Numerals are listed in the following table:
|mo sagavul comana mo hese||'evelen'|
|mo sagavul comana mo dua||'twelve'|
|mo gavul dua||'twenty'|
|mo gavul dua mo hese||'twenty one'|
|mo gavul rolu||'thirty'|
|mo gavul haip̼iru||'seventy'|
|mo gavul sagavulu||'one hundred'|
|mo gavul sagavulu mo sagavulu||'one hundred and ten'|
|mo gavul sagavulu dua||'two hundred'|
|mo gavul sagavulu sagavulu||'one thousand'|
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