The Bontoc Igorot
by
Albert Ernest Jenks

Part 7 out of 8




Brain
U'-tek

Breast
So'-so

Breath
Ing-ga'-es

Cheek
Ta-mong' or i-ping'


Chest
Ta'-kib

Chin
Pang'-a

Ear
Ko-weng'

Elbow
Si'-ko

Excreta
Tay-i

Eye
Ma-ta'

Eyebrow
Ki-chi'

Eyelash
Ki-chi'

Eyelid
Ta-nib si ma'-ya

Finger
Li-cheng'

Finger, index or first
Mes-ned' si am-am'-a

Finger, little
Ik-ik-king'

Finger, second
Ka-wa'-an

Finger, third
Mes-ned si nan ka-wa'-an

Finger nail
Ko-ko'

Foot
Cha-pan'

Foot, instep of
O'-son si cha-pan'

Forehead
Ki'-tong

Gall
A-ku'

Groin
Lip-yak'

Hair in armpit
Ki-lem' si yek-yek'

Hair on crown of head
Tug-tug'-o

Hair on head
Fo-ok'

Hair, pubic, man's
Ki-lem' si o'-ti

Hand
Ad-pa' or li'-ma

Hand, inside of
Ta'-lad

Head
O'-lo

Heart
Po'-so

Heel
Pag-pa-ga'-da

Hip
Tip-ay

Intestine
Fu-ang'

Jaw
Pang'-a

Kidney
Fa-tin'

Knee
Gung-gung'-o

Leg
Si-ki'

Leg, calf of
Fit'-kin

Lip, lower
So'-fil ay nin-gub'

Lip, upper
So'-fil

Liver
A-tu'-i

Lung
Fa'-la

Mouth
To-puk'

Navel
Pu'-sig

Neck
Fuk-kang'

Neck, back of
Tung-ed'

Nipple
So'-so

Nose
I-ling'

Nostril
Pa-nang'-e-tan

Palate
A-lang-a-ang'

Penis
O'-ti

Rib
Tag-lang'

Rump
U-fit

Saliva
Tuv'-fa

Shoulder
Po-ke'

Shoulder blade
Gang-gang'-sa

Skin
Ko-chil'

Spinal cord
U'-tuk si ung-et'

Spine
Ka-ung-e-ung-et'

Spirit of living person
Leng-ag'

Spirit of dead person
A-ni'-to


Spirit of beheaded dead
Pin-teng'

Sternum
Los-los-it'

Stomach
Fa'-sag

Sweat (perspiration)
Ling-et

Testicle
Lug-lug'-ong

Thigh
U'-po

Throat
A-lo-go'-og

Thumb
Am-am'-a

Toe
Go-mot'

Toe, first
Mes-ned si am-am'-a si cha-pan'

Toe, fourth
Ik-ik-king' si cha-pan'

Toe, third
Mes-ned si nan ka-wa'-an si cha-pan'

Toe, great
Am-am'-a si cha-pan'

Toe nail
Ko-ko' si go-mot'

Toe, second
Ka-wa'-an si cha-pan'

Tongue
Chi'-la

Tooth
Fob-a'

Urine
Is-fo

Vagina
Ti'-li

Vein
Wath

Vertebrae
Ung-et' si i-chug'

Wrist
Pang-at si'-nang

Wrist joint
Ung-et'



Bodily Conditions




Ague
Wug-wug

Beri-beri
Fu-tut

Blindness, eyelids closed
Na-ki'-mit

Blindness, eyelids open
Fu-lug

Blood, passage of
In-is-fo cha'-la, or in-tay'-es cha'-la

Boil, a
Fu-yu-i'

Burn, a
Ma-la-fub-chong'

Childbirth
In-sa'-cha

Cholera
Pish-ti'

Circumcision
Sig-i-at'

Cold, a
Mo-tug'

Consumption
O'-kat

Corpse
A'-wak

Cut, a
Na-fa'-kag

Deafness
Tu'-wing

Diarrhea
O-gi'-ak

Dumbness
Gna-nak

Eyes, crossed
Li'-i

Eyes, sore
In-o'-ki

Feet, cracked from wading in rice paddies
Fung-as'

Fever
Im-po'-os nan a'-wak

Goiter
Fin-to'-kel or fi-kek'

Headache
Sa-kit' si o'-lo or pa-tug' si o'-lo

Health
Ka-wis' nan a'-wak

Itch or mange
Ku'-lid

Itch, first stage of small sores
Ka'-ti


Pain
In-sa-ki'

Pitted-face
Ga-la'-ga

Rheumatism
Fig-fig

Scar
Sap-luk

Sickness
Nay-yu' nan a'-wak

Smallpox
Ful-tang'

Swelling
Nay-am-an' or kin-may-yon'

Syphilis
Na-na

Toe, inturning
Fa'-wing

Toothache
Pa-tug' nan fob-a'

Ulcers and sores, disease of
Lang-ing'-i

Varicose vein
O'-pat



Consanguineal and Social Relationships




Aunt
A-ki-na

Babe, boy
Kil-lang'

Babe, girl
Gna-an'

Brother
U'-na

Child
Ong-ong'-a

Consanguineal group or family
Sim-pang' a-nak', Sim-pang' a-po',
Sim-pang' a'-fong

Father
A'-ma

Man
La-la'-ki

Man, old
Am-a'-ma

Man, poor
Pu'-chi

Man, rich
Ka-chan-a-yan'

Mother
I'-na

Orphan
Nang-o'-so

Orphan, father dead
Nan-a-ma'-na

Orphan, mother dead
Nan-i-na'-na

People
I-pu-kao'

People, of another pueblo
Mang-i'-li

People, of one's own pueblo
Kay-il-yan'

Person, one
Ta'-ku

Relative
I-ba'

Sister
A-no'-chi

Twins
Na-a-pik'

Wife
A-sa'-wa

Woman
Fa-fay'-i

Woman, old
In-i'-na



Clothing, Dress, and Adornment




Armlet, bejuco
Sung-ub'

Armlet, boar tusk
Ab-kil'

Bag, flint and steel
Pal-ma-ting'-un

Bag, tobacco, cloth
Cho'-kao

Bag, tobacco, bladder carabao or hog
Fi-chong'

Bag, tobacco, bladder deer
Ka'-tat

Beads, string of
A-pong'

Beads, dog tooth
Sa-ong

Beads, seed, black
Gu-sao'


Beads, seed, blue gray
At-lok-ku'-i

Beads, red agate
Si'-lung

Beads, white, large
Fo'-kus

Blanket
E-wis' or pi'-tay

Blanket, girl's
Kud-pas'

Blanket, black, white stripes
Fa-yi-ong'

Blanket, blue
Pi-nag-pa'-gan

Blanket, used to carry baby on back
I-fan'

Blanket, white, blue stripes
Fan-cha'-la

Blanket, white, wide blue stripes
Ti-na'-pi

Breechcloth
Wa'-nis

Breechcloth, bark, red
Ti-nan'-agt

Breechcloth, bark, white
So'-put

Breechcloth, bark, white, burial
Chi-nang-ta'

Breechcloth, blue
Fa'-a

Breechcloth, blue, small stripes
Bi-no-slun'

Breechcloth, woman's menstruation
Fa'-la

Ear plug or ear stretcher
Su-wip'

Earring, three varieties
Sing-sing, i-pit, sing-ut'

Girdle, man's, chain
Ka'-ching

Girdle, man's, bejuco rope
Ka'-kot

Girdle, man's, bejuco string
I-kit'

Girdle, man's, fiber
Song-kit-an'

Girdle, woman's
Wa'-kis

Girdle, woman's, bustle-like
A-ko'-san

Hair, false
Fo-bo-ok'

Hat, man's
Suk'-lang

Hat, man's fez-shaped, of Bontoc pueblo
Ti-no-od'

Hat, man's rain
Seg-fi'

Hat, sleeping
Kut'-lao

Headcloth, burial
To-chong'

Jacket, woman's
La-ma

Necklace, boar tusk
Fu-yay'-ya

Neck ring, brass
Bang-gu

Pipe
Fo-bang'-a

Pipe, clay
Ki-na-lo'-sab

Pipe, brass "anito"
Tin-ak-ta'-go

Pipe, smooth cast metal
Pin-e-po-yong'

Rain protector, woman's
Tug-wi'

Rain protector, camote leaf
Ang-el'

Shell, mother-of-pearl, worn at waist by men
Fi-kum'

Shirt, man's blue burial
Los-a'-dan

Shirt, man's blue burial, red and yellow threads
A-ni'-wis

Skirt, woman's burial
Kay-in'

Skirt, cotton
Lu-fid' i kad-pas

Skirt, cotton, Bognen
Qa'-bou

Skirt, fiber
Pi-tay'

Skirt, made of falatong
Lu-fid'

Skirt, twine of
Mi-no'-kan

Tattoo
Fa'-tek

Tattoo, arm
Pong'-o

Tattoo, breast
Chak-lag'




Foods and Beverages




Beverage, fermented rice
Ta-pu'-i

Beverage, fermented rice, ferment of
Fu-fud

Beverage, fermented sugar cane
Ba'-si

Beverage, fermented sugar cane, ferment of
Tub-fig'

Beverage, fermented vegetables and meats
Sa-fu-eng'

Food, beans and rice
Sib-fan'

Food, camotes and rice
Ke-le'-ke

Food, locusts and rice
Pi-na-lat'

Food, preserved meat
It-tag'

Salt
Si-mut

Salt, cake of
Luk'-sa



Weapons, Utensils, Etc.




Ax, battle
Pi'-tong

Ax, cutting edge of
To-pek'

Ax, handle of
Pa-lik'

Ax, handle, bejuco ferrule of
Tok'-no

Ax, handle, iron ferrule of
Ka-lo'-lot

Ax, handle, top point of blade of
Pow-wit'

Ax, working tool
Wa'-say

Ax, working tool, blade turned as adz
Sa'-ka

Ax, working tool, handle of
Pa-ka'-cha

Basket, baby's food bottle
Tuk-to'-pil

Basket, ceremonial, chicken
Fi-ki'

Basket, dinner
To'-pil

Basket, fish
Kot-ten'

Basket, fish, small
Fak-king'

Basket, gangsa
Fa'-i si gang'-sa

Basket, grasshopper
I-wus'

Basket, house, holding about a peck
Fa-lo'-ko

Basket, man's carrying
Ka-lu'-pit

Basket, man's dirt
Ko-chuk-kod'

Basket, man's dirt scoop
Tak-o-chug'

Basket, man's transportation
Ki-ma'-ta

Basket, man's transportation, handle of
Pa'-tang

Basket, man's traveling
Sang'-i

Basket, man's traveling, with rain-proof covering (so-called "head
basket")
Fang'-ao

Basket, salt
Fa-ni'-ta

Basket, side, small, for tobacco
A-ku'-pan

Basket, spoon
So'-long

Basket, threshed rice
Ko'-lug

Basket, tobacco, small
Ka-lu'-pit

Basket, woman's rum
Ag-ka-win'

Basket, woman's transportation
Lu'-wa

Basket, woman's transportation, large
Tay-ya-an'

Basket, woman's vegetable
A-fo-fang

Basket, woman's vegetable scoop
Sug-fi'

Bellows
Op-op'

Bellows, piston of
Dot-dot'

Bellows, tube of, to fire
To-bong'

Bird scarer, carabao horn
Kong-ok'

Box, small wooden, for hair grease
Tug-tug'-no

Chair, for corpse
Sung-a'-chil

Coffin
A-lo'-ang

Deadfall, for wild hogs
Il-tib'


Dish, small wooden
Chu'-yu

Dish, small wooden, bowl-shaped
Suk-ong'

Drumstick
Pat-tong'

Fire machine, bamboo
Co-li'-li

Fire machine, flint and steel
Pal-ting'

Fire machine, flint and steel, cotton used with as tinder
A-mek'

Gong, bronze
Gang'-sa

Gong, bronze (two varieties)
Ka'-los, Co-ong'-an

Gourd, large bejuco-bound, for meat
Fa'-lay

Head pad, woman's, for supporting load on head
Ki'-kan

Jews-harp, wooden
Ab-a'-fu

Jug, gourd, for basi
Tak-ing'

Knife, man's small
Ki-pan'

Ladle, common wooden, for rice
Fa'-nu

Ladle, gourd
Ki-ud

Ladle, narrow wooden
Fak-ong'

Loom
In-a-fu'-i

Mortar, double, for threshing rice
Lu-song'

Needle
Cha-kay'-yum

Net, grasshopper
Se-chok'

Olla, roughly spherical jar
Fang'-a

Olla, more paralleled-side jar
Fu-o-foy'

Olla, preserved meat
Tu-u'-nan

Paddle, olla-molding
Pip-i

Pail, wooden, for feeding pigs
Kak-wan'

Pestle, rice
Al'-o

Pit-fall, for hogs
Fi'-to

Plate, eating, of braided bamboo
Ki'-ug

Scarecrows
Pa-chek', ki'-lao

Scarecrows, water power, line of
Pi-chug'

Scarecrows, water power, wood in rapids
Pit-ug'

Sieve, rice
A-ka'-ug

Snare, wild chicken
Shi'-ay

Snare, spring, bird
Si-sim' and Ling-an'

Snare, spring, wild chicken and cat
Kok-o'-lang

Spear
Fal-feg'

Spear, blade of
Tu'-fay

Spear, blade, barbless
Fang'-kao

Spear, blade, many-barbed
Si-na-la-wi'-tan

Spear, blade, single-barbed
Fal-feg'

Spear, blade
Kay-yan'

Spoon, large wooden, for drinking
Tug-on'

Spoon, large wooden, for pig's feed
Ka-od'

Spoon, small wooden, for eating
I-chus'

Stick, soil-turning
Kay-kay

Stick, woman's camote
Su-wan'

Sweep runo, for catching birds
Ka-lib'

Tattooing instrument
Cha-kay'-yum

Torch
Si-lu'

Trap, fish, funnel, large
O-kat'

Trap, fish, funnel, small
Ob-o'-fu

Trap, fish, scoop
Ko-yug'

Trap, wild-cat
Fa-wang'

Tray, winnowing
Lig-o'

Trough, for salt at Mayinit
Ko-long'-ko

Tube, for basi
Fu-us

Whetstone
A-san'




Home and Field




Canal, irrigating
A'-lak

Council house for men
Fa'-wi

Council house, open court of
Chi-la'

Council house, open court of, posts in
Po-si'

Council house, roofed portion of
Tung-fub'

Council house, closed room of
A'-fo

Council house, closed room, doorway of
Pan-tu

Council house, closed room, fireplace of
A-ni-chu'-an

Council house, closed room, floor of
Chap-ay'

Council house, wall of
To-ping

Dam, in river
Lung-ud'

Dormitory, boys'
Pa-ba-fu'-nan

Dormitory, girls'
O'-lag

Dwelling
A'-fong

Dwelling, better class of
Fay'-u

Dwelling, better class, aisle in
Cha-la'-nan

Dwelling, better class, door of
Tang-ib

Dwelling, better class, first room on left of aisle
Chap-an'

Dwelling, better class, second room on left of aisle
Cha-le-ka-nan' si mo-o'-to

Dwelling, better class, sleeping room of
Ang-an'

Dwelling, better class, small recesses at ends of sleeping room
Kub-kub

Dwelling, better class, stationary shelf in
Chuk'-so

Dwelling, poorer class
Kat-yu'-fong

Fence, garden
A'-lad

Granary
A-lang'

Lands, public
Pag-pag'

Sementera, rice
Pay-yo'

Sementera, abandoned
Nud-yun a pay-yo'

Sementera, large, producing more than five cargoes
Pay-yo' chuk-chuk'-wag

Sementera, small, producing less than five cargoes
Pay-yo' ay fa-nig

Sementera, irrigated by hand
Pay-yo' a kao-u'-chan

Sementera, unirrigated mountain
Fo-ag'

Sementera, used as seed bed
Pad-cho-kan'

Stones, groups of in pueblo, said to be places to rest and talk
O-bub-fu'-nan

Troughs, irrigation
Ta-la'-kan

Troughs, irrigation, scaffolding of
To-kod'

Walls, sementera
Fa-ning'



Animals




Ant, large black
Ku'-sim

Ant, large red
A-lala-sang'

Ant, large red, pincers of
Ken'-ang

Ant, small red
Fu'-wis

Bedbug
Ki'-teb

Bee
Yu'-kan

Bee, wax of
A-tid'

Bird
Ay-ay'-am

Butterfly, large
Fi-no-lo-fo'-lo

Butterfly, small
Ak-a'-kop

Carabao
No-ang'


Carabao, backbone of
Tig-tig-i'

Carabao, body of
Po'-to

Carabao bull
Tot'-o

Carabao calf
I-na-nak' ay no-ang'

Carabao cow
Kam-bat'-yan

Carabao cow, udder of
So'-so

Carabao, dew claw of
Pa-king-i'

Carabao, foot of
Ko'-kod

Carabao, fore leg of
Kong-kong'-o ay pang-u-lo

Carabao, forequarters of
Pang-u-lo

Carabao, hair of
Tot-chut'

Carabao, hind leg of
Kong-kong'-o ay o-chi-chi'

Carabao, horn of
Sa-kod'

Carabao, white mark on neck of
La-fang'

Carabao, point of shoulder of
Mok-mok-ling pang-u-lo

Carabao, rear quarters of
O-chi-chi'

Carabao, rump of
Ba-long'-a

Carabao, tail of
I'-pus

Carabao, wild
Ay-ya-wan'

Caterpillar
Ge'-cheng

Chicken
Mo-nok'

Chicken, cock
Kao-wi'-tan

Chicken, cock, spur of
Pa-ging-i'

Chicken, cock, wild
Sa'-fug

Chicken, comb of
Ba-long-a-bing'

Chicken, crop of
Fi-chong'

Chicken, ear lobe of, white
Ko-weng'

Chicken, egg
Et-log'

Chicken, foot of
Go-mot'

Chicken, gall of
Ak-ko'

Chicken, gizzard of
Fit-li'

Chicken, heart of
Leng-ag'

Chicken, hen
Mang-a'-lak

Chicken, leg of
Pu-yong' or o-po'

Chicken, liver of
A'-ti

Chicken, mandible of
To-kay'

Chicken, pullet
Chi'-sak

Chicken, stomach of
Fu-ang'

Chicken, tail of
Ga-tod'

Chicken, toe of
Ga'-wa

Chicken, toe nail of
Ko-ko'

Chicken, wattles of
Ba-long-a-bing'

Chicken, wing of
Pay-yok'

Chicken, young
Im'-pas

Crab
Ag-ka'-ma

Crab (found in sementeras)
Song'-an

Cricket
Fil-fil'-ting

Crow
Gay-yang

Deer
Og'-sa

Dog
A'-su

Dog, male
La-la'-ki ay a'-su

Dog, female
Fa-fay'-i ay a'-su

Dog, puppy
O-ken'

Dragon fly
Lang-fay'-an

Fish, large, 3 to 5 feet long
Cha-lit'

Fish, 6 to 10 inches long
Li'-ling


Fish, small
Ka-cho'

Flea
Ti'-lang

Fly (house fly)
La'-lug

Hawk
La-fa'-an

Hog
Fu-tug'

Hog, barrow
Na-fit-li'-an

Hog, boar
Bu'-a

Hog, boar, tusk of
Tang-o'-fu

Hog, sow
O-go'

Hog, wild
La'-man or fang'-o

Hog, young
A-mug'

Horse
Ka-fay'-o

Horse, colt
I-na-nak' ay ka-fay'-o

Horse, mare
Fa-fay'-i ay ka-fay'-o

Horse, stallion
La-la'-ki ay ka-fay'-o

Lizard
Fa-ni'-as

Locust
Cho'-chon

Locust, young, without wings
O-non

Louse
Ko'-to

Louse, nit
I'-lit

Maggot
Fi'-kis

Monkey
Ka-ag'

Mosquito
Tip'-kan

Mouse
Cho-cho'

Owl
Ko-op'

Rat
O-tot'

Snail, in river
Ko'-ti

Snail, in sementera (three mollusks)
Kit-an', Fing'-a, Lis'-chug

Snake
O-wug'

Spider
Ka-wa'

Wasp
A-tin-fa-u'-kan

Wild-cat
In'-yao

Wild-cat (so called)
Si'-le, co'-lang

Worm
Ka-lang'



Vegetal Life




Bamboo
Ka-way'-gan

Bamboo, used for baskets
A'-nis

Bamboo, used to tie bunches of palay
Fi'-ka

Bamboo, used to tie bunches of palay, fiber of
Ping-el

Banana
Fa'-lat

Banana, green variety
Sa-ging

Banana, yellow variety
Mi-nay'-ang

Bark
Sip-sip

Bark, from which brown fiber is made
Lay-i'

Bark, inner, for spinning
Ko-pa'-nit

Bean, black and gray
I'-tab

Bean, black, small
Ba-la'-tong

Bean, pale green, small
Ka'-lap

Bejuco (rattan)
Wu-e

Bud
Fo'-a

Camote
To-ki'


Camote, blossom of
Tup-kao'

Camote, red, two varieties
Si'-sig, Pit-ti'-kan

Camote vine
Fi-na-li'-ling

Camote, white, six varieties
Li-no'-ko, Pa-to'-ki, Ki'-nub fa-fay'-i, Pi-i-nit', Ki-weng',
Tang-tang-lab'

Flower
Feng'-a

Forest
Pag-pag

Fruit
Fi-kus'-na

Leaf
To-fo'-na

Limb, tree
Pang'-a

Maize
Pi'-ki

Millet
Sa'-fug

Millet, dark grain, "black"
Pi-ting'-an

Millet, white, three varieties
Mo-di', Poy-ned', Si-nang'-a

Plant, cultivated for spinning fiber
Pu-ug'

Plant, wild, fiber gathered for spinning
A-pas

Plant, wild, fiber of above
Las-las'

Rice
Pa-ku'

Rice, beard of
Fo-ok'

Rice, boiled
Mak-an'

Rice, head of
Sin-lu'-wi

Rice, kernel of
I-ta'

Rice, red varieties, smooth
Chay-yet'-it, Gu-mik'-i

Rice, red variety, bearded
Fo-o'-kan

Rice, roots of
Tad-lang'

Rice, shelled grain
Fi-na-u'

Rice, stalk of
Pang-ti-i'

Rice, white, four varieties
Ti'-pa, Ga'-sang, Pu-i-a-pu'-i, Tu'-peng

Root, of plant
La-mot'

Runo
Lu'-lo

Squash
Ka-lib-as'

Tree
Kay'-o, cha-pon'

Tree, dead
Na-lu'-yao

Tree, knot on
Ping-i'

Tree, stump of
Tung-ed'

Vine, wild, from which fiber for spinning is gathered
Fa-ay'-i

Wood, from which pipes are made, three varieties
Ga-sa'-tan, La-no'-ti, Gi-gat'

Wood, fire
May-i-su'-wo

Wood, fire, pitch pine
Kay'-o

Wood, fire, from all other trees
Cha'-pung




Verbs




Burn, to
Fin-mi'-chan

Come (imperative)
A-li-ka'

Cut, to
Ku-ke'-chun

Die, to
Ma-ti'

Drink, to
U-mi-num'

Eat, to
Mang-an'; ka-kan'

Get heads, to
Na-ma'-kil

Get up, to
Fo-ma-ong'

Go, I
Um-i-ak'

Hear, to
Chung-nen'

Kill, to
Na-fa'-kug

Run, to
In-tug'-tug

Sit down, to
Tu-muck'-chu

Sleep, to
Ma-si-yip'

Steal, to
Mang-a-qu'

Talk, to
En-ka-li'

Wake, to
Ma-na'-lun



Adjectives




All
Am-in'

Bad
An-an-a-lut' or ngag

Black
In-ni'-tit

Good
Cug-a-wis'

Large
Chuk-chuk'-i

Lazy
Sang-a-an'

Long
An-cho'

Many
Ang-san

Red
Lang-at'

Small
Fan-ig'

White
Im-po'-kan

Yellow
Fa-king-i



Adverbs




Here
Is'-na

No
A-di'

There
Is'-chi

Yes
Ay



Cardinal Numerals




1
I-sa'

2
Chu'-wa

3
To-lo'

4
I-pat'

5
Li-ma'

6
I-nim'

7
Pi-to'

8
Wa-lo'

9
Si-am'

10
Sim po'-o

11
Sim po'-o ya i-sa'

12
Sim po'-o ya chu'-wa

13
Sim po'-o ya to-lo'

14
Sim po'-o ya i-pat'

15
Sim po'-o ya li-ma'

16
Sim po'-o ya i-nim

17
Sim po'-o ya pi-to'

18
Sim po'-o ya wa-lo'

19
Sim po'-o ya si-am'

20
Chu-wan po'-o

21
Chu-wan po'-o ya i-sa'

30
To-lon' po'-o

31
To-lon' po'-o ya i-sa'

40
I-pat' po'-o

41
I-pat' po'-o ya i-sa'

50
Li-man' po'-o

51
Li-man' po'-o ya i-sa'

60
I-nim' po'-o

61
I-nim' po'-o ya i-sa'

70
Pi-ton' po'-o

71
Pi-ton' po'-o ya i-sa'

80
Wa-lon' po'-o

81
Wa-lon' po'-o ya i-sa'

90
Si-am' ay po'-o

91
Si-am' ay po'-o ya i-sa'

100
La-sot' or Sin la-sot'

101
Sin la-sot' ya i-sa'

102
Sin la-sot' ya chu'-wa

200
Chu'-wan la-sot'

201
Chu'-wan la-sot' ya i-sa'

300
To-lon' la-sot'

301
To-lon' la-sot' ya i-sa'

400
I-pat' la-sot'

401
I-pat' la-sot' ya i-sa'

500
Li-man' la-sot'

501
Li-man' la-sot' ya i-sa'

600
I-nim' la-sot'

601
I-nim' la-sot' ya i-sa'

700
Pi-ton' la-sot'

701
Pi-ton' la-sot' ya i-sa'

800
Wa-lon' la-sot'

801
Wa-lon' la-sot' ya i-sa'

900
Si-am' ay la-sot'

901
Si-am' ay la-sot' ya i-sa'

1,000
Sin li'-fo

1,001
Sin li'-fo ya i-sa'

1,100
Sin li'-fo ya sin la-sot'

1,200
Sin li'-fo ya chu'-wan la-sot'

1,300
Sin li'-fo ya to-lon' la-sot'

1,400
Sin li'-fo ya i-pat' la-sot'

1,500
Sin li'-fo ya li-man' la-sot'

1,600
Sin li'-fo ya i-nim' la-sot'

1,700
Sin li'-fo ya pi-ton' la-sot'

1,800
Sin li'-fo ya wa-lon' la-sot'

1,900
Sin li'-fo ya si-am' la-sot'

2,000
Chu'-wa ay li'-fo

3,000
To-loy' li'-fo

4,000
I-pat' li'-fo

5,000
Li-may' li'-fo

6,000
I-nim' li'-fo

7,000
Pi-ton' li'-fo

8,000
Wa-lon' li'-fo

9,000
Si-am' ay li'-fo

10,000
Sin po'-oy li'-fo

11,000
Sin po'-o ya i-sang ay li'-fo

12,000
Sin po'-o ya nan chu'-wa li'-fo

[49]13,000
Sin po'-o ya nan to'-lo li'fo



Ordinal Numerals[50]




First
Ma-ming'-san

Second
Ma-mid-du'-a

Third
Ma-mit-lo'

Fourth
Mang-i-pat'

Fifth
Mang-a-li-ma'

Sixth
Mang-a-nim'

Seventh
Mang-a-pi-to'

Eighth
Mang-a-wa-lo'

Ninth


 


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