pitu no pulu'
80 ualu no pulu'
90 siow no pulu'
100 mogatut
200 doyowa no gatut
1,000 tongo ribu
2,000 doyowa no ribu

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