Numbers in Pangasinan (Salitan Pangasinan)

How to count in Pangasinan, a Philippine language spoken mainly in Pangasinan and Benguet provinces on Luzon island of the Philippines.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 sakey, isa, uno, una primero, onaan, onona, inmona
2 dua, duara, dos mikadua, komadua, kumadua
3 talo,talora, tres mikatlo, komatlo, kumatlo
4 apat, apatira, kuatro mikapat, komapat, kumapat
5 lima, limara, siñgko mikalima, komalima, kumalima
6 anem, anemira, sais, seis mikanem, komanem, kumanem
7 pito, pitora, siete mikapito, komapito, kumapito
8 walo, walora, ocho mikawalo, komawalo, kumawalo
9 siam, siamira, nueve mikasiam, komasiam, kumasiam
10 samplo, samplora, sangapolo, dies ikasamplo, komasamplo, kumasamplo
11 labinsakey, onse ikalabinsakey, komalabinsakey
12 labindua, dose ikalabindua, komalabindua
13 labintalo, trese ikalabintalo, komalabintalo
14 labinapat, katorse ikalabinapat, komalabinapat
15 labinlima, kinse ikalabinlima, komalabinlima
16 labinanem, desisais ikalabinanem, komalabinanem
17 labinpito, desisiete ikalabinpito, komalabinpito
18 labinwalo, desiocho ikalabinwalo, komalabinwalo
19 labinsiam, desinueve ikalabinsiam, komalabinsiam
20 duamplo, bainte komaduamplo
21 duamplo tan sakey, bainte uno komaduamplo tan sakey
22 duamplo tan dua, bainte dos komaduamplo tan dua
23 duamplo tan talo, bainte tres komaduamplo tan talo
24 duamplo tan apat, bainte kuatro komaduamplo tan apat
25 duamplo tan lima, bainte siñgko komaduamplo tan lima
26 duamplo tan anem, bainte sais komaduamplo tan anem
27 duamplo tan pito, bainte siete komaduamplo tan pito
28 duamplo tan walo, bainte ocho komaduamplo tan walo
29 duamplo tan siam, bainte nueve komaduamplo tan siam
30 talomplo, trenta komatalomplo
38 talompolo tan walo, trentay ocho komatalomplo tan walo
40 apataplo, kuarenta komapataplo
50 limamplo, siñgkuenta komalimamplo
60 anemaplo, saisenta, seisenta komanemaplo
70 pitomplo, setenta komapitomplo
80 walomplo, ochenta komawalomplo
90 siamaplo, noventa komasiamaplo
100 sanlasos, ciento komalasus
101 sanlasos tan sakey komalasus tan sakey
172 sanlasos tan pitomplo tan dua komalasus tan pitomplo tan dua
200 duanlasos, dos cientos komaduanlasos
300 talonlasos, tres ciento komatalonlasos
400 apatalasos, kuatro cientos komapatalasos
500 limanlasos, siñgko cientos komalimanlasos
600 anemyalasos, sais cientos, seis cientos komanemyalasos
700 pitonlasos, siete cientos komapitonlasos
800 walonlasos, ocho cientos komawalonlasos
900 siamyalasos, nueve cientos komasiamyalasos
1,000 sanlibo komalibo
2,000 duanlibo komaduanlibo
3,000 talonlibo komatalonlibo
4,000 apatalibo komapatalibo
5,000 limanlibo komalimanlibo
6,000 anemylibo komanemylibo
7,000 pitonlibo komapitonlibo
8,000 walonlibo komawalonlibo
9,000 siamylibo komasiamylibo
10,000 samplon libo  
13,042 labintalonlibo tan apatplo tan dua  
100,000 sanlasos a libo  
105,105 sanlasus tan limalibo tan
sanlasus tan lima
203,829 duanlasus tan talonlibo tan
walonlasus tan duamplo tan siam
1,000,000 sakey milion, sanlaksa komalaksa
once maminsan  
twice mamidua  
three times mamitlo  
four times mamipat  
five times maminlima  
six times maminanem  
seven times maminpito  
eight times maminwalo  
nine times maminsiam  
ten times mamisamplo  
eleven times maminlabinsakey  
twelve times maminlabindua  
twenty times maminduamplo  
tweny-one times maminduamplo tan sakey  
twenty-two times maminduamplo tan dua  
one hundred times maminlasus  
one thousand times maminlibo  
one million times maminmilion, maminlaksa  
1/2 kapuldua  
1/3 kakatlo  
1/4 kakapat  
1/5 kakalima  
1/6 kakanem  
1/7 kakapito  
1/8 kakawalo  
1/9 kakasiam  
1/10 kakaplo  
1/11 kakalabinsakey  
1/20 kakaduamplo  
1/21 kakaduamplo tan sakey  
1/100 kakalasus  
1/1000 kakalibo  
1/1,000,000 kakalaksa  


Numbers in italics come from Spanish and are commonly used in situations arising from the assimilation of Western practices (e.g. telling the time in hours). In quoting prices, for example, numerals from either or both sets may be used.

- Ernest A. Rayner: Grammar and Dictionary of the Pangasinan language. Manila – 1923.
- Richard A. Benton: Pangasinan Reference Grammar. Universiy of Hawaii Press, 1971.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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