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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 1:02 pm 
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Celtic?

Irish & Scottish Gaelic inspired... Too obvious, huh?


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 6:16 pm 
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I already sent this first one to you, Janko, but I'm also including a few others I've worked on.

Nióruais
[ɲoːrwɪʃ]
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A Goidelic Celtic language with significant Norse influence. It is quite different from its parent Irish because of Niórua's near-1000 year independence from the Celtic Empire.

0. nóeg [ˈnoːɣ]
1. caén [ˈken]
2. biár [ˈvɑr]
3. drí [ˈðɾiː]
4. ciabhr [t͡sjəˈvər]
5. cúnn [ˈkuːŋ]
6. siús [ˈʃus]
7. seoct [ˈʃaukt]
8. áct [ˈɑːkt]
9. naon [ˈniːn]
10. dhioch [ˈzɪk͡x]


Fionlioch
[fɪnlɪk]
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Another Goidelic Celtic language, this one is even less intelligible with Irish due to Fionlain's history of its Irish nobility marrying into native Permic tribes.

0. niol [nɪl]
1. sciom [sgɪm]
2. kjáis [kjɑːɕ]
3. trén [trɛːn]
4. cniolóth [kʼnɪloːʔ]
5. cúibs [kuːvs]
6. séchs [ɕɛːks]
7. stós [stoːs]
8. óc [oːk]
9. múc [muːk]
10. scúnjè [skuːnjə]


Spáinnioch
[spˠɑnʲɪk͡x]
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Yet another Goidelic Celtic language, this one is much closer to its parent Irish than the other two are; this is Italian to Irish's Latin while the other two are far more distant. There is some slight influence from Portuguese.

0. miodun [mʲɪdˠʌnˠ]
1. gaim [gæmʲ]
2. yá [jaː]
3. tré [trʲeː]
4. cútor [kuːtˠɔrˠ]
5. sách [zaːk͡x]
6. sín [sʲiːnʲ]
7. syept [sjeptˠ]
8. úcu [uːku]
9. ním [nʲiːm]
10. dóce [dʲoːsʲe]


Курпашыҧур/Kurpašüppur
[ˌkuːrpaˈʃɯːpʰur]
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AKA Carpathian; an Oghur Turkic language (or at least a humble attempt at one) descended from Turkic Avar that has been significantly influenced by Polish and Greek. I'll put the Cyrillic spellings first and then the Romanizations, followed by the IPA.

0. метен/mïtïn [mɪtʰɪn]
1. фөр/fÿr [ˈfyr]
2. ех/ïkh [ɪχ]
3. фиши/fiši [fiʃi]
4. чөфет/čÿfït [t͡ɕyfɪt]
5. еҧенс/ïppïns [ɪpʰɪns]
6. ехиш/ïkhiš [ɪχiʃ]
7. еҧэт/ïppët [ɪpʰøt]
8. ыкыч/üküč [ɯkɯt͡ɕ]
9. ењи/ïńi [ɪɲi]
10. џуха/ɖukha [d͡ʐuχa]

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 10:35 pm 
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Seems to be the time for Celtic-inspired languages...Have one based on Gaulish:

Brigantian
1 oinos /ˈoi̯nos/
2 douo /ˈdowo/
3 trī /ˈtriː/
4 petuares /ˈpɛtwarɪs/
5 pemne /ˈpɛmnɪ/
6 sueχs /ˈswɛxs/
7 seχtan /ˈsɛxtan/
8 oχtū /ˈoxtuː/
9 naman /ˈnaman/
10 decan /ˈdɛkan/

If it looks virtually identical to Gaulish except for vowel-quality and pemne vs. pempe...it is meant to be pretty conservative (more of a "Late Gaulish" really), but the more interesting changes also don't show up in this sample.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:20 am 
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Tayin:
1. mi
2. sə
3. pin
4. ti
5. tąvo
6. tehe
7. taben
8. ęde
9. ędąvo
10. kimə
on Akana Wiki http://akana.conlang.org/wiki/Endayin

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:27 pm 
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Standard Acadian
1. Vuań [ˈvu.ɐ̃]
2. Tú [ty]
3. Hri [r̥i]
4. Fuar [ˈfu.ɐɾ]
5. Foav [ˈfɑ.ɐv]
6. Śeś [ʃɛʃ]
7. Saveń [ˈsɐ.vɛ̃]
8. Ja [jɐ]
9. Noań [ˈnɑ.ɐ̃]
10. Tań [tɐ̃]
11. Alaveń [ˈɐ.lɐ.ˌvɛ̃]
12. Tvauv [tvauv]
13. Sartiń [ˈsɐɾ.tĩ]
14. Fuartiń [ˈfu.ɐɾ.ˌtĩ]
15. Feftiń [ˈfɛf.tĩ]
16. Śeśtiń [ˈʃɛʃ.tĩ]
17. Saveńtiń [ˈsɐ.vɛ̃.ˌtĩ]
18. Jatiń [ˈjɐ.tĩ]
19. Noańtiń [ˈnɑ.ɐ̃.ˌtĩ]
20. Tvani [ˈtvɐ.ni]
21. Tvani vuań [ˈtvɐ.ni ˈvu.ɐ̃]
30. Sarri [ˈsɐ.ri]
40. Fuarri [ˈfu.ɐ.ˌri]
50. Fefti [ˈfɛf.ti]
60. Śeśti [ˈʃɛʃ.ti]
70. Saveni [ˈsɐ.vɛ.ˌni]
80. Jari [ˈjɐ.ɾi]
90. Noani [ˈnɑ.ɐ.ˌni]
100. Vuań wańźreń [ˈvu.ɐ̃ ˈwɐ̃ɣ.ɾɛ̃]


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:41 pm 
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Not sure if I sent this to you before, but here's my Celtic conlangs' numbers:

Ercunic:

én [eːn]
dvau [dvau]
trí [trʲiː]
cetvar [ketvar]
cince [kⁱinke]
sves [sves]
secht [sext]
ochtó [oxtoː]
nav [nav]
dech [dex]

Roman Hercynian / Ercunich Romoi:

ēn [eːn]
duvo [dubo]
trī [triː]
cetuar [ke.tu.ar]
cice [ki.kɛ]
ses [sɛs]
sect [sɛct]
oitō [oitoː]
nō [noː]
dec [dɛk]

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:55 pm 
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Greenlandic Acadian
1. Vua [ˈvu.ɐ]
2. Tu [tu]
3. Hri [r̥i]
4. Fuar [ˈfu.ɐɾ]
5. Fóav [ˈfɔ.ɐv]
6. Śeś [ʃɛʃ]
7. Sabveń [ˈsɐb.vɛ]
8. Fuartuz [ˈfu.ɐɾ.ˌtuz]
9. Nóa [ˈnɔ.ɐ]
10. Tań [tɐ]
11. Alaveń [ˈɐ.lɐ̋.ˌvɛ̋]
12. Tvauv [tvauv]
13. Sarti [ˈsɐɾ.ti]
14. Fuarti [ˈfu.ɐɾ.ˌti]
15. Fefti [ˈfɛf.ti]
16. Śeśti [ˈʃɛʃ.ti]
17. Sabventi [ˈsɐb.vɛn.ˌti]
18. Jóti [ˈjɔ.ti]
19. Nóanti [ˈnɔ.ɐn.ˌtĩ]
20. Tvani [ˈtvɐ.ni]
21. Tvani vua [ˈtvɐ.ni ˈvu.ɐ]
30. Sarri [ˈsɐ.ri]
40. Fuarri [ˈfu.ɐ.ˌri]
50. Áfunre [ˈaf.űn.ˌɾɛ̋]
60. Áfunreta [ˈaf.űn.ˌɾɛ̋.tɐ̋]
70. Sabveni [ˈsɐb.vɛ.ˌni]
80. Jóri [ˈjɔ.ɾi]
90. Nóani [ˈnɔ.ɐ.ˌni]
100. Vua unre [ˈvu.ɐ ˈun.ɾɛ]


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 1:02 pm 
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Old Gzho
(Base-12)

1 nhà [ˈŋæ]
2 go [ˈɡo]
3 [ˈmɛ]
4 àl [ˈæʟ]
5 mèveɡ / mèg/maiɡ [ˈmɛvəɡ / ˈmɛːɡ]
6 gaul / daus [ˈɡɔːʟ] / [ˈdɔːs]
7 gomènh [ˈɡomɛŋ]
8 àlag [ˈæləɡ]
9 mèm [ˈmɛm]
10 gok [ˈɡok]
11 nhòk [ˈŋɒk]
12 godaus [ˈɡodɔːs]

Panaka
(Base-10)

1 puku [ˈpuku]
2 nusa [ˈnusa]
3 kapa [ˈkapa]
4 'u'u [ˈʔuʔu]
5 kuku / kuka [ˈkuku / ˈkuka]
6 pati / (a)tisa [ˈpati / (a)ˈtisa]
7 nia / nani [ˈnia / ˈnani]
8 nisa [ˈnisa]
9 nipa [ˈnipa]
10 nati [ˈnati]

Victot li Rhák
(Base-10)

1 soka [ˈsoka]
2 xasa [ˈxasa]
3 efe [ˈefe]
4 eme [ˈeme]
5 vana [ˈvana]
6 sokála [ˈskɑːla ~ ˈskala]
7 xosi [ˈxosi]
8 loti [ˈloti]
9 megi [ˈmeɡi]
10 vesi [ˈvesi]

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:49 am 
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Thank you for numbers from your conlangs!
Please continue with this thread, if you have numbers from your conlangs, or you'll have in future.

Thank you for your help!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:31 pm 
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Here are the base-12 numbers in the Tuulian languages. High and Low Tuolic are two dialects of the same language; Tuulunic is a more distant relation. Low Tuolic has two number systems, the second a base-10 system borrowed from Brigantian and used chiefly in commerce.

High Tuolic
1 ciüssä [ˈkiysːɛ]
2 auvo [ˈɑuʋo]
3 tooha [ˈtoːhɑ]
4 littë [ˈlitːœ]
5 luośi [ˈluoɕi]
6 iem [ˈiem]
7 voltə [ˈʋoltə]
8 äillə [ˈɛilːə]
9 neüt [ˈneyt]
10 viüti [ˈʋiyti]
11 ingə [ˈiŋːə]
12 tau [ˈtɑu]

Low Tuolic (native base-12)
1 ciüssä [ˈkiysːæ]
2 aumo [ˈɑumo]
3 tooha [ˈtoːħɑ]
4 littö [ˈlitːø]
5 luośi [ˈluosʲi]
6 ien [ˈien]
7 volle [ˈʋolːe]
8 äille [ˈæilːe]
9 neüt [ˈneyt]
10 viüti [ˈʋiyti]
11 incə [ˈiŋkə]
12 tau [ˈtɑu]

Low Tuolic (borrowed base-10)
1 oin [ˈoin]
2 tov [ˈtoʋ]
3 tiss [ˈtisː]
4 pätür [ˈpætyr]
5 pämmi [ˈpæmːi]
6 väss [ˈʋæsː]
7 sättå [ˈsætːʌ]
8 ottu [ˈotːu]
9 namm [ˈnɑmː]
10 täcån [ˈtækʌn]

Tuulunic
1 kiič [ˈkiːt͡ʃ]
2 äẉum [ˈʔɒɻʷum]
3 töqėh [ˈtɤqɜh]
4 lyht [ˈlyht]
5 lääṣ [ˈlɒːʂ]
6 qiim [ˈqiːm]
7 höḷḍ [ˈhɤɭɖ]
8 æælb [ˈʔæːlb]
9 nøẉyt [ˈnøɻʷyt]
10 wyyḍ [ˈwyːɖ]
11 ink [ˈʔiŋk]
12 täẉ [ˈtɒɻ]

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 12:24 am 
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Transemilian
1: коул /koul/
2: шка /ʃka/
3: грім /grim/
4: фтеу /ɸtɛu/
5: сцу /stsu/
6: лъян /ljan/
7: ғьдэ /ʝdɛ/
8: ги /ɟi/
9: еньтла /eɲtla/
10: клэ /klɛ/
(Romanizations: koul, shka, grim, ftêu, stsu, lyan, jhde, ji, ênhtla, kle


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2015 11:13 am 
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One of the languages in my collection numbers
Orovitic:

1 ak
2 taj
3 šis
4 kar
5 khems
6 šeš
7 ševa
8 eštam
9 nisev
10 diser

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Today 21.1.2014 my collection includes: I have data for numbers from 21518 ways (both languages. conlangs and natlangs, their dialects, subdialects,... additional versions.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 12, 2015 2:57 pm 
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Orisiyan:

an
co
fey
kyuu
wen
fil
eyr
cap
cash
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 12, 2015 4:15 pm 
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Gutish:

je [je:] "one"
twe [tve:] "two"
dri [drʲi:] "three"
fedwo ['fedvo] "four"
fe [fe:] "five"
se [ʃe:] "six"
sebo ['ʃe:bo] "seven"
ahtu ['axtu] "eight"
ńo [nʲo:] "nine"
tešo ['t͡ʃe:ʃo] "ten"
jele ['je:lʲe] "eleven"
twàle ['tva:lʲe] "twelve"
dritešo [drʲi't͡ʃe:ʃo] "thirteen"
twetež ['tve:t͡ʃeʃ] "twenty"
twetež je ['tve:t͡ʃeʃ je:] "twenty-one"
hoda ['xo:da] "one hundred"
hoda je ['xo:da je:] "one hundred and one"
twe hoda [tve: 'xo:da] "two hundred"
dysode [di'so:dʲe] "one thousand"
miľone [mi'lʲo:nʲe] "one million"
biľone [bi'lʲo:nʲe] "one billion"

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 7:36 pm 
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I already sent this to impatient Janko. ;)

Sassic (Old Saxon daughterlang):

0 - neochvicht /neoxvʲixt/
1 - ín /iːn/
2 - tvín /tvʲiːn/
3 - thrí /θrʲiː/
4 - fiuvar /fʲiuvar/
5 - fíf /fʲiːf/
6 - ses /ses/
7 - shivun /ʃivun/
8 - acht /axt/
9 - nighun /nʲiɣun/
10 - techan /texan/

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2015 6:48 am 
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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!

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2015 1:35 pm 
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Khwaregi:
1-pvo
2-pvor
3-si
4-khi
5-gu
6-ljur
7-ju
8-mi
9-ur
10-qibar
100-pvopvoren
1000-qipvon

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:05 pm 
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Hi Janko, I don't remember if I gave you these numbers already, but here they (in base eight) are in Empotle7á and Shtåså (can you spot the shared etymologies ;D)

Empotle7á
1. tawo
2. sí
3. nalló
4. mená
5. 7otlá
6. mení
7. nallé
10. ngawo

Shtåså
1. tab
2. shi
3. nasty
4. nheddh
5. us
6. mech
7. naish
10. nhab

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2015 2:54 pm 
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Okay, this is for Caascis. I've actually worked it out fairly far (mostly because numbers interest me - and because I have important numbers in my stories.)

It's base seven, as you can probably work out.

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1. hi
2. ti
3. ci
4. seci
5. eci
6. teci
7. ha
8. ha ehia
9. ha etia
10. ha ecia
11. ha esecia
12. ha eecia
13. ha etecia
14. ti ahae
15. ti ahae ehia
16. ti ahae etia
17. ti ahae ecia
18. ti ahae esecia
19. ti ahae eecia
20. ti ahae etecia
21. ci ahae
28. seci ahae
35. eci ahae
42. teci ahae
49. ha ahae
56. ha ehia ahae
63. ha etia ahae
70. ha ecia ahae
98. tiha ahae
99. tiha ahae ehia
112. tiha ahae etia ahae
147. ciha ahae
196. seha ahae
245. eciha ahae
294. teha ahae
343. he
344. he ehia

Also, a few fraction examples:

1/2. hi itia
1/8. hi ihae ehia
12 and 11/16. ha eecia qai ha esecia itia ahae etia
4 and 1/2. seci qai hi itia
6 and 7/8. teci qai ha ihae ehia

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 10:13 am 
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Arzena wrote:
Hi Janko, I don't remember if I gave you these numbers already, but here they (in base eight) are in Empotle7á and Shtåså (can you spot the shared etymologies ;D)

Empotle7á
1. tawo
2. sí
3. nalló
4. mená
5. 7otlá
6. mení
7. nallé
10. ngawo

Shtåså
1. tab
2. shi
3. nasty
4. nheddh
5. us
6. mech
7. naish
10. nhab


Thank you for numbers from Empotle7á and Shtåså.
Could you please tell me what is names for 8 and 9?
Empotle7á: 8 nallétawo (or: ngawotawo ?), 9 nallési (or: ngawosi ?)
Shtåså: 8 naishtab ( or: nhabtab ?), 9 naishshi (or; nhabshi)?
Thank you!

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 10:17 am 
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dedicatedfollower467 wrote:
Okay, this is for Caascis. I've actually worked it out fairly far (mostly because numbers interest me - and because I have important numbers in my stories.)

It's base seven, as you can probably work out.

More: show
1. hi
2. ti
3. ci
4. seci
5. eci
6. teci
7. ha
8. ha ehia
9. ha etia
10. ha ecia
11. ha esecia
12. ha eecia
13. ha etecia
14. ti ahae
15. ti ahae ehia
16. ti ahae etia
17. ti ahae ecia
18. ti ahae esecia
19. ti ahae eecia
20. ti ahae etecia
21. ci ahae
28. seci ahae
35. eci ahae
42. teci ahae
49. ha ahae
56. ha ehia ahae
63. ha etia ahae
70. ha ecia ahae
98. tiha ahae
99. tiha ahae ehia
112. tiha ahae etia ahae
147. ciha ahae
196. seha ahae
245. eciha ahae
294. teha ahae
343. he
344. he ehia

Also, a few fraction examples:

1/2. hi itia
1/8. hi ihae ehia
12 and 11/16. ha eecia qai ha esecia itia ahae etia
4 and 1/2. seci qai hi itia
6 and 7/8. teci qai ha ihae ehia

Thank you for Caascis.numbers. Could you please tell me for pronounciation some letters: c in ci (as English c in church?), cia (ch + a?), sci (shi?)

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:38 pm 
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Janko Gorenc wrote:
Thank you for Caascis.numbers. Could you please tell me for pronounciation some letters: c in ci (as English c in church?), cia (ch + a?), sci (shi?)


Caascis has very regular orthography.

c = /k/ (I know, I know, I should have used a k, but I will always think c is aesthetically more pleasing than k - and I used k as the phoneme /‖/ anyway.)
i = /i/
t = /t/
a = /ɑ/
e = /ɛ/
s = /s/
h = /h/
q = /!/ (that is, an alveolar or post-alveolar click)

(those should be the only phonemes required for numbers - please let me know if I forgot one.)

In the most respected dialect, vowels never form diphthongs - they are separated by a glottal stop. So ti ahae is pronounced [ti ɑhɑˈʔɛ]. When two vowels appear together, the second vowel is stressed. Otherwise, the second syllable is stressed.

In answer to your specific question - ci is pronounced /ki/, *cia would be pronouned /kiˈʔa/, and *sci would be pronounced /ski/, although /sk/ cannot start a syllable and will only be found when a syllable ending in /s/ is immediately followed by a syllable beginning in /k/ as in Caascis, /kɑ.ˈʔɑs.kis/

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2015 2:32 pm 
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@Janko, both of the languages I provided don't really have words for 9 and 10 because both count in base-8 rather than base-10. That is not to say, however, that one cannot say that 9 or 10 of things exist. So, here they are, for your list: Emp: ŋawo tsá tawo (9) and ŋawo tsá sí (10)
Shtasa: tabdhïnhabtab (9) and tabdhïnhabshi

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 28, 2015 7:52 am 
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Thanks for numbers.
If you have numbers. Could you please continue with thread?

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 3:01 pm 
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Universal lang
1: wan [ wan ]
2: du [ du ]
3: tri [ tri ]
4: kwadro [ kwadro ]
5: punto [ punto ]
6: sep [ sep ]
7: seven [ seven ]
8: okto [ okto ]
9: nayn [ najn ]
10: detsi [ detsi ]

'Universal lang' is quite phonetical, by default decimal system. I also thought about hexadecimal system which is more logical and used as extension of math and computer logic.


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