Language name and locationː Holiya, Madhya Pradesh, India [Refer to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区霍里雅语, 印度中部中央邦及马哈拉施特拉邦

 

1. unda

21.  ippata undu

2. adʒaːɖa

22.  ippata eɖɖɐ

3. muːra

23.  ippata mːra 

4. naːka

24.  ippata naːkɐ

5. adʒada

25.  ippata adʒadɐ

6. aːra

26.  ippata aːrɐ

7. dʒeːɭa

27.  ippata eːɭa

8. eʈʈa

28.  ippata eʈʈa

9. uɱbata

29.  ippata uɱbatɐ

10. haːtu

30.  muːra hatta ?? ippaːtta

11. hannaunda

40.  naːka hattu

12. hanneɖa

50.  dʒaːɖɖippattu hattu  (2 x 20 + 10)

13. hattamdʒaː mura

60.  muːra ipptta (3 x 20)

14. hattamdʒaː naːka

70.  muːraippattu hattu

15. hattamdʒaː adʒada

80.  naːkippattɐ (4 x 20)

16. hattamdʒaː aːra

90.  naːkippattn u hattɐ ( 4 x 20 + 10)

17. hattamdʒaː dʒeːɭa

100. uda ɡvaːrata nuːru, 200. dʒaːɖa nuːrɐ

18. hattamdʒaː eʈʈa

400. naːka nuːrʉ, 800. eʈʈu nuːra

19. hattamdʒaː uɱbata

1000. hatta nuːrʉ

20. ippata

2000. ɪppata nuːrʉ

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. K. M. Metry, PI, SPPEL Holiya Language,
Professor, Department of Tribal Studies,  Kannada University, Hampi, India, February 26, 2017.

言名称和分布地区: Dr. K. M. Metry, 2017 年 2 月 26 日.

 

Other comments: Holiya (Golari) is an endangered southern Dravidian language closely related to Kannada. It was spoken by about 3,614 persons in Balaghat, Seoni districts of Madhya Pradesh and Gondia, Bhandara, Chandrapur districts of Maharashtra. It is very similar to the form of Kannada spoken in Bijapur (Vijayapura). Holiya has a mixed numeral system with ancient vigesimal system and decimal system.


 

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