Datapoint Singapore Bazaar Malay/Ordinal numerals

In its lexifier language, Malay, ordinal numbers are derived from cardinal numbers except for the word 'first' which is suppletive, pertama 'first'. However, in Bazaar Malay, the word for 'first' is derived from the cardinal by adding the word namar (with phonological variations) 'number' before the respective cardinal numbers, as in namar dua 'second'.

Values

All ordinal numerals are synchronically derived from cardinal numerals

Example 67-79:
Tapi kopi namar satu orang bilang tak ada bagus.
Tapi
But
kopi
coffee
namar
number
satu
one
orang
people
bilang
count
tak
neg
ada
be
bagus.
good
But coffee is the first [thing] that people count as bad.

Source: Khin Khin Aye 2005: 81

Example 67-80:
Itu saya punya anak cucu nombor dua.
Itu
dem
saya
1sg
punya
poss
anak
child
cucu
grandchild
nombor
number
dua.
two
That is my second grandchild.
Confidence:
Very certain