Language name and locationː Brahui, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan [Refer to Ethnologue]言名称和分布地区布拉灰语, 伊朗, 巴基斯坦, 阿富汗, 土库曼

 

1. /Ɂase(t)/

21. /bist o Ɂase(t)/

2. /Ɂera(t)/, /Ɂerā/,  /Ɂera/

22. /bist o Ɂera(t)/, /bist o Ɂerā/

3. /mose(t)/

23. /bist o mose(t)/

4. /čār/ < Persian

24. /bist o čār/

5. /panǰ/

25. /bist o panǰ/

6. /šeš/

26. /bist o šeš/

7. /haf/

27. /bist o haf/

8. /haš/

28. /bist o haš/

9. /no/

29. /bist o no/

10. /da/

30. /si/

11. /yāzda/

40. /čel/

12. /devāzda/

50. /penǰā/

13. /sizda/

60. /šas/

14. /čārda/

70. /haftād/

15. /puenzda/

80. /haštād/

16. /šuenzda/

90. /nevad/

17. /hivda/

100. /sad/,  200. /Ɂeratvist/

18. /hiǰda/

400. /čārsad/,  800. /hašsad/

19. /nuezda/

1000. /hezār/ 

20. /bist/

2000. /Ɂera(t) hezār/, /Ɂerā hezār/

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Miss Anoushe, Ph.D. Graduated in Institute of Ancient Iranian culture and languages at Tehran State University, Tehran, Iran. March 23, 2020.
供资料的语言学家: Miss Anoushe, 2020 年 3 月 23 日.

 

Other comments: Brahui only remains traditional numerals 1 to 3, from 4 up, they use Iranian numerals now.


Language name and locationː Brahui, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan [Refer to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区布拉灰语, 伊朗, 巴基斯坦, 阿富汗, 土库曼

 

1. asiʈː

21.  biːst u jak

2. iraʈː, iraː

22.  biːst u do

3. musiʈː

23.  biːst u saj

4. t͡ʃaːr

24.  biːst u t͡ʃaːr

5. pant͡ʃ

25.  biːst u pant͡ʃ

6. ʃaʃ

26.  biːst u ʃaʃ

7. ˀapt / ˀaft

27.  biːst u apt

8. ˀaʃt

28.  biːst u aʃt

9. noːˀ

29.  biːst u no

10. daʔ  

30.  siː

11. jãːzda

40.  t͡ʃil

12. dwãːzda

50.  pand͡ʒaː 

13. sẽːzda

60.  ʃast  / musi biːst  (3 x 20)

14. t͡ʃãːrda

70.  ˀaptaːd  / must biːst u da ( 3 x 20+ 10)

15. pãːnzda

80.  ˀaʃtaːd  / t͡ʃaːr biːst ( 4 x 20 )

16. ʃãːnzda

90.  navad /t͡ʃaːr biːst u da

17. ˀavda

100. sad

18. ˀaʒda 

200. do sad

19. noːzda

1000. ˀazaːr

20. biːst

2000. do ˀazaːr

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. M. S. Andronov, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, November 23, 1995. Mr. Serge Axenov, University of St. Petersburg, Russia / University of Uppsala, Sweden, November 29, 1998.
供资料的语言学家: Dr. M. S. Andronov, 1995 年 11 月 23 日,  Mr. Serge Axenov, 1998 年 11 月 29 日.

 

Other comments: Brahui only remains traditional Dravidian numerals 1 to 3, from 4 up, they use Iranian numerals. Occasionally numbers above forty have optional variants based on scores.


 

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