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PostPosted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:29 am 
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Hi,

I send numerals from several languages ​​from my collection:
Menal* : mo, at, ild, ldeog, gmuj, ziz, dfiz, dja, bam. jit
living descendants of Menal* :
- Mefz : amo, zat, zild, aldeoj, ajmuj, zuiz, idiuz, aca, ibiom, siut
- Redu : amo. iot, ild, alddeog, iogmuj, uiz, iddiz, adda, ibam, ujiut
- Redej : mo, zat, zild, ildeog, jmuj, zuz, diz, duo, oam, oit
- Zujmelv : mo, goit, zuald, ildeog, gmuj, guz, dfiz, duo, voim, gut
- Muder : zomo, aot, zild, laoddeog, iogmuog, giz, nidfiz, adja, nibam, nijit
- Tlez : omo, zaot, zild, aladdep, ipnuc, iziz, iddiz, ada, iam, icit
- Jet : omo, uat, uild, oldef, ujmuj, izez, idfez, dfa, uoam, ijis

ancient Tout* : me, eod, ult, lduv, vnuv, zgiz, mpiz, dge, moum, myid
living descendants of ancient Tout :
- Tout : zmui, uius, uilt, liub, vmov, zciz, mipiuz, dce, moim, myis
- Nerv : myi, yiod, iult, liub, vcub, zis, mibis, dce, mikim, miud
- Gez : me, eod, ailt, lioaiv, vuv, giuz, mavaiz, edyei, makum, miud
- Rikmi : ima, aod, yilt, loav, ibuv, guz, mibiz, dgui, imum, mid
- Lam : mui, luiod, lult, lilauv, nuv, giz, oeuz, edde, oum, oud
- Met : ddi, eod, ild, eluv, niv, giz, ouz, idde, aum, aud
- Dok : zmue, ueod, zuilt, laotuv, vnuv, zyuez, mopuz, oedye, moum, moyued

Mirriy* : mi, ot, uld, ldid, dmif, giy, dfiy, dga, mam, git
living descendants of Mirriy* :
- Mau : zui, aot, zuild, zilezzid, idmif, giy, edfiy, adga, eimmi, egit
- Uelk : emi, aot, uild, elizzid, idmif, egi, edvi, adga, eummi, egit

Drig* : mua, ot, uld, leodig, gnog, ziz, dkiz, dka, uam, git
living descendants of Drig* :
- Riek : mae, at, uld, lueteij, kuoj, iz, dceiz, dca, uaem, cuit
- Dilp : memo, oaet, uld, lebif, fnif, cioac, zuiz, zui, bam, git
- Lipnog : mo, oet, uld, leotif, fnof, cic, tuiz, tuo, oam, kit

Meule* : gi, ot, uld, leodej, jmef, jej, dfez, dze, bem, zet
living descendants of Meule* :
- Tmuz : gi, at, mud, lej, jmef, uej, dez, te, oem, zet
- Ref : egi, uot, ud, odej, ejef, ej, eddez, ete, ebem, ezet
- Tib : zegi, oeot, zeueld, zelebdej, ejmef, zez, edfez, edze, ebem, ezet
- Medzibe : ebie, eot, ult, lebtej, mejmef, seosg, medfey, medse, mebem, mezet
- Zlef : giu, at, iz, lej, cmef, sis, dvey, dse, am, et

Berz* : muti, eot, uld, ludj, dif, dziz, ntiz, nza, diom, dzit
living descendants of Berz :
- Filz : mitic, eot, uld, uludij, dif, dziz, netiz, neza, dibim, dizit
- Raf : mitic, eot, usld, ulidsj, jiuf, jzisz, nitiuz, niuza, jiuium, jiuziust
- Zol : muta, eot, uld, iludij, decf, dziz, niz, niza, decbim, deczit
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Duniz* : tge, mid, dred, ple, zney, duz, pez, mend, zud, lzi
descendants of Duniz* :
- Tege* : midzu, emuz, zerez, ipli, zuney, ziz, ipiz, imenez, izud, lizi
- Lipi : tege, nuwemiz, zarez, eple, zineg, ziz, epiz, imaniz, ezid, lizi
- Nele : etig, mlid, ederd, eple, ezneg, edzi, epez, ewmenid, ezid, elzi
- Pele : tuyeh, muemdu, yedered, yeple, yezneg, yedduz, yepez, yewumened, yezud, yeleze

Ancient Weren* : ez, eot, orid, def, enur, nim, oduf, orep, epuz, yorof
descendants of Ancient Weren*:
- Weren : odez, eot, ekud, defni, enur, nemi, yocod, meferit, merupniz, yorofiz
- Tmoz : ucuy, eot, orud, defa, enur, fimik, yocod, meferet, meferez, yorofez
- Meoec : ucuoez, alal, orid, defef, enur, nimi, oduf, orao, emez, yorofez
- Rep : guzip, eot, orid, defdef, enurir, nim, odufif, zodoge, euz, ezet
- Loten : maddez, iot, arrid, efi, enir, nimi, addif, orrip, emez, arafez
- Gedep : etez, eot, orad, defa, enur, nama, oduf, oreo, euz, orofez
- Zekeren : uelu, eal, arid, eldevi, unut, emumi, aduv, areb, ubuz, arav
- Reked : ezu, eoeret, areded, defe, enur, nume, aduf, areo, neuz, ofnez
- Letmen* : ezin, eotget, orred, geffe, enur, memme, oduf, eole, ezine, aroffez

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 12:15 pm 
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Why those particular languages, out of the 14,810 you had in your archive as of 11/9 (and is that November 9 or September 11?)?

Or are they your own conlangs?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:53 am 
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cromulant wrote:
Why those particular languages, out of the 14,810 you had in your archive as of 11/9 (and is that November 9 or September 11?)?

Or are they your own conlangs?

I would like to repair in:
Today: I have data for numbers from 21.490 ways (languages ​​(Both: natlangs, conlangs) dialects ...

But I do not know how to change the text on my profile.

Those languages ​​that I've posted in the first message I've created me. Only in my collection. The author of these languages ​​is: Kristiyan Hary Wahyudi.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:32 am 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:
But I do not know how to change the text on my profile.


User Control Panel -> Profile -> Edit signature


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:05 pm 
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Istrian:
zero, un (feminine une), doi (feminine dôe), trê, câtor, cinc, sis, sjêt, opti, nûf, dis
undis, dodis, tredis, catordis, chîndis, sedis, disesjêt, disopti, disenûf, venç
trente, carante, cincante, sesante, sjêtante, otante, novante, cent

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:34 am 
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Numbers in the several languages from my collection:

Mëntinlan:
en, tu, ri, for, fay, sik, sef, ey, nay, dek

Spaele:
iun, dun, trin, kaun, kin, sisen, sepen, at, non, dek

Calacalá:
naba, nac, nada, nif, naga, nihi, naja, nek, nal, nama

Efanyó:
un, dos, ters, katr, sink, seys, xett, ox, nef, jes

Estlynn:
un, tos, zer, hautor, sinc, sei, sihz, ox, nyp, teis

Lyn Talost:
un, tos, þá, hwatoa, sinx, sei, síþ, ox, nyp, tís

Lün:
un, zo, der, hauz, sinch, sai, sihd, ox, nüpf, zai

Lyun:
un, tos, tsaa, hwatwa, sinx, sai, siits, ux, nyup, tiis

Nystr:
un, tos, þer, hwaþar, sihn, seh, saiþ, öt, nyp, taiz

Efenol:
un, do, tê, kwath/path, sing, sê, sîd, ët, nyf, dîs

Ifánico:
un, lor, ter, quatto, sinco, sei, syete, otyo, nweve, lyer

Fein:
un, do, tee, kaa, sing, sey, xet, ox, nef, je

Nust:
un, tos, ther, wath/wather, sein, sih, seith, eht, nuhp, tei

Sohosi:
nu, e, te, pa, mu, munu, mue, mute, mupa, emu

Tengoko:
mik, ki, bar, kan, tyan, kim, man, ram, mur, tek

Tonoryu:
mik, ki, bar, kan, çan, kim, man, ram, mur, tek

Xenechen:
miku, xi, baru, kan, chan, ximu, man, ramu, muru, cheku

Lisnäit:
än, et, es, er, em, ek, ep, ebï, ewï, edï

Hahdek:
un, hi, pfar, han, dain, him, man, lam, mur, deh

Thengthun:
nu, khi, pá, khan, chan, khim, man, lam, mú, theg

Zissiten:
un, ci, bal, can, cin, man, lama, mur, tece

Romanice:
uno, duo, tre, quatro, cinco, seh, sete, ohto, nove, dece

Inlush:
en, tò, ti, fwe, feif, suk, sefen, ait, nein, ten

Yanglish/Britanian:
un, du, tre, quatre, cinque, seck, sept, oght, nove, dece

Yanglish-G/Walch:
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
(it's quite dissapointing that Walch numbers are exactly the same as English's :S)

Yanglish-R/Londinian
un, du, tre, quatre, cinque, seck, sept, oght, nove, dece

Minmá:
nu, tutu, mitu, tu, kan, kanu, kantu, sá, tonkan, kikán

Bartxe:
ak, su, pe, tso, luk, ra, aŋka, rasu, apa, atxo

Yqende:
an, mba, tse, pan, ter, xi, sit, ka, ŋu, txe

Seldon:
do, re, mi, fa, zo, la, si, ko, ne, di

Ilbaló:
pi, tye, ka, bi, du, gye, fwo, sa, hi, lu

Alisne:
an, et, ex, ere, eme, ek, pe, ewi, di

Eharthen:
ka, ci, gi, vo, ne, ña. re, sa, saka/kaza, saci/ciza

Proto-Tehya:
kha, dhi, gi, bho, ni, gha, ħi, dha, dhakha, dhadhi

Tighaia:
ka, þi, gi, vo, ni, gha, zi, þa, þaka, þaþi

Tecya:
ka, zi, gi, vo, ha, ci, za, zāk, zic

Kenvei:
ande, tuva, seye, pazo, pende, zira, bena, kete, nova, narda

Dongh:
ān, dui, trī, pour, pīn, seks, sēp, ēht, nīn, dien

D'elye:
un, dos, tés, kator, sink, sé, xett, ox, neub, jeth

Fen:
un, do, té, kaut, sing, sé, xet, ox, nöf, jé

Lindavor:
un, dû, drê, kador, kîn, seks, sêt, ôt, nû, dêm

Qiye-Zempa:
nu, qi, pya, qan, txan, qim, man, lam, mü, zeh

Aiedain:
an, eidh, ner,, tau, sa, mai, et, be, the, iin

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:58 am 
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Pembrish: on twâ dhriu viour vyf zix zioun echt nion tyen

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:36 pm 
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MY NAME IS JANGO GORENC

YOU MAY NOT KNOW ME, BUT LET ME TELL YOU : IF YOU HAVE ANY NUMBERS, I AM YOUR MAN. I WILL MAKE SWEET LOVE TO YOUR NUMBER. PLEASE SEND ME ALL YOUR NUMBERS.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 1:24 pm 
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Aldwinkle wrote:
MY NAME IS JANGO GORENC

YOU MAY NOT KNOW ME, BUT LET ME TELL YOU : IF YOU HAVE ANY NUMBERS, I AM YOUR MAN. I WILL MAKE SWEET LOVE TO YOUR NUMBER. PLEASE SEND ME ALL YOUR NUMBERS.

Absolutely nothing I do not understand what you wanted to ask in your previous message. Can you please if you resend your message more understandable.
Thank you!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 1:35 pm 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:
Absolutely nothing I do not understand what you wanted to ask in your previous message. Can you please if you resend your message more understandable.
Thank you!

You can ignore his message, Janko. He is just being an asshole.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:54 am 
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Could you please if you continue with this thread if you have numbers (in your conlang(s)?
Thank you!

Janko Gorenc

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:06 am 
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Here my numbers, theyre base-12: http://www.frathwiki.com/Ya%C5%A1dad_Ya ... m#Numerals

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:42 am 
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I only have up to five for Tsifióo, but here they are:
iána

kúu
ihói
yáhka


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:36 pm 
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Here are the first four numbers of Log-13a:

/du/ "one"
/kʰe̞/ "two"
/tʰäj/ "three"
/ʔäw/ "four"


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 5:34 am 
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Theta wrote:
I only have up to five for Tsifióo, but here they are:
iána

kúu
ihói
yáhka


I don't know correct understood if numbers from Tsifióo they have known only one to five, or used base on 5. If they used base on 5 what is name for 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?
maybe?: yáhkiána, yáhkafá, yáhkakúu yáhkihói fáyáhka.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 5:35 am 
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Julanga wrote:
Here are the first four numbers of Log-13a:

/du/ "one"
/kʰe̞/ "two"
/tʰäj/ "three"
/ʔäw/ "four"


Please you tell me what is name for numbers from 5 to 10?
Thank you!

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:43 am 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:

I don't know correct understood if numbers from Tsifióo they have known only one to five, or used base on 5. If they used base on 5 what is name for 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?
maybe?: yáhkiána, yáhkafá, yáhkakúu yáhkihói fáyáhka.

I just haven't thought of them yet, but I think it's going to be base 10. Also the acute accent marks stress so there can't be more than one of them per word :)


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 4:03 pm 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:
Please you tell me what is name for numbers from 5 to 10?

I don't have them.

I haven't yet decided what base the language should use, possibly base-4 or base-12.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 9:09 am 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:
Could you please if you continue with this thread if you have numbers (in your conlang(s)?


Ask and ye shall receive. These are from Ösklisk:

Zero: skjiru or, colloquially, nun
One: ån
Two: to
Three: tri
Four:
Five: fundt
Six: sijs
Seven: savän
Eight: åt
Nine: nuijn

Single numbers have their own words, as do all multiples of 10 up to and including 90. For the rest, the numbers are composed of “unit-of-ten and single-number” groups words, such as te önt tån (11) and nijute önt fö (94).

Ten: te
Twenty: tijute
Thirty: tritte
Forty: föte
Fifty: fundte
Sixty: sijte
Seventy: savte
Eighty: åte
Ninety: nijute

Large numbers (hundreds, thousands, etc) use the standard plural rules to denote the number of hundreds, then follow the same rules as for counting tens. For example, 100 becomes ån hundåt while 12 000 000 becomes te önt to mijljenens.

Hundred: hundåt or hundt (they are essentially interchangeable)
Thousand: tusan
Million: mijljun

While it is technically correct to pronounce a large, complex number like 12 123 as te önt to tusanens önt ån hundåt önt tijute önt tri, this quickly makes numbers so cumbersome they are unworkable. Native Ösklisk speakers therefore shorten these complex numbers by dropping önt entirely. Under this system, 12 123 becomes te to tusanens ån hundåt tijute tri, which is much simpler.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:22 pm 
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I have a few I can add! I would consider these languages defunct for the moment. I created them both between six and ten years ago before I knew what I was doing. (I still don't know what I'm doing! ha ha) However, I won't be changing the numbers.


Drăsgarăn
mo /mo/
tar /taɻ/
tayim /tajim/
sy /sI/
laum /laum/
laur /lauɻ/
jer /dʒɛɻ/
gael /gejl/
dali /dali/
shim /ʃim/


Fana:
fane /fanɛ/
anun /anǝn/
tel /tɛl/
zet /zɛt/
sho /ʃo/
zhepa /ʒɛpa/
no /no/
mufel /mufǝl/
ese /ɛsɛ/
fe /fɛ/

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 9:25 am 
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Today I again looked at one of my threads.
If you can numbers from your conlang(s) you can add name for your language and name for numbers to this thread in the future.

Thank you for your help!

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 9:27 am 
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Janko, check out this site:
http://dcw.eu5.org/t/rng.php

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 4:01 pm 
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Proto-Alcateryam:
one: *ʙãɗɔ̃
two: *ʃaku
three: *pʰasɛ
a few: *ʔɔku
many: *ɛi

Speesk:
one: eeng
two: twaa
three: treing
four: feer
five: feeng
six: sesk'n
seven: saan
eight: askt
nine: noon
ten: zahn

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 12:54 pm 
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0. nath [naθ]
1. én [e:n]
2. dó [do:]
3. trí [tɾi:]
4. cuathair ['kwaθɛɾ]
5. póm/pónt [po:m/po:nt]
6. ses [sɛs]
7. sacht [saxt]
8. ocht [ɔxt]
9. nín [ni:n]
10. dach [dax]
11. éndagh ['e:ndə]
12. dódagh ['do:də]
13. trídagh ['tɾi:də]
14. cuárdagh ['kwa:ɾdə]
15. póndagh ['po:ndə]
16. sesdagh ['sesdə/'sezdə]
17. sachdagh ['saxdə/'saɣdə]
18. ochdagh ['oxdə/'oɣdə]
19. níndagh ['ni:ndə]
20. dóghan ['do:ɣən]
30. tríghan ['tɾi:ɣən]
40. cuárghan ['kwa:ɾɣən]
50. pónghan ['po:ŋɣən]
60. sesghan ['sesɣən/'sezɣən]
70. sacghan ['sakɣən/'sagɣən]
80. ocghan ['okɣən/'ogɣən]
90. nínghan ['ni:ŋɣən]
100. cann [ka:n]

compound: 137. cann tríghan ac* sacht [ka:n 'tɾi:ɣən ək saxt]

*ac translates to both and & plus.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 12:58 pm 
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L'alphabētarium wrote:
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