Language name and locationː Hértevin, Siirt province, Turkey [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区赫尔特文语, 土耳其东南部锡尔特省


1. hˁda (hˁa) 

21.  ʔesri-w hˁda

2. terte (te)

22.  ʔesri-w terte

3. tˁlata

23.  ʔesri-w tˁlata

4. ʔarba 

24.  ʔesri-w ʔarba

5. hˁamʃa

25.  ʔesri-w hˁamʃa

6. ʔeʃta

26.  ʔesri-w ʔeʃta

7. ʃoʔa 

27.  ʔesri-w ʃoʔa

8. tmanya

28.  ʔesri-w tmanya

9. ʔet͡ʃʔa

29.  ʔesri-w ʔet͡ʃʔa

10. ʔesˁa

30.  tˁati

11. hˁdiʔessar 

40.  ʔarbi

12. treʔessar

50.  hˁamʃi

13. tˁlataʔessar

60.  ʔeʃti 

14. ʔarbaʔessar

70.  ʃoʔi

15. hˁamʃaʔessar

80.  tmani

16. ʔeʃtaʔessar

90.  ʔet͡ʃʔi

17. ʃoʔessar

100. ma

18. tmanaʔessar

200. trema

19. ʔetʃːaʔessar

1000. ʔalpa

20. ʔesri

2000. treʔalpa


Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Otto Jastrow, Institute for Advanced Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. March 19, 2013

供资料的语言学家: Prof. Otto Jastrow, 2013 年 3 月 19 日.


Other comments: Hértevin has a decimal system. The above data are from Hértevin dialect of Neo-Aramaic. Hartevin, also known by other names, is a village in the Pervari District of Siirt, in Turkey. Once populated by Armenians and Assyrians, today the village is mostly Kurdish. Hértevin was first discovered by German linguist Otto Jastrow in 1970, who studied it and described it in detail in 1972. Hertevin's dialect, although belong to Eastern Neo-Aramaic, shares many similarities to the Turoyo dialect of Central Neo-Aramaic, as well as the Soureth dialect of Bohtan (spoken in Gardabani in Georgia (country) which originates from Eastern Neo-Aramaic). In 1999, the dialect has 1,000 speakers throughout the world.