Sierra Otomi numbers

How to count in Sierra Otomi (Yųhų / Yuhú), an Oto-Manguean language spoken in Eastern Hidalgo, Western Veracruz and Northern Puebla in central Mexico.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 n’da
2 yoho
3 hyu
4 goho
5 ku̱t’a
6 ’dato
7 yoto
8 hyäto
9 gu̱to
10 de̱t’a
11 de̱’ma’da
12 de̱’mayoho
13 de̱’mahyu
14 de̱’magoho
15 de̱’maku̱t’a
16 de̱’ma’dato
17 de̱’mayoto
18 de̱’mahyäto
19 de̱’magu̱to
20 ’da̱te
21 ’da̱tema’da
22 ’da̱temayoho
23 ’da̱temahyu
24 ’da̱temagoho
25 ’da̱temaku̱t’a
26 ’da̱tema’dato
27 ’da̱temayoto
28 ’da̱temahyäto
29 ’da̱temagu̱to
30 ’da̱tema’de̱t’a
40 yote‘
50 yotema’de̱’a
60 hyäte
70 hyätema’de̱’magoho
80 goho’da̱te
90 goho’da̱tema’de̱t’a
100 n’da syento
1,000 n’damahwähi

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Information about Sierra Otomi numbers
https://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-sierra-otomi/en/otm/

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Information about Otomi | Numbers (Sierra Otomi)

Numbers in Oto-Manguean languages

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