Language name and locationː Urali, Kerala state, India [Refer to Ethnologue]
言名称和分布地区乌拉利语, 印度西南部喀拉拉邦

 

1. onɽ͡rɯ  * [ɽ͡r] is a ''retroflex trill''

21.  iruvattionɽ͡rɯ

2. reɳɖɯ

22.  iruvattireɳɖɯ

3. muːnɽ͡rɯ

23.  iruvattimuːnɽ͡rɯ

4. naːlɯ

24.  iruvattinaːlɯ

5. anjɯ

25.  iruvattianjɯ

6. aːrɯ

26.  iruvattiaːrɯ

7. ëːɭɯ * 

27.  iruvattiëːɭɯ

8. eʈʈɯ

28.  iruvattieʈʈɯ

9. ombadɯ

29.  iruvattiombadɯ

10. pattɯ

30.  muppadɯ

11. pannonɽ͡rɯ

40.  naːppadɯ

12. paɳɳonɽ͡rɯ

50. 

13. padimuːnɽ͡rɯ

60. 

14. padinaːlu

70. 

15. padinanju

80. 

16. padanaːrɯ

90.  toɳɳuːrɯ

17. padanëːɭɯ

100. nuːrɯ, 108. nuːttieʈʈɯ, 200. erunuːrɯ,

18. padaneʈʈɯ

300. munːnuːrɯ, 304, munnuːttinaːlɯ

19. padanombadu

1000. a:yira, 1027, aːyiratti iruvattiëːɭɯ

20. irupadɯ

2000. reɳɖaːyira

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Samuel Mohan Lal, CIIL (Central Institute of Indian languages), Mysore, India / Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, April 2, 2013.
供资料的语言学家: Dr. Samuel Mohanlal Lal, 2013 年 4 月 2 日

 

Other comments: Urali has a decimal numeral system. Note that the sound [r] in onɽ͡rɯ ‘one’, a:rɯ ‘six’ and a:yira ‘thousand’ are phonetically different. IPA [ɽ͡r] is a ''retroflex trill'',  and traditional symbol <ë> a centralized vowel may be nearer to IPA [ɤ].
Other higher numerals are: 400. naːnurɯ, 500. aynuːrɯ, 3,000. muːnɽ͡raː yira, 4,000. naːlaːyira, 6,000.aːraːyira, 7,000.ëːlaːyira, 8,000. eʈʈaːyira, 9,000. ombada.yira, 10,000, pattaːyira.


 

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