Alisbet wrote:Here's a sample from my upcoming conlang d'Euscadia ri'tamire. Here are the number and they traditionally go from 1 to 10 (A). An example of base-11 system that is.
Yay, someone else who uses funny prime numbers for number bases!
Just stopping by to give everyone the new Erian numbers. Or, should I say, the Llyffws numbers, as that's the name of this dialect of Erian. It's also known as "Welsh Erian", as opposed to "Irish Erian".
1 - yn
2 - dw
3 - trei
4 - catra
5 - senc
6 - sis
7 - sep
8 - yt
9 - nwff
10/a - dis
Llyffws actually uses a mixed-base system. The numbers from 1 to 15 are what you'd expect from a Romance language, but the numbers from 15 to 20 are base 15-looking, and after 20 I don't know what happens. All I know is that thirty is called two fifteens.
*goes back into hiding to work on essays*
Native: English
Fluent: français
Basic: Cymraeg
Really basic: Español, lingua latīna
Conlangs (current): tikolmil, llyffws, Arliks, dilir
(Website is at
http://risteq.net/ if you ever want to visit. It's supposed to be in 4 languages.)