454 RELATION TO OTHER LANGUAGES pARt (v
distinct Mon-Khmer sources, just as there have been two of Malayan origin, entering into their com-
Kmrry Walker nc.
Sketch Map showing the Distribution of the Numeral Systems.
position. That this is really the case seems to be indicated by the diversity of the numeral systems which are found in the Peninsula.1
1 In the sketch map here given, between the four systems are more or
numerals of Malayan type are neglected: less hypothetical. The Arabic numbers
they occur occasionally, especially on refer to the following dialects :a the outskirts of the area inhabited by i. Semang of Mount Jerai ; 2.
the wild tribes. The boundary lines Semang of Ulu Selama ; 3. Semang ofthe wild tribes. The boundary lines Semang of Ulu Selama ; 3. Semang of