Numbers in Rapa

How to count in Rapa, an Eastern Polynesian language spoken on Rapa Iti in French Polynesia and Mangaia in the Cook Islands.

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Rapa numbers

Numeral Cardinal numbers
1 ta’i (Old Rapa)
hō’ē (Reo Rapa)
2 rua (Old Rapa)
piti (Reo Rapa)
3 toru (Old Rapa)
toru (Reo Rapa)
4 ā (Old Rapa)
maha (Reo Rapa)
5 rima (Old Rapa)
pae (Reo Rapa)
6 ono (Old Rapa)
ono (Reo Rapa)
7 ’itu (Old Rapa)
hitu (Reo Rapa)
8 varu (Old Rapa)
va’u (Reo Rapa)
9 iva (Old Rapa)
iva (Reo Rapa)
10 rongouru (Old Rapa)
’ahuru (Reo Rapa)
100 rau (Old Rapa)
hānere (Reo Rapa)
1,000 mano (Old Rapa)
tauatini (Reo Rapa)


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