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Moklum numbers

How to count in Moklum, a variety of Tangsa, a Brahmaputran language spoken in northern Burma (Myanmar) and northeast India.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 ashe phang
2 ani thongni
3 atom thongtom
4 bali bali
5 banga banga
6 tharok tharok
7 sanat  
8 ashat  
9 akhu  
10 ashi, asi  
11 ashi-ashe  
12 ashi-anyi, asi ani  
13 ashi atom, asi atom  
14 ashi bali, asi bali  
15 ashi banga, asi banga  
16 ashi tharok, asi tharok  
17 ashi sanat, asi sanat  
18 ashi ashat, asi ashat  
19 ashi akhu, asi akhu  
20 rokni  
21 rokni ashe  
22 rokni ani  
23 rokni atom  
24 rokni bali  
25 rokni banga  
26 rokni tharok  
27 rokni sanat  
28 rokni ashat  
29 rokni akhu  
30 rok-tom  
40 rok-bali  
50 rok-banga  
55 rok-banga banga  
60 rok-tharok  
70 rok-sanat  
80 rok-ashat  
90 rok-akhu  
100 sha-she  
110 sha-she ashi  
1,000 hing-she  
once takshe, ling-she, ja-she  
twice ling-ni, ja-ni  
thrice ling-tom, ja-tom  

Source: T. Ngemu. Moklum Language Guide. Shillong – 1997.

Information about Tangsa
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangsa_language
http://www.ethnologue.com/18/language/nst

Information provided by Wolfgang Kuhl

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Numbers in Brahmaputran languages

Khiamniungan, Kokborok, Muklom, Phom

Numbers in other languages

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