Datapoint Hawai‘i Creole/Ordinal numerals

Values

‘First’, ‘second’, or more are suppletive, the others are synchronically derived from cardinal numerals

Example 26-44:
da fə˞s taɪm aɪ du ɔm
da
art
fə˞s
first
taɪm
time
1sg
du
do
ɔm
it
the first time I did it
Example 26-45:
da sɛkɛn bɹaɾa
da
art
sɛkɛn
second
bɹaɾa
brother
the second brother

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 101

Example 26-35:
wan hæn
wan
one
hæn
hand
one hand
Example 26-46:
tu kɹeizi damis
tu
two
kɹeizi
crazy
damis
dummies
two crazy dummies

Source: Balaz 1998

Example 26-138:
faɪ taims vs. da fif taim
faɪ
five
taim-s
times
vs.
vs.
da
the
fif
fifth
taim
time
five times vs. the fifth time
Example 26-139:
naɪn taims vs. da naɪnt wan
naɪn taim-s vs. da naɪn-t wan
nine time-pl the nine-ord one
nine times vs. the ninth one
Confidence:
Very certain