How to count in Sherdukpen (Mey nyuk), a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast of India.
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|1||han||go-pu-saw, akhong-saw, khruk-saw|
Source: Rinchin Dondrup. A Hand Book on Sherdukpen Language. Directorate of Research. Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar – 1988.
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