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-und* num > num
nbsp; IE *dkṃ-tom > *ḱm̥tóm > Germanic *hundam

One hundred times the numerical base modified.

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Lat. centum, Lith. šimtas, Ltv. simts, Gm. hunt/hundert, Eng. hundred/hundred, Goth. hund, ON hundrað, Gk. ἑκατόν (hekaton), Av. sata, Gaul. cantam, Ir. cét/cead, Kashmiri śath, Osset. sædæ, Pers. /صد (sad), OCS съто (sŭto), Polish sto, Russ. сто (sto), Skr. शत (śatá), Av. 𐬯𐬀𐬙𐬀 (sata), Toch. känt/kante, Welsh cant

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Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
dwund* num Two hundred (200). Determinate Number
dwundj* num The reciprocal of two hundred (200).
gintund* num Ten hundred, thousand. Improper combined form; use unel* unless there is a compelling reason to say "ten hundred." Determinate Number
kwetorund* num Four hundred (400). Determinate Number
multund* ind num "Hundreds"; an indefinite number greater than 100 and on the order of 100.
newnund* num Nine hundred (900). Determinate Number
oktund* num Eight hundred (800).
oliqund* ind num An indefinite number, on the order of 100, probably not less than 100 and probably not greater than 500. Indeterminate Number
partund* ind num Number between 0 exclusive and 100 exclusive. Indeterminate Number
penkwund* num Five hundred (500).
plurund* ind num An indefinite number, on the order of 100, probably greater than 500; "many hundreds."
seksund* num Six hundred (600).
sepmund* num Seven hundred (700).
trejund* num Three hundred (300).
-undj* num > num The reciprocal of 100 times the modified base.
unund* num One hundred (100). Determinate Number
unundj* num The reciprocal of one hundred (100). Determinate Number

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