OthTthThth: Each ordinal is derived, through the same pattern, from the root of its corresponding cardinal numeral. This is also known as the “oneth, twoth, threeth” type.
FSThth: Each ordinal numeral is derived, through the same pattern, from the root of the corresponding cardinal numeral, with the exception of numerals expressing small values. Prototypically, this is limited to ‘first’ and ‘second,’ but can in some cases extend beyond these two. 2 This is also known as the “first, second, threeth” type.
In Northern Mansi, the derivational suffix -t is used to create ordinal numerals. The ordinal numerals meaning ‘first’ and ‘second’ are suppletive forms traditionally, but their dependent suffixed forms have already appeared too (Kálmán 1976: 48, Rombandeeva-Vahrusheva 1984: 79).