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11 juwan emu 12 „ juew 13 „ ilan 14 „ duin 15 tofohon 16 juwan ninggun, etc 20 orin 21 orin emu, etc 30 gusin 40 dehi 50 susai 60 ninju 70 nadanju 80 jakūnju 90 uyunju 100 tanggū 101 tanggū emu 200 juwe tanggū 300 ilan tanggū, etc. 1000 minggan 10000 tumen 100000 juwan tumen 1000000 tanggū tumen  The Ordinal Numerals are formed by adding ci to the cardinals, dropping a final n except in juwan ten and tumen ten thousand, in which two the n is part of the root:
The first uju, ujui, ujuci, tuktan, emuci, the very first ujui uju, niongnio, bonggo.
The second jai, jaici, juweci.
The third ilaci The fourth duici The fifth sunjaci The sixth ningguci The seventh nadaci The eighth jakūci The ninth uyuci The tenth juwanci The eleventh juwan emuci The hundredth tanggūci The thousandth minggaci The ten thousandth tumenci. For the days of the month and for the months and years other expressions are in use: the first day of the month ice; the first month tob biya (正月); the first year (of an emperor's reign) sucungga aniya (元年); the 3rd day of the 3rd moon ilangga inenggi; the 7th day of the 7th month nadangga inenggi; the 16th day of the 1st moon niohun; the 11th moon omšon biya; the 12th month jorgon biya.
The first of 2 or 3 sons is udan, the second jacin.
 Distributive Numerals are formed by adding ta, te, to, to the cardinals, final n being dropped as with the ordinal numerals (except in juwan 10 and tumen 10000).
one by one emte (for emute) by twos juwete „ threes itata „ fours duite „ fives sunjata „ sixes ninggute „ sevens nadata by 8 jakūta „ 9 uyute „ 10 juwanta „ 15 tofohoto „ 20 orita „ 30 gūsita „ 40 dehite by 50 susaita. „ 60 ninjute. „ 70 nadanjuta (te). „ 80 jakūnjute. „ 90 uyunjute. „ 100 tanggūta. „ 1000 minggata. „ 10000 tumente. „ several udute.  Fractional numerals: dulin, dulga, andala, tubi, dulimba, hontoho half; 1/4 duin ci emu; 1/3 ilan ci emu.
 Multiplicative Numerals are formed by adding ubu or rsu (ursu) to the cardinals with elision of final n (except as above in juwan and tumen):
 single emursu, emu ubu;
 double jursu, juwe ubu, ubui: ubui fulu (twice as much), juru, bakcin;