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Like most Jivaroan languages, Huambisa does not have many number words (really only four.) It is possible to count to high numbers in Huambisa, but only by using long compound words combining the words for one through four with "hand" (uwej.) Today, most Huambisa people use Spanish numerals to count higher than five.
|uwejan chikichkinak amua
|junia uwejan chikichkinak iraku
|junia uwejan jimaran iraku
|junia uwejan kampatum iraku
|junia uwejan aintuk aintuk iraku
|uwejan mai amua
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