Sayula Popoluca numbers

How to count in Sayula Popoluca (yamay ajw), a Mixe language spoken in the southern Veracruz in southeastern Mexico. These numbers were documented by Dr. Eustorijo Calderón in 1892. By the 1960s only a few elderly speakers of Sayula Populuca could remember them, and today Spanish numbers are used.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 tuꞌk
2 mečk, mechki
3 tugup
4 maktašp, mactax
5 mogošp
6 tuhtup
7 huštuhtup
8 tugutuhtup
9 taštuhtup
10 mak, makp
11 makpimuhtup
12 makpimuhmečk
13 makpimuhtugup
14 makpimuhmaktašp
15 makpimuhmogošp
16 makpimuhtuhtup
17 makpimuhhuštuhtup
18 makpimuhtugutuhtup
19 makpimuhtaštuhtup
20 iꞌpš
21 iꞌpštuꞌk
22 iꞌpšmečk
23 iꞌpštugup
24 iꞌpšmaktašp
25 iꞌpšmogošp
26 iꞌpštuhtup
27 iꞌpšhuštuhtup
28 iꞌpštugutuhtup
29 iꞌpštaštuhtup
30 ipximucmap
100 mun

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