Numbers in your Conlang! :)

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Ciarán12 » 2012-07-09, 20:47

Masmun numbers - (pronunciations in brackets are non-standard)

Numbers:
1 sam [sɐm] (sam)
2 tast [tɐst] (tast)
3 sé [se:] (sɛ:)
4 sì [sø] (sɪu)
5 cah [kaʰ] (kaʰ)
6 ceti [ketɪ] (kɛtɪ)
7 muol [muɔl] (muol)
8 mele [mele] (mɛlɛ)
9 sí [si:] (si:)
10 tyou [tʲo:u] (ʧo:ʊ)

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby hippopotame » 2012-07-10, 21:15

Hesđiva numbers:

0 sef (sef)
1 eeya (e:ja)
2 zeen (ze:n)
3 yoodh (yo:ð)
4 miyáár (mijæ:r)
5 fyoohra (fjo:hra)
6 hengha (hengʰa)
7 qhááson (xæ:son)
8 leerha (le:ʀa) or (le:ɣa)
9 fjdhoosa (fəðo:sa)
10 zezh (zeʒ)

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-07-17, 1:14

Tikolmian (base 11, Quadratic > Sylvaric):
1 = iso ['iso]
2 = mik [mik]
3 = zekō [ze'ko:]
4 = cēk [ke:k]
5 = tab [tab]
6 = lad [lad]
7 = lobok ['lo.bɔk]
8 = ayw ['aju]
9 = sas [sas]
10 = mos [mɔs]

Leafoosish (base 20, Indo-European > Italic):
1 = yn [ɪn]
2 = dw [du]
3 = trei [tɾej]
4 = catr [kat]
5 = senc [ʃɛŋk]
6 = sis [ʃis]
7 = set [ʃɛt]
8 = wit [wit]
9 = nwff [nuf]
10 = dis [dis]

Conilan (base 10, Indo-European > Italic):
1 = un [un]
2 = dos [dɔs]
3 = treis [tɾeis]
4 = quatro ['katɾo]
5 = cinco ['siŋko]
6 = sis [sis]
7 = sete ['sɛte]
8 = oto ['oto]
9 = novo ['novo]
10 = dis [dis]

Erian (base ??, Indo-European > Italic)
1 = oin [inj]
2 = dús [dɣu:sɣ]
3 = trei [tɾjei]
4 = caitre ['katjɾjə]
5 = sinc [ʃiŋjc]
6 = sise ['ʃiʃə]
7 = set [ʃɛtj]
8 = ít [i:tj]
9 = nufh [nɣu]
10 = dis [djiʃ]
(Edit: Fixed the Leafoosish and Erian for "four".)
(Edit again: Fixed the Leafoosish for "six" and the Tikolmian and Erian for "three".)
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Petrovitch » 2012-07-17, 18:52

1 - jat [jɑt]
2 - åjat [aʊjɑt]
3 - trııjat [triːjɑt]
4 - kaajat [kɑːjɑt]
5 - hennjat [hɛnjɑt]
6 - mőjat [moʊjɑt]
7 - bårjat [baʊrjɑt]
8 - ssıımjat [ʃiːmjɑt]
9 - ssrenjat [ʃrenjɑt]
10 - jatȗr [jɑtʌr]
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby PaulSh » 2012-07-20, 18:32

in ilmin:
1. ed/ɛd/
2.shi/ʃi/
3.chi/ʧi/
4.arfa/arfa/
5.minsh/minʃ/
6.so/su/
7.sef/sef/
8.azha/aʒa/
9.tiro/tiru/
10.di/di/

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-08-03, 3:13

I'd like to make a few corrections to what I posted earlier.
1) Tikolmian is not Quadratic at all, but Indo-Cryptic ( > Cryptic), where Indo-Cryptic is a hypothetical super-family that includes Indo-European and Cryptic.
2) Leafoosish for "four" and "seven" are not catra and sep, but catar and set.
3) You can't velarize a velar consonant (like I did in the transcriptions). :roll:

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby xroox » 2012-08-05, 16:57

Numbers in Rwe Kjë:

base-9 ancient-ritual:
0- gvoy
1- o'
2- er
3- piiç
4- piiço'
5- piiçer
6- e'piiç
7-e'piiço'
8- e'piicer
9- nalu

base 12 ancient-practical:
0- samarr
1- o'
2- er
3- piiç
4- piiço'
5- bwerpiiç
6- erpiiç
7- erpiiço'
8-bupihiiç
9-pihiiç
10-pihiiço'
11-bugä
12-gä

base-10 modern
0- samarr
1- o'
2- ir
3- piiç
4- gjir
5- dï
6- dïno'
7- dïnir
8- dïpiiç
9-bigädï / dïgjir
10-gädï
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Dormouse559 » 2012-09-02, 17:42

Finally made numbers for Lifanô. Lifanô uses a vigesimal system with decimal elements; that is there are non-composed names for the powers of 20 up to 64,000,000, but it also starts combining numbers after 10. The original meanings of the basic number names have been mostly obscured by sound change, but the names for 5, 10, 15, 20, and 400, as well as any numbers composed with them, were fairly transparent references to counting on fingers and toes in the proto-language (i.e. 310 = uompi soaffo < ūnī tᵂīt sat fu ≈ body counted my-foot times plus two hands). Lifanô has no concept of zero as a number.


1 - plu /ˈplu/
2 - sat /ˈsat/
3 - źeyi /ˈd͡ʒeʎi/
4 - ca /t͡sa/
5 - uo /ˈu͡o/ < ūfu "my hand"
6 - ka /ˈka/
7 - hań /ˈhaɲ/
8 - tiesa /ˈti͡esa/
9 - lań /ˈlaɲ/
10 - soaffo /ˈso͡affo/ < sat fu "two hands"

11 - ploafo /ˈplo͡afo/
12 - sazôfo /ˈsad͡zɔfo/
13 - źaykôfo /ˈd͡ʒaʎkɔfo/
14 - cafo /ˈt͡safo/
15 - uoni /ˈu͡oni/ < ūnī "my foot"
16 - kafo /ˈkafo/
17 - hancôfo /ˈhant͡sɔfo/
18 - tiesôfo /ˈti͡esɔfo/
19 - lancôfo /ˈlant͡sɔfo/
20 - pampi /ˈpampi/ < kᵂantᵂīt "human body"

40 - sappi /ˈsappi/
60 - źaypi /ˈd͡ʒaʎpi/
80 - caipi /ˈt͡saipi/
100 - uopi /ˈu͡opi/
120 - kaipi /ˈka͡ipi/
140 - hampi /ˈhampi/
160 - tiespi /ˈti͡espi/
180 - lampi /ˈlampi/
200 - soafopi /ˈso͡afopi/
220 - ploapi /ˈplo͡api/
240 - sazopi /ˈsad͡zopi/
260 - źaykapi /ˈd͡ʒaʎkapi/
280 - caupi /ˈt͡saupi/
300 - uompi /ˈu͡ompi/
320 - kaupi /ˈka͡upi/
340 - hancopi /ˈhant͡sopi/
360 - tiestispi /ˈti͡estispi/
380 - lancopi /ˈlant͡sopi/
400 - liśa /ˈliʃa/ < lisjæ "family"

8,000 - kattê /ˈkattɛ/
160,000 - vus /ˈvus/
3,200,000 - nańô /ˈnaɲɔ/
64,000,000 - psetta /ˈpsetta/
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-09-08, 1:35

Here are the numbers from one to ten in my unnamed and nonexistent romlang:

1 - in [in]
2 - du [du]
3 - tres [tres]
4 - cuatre ['kwatrə]
5 - cuinc [kwiŋk]
6 - ses [ses]
7 - set [set]
8 - oit [ojt]
9 - nov [nov]
10 - des [des]

This is the "misplaced stress romlang". That means that it originally had stress on the last syllable because all post tonic syllables tended to drop off, but for some reason the stress shifted to the penultimate.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby xroox » 2012-09-09, 15:15

Ebimu numbers

0 šur/šor
1 ü
2 doh
3 dreh
4 por
5 šiñ
6 ših
7 šer
8 ošu
9 më
10 žeh

IPA
0 /ʃur~ʃor/ [ʃʊɹ~ʃoɹ]
1 /ũ/ [ʊ̃]
2 /to/ [tɔː]
3 /tre/ [tɹɛː]
4 /por/ [pʷoɹ]
5 /iŋ/ [ʃɪŋ]
6 /ʃih/ [ʃiː]
7 /ʃer/ [ʃeɹ]
8 /oʃʊ/ [oʷʃ]
9 /mẽ/ [mẽ]
10 /t͡ʃeh/ [t͡ʃɛː]

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Llawygath » 2012-09-10, 2:46

Erilish (Indo-European > Celtic):

1 - oin
2 - dau
3 - tri
4 - ketwar
5 - pink
6 - sweks
7 - sets
8 - ots
9 - nau
10 - dek
[11 - oin ar dhek]
[12 - dau ar dhek]

The last two entries I'm not quite sure of, hence the brackets. I have a whole mess of things to work out about Erilish before I can be confident of any one word in it.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby KiLe7x » 2012-09-15, 19:07

Numbers in conlanguage Imanalarien:
reading and writing system of Imanalarien numbers is from right to left, and writing numerals, number by number is written from left to right...

0-SAJ
1-ENE
2-ARE
3-INA
4-IRA
5-AMA
6-ASI
7-IJE
8-ORI
9-ETE

10-SENE
11-ENENE
12-ARENE
13-INANE
14-IRANE
15-AMANE
16-ASINE
17-IJENE
18-ORINE
19-ETENE

20-SARE
21-ENERE
22-ARERE
23-INARE
24-IRARE
25-AMARE
26-ASIRE
27-IJERE
28-ORIRE
29-ETERE

30-SINA
31-ENENA
32-ARENA
33-INANA
34-IRANA
35-AMANA
36-ASINA
37-IJENA
38-ORINA
39-ETENA

40-SIRA
41-ENERA
42-ARERA
43-INARA
44-IRARA
45-AMARA
46-ASIRA
47-IJERA
48-ORIRA
49-ETERA

50-SAMA
51-ENEMA
52-AREMA
53-INAMA
54-IRAMA
55-AMAMA
56-ASIMA
57-IJEMA
58-ORIMA
59-ETEMA

60-SASI
61-ENESI
62-ARESI
63-INASI
64-IRASI
65-AMASI
66-ASISI
67-IJESI
68-ORISI
69-ETESI

70-SIJE
71-ENEJE
72-AREJE
73-INAJE
74-IRAJE
75-AMAJE
76-ASIJE
77-IJEJE
78-ORIJE
79-ETEJE

80-SORI
81-ENERI
82-ARERI
83-INARI
84-IRARI
85-AMARI
86-ASIRI
87-IJERI
88-ORIRI
89-ETERI

90-SETE
91-ENETE
92-ARETE
93-INATE
94-IRATE
95-AMATE
96-ASITE
97-IJETE
98-ORITE
99-ETETE

(VARI - for hundreds)

100-VARINE
101-ENE'VARINE
102-ARE'VARINE
103-INA'VARINE
104-IRA'VARINE
105-AMA'VARINE
106-ASI'VARINE
107-IJE'VARINE
108-ORI'VARINE
109-ETE'VARINE
110-SENE'VARINE
111-ENENE'VARINE

120-SARE'VARINE
121-ENERE'VARINE

130-SINA'VARINE
131-ENENA'VARINE

190-SETE'VARINE
191-ENETE'VARINE
199-ETETE'VARINE
200-VARIRE
201-ENE'VARIRE

300-VARINA
400-VARIRA
500-VARIMA
600-VARISI
700-VARIJE
800-VARIRI
900-VARITE
901-ENE'VARITE

999-ETETE'VARITE

(AVARI - for thousands)

1000-AVARINE
1001-ENE'AVARINE

1100-VARINE'AVARINE
1101-ENE'VARINE'AVARINE

1200-VARIRE'AVARINE
1300-VARINA'AVARINE
1400-VARIRA'AVARINE
1500-VARIMA'AVARINE
1600-VARISI'AVARINE
1700-VARIJE'AVARINE
1800-VARIRI'AVARINE
1900-VARITE'AVARINE

1999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARINE
2000-AVARIRE
3000-AVARINA
4000-AVARIRA
5000-AVARIMA
6000-AVARISI
7000-AVARIJE
8000-AVARIRI
9000-AVARITE

9999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARITE


10 000-AVARI'SENE
10 001-ENE'AVARI'SENE

10 010-SENE'AVARI'SENE

10 110-SENE'VARINE'AVARI'SENE

10 200-VARIRE'AVARI'SENE
10 300-VARINA'AVARI'SENE
10 400-VARIRA'AVARI'SENE
10 500-VARIMA'AVARI'SENE
10 600-VARISI'AVARI'SENE
10 700-VARIJE'AVARI'SENE
10 800-VARIRI'AVARI'SENE
10 900-VARITE AVARI'SENE

10 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'SENE
11 000-AVARI'ENENE

11 100-VARINE'AVARI'ENENE

11 125-AMARE'VARINE'AVARI'ENENE

11 200-VARIRE'AVARI'ENENE

11 900-VARITE'AVARI'ENENE

11 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ENENE
12 000-AVARI'ARENE
13 000-AVARI'INANE
14 000-AVARI'IRANE
15 000-AVARI'AMANE
16 000-AVARI'ASINE
17 000-AVARI'IJENE
18 000-AVARI'ORINE
19 000-AVARI'ETENE

19 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ETENE
20 000-AVARI'SARE
……
90 000-AVARI'SETE

99 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ETETE


100 000-AVARI'VARINE
100 001-ENE AVARI'VARINE

100 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'VARINE
101 000-AVARI'ENE'VARINE
101 001-ENE AVARI'ENE'VARINE
101 002-ARE AVARI'ENE'VARINE

102 000-AVARI'ARE'VARINE

109 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ETE'VARINE
110 000-AVARI'SENE'VARINE

110 235-AMANA'VARIRE'AVARI'SENE'VARINE
……
190 000-AVARI'SETE'VARINE
199 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ETETE'VARINE
200 000-AVARI'VARIRE
……
900 000-AVARI'VARITE

999 999-ETETE'VARITE'AVARI'ETETE'VARITE

(VAVARI - for milions)

1 000 000-VAVARINE
1 000 001-ENE'VAVARINE
1 000 125-AMARE'VARINE'VAVARINE

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby language learner » 2012-09-15, 19:13

Would this be intelligible in a conversation?

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby KiLe7x » 2012-09-15, 19:23

имен wrote:Would this be intelligible in a conversation?



yes...why..?
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Kshaard » 2013-05-17, 10:35

Reviving old threads because.
Oh boy. What's with me and beginning new conlangs all the time? Anyway...
dəsdifisufia uses a binary system.

1 - fəis
2 - gaŋ
3 - gaŋ əd fəis
4 - gəhi
5 - gəhi əd fəis
6 - gəhi əd gaŋ
7 - gəhi əd gaŋ əd fəis
8 - dəba
and so on. The number words used are fəis (1), gaŋ (2), gəhi (4), dəba (8), uŋd (16), səmu (32) and niha (64). Above 127 multiples of 64 are used, so gaŋ niha would mean 128; gaŋ əd fəis niha is 192, and so on until niha niha when there are no more numbers.
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Fox Saint-Just » 2013-05-19, 17:00

In Ardlang:

0 - nul /nul/
1 - un /un/
2 - du /du/
3 - tri /tri/ or /tɹi/
4 - qar /tʃar/ or /tʃaɹ/
5 - pen /pen/
6 - lyu /lju/
7 - sep /sep/
8 - bat /bat/
9 - nav /nav/

10 - dek /dek/
11 - dekun
12 - dekdu

20 - dudek
21 - dudekun
30 - tridek
40 - qardek
50 - pendek

100 - sto /sto/
101 - stoun
123 - stodudektri

1000 - kil /kil/
million - milyon /miljon/
billion - milyard /miljard/ or /miljaɹd/

Edit: Some minor changes.
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Iparxi_Zoi » 2013-05-22, 20:49

Numbers for Chalean (Romlang):

0 zero [zeɾo]
1 uno(m.)/una(f.)/unu (n.) [uno]/[una]/[unu]
2 dos (m.)/das(f.)/do(n.)[ðos]/[ðas]/[ðo]
3 tres (m. & f.)/tre (n.] [tɾes]/[tɾe]
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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Iparxi_Zoi » 2013-05-22, 20:56

Numbers for Chalean (Romlang):

0 zero [zeɾo]
1 uno(m.)/una(f.)/unu (n.) [uno]/[una]/[unu]
2 dos (m.)/das(f.)/do(n.) [ðos]/[ðas]/[ðo]
3 tres (m. & f.)/tre (n.) [tɾes]/[tɾe]
4 quatro [kwatɾo]
5 chinche [kiŋke]
6 seç [seʃ]
7 sefte [sefte]
8 oxto [oxto]
9 nove [nove]
10 dece [ðeʃe]

Numbers for Lathian (Indo-European conlang):

1 oino [oino]
2 tuo [two]
3 tre [tɾe]
4 fethru [feθɾu]
5 pambe [pambe]
6 beçe [βeʃe]
7 sapte [sapte]
8 oçto [oʃto]
9 neun [neun]
10 teçe [teʃe]
Native/Mis lenguas maternas: [flag=español mexicano (Mexican Spanish)]es-MX[/flag] [flag=español (Spanish)]es[/flag] American English (en-US) English (en)
Advanced (I hope)/Espero que no se me olvide: [flag=français (French)]fr[/flag]
In love with/Me encantan: [flag=ελληνικά (Greek)]el[/flag] [flag=português (Portuguese)]pt[/flag]
Also intested in/También me interesarían: [flag=العربية (Arabic)]ar[/flag] [flag=italiano (Italian)]it[/flag] [flag=Türkçe (Turkish)]tr[/flag]

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Boheme » 2013-05-24, 5:47

Gyenmayeul /gjɛnmajœl/

0 - tyûn /tjʊn/
1 - ti /tʰiː/
2 - ni /ni:/
3 - sûm /sʊm/
4 - pa /pʰa/
5 - hen /hɤn/
6 - dal /dʰal/
7 - yet /jɛtʰ/
8 - zat /tsatʰ/
9 - gu /guː/
10 - qi /tɕʰiː/
100 - nal /nal/
1000 - zyal /tsʲal/
1000000 - tal /tʰal/

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Koko » 2013-12-02, 6:24

Kōnen/Phei'l: (Phei'l is the tribal language that Kōnen derives from{funny how I invented Kōnen before Phei'l though})
0- x̭ei [keɪ]
1- Rae [reɪ] 2- Kô [ko] 3- Sä [sα] 4- Mál [mel] 5- Au [α:] 6- Kha [ka] 7- Sré [sre]
8- Éha [ehɔ] 9- Lúdo [ludo] 10- Kón [kɔn]
20- Rón 30- Són 40- Ón 50- Gón 60- Tǒn [tɔn] 70- Shǒn 80- Yǒn 90- Dōen [de:n]
100- Yhe [ve] Ko-, évh-+-vé=200/800 Sa-, ka-+-yhé=300/600 Mávê, Avei, Sevéa, Lûvae=400/500/700/900 [-ve]=-vé, -yhé, etc... [luvaɪ]-900

Example: 13- Kón-Sä 356- Sayhé-Gón-Kha


Bhéki:

Bè[bε], Ho, sI[si], jé[dʒe], kó[kɔ], me[mi], ni[naɪ], av[ev], xho[ʒo], vôv[voʊv]
Vô-+(cardinal number)=1-: 14- Vôjé. However, -2 is -hôbè(double one)
(cardinal number)+-Voü=x10: 61- Mevoübè['mivubε]

20- Hôvôv, Sivôv, Jévôv, Kovôv, Mèvôv, Nivôv, Abvôv, Xóvôv, Voüvôv.

1,111- Bévoüvôbè (before another voü, it becomes bé)


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