## Numerical Bases

Cardinal Number Bases Ordinal Bases Fractional Bases Examples of Two-Digit Numbers
0 n* 10 gint*
1 un* unt* first 11 gintiun*
2 dw* dwt* second dwj* half 12 gintidw* 20 dwikmt*
3 trej* trejt* third tertj* one-third 13 gintitrej* 30 trejikmt*
4 kwetor* kwetort* fourth kwart* one-fourth, one quarter 14 gintikwetor* 40 kwetorikmt*
5 penkw* penkwt* fifth kwint* one-fifth 15 gintipenkw* 50 penkwikmt*
6 sweks* swekst*sixth sekst* one-sixth 16 gintiseks* 60 seksikmt*
7 sepm* sepmt* seventh 17 gintisepm* 70 sepmikmt*
8 okt* oktt* eighth 18 gintiokt* 80 oktikmt*
9 newn* newnt* ninth 19 gintinewn* 90 newnikmt*

kmt* is a special combinator that allows constructions of the form (tens count) + kmt* + (units count). For example, 23 is dwikmtitrej*, 45 is kwetorikmtipenkw*, etc.

Bases for hundreds are formed with the suffix -und*: unund* (100), dwund* (200), etc. As with kmt*, -und* allows constructions of the form (hundreds count) + -und* + (tens/units count).

Bases for powers of 1000 are formed with the suffix -el*: unel* (1,000), dwel* (1,000,000), etc.

The noun case (-os, -om, etc.) is the collective sense: a group of the number of members. The distributive case applies. The verb and adjective cases represent counts.

## Indefinite Numbers

Several bases denote enumerations that fall within a particular range or otherwise exhibit noncardinal properties.

### Roots

artj* Even (2, 4, 6, etc.).
mult* Multiple, more than one.
oliq* 1. A small quantity, few.
2. A small number.
part* Fraction of one, indefinite number between zero exclusive and one exclusive.
peris* Odd (1, 3, 5, etc.).
plur* A great quantity (of), many, a large number (of).

### Derivatives

kwioliq* How few.
multel* Indefinite number greater than 1,000 and on any order greater than 1,000.
multidwel* "Millions"; an indefinite number greater than 1,000,000 and on the order of 1,000,000.
multikmt* "Tens, dozens"; an indefinite number greater than 10 and on the order of 10.
multiunel* "Thousands"; an indefinite number greater than 1,000 and on the order of 1,000.
multj* Indeterminate fractional number between zero and one.
multund* "Hundreds"; an indefinite number greater than 100 and on the order of 100.
non* Infinity.
oliqikmt* An indefinite number, on the order of 10, greater than or equal to 10 and probably not greater than 50.
oliqiunel* An indefinite number, on the order of 1000, probably not less than 1000 and probably not greater than 5000.
oliqund* An indefinite number, on the order of 100, probably not less than 100 and probably not greater than 500.
partel* Number between 0 exclusive and 1000 exclusive.
partiq* A number between 0 exclusive and 10 exclusive.
partund* Number between 0 exclusive and 100 exclusive.
plurel* An extremely large indefinite number, on the order of 1015 or greater.
plurelj* An extremely small indefinite number, on the order of 10-15 or less.
plurikmt* An indefinite number, on the order of 10, probably greater than 50; "many tens, many dozens."
pluriunel* An indefinite number, on the order of 1,000, probably greater than 5,000; "many thousands."
plurund* An indefinite number, on the order of 100, probably greater than 500; "many hundreds."
ul* Any, any quantity.

## Examples with Numbers

10 Treis meqis kanos tropotosit dekmidwim homom.

Three large dogs are more powerful than twelve people.