Penobscot numbers

How to count in Penobscot (pαnawαhpskewi), an Eastern Abenaki language that was spoken in Maine in the USA until the 1990s and which is being revived.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 pèsəkʷ nə̀kʷəčəye
2 nis niséweye
3 nahs nséweye
4 yew yewéweye
5 nαn
6 nə̀kʷətαs
7 tὰnawαs
8 nsὰsək
9 noli
10 mə̀tala
11 nə̀kʷətαnkaw
12 nísαnkaw
13 nsὰnkaw
14 yéwαnkaw
15 nάnαnkaw
16
17 tαpawαs kehsαnkáw
18
19
20 nísinske
30 nsìnske
40 yéwinske
50 nάninske
60
70
80
90
100
500 nάnahtəkʷe
600 nəkʷətαs-kéhsahtəkʷe
700 tαpawαs-kéhsahtəkʷe
800 nsαsək-kéhsahtəkʷe
900 noli-kéhsahtəkʷe
5,000 nαnάmkʷahkki
10,000 mətala-kehsάmkʷakki

Source
https://penobscot-dictionary.appspot.com/entry/

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