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- | === Cardinals === | + | < |

+ | # Numbers | ||

- | == Proposal 1 == | + | ## Content |

- | * 1-12 | + | |

- | * 1: **ën** | + | |

- | * 2: **two** | + | |

- | * 3: **tri** | + | |

- | * 4: **fier** | + | |

- | * 5: **femf** | + | |

- | * 6: **six** | + | |

- | * 7: **seven** | + | |

- | * 8: **acht** | + | |

- | * 9: **nien** | + | |

- | * 10: **tën** | + | |

- | * 11: **elv** | + | |

- | * 12: **tvielf** | + | |

- | * 13-19 | + | |

- | * formed by adding the suffix **-tëen** to the numbers 3 to 9: | + | |

- | * compare this to the english suffix //-teen// | + | |

- | * multiples of 10 | + | |

- | * formed by adding the suffix **-tig** to the name of the first digit | + | |

- | * compare this to the english suffix //-ty// | + | |

- | * powers of 10 | + | |

- | * 100: **hundred** | + | |

- | * 1000: **tusend** | + | |

- | * references: [[references#sch12|sch12]] | + | |

- | == Proposal 2 == | + | ### Cardinals |

- | * 0-10 | + | |

- | * 0: **nul** | + | |

- | * 1: **en** | + | |

- | * 2: **tve** | + | |

- | * 3: **tri** | + | |

- | * 4: **fir** | + | |

- | * 5: **fem** | + | |

- | * 6: **seks** | + | |

- | * 7: **siv** | + | |

- | * 8: **akt** | + | |

- | * 9: **nin** | + | |

- | * 10: **ten** | + | |

- | * powers of 10 | + | |

- | * 100: **hundred** | + | |

- | * 1000: **tusend** | + | |

- | * all other numbers | + | |

- | * formed by sticking the numbers together according to the decimal system with the numbers from 2 to 9 as factors | + | |

- | * for example 8192: **akttusend-(en)hundred-ninten-tve** | + | |

- | * for the numbers 11-19 this system differs from most systems used in the Germanic languages, which makes it a little bit harder to comprehend for Germanic speakers without ever having seen it, but it also widens the distance between the names of the number-pairs " | + | |

- | * references: fen13 | + | |

- | == Proposal 3 == | + | #### Proposal 1 |

- | 0-10 | + | |

- | * 0: **nul** | + | - 1-12 |

- | * 1: **en** | + | - 1: __ën__ |

- | * 2: **tvo** | + | - 2: __two__ |

- | * 3: **tri** | + | - 3: __tri__ |

- | * 4: **fir** | + | - 4: __fier__ |

- | * 5: **fiv** | + | - 5: __femf__ |

- | * 6: **seks** | + | - 6: __six__ |

- | * 7: **siven** | + | - 7: __seven__ |

- | * 8: **akt** | + | - 8: __acht__ |

- | * 9: **neen** | + | - 9: __nien__ |

- | * 10: **ten** | + | - 10: __tën__ |

- | powers of 10 | + | - 11: __elv__ |

- | * 100: **hundred** | + | - 12: __tvielf__ |

- | * 1000: **tusen** | + | - 13-19 |

- | * 1000000: **miljon** | + | - formed by adding the suffix __-tëen__ to the numbers 3 to 9: |

- | references: [[references#cha07]] | + | - compare this to the english suffix //-teen// |

+ | - multiples of 10 | ||

+ | - formed by adding the suffix __-tig__ to the name of the first digit | ||

+ | - compare this to the english suffix //-ty// | ||

+ | - powers of 10 | ||

+ | - 100: __hundred__ | ||

+ | - 1000: __tusend__ | ||

+ | - references: [sch12](?id=references: | ||

+ | | ||

+ | | ||

+ | #### Proposal 2 | ||

+ | | ||

+ | - 0-10 | ||

+ | - 0: __nul__ | ||

+ | - 1: __en__ | ||

+ | - 2: __tve__ | ||

+ | - 3: __tri__ | ||

+ | - 4: __fir__ | ||

+ | - 5: __fem__ | ||

+ | - 6: __seks__ | ||

+ | - 7: __siv__ | ||

+ | - 8: __akt__ | ||

+ | - 9: __nin__ | ||

+ | - 10: __ten__ | ||

+ | - powers of 10 | ||

+ | - 100: __hundred__ | ||

+ | - 1000: __tusend__ | ||

+ | - all other numbers | ||

+ | - formed by sticking the numbers together according to the decimal system with the numbers from 2 to 9 as factors | ||

+ | - for example 8192: __akttusend-(en)hundred-ninten-tve__ | ||

+ | - for the numbers 11-19 this system differs from most systems used in the Germanic languages, which makes it a little bit harder to comprehend for Germanic speakers without ever having seen it, but it also widens the distance between the names of the number-pairs " | ||

+ | - references: fen13 | ||

+ | | ||

+ | #### Proposal 3 | ||

+ | | ||

+ | - 0-10 | ||

+ | - 0: __nul__ | ||

+ | - 1: __en__ | ||

+ | - 2: __tvo__ | ||

+ | - 3: __tri__ | ||

+ | - 4: __fir__ | ||

+ | - 5: __fiv__ | ||

+ | - 6: __seks__ | ||

+ | - 7: __siven__ | ||

+ | - 8: __akt__ | ||

+ | - 9: __neen__ | ||

+ | - 10: __ten__ | ||

+ | - powers of 10 | ||

+ | - 100: __hundred__ | ||

+ | - 1000: __tusen__ | ||

+ | - 1000000: __miljon__ | ||

+ | - references: [cha07](? | ||

+ | | ||

+ | ### Ordinals | ||

+ | | ||

+ | The " | ||

+ | | ||

+ | </ | ||

- | === Ordinals === | ||

- | [ToDo] |

numbers.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/03 21:33 by fenris