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m - ‘four’
m m four each
mò ‘five’
mò muò five each
trók ‘six’
trók trók six each
tíyì ‘seven’
tíyì tíyì seven each
t ‘eight’
tzù t eight each
t ‘nine’
tkù t nine each
t ‘ten’
trò t ten each
However, some native speakers do not repeat the full form of cardinal numeral to form distributives but repeat only the final syllable of the cardinal numeral as shown in case of ‘one each’, ‘two each’ and ‘three each’ etc.

m  ò four each
mòò five each
trók rók six each
tíyì  í seven each
tzà zà eight each
tkùkù nine each
t ten each
  3.11.4. Fractionals :
  Following are the fractional in Lotha.
1. pà one pav
2. ch half
3. ech mch quarter
4. ch mótsàsì ch one in a quarter
5. mch one fourth
6. mótsàsì mch one and one fourth
7. nìsì mch two and one fourth
In order to denote doubling of the numerals like twice, thrice etc. following forms are used. These forms are obtained by prefixing yáncò to the basic cardinal numerals.

1. yáncò twice
2. yáncò thm thrice
3. yáncò m four time
4. yáncò mò  five times
5. yáncò tirók six times
6. yáncò tíyì seven times
7. yáncò t eight times
8. yáncò t nine times
9. yáncò tárò ten times
  3.13. Adjective : General remarks :
  An adjective is a word which qualified a noun. In Lotha, adjective follows the noun.


pnóy mhm          good teacher

teacher good

If a quantifier or number marker is added, it will be added to the adjective and not to the noun,

pnóy mhm-tn      good teachers

teacher good

frò mhm c         good dogs

dog good pl.








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