Numbers in Tai Lue

How to count in Tai Lue (ᦅᧄᦺᦑᦟᦹᧉ), a Southwestern Tai language spoken in China, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers
0 (᧐) ᦉᦳᧃ (sun) [sun˥]
1 (᧑) ᦓᦹᧂᧈ (nueng¹) [nɯŋ˧]
2 (᧒) ᦉᦸᧂ (soang) [sɔŋ˥]
3 (᧓) ᦉᦱᧄ (saam) [saːm˥]
4 (᧔) ᦉᦲᧈ (sii¹) [ɕiː˧˥]
5 (᧕) ᦠᦱᧉ (haa²) [haː˩˧]
6 (᧖) ᦷᦠᧅ (hok) [hok̚˧˥]
7 (᧗) ᦵᦈᧆ (tsed) [t͡ɕet̚˧˥]
8 (᧘) ᦶᦔᧆᧈ (paed¹) [pɛːt̚˧˥]
9 (᧙) ᦂᧁᧉ (kaw²) [kaw˩˧]
10 (᧑᧐) ᦉᦲᧇ (siib) [ɕip̚˧˥]
11 (᧑᧑) ᦉᦲᧇᦵᦀᧆ (ssiib ’ed) [ɕip̚˧˥.ʔet̚˧˥]
12 (᧑᧒) ᦉᦲᧇᦉᦸᧂ (siibsoang) [ɕip̚˧˥.sɔŋ˥]
13 (᧑᧓) ᦉᦲᧇᦉᦱᧄ (siibsaam) [ɕip̚˧˥.saːm˥]
14 (᧑᧔) ᦉᦲᧇᦉᦲᧈ (siibsii¹) [ɕip̚˧˥.ɕiː˧˥]
15 (᧑᧕) ᦉᦲᧇᦠᦱᧉ (siibhaa²) [ɕip̚˧˥.haː˩˧]
16 (᧑᧖) ᦉᦲᧇᦷᦠᧅ (siibhok) [ɕip̚˧˥.hok̚˧˥]
17 (᧑᧗) ᦉᦲᧇᦵᦈᧆ (siibtsed) [ɕip̚˧˥.t͡ɕet̚˧˥]
18 (᧑᧘) ᦉᦲᧇᦶᦔᧆᧈ (siibpaed) [ɕip̚˧˥.pɛːt̚˧˥]
19 (᧑᧙) ᦉᦲᧇᦂᧁᧉ (siibkaw²) [ɕip̚˧˥.kaw˩˧]
20 (᧒᧐) ᦌᦱᧁ (saaw) [saːw˥˩]
21 (᧒᧑) ᦌᦱᧁᦵᦀᧆ (saawʼed)
22 (᧒᧒) ᦌᦱᧁᦉᦸᧂ (saawsoang)
23 (᧒᧓) ᦌᦱᧁᦉᦱᧄ (saawsaam)
24 (᧒᧔) ᦌᦱᧁᦉᦲᧈ (saawsii¹)
25 (᧒᧕) ᦌᦱᧁᦠᦱᧉ (saawhaa²)
26 (᧒᧖) ᦌᦱᧁᦷᦠᧅ (saawhok)
27 (᧒᧗) ᦌᦱᧁᦵᦈᧆ (saawtsed)
28 (᧒᧘) ᦌᦱᧁᦶᦔᧆᧈ (saawpaed¹)
29 (᧒᧙) ᦌᦱᧁᦂᧁᧉ (saawkaw²)
30 (᧓᧐) ᦉᦱᧄᦉᦲᧇ (saamsiib)
40 (᧔᧐) ᦉᦲᧈᦉᦲᧇ (siisiib)
50 (᧕᧐) ᦠᦱᧉᦉᦲᧇ (haa²siib)
60 (᧖᧐) ᦷᦠᧅᦉᦲᧇ (hoksiib)
70 (᧗᧐) ᦵᦈᧆᦉᦲᧇ (tsedsiib)
80 (᧘᧐) ᦶᦔᧆᧈᦉᦲᧇ (paedsiib)
90 (᧙᧐) ᦂᧁᧉᦉᦲᧇ (kaw²siib)
100 (᧑᧐᧐) ᦾᧉ (hoay²) [hɔj˩]
1,000 (᧑᧐᧐᧐) ᦗᧃ (pan) [pan˥˩]
10,000
(᧑᧐᧐᧐᧐)
ᦖᦹᧃᧈ (muen¹) [mɯn˧˥]
1,000,000
(᧚᧐᧐᧐᧐᧐᧐)
ᦟᧃᧉ (lan²) [lan˩]

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Information about Tai Lue | New Tai Lue script | Numbers

Sources

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:L%C3%BC_numerals
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tai_Lue_language#Numbers

Numbers in Tai-Kaidai languages

Ahom, Isan, Lao, Shan, Tai Dam, Tai Lue, Tai Nuea, Thai, Yongbei Zhuang

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