. Au, nous dit Bhattacharya, l'usage "académique théorique" permet de compter jusqu'à 100 suivant un principe décimal régulier illustré

Q. Byrne-st, A colloquial grammar of the Bhutanese language, 1909.

C. Ross and C. , A Vocabulary of the Chepang Language, 1972.

C. Shobhana and L. , A Grammar of Meithei, p.539, 1997.

C. Mrs, .. E. Mary, and M. , Ao Naga Grammar with illustrative phrases and vocabulary, Assam Secretariat Printing Office, 1893.

E. Susanna, Handbook of the Sharchhokpa-lo / Tshangla (language of the people of Eastern Bhutan), Swiss Association for Development and Cooperation), 1987.

F. Jingqi and &. Xu-lin, Coquillage" en tant que monnaie, mot emprunté au chinois ancien en langue bai, 2002.

G. K. Gurubasave, Ao Grammar, 1975.

G. Jadranka, Language System and its Change. On Theory and Testability, Linguistics, Studies and Monographs 30»), 1985.

H. Claude, («Que sais-je?, La structure des langues, 1982.

H. Austin, Clause, Sentence and Discourse Patterns in selected languages of Nepal, «SIL publications in Linguistics and related fields»), p.314, 1973.

H. R. Esq, An outline grammar of the Dafla language, 1909.

. Hodgson-brian-houghton, Comparative vocabulary of the broken tribes of Nepal, pp.317-349, 1857.

H. Hutton-john, Rudimentary Grammar of the Sema Naga Language, with vocabulary, 1916.

M. Anita and &. Strahm, A vocabulary of the Jirel language, S.I.L, 1971.

M. Colonel and G. B. , A Grammar of the Rong (Lepcha) Language, p.1876, 1971.

M. James and A. , Sino-Tibetan numerals and the play of prefixes, polycopié, 1995.

M. Martine, Dzongkha Numerals («15° Congrès International sur les Langues et la Linguistique Sino-Tibétaines», p.25, 1982.

M. Karl, Number words and number symbols. A cultural history of numbers, et Londres, England, M.I.T. Press, vol.480, 1958.

S. Robert, Classification of the Sino-Tibetan languages, pp.94-111, 1955.

. Van-driem-george, Dzongkha, Leiden, School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies («Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region, 1»), 1998.