Jorgen Rischel's scientific contributions

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... Now a full set of numerals one to ten is known for Mlabri, Thai Then, Iduh, and Mal-Pray, and the Palaungic language Lamet (Table 2), all spoken in Northern Laos. (Rischel 2009) Mlabri (Rischel 1995) Thai Then (Diffloth, p.c.) Iduh (Diffloth p.c.) T'in (Rischel 2009) Lamet (Sidwell 2012 ) 1 mooy mɔ:j moy hndɨːy muʌj mooh 2 baar bɛːr beer hmbaː ʔ r pia ʔlaːr 3 pɛʔ pɛʔ peʔ mpeyʰ phɛ' ʔlɔːj 4 phuan pon pon mpɒn phoːn poːn 5 phɨaŋ thɤːŋ sɨŋ hnsɔɔŋ sɔːŋ phan 6 tɔɔl taːl tɔːl hntul thuʌl tɔːl 7 guul gul gul krgul ŋgul puːl 8 ti' ti:ʔ rɔɔŋ kəruuŋʔ thi' taʔ 9 khay gaʃ tiʔ gntey ŋgat tiːm 10 kal gal gal məgoaʔa matuk / tuk keːl It is worth pointing out that the Iduh numerals are all disyllabic, an important feature of the play counting systems discussed here. These are formed by the addition of a minor syllable before the base form. ...