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Numbers in Volapük

How to count in Volapük, an International Auxiliary Language invented by Johann Martin Schleyer, a German Priest, in 1879.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 ser  
1 bal balid
2 tel telid
3 kil kilid
4 fol folid
5 lul lulid
6 mäl mälid
7 vel velid
8 jöl jölid
9 zül zülid
10 deg degid
11 degbal degbalid
12 degtel degtelid
13 degkil degkilid
14 degfol degfolid
15 deglul deglulid
16 degmäl degmälid
17 degvel degvelid
18 degjöl degjölid
19 degzül degzülid
20 teldeg teldegid
21 teldegbal teldegbalid
22 teldegtel teldegtelid
30 kildeg kildegid
40 foldeg foldegid
50 luldeg luldegid
60 mäldeg mäldegid
70 veldeg veldegid
80 jöldeg jöldegid
90 züldeg züldegid
100 tum tumid
1000 mil milid



Information about Volapük | Phrases | Numbers

Numbers in International Auxiliary Languages (IALs)

Esperanto, Folkspraak, Ido, Interlingua, Interlingue / Occidental, Interslavic, Lingwa de planeta, Lingua Franca Nova, Novial, Romániço, Volapük

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