How to count in Tumbuka (chiTumbuka), a Bantu language spoken in northern Malawi and eastern Zambia. Tumbuka speakers often use English numbers when counting over 20.
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|6||vikhondi na kamoza|
|7||vikhondi na tubili|
|8||vikhondi na tutatu|
|9||vikhondi na vinayi|
|11||khumi na kamoza|
|12||khumi na tubili|
|13||khumi na tutatu|
|14||khumi na vinay|
|15||khumi na vikhondi|
|16||khumi na vikhondi na kamoza|
|17||khumi na vikhondi na tubili|
|18||khumi na vikhondi na vitutatu|
|19||khumi na vikhondi na vinayi|
|20||ma khumi na tubili|
|30||ma khumi na vitatu|
|40||ma khumi na vinayi|
|50||ma khumi na vikhondi|
Information about Tumbuka numbers
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