Understood. I'm actually talking about Nuance voices here - not Loquendo. In WinCE, a Nuance voice file with the same line in the config_transforms.lua file says "1st" properly - even if that line above is not commented out. That's why I'm saying that the root cause must actually be because of a difference in the Android Nuance TTS engine - not the voice file.
Strange how the Nuance TTS driver acts differently between WinCE and Android.
EDIT: I was actually testing with the same voice on WinCE (Ira). I think the only difference is the "tts_engine" parameter in the .ini file.
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