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acolʔakɔːlordnumeighth (used mostly in story telling)synticolpa pc dial.: tacol8.1.1Number
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achít1ʔacitsp. var.AchítordnumTenthNdo Achít bôn péinh llám araiq, cốh ma ndo Achít ntâm dyê bôn péinh, cốh bôn chou axuôi, át pân ape. Cốh tốq ape, Tông, "Mmo Achít dyê?" Achít tông, "Nnéh day". Tenth got to shoot a big grasshopper, but Tenth had shot his early, then had returned first and waited for them. Then they arrived and said, "Where is Tenth?" Tenth said, "Here I am."Capitalized to refer to the number ten son.8.1.1Number
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akeaihʔakḭas1ordnumninth; number nine8.1.1Number2nof nineTốq dyê ngéq atâng xéiq atéiq crêng cốh cantóuh akeaih parchôq pôc papéinh,...When all were grown, the group of nine invited each other to go shooting, also invited number ten to go too.
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akihʔakiːhordnumninth8.1.1Number
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amôiʔamoːjnumfirst; number one; first born8.1.1Number
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apátʔapatnumsixth8.1.1Number
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apôlʔapoːlnumseventh (used mostly in story telling)8.1.1Number
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axông1ʔasoːŋnumfifth8.1.1Number
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babarbabaːrnumboth; all twoIn expression ‘don’t speak two languages’.8.1.1Number
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bengbɛːŋnumone hundred thousand; 100,000synmâh culám ngin8.1.1Number
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carchít chítkər.cit citnumten thousand; 10,000Anáq ipe vi carchít chít náq thây, cốh ma ipe lâyq bôn ê clứng a–ám.Even if you have ten thousand teachers, you don’t have many fathers.synmâh chít nginmâh chít nginvan2cfchítdiv: chachít8.1.1Number
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colkɔːlnumeight (short form)Moui ingay bar ingay pe poan ingay xông, pát ingay poul, col, kih, chít ingay.One day, two days, three four days, five six days, seven eight nine, ten days.synticolpa pc dial.: tacol8.1.1Number
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chítcitnumten (preceded by another number)cfcarchít chít8.1.1Number
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máhmahnumone8.1.1Number
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mâh3mɤhnumone (short form for moui) Nhóung nháng láh lâyq bui plóng khên, mâh plóng khên mâh tampróh, kếh plóng tirêl ayưn tampróh.Look at us if not happily playing pan-pipes, one play pan-pipes one clap, then play flute, dance and clap.Can enumerate verb phrases as well as nouns.8.1.1Number
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moui chítmṵːj citnumten; 108.1.1Number
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papepapɛːnumall three of something8.1.1Number
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papoanpapṵannumall four of8.1.1Number
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tapáttapatpát1numsix; 68.1.1Number
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van2waːnnumten thousand; 10,000syncarchít chítmâh chít ngin8.1.1Number
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xaxôngsasoːŋnumall five of something8.1.1Number
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xôq apôsoːʔ ʔapoːnumdivisorcfDUP.CaN-spec: bambar, pampe, pampoan, xanxông, chanchít ‘divide by two; by three; by four; by five; by ten’8.1.2.1Mathematics8.1.1Number
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xôq nnưasoːʔ ʔən.nɯənumodd number8.1.2.1Mathematics8.1.1Number
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