Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

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Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby JANKO GORENC » Tue 09 Jul 2013 5:34 pm

Hi,

I just want to tell everyone on this board that you sent me numbers from your conlang(s) that the total number of languages (conlangs, natlangs, other languages / speeches, their dialects and additional variants) in my collection numbers on more than 20,000 different ways. Today I have data for numbers at 20.272 ways.
Now I do not know the number of how many I have conlangs information numbers, because I still edit, those files where I specifically mention conlangs. I think I have somewhere between 8,000 and 9,000. When I have more precise information, I'll notify on Omniglot forum in future.

I sincerely thank you for all your help in the collection of numbers!

I wish you all every success in your work!

Janko Gorenc
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Re: Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby Emanuelo » Sun 28 Jul 2013 2:34 pm

Beautiful idea! Will you post your collection on the net, for example in a dedicated website? I’ll give you the numbers of my conlang when they’ll be definitively decided.
Emanuelo, French student in protestant theology.
Native tongue: French. I also speak: English, Esperanto. I can read: Italian, Ancient Greek (in fact, Koine), Latin, Hebrew (a little). I’m creating a conlang, Gelota. I’ll learn German and Lojban soon.
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Re: Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby Emanuelo » Sun 28 Jul 2013 2:41 pm

Sorry, I just saw your website. :D
Emanuelo, French student in protestant theology.
Native tongue: French. I also speak: English, Esperanto. I can read: Italian, Ancient Greek (in fact, Koine), Latin, Hebrew (a little). I’m creating a conlang, Gelota. I’ll learn German and Lojban soon.
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Re: Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby JANKO GORENC » Wed 31 Jul 2013 6:18 pm

Thank you for response on this thread.

I sincerely apologize to all, because my old website: https://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/
Precise data is not how big my collection is now.

That is a very old layer of Web page that is still interesting.
Sometime in the next few days, I'll try to send Precise information (at least the number of languages ​​...)

But I can say that I have today numerals at 20.450 ways
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Re: Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby Mimir » Mon 12 Aug 2013 6:00 pm

1- unu (from unum)
2- du (from dos/duex/duo)
3- tri (from tria/tres/tri)
4- kwa (from quad/quattuor/quatro)
5- kwi (from quin/cinco)
6- lu (from liù)
7- sti (from siete)
8- oco (from ocho)
9- novu (from nueve)

There are also numbers for usage in base 12, similar to the English numbers dek and el
10- deka (also means ten)
11- le

Multiples of ten have different names: u, vi, tre, fo, fi, he, ci, ba, nu, (de, se)

142: unuhu et fodu (base 10)
Dele (base 12)
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Re: Numbers on more than 20,000 ways

Postby JANKO GORENC » Wed 04 Sep 2013 6:35 pm

I present below all data from my collection.
All languages (natlangs and conlangs), dialects and speeches with additional versions:20686

1. Natural languages, dialects, subdialects and speeches: 9636
a) Natural languages: 6295
b) Natural dialects: 3104
c) Subdialects: 129
d) Speeches: 108

2. Additional versions, sets: 1399

3. Constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages and their dialects and those which transfered their language name: 9331
a) Constructed languages, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional languages and those which transfered their language name: 8904
b) Constructed, auxlangs, artlangs, fictional dialects: 426

4. Other languages (argots, jokelangs, language games, slangs,… etc.), dialects and others systems (not languages: systems of encording,…): 317
a) Other languages: 294
b) Other dialects: 23
c) Other systems (not languages: systems of encording): 4

All languages,without addition versions 19286

Last was changed on 4.9.2013
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