Numbers in Neolatin

How to count in Neolatin (Neolatino), an international auxiliary language designed to be used by speakers of Romance languages to communicate with one another.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 zèro
1 uno
2 doos (m), doas (f)
3 tres
4 quattro, quàttoro
5 cinque
6 sèx, sèxe
7 sèpte
8 òcto
9 nòve
10 dèce
11 óndece
12 dódece
13 trédece
14 quattórdece
15 quíndece
16 decesèx
17 decesèpte
18 deceòcto
19 decenòve
20 viente
21 viente-et-uno
22 viente-et-doos
23 viente-et-tres
24 viente-et-quattro
25 viente-et-cinque
26 viente-et-sèis
27 viente-et-sèpte
28 viente-et-òcto
29 viente-et-nòve
30 trenta
40 quaranta
50 cinquanta
60 sexanta
70 septanta
80 octanta
90 novanta
100 cènto
101 cènto uno
200 doos-cèntos
1,000 mille
1,001 mille uno
2,000 doos-mille
1 million un milione, un millîone
1 billion un miliardo
1 trillion un bilione, un billîone


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Numbers in International Auxiliary Languages (IALs)

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