Language name and locationː Mudhili Gadaba, Andhra, India [Refer to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区穆迪里-加达巴语,  印度东北部安得拉邦

 

1. okkati  *

21.  iɾavæjiokati

2. ɾeɳɖu

22.  iɾavæjiɾeɳɖu

3. muːɖuɡɛ

23.  iɾavæjimuːɖu

4. n̪aluɡu

24.  iɾavæjin̪aluɡu

5. aid̪u < Telugu

25.  iɾavæjiaid̪u

6. aːru < Telugu

26.  iɾavæjiaːru

7. eːɖu < Telugu

27.  iɾavæjieːɖu

8. enimid̪i < Telugu

28.  iɾavæjienimid̪i

9. t̪ommid̪i < Telugu

29.  iɾavæjit̪ommid̪i

10. pad̪i  < Telugu

30.  muppaji

11. pad̪akoɳɖu

40.  n̪alappaji

12. panneɳɖu

50.  jabaji

13. pad̪amuːɖu

60.  aravaji

14. pad̪an̪aluɡu

70.  ɖabaji

15. pad̪iheheːnu

80.  enabaji

16. pad̪ahaːru

90.  t̪omʊbaji

17. pad̪iheːɖu

100. van̪d̪a

18. pad̪enimid̪i

200.  ɾeɳɖuvan̪d̪a

19. pan̪t̪ɔmmid̪i

1000. væjji

20. iɾavæji

2000. ɾeɳɖuveːlu

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. & Mrs. Joy & Jessy, Mudhili Gadaba translators, India. March 6, 2016.
供资料的语言学 家: Mr. & Mrs. Joy & Jessy, 2016 年 3 月 16 日.

 

Other comments: Mudhili Gadaba has a decimal system. Mudhili Gadaba only retained traditional Dravidian numbers from one to four, and numerals from one to four shows a distinction between human-masculine, human-feminine and non-human as following table; from four onwards  they borrowed Telugu numerals with phonological adaptations.

 

Number

Neuter

Masculine

Feminine

okkati

okkut

okkuru

okkal

ɾeɳɖu

iɖɖiɡ

iruvur

ral

mɖuɡɛ

mɖuɡɛ

mvur

mujal

aluɡu

aluɡu

alvur

aɳɖal

 


 

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