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Numbers in Okinawan

How to count in Okinawan (ウチナーグチ / Uchinaaguchi), a Ryukyuan language spoken in Okinawa and other other Ryūkyū islands in Japan.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 ティーチ (tiichi)
2 ターチ (taachi)
3 ミーチ (miichi)
4 ユーチ (yuuchi)
5 イチチ (ichichi)
6 ムーチ (muuchi)
7 ナナチ (nanachi)
8 ヤーチ (yaachi)
9 ククヌチ (kukunichi)
10 トゥー (tuu)

Past 10 Japanese numbers are used.

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Some numbers provided by Stephen Dalphin

Information about counting in Okinawan

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