**Cardinal Numbers**

Numerals are listed in the following table:

Araki | English |
---|---|

mo hese |
'one' |

mo dua |
'two' |

mo rolu |
'three' |

mo v̼ari |
'four' |

mo lim̼a |
'five' |

mo haion(o) |
'six' |

mo haip̼iru |
'seven' |

mo haualu |
'eight' |

mo haisua |
'nine' |

mo sagavul(u) |
'ten' |

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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