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Easy Way To Learn Bugis Language: A Numeric Number

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(Cara Mudah Belajar Bahasa Bugis)

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Knowing The Numeric Number in Bugis Language
"Let's to learn Bugis Language. In this session, we will review something about numeral. Some example will be served to you for knowing this easily. Tips and trick with a certain pattern is also given. finally, what are writing in this article, can give us more advantage."
Welcome back to this Tips and Trick in Easy Way about how to learn Bugis Language. The topic at this session is “Knowing A Numeric Number in Bugis Language” Generally, number in many languages has no different. There are ten basic number alphabets from 0 to 9. For details, it will be viewed as follow:Selamat datang kembali pada Tips dan Trik tentang cara mudah bagaimana belajar Bahasa bugis. Pembahasan utapa pada bagian ini adalah “mengenal angka dalam bahasa bugis. Secara umum, angka pada setiap bahasa itu sama. Ada 10 angka dasar yang dimulai dari 0 hingga 9. Untuk lebih jelasnya, akan dibahas sebagai berikut:
Number In
English
In
Bugis
In
Indonesia
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
100
Zero
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
One hundred

Tens
Hundreds
Thousands
Millions
Billion
nol /nolo/
seddi /seddi/ or sé /sə/
dua /dua/
téllu / təllu/
éppa /əppa/ or pata /pata/
lima /lima/
énnéng /ənnəŋ/
pitu /pi:tu/
aruwa /aruwa/
asera /ase:ra/
séppulo / səppulo/
siratu /si:ratu/

pulo /pulo/
ratu /ratu/
sebbu /səbbu/
juta /juta/
Milliyar /milliyare/
Nol
Satu
Dua
Tiga
Empat
Lima
Enam
Tujuh
Delapan
Sembilan
Sepuluh
Seratus

Puluh
Ratus
Ribu
Juta
Milyar

Note

The Use of Seddi, se /se/ and eppa /eppa/ and pata /pata/
1. seddi /seddi/ is used for a single numeric. Se /se/, it will be se /se/ in dozen numeric and be si /si/ in a hundreds, thousands or millions numeric.
2. Eppa /eppa/, it will be eppa in single numeric and be pata /pata/ in a dozens, hundreds, thousands or million numeric.

It’s also important to know the number in tens digit (dozens), hundreds,  thousands, million in Bugis Language. What is the easy way or tips and trick to know this type in Bugis Language? Therefore, I will give a certain pattern to make easier our comprehension.

Dozens Numeric


The formula is:

First Number1 + pulo + (na) + second number2

As illustration, let me choose the number of “11”. The first number is 1 and the last number is 1. Other example, for “29”, The first number is 2 and the last number is 9.

Example:
11 ==>
1 + pulo + 1 
se + pulo + seddi
séppulo seddi ‘eleven’

12 ==>
1 + pulo + 2
Se + pulo + seddi 
séppulo seddi ‘twelve’

59 ==>
5 + pulo + 9
lima + pulo + asera
lima pulo asera ‘fifty nine’

Hundreds Numeric


The formula for this, is:

Number1 + ratu + Number2 + pulo + (na) +  Number3

As illustration let me choose the number of “123”. The first number is 1, the second number is 2 and the third number is 3.

For example:

152 (one hundred and fifty two)
1 + ratu + 5 + pulo + 2
si ratu lima ppulo dua

289 (two hundred and eighty nine)
2 + ratu + 8 + pulo + 9
dua ratu arua

Thousands Numeric


The formula for this, is:

Number1 + sebbu + Number 2 + ratu + number3 + pulo + (na) + number4

As illustration let me choose the number of “1234”. The first number is 1, the second number is 2 , the third number is 3 and the last number is 4.

For example:
1541 (one thousand fifty hundreds and forty one)

1 + sebbu + 5 + ratu + 4 + pulo + 1
Read : si sebbu lima ratu pata ppulo seddi

Note:

na /na/ will be omitted when preceded by a number from 1 to 5. More than these number, it will be not omitted

Catatan:

Penggunaan Seddi, se /se/ dan eppa /eppa/, pata /pata/
1. seddi /seddi/ digunakan untuk angka tunggal se /se/ dapat menjadi se /se/ dalam angka puluhan dan menjadi si /si/ in dalam angka ratusan, ribuan dan jutaan.
2. Eppa /eppa/, it will be eppa in dozen numeric and be pata /pata/ dalam angka puluhan, ratusan, ribuan dan jutaan.

Sangat penting untuk mengetahui angka dalam puluhan, ratusan, ribuan dan jutaan dalam Bahasa Bugis. Nah, bagaimana cara mudah atau tips dan triknya untuk mengenal penggunaan angka dalam Bahasa Bugis? Oleh karena itu, Saya akan memberikan pola / rumus tertentu agar lebih memudahkan pemahaman kita.

Angka Puluhan


Rumus polanya adalah:

Angka 1+ pulo + (na) + Angka2

Sebagai ilustrasi, kita pilih satu angka yaitu "11". angka pertama dari angka tersebut adalah 1 dan angka kedua adalah 1. Contoh lain, 29, angka pertama adalah 2 dan angka terakhir adalah 9.

Contoh:
11 ==>
1 + pulo + 1 
se + pulo + seddi
séppulo seddi ‘eleven’

12 ==>
1 + pulo + 2
Se + pulo + seddi 
séppulo seddi ‘twelve’

59 ==>
5 + pulo + 9
lima + pulo + asera
lima pulo asera ‘fifty nine’

Angka Ratusan


Pola Rumusnya adalah:

Angka 1+ ratu + Angka2 + pulo + (na) +  Angka3

Sebagai gambaran, kita pilih angka 123. angka pertama adalah 1, kedua adalah 2 dan ketiga adalah 3.

Contoh:

152 (one hundred and fifty two)
1 + ratu + 5 + pulo + 2
si ratu lima ppulo dua

289 (two hundred and eighty nine)
2 + ratu + 8 + pulo + 9
dua ratu arua

Angka Ribuan


Pola rumusnya adalah:

Angka1 + sebbu + Angka2 + ratu + Angka3 + pulo + (na) + Angka4

Sebagai ilustrasi, mari kita pilih satu angka yaitu 1234. Angka pertama adalah 1, angka kedua adalah 2, angka ketiga adalah 3 dan angka keempat adalah 4.

Contoh:
1541 (Seribu lima ratus empat puluh satu)

1 + sebbu + 5 + ratu + 4 + pulo + 1
Read : si sebbu lima ratu pata ppulo seddi

Catatan:
na /na/ will be omitted when preceded by a number from 1 to 5. More than these number, it will be not omitted

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Dobbers mengatakan...

Thank you (terima kasih), this is very usefu (artikel ini sangat berguna) but it would be good if you could fix a couple of things.
1. The table of numbers. Each number needs to be in its own row. You need to make new rows instead of just using [br] because all the numbers get out of alignment. In my browser, 'three' lines up with 'dua'.
2. Also, it is best to write 'Tens numeric', not 'Dozens numeric'. A dozen = 12, two dozen = 24, etc.
Thank you

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