Language name and locationː Adilabad Gondi, Maharashtra, India [Ref. to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区: 阿迪巴德-贡迪语,  印度中部马哈拉仕特拉邦及附近地区

 

1. undi

21.  sare undi

2. raɳɖ

22.  sare raɳɖ

3. muːnd

23.  sare muːnd

4. naːluŋɡ

24.  sare naːluŋɡ

5. siyuŋɡ

25.  sare siyuŋɡ

6. saːruŋɡ

26.  sare saːruŋɡ

7. yeːɖuŋɡ

27.  sare yeːɖuŋɡ

8. avʈ   < Indo-Aryan 

28.  sare avʈ

9. nov < IA / piʈ (native )

29.  sare piʈ

10. pad (native) / daha < Indo-Aryan 

30.  nare

11. pada undi / akraː <  Indo-Aryan 

40.  lare

12. pada raɳɖ

50.  sayɡare

13. pada muːnd

60.  soːre / saːʈ < Indo-Aryan  

14. pada naːluŋɡ

70.  sure

15. pada siyuŋɡ

80.  hure

16. pada saːruŋɡ / soːla < Indo-Aryan 

90.  d͡ʒure

17. pada yeːɖuŋɡ 

100. nuːr

18. pada avʈ

200. raɳɖ nuhk

19. pada piʈ

1000. badra; vey; had͡ʒar < Indo-Aryan  

20. sare / vi:sa < Indo-Aryan 

2000. raɳɖ badraŋɡ, raɳɖ veyk; raɳɖ hadʒark

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Mark Penny, SIL International, February 20, 2013, February 9, 2017.
供资料的语言学家: Mr. Mark Penny, 2013 年 2 月 20 日, 2017 年 2 月 9 日.

 

Other comments: Western Southern Gondi or Adilabad Gondi has a decimal numeral system mixed with traditional numerals with loanwords, but Adilabad Gondi remains more Dravidian numerals than Northern Gondi. Note that there are different forms of the number depending on the gender (non-masculine, or masculine-human) of what is being counted. The other higher numbers areː10,000 = parevay, 1,00,000 = vayki, 10,00,000 = parevayki,100,00.000 = kaɖaː
Note that the traditional spellings and IPA transcriptionː
1.  n̩ = IPA [ɳ], 2.  t̩ = IPA  [ʈ] , 3.  d̩ = IPA [ɖ], 4.  n̍ = IPA [ŋ], 5.  j = IPA [d͡ʒ],
6.  ā = IPA [aː], 7.  ī = IPA [iː], 8.  ū = IPA [uː], 9.  ē = IPA [eː], 10. ō = IPA [oː],
11. y = IPA [j]


 

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