Numbers and Plurals


If there is a number (or a determiner like "all"), the plural particle le isn't required, as the plurality can be inferred from the context:

le leiso - houses
osi leiso - all houses
kan leiso - four houses

Below is the set of cardinal numbers. Numbers all end in "n".
0 - nun
1- ayn
2- don
3- tin
4- kan
5- keyn
6- sen
7- sun
8- okon
9- novan
10- den
11- den-ayn
12- den-don
13- den-tin
...
20- don-den
21- don-den-ayn
22- don-den-don
23- don-den-tin
...
30- tin-den
40 -kan-den
...
100 - syen
1,000 - syon
1,100 - syon-syen
1,200 - syon-don-syen
...
10,000 - den-syon
100,000 - syen-syon
1,000,000 - eseon
1,000,000,000 - ospen
Trillion - ohanen
Quadrillion - lanun

Ordinal numbers (first, second, third) are formed with the root sol (series), with an i or u affixed to the number depending on its use as an adjective or adverb, respectively:
Wo sol-ayni anako - I'm the first child
Sol-aynu fa - Do this first




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