Language name and locationː Manda, Odisha state, India [Refer to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区曼达语, 印度东部奥里萨邦  

 

1. ru (Dravidian ) / eko

21.  kuɽe ruɳɖi

2. ri~ riɳdi  (Dravidian ) /duj

22.  kuɽe duj 

3. ti:n < Oriya

23.  kuɽe tiːn

4. saːri

24.  kuɽe saːri

5. paːso

25.  kuɽe paːso

6. so

26.  kuɽe so

7. saːto

27.  kuɽe sa:to

8. aːʈ

28.  kuɽe a:ʈ

9. no

29.  kuɽe no

10. do

30.  kuɽe do (20+10)

11. eɡaːro

40.  duj kuɽi (2 x 20)

12. baːro

50.  duj kuɽi do (2 x 20+10 )

13. teːro

60.  tiːn kuɽi ( 3 x 20 )

14. soudo 

70.  tiːn kuɽi do ( 3 x 20+10 )

15. pondro 

80.  saːri kuɽi (4 x 20)

16. soːlo

90.  saːri kuɽi do (4 x 20+10 )

17. sotoro

100. pas kuɽi (5 x 20) / saːt

18. aʈro

200. duj saːt, 400. kuɽe kuɽi

19. uniːs

1000. duj kuɽi kuɽe dos kuɽe / maːɳek

20. kuɽe ~ kuɽi (lit: 'one score')

2000. ri maːɳek

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. B. Ramakrishna Reddy, Central Institute of Indian Languages. Mysore, India, October 27, 2009
供资料的语言学家: Prof. B. Ramakrishna Reddy, 2009 年 10 月 27 日.

 

Other comments: Manda has a vigesimal system. In Manda, only remains two traditional Dravidian numerals 1 to 2. For numerals after two Oriya numerals are used.


 

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