Nduke numbers

How to count in Nduke (Ndughore), a Northwest Solomonic language spoken on Kolombangara Island in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 keka
2 kuri, kori
3 kuhe
4 mendi, mande
5 lima
6 wonomo, vonomo
7 vitu
8 vesu
9 sia
10 manoga
11 manogaeka
12 manogagurii
13 manoguhe
14 manogumendi
15 manoglima
16 manogonomo
17 manogvitu
18 manogvesu
19 manogsia
20 rambeti
30 uevulu, uengvulu
40 mundivulu, mundingvulu
50 neqo
60 onangavolu
70 vituvulu, vitungvulu
80 vesuvulu, vesungvulu
90 siavulu, siangvulu
100 keka govoto, keka gogoto
1,000 tina

Sources: A comparative study of the Melanesian Island languages by Sidney Herbert Ray, 1926.

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Numbers in Oceanic languages

Ahamb, Apma, Avava, Babatana, Bariai, Big Numbas, Bola, Cheke Holo, Daakaka, Dorig, Fijian, Hiw, Hoava, Kara, Kokota, Kove, Lakon, Lewo, Lote, Lo-Toga, Manam, Maskelynes, Mavea, Mussau-Emira, Mwotlap, Nafsan, Nahavaq, Namakura, Nduke, Neve‘ei, North Efate, Nume, Paama, Papapana, Rotuman, Roviana, Siar, Sio, Sobei, Sursurunga, Tigak, Tamambo, Ubir, Ughele, Vitu

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