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Numbers in Mwani

Information about counting in Mwani (Kimwani), a Bantu language spoken in Cabo Delgado Province of northern Mozambique.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 m’moja
2 mbire
3 natu
4 n’né
5 n’tano
6 sita
7 saba
8 nane
9 khénta
10 kumi
11 kumi na m’moja
12 kumi na mbire
13 kumi na natu
14 kumi na n’né
15 kumi na n’tano
16 kumi na sita
17 kumi na saba
18 kumi na nane
19 kumi na khénta
20 shirini
21 shirini na m’moja
22 shirini na mbire
23 shirini na natu
24 shirini na n’né
25 shirini na n’tano
26 shirini na sita
27 shirini na saba
28 shirini na nane
29 shirini na khénta
30 talatini
40 arubaine
50 amusine
60 sitine
70 sabine
80 tamanine
90 tusuine
100 mia
101 mia na m’moja
200 mia mbire
300 mia natu
400 mia n’né
500 mia n’tano
600 mia sita
656 mia sita na amusine na sita
700 mia saba
800 mia nane
900 mia khénta
1,000 álufu
1,430 álufu m’moja na mia n’né na talatini
2,000 álufu mbire
3,000 álufu natu
4,000 álufu n’né
5,000 álufu n’tano
6,000 álufu sita
7,000 álufu saba
8,000 álufu nane
9,000 álufu khénta

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

More information about Mwani
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mwani_language
https://www.ethnologue.com/18/language/wmw/

Information about Mwani numerals
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-mwani/en/wmw/

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Numbers in Bantu languages

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