Waama numbers

How to count in Waama, a Gur language spoken in Atakora Department in the northwest of Benin.

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Numeral Cardinal
1 yon
2 yɛndi
3 taari
4 naasi
5 nun
6 kparun
7 beren
8 nɛi
9 wɛi
10 piika
11 piika na ma yon
12 piika na ma yɛndi
13 piika na ma taari
14 piika na ma naasi
15 piika na ma nun
16 piika na ma kparun
17 piika na ma beren
18 piika na ma nɛi
19 piika na ma wɛi
20 pisiyɛndi
21 pisiyɛndi na ma yon
22 pisiyɛndi na ma yɛndi
23 pisiyɛndi na ma taari
24 pisiyɛndi na ma naasi
25 pisiyɛndi na ma nun
26 pisiyɛndi na ma kparun
27 pisiyɛndi na ma beren
28 pisiyɛndi na ma nɛi
29 pisiyɛndi na ma wɛi
30 pisitaari
40 pisinaasi
50 pisinun
60 pisikparun
70 pisiberen
80 pisinɛi
90 pisiwɛi
100 kɔukpa, kɔusu
1,000 tusire, tusiya

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Numbers in Gur languages

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