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Aguaruna Counting Worksheet

Like most Jivaroan languages, Aguaruna does not have many number words (really only four.) It is possible to count to high numbers in Aguaruna, but only by using long compound words combining the words for one through four with "hand" (uwej) and "foot" (dawe.) Today, most Aguaruna people use Spanish numerals to count higher than five.

Aguaruna language pronunciation guide

bakichik
jimaj
kampatum
ipaksumat
uweja amua
juin uwejan bakichik ijaku
juin uwejan jimajan ijaku
juin uwejan kampatum ijaku
juin uwejan ipaksumat ijaku
mai uwejan amuau




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