Ubir numbers

How to count in Ubir, an Oceanic language spoken in Milne Bay and Oro provinces in Papua New Guinea.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
1 kaitamom ainauin
2 ruam bairuin
3 ton baitonin
4 bat baibatin
5 nim bainimin
6 nimtereban kaitamom
7 nimtereban ruam
8 nimtereban ton
9 nimtereban bat
10 ouyotoat
11 ouyotoat anyayatan kaitamom
12 ouyotoat anyayatan ruam
13 ouyotoat anyayatan ton
14 ouyotoat anyayatan bat
15 ouyotoat anyayatan nim
16 ouyotoat anyayatan nimtereban kaitamom
17 ouyotoat anyayatan nimtereban ruam
18 ouyotoat anyayatan nimtereban ton
19 ouyotoat anyayatan nimtereban bat
20 orot kaitamom
30 orot kaitamom anyayatan ouyotoat
40 orot ruam
50 orot ruam anyayatan ouyotoat
60 orot ton
70 orot ton anyayayan ouyotoat
80 orot bat
90 orot bat anyayatan ouyotoat
100 orot nim

Sources: Tentative Grammar Description for the Ubir Language

Details provided by Michael Peter Füstumum

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Information about Ubir | Numbers

Numbers in Oceanic languages

Apma, Drehu, Kove, Lote, Maskelynes, Nyelâyu, Paama, Roviana, Sobei, Sio, Tîrî, Ubir

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