Numbers in your Conlang! :)

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Zé do Rock » 2018-01-29, 23:07

1- un
2- dos
3- tris
4- for
5- peta
6- seis
7- sedem
8- oito
9- naine
10- ti
11- tiun
12- tidos
13- titris, etc
20- doti
30- triti
40- foti, etc

100- sto
1000- mile
1.000.000- milion

com excessao do 6, as consoantes finais podem ser cortadas se depois da palavra no vem uma vogal, as vogais podem ser cortadas se depois da palavra no vem consoante. dos autos, dos amigis, mas do hauses, do femas. (cars, frends, houses, women). pet autos, pet amigis, mas peta hauses, peta femas. a harmonia de vocal e consoante... entao se você ta contando: un-do-tri-fo-peta-seis-sedem-oito-naine-ti.

excepting the number 6, the final consonants can be cut if after the word no vowel comes, the vowels can be cut if after the word no consonant comes. dos autos, dos amigis, but do hauses, do femas. pet autos, pet amigis, but peta hauses, peta femas. the harmony of vowel and consonant... so, when you'r counting: un-do-tri-fo-peta-seis-sedem-oito-naine-ti.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Koko » 2018-02-07, 4:11

Koko wrote:0- an
1- i
2- ji
3- je
4- e
5- o
6- jo
7- ju
8- u
9- ce
10- le
100- hes
1000- poi

....

11- ile
25- oleji
37- juleje
102- jiges
138- ugesje
1,421- ilejigesevo (one-ten-two-hundred-four-thousand) [one and two tens and four hundreds and a thousand]

This is all changed. Except in how numbers larger than 10 are formed. You still basically work backwords.

list 0-10: (vertical lists are too much effort for me right now)
0 an, 1 nu, 2 ji, 3 ek, 4 e, 5 o, 6 sad, 7 hai, 8 ya, 9 żù, 10 le

11 - nule, 15- ole, 20- leji, 25- oleji, 40- leye < *lee (in some dialects you may hear lee, but it is generally not accepted as it is quite hard to distinguish from le (10))

1421 is then read nulejigesepoi(nu)

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Kota-Ebau » 2018-08-18, 19:44

Kjäslat Kvötarnkäitahjösäl (Numbers in Kevotish):
0: Kob.
1: Äyc.
2: Ryn.
3: Myc.
4: Kvälc.
5: Kjev.
6: Byn.
7: Gjorn.
8: Hvorn.
9: Kvyn.
10: Hamär.
11: Hamär äyc.
12: Hamär ryn.
13: Hamär myc.
14: Hamär kvälc.
15: Hamär kjev.
16: Hamär byn.
17: Hamär gjorn.
18: Hamär hvorn.
19: Hamär kvyn.
20: Rynhamär.
21: Rynhamär äyc.
22: Rynhamär ryn.
23: Rynhamär myc.
24: Rynhamär kvälc.
25: Rynhamär kjev.
30: Mychamär.
40: Kvälchamär.
50: Kjevhamär.
60: Bynhamär.
70: Gjornhamär.
80: Hvornhamär.
90: Kvynhamär.
100: Ödär.
200: Rynödär.
300: Mycödär.
400: Kvälcödär.
500: Kjevödär.
1000: Kväntär.
1984: Kväntär kvynödär hvornhamär kvälc.
2018: Rynkväntär hamär hvorn.
10000: Hamäkväntär.
100000: Ödäkväntär.
1000000: Gülmär.
10000000: Hamägülmär.
100000000: Ödägülmär.
1000000000: Mylnär.
For those who don't know, in Kevotish the letter "c" is equal to the africate sound "ts".
Thanks.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Kota-Ebau » 2018-08-22, 23:39

Numbers in Konstonian (Konśtėnjąźkjeła Ceśłaćk):
0: Źwreć.
1: Jęć.
2: Źwjęć.
3: Drjęć.
4: Źłjęć.
5: Pryweć.
6: Weć.
7: Sjęśweć
8: Wėseć.
9: Źwjęneć.
10: Jęmet.
11: Jęme jęć.
12: Jęme źwjęć.
13: Jęme drjęć.
14: Jęme źłjęć.
15: Jęme pryweć.
20: Źwjęmet.
21: Źwjęme jęć.
22: Źwjęme źwjęć.
23: Źwjęme drjęć.
24: Źwjęme źłjęć.
25: Źwjęme pryweć.
30: Drjęmet.
40: Źljęmet.
50: Prywemet.
100: Jędet.
1000: Jęcet.
1984: Jęce zwjęnede wėseme źłjęć.
2018: Źwjęce jęme wėseć.
10000: Jęćmet.
100000: Jęćdet.
1000000: Jęzet.
10000000: Jęźmet.
100000000: Jęźdet.
1000000000: Jęśet.

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Re: Numbers in your Conlang! :)

Postby Lippinhoo » 2020-06-19, 18:59

Numbers in Venissean, the official language of the New High Venissean Empire.

dë deios iksäni y vassävyos nyëngios

0 – nyam
1 – amuës
2 – bäor
3 – dimä
4 – käutur
5 – kesi
6 – aksior
7 – hatuës
8 – elys
9 – temen
10 – sädys
11 – sädyasamuës
12 – sädyasbäor
13 – sädyasdimä
14 – sädyaskäutur
15- sädyaskesi
16 – sädyasaksior
17 – sädyashatuës
18 – sädyaselys
19- sädyastemen
20 – bädrys
21 – bädryasamuës
22 – bädryasbäor
30 – dimädrys
40 – käudrys
50 – kessadrys
60 – aksiodrys
70 – hatuëdrys
80 – elysadrys
90 – temenedrys
100 – kendäur
154 – kendäur as kessadryaskäutur
200 – bädäur
300 – dimendäur
400 – käudäur
500 – kessadäur
600 – aksiodäur
700 – hatuëdäur
800 – elysdäur
900 – temendäur
1000 – valios
1346 – valios dimendäur as käudryasaksior

Ordinals are formed by adding –ërys/-rys to the cardinal number (excepting beruës “first” and bradës “second”). Examples:

3º – dimërys
4º – käudrërys
5º – kesërys
6º – aksërys
7º – hatuërys
8º – elysërys
9º – temenërys
10º– sädysërys
100º - kendrërys
1000º - valiorys
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