How to count in Tai Dam (ꪼꪕꪒꪾ), a Southwestern Tai language spoken in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and China.
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|1||ꪙꪳ꪿ꪉ, ꫜ (nueng) [nɨŋ˦]|
|2||ꪎꪮꪉ (song) [sɔŋ˨]|
|3||ꪎꪱꪣ (saam) [saːm˨]|
|4||ꪎꪲ꪿ / ꪎꪲꫀ (sii) [siː˦˥]|
|5||ꪬ꫁ꪱ / ꪬꪱꫂ (haa) [haː˨˩ˀ]|
|6||ꪶꪬꪀ (ho) [hoʔ˦˥]|
|7||ꪹꪊꪸꪒ (cet) [t͡ɕet̚˦˥]|
|8||ꪵꪜꪒ (peet) [pɛt̚˦˥]|
|9||ꪹꪀ꫁ꪱ / ꪹꪀꪱꫂ (kaw) [kaw˨˩ˀ]|
|10||ꪎꪲꪚ (sip) [sip̚˦˥]|
|100||ꪭ꫁ꪮꪥ / ꪭꪮꪥꫂ (hoy) [hɔj˧˩ˀ]|
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