Count to 10 in your Conlang

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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

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:con: East Jurnic

0. nya
1. en
2. svot
3. þan
4. wok
5. gont
6. šega
7. saab
8. ag
9. naþ
10. sín
100. hensín
1000. trensín
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West Jurnic (vestørjørnik) (kvǿlmarkrøgr)

0 - nyølun
1 - ekun
2 - svæt
3 - trœn
4 - vøg
5 - gúnð
6 - seǥna
7 - sægun
8 - åǥt
9 - nœð
10 -ʂœþ
100 - henʂœþ
1000 - tŕenʂœþ
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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

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uno - one
duo - two
tri - three
tetr - four
pent - five
hex - six
ept - seven
oct - eight
non - nine
dici - ten

dicișiuno - eleven (ten and one)
dicișiduo - twelve
dicișitri - thirteen
dicișitetr - fourteen
dicișipent - fifteen
dicișihex - sixteen
dicișiept - seventeen
dicișioct - eighteen
dicișinon - nineteen
duenti - twenty

trienti - thirty
tetrenti - fourty
pententi - fifty
hexenti - sixty
eptenti - seventy
octenti - eighty
nonenti - ninety
centi - one hundred

duocenti - two hundred
tricenti - three hundred
tetrcenti - four hundred
pentcenti - five hundred
hexcenti - six hundred
eptcenti - seven hundred
octcenti - eight hundred
noncenti - nine hundred
mili - one thousand

milioni - one million
bilioni - one billion
trilioni - one trillion

763,929,206 - eptcentihexentișitrimilioni-noncentiduentișinonmili-duocentișihex

Larger numbers are written as smaller numbers grouped into groups of three digits, they are written out to the hundreds place, and given the proper placement (million, thousand, etc.); these groups are separated using a hyphen/dash.
:fra: 6 // :eng: 5 // :ita: :ron: :roh: :con: 3 // :deu: :ind: :pol: 2-1
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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

Post by JANKO GORENC »

Please you tell me if you'll have numbers from your conlangs, or dialects (also in other number systems: base on 5, 6, ... 11, 12, 14...) not only base to 10.
Could you please continue with this thread?
Thank you for your help!
I wish you a lot of success at your work!

Janko Gorenc
Today, on 4.7.2016, I have successfully collected numbers from over 26,024 ways (languages both: natlangs and also conlangs).
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Old Neo Gallic
{1} <inan> [ẽ'nãn]
{2} <dou> [dɔu]
{3} <tris> M [tris], <tidre> F [teðr]
{4} <petor> [pɛdɔr]
{5} <pem> [pɛ̃m]
{6} <sweis> [swɛis]
{7} <seith> [sɛiθ]
{8} <oith> [ɔiθ]
{9} <nau> [nau]
{10} <dec> [dɛg]
{11} <im ver dec> ['ĩm bɛr 'ðɛg]
{12} <doudec> [dɔu'ðɛg]
{13} <tris fer dec> ['tris fɛr 'ðɛg]
{14} <petor ver dec> [pɛ'dɔr vɛr 'ðɛg]
{15} <penthec> [pɛ̃n'θɛg]
{16} <im ver penthec> ['im bɛr bɛ̃n'θɛg]
{17} <dou ver penthec> ['dɔu vɛr bɛ̃n'θɛg]
{18} <dounau> [dɔũ'nau]
{19} <petor ver penthec> [pɛ'dɔr vɛr bɛn'θɛg]
{20} <vican> [ɥe'gãn]
{30} <dec ver vigan> ['dɛg ʋɛr ve'gãn]
{40} <dovican> [dɔve'gãn]
{50} <dec a dovican> ['dɛg ɛ dɔve'gãn]
{60} <trifican> [trefe'gãn]
{70} <dec a thrifican> ['dɛg ɛ θrefe'gãn]
{80} <oiddec> [ɔið'ðɛg]
{90} <naunec> [nɛũ'nɛg]
{100} <can> [kãn]
:eng: : [tick] | :grc: : [:|] | :chn: :isr: :wls: : [:S] | :deu: :ell: :rus: : [:x]
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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

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Thank you for to send numbers in your languages.
Could you please continue with this thread if you'll have numbers from your conlang(s).
Thank you for your help!
I wish you a lot of success at your work!
Today, on 4.7.2016, I have successfully collected numbers from over 26,024 ways (languages both: natlangs and also conlangs).
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I’m really curious, Janko, what do you plan to do with all these numbers? Are you just collecting them or will you make statistics at some point?

Also, since there is really no taboo on sharing the Viossa numbers, try to figure out the origins of all of them! (note: this is my idiolect, other speakers speak and write differently. It’s a pidgin after all, not a creole)

ein
ni
tre
kere
go
eksi
nana
kasi
nyn
ten
At kveldi skal dag lęyfa,
Konu es bręnnd es,
Mæki es ręyndr es,
Męy es gefin es,
Ís es yfir kømr,
Ǫl es drukkit es.
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Adarain wrote:I’m really curious, Janko, what do you plan to do with all these numbers? Are you just collecting them or will you make statistics at some point?
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Bird
1 ą̄̉sim
2 fgę̄geɣ̌
3 ȝǫȣǭ
4 Ǯǫ̇̄ƕ
5 ə̄ƀƀ
6 əƀə̄ȣǭ̉
7 pǫ̉ga
8 noɂą̇̄̉xzas
9 Ÿǭ̛̉ɘ
10 nikūłām
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Re: Count to 10 in your Conlang

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Adarain wrote: Try to figure out the origins of all of them!
[...]
Don't mind if I do!

ein I would assume a north-germanic language, maybe Norwegian. It sounds a lot like the Norwegian masculine or the Swedish utrum indefinite article.
ni Obvious Japanese is obvious.
tre Directly out of, once again, Norwegian and Swedish.
kere I actually don't know. The Spanish word for four mixed together with the Norwegian one?
go Obvious Japanese = Obvious
eksi There are many Indo-European languages that this could come from. Modern Greek feels like safest bet out of the languages I know contributed.
nana Obv Jap's Obv
kasi Heavy fortition of Japanese word for eight?
nyn Indo-European.
ten English. Unless false cognates have arisen.

It would've probably been easier with IPA but I understand if that information is still classified. I guess that will be a christmas present of mine.
The accusative of <emo> is <eminem>. :lat:
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Ein is probably norwegian, tre prolly too. Kere is Irish, one of like 5 Irish words that entered the language before the Irish speaker got bored of it. Eksi is indeed Greek. I would assume your assumption of 8 is correct. Nyn is Swiss German. Ten I don’t know but it’s not English. Maybe Norwegian again. It’s been too long :P
At kveldi skal dag lęyfa,
Konu es bręnnd es,
Mæki es ręyndr es,
Męy es gefin es,
Ís es yfir kømr,
Ǫl es drukkit es.
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:con: Caelian

0 okküt [ɔkʰʏt]
1 megjë [mɛgˈjə]
2 pürnyë [pʏɾˈɲə]
3 bicgë [bɪçˈgə]
4 përë [pʰəˈrə]
5 mangkë [maŋˈkʰə]
6 gertë [gɛɾˈtʰə]
7 gattu [gaˈtʰu]
8 nawylë [naʋˈlə]
9 lodjë [lɔdˈjə]
10 fungi [βʊŋˈgi]
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:con: Anto

0 nul [nʊl]
1 a [a]
2 zo [t͡sɔː]
3 ti [tʰiː]
4 fire [ˈfiɹɛ]
5 handa [ˈhanta]
6 aja [ˈaja]
7 siben [ˈsiːpɛn]
8 acha [ˈaχa]
9 nowne [ˈnɔʊ̯nɛ]
10 zen [t͡sɛn]
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:con: Bath'aso (base-8)

0 lutz [lutz̥]
1 bax [bɑx]
2 ptruzht [͡ptruʐt]
3 nosh [nɔʂ]
4 kxatsh [͡kxɑ͡tʂ]
5 henzh [hɛnʐ]
6 knast [knɑst]
7 ħetp [ʕɛ͡tp]
8 kpron [͡kprɔn]
9 kpron-bax [ˈ͡kprɔnbɑx]
10 kpron-ptruzht [ˈ͡kprɔm͡ptruʐt]
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:con: Paatherye

० नीऌ 0 nīl [niːl]
१ सुऌ 1 sul [sul]
२ दूथि 2 dūthi [ˈðuːtʰi]
३ तिण 3 tin [tin]
४ चार​ 4 cāra [ˈ͡dzaːra]
५ पंच​ 5 pamca [ˈpamt͡sa]
६ जय​ 6 jaya [ˈd͡ʒaja]
७ सात 7 sāta [ˈsaːta]
८ आथ​ 8 ātha [ˈaːtʰa]
९ नय​ 9 naya [ˈnaja]
१० दाष​ 10 dāșa [ˈðaːʃa]
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:con: Utseech

0 dull [dʊɫ]
1 âs [ɚs]
2 şwä [ʃwɛ]
3 drä [dɹɛ]
4 wa [waː]
5 füjf [fʏɪ̯f]
6 eks [əks]
7 ievech [ˈɪ̯ɛvəç]
8 aken [ˈakən]
9 deuch [ˈdɛ.ʊχ]
10 şehn [ʃeːn]
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:con: Ornov

(0. tuatai ['tu̯ataj])
1. ier [jɛr]
2. so [sɔ]
3. šot [ʃɔt]
4. īt [iːt]
5. ős [œːs]
6. loll [lɔlː]
7. lars [lars]
8. aus [au̯s]
9. rör [rœr]
10. sar [sar]

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:con: Arinov (Old Ornov)

(0. tati ['tati])
1. ira ['iɾa]
2. syi [sʏj]
3. štā [ʃtaː]
4. hiyt [hiʏ̯t]
5. hosa ['hɔsa]
6. lohl [lɔhl]
7. lars [laɾs]
8. auis ['au̯is]
9. rora ['ɾɔɾa]
10. sar [sar]
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:con: Orderlang
0 : dun [dʉn]/[dun]
1 : gan [gan]
2 : ti [tiː]
3 : ke [kɛ]
4 : ðun [ðʉn]/[ðun]
5 : ʒaa [ʒɑː]
6 : þen [θɛ]
7 : ʃi [ʃiː]
10 : dan [dan]
11 : dan gan [dan gan]
12 : dan ti [dan tiː]
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Aikuu (this'll be fun)

1: usu [ɯ.sɯ]
2: ánashu [á.na.ʃɯ]
3: kirií [ki.ɾi.í]
4: náásiu [ná.á.si.jɯ]
5: náásiu usu [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ɯ.sɯ]
6: náásiu ánashu [ná.á.si.jɯ]] [á.na.ʃɯ]
7: náásiu kirií [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ki.ɾi.í]
8: náásiu náásiu [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ná.á.si.jɯ]
9: náásiu náásiu usu [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ɯ.sɯ]
10: náásiu náásiu ánashu [ná.á.si.jɯ] [ná.á.si.jɯ] [á.na.ʃɯ]
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Kaimen Keling:
  1. ihte [ixte̞]
  2. gahta [gaxta]
  3. kulme [kulme̞]
  4. neljja [ne̞lddja]
  5. wīte [wi:te̞]
  6. gutte [gutte̞]
  7. sengsem [se̞ŋse̞m]
  8. kaukjas [kaukjaz]
  9. waikmis [waikmiz]
  10. dast [dast]
Kolyma Ainu:
  1. шинэ [ʃine]
  2. ту [tu:]
  3. дэ [de]
  4. инэ [i:ne]
  5. ажиӈэп [äʒiŋep]
  6. ихидамбэ [ɪχɪdämbe]
  7. адэхэдан [ädɛχɛdän]
  8. тубэхэдан [tubɛχɛdän]
  9. шинэбэхэдан [ʃinebɛχɛdän]
  10. ӈан [ŋän]
Honshu Ainu:
  1. 'ich [ʔiʨ]
  2. ni [ȵi]
  3. san [saŋ]
  4. shi [ɕi]
  5. gwo [gwo]
  6. ruk [ɺuk]
  7. shich [ɕiʨ]
  8. pet [pet]
  9. ku [ku]
  10. zhip [ʑip]
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