Numbers in Sikaiana

How to count in Sikaiana, a Polynesian language spoken in Sikaiana in the Solomon Islands

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
fish length humans
1 tahi tahi tahi seloha hokotahi
2 lua/siaoa lua lua lohalua tokalua
3 tolu tolu tolu lohatolu tokatolu
4 haa haa haa lohahaa tokahaa
5 lima lima lima lohalima tokalima
6 ono ono ono lohaono tokaono
7 hitu hitu hitu lohahitu tokahitu
8 valu valu valu lohavalu tokavalu
9 sivo sivo sivo lohasivo tokasivo
10 sehui kaatoa kaatoa sekumi kaatoa
20 luahui kaulua matalua luakumi tinolua
30 tonnuhui kautolu matatolu tolukumi tinotolu
40 hannahui kauhaa matahaa haakumi tinohaa
50 limanahui kaulima matalima limakumi tinolima
60 onnahui kauono mataono onokumi tinoono
70 hitunohui kauhitu matahitu hitukumi tinohitu
80 vannahui kauvalu matavalu valukumi tinovalu
90 sivanahui kausivo matasivo sivokumi tinosivo
100 kaatoa lau lau lau lau
200 luakaatoa lualau lualau lualau lualau
1,000 mano simata simata    
10,000 ahe        

Source: William W. Donner. Sikaiana Dictionary. 2012.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

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