Language name and locationː Dzao Min, Guangdong, China [Refer to Ethnologue]
语言名称和分布地区: 藻敏瑶语 (八排瑶语 ), 广东北部连山, 阳山, 湖南南部宜章

 

1. a44

21.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 dzɔt44

2. vi42

22.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 ȵi22

3. bu42

23.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 hɔm44

4. pɛi42

24.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 i42

5. pjɛ42

25.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 44

6. tɔu44

26.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 ljɛ22

7. ȵi22

27.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 hut44

8. dzat22

28.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 bɛt44

9. ku53

29.  ȵi22 sjɛp22 ku24

10. sjɛp22   < Chinese

30.  hɔm44 sjɛp22

11. sjɛp22 dzɔt44

40.  i42 sjɛp22

12. sjɛp22 ȵi22

50.  44 sjɛp22

13. sjɛp22 hɔm44

60.  ljɛ22 sjɛp22

14. sjɛp22 i42

70.  hut44 sjɛp22

15. sjɛp22 44

80.  bɛt44 sjɛp22

16. sjɛp22 ljɛ22

90.  ku24 sjɛp22

17. sjɛp22 hut44

100.  a44 ba44   < Chinese

18. sjɛp22 bɛt44

200. vi42 ba44 / ȵi22 ba44

19. sjɛp22 ku24

1000. a42 hun44 < Chinese

20. ȵi22 sjɛp22

2000. vi42 hun44 / ȵi22 hun44

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Mao Zongwu, Centre of Minority Languages, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, April 5, 1993
提供资的语言学家: 毛宗武教授(中国社科院民族研究所 ), 1993 年 4 月5 日

 

Other comments: Dzao Min has a decimal system. Dzao Min only retained traditional numerals from one to eight, after ten they use numerals from Chinese variety (Yue or Hakka) mixing with indigenous terms. 


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