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Counting in Cocama

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Language overview

Forty-two in Cocama Cocama (Kokáma), also known as cocama-cocamilla, is an indigenous language that belongs to the Tupian language family, and more precisely to the Tupi-guarani group. Spoken by the Cocamas people in western South America along the banks of the Northeastern lower Ucayali, lower Marañón, and Huallaga rivers and in neighboring areas of Brazil and an isolated area in Colombia, it counts about 2,000 speakers.

Due to lack of data, this program can only count accurately up to 9,999 in Cocama. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Cocama numbers list

  • 1 – huepe
  • 2 – mucuica
  • 3 – mutsapɨrɨca
  • 4 – iruaca
  • 5 – pichca
  • 6 – socta
  • 7 – cansi
  • 8 – pusa
  • 9 – iscun
  • 10 – chunga
  • 11 – chunga huepe
  • 12 – chunga mucuica
  • 13 – chunga mutsapɨrɨca
  • 14 – chunga iruaca
  • 15 – chunga pichca
  • 16 – chunga socta
  • 17 – chunga cansi
  • 18 – chunga pusa
  • 19 – chunga iscun
  • 20 – mucuica chunga
  • 30 – mutsapɨrɨca chunga
  • 40 – iruaca chunga
  • 50 – pichca chunga
  • 60 – socta chunga
  • 70 – cansi chunga
  • 80 – pusa chunga
  • 90 – iscun chunga
  • 100 – pacha
  • 1,000 – huaranga

Cocama numbering rules

  • Digits from one to nine are specific words: huepe [1], mucuica [2], mutsapɨrɨca [3], iruaca [4], pichca [5], socta [6], cansi [7], pusa [8], and iscun [9].
  • Tens are formed by stating the multiplier unit before the word for ten (chunga), except for ten itself: chunga [10], mucuica chunga [20], mutsapɨrɨca chunga [30], iruaca chunga [40], pichca chunga [50], socta chunga [60], cansi chunga [70], pusa chunga [80], and iscun chunga [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed by stating the ten, then the unit digit separated with a space (e.g.: chunga huepe [11], pichca chunga socta [56]).
  • Hundreds are formed by stating the multiplier digit before the word for hundred (pacha), except for one hundred: pacha [100], mucuica pacha [200], mutsapɨrɨca pacha [300], iruaca pacha [400], pichca pacha [500], socta pacha [600], cansi pacha [700], pusa pacha [800], and iscun pacha [900].
  • Thousands are formed by stating the multiplier digit before the word for thousand (huaranga), except for one thousand: huaranga [1,000], mucuica huaranga [2,000], mutsapɨrɨca huaranga [3,000], iruaca huaranga [4,000], pichca huaranga [5,000], socta huaranga [6,000], cansi huaranga [7,000], pusa huaranga [8,000], and iscun huaranga [9,000].

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