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Counting in Mapudungun

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Language overview

Forty-two in Mapudungun The Mapudungun language (Mapuzugun), also known as Mapudungu, Mapuche, or Araucanian, belongs to the Araucanian family of the South American Indian languages family, while being sometimes considered as a language isolate too. Spoken in south-central Chile and west central Argentina by the Mapuche people, it counts about 200,000 speakers.

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

Mapudungun numbers list

  • 1 – kiñe
  • 2 – epu
  • 3 – küla
  • 4 – meli
  • 5 – kechu
  • 6 – kayu
  • 7 – reqle
  • 8 – pura
  • 9 – aylla
  • 10 – mari
  • 11 – mari kiñe
  • 12 – mari epu
  • 13 – mari küla
  • 14 – mari meli
  • 15 – mari kechu
  • 16 – mari kayu
  • 17 – mari reqle
  • 18 – mari pura
  • 19 – mari aylla
  • 20 – epu mari
  • 30 – küla mari
  • 40 – meli mari
  • 50 – kechu mari
  • 60 – kayu mari
  • 70 – reqle mari
  • 80 – pura mari
  • 90 – aylla mari
  • 100 – kiñe pataka
  • 1,000 – kiñe warangka

Mapudungun numbering rules

  • Digits from zero to nine are specific words, namely sero [0], kiñe [1], epu [2], küla [3], meli [4], kechu [5], kayu [6], reqle [7], pura [8], and aylla [9].
  • The tens are built by putting the ten multiplier digit before the word for ten (mari), except for ten itself: mari [10], epu mari [20], küla mari [30], meli mari [40], kechu mari [50]…
  • The compound numbers are built by following the ten by the unit, separated with a space (e.g.: küla mari kechu [35], reqle mari pura [78]).
  • The word for hundred is pataka, one thousand is warangka: both are loan words from Quechua. Compound numbers with hundreds and thousands are built by setting the multiplier, then a space and the scale name, but can be omitted when the multiplier is one (e.g.: (kiñe) pataka [100], epu pataka [200], (kiñe) warangka [1,000], epu warangka mari [2,010]).

Books

A Grammar of MapucheA Grammar of Mapuche
by , editors Walter de Gruyter (2008)
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Mapudungun (Languages of the world)Mapudungun (Languages of the world)
by , editors Lincom Europa (2000)
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Diccionario Mapuche-Castellano, Castellano-MapucheDiccionario Mapuche-Castellano, Castellano-Mapuche
by , editors Guadal (2003)
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Diccionario Linguistico-Etnografico de La Lengua MapucheDiccionario Linguistico-Etnografico de La Lengua Mapuche
by , editors Andres Bello (1996)
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Parlons mapuche : la langue des AraucansParlons mapuche : la langue des Araucans
by , editors L’Harmattan (2005)
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