ams declines as a singular acrostatic athematic adjective, hiā declines as a dual thematic adjective. meyes and yentes decline as plural athematic adjectives. The rest are indeclinable. The final /e/ in the words for 5 and 6 is archaic but often appears before consonants.

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Łoresla
Łoresla uses an octal system, but I'll provide decimal values for clarity. I based it partly on Hebrew. I also stole the -im plural ending directly from Hebrew. So sue me. It's still a work in progress, and I changed it a bunch from what I had in my notes, but I think it might work a little smoother from that system.

This is where it starts diverging from Hebrew. For 308 onward, the generic numeral classifier li is used to count the number of eights. Counting the intermediate digits between eights works just like counting after fanim

lai li fanim = "two (of) eights"

Over the years, these collapsed in informal registers, especially for large numbers: mel li fanim → melifa arum li fanim → alifa ila li fanim → ilifa
etc.

nu no, not, 0, don't, doesn't, didn't, hasen't, haven't
wan one
ro two
ri three
vor four
vŷn five
set six
get seven
ak eight
nen nine
than ten
san hundred
mel million
sau thousand
owan first
oro second
ori third
ovor fourth
ovŷn fifth
oset sixth
oget seventh
oak eighth
onen nineth
othan twnth
osan hundredth
omel millionth
osau thousandth
nu no, not, 0, don't, doesn't, didn't, hasen't, haven't
wan one
ro two
ri three
vor four
vŷn five
set six
get seven
ak eight
nen nine
than ten
san hundred
mel million
sau thousand
owan first
oro second
ori third
ovor fourth
ovŷn fifth
oset sixth
oget seventh
oak eighth
onen nineth
othan twnth
osan hundredth
omel millionth
osau thousandth

DESH ABONUK KE NI NA
(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS

The phoneme n is about quantity.
5 is the number of completeness . So the logical number system is base 5.

Most words are not formally constructed, yet there can be one that indicates a base 5 numbering system is engaged. Let this
word be neezdoot. Numerals will follow I have never engaged it in conversation. Words for zero, few, many, and all have sufficed. We have mathematics but not in the manner of accountants.

0 1 2 3 4 5
nye sheh vuh zoo cheh di

then:

+ = b
- = y
divided = p
x = wh
Exponent = s
pi = chahm

Thus the quantity 10 may be expressed as di'wh'vuh.

Just using our base 10 integers as in regular world-English practice is fine. In 3S they may written as 1-10 , used and viewed yet not spoken of. The word nye means strong yet silent even nonsensical. This word is from Monty Python, eh? Those damn French know it well . They say zero zero zero.