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Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« on: July 24, 2014, 11:05:25 am »
Hi, I'm new on this forum. First to introduce myself, I'm Janko. I collecting numbers from diffent number systems in various languages, (both: Natlangs, and Conlangs).
Could you please if you have numbers from your Conlangs you send this thread in future.

You can my main link:
https://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/
about numbers from my colection:
https://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/collectionnumbers
Conlangs numbers:
https://sites.google.com/site/jankogorenc/conlangsnumbers

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2014, 11:14:56 am »
Add some language which is not mentioned on my website
Dzomba:
1. eka
2. qa
3. wusa
4. qom
5. peya
6. keya
8. arisowa
8. ta
9. pei-ta
10. kongi

Swephei:
1- Ju, 2-Kah, 3- Vai, 4-Phayhe, 5-Lyhe, 6-Kensi, 7-sata, 8-rajo, 9-Mayte, 10 Yan.

vanga matak:
Nu, tu, ru, pu, vu, su, yu, ku, zu, duk.

Spoldra:
an /'ɒn/
twa /'dvɒ/
þrir /'θɾɪ:/ or /''θɾɪ.ə/
gwedwar /gved.və/
feng /'feŋ/
sweg /zvek/
sefton /'sef.t(ə)n/
agt /'ɒkt/
non /no:n/
tegont /'te.g(ə)n/ or /'te.kn/

nomuli:
1=eono
2=deo
3=trio
4=kuatro
5=pento
6=sesso
7=septo
8=ahto
9=neuno
10=deko

Could you please if you continue with this thread?

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2014, 11:37:52 am »
Kaltxì ulte zola'u nìtrrte', ma Janko! :)

I see you collect number systems of colangs. Here are the Numbers of the Na'vi Language:
Base 8

0   kew
1   ’aw
2   mune
3   pxey
4   tsìng
5   mrr
6   pukap   
7   kinä
8   vol
...
20   mevol
...
100   zam
...
1000   vozam
...
10000  zazam

The higest number we can say in Na'vi yet is 777778 or in decimal 32767, because we have no word for 1000008 yet.


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Numbers (LN website)
The Na'vi Number System - Guide v2.50
Official Dictionary - part The Number System

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2014, 01:58:36 pm »
That is certainly a large collection :o :D

There is a small typo in the Dutch numbers (here): 18 - achtien should be achttien.

Furthermore, you don't seem to have the conlang Lojban yet:
  • 0, 1, ..., 9 is no, pa, re, ci, vo, mu, xa, ze, bi, so
Longer numbers are made by just putting these words together.
For example:
  • 10 is pano
  • 42 is vore
To abbreviate numbers, you can use ki'o that indicates the thousands separator, so
  • 1 000 000 is paki'oki'o (but you can also just use panononononono :P )
  • 1 000 000 000 is paki'oki'oki'o
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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2014, 09:23:21 am »
That is certainly a large collection :o :D

There is a small typo in the Dutch numbers (here): 18 - achtien should be achttien.

Furthermore, you don't seem to have the conlang Lojban yet:
  • 0, 1, ..., 9 is no, pa, re, ci, vo, mu, xa, ze, bi, so
Longer numbers are made by just putting these words together.
For example:
  • 10 is pano
  • 42 is vore
To abbreviate numbers, you can use ki'o that indicates the thousands separator, so
  • 1 000 000 is paki'oki'o (but you can also just use panononononono :P )
  • 1 000 000 000 is paki'oki'oki'o
Thank you for your post.
I sincerely apologize because I'm at my website made ​​a mistake by numeral 18 in language.
That page is very outdated, and unfortunately I can not edit it.

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2014, 09:28:06 am »
Could you please continue with this thread if you have numbers from your conlangs. I send some PM but didn't get any response. why not?

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2014, 09:52:11 am »
Probably, there is missing the German numbers.

German: 1 – eins, 2 – zwei, 3 – drei, 4 – vier, 5 – fünf, 6 – sechs, 7 – sieben, 8 – acht, 9 – neun, 10 – zehn, 11 – elf, 12 – zwölf, 13 – dreizehn, 14 – vierzehn, 15 – fünfzehn, 16 – sechzehn, 17 – siebzehn, 18 – achzehn, 19 – neunzehn, 20 – zwanzig, 21 – einundzwanzig, 22 – zweiundzwanzig, 23 – dreiundzwanzig, 24 – vierundzwanzig, 25 – fünfundzwanzig, 26 – sechsundzwanzig, 27 – siebenundzwanzig, 28 – achtundzwanzig, 29 – neunundzwanzig, 30 – dreißig, …, 40 – vierzig, 50 – fünfzig, 60 – sechzig, 70 – siebzig, 80 – achtzig 90 – neunzig, 100 – (ein)hundert, 200 – zweihundert, 300 – dreihundert, 400 – vierhundert, 500 – fünfhundert, 600 – sechshundert, 700 – siebenhundert, 800 – achthundert, 900 – neunhundert, 1000 – (ein)tausend, 1 000 000 – (eine)million, 1 000 000 000 – (eine)miliarde.

Could you please continue with this thread if you have numbers from your conlangs. I send some PM but didn't get any response. why not?
I don't know, whom you sent a PM, but I let you know that the activity here is not that big like three years ago...

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2014, 11:30:49 am »
I sent messages to : Kì’onga Vul 2nd, Ftxavanga Txe′lan 2nd, Ithisa Kíranem 2nd, Stranger Come, Knocking for Ocarik numbers, Maweyatan for Zhkang numbers.
But I didn't got answer by  nowhere.

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #8 on: August 01, 2014, 12:22:41 pm »
I think, it would be useful to take a look at their profiles especially at the "Last active" line before sending any messages...
Here are three examples,
Kì’onga VulLast Active:    August 05, 2011 - since 3 years no login
Ftxavanga Txe′lan   Last Active:    March 06, 2013 - over 1 year no login
MaweyatanLast Active:    May 01, 2013 - also over 1 year no login
...I'm afraid, but I don't think you will receive a message from them. If they have enabled the email notification, they could know that someone have PM'd them, but if they answer to you, that's another question.

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #9 on: August 12, 2014, 05:25:30 pm »
I'm making a new Conlang and the number system is now complete.

It is a Hexadecimal system. I'll post more in this board soon.

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2014, 02:03:49 am »

It is a Hexadecimal system. I'll post more in this board soon.

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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2015, 11:02:05 pm »
Here's a neat one to share.  I have a ton of conlangs, including famous ones that I alone have deciphered.  I'm sorry I haven't gathered all the numbers yet, I just have a lot going on.

Here's one I recently made, maybe thinking of you, Janko.  I don't do weird number systems often because it's time consuming to have base 7 or whatever.  I like to focus on a few things and try to keep my conlangs easy to use, or just completely unusable ("Forbidden Planet" ended up like that, it has like 200 phonemes and words that are 50 letters long on a regular basis).

I give them numbers, I make too many of them and I don't know what to call them:

This is "conlang 3 1 2015" by me, Mr. Larry Rogers.  A fuller name for it is "conlang 3 1 2015: Two-part Chinese script, Click language underneath, Finnish noun cases, many moods and aspects, New Guinea 27 base number system."

I took this out of Excel and replaced [TAB] with [:] and [ : ].

:::143 is written 8:and:5: n27s
:::::::

The number system is based on this:
:::https://www.academia.edu/2056304/Counting_on_Your_Body_in_Papua_New_Guniea::::
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Table 6.
East Kewa (Southern Highlands) (Franklin & Franklin, 1962)::::
:::Franklin, K. and Franklin J. (1962). The Kewa counting system.
The
 
 Journal of the Polynesian Society,71,
188-191.::::
:::
Table 6.
East Kewa (Southern Highlands) (Franklin & Franklin, 1962)::::
:new guinea::

 n1  :  漲  :  kai4  : little finger :  : new guinea :  :
 n2  :  柤  :  gta3  : ring finger :  :  :  :
 n3  :  沛  :  kai4  : middle finger :  :  :  :
 n4  :  燐  :  gtura3  : index finger :  :  :  :
 n5  :  矟  :  dhu4  : thumb :  :  :  :
 n6  :  穢  :  c!u1  : heel of palm :  :  :  :
 n7  :  杚  :  gta3  : palm :  :  :  :
 n8  :  漑  :  kai4  : wrist :  :  :  :
 n9  :  籌  :  tari2  : forearm :  :  :  :
 n10  :  杛  :  gta3  : large arm bone :  :  :  :
 n11  :  獮  :  te1  : small arm bone :  :  :  :
 n12  :  矞  :  dhu4  : above elbow :  :  :  :
 n13  :  燰  :  gtura3  : lower upper arm :  :  :  :
 n14  :  坕  :  zh'u1  : upper upper arm :  :  :  :
 n15  :  礦  :  to2  : shoulder :  :  :  :
 n16  :  沵  :  kai4  : shoulder bone :  :  :  :
 n17  :  赖  :  hu4  : neck muscle :  :  :  :
 n18  :  稜  :  c!u1  : neck :  :  :  :
 n19  :  槥  :  gta3  : jaw :  :  :  :
 n20  :  杤  :  gta3  : ear :  :  :  :
 n21  :  櫞  :  gta3  : cheek :  :  :  :
 n22  :  澄  :  kai4  : eye :  :  :  :
 n23  :  棳  :  gta3  : inside corner of eye :  :  :  :
 n24  :  楪  :  gta3  : between the eyes :  :  :  :
 n25  :  杣  :  gta3  : inside corner of another eye :  :  :  :
 n26  :  腨  :  c!o3  : another eye :  :  :  :
 n27  :  穔  :  c!u1  : another little finger :  :  :  :
 n27s  :  榫  :  gta3  : 27's / “person” :  :  :  :
 n27by27  :  犼  :  te1  :  :  :  :  :
 n27to3  :  窟  :  zhxu4  :  :  :  :  :
 n27to4  :  濿  :  kai4  :  :  :  :  :
 n27to5  :  熕  :  gtura3  :  :  :  :  :


 n1 : 漲 : kai4 :little finger::new guinea::

So "one" is written using the replaceable code [ n1 ] and is written 漲 where WATER is the phonogram and BOW+LONG is the semantogram.  It's pronounced "kai4" where 4 is the tone.  It also means "little finger".  The numbers 1-27 are also the names of body parts. 19 20 and 21 are the same thing, so there must be something else to the words besides context that keeps them straight.  I just wanted a certain size word, I don't think it's usually much of a problem.  The characters are at least all unique.

I used Chinese characters because they show up on Faceboook, whereas all Unicode glyphs do not.  Before this one, I made my own logographs out of > < | and this kind of thing, but it was too ugly, so for this one I brought out the Chinese.  I'm an independent scholar of logographic scripts, so sometimes I focus on conlang creations that incorporate that.  I don't conlang much any more, and I only ever did it on occaision, to think more about some linguistic phenomena.

If you replace [ : ] with [TAB], you can put it in Excel.
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Re: Numbers from your Constructed language(s)?
« Reply #12 on: March 20, 2015, 07:14:13 am »
Quote
1000 000 – million, 1000 000 000 – milliard.
1 000 000 and 1 000 000 000, please. :)

If you can call that a conlang, here are the numbers of Hindais, a mix of French and Na'vi.

unh
deh [də]
trua
katr
sink
sis
sèt
uhit
nehf
dis

Needless to say that it's pronounced approximately like in French.
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