Numbers in Mutsun, a Yok-Utian language spoken until 1930 by the Ohlone people in the Mission San Juan Bautista area in Northern California in the USA. It is also know as San Juan Bautista Costanoan.
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hemec'a tanats (one set of ten)
|11||tansahte hemec'a iccos
(lit. 10, one comes out)
|20||uThin tanats (two tens)|
|30||kaphan tanats (three tens)|
|100||tansahte tanats (10 sets of 10)|
Source: Natasha Warner: Mutsun-English, English-Mutsun Dictionary. mutsun-inkiS inkiS-mutsun riica pappel. University of Hawai’i Press – 2016.
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