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Information of new data on my collection of numbers

Postby JANKO GORENC » Wed 14 Jul 2010 5:47 pm

Information of new data on my collection of numbers

Hi eveverybody,

I would to tell about information of my new data on my collection of numbers, because I have big problems with editing on my all pages on
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/home

Today I have following new data.

http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages

The site Constructed Languages:


There are 5989 (5289 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages and 228 their dialects (but in 5042 constructed languages and 217 their dialects the known all numbers from 1 to 10, in other 710 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don’t have all numbers to 10), 14 constructed languages is transfered their name. I wrote you which constructed languages (in which they have numbers from 1-10) I have. But my collection is changing all the time. None of down written conlangs and other languages are mine, but I all got them over internet or e-mail.

For 63 conlangs I didn’t found nowhere data what is the name of language, so I have write them as: Name author + unnamed language, conlang or Name author + nameless language. Also this I would like changed in future.
I've written below the names of only those languages which are not mention in Constructed Languages:
I. In my collection of numbers in which is 5259 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs and dialects (1-10): constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages (5042) and their dialects (217).
I've written below the names of only those languages which are not mention in Constructed Languages:
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages

Actasian
Ačmåta Kålba
Adwan
Aeloahalindoański
Aħkvm
Akad
Akia’s unnamed language <
Aksum
Alandoriz
Alel
Äliaturse
Alnean
Alpic
Ancient Iglesianic
Ancient Qâêr
Ang Loi
Anglo-Japanese Creole
Ânlan
Apentulski
Ápilek
Archaic Dengas
Archaic Katova
Artaxes’s Unnamed Conlang
Astadarku
Atükan
Austrian
Avemish
Avritha
Ayaryé
Baalak’s unnamed language *
Baikalan
Bajdżisz
Bakwatan
Barbidon
Basata
Batet
Batunurisi *
benadem’s unnamed language *
Bidanhua
Bila’ajà
Birehesi Dirmini
Bisgean
Blanka
Boselenan
Budianish
Cadw
Caporic
Carichendali
Cedtánk
Center-West Nekturian
Çerazi
Cerolic Calba
Chiáng-gok
Cimmerian
Çirkhin Khena
Classical Bovonian
Classical Halton
Classical Handun
Classical Hrindarat
Classical Tláymyts
Conlinguist’s unnamed language
Culmærian
Cyryli I Metody’s unnamed language
Dahur (Dahurian)
Dænsk
Dänolödasja Dvwhä
Denas (its dialect: Southen Denas, Western Denas)
Dengas (its dialect: Jengas, Northern Dengas, Western Dengas)
Dengweas
Derhish
Difaron
Dïfyr
Dinkerdyjski
Dırīar
Dnghu
Dornel
Doyău <
Dromance
Dwarvish (KOTE)
Dzengo(its dialects: Dzengo with A-and I-Mutation, Dzengo with A-Mutation, Dzengo with I-Mutation (spada med Dzengo)
Dylurian
Êangluk
Early Takan
East Arishian
East Efhang
East Nekturian
Einodo *
!eke
Ekiel
Elihi
Emmut (Emųcki)
Empotle7a <
Enaradesin
engukus
Eraminian
Eservi
Esolanol
Esuli
Eteomesopotamian / True Iraqi
Etyantura
Euronese
Ewudian
Experimental Conlang A *
Eylops
Fasili Novial
Fenzran
Finaturae
Finnlingish
Folkish
Frangero
Funs
Gaadràmarnesh
Gabuzomeu <
Garlig
Garra
Garuk-B
Galtik (Galtois)
Germando
Gonk
Greater Atlian (Common Takan)
Griets
Gurcaj
Халбарзиниг (Halbarzinig) *
Hallchoyic
Hamarez
Hango
Harański
Hassaf
Hasyt
Hemdarumi
Heselinn <
Hézagakiçô
Hi <
Higgish
Hiskill
Hitimian
Hongsprokk
Horgóne
Hoxian
Hymmnos (I have data on page, new is: its dialect: Vital Hymmnos)
Hreni
Hsethse <
Hulliga
Humanii
Iberian
Ihshi
Iletlégbàku <
Illudien
Iŋomœ <
Isho’u ‘Ohu <
Ishtol
Japano-Arabesque Conlang (Imperial) <
Jasabagé’a *
Jengas
Jónne Kjél
Jevadan (its dialects: Ogian Jevadan (Jvlosky Ogieko), Riverspeak (Gdniadzczovjiemcze), Standard Jevadan (Jvlosky Ziano), Tiumspeak (Tiumjviemcze), Upper Jevadan (Jvlosky Gdaniczo))
ji jeeme
Kaenlig (Oerynfr)
Kale
Kamalian *
Kamyamtaktar
Kanamosene
Kangir
Kapelfer
Karthan
Kartillian
Kastâ
Këble
Keiliyeca
Kenkrar
Kenshuite He Mo Gie
Kêtenaké <
Ketgat
Khet’rhhtek kul <
Kibül/\IN/\
Kimian
Kimyn <
Kolash
Konlang Primitiu (Конланг Primitiu)
Konnasiv
Kono Mai
Krasny
Krudic
Krymomadziarski
Kulverintian
Kuvalo
Kwiji (a.k.a. Kyitsin)
Läbasje (Läsje) *
La mishata linge (język mieszany)
Lambiham <
Langi
Lasagna <
Led
legoromski mamy
Lekhi
Lemython
Lengryis
Leranexo
Letri
Linugikual
Lithatrian
Litovorussk (Литоворусск)
Лижба Руссика (Ližba Russika)
L’Nat’ie
Logiano
Lornammen
Lorten
Luna
Lurion
Määda
Maanénic
Macro-Arish
Madi
Magwābon
Marcusiska
Margiar
Marthol Szkice
Masyan Hellenic
Memyk
Meollan
Middle Chathan
Miini
Mindeodean
Miri’e <
Mis Hio <
Modern Duojjin
Modern Handun
Modern Hennesad
Modern Katova
Modern Rudan
Muartelski
Mulanian
Mulanuqa
Muttabski
Namöwa
Napo
Na’vi
Naxuutayi (Soshunaxuutayi) <
Nemanae
Nerak
Neriscan
New Halton
New Khib-renn
New Rag (Le neo Rag)
New Takarash
nga yew
Nictian
Nin <
Nisçan
Noolang
Noreðeô
North Arishian
North Efhang
North Nekturian
North Nyewere’
North Scadinavian
South Shikuppanian
North Wayal
Novoslovianski
Nuatomtlani
Nuwálát
Nyijese †
Ōdharra
Oealu
Oilenglish
Oimpikoam (its dialects: Afendikam, Ghavingaghimarimimam)
Old Chathan
Old Dwojin
Old Halton
Old Handun
Old Hennesad
Old Khib-renn
Old Nerak
Old Panyuk
Old Surnichian
Old Takarash
Old Tláymits
Olli <
Omzin *
Otsompaghineteki
ozze
Parla Žòdwsc
Pasa
Pate
Pekna
Petal
Pfoncikan
PIE
Pogo
Posper
Pre-Dengas
Pridel
Prondaset
Proto-Argovic
Proto-Arish
Proto-Bovonian
Proto-Chogo
Proto-Danic
Proto-Dengas
Proto-Efhang
Proto-Ketgat
Proto-Kunnurūjumgo
Proto-Kusayric (Prakusajrycki)
Proto-Neshtak
Proto-Nyewere’
Proto-Rider
Proto-South-Atlian
Proto-Southern
Proto-Tláymyts
Proto-Tsomas
Proto-Wayal
Puåri
Pulu <
Qâêr
Qunxien
Rannuk
Ranqa
R’asa Lav
Rastati
Raum
Ravumi (Sukika)
Rebe
Reisu
Rnin
Romane
Römên
Ronkyeuk
Rowański
sak yi lou ngo
Saksies
Samanian
Şärsâ
Satnim’a <
Savazano
Saya (Seia)
Secretos
Sennin <
Seowmbeuhee
Serinian
Servaloda
Šetamol
Sev’varannes
Sgevla
Sharma
Shlobekub
Sibelingua (1,3)
Sicaron
Siwa
Sjallbår
Skéna
Skinan
Skmsyg
Skrsitni
Slevian
Slovioski
Smokokaki
Soelheran
Solaric
South Arishan
South Efhang
South Nekturian
South Shikuppanian
South Wayal
Spanglish (by Denofausto)
Sprak
Sribrøv
Strunglish
Summeran
Surnichian
Szlawski
Taenameth
Tæskeljør
Taila
Taktarkup’eong
Tamélin
Tanatikos
Tanolian
Tapanmuu
Tauran
Tenovian
Terah
Tharell
Theadisch
Thelan
Thiedish
Thokyunèhòta *
Tirase
Tirian
Тяхтарскос (Tjahtarskos)
TKNPG
T’lcivducido
Tomina
Torete <
Töþa’tru
Torn Tongue
Tropek
Trovan
Tsukume
TŠL (Tàs-Šāe Laxa)
Tulahijski
Twitwi-ii *
Tyrehzzehn
Unu tinqu
Valkimonesh
Varkuzan
Vastine
Vateion
Vayardyio
Vemenan
Verdantheria
Victor <
Vraxem lэngt
Vyacoga
Wat’étereiti
Wayaliss
Wendoth
Werdoo/Wered
West Arishian
Winlore
Winnic
Xhyphika
Xoçuaŋ
Yalivarski
Yanuŝherniads (Ыанушахерниадов) <
Yarphese
Yastag
Yeto tesh
yk’Sqoake-gan
Yokarian
Yomoteoe
Ytsekjadra
Yüchün (a.k.a. Yitsin)
Yuvlaish
Žamauwyeyh Yatan
Zazt
Zenga
Zhain
Zimergijski
Žukadim
Zurok’ue
Zurvysh

Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name (14):
Handun † (on: Modern Handun)

I have information about change for one conlang
Proto-Qúnaq today calls like Proto-South-Atlian.

II. These are 721 of those 710 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don´t have all numbers to 10, but only those which they are written in parenthesis (It is possible that in some conlang until now they didn´t developed numbers systems).
A NUMERAL LANGUAGE (1­ 9)
Aczmacki (9)
Adrian (1-7, 10)
Anoé (1­5, 10)
Areński (1)
Aubke (1, 2)
Baanlingua (7)
Buthrotan (3)
Cape Norse (1, 3-6, 8-10)
Delang (1­ 9)
Dwekoenish (native name: Dvekönešč, 1-3)
Èmuufeneen (1-5, 10)
Esperitolan † (1)
Esperitolhan (1)
Fìłtënèn (1-5)
Hāňheliubl’ (1­ 9)
Izaironki (1)
Язык Мечты (Jazyk Mechty; 1, 2, 5, 10)
Jinamee (1)
Kaite (1)
Kasya Indatóru (1, 2 , 3,… = many)
Keltecha (1-9)
Keralijski (9)
Late Boselenan (1-3)
Lenadess (1, 2)
Makkelange (1-7, 9, 10)
Nangdi (1, 2)
New Bon Wen (Puna Pala; 1, 2)
Óhylvídós (1­-8 )
Old Raawikian (1-9)
Old Valkurtian (1-5)
Proto­Indo­Europan (Conlang by Kortlang, 1)
Proto­Indo­Europan (Conlang by Lehmann and Zgusta, 1)
Proto­Indo­Europan (Conlang by Schleicher, 1)
Proto-North-Atlian (1-5)
Puchonese (1-5)
Quasi-Polynesian (1-9)
Raawikian (1, 2, 4, 5, 7-9)
Raawiko-Werlandic (1-5, 7-9)
Rada Borje (1-4)
Rutsic (1-9)
Safty (1)
Shtåså (1­-8 )
Sokrean (1­-8 )
Sola (1-3)
Surang Jumbar (1, 2)
Sztiatosian (1)
Tendrats (1-5)
Thandi (1, 2)
Tmašare (1­-8 )
Unese (2)
Utopiano (1)
Valkurtian (1-5)
Veltang (1-3, 6, 8, 9)
Vi-Sollidaavin (2)
Werlandic (2-5)
Xekhä (1-8 )
Yulang (1-5)

Data for my main page:
More specific data about my collection
All languages (natlangs and conlangs), dialects and speeches with additional versions: 14580
Data about numbers of natural languages, dialects, subdialects, speeches and constructed languages (auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages), their dialects and other languages or speeches (argots, jokelangs, language game, slangs... etc) without addition versions (Japanese Lexical, Chinese Lexical for Japanese numbers,... standard (modern), Old,...) , sets (counting humans, counting animals, counting inanimate,...) 14030 was changed on 14.7 2010.

Please if you have numbers from your those conlang(s) or condialect(s) which I haven't mention on this thread or web page Constructed Languages on:
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages

Could you please send me numbers (1-10)?

Thank you for your help!

Janko Gorenc
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Re: Information of new data on my collection of numbers

Postby JANKO GORENC » Mon 26 Jul 2010 4:28 pm

Hi

I send now some new data and corrected some mistakes in last thread.
So I deleted all the PIE is only one way to create Dengas, and
the Proto-Indo-Europan (Conlang by Kortlang, 1), Proto-Indo-Europan (Conlang by Lehmann and dine, 1), Proto-Indo-Europan (Conlang by Schleicher, 1).
All four forms of the pie as an additional variant forms, means, methods, etc ....

Below I send all reflect changes again at 14:11, 2009 to today, which I could not save the web page:
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages
The site Constructed Languages:


There are 6007 (5307 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages and 228 their dialects (but in 5060 constructed languages and 217 their dialects the known all numbers from 1 to 10, in other 710 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don’t have all numbers to 10), 14 constructed languages is transfered their name. I wrote you which constructed languages (in which they have numbers from 1-10) I have. But my collection is changing all the time. None of down written conlangs and other languages are mine, but I all got them over internet or e-mail.

For 63 conlangs I didn’t found nowhere data what is the name of language, so I have write them as: Name author + unnamed language, conlang or Name author + nameless language. Also this I would like changed in future.
I've written below the names of only those languages which are not mention in Constructed Languages:
I. In my collection of numbers in which is 5277 constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs and dialects (1-10): constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages (5042) and their dialects (217).
I've written below the names of only those languages which are not mention in Constructed Languages:
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages

Actasian
Ačmåta Kålba
Adwan
Aeloahalindoański
Aħkvm
Ai-Zabuoth
Akad
Akia’s unnamed language <
Aksum
Alandoriz
Alel
Äliaturse
Alnean
Alpic
Ancient Iglesianic
Ancient Qâêr
Ang Loi
Anglo-Japanese Creole
Ânlan
Apentulski
Ápilek
Archaic Dengas
Archaic Katova
Artaxes’s Unnamed Conlang
Astadarku
Atükan
Austrian
Avemish
Avritha
Ayaryé
Baalak’s unnamed language *
Baikalan
Bajdżisz
Bakwatan
Barbidon
Basata
Batet
Batunurisi *
benadem’s unnamed language *
Betbet
Bidanhua
Bila’ajà
Birehesi Dirmini
Bisgean
Blanka
Boselenan
Budianish
Cadw
Caporic
Carichendali
Cedtánk
Center-West Nekturian
Çerazi
Cerolic Calba
Chiáng-gok
Cimmerian
Çirkhin Khena
Classical Bovonian
Classical Halton
Classical Handun
Classical Hrindarat
Classical Tláymyts
Conlinguist’s unnamed language
Culmærian
Cusanahusa
Cyryli I Metody’s unnamed language
Dahur (Dahurian)
Dænsk
Dänolödasja Dvwhä
Denas (its dialect: Southen Denas, Western Denas)
Dengas (its dialect: Jengas, Northern Dengas, Western Dengas)
Dengweas
Derhish
Difaron
Dïfyr
Dinkerdyjski
Dırīar
Dnghu
Dornel
Doyău <
Dromance
Dwarvish (KOTE)
Dzengo(its dialects: Dzengo with A-and I-Mutation, Dzengo with A-Mutation, Dzengo with I-Mutation (spada med Dzengo)
Dylurian
Êangluk
Early Takan
East Arishian
East Efhang
East Nekturian
Ēg-Unthere
Einodo *
!eke
Ekiel
Ēk-Orapu
Elihi
Emmut (Emųcki)
Empotle7a <
Enaradesin
engukus
Eraminian
Eservi
Esolanol
Esuli
Eteomesopotamian / True Iraqi
Etyantura
Euronese
Ewudian
Experimental Conlang A *
Eylops
Fasili Novial
Fenzran
Finaturae
Finnlingish
Folkish
Frangero
Funs
Gaadràmarnesh
Gabuzomeu <
Garlig
Garra
Garuk-B
Galtik (Galtois)
Germando
Gonk
Greater Atlian (Common Takan)
Griets
Gurcaj
Халбарзиниг (Halbarzinig) *
Hallchoyic
Hamarez
Hango
Harański
Hassaf
Hasyt
Hemdarumi
Heselinn <
Hézagakiçô
Hi <
Higgish
Hiskill
Hitimian
Hongsprokk
Horgóne
Hoxian
Hymmnos (I have data on page, new is: its dialect: Vital Hymmnos)
Hreni
Hsethse <
Hulliga
Humanii
Iberian
Ifrantan (Ívantian)
Ihshi
Iletlégbàku <
Illudien
Iŋomœ <
Isho’u ‘Ohu <
Ishtol
Japano-Arabesque Conlang (Imperial) <
Jasabagé’a *
Jengas
Jónne Kjél
Jevadan (its dialects: Ogian Jevadan (Jvlosky Ogieko), Riverspeak (Gdniadzczovjiemcze), Standard Jevadan (Jvlosky Ziano), Tiumspeak (Tiumjviemcze), Upper Jevadan (Jvlosky Gdaniczo))
ji jeeme
Kaenlig (Oerynfr)
Kale
Kamalian *
Kamyamtaktar
Kanamosene
Kangir
Kapelfer
Karthan
Kartillian
Kastâ
Këble
Keiliyeca
Kenkrar
Kenshuite He Mo Gie
Kêtenaké <
Ketgat
Khet’rhhtek kul <
Kibül/\IN/\
Kimian
Kimyn <
Classical Eirish (Klasyczny Eirsky)
KOFWANE NÉKU KIMBERLÉE LANGWAJA
Kolash
Konlang Primitiu (Конланг Primitiu)
Konnasiv
Kono Mai
Krasny
Krudic
Krymomadziarski
Kulverintian
Kuvalo
Kwiji (a.k.a. Kyitsin)
Laanreiek
Läbasje (Läsje) *
La mishata linge (język mieszany)
Lambiham <
Langi
Lasagna <
Led
legoromski mamy
Lekhi
Lemython
Lengryis
Leranexo
Letri
Linugikual
Lithatrian
Litovorussk (Литоворусск)
Лижба Руссика (Ližba Russika)
L’Nat’ie
Logiano
Lornammen
Lorten
Luna
Lurion
Määda
Maanénic
Macro-Arish
Madi
Magwābon
Marcusiska
Margiar
Marthol Szkice
Masyan Hellenic
Memyk
Meollan
Middle Chathan
Miini
Mindeodean
Miri’e <
Mis Hio <
Modern Duojjin
Modern Handun
Modern Hennesad
Modern Katova
Modern Rudan
Muartelski
Mulanian
Mulanuqa
Muttabski
Mylziański
Nåðykk
Namöwa
Nnáles
Napo
Na’vi
Naxuutayi (Soshunaxuutayi) <
Nemanae
Nerak
Neriscan
New Ainu (Asir Ainu)
New Halton
New Khib-renn
New Rag (Le neo Rag)
New Takarash
nga yew
Nictian
Nin <
Nisçan
Noolang
Noreðeô
North Arishian
North Efhang
North Nekturian
North Nyewere’
North Scadinavian
South Shikuppanian
North Wayal
Novoslovianski
Nuatomtlani
Nuwálát
Nyijese †
Ōdharra
Oealu
Oilenglish
Oimpikoam (its dialects: Afendikam, Ghavingaghimarimimam)
Old Chathan
Old Dwojin
Old Halton
Old Handun
Old Hennesad
Old Khib-renn
Old Nerak
Old Panyuk
Old Surnichian
Old Takarash
Old Tláymits
Olli <
Omzin *
Otsompaghineteki
ozze
Parla Žòdwsc
Pasa
Pate
Pekna
Petal
Pfoncikan
Pogo
Posper
Pre-Dengas
Pridel
Prondaset
Proto-Argovic
Proto-Arish
Proto-Bovonian
Proto-Chogo
Proto-Danic
Proto-Dengas
Proto-Efhang
Proto-Hiperborean (Prahiperborejski)
Proto-Ketgat
Proto-Kunnurūjumgo
Proto-Kusayric (Prakusajrycki)
Proto-Neshtak
Proto-Nyewere’
Proto-Rider
Proto-South-Atlian
Proto-Southern
Proto-Tláymyts
Proto-Tsomas
Proto-Wayal
Puåri
Pulu <
Qâêr
Qazil
Qunxien
Rannuk
Ranqa
R’asa Lav
Rastati
Raum
Ravumi (Sukika)
Rebe
Reisu
Rnin
Romane
Römên
Ronkyeuk
Rowański
Ryzani
sak yi lou ngo
Saksies
Samanian
Şärsâ
Satnim’a <
Savazano
Saya (Seia)
Sayama
Sayama Veeni
Secretos
Sennin <
Seowmbeuhee
Serinian
Servaloda
Šetamol
Sev’varannes
Sgevla
Shahzahllam
Sharma
Shlobekub
Sibelingua (1,3)
Sicaron
Siwa
Sjallbår
Skéna
Skinan
Skmsyg
Skrsitni
Slevian
Slovioski
Smokokaki
Soelheran
Solaric
South Arishan
South Efhang
South Nekturian
South Shikuppanian
South Wayal
Spanglish (by Denofausto)
Sprak
Sribrøv
Strunglish
Summeran
Surnichian
Szlawski
Taenameth
Tæskeljør
Taila
Taktarkup’eong
Tamélin
Tanatikos
Tanolian
Tapanmuu
Tauran
Tenovian
Terah
Tharell
Theadisch
Thelan
Thiedish
Thokyunèhòta *
Tirase
Tirian
Тяхтарскос (Tjahtarskos)
TKNPG
T’lcivducido
Tomina
Torete <
Töþa’tru
Torn Tongue
Tropek
Trovan
Tsukume
TŠL (Tàs-Šāe Laxa)
Tulahijski
Twitwi-ii *
Tyrehzzehn
Unu tinqu
Valkimonesh
Varkuzan
Vastine
Vateion
Vayardyio
Vemenan
Verdantheria
Victor <
Vraxem lэngt
Vyacoga
Wat’étereiti
Wayaliss
Wendoth
Werdoo/Wered
West Arishian
Winlore
Winnic
Xhyphika
Xoçuaŋ
Yalivarski
Yanuŝherniads (Ыанушахерниадов) <
Yarphese
Yastag
Yeto tesh
yk’Sqoake-gan
Yokarian
Yomoteoe
Ytsekjadra
Yüchün (a.k.a. Yitsin)
Yuvlaish
Yuzuli
Žamauwyeyh Yatan
Zazt
Zenga
Zhain
Zimergijski
Žukadim
Zurok’ue
Zurvysh

Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name (14):
Handun † (on: Modern Handun)

I have information about change for one conlang
Proto-Qúnaq today calls like Proto-South-Atlian.

II. These are 719 of those 708 constructed languages and 11 dialects from which I don´t have all numbers to 10, but only those which they are written in parenthesis (It is possible that in some conlang until now they didn´t developed numbers systems).

A NUMERAL LANGUAGE (1¬ 9)
Aczmacki (9)
Adrian (1-7, 10)
Anoé (1¬5, 10)
Areński (1)
Aubke (1, 2)
Baanlingua (7)
Buthrotan (3)
Cape Norse (1, 3-6, 8-10)
Delang (1¬ 9)
Dwekoenish (native name: Dvekönešč, 1-3)
Èmuufeneen (1-5, 10)
Esperitolan † (1)
Esperitolhan (1)
Fìłtënèn (1-5)
Hāňheliubl’ (1¬ 9)
Izaironki (1)
Язык Мечты (Jazyk Mechty; 1, 2, 5, 10)
Jinamee (1)
Kaite (1)
Kasya Indatóru (1, 2 , 3,… = many)
Keltecha (1-9)
Keralijski (9)
Late Boselenan (1-3)
Lenadess (1, 2)
Makkelange (1-7, 9, 10)
Nangdi (1, 2)
New Bon Wen (Puna Pala; 1, 2)
Óhylvídós (1¬-8 )
Old Raawikian (1-9)
Old Valkurtian (1-5)
Proto-North-Atlian (1-5)
Puchonese (1-5)
Quasi-Polynesian (1-9)
Raawikian (1, 2, 4, 5, 7-9)
Raawiko-Werlandic (1-5, 7-9)
Rada Borje (1-4)
Rutsic (1-9)
Safty (1)
Shtåså (1¬-8 )
Sokrean (1¬-8 )
Sola (1-3)
Surang Jumbar (1, 2)
Sztiatosian (1)
Tendrats (1-5)
Thandi (1, 2)
Tmašare (1¬-8 )
Unese (2)
Utopiano (1)
Valkurtian (1-5)
Veltang (1-3, 6, 8, 9)
Vi-Sollidaavin (2)
Werlandic (2-5)
Xekhä (1-8 )
Yugolian (1)
Yulang (1-5)

Data for my main page:
More specific data about my collection
All languages (natlangs and conlangs), dialects and speeches with additional versions: 14605
Data about numbers of natural languages, dialects, subdialects, speeches and constructed languages (auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages), their dialects and other languages or speeches (argots, jokelangs, language game, slangs... etc) without addition versions (Japanese Lexical, Chinese Lexical for Japanese numbers,... standard (modern), Old,...) , sets (counting humans, counting animals, counting inanimate,...) 14061 was changed on 14.7 2010.

Please if you have numbers from your those conlang(s) or condialect(s) which I haven't mention on this thread or web page Constructed Languages on:
http://sites.google.com/site/jankogoren ... _languages

Could you please send me numbers (1-10) on thread »Numbers from your Constructed languages« (viewtopic.php?f=11&t=144) or my PM, if you'll have numbers from your conlang(s) in future.

Thank you for your help!
I wish you a lot of success at your work!


Janko Gorenc
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Re: Information of new data on my collection of numbers

Postby JANKO GORENC » Sat 11 Sep 2010 4:40 pm

Today I sent change data for name all languages, which not mention on my web sites on: http://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/
so far.

Natural Languages and dialects (123):
Natural languages (14):

Antankarana Malgasy (Tankarana)
Bara Malgasy
Gawigl (Kakoli)
Masikoro Malgasy
Mountain Arapesh
Northern Betsimisaraka Malgasy
Old Babilonian
Old Czech
Plateau Malgasy
Sakalava Malgasy
Southern Betsimisaraka (Antesaka)
Tandroy-Mahafaly Malgasy (Tandroy)
Tanosy Malgasy
Tsimihety Malgasy

Natural dialects (100):

Amto (1-5)
An-Taimoro (by language Tanosy Malgasy)
Antandroy (by language Tandroy-Mahalafy Malgasy)
Antanosy (by language Tandroy-Mahalafy Malgasy)
Antesaki (by language Antankarana Malgasy)
‘Are ‘are
Arosi
Babatana (Bambatana)
Baelelea
Barok
Baruya
Bauro
Betsileo (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Bezanozano (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Bieria
Biliau
Binandere
Bugilai (Agob)
Buina (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Bunama
Bwaidoka
Central
Central Angor (1-5)
Central Boiken (Central Boikin; 1-5)
Central Bukawac
Central Diodio
Central Dobu
Central Mangap (Central Mbula)
Central Maring
Central Mayo-Yessan
Central Migabac
Central Sewa Bay
Central Tigak
Central Timbe
Chamoro
Dahating (Gwahatike; 1-5)
Eton
Fagani
Gadsup
Galeya
Ghari
Gobasi (Nomad; 1,2)
Hamtai
Hmweveke (Vamale)
Hote
Idi (1-5)
Jèrrais (by language French)
Kaluli
Kapin
Kapriman (1-5)
Kaulong
Keapara
Kearu (Keuru)
Kol
Kwale (Uare)
Kwoma
Lau
Lengo
Maisin
Maiwa
Malasanga
Mamusi
Mape
Maria
Merana (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Mid-Wahgi
Mutu
Nambu (Nambo, 1-5)
Nasioi (Naasioi)
Nehan
Ngalum (1)
Northern Sakalava (by language Sakalava)
Numee
Patpatar
Pileni
Rawa
Roro (Waima)
Sebe (1,2)
Sihanaka (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Solsorol
Suau
Tabar
Tairora
Talise
Tambahoaka (by language Tandroy Malgasy)
Tanala (by language Plateau Malgasy)
Tanga
Telefol
Tifal (1-5)
Timanambondo (by language Tandroy)
To’ambaita
Toaripi
Vangunu
Varisi
Vezo (by language Sakalava)
Wagawaga
Wantoat
Yuaga
Zafisoro (by language Tandroy Malgasy)
Zimakani

Natural speech (9):

Bamaze/Čisla
Ivanečki
Trsat-Bakar
Crikvenica
Orek
Speech by island otoka Korčula
Trogir
Neautohntonic Istrian (1-5)
Žminian (1)


Conlangs and dialects (547):
Conlangs 1-10 (528):

Actasian
Ačmåta Kålba
Adwan
Aeloahalindoański
Aentoui
Aħkvm
Ai-Zabuoth *
Akad
Akia’s unnamed language <
Akinaido
Aksum
Alandoriz
Alel
Algon
Äliaturse
Aljaro
Alnean
Alohavaubo
Alpic
Amipala
Ancient Iglesianic
Ancient Qâêr
Andol
Ang Loi
Anglo-Japanese Creole
Angy
Ânlan
Apentulski
Ápilek
Archaic Dengas
Archaic Katova
Artaxes’s Unnamed Conlang
Astadarku
Atükan
Atudab
Austrian
Avemish
Avritha
Ayaryé
Baalak’s unnamed language *
Baikalan
Bajdżisz
Bakwatan
Barbidon
Basata
Batakréyol
Batet
Batunurisi *
benadem’s unnamed language *
Betebet
Bidanhua
Bila’ajà
Birehesi Dirmini
Bisgean
Blanka
Boselenan
Budianish
Cadw
Caporic
Carichendali
Cedtánk
Center-West Nekturian
Central Danic
Çerazi
Cerolic Calba
Cəssin
Chiáng-gok
Cimmerian
Çirkhin Khena
Classical Bovonian
Classical Eirish (Klasyczny Eirski) *
Classical Halton
Classical Handun
Classical Hrindarat
Classical Tláymyts
Conlinguist’s unnamed language
Culmærian
Curcian
Cusanahusa
Cyryli I Metody’s unnamed language
Dahur (Dahurian)
Dænsk
Dänolödasja Dvwhä
Denas
Dengas
Dengweas
Derhish
Dhago
Difaron
Dïfyr
Dinkerdyjski
Dırīar
Dmitropivrstik
Dnghu
doko wowoa
Dornel
Döpenfanlisch
Doyău <
Dromance
Dwarvish (KOTE)
Dzengo
Dylurian
Dzuutani
Êangluk
Early Takan
East Arishian
East Efhang
East Nekturian
Êgh-Unthere *
Egnis
Eide *
Einodo *
!eke
Ekiel
Ēk-Orapu
Elihi
Emmut (Emųcki)
Empotle7a <
Enaradesin
engukus
Eraminian
Eservi
Esolanol
Esuli
Eteomesopotamian / True Iraqi
Etyantura
Euronese
Ewed
Ewudian
Experimental Conlang A *
Eylops
Fasili Novial
Fenzran
Finaturae
Finnlingish
Folkish
Frangero
Funs
Gaadràmarnesh
Gabuzomeu <
Garlig
Garra
Garuk-B
Galtik (Galtois)
Germando
Ghanjani
Gonk
Gordonz
Greater Atlian (Common Takan)
Griets
Gurcaj
Халбарзиниг (Halbarzinig) *
Hallchoyic
Hamarez
Hamp
Hango
Harański
Hassaf
Hasyt
Hemdarumi
Heselinn <
Hézagakiçô
Hi <
Higgish
Hiskill
Hitimian
Hongsprokk
Horgóne
Hoxian
Hreni
Hsethse <
Hulliga
Humanii
Hushki
Hylaka
Iberian
ideolat (YLSDL)
Ífrantan (Ivantian)
Ihshi
Iletlégbàku <
Illudien
Iɲauk
Iŋomœ <
Inmoti
Isho’u ‘Ohu <
Ishtol
Itjakobs
Japano-Arabesque Conlang (Imperial) <
Jasabagé’a *
Jemean
Jengas
Jónne Kjél
Jevadan
ji jeeme
Kaenlig (Oerynfr)
Kale
Kamalian *
Kamyamtaktar
Kanamosene
Kangir
Kapelfer
Karnblaandh
Karthan
Kartillian
Kastâ
Kavlangg
Këble
Keiliyeca
Kemnobs
Kenkrar
Kenshuite He Mo Gie
Kêtenaké <
Ketgat
Khalbõ (or Khalbǫ)
Khet’rhhtek kul <
Kibül/\IN/\
Kimian
Kimyn <
Kiswona
KOFWANE NÉKU KIMBERLÉE LAGWAJA
Kolash
Konlang Primitiu (Конланг Primitiu)
Konnasiv
Kono Mai
Krasny
Krudic
Krymomadziarski
Kulverintian
Kuvalo
Kwiji (a.k.a. Kyitsin)
Laanreiek
Läbasje (Läsje) *
Lah dtënëvmshel
La mishata linge (język mieszany)
Lambiham <
Langi
Lapeg (Lahveg /l̥ḁʘeɡ/)
Lasagna <
Layke’s unnamed conlang
Led
legoromski mamy
Lekhi
Lemython
Lengryis
Leranexo
Letri
Lingua Igriana
Lingue Andalusie
Linugikual
Lithatrian
Litovorussk (Литоворусск)
Лижба Руссика (Ližba Russika)
Llárriesh (Llama)
L’Nat’ie
Logiano
Loirdarsideli
Lornammen
Lorten
Luna
Lurion
Lyonkréyol
Määda
Maanénic
Macro-Arish
Madi
Magwābon
Malinowski
Marcusiska
Margiar
Martem
Marthol Szkice
Masyan Hellenic
Memyk
Meollan
Middle Chathan
Miini
Mindeodean
Miri’e <
Mis Hio <
Modern Duojjin
Modern Handun
Modern Hennesad
Modern Katova
Modern Rudan
Muartelski
Mulanian
Mulanuqa
Munu Ittymu (Муну Иттыму)
Muttabski
Mylziański *
Nåðykk
Namban
Namöwa
Napo
Narobs
Na’vi
Naxuutayi (Soshunaxuutayi) <
Nemanae
Nerak
Neriscan
New Ainu (Asir Ainu)
New Halton
New Khib-renn
New Rag (Le neo Rag)
New Takarash
nga yew
Nictian
Nin <
Nisçan
Nnáles
Noolang
Noreðeô
Northern Danic
North Arishian
North Efhang
North Nekturian
North Nyewere’
North Scadinavian
South Shikuppanian
North Wayal
Novoslovianski
Nuatomtlani
Nuwálát
Nyijese †
Ōdharra
Oealu
Oilenglish
Oimpikoam
Old Chathan
Old Dwojin
Old Halton
Old Handun
Old Hennesad
Old Khib-renn
Old Nerak
Old Panyuk
Old Surnichian
Old Takarash
Old Tláymits
Olesi
Olguma *
Olli <
Omzin *
Onkela
Orana
Otsompaghineteki
Ouxu
ozze
Parla Žòdwsc
Pasa
Pate
Pekna
Petal
Pfoncikan
Pogo
Posper
Pre-Dengas
Pridel
Prireczan
Prondaset
Proto-Argovic
Proto-Arish
Proto-Bovonian
Proto-Chogo
Proto-Danic
Proto-Dengas
Proto-Efhang
Proto-Hiperborean (Prahiperborejski) *
Proto-Ketgat
Proto-Kunnurūjumgo
Proto-Kusayric (Prakusajrycki)
Proto LanX
Proto-Neshtak
Proto-Nyewere’
Proto-Rider
Proto-South-Atlian
Proto-Southern
Proto-Tláymyts
Proto-Tsomas
Proto-UmΘain
Proto-Utopian
Proto-Wayal
Puåri
Pulu <
Qâêr
Qazil
Qunxien
Rakka
Rannuk
Ranqa
R’asa Lav
Rastati
Raum
Ravumi (Sukika)
Rebe
Reisu
Rnin
Romane
Ronkyeuk
Rowański
Ryzani
sak yi lou ngo
Saksies
Saltani
Samanian
Sarkese
Şärsâ
Satnim’a <
Savazano
Saya (Seia)
Sayama
Sayama Veeni
Secretos
Sennin <
Seowmbeuhee
Serinian
Servaloda
Šetamol
Sev’varannes
Sgevla
Shahzahllam
Sharma
Shlobekub
Sibelingua (1,3)
Sicaron
Siwa
Sjallbår
Sjavkobs
Skéna
Skinan
Skmsyg
Skrsitni
Slevian
Slovioski
Smokokaki
Soelheran
Solaric
South Arishan
South Efhang
South Nekturian
South Shikuppanian
South Wayal
Southern Danic
Spanglish (by Denofausto)
Sprak
Sribrøv
Strunglish
Summeran
Surnichian
Szlawski
Taenameth
Tæskeljør
Taila
Taktarkup’eong
Tamélin
Tanatikos
Tanolian
Tapanmuu
Tauran
Tenovian
Terah
Tharell
Theadisch
Thelan
Theodspraask
Thiedish
Thokyunèhòta *
Tirase
Tirian
Тяхтарскос (Tjahtarskos)
TKNPG
T’lcivducido
Tomina
Torete <
Töþa’tru
Torn Tongue
Tropek
Trovan
TŠL (Tàs-Šāe Laxa)
Tsukume
Tulahijski
Twitwi-ii *
Tyrehzzehn
Unu tinqu
Valhenyer
Valkimonesh
Varcetian
Varkuzan
Vastine
Vateion
Vayardyio
Vemenan
Verdantheria
Victor <
Vraxem lэngt
Vyacoga
Wat’étereiti
Wayaliss
Wendoth
Werdoo/Wered
West Arishian
Winlore
Winnic
Wuffianisch
Xhyphika
Xoçuaŋ
Yalivarski
Yanuŝherniads (Ыанушахерниадов) <
Yarphese
Yastag
Yeto tesh
Yinuqat
yk’Sqoake-gan
Yokarian
Yomoteoe
Ytsekjadra
Yüchün (a.k.a. Yitsin)
Yuvlaish
Yuzuli
Žamauwyeyh Yatan
Zazt
Zenga
Zhain
Zimergijski
Zimny
Žukadim
Zurok’ue
Zurvysh
Zxoaame

Conlangs which have transfered or changed their name (1):

Handun † (on: Modern Handun)


Dialects (19):

Afendikam (belongs to language Oimpikoam)
Dzengo with A-and I-Mutation (belongs to language Dzengo)
Dzengo with A-Mutation (belongs to language Dzengo)
Dzengo with I-Mutation (belongs to language Dzengo)
Eastern (belongs to language Danic)
FraxóMaraxxiai (belongs to language Maraxxiai)
Ghavingaghimarimimam (belongs to language Oimpikoam)
Jengas (belongs to language Dengas)
Northern Dengas (belongs to language Dengas)
Ogian Jevadan (Jvlosky Ogieko; belongs to language Jevadan)
Riverspeak (Gdniadzczovjiemcze; belongs to language Jevadan)
Southern Denas (belongs to language Denas)
Standard Jevadan (Jvlosky Ziano; belongs to Jevadan)
Tiumspeak (Tiumjviemcze; belongs to language Jevadan)
Upper Jevadan (Jvlosky Gdaniczo; belongs to language Jevadan)
Vital Hymmnos (belongs to language Hymmnos)
Western (belongs to language Central Danic)
Western Denas (belongs to language Denas)
Western Dengas (belongs to language Dengas)

not to 10 (74):

A NUMERAL LANGUAGE (1­-9)
Aczmacki (9)
Adrian (1-7, 10)
Anoé (1­5, 10)
Areński (1)
Aubke (1, 2)
Baanlingua (7)
Buthrotan (3)
Cape Norse (1, 3-6, 8-10)
Changshuo (4, 5, 8 )
Delang (1­ 9)
Dwekoenish (Dvekönešč; 1-3)
Èmuufeneen (1-5, 10)
Esperitolan † (1)
Esperitolhan (1)
Fìłtënèn (1-5)
Garuk-A (3,5)
Goa’uld (1-5)
Hāňheliubl’ (1-­9)
Í-þuruttairve (1)
Izaironki (1)
Язык Мечты (Jazyk Mechty; 1, 2, 5,10)
Jinamee (1)
Kaite (1)
Kasya Indatóru (1, 2 , 3,… = many)
Keltecha (1-9)
Keralijski (9)
Kjarkan (1,4)
laa-icwaamiipoleeht (1)
Late Boselenan (1-3)
Lenadess (1, 2)
Logic language (Logiczny Język; 1-9)
Makkelange (1-7, 9, 10)
Mera Beta (1-3)
Na’gifi Fasuxa (1)
Nangdi (1, 2)
New Bon Wen (Puna Pala; 1, 2)
Óhylvídós (1­-8 )
Old Raawikian (1-9)
Old Valkurtian (1-5)
Ooglese (1-3)
Oxman (1)
Pegakibo (1-4)
Proto-Deithas (1)
Proto-North-Atlian (1-5)
Puchonese (1-5)
Quasi-Polynesian (1-9)
Raawikian (1, 2, 4, 5, 7-9)
Raawiko-Werlandic (1-5, 7-9)
Rada Borje (1-4)
Rayalaka (1-9)
Rutsic (1-9)
Safty (1)
Shtåså (1­-8 )
Sokrean (1­-8 )
Sola (by Billyib, 3)
Surang Jumbar (1, 2)
Sztiatosian (1)
Tendrats (1-5)
Thandi (1, 2)
Tmašare (1­-8 )
Toilan (1-9)
Tzatziki (1, 3, 5)
Unese (2)
Utopiano (1)
Valkurtian (1-5)
Veltang (1-3, 6, 8, 9)
Vi-Sollidaavin (2)
Vuén Nabóştï (1-4, 9)
Watteeteroxo Rakkake (1)
Werlandic (2-5)
Xekhä (1-8 )
Yugolian (1)
Yulang (1-5)

Other Languages (25)
1-10: (24)

af Somali
Aksnevs
Bengali language game
Cha-Bhasha
Cuti Talk
Dog Greek
Eglieag
Gäko SC
Hctued
Jibberesh
Kartuli
Loñapse
Manteiv Gnot
Namor
Nauko SC
Nenialamous
Nói lái
Raygam
Siaşnarf
Snalreden
Ušeivtal
Utayyibara-’la
Uynah
Yefow q’uan’qua (Amharic bird language)


Not to 10 (1):

Amerique (1­-8 )

Additional variant for Home page:

+ 32 addition variants.

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