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*walu eight

PAN walu eight

Form.
Bunun (Isbukun) vauʔ eight
Bunun vau eight
vauʔ eight
Kanakanabu a-álu eight
Tsou voru eight
Amis falo eight
Puyuma waru eight (cardinal number)
Puyuma (Tamalakaw) waru eight (cardinal number)
Paiwan alu eight
valu eight
Proto-Rukai vaLo eight
WMP
Itbayaten waxu eight
Isneg waló eight
Itawis walú eight
Kalinga walú eight
Kalinga (Guinaang) walú eight
Bontok walú eight; to be eight
Ifugaw walú eight
Kankanaey waó eight
Casiguran Dumagat walú eight
Pangasinan waló eight
Ilokano waló eight
Kapampangan walú eight
Tagalog waló eight
Chamorro gwalu eight
Buhid waló eight
Hanunóo walú eight
Aklanon waeó eight
Cebuano walú eight
Maranao walo eight
Manobo (Western Bukidnon) walu eight
Palauan ai eight
Tiruray walew eight
Labuk-Kinabatangan Kadazan valu eight
Murut (Tagol) baluʔ eight
Kelabit waluh eight
Sangir walu eight
Simalur olu eight
Toba Batak walu eight
Tonsea wadu eight
Nias w̃alu eight
Kaidipang waRu eight
Lolak walu eight
Mongondow walu eight
Gorontalo walu eight
Mentawai balu eight
Banggai alu eight
Bare'e walu eight
wayu eight
Uma walu eight
Mori Atas hoalu eight
Moronene ho-alu eight
Wolio walu eight
Bikol waló eight
Proto-Minahasan ualu eight
CMP
Soboyo walu eight
Wahai alu eight
Nuaulu wanu eight
Alune kwalu eight
Batu Merah walu-a eight
Teluti wagu eight
Saparua waru eight
Asilulu walu eight
Amblau walo eight
Gah alu eight
East Damar gwalu eight
Fordata walu eight
Yamdena walu eight
Selaru wal eight
Manggarai walu eight
Bimanese waru eight
Tetun (Dili) walu eight
Sika walu-weluŋ eight
Idate ualu eight
Tetun walu eight
Vaikenu fanu eight
Anakalangu walu eight
Kambera walu eight
Helong palu eight
Rotinese falu eight
Dhao/Ndao aru eight
Proto-Ambon walu eight
SHWNG
Numfor war eight
Misool (Coast) wal eight
Mayá ꞌwa³l eight
Woi waru eight
Pom waru eight
Marau₁ waru eight
Munggui walu eight
bo-waru ~ waru eight
Ron war eight
OC
Hawaiian walu eight
Ulithian walu eight
Mussau ualu eight
Marau₂ waru eight
Tabar p-wal eight
Mendak wan eight
Label wal eight
Haku to-wal eight
Luangiua valu eight
Torau anu eight
Uruava aru eight
Lau kwalu eight
Nggela walu eight
'Āre'āre waru eight
Arosi waru eight
Anuta varu eight
Rennellese bagu eight
Rotuman valu eight
Samoan valu eight
Nokuku ali eight
Aore a walu eight
Fijian walu eight
Tongan valu eight
Rarotongan varu eight
Maori waru eight
Cape Cumberland alu eight
Haununu waru eight
Proto-Micronesian walu eight

PWMP in-walu eight times

WMP
Kadazan Dusun in-vahu eight times
Malagasy im-bálo eight times

PWMP ka-walu do eight times

WMP
Bontok ka-walú to do eight times
Cebuano ka-walú eight times
Mongondow ko-walu do eight times
Javanese ka-wolu eight times; times eight

PMP ika-walu eighth (ordinal)

WMP
Bontok ka-walú an eighth
Ifugaw ka-walú the eighth
Casiguran Dumagat i-ka-walú eighth
Pangasinan k-om-a-waló eighth
Tagalog i-ka-waló the eighth
Aklanon i-ka-waeó eighth
Kadazan Dusun ka-vahu eighth
Sangir ka-walu-ne the eighth
Mongondow ko-walu eighth
Ma'anyan ka-waluʔ eighth
Javanese ka-wolu for the eighth time; eighth in a series
Bikol i-ka-waló eighth
CMP
Rotinese ka-falu-k eighth
OC
Mokilese ka-waluw eighth
Gilbertese ka-wan eighth
Fijian i kā-walu the eighth
Rarotongan ka-varu eighth (ordinal)

PAN maka-walu eight times (frequentative, multiplicative)

Form.
Puyuma (Tamalakaw) maka-waru-n 80
Puyuma maka-waru-n 80
Paiwan maka-walu-lʸ eight (times, days)
WMP
Tagalog maka-waló eight times
Cebuano maka-walú eight times
Bikol maka-waló to have eight

PMP paka-walu eight times

WMP
Chamorro faha-ulu eight times
Malagasy faha-valo eighth
OC
Rennellese haka-bagu eighth, eight times; to do eight times; a month name, about August; to be such
Samoan faʔa-valu eight times
Fijian vaka-walu eight times

PAN paR-walu-en do eight times

Form.
Puyuma paR-waru-n do eight times
Puyuma (Tamalakaw) paR-waru-n do eight times
WMP
Bikol pag-waló-on divide into eight; send eight at a time

PPh walu(h)-an group of eight

WMP
Ifugaw walu-an (with gemination of the second consonant to indicate reciprocal action), that which eight people do together
Ifugaw (Batad) walu-an (with gemination of the second consonant to indicate reciprocal action), that which eight people do together
Tagalog wáluh-an eight for each; in groups of eight

PMP walu walu eight by eight (eight at a time)

WMP
Sambal (Botolan) walo-walo eight by eight (eight at a time)
Sambal walo-walo eight by eight (eight at a time)
Maranao oalo-alo eight only, eights
Malay dua-dua two by two
Nias dua-dua two each, two at a time
Javanese wolu-wolu by eights
CMP
Tetun rua-rua two by two, two at a time
Rotinese dua-dua two by two, two at a time
OC
Fijian walu-walu all eight

PAN wa-walu eight (of humans)

Form.
Puyuma (Tamalakaw) wa-waru eight (in counting persons, not things)
Puyuma wa-waru eight (in counting persons, not things)
WMP
Yami wa-wawo eight (of humans)
Yami (Iraralay) wa-wawo eight (of humans)
Chamorro gwa-gwalu eight (of living creatures)
Nias da-rua two, of humans
CMP
Kambera da-dua two, as in counting children