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|Region||Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea|
|Latin script (Huli alphabet)
Huli is a Trans–New Guinea language spoken by the Huli people of the Southern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea. It features a pentadecimal (base-15) numeral system: ngui means 15, ngui ki means 15×2 = 30, and ngui ngui means 15×15 = 225.
- Lomas, Gabe (1988). The Huli language of Papua New Guinea. PhD Thesis, Macquarie University.
- Huli counting system
- "Counting and number in Huli", Brian Cheetam. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education[dead link]
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