At last! I looove the thought that goes into numbers in conlangs!
Anyway, here are some of mine...
(Note: forms are given cardinalordinalother notes)
Folkish Numbers (Folkisch Tahlen):
Nylle
EinFersten [1firsta(n)]
TwaAnther
ThreiThrieth
FjoerFjoerth
FimfFimfeth
SichsSichseth
SebbenSebbenth
AchtuAchtuth
NynNynth
TehnTehnth
...
Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
1 Şiys Shais (va(n) saħfirst)
2 Dvx Duth
3 Ţrēĕk Tsre’k
4 Kaţr Keitsr
5 Şgrāx Shgraath
6 Siyģ Saij
7 Caw *lateral click*eiv
8 Eħ eekh
9 Neħ Neekh
10 Nań Neiny
For clarification, the Kh sound is a voiceless velar fricative, pronounced like an h but lower in the thorat. The ' indicates a glottal stop and the 'ny' indicates a palatalized n. I will provide more clarification if needed.
2 Dvx Duth
3 Ţrēĕk Tsre’k
4 Kaţr Keitsr
5 Şgrāx Shgraath
6 Siyģ Saij
7 Caw *lateral click*eiv
8 Eħ eekh
9 Neħ Neekh
10 Nań Neiny
For clarification, the Kh sound is a voiceless velar fricative, pronounced like an h but lower in the thorat. The ' indicates a glottal stop and the 'ny' indicates a palatalized n. I will provide more clarification if needed.
Native: English (US)
Fluent: Français
Learning: русский язык
Hope to learn: Magyar, Tatar
Conlang projects: Aħkvm, upcoming unnamed project.
Fluent: Français
Learning: русский язык
Hope to learn: Magyar, Tatar
Conlang projects: Aħkvm, upcoming unnamed project.
 firegem123
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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Here's 010 in my conlang Chiánggok:
0. düg
1. ik
2. dï
3. si
4. lā
5. ník
6. chà
7. fe
8. nö
9. gam
10. jŭ
0. düg
1. ik
2. dï
3. si
4. lā
5. ník
6. chà
7. fe
8. nö
9. gam
10. jŭ
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
1 pem (n and m are nasal are are pronunced the same exact way)
2 wachi
3 taman
4 feka
5 homu
6 fomu
7 womu
8 tamu
9 femu
10 hoho
This numbers basically use the Japanese pronunciation. The letter sounds that are not in japanese use the vowel sounds.
2 wachi
3 taman
4 feka
5 homu
6 fomu
7 womu
8 tamu
9 femu
10 hoho
This numbers basically use the Japanese pronunciation. The letter sounds that are not in japanese use the vowel sounds.
ummmm....... I speak some banging french! XD
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Numbers 110 in Gurcaj:
1: og 2: ne 3: san 4: fi 5: gu 6: ryu 7: evt 8: pa 9: kau 10: tcun
The pronunciations are:
ox, nɛ, θan, fɪ, xʊ, ɾyŭ, ɛwt, pa, kaǔ, th̪͆ʊn
1: og 2: ne 3: san 4: fi 5: gu 6: ryu 7: evt 8: pa 9: kau 10: tcun
The pronunciations are:
ox, nɛ, θan, fɪ, xʊ, ɾyŭ, ɛwt, pa, kaǔ, th̪͆ʊn
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Numbers 1  10 For Oealu
1 Ykasa
2 Kasa
3 Koluma
4 Neļa
5 Veisa
6 Kuoƶa
7 Seisama
8 Kedeksa
9 Ydeksa
10 Poia
1 Ykasa
2 Kasa
3 Koluma
4 Neļa
5 Veisa
6 Kuoƶa
7 Seisama
8 Kedeksa
9 Ydeksa
10 Poia
Native: American English
SemiFluent: Jamaican Patois (Jumiekan Patwa)
Learning: Arabic (العربية)
Studying: Finnish (Suomi), Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Estonian (Eesti Keel)
Constructed: Oealu (Oialu No Keila), Kamalian (Kamalixut), Sumi Languages
SemiFluent: Jamaican Patois (Jumiekan Patwa)
Learning: Arabic (العربية)
Studying: Finnish (Suomi), Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Estonian (Eesti Keel)
Constructed: Oealu (Oialu No Keila), Kamalian (Kamalixut), Sumi Languages
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Here is part of the incomplete number system for Tikolmian. It's base three. I don't remember all of it, but here it is anyway.
1  iso
2  meci
3  zekō
4  zekō iso
5  zekō meci
I forget what any of the numbers after five are, so they're not here. I'm not sure what the number system for Fooblian is. I think the Sylvanian number system is base ten, but I don't have the numbers for it yet. If I figure them out I will post them here.
1  iso
2  meci
3  zekō
4  zekō iso
5  zekō meci
I forget what any of the numbers after five are, so they're not here. I'm not sure what the number system for Fooblian is. I think the Sylvanian number system is base ten, but I don't have the numbers for it yet. If I figure them out I will post them here.

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Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
From a conlang in progress, Experimental Conlang A:
The number system is vigesimal.
Ordinals are irregular for one and two and constructed with [ki] for higher numbers.
one [haw]
two [pen]
three [kæp]
four [ko]
five [tʃaŋa]
six [name]
seven [pılt]
eight [jenn]
nine [lafa]
ten [mol]
eleven [molhaw]
twenty [lad]
thirty [ladmol]
forty [penilad]
fifty [peniladmol]
sixty [kæplad]
seventy [kæpladmol]
eighty [jenilad]
ninety [jeniladmol]
hundred [θio]
thousand [fima]
first [paj]
second [hobεn]
third [kæpki]
fourth [koki]
etc.
The number system is vigesimal.
Ordinals are irregular for one and two and constructed with [ki] for higher numbers.
one [haw]
two [pen]
three [kæp]
four [ko]
five [tʃaŋa]
six [name]
seven [pılt]
eight [jenn]
nine [lafa]
ten [mol]
eleven [molhaw]
twenty [lad]
thirty [ladmol]
forty [penilad]
fifty [peniladmol]
sixty [kæplad]
seventy [kæpladmol]
eighty [jenilad]
ninety [jeniladmol]
hundred [θio]
thousand [fima]
first [paj]
second [hobεn]
third [kæpki]
fourth [koki]
etc.
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
Numbers in Kamalian follow a base25 system:
1ŋup
2sat
3kip
4nal
5huk
6mip
7gup
8qik
9siq
10nux
11hip
12saq
13ŋas
14tuŋ
15mup
16lap
17mis
18sas
19gut
20kag
21qun
22sap
23xal
24qul
25pax
26paxŋup
27paxsat
32paxgup
50satpax
54satpaxnal
75kippax
76kippaxŋup
625hun
1250sathun /sat.hun/
1ŋup
2sat
3kip
4nal
5huk
6mip
7gup
8qik
9siq
10nux
11hip
12saq
13ŋas
14tuŋ
15mup
16lap
17mis
18sas
19gut
20kag
21qun
22sap
23xal
24qul
25pax
26paxŋup
27paxsat
32paxgup
50satpax
54satpaxnal
75kippax
76kippaxŋup
625hun
1250sathun /sat.hun/
Native: American English
SemiFluent: Jamaican Patois (Jumiekan Patwa)
Learning: Arabic (العربية)
Studying: Finnish (Suomi), Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Estonian (Eesti Keel)
Constructed: Oealu (Oialu No Keila), Kamalian (Kamalixut), Sumi Languages
SemiFluent: Jamaican Patois (Jumiekan Patwa)
Learning: Arabic (العربية)
Studying: Finnish (Suomi), Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Estonian (Eesti Keel)
Constructed: Oealu (Oialu No Keila), Kamalian (Kamalixut), Sumi Languages
Re: Numbers from your constructed language(s)?
The number system in my conlang ceorzani is rather peculiar, it has 9 numerical glyphs and in numbers that are greater than 10, the numbers in it are actually pronounced one at a time. For example the number 100 is literally read as onezerozero. I don't remember the how the numbers were called in my language right now, but i remember that I submitted them to another member via PM.
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