Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby quytelda » Thu 04 Apr 2013 9:01 pm

After some heavy revision, the Tamélin number systems comes out as:
1: lin
2: nen
3: kel
4: so
5: kan
6: ais
7: pen
8: hano
9: fin
10: yan
11: yan-lin
12: yan-nen
13: yan-kel
20: nen-yan
30: kel-yan
100: kain
10000: yai

As can be seen, I following a system pretty much identical to Mandarin Chinese. I'm currently working on a system for specifying fractions using the distributive case.
Las emiryan líminen naisí. Enke anwavet mendil tul ven te maigwe.
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby hoeroathlo » Sun 23 Jun 2013 10:26 pm

this is my numbering system in Quenta or mura (in the Quenta language)
one-mia
two-vis
three-visa
four-gisa
five- rahm
six-yaté
seven-ourah
eight-saudi
nine-an
ten-la
20-mala
30-vila
40-sala
50-rala
60-mava
70-vivia
80-sava
90-rava
100-lamia
1000-lavis
1000000-sivis
1000000000-lavisa
1000000000000-savas
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby Emanuelo » Sun 28 Jul 2013 3:11 pm

I don’t see Ido and Lojban in your website.
In Ido:
0 = zero
1 = un
2 = du
3 = tri
4 = quar
5 = kin
6 = sis
7 = sep
8 = ok
9 = non
10 = dek
11 = dek-e-un
12 = dek-e-du…
20 = duadek
30 = triadek…
100 = cent
1 000 = mil
10 000 = dekamil
100 000 = centamil
1 000 000 = milion
1 000 000 000 = miliard


In Lojban:
0 = no
1 = pa
2 = re
3 = ci
4 = vo
5 = mu
6 = xa
7 = ze
8 = bi
9 = so
10 = pano
11 = papa…
20 = reno
30 = cino…


For Lojban, see http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Lojban/Numbers.
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby Kartovskiy » Mon 29 Jul 2013 6:56 pm

Pravene

0-Cero
1-Uno
2-Dua
3-Tres
4-Quattro
5-Pence
6-Sei
7-Septe
8-Octe
9-Nove
10-Die
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby ophiophagus » Fri 02 Aug 2013 11:47 am

Numbers in a 'conlang' I've yet to name.
0 - ka
1 - gi
2 - si
3 - di
4 - dil
5 - ha
6 - ma
7 - dhak
8 - kij
9 - nil
10- fa'gi
11- fa'gi>gi
20- fa'si
21- fa'si>gi
100 - fu'gi
123 - fu'gi>fa'si>di
1000 - rhak'gi
10000 - fa'rhak'gi

Pretty self-explanatory. :)
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby JANKO GORENC » Thu 27 Mar 2014 2:38 pm

Could you please if can continue with this thread?

Thank you!

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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby Täzari » Tue 06 May 2014 10:26 pm

Hello!

The numbers 1 to 10 in lözusöteli are as follows:

1 - uli (masculine) ule (feminine) ulo (neuter)
2 - rä
3 - śka
4 - keśśri
5 - kælkad
6 - tai
7 - taśśad
8 - iśśi
9 - lizad
10 - reebæ

Lözusöteli has a 10-based numeric system. Only the number for "one" is properly inflected according to the gender of the noun.

I hope it helps!

Mül nehiki! (Good work!)
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?

Postby Täzari » Wed 07 May 2014 9:41 am

Sorry! I noticed I misspelled the number for "six".... That is taæ and not tai...... Sorry for the inconvenience..!
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