How to count in Yola (Yola Taalke), an Anglic language that was spoken in County Wexford in Ireland until the late 20th century.
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|1||oan [ɔan], oanès, ane, own, o’|
|2||twy, twye, twee, twine, twyne|
|3||dree [driː], dree, dhrie|
|4||vour, voure, vowre|
|100||hindreth, hundreth, hunderth, hundereth|
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