Language name and locationː Bumang, China [Refer to Ethnologue ]

言名称和分布地区: 布芒语, 中国云南省红河哈尼族彝族自治县金平苗族瑶族傣族自治县勐拉地曼仗下寨和曼仗上寨两个村子

 

1. lu24

21.  sau51 et24

2. bɯa24 

22.  sau51 sɔŋ55

3. pia24

23.  sau51 sam55

4. pɔn55

24.  sau51 si24

5. səŋ55 

25.  sau51 ha12

6. hok24  < borrow from Tai

26.  sau51 hok24

7. tset24

27.  sau51 tset24

8. pɛt24

28.  sau51 pɛt24

9. kău12

29.  sau51 kău12

10. sip24

30.  sam55 sip24

11. sip24 et24

40.  si24 sip24

12. sip24 sɔŋ55

50.  ha12 sip24

13. sip24 sam55

60.  hok24 sip24

14. sip24 si24

70.  tset24 sip24

15. sip24 ha12

80.  pɛt24 sip24

16. sip24 hok24

90.  kău12 sip24

17. sip24 tset24

100. lu24 hɔi21

18. sip24 pɛt24

200. bɯa24 hɔi21

19. sip24 kău12

1000. lu24 păn51

20. sau51

2000. bɯa24 păn51

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Daojie, Yunnan Nationalities University, Yunnan, China, February 3, 2007

供资料的语言学家: 刀洁博士(云南民族大,民族文化院), 2007 年 2 月 3 日.

 

Other comments: Bumang is a recently (2006) discovered language spoken by 200 persons in two villages in Jinping Miao-Yao-Tai Autonomous county in Yunnan, South China. Bumang still retained traditional Mon-Khmer numerals from one to five, after five they use Tai numeral system. However, in numbers 100, 200, 1000 and 2000, they use indigenous numerals mix with borrowed term to express the big numbers. Bumang might be related to the Kháng language in the Khmuic group

语言名和分布地布芒语, 云南省红河哈尼族彝族自治县金平苗族瑶族傣族自治县勐拉地曼仗下寨和曼仗上寨两个村子, 200余人。


                            

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