Language name and locationː Laal, Chad [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区拉勒语,乍得

 

1. ɓɨ̀dɨ́l

21.  

2. ʔīsī

22.  

3. maː̄

23.  

4. ɓīsān

24.  

5. sāb

25. 

6. cìcaː̀n 

26. 

7. swàːr.ʔīsi {?.two}

27.  

8. ɓīsān.ɓīsān {four.four}

28.  

9. yàŋjáŋ 

29.  

10. tūː

30. 

11. tūː yàw ɓɨ̀dɨ́l{ten/its ̠mouth[?]/one}

40.  

12. tūː yàw ʔīsī {ten/its ̠mouth[?]/two}

50.  

13.

60.  

14.  

70.  

15.  

80.  

16.  

90. 

17.  

100. tūː ́ɡūdā (ten/ be ̠big )

18.  

200. tūː ́ɡūdāɡ ʔīsī{ten/be ̠bigːPLURAL /two} *

19.  

1000. 

20. tùɡúr ʔīsī {ten;PLURAL/two}

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Pascal Boyeldieu, CNRS-LLACAN (The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research), Paris, France, taken from Field data, November 21, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Pascal Boyeldieu, 2013 年 11 月 21 日.

 

Other comments: Laal has a decimal system. There are two options for 200: tūː ́ɡūdāɡ ʔīsī {ten/be ̠bigːPLURAL /two} and tū́ɡúr ɡūdāɡ ʔīsī {ten:PLURAL /be_ bigːPLURAL /two}.

N.B.ː j = IPA [ɟ]; y =IPA [j]; / à / ā / á = / L / M / H tone. 


Language name and locationː Laal, Chad [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区拉勒语, 乍得

 

1. ɓɨ̀dɨ́l

21.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw ɓɨ̀dɨ́l

2. ʔīsī

22.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw ʔīsī

3. māā

23.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw māā

4. ɓīsān

24.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw ɓīsān

5. sāb

25.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw sāb

6. cìcààn 

26.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw cìcààn

7. suàr.ʔīsi ( ?  2 )

27.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw suàr.ʔīsi

8. ɓīsān ɓīsān ( 4 + 4 )

28.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw ɓīsān ɓīsān

9. yàŋ jáŋ *

29.  tùɡúr ʔīsī yàw yàŋ jáŋ

10. tūū

30.  tùɡúr māā

11. tūū yàw ɓɨ̀dɨ́l or Baguirmi

40.  tùɡúr ɓīsān

12. tūū yàw ʔīsī

50.  tùɡúr sāb

13. tūū yàw māā

60.  tùɡúr cìcààn

14. tūū yàw ɓīsān

70.  tùɡúr suàr.ʔīsi

15. tūū yàw sāb

80.  tùɡúr ɓīsān ɓīsān

16. tūū yàw cìcààn

90.  tùɡúr yàŋ jáŋ

17. tūū yàw suàr.ʔīsi

100. tūú yí ɡūdā (litː ''big ten'')

18. tūū yàw ɓīsān ɓīsān

200. ???

19. tūū yàw yàŋ jáŋ

1000. dəbu < Baguirmi < Hausa

20. tùɡúr ʔīsī (litː ''two tens'')

2000. dəbu sap < Baguirmi

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Florian Lionnet, PhD Graduate Student, Department of linguistics, University of California at Berkeley, USA. October 24, 2011.

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Florian Lionnet, 2011 年 10 月 24 日.

 

Other comments: Laal has a traditional decimal counting system with special forms for 7 to 9. However, the traditional numerals after ten have been replaced by Bagirmi numeral system now. Note that the 'c' and 'j' as in number 6 and 9 are followed the transcription of standard Africanist transcription principles: "c" and "j" are palatal stops (sometimes realized as affricates).


                                                         

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