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Count to 10 in your Conlang

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May have been done before, but I'm interested to see 1 - 10 in your languages :]

If you wish, please do go to 20 and explain how to go yet further than that :D
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Kankonian:

0 ekht
1 in
2 bam
3 em
4 hol
5 kyu
6 sem
7 treil
8 fur
9 hel
10 zan
11 zanin
12 zanbam
13 zanem
14 zanhol
15 zankyu
16 zansem
17 zantreil
18 zanfur
19 zanhel
20 blat
21 blatin
25 blatkyu
29 blat-hel
30 dern
35 dernkyu
40 hosp
49 hosp-hel
50 kozanis
60 sizanis
69 sizanis-hel
70 tranis
75 traniskyu
80 fuzanis
81 fuzanisin
88 fuzanisfur
90 helzanis
91 helzanisin
100 ram
108 ram-fur
150 ram-kozanis
175 ram-traniskyu
200 bam-ram
501 kyu-ram-in
999 hel-ram-helzanis-hel
1,000 zes
5,681 kyu-zes-sem-ram-fuzanisin OR kyu-zes-sem-fur-in
10,000 isass
100,000 dukhel
237,604 bam-dukhel-em-isass-treil-zes-sem-ram-hol OR bam-dukhel-em-treil-sem-ekht-hol
1,000,000 gahelsi
10,000,000 brahelsi
100,000,000 sihelsi
1,000,000,000 muhelsi
10,000,000,000 shuhelsi
100,000,000,000 naihelsi
1,000,000,000,000 sraniska
10,000,000,000,000 zan sraniska
100,000,000,000,000 ram sraniska
1,000,000,000,000,000 deviska
1 quintillion armiska
1 sextillion gegiska
1 septillion atriska
1 octillion zes atriska
1 nonillion gahelsi atriska
1 decillion muhelsi atriska
1 undecillion sebuda
1 quindecillion marnuda
1 novemdecillion kholuda
1 trevigintillion ishuda
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31,416: The number of the conlanging beast!
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Jeŋuatao:

1 ej
2 tok
3 del
4 tsef
5 djal
6 heŋ
7 þez
8 bax
9 tlon
10 deg
11 deg ej
12 deg tok
13 deg del
14 deg tsef
15 deg djal
16 deg heŋ
17 deg þez
18 deg bax
19 deg tlon
20 toktö
21 toktö ej
22 toktö tok
30 deltö
40 tseftö
50 djaltö
60 hendö
70 þezdö
80 baxtö
90 tlontö
100 këgö
200 tokëgö
300 delkëgö
400 tsefkëgö
500 djalkëgö
600 heŋkëgö
700 þezgëgö
800 baxkëgö
900 tsoŋkëgö
1,000 këgötö
2,000 tokötö
3,000 delgötö
4,000 tsefkötö
5,000 djalgötö
6,000 heŋgötö
7,000 þezgötö
8,000 baxkötö
9,000 tloŋgötö
10,000 tägö
20,000 tok tägö
100,000 tluzö
200,000 tok tluzö
300,000 del tluzö

The numbers 1 million, 1 billion, 1 trillion etc, have no standard names; they are invented whenever needed, e.g.
1 million deg tluzö (ten hundred thousand), këgö tägö (one hundred ten thousand), këgöto këgötö (one thousand thousand), and more.
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Alpic:

1. zi
2. itja
3. kuro
4. nele
5. binna
6. hasti
7. sammu
8. hako
9. njana
10. dagma
20. itagma
30. krudagma
40. nedagma
50. bindagma
60. hastagma
70. sebdagma
80. hoktagma
90. nendagma
100. kedma
1000. durro
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Where's Janko?

Lurion:
1. ῾eα
2. δцα
3. трια
4. тεтрα
5. πεнтα
6. ἑκтα
7. cαπтα
8. οκтα
9. нαнтα
10. δeκα
11. δ͂eκεнα
12. δ͂eκδυα
13. δeκтрια
14. δeκтεтрα
15. δeκπεнα
16. δeκεκтα
17. δeκcαπтα
18. δeκοκтα
19. δeκнαнтα
20. δυοδeκα
21. δυοδeκεнα
30. трιδeκα
40. трαδeκα
50. πεнδeκα
60. ἑκδeκα
70. cαπδeκα
80. οκδeκα
90. нαнδeκα
100. zeнα
101. zeнeα
͂102. zeнδυα
110. zeнεнα
123. zeнδυтрια
200. δυοzeнα
1000. βουᴧα
1001. βουᴧeα
1010. βουᴧδeκα
1100. βουᴧεнα
2000. δυοβουᴧα
10,000. мυрιαδα
10,001. мυрιαδeα
10,010. мυрιαδeκα
10,100. мυрιαδβουᴧα
11,000. мυрιαδεнα
20,000. δυοмυрιαδα

Now this is somewhat different from our system. For large numbers, zeнα and мυрιαδα are the most important. A hundredfold or tenthousandfold are denoted with a prefix, digits following those (i.e. a ten- or thousandfold) are usually denoted by a suffix.

Let's make something complex!

̔ἑκмυрιαδтεтрεκzeнεнeα = six-tenthousand-four-six-hundred-one-one = 64,611.

And here's a peculiarity:

cαπδeκεнмυрιαδα = seven-ten-one-tenthousand = 710,000; Normally, 10,000 would be simply мυрιαδα, but the cαπδeκ- in front 'takes over' the "one".
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You can have 3 of my numerals from my proto-lang, but that's it. Anything beyond the first 5 would just be replaced later anyways.

1. hika
2. kunaki
4. wuja

A rather short list it is.
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Dengwēas

1 - ūno /u:no/
2 - duo /duo/
3 - trēs /tre:s/
4 - tetwor /tɛtwor/ or /tɛtʷor/
5 - penke /pɛŋkə/
6 - heks /hɛks/
7 - heptem /hɛptɛm/ or /hɛbdɛm/
8 - oektō /oɛkto:/
9 - enēn /ɛne:n/
10 - dekem(t) /dɛkɛm/ or /dɛkɛmt/
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Add some numbers from my collection.
Here are numbers from Jalanese language and some of their dialects by Jalanat from Nation States Forum

Jalanese:
unji [uːnd͡ʒɪ]
kye [kjɛ]
pahan [pɑːhɑːn]
jiku [d͡ʒɪkuː]
sekai [sɛkɑːɪ]
ju [d͡ʒuː]
sēi [seɪ]
ko [kɵ]
wya [wjɑː]
unjiyopanki [uːnd͡ʒɪjɵpɑːnkɪ]

Standard Jalanese dialect:

unji [uːnd͡ʒɪ]
kye [kjɛ]
pahan [pɑːhɑːn]
jiku [d͡ʒɪkuː]
sekai [sɛkɑːɪ]
ju [d͡ʒuː]
sēi [seɪ]
ko [kɵ]
wya [wjɑː]
unjiyopanki [uːnd͡ʒɪjɵpɑːnkɪ]


Southern Jalanese dialect:
unji = [oənd͡ʒɪ]
kye = [kjɛ]
pahan = [pɑːɣɑːn]
jiku = [d͡ʒɪkoə]
sekai = [sɛkɑːɪ]
ju = [d͡ʒoə]
sēi = [seɪ]
ko = [kɔ]
wya = [ʋja]
unjiyopanki = [oənd͡ʒɪjɔpɑːnkɪ]

Jalpanese dialect:
unji = [u͍̥nʥɪ]
kye = [kjɛ]
pahan = [pɑːçɑːn]
jiku = [ʥɪku͍̥]
sekai = [sɛkɑːɪ]
ju = [ʥu͍̥]
sēi = [seɪ]
ko = [kɵ]
wya = [w͍jɑː]
unjiyopanki = [u͍̥nʥɪjɵpɑːnkɪ]

Shinnian Jalanese dialect:
unji = [ʌnʥɪ]
kye = [kjɛ]
pahan = [pɒxɒn]
jiku = [ʥɪkʌ]
sekai = [sɛkɒɪ]
ju = [ʥʌ]
sēi = [seɪ]
ko = [kɔː]
wya = [vjɒ]
unjiyopanki = [ʌnʥɪjɔːpɒnkɪ]

Lucarian Jalanese dialect:
unji = [unʒɪ]
kye = [kjɛ]
pahan = [pɑɦɑn]
jiku = [ʒɪku]
sekai = [ʪɛkɑɪ]
ju = [ʒu]
sēi = [ʪeɪ]
ko = [kɔ]
wya = [wjɑ]
unjiyopanki = [unʒɪjɔpɑnkɪ]

Swamp Jalanese dialect:
unji = [ʊŋɟɪ]
kye = [kjɛ]
pahan = [pɑxɑŋ]
jiku = [ɟɪkʊ]
sekai = [sɛkɑɪ]
ju = [ɟʊ]
sēi = [seɪ]
ko = [kʌ]
wya = [wjɑ]
unjiyopanki = [ʊŋɟɪjʌpɑŋkɪ]

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1 - eha, 2 - atan, 3 - calan, 4 - ríven, 5 - man, 6 - núr, 7 - tire, 8 - pene, 9 - éve.
Since Ríhannen has a system based on nine, to say "ten" is to say "one-and-nine": ehéve. Following the same principle, we get: 11 (2+9) - atanéve, 12 (3+9) - calanéve, etc. Until we get to 18 which is yonda. Then we have yondeha (19), yondatan (20), yonda-calan (21) etc.
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I'm a sucker for a nice regular decimal number system.

0 ɲik
1 kíl
2 mít
3 ʧáɡ
4 jú
5 θár
6 túɡ
7 pír
8 múr
9 ák
10 xál
11 xakíl
12 xamít
13 xaʧáɡ
14 xajú
15 xaθál
16 xatúɡ
17 xapír
18 xamúl
19 xaʔák
20 míal
30 ʧáal
40 júʔal
50 θáʔal
60 túʔal
70 práʔal
80 múʔal
90 ákal

1/2= ímiit
1/3=ínʧag
1/4= ínju
etc.

EDIT: typos. :(
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Cardinal Numbers in ai Basata

0 - zote
1 - one
2 - tose
3 - kirse
4 - kuane
5 - finse
6 - sepe
7 - yene
8 - oke
9 - raze
10 - dise
11 - dione
12 - ditose
13 - dikirse
14 - dikuane
...
20 - todise
21 - todione
22 - toditose
23 - todikirse
24 - todikuane
25 - todifinse
...
30 - kirdise
31 - kirdione
32 - kirditose
33 - kirdikirse
34 - kirdikuane
...
40 - kuandise
41 - kuandione
42 - kuanditose
43 - kuandikirse
...
50 - findise
51 - findione
52 - finditose
53 - findikirse
54 - findisuane
55 - findifinse
56 - findisepe
...
60 - sepdise
61 - sepdione
62 - sepditose
63 - sepdikirse
64 - sepdikuane
65 - sepdifinse
66 - sepdisepe
67 - sepdiyene
68 - sepdioke
69 - sepdiraze
70 - yendise
71 - yendione
72 - yenditose
...
80 - vidise
87 - vidiyene
90 - razdise
100 - onoke
101 - onoke one (or onake zote ona)
102 - onoke tose
110 - onoke dise
111 - onoke dione
127 - onoke todiyene
200 - tosoke
274 - tosoke yendikuane
349 - kirsoke kuandiraze
477 - kuanoke yendiyene
531 - finsoke kirdione
628 - sepoke todioke
741 - yenoke kuandione
866 - okeka sepdisepe
901 - razoke one
1000 - disoke ( or one podane )
2000 - todisoke ( or tose podane )
3000 - kirdisoke ( or kirse podane )
3512 - kirdisoke finsoke ditose ( 3 thousand 5 hundred twelve )(or kirdifinsoke ditose = 35 hundred twelve)
( or kirse podane finoke ditose )
7000 - yene podane ( or yendisoke )
10,000 - dise podane (only)
100,000 - onoke podane

and so on.

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A recent conlang attempt of mine known as Hngrat uses base-5 with distinct words for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 and 20. There are a number of different ways for deriving numbers other than this and below is one of a number of these methods known simply as the "addition method":

1: t'er (1)
2: mpal (2)
3: cow (3)
4: lap (4)
5: khrat (5)
6: khrat-(p'yg)-t'er (5+1)
7: khrat-(p'yg)-mpal (5+2)
8: khrat-(p'yg)-cow (5+3)
9: khrat-(p'yg)-lap (5+4)
10: ntaj (10)
11: ntaj-(p'yg)-t'er (10+1, 21)
15: ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat (10+5)
16: ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat-(p'yg)-t'er (10+5+1)
20: hom (20)
21: hom-(p'yg)-t'er (20+1)
25: hom-(p'yg)-khrat (20+5)
26: hom-(p'yg)-khrat-(p'yg)-t'er (20+5+1)
30: hom-(p'yg)-ntaj (20+10)
35: hom-(p'yg)-ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat (20+10+5)
36: hom-(p'yg)-ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat-(p'yg)-t'er (20+10+5+1)
40: mpal-hom (2*20)
50: mpal-hom-(py'g)-ntaj ((2*20)+10)
55: mpal-hom-(py'g)-ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat ((2*20)+10+5)
56: mpal-hom-(py'g)-ntaj-(p'yg)-khrat-(p'yg)-t'er ((2*20)+10+5+1)
60: cow-hom (3*20)
70: cow-hom-(p'yg)-ntaj ((3*20)+10)
80: lap-hom (4*20)
90: lap-hom-(p'yg)-ntaj ((4*20)+10)
100: khrat-hom (5*20)
110: khrat-hom-(p'yg)-ntaj ((5*20)+10)

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Viksen:

1 - a
2- ázúk
3 - té
4 - ixo
5 - íta
6 - zjid
7 - zjiba
8 - gád
9 - ga
10 - ád

Greater Atlian:

1 - lu
2 - sse
3 - na
4 - ki
5 - e
6 - a
7 - nassi
8 - sseki
9 - iina
10 - sso

There's more info on both systems in the relevant grammars on my website (www.curlyjimsam.net/viksor/language.htm).
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I have one main one I'd like to share.

Kaynur Pitak, spoken by almost-completely-sentient lion-like felines, therefore, the number system is based on the four fingers on one paw. To make it comprehensible, the language is approximated to human speech norms:

(No phonetic transcription unless someone asks. Too difficult... *is a lazy bum*)
sin - one
tul - two
en - three
way - four
sinway - five
tulway - six
enway - seven
sinenway - eight
tulenway - nine
enenway - ten
... It gets ridiculous from here, but the Kaynur ikuni (the Kaynur lions) are not too keen on counting any higher.

(Yes, I know. It's a completely ridiculous idea. Leave it alone. The readers of the story this language is central to don't need to know that...)

I would also post the technical numbers of my proto-langs Yglal and another unnamed one (which is a pidgin of Yglal and the non-native speakers' own innovations; I'll call it OP [oldest pidgin] for now), but by the speakers' logic, all that needs to be counted (like married person or children) has an inherent plural in its root form, that is, the simple root "nini"or child, inherently means three children, and to bring into singular, the only real numeral in the whole language, one, or "pal", has to be used. The number three was chosen because the average family of the speakers of OP was usually five members: a mother, a father, and their three children. More or less than that number was discouraged.

The rest of my most developed languages are a posteriori, therefore quite unremarkable: Romlangs, Celtlangs, Swahililangs, Old Englangs, blah blah blah.
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Here's one to ten in Gvirat:

1 - chin
2 - da
3 - tvi
4 - jek
5 - zos
6 - kvar
7 - tup
8 - njam
9 - jom
10 - dzhek
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In Zainese,
Very simple:

0 - ke
1 - bu
2 - fa
3 - hen
4 - wa
5 - me
6 - hon
7 - yo
8 - ni
9 - ge
10 - su
11 - su bu
12 - su fa
13 - su hen
14 - su wa
15 - su me
16 - su hon
17 - su yo
18 - su ni
19 - su ge
20 - fa su
21 - fa su bu
30 - he su
40 - wa su
50 - me su
60 - ho su
70 - yo su
80 - ni su
90 - ge su
100 - kito
101 - kito bu
110 - kito su
200 - fa kito
1000 - ken
1001 - ken bu
1010 - ken su
100000 - su ken
1 million - gen
1 billion - ken gen
1 trillion - gen gen
1 quadrillion - ken gen gen
.1 - sai bu
.01 - sai kito bu
.001 - sai ken bu
.0001 - sai su ken bu
-1 - kyo bu
-10 - kyo su
-1001 - kyo ken bu
-.01 kyo sai kito bu
infinity - subushi
-infinity - kyo subushi
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Duodecimal counting in Agyonnar:

seno - Zero
ena - One
deva - Two
tori - Three
tia - Four
pano - Five
semo - Six
saye - Seven
dosi - Eight
mona - Nine
zane - Ten
balo - Eleven
ezar - Twelve
ezarin - 144

Numbers bigger than 12 use a system similar to our decimal counting system, but spoken and reversed. For example,

13 - ena ena (11 in base 12)
14 - deva ena
15 - tori ena

Powers of 12 can be specified by placing the power after ezar, with any numbers described before ezar coming before. For example:

zane balo zane ezar balo - 743,008,372,270.

Fractions are done with Denominator ratsaro (to split) Numerator.

tia ratsaro saye ena - 19/4 (4.75)

Agyon can also express algebraics (and know of the existence of transcendentals).

Number alen (origin) Root.

Square root is the default. deva alen = sqrt(2), deva alen tori = cube root of 3.

The Agyon also understand cardinality and can name the beth numbers like so:

Natural number amotaion (Infinity). So seno amotaion = Beth 0, or the cardinality of the natural numbers.
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My current project, Vanorayan, is an Austronesian lang spoken in a fair-sized made-up island nation in the western Indian Ocean, NE of Madagascar & SE of Seychelles. It's more closely related to Malay than to Malagasy.

The numbers:
0 - sifiro /ˈsifiro/
1 - asa /ˈasə/
2 - dua /ˈduə/
3 - teha /ˈteɦə/
4 - ambak /ˈɒmbaʔ/
5 - lima /ˈlimə/
6 - aanang /ˈɒnɒŋ/
7 - tozu /toˈzuː/
8 - dalafan /daˈlafɒn/
9 - samben /ˈsɒmben/
10 - safolu /saˈfoluː/
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Pekna is fairly simple and uses base ten. (copying from the other thread):

0. Enta
1. Ro
2. Tuo
3. Tse
4. Tsera
5. Pet
6. Set
7. Sdem
8. And
9. Deve
10. Dese

From 11 to 99 just use the number of tens (deset), plus the number is units.

11. Desero
12. Desetuo
13. Desetse
20. Tuodeset
21. Tuodesetro
22. Tuodesettuo
23. Tuodesettse
30. Tsedeset
31. Tsedesetro
32. Tsedesettuo
33. Tsedesettse
40. Tseradeset
41. Tseradesetro …

You can build on 100 (kroj) the same way as dese.

100 = Kroj
101 = Krojro
102 = Krojtuo
200 = Tuokrojt
201 = Tuokrojtro
202 = Tuokrojtuo
1000 = Kvesa
1001 = Kvesaro
1002 = Kvesatuo
1100 = Kvesakroj
2000 = Tuokvesat
10,000 = Desetkvesat
20,000 = Tuodesetkvesat
100,000 = Krojkvesat
200,000 = Tuokrojtkvesat
1,000,000 = Miljo
2,000,000 = Tuomiljot
1,000,000,000 = Biljo
2,000,000,000 = Tuobiljot
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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

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Ogian (ogəkit) in IPA:

0 puk
1 ut
2 vɑt
3 kus
4 pɑs
5 tɛpɑt
6 bust
7 ɑvi
8 aʊs
9 æɹ
10 kɛn
11 kɛnut
12 kɛnvɑt
13 kɛnkus
14 kɛnpɑs
...
20 vɑtkɛn
21 vɑtkɛn ut
30 kuskɛn
...
100 utun
200 vɑtun
1000 utmɪd
607,000 bustun ɑvi mɪd
1,000,000 utnivɪm
2,000,000 vɑtnivɪm
1,000,000,000 utgəvəv
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