Numbers in your Conlang! :)

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Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Lippinhoo » 2012-06-08, 16:49

I'll start posting the numbers 0 to 10 in my unnamed conlang! (If you wanna suggest names, I accept :D )

0 – nu/nǔa
1 - moǔ
2 – du/dǔa
3 - tete
4 - cǔara
5 - ziči
6 - šeta
7 - šepƛo
8 - gyaře
9 - nyiƛe
10 – dumi
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby translation_gr » 2012-06-08, 21:46

I'd suggest you name it Sǔaře or Sǔaƛe or something similar. Just my opinion! :D
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby hashi » 2012-06-09, 0:00

Niđalos / Nezen:

0. nai /
1. ud / unt
2. ta / zie
3. si / ðer
4. vo / fu
5. pat / jąt
6. šes / zjes
7. nan / nan
8. kat / kąti
9. niv / nia
10. udinai (inai / udi) / unnę

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby dkatbena » 2012-06-09, 1:36

i suggest the name "Annow" for your conlang.read as "Ah" + Know.

0 – nu/nǔa
1 - moǔ
2 – du/dǔa
3 - tete
4 - cǔara
5 - ziči
6 - šeta
7 - šepƛo
8 - gyaře
9 - nyiƛe
10 – dumi[/quote]
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Postby dkatbena » 2012-06-09, 1:40

the numbers in my conlang called "Esorotaoyo".( E pagbelang de conlang a inolangan a esorotaoyo) 1.) Esin 2.) Adoweh 3.) Tilwuon 4.) Aepat 5.) laema 6.) Awnom 7.) Eptoh 8.) Awloh 9.) Syem 10.) Sempu
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Irkan » 2012-06-09, 8:53

Okay, here are Hiranai's numbers:
1- i
2- da
3- ši
4- yon
5- hi
6- syezeen
7- ep̊
8- nat̥
9- nün
10- garaya

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby aforl » 2012-06-09, 10:06

1. Han (from Korean 'Hana')
2. Le (from Minnan Hokkien 'Dzi')
3. Set (from Korean 'Set')
4. Net (from Korean 'Net')
5. Oh (from Mandarin 'Wu')
6. Lu (From Mandarin 'Liu')
7. Cil (From Korean 'Chil')
8. Pal (From Korean 'Pal')
9. Gu (From Japanese 'Kyuu')
10. Yol (From Korean 'Yeol')
100. Be (From Minnan Teochew 'Peh')
1000. Cen (From Mandarin 'Qian')

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Quetzalcoatl » 2012-06-09, 15:51

Miwonša

All numbers have adverbial and adjectival forms. If they refer to certain nouns, they take different endigns according to the case and the noun class the noun belongs to.

1: ano
2: pjara
3: kiši
4: šela
5: mjaško
6: šepi
7: honša
8: tupi
9: khona
10: anjura

11: anjura ano
12: anjura pjaš
13: anjura kiš
14: anjura šela
15: anjura mjaško
16: anjura šepi
17: anjura honš
18: anjura tupi
19: anjura khona
20: pjašura

30 kišura
40: šeljura
50: mjaškjura
60: šepjura
70: honšura
80: tupjura
90: khonjura

100: lhonso
200 pjašonso
300: kišonso
400: šeljonso
500: mjaškjonso
600: šepjonso
700: honšonso
800: tupjonso
900: khonjonso

1000: faita
10000: anjura faita
100000: lhonšo faita
1000000: miljoni

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Ashucky » 2012-06-09, 17:01

Numbers 0-10 in all my conlangs:

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Laefêvëši:
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Thaṣṙivṙal:
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Settaka:
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Saitlaa:
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Kompekh:
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Vateno:
0:míttanyksgenokäänħptahttyp
1:sysenčenħmarnlep
2:vrâcywkeioonħštândrap
3:líatrejhunenħflaikkøp
4:kwyrrönsoonħêrskrep
5:lúepynkeerčoonħǧojkup
6:lâiṣykspaijönħkaoggop
7:léisyptvärläänħpôkþdip
8:lêjaaktčëinšünħžûkkaswp
9:faránywngoinmänħblôzsæp
10:śálaśynkräinhaanħnlaužsøp

Higher numbers in Laefêvëši:

11: sýśa
12: séva
13: sélia
14: séma
15: sélue
16: seína
17: séina
18: sélna
19: séra

20: vrála
30: líala
40: mâla
50: lúela
60: lâinala
70: léiala
80: lêjala
90: farála

100: ǿse
200: vráse
300: ljáse
400: máse
500: lêse
600: laínse
700: léise
800: jálejse
900: faráse

All numbers (in Laefêvëši) are declined and have several forms; apart from ordinal numerals, the other forms are: collective numerals, differential numerals, multiplicative numerals, fractions, nominalised numerals, and two adjectival forms: adverbs of time and adverbs of frequency.
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby razlem » 2012-06-09, 17:22

Mwe Angos:

0: nun
1: ayn
2: don
3: tin
4: kan
5: keyn
6: sen
7: sun
8: okon
9: novan
10: den
11: den-ayn
12: den-don
...
20: don-den
21: don-den-ayn
22: don-den-don
...
30: tin-den
40: kan-den
50: keyn-den
60: sen-den
...
100: syen
101: syen-(nun-)ayn
...
110: syen-den
111: syen-den-ayn
112: syen-den-don
...
1000: den-syen
...
10.000: syon
100.000: den-syon
...
1.000.000: eseon
10.000.000: den-eseon
...
100.000.000: ospen
1.000.000.000: ospen
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Dormouse559 » 2012-06-10, 3:21

Here are the numbers 1-10 and then higher numbers in Mirona:

1 - kani
2 - lüci
3 - gevi
4 - sâser
5 - mügu
6 - foter
7 - iuz
8 - daz
9 - trôtu
10 - kâpestro

11 - kâpeskani
12 - kâpeslütsi
13 - kâpesgevi
14 - kâpessâser
15 - kâpesmügu
16 - kâpesfoter
17 - kâpesiuz
18 - kâpesdaz
19 - kâpestrôdu

20 - lüvestro
30 - gefestro
40 - sâpestro
50 - müvestro
60 - fovestro
70 - iuvestro
80 - sâpestro
90 - trôpestro

100 - kâpöndo
1000 - kâiavo
1,000,000 – kâmiliô
1,000,000,000 – kâmiliar


Here are the numbers 1-10 and higher numbers up to 100 in Selvesco:

1 - uno
2 - duos
3 - tres
4 - vatro
5 - cimb
6 - sesč
7 - set
8 - očo
9 - nof
10 - deč

11 - unci
12 - doici
13 - treici
14 - vatorci
15 - vinci
16 - seici
17 - setienci
18 - dueventi
19 - undeventi

20 - venti
30 - trenta
40 - varenta
50 - vimbenta
60 - sescenta
70 - setenta
80 - ocenta
90 - noventa

100 - ciento
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby ling » 2012-06-10, 5:53

1 kot
2 dot
3 tep
4 lep
5 vand
6 leim
7 teim
8 doin
9 koin
10 puk
20 dotpuk
21 dotpukkot
100 mest
276 dotmestteimpukleim
1000 tuj
10000 yunk
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Esmelthien » 2012-06-10, 11:21

The Chaindurans (Ti'eendörö'a /tiˈʔe̞ːndœrœʔa/) use an octal numeral system, as they've got two hands, with four fingers on each.

08-khää /kʰæː/
18-än /ʔæn/
28-se'i /ˈse̞ʔi/
38-kä'i /ˈkæʔi/
48-tön /tœn/
58-nä'na /ˈnæna/
68-sö'i /ˈsœʔi/
78-ñä'i /ˈŋæʔi/
108-ûm /ʔɯm/
118-ûm pföm'än /ʔɯm p̪͡fœɱˈʔæn/
128-ûm pfömze'i /ʔɯm p̪͡fœnˈze̞ʔi/

More detailed info, if you like:
208-te'a
308-kä'ni
408-tön'a
508-nä'ma
608-sö'iin
708-ñä'i'ûm
1008-xända
2008-ka'e
3008-kä'ixän
4008-tönxän
5008-nä'naxän
6008-sö'ixän
7008-ñä'ixän
10008-fe'ii
20008-tla'ne
30008-kä'ifii
40008-tönvii
50008-nä'nafii
60008-sö'ifii
70008-ñä'ifii
10.0008-fän
20.0008-âpli
30.0008-kä'ifän
40.0008-tönvän
50.0008-nä'nafän
60.0008-sö'ifän
70.0008-ñä'ifän
100.0008-kö'ûn
200.0008-pre'i
300.0008-kä'ikûn
400.0008-töngûn
500.0008-nä'nakûn
600.0008-sö'ikûn
700.0008-ñä'ikûn
10.000.000.0008-fäñxi
20.000.000.0008-me'i'a
30.000.000.0008-kä'ifäñxi
40.000.000.0008-tönväñxi
...
1·10158-fäñze'ixi
2·10158-mese'i'i'a
3·10158-kä'ifäñze'ixi
4·10158-tönväñze'ixi
...
1·10208-fäñgä'ixi
2·10208-mekä'i'i'a
3·10208-kä'ifäñgä'ixi
4·10208-tönväñgä'ixi
etc.

'pföm-' means 'and.'

31.576.724.2038 would be ' kä'ifänxi pfömnä'nafii'ñä'ixänzö'iinñä'ikö'ûn'âplitönviika'e pfömkä'i '
/kæʔiˈfæŋɣi p̪͡fœɱnænafiːŋæʔixænzœʔiːnŋæʔiˈkœʔʊnʔɑp̪͡ɬitœɱviːkaʔe̞ p̪͡fœŋˈkæʔi/.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Lippinhoo » 2012-06-11, 13:02

translation_gr wrote:I'd suggest you name it Sǔaře or Sǔaƛe or something similar. Just my opinion! :D


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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Kēwēkamē » 2012-06-12, 18:38

Prepare for rather long (though not in words) post. Tables don't seem to like me.

C Cou Proıdounıœmæ Lègælıefra (HyPry)
1- 'æ'
2- tʃo
3- dʒın
4- þu
5- ɯa
6- ıeks
7 - benæ'
8 - bentʃo
9 - bendʒın
10- benþu
(base 7)
(NOTE - not declining these for the abstract math. state, which they normally would be...)
Sample other number: 313 - base 7 - 625 - kîêmtotɯa
And, because it's fun playing with this illogical language, spoken for some reason by a race of logic nuts, here's a few more:
10,024 - base 7 - 41,140 - þúııǎětâêmþuþ
14,159 - base 7 - 56,165 - ɯáııkǐětâêmkesɯa
999 - base 7 - 2,625 - tʃǒtkîêmtotɯa
42 - base 7 - 60 - kes


Evelēranēl
1- ken
2- bal
3- dahr
4- inte
5- dok
6- mol
7 - þor
8 - kenskõ
9 - kenlbõ
10- kendrõ
(base 8)
Sample other number: 274 - base 8 - 422 - intebalbõ

Genljøŋ
1- än
2- bø
3- mje
4- trë
5- jar
6- ið
7 - hwü
8 - vul
9 - qel
10- njø
(base 10)
Sample other number: 196 - sentljëqið
(There are separate numbers for 20, 30, etc. - 'sent' is 100)

Pa Ko Tseng Fe Cun
1- co
2- cofu
3- coco
4- cofufu
5- cofuco
6- cocofu
7 - cococo
8 - cofufufu
9 - cofufuco
10- cofucofu
(base 2) - :) - the speakers don't do an awful lot of counting
Sample other number: 29 - base 2 - 11101 - cococofuco


Neither Sśesháza nor Bų́ép'û̀dsếvề have numbers yet. I'm still working on the former's grammar and the latter's... erm... vowel issues.
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Plaas » 2012-06-21, 10:00

Here are some of my conlangs. Most of them are related ("Suderialic"). You will find out that some of these languages use a sextal numeral system (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10).

Bactan / Baktein (Suderialic > Seta)
1. im
2. inje
3. toron
4. lendre
5. sean
6. sat
7. satim
8. satinje
9. sattoron
10. satlendre

Ebinean / Ebineale )Suderialic > Sudeh)
1. em
2. puk
3. szom
4. lesz
5. ham
6. hat
7. hatem
8. hatuk
9. hatszom
10. hatlesz

Issel / Isselsk (IE > Germanic)
1. ien
2. twie
3. trej
4. fjur
5. fyf
6. sês
7. seon
8. eit
9. nijn
10. ten

Marin / Marán (Suderialic > Seta)
1. im
2. dde
3. toron
4. landre
5. san
6. sat
7. satim
8. satdde
9. sattoron
10. satlan

Mokong (Isolate)
1. as
2. kas
3. et
4. mêr
5. hên
6. les / lês
7. lêsas
8. lêskas
9. leset
10. lêsmer

Rabione / Rabionez (Suderialic > Moziac)
1. ex
2. bu
3. dar
4. lez
5. sam
6. es
7. nög
8. led
9. hez
10. negeff

Raspan / Raspexm (Suderialic > Seta)
1. em
2. edya
3. torom
4. lan
5. sem
6. sat
7. satem
8. satedya
9. sattorom
10. satlan

Sibiotic / Sibiost (IE > Germanic)
1. ei - [e.]
2. tu - [tu]
3. zar - [þar]
4. fiu - [fju]
5. fei - [fe.]
6. seg - [sek]
7. sibu - ['sibu]
8. ahta - ['axta]
9. niono - ['ñono]
10. taeh - [tε.x]

Sudalic / Sudale (Suderialic -> Sudeh)
1. hem
2. pum
3. com
4. lenc
5. sam
6. sat
7. satem
8. satum
9. satom
10. satlenc
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby language learner » 2012-06-21, 19:08

Xjox жо Jumju:
0 жо
1 fu
2 si
3 sifu
4 sisi
5 siro
6 sika
7 eomse
8 sikasao
9 eomsesi
10 roro
11 roro fu
12 roro si
13 roro sifu
20 dekem si
21 dekem si fu
22 dekem si djo si
24 dekem si djo sisi
29 dekem si eomsesi
30 dekem sifu
31 dekem sifu djo fu
32 dekem sifu si
44 dekem sisi djo sisi
50 dekem siro
100 xa
123 xa dekem si djo sifu
1000 ke
1234 ke xa si dekem sifu sisi
10 000 ke dekem
100 000 ke xa
1 000 000 жоsika

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Ashucky » 2012-07-07, 11:38

I made a few recordings of Laefêvëši numbers for some friends and I figured I could also post them here. :)

So, here we go:
0-19, 20-90, 100-900:
0 mítta, 1 sá, 2 vrâ, 3 lía, 4 mâ, 5 lúe, 6 lâi, 7 léi, 8 lêja, 9 fará
10 śála, 11 sýśa, 12 séva, 13 sélia, 14 séma, 15 sélue, 16 seína, 17 séina, 18 sélna, 19 séra
20 vrála, 30 líala, 40 mâla, 50 lúela, 60 lâinala, 70 léiala, 80 lêjala, 90 farála
100 ǿse, 200 vráse, 300 ljáse, 400 máse, 500 lêse, 600 laínse, 700 léise, 800 jálejse, 900 faráse


530,402,084,912: lêselíalaikke másevrâitte mâilêjalaimme faráse séva

999,999,999,999,999: farásefaráifarálaiffe farásefaráifarálaikke farásefaráifarálaitte farásefaráifarálaimme faráse faráifarála

The last one is also the highest number I can currently say in Laefêvëši; you can't say anything beyond trillions (for now, anyway). :P
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Linguistic14 » 2012-07-09, 11:28

Kczpịę Numbers

Cardinal Numbers
0- cęo
1- łån
2- tu
3- cį
4- fų
5- fwi
6- zic
7- cwin
8- ąt
9- nąn
10- tịn
20- tłintẹ
100- randįh
1000- caåncạ
million- randįh-caånaj
billion- tłinrandįh-caånaj
trillion- cįrandįh-caånaj


Ordinal
0- cęo
1- fęc
2- czic
3- cįh
4- fųh
5- fwị
add (ạ,ẹ,ị,ọ,ụ to vowels; h to consonants)


999,999,999,999,999-nąnrandįh nąntịn nịnąncįrandįh w nąnrandįh nąntịn nịnąntłinrandįh w nąnrandįh nąntịn nịnąnrandįh-nąnrandįh nąntịn nịnąncaånaj nąnrandįh nąntįn nąn

987,654,321,987,654th-nąnrandįh ạttịn nịcwincįrandįh w zicrandįh fwitịn nịfųtłinrandįh w cįrandįh tłintẹ nịrandįh- nąnrandįh ąttịn nịcwincaånaj zicrandįh fwitịn fųh
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-07-09, 19:25

Okili numbers:

1 = ank ['ank]
2 = apiƛ ['apitɬ]
3 = otxen ['otxen]
4 = ane ['ane]
5 = inci ['intsi]
6 = oti ['oti]
7 = enči ['entʃi]
8 = ehmp ['ɛmp]
9 = utek ['utek]
10 = upun ['upun]


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