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ahasirivunumone hundred thousand; quantity arrived at when a thousand is multiplied by one hundred.8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

bihumi bibirinumtwo hundred; quantity of one hundred times two8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers8.1.1.1.2Two

bihumi bidatunumthree hundred; quantity of one hundred times three8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

bihumi binenumfour hundred; quantity of one hundred times four8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

bihumi bitaanunumfive hundred; quantity of one hundred times five8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

cikuminumone hundred; quantity of ten times ten8.1.1.1Cardinal numberscikumi muganyasinumIdiom. quantity that is uncountable8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.2Count

edatunumthree; number representing the amount of three things8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

ehitaagamaebitaagamaninfinite thing; situation or s.t. that has no end8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers8.4.2.3Forever8.1.1Number

ehuminum1ten; quantity of nine plus one8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers2tenth; the position next after ninth8.1.1.6Fraction8.1.1.2Ordinal numbers

emitwalo ebirinumtwenty thousand; number indicating twenty times a thousand8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

enambaenambaEnglishnnumberEnamba njʼahabonero ahatambisiwa ohulaga emiŋendo oba ehifo mu lunyiriri.A number is a symbol used to express how many or what place in a sequence.8.1.2Count8.1.1Numberenamba ekukutufuncardinal number8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers8.1.2Count8.1.1Number

enenumfour; number showing the quantity of four things8.1.1.1Cardinal numbersesonda enenEuph. grave2.6.6.6Grave2.6.6.5Bury

enkumi ebirinumtwo thousand; quantity that is a thousand times two8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers8.1.1.1.2Two

enkumi edatunumthree thousand; quantity that is a thousand times three8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

enkumi enenumfour thousand; quantity that is a thousand times four8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers

enkumi etaanunumfive thousand; quantity that is a thousand times five8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
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