Language name and locationː Tai Laing, Kachin state, Myanmar [Refer to Ethnologue]言名称和分布地区: 傣莱英语 (掸尼语), 缅甸联邦东北部克钦邦

 

1. lɯŋ4

21.  saːw3 ʔɛt4

2. sɔŋ1

22.  saːw3 sɔŋ1

3. saːm1

23.  saːw3 saːm1

4. si4

24.  saːw3 si4

5. haː5

25.  saːw3 haː5

6. hok4

26.  saːw3 hok4

7. t͡set4

27.  saːw3 t͡set4

8. pɛt4

28.  saːw3 pɛt4

9. kaw5

29.  saːw3 kaw5

10. sip4

30.  saːm1 sip4

11. sip4 ʔɛt4

40.  si4 sip4

12. sip4 sɔŋ1

50.  haː5 sip4

13. sip4 saːm1

60.  hok4 sip4

14. sip4 si4

70.  t͡set4 sip4

15. sip4 haː5

80.  pɛt4 sip4

16. sip4 hok4

90.  kaw5 sip4

17. sipt͡set4

100. paːk4,  200. sɔŋ1 paːk4

18. sip4 pɛːt3

400. si4 paːk4, 800. pɛt4 paːk4

19. sip4 kaw5

1000. heŋ1

20. saːw3

2000. sɔŋheŋ1

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Wyn Owen, Department of Linguistics, Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, November 17, 2021.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Wyn Owen, 2021 年 11 月 17 日.

 

Other comments: Tai Laing (aka Shan-Ni) [ISO 639-3 tjl]  is spoken in Kachin State, Myanmar. Tai Laing has decimal system similar to that of the Khün or Khuen language.


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