The lexical variants presented in the note below are arranged according to their frequency of occurrence in the survey data-from most frequent to least frequent. The quantitative or numerical adjectives in Marathi have subtypes like enumerative, frequency, and indefinite. For the concepts of “many/a lot” or “less/ a little,” the following variations are observed across Maharashtra. For “a lot/many,” words such as bʰərpur, ǰast, ǰastə, kʰup, ləi, bəric, ənek, bʰərəmsaṭʰ, əsənkʰyə, mayəndəḷ, mop, puškəḷ, čikkar, ɡəyra, ɡəhire, gən, ɡəñj, mutla, mukla, sawṭa, bʰəlta, ɡəččis, pəkki, ǰam, pʰar, bəhu, bʰəlti, waryamap, bəkkəḷ, əpʰaṭ, kʰəṇḍibʰər, ənəntə, ləɡit, mokkar, bʰəkkəm, ədʰik, əmap, ɡʰon, etc. were attested. From the mentioned words, bʰərpur, ǰastə, and kʰup were more or less recorded in all the districts. The words mop and ləi were primarily noted in Kolhapur and Sindhudurg districts. The words ɡəyra, ɡəhire, gən, ɡəñj, mutla, mukla, sawṭa were mainly reported in Dhule, Nandurbar, and Nashik districts. pəkki, ǰam, and pʰar were observed in Palghar, Raigad, and Thane districts. The word mokkar was attested in Pune and Ahmednagar districts while bəkkəḷ was mainly noted in Solapur, Satara, and Sangli districts. (It was also recorded in Latur, Beed, Nanded, Washim, Parbhani, Jalna, and Aurangabad districts). puškəḷ and ləɡit were documented in Wardha, Amaravati, and Nagpur districts while the presence of bʰəkkəm was noteworthy in Buldhana district. Similarly, for “less/a little” different words were noted in different geographical regions. They are as follows: tʰoḍe, kəmi, nəkaḍə, waic, jərase, halka, ulya, mojke, tʰuḍki, kirkoḷ, holikše, ittasa, kiñčit etc. Some of these adjectives are quantitative and some are qualitative.