Word | Number & English Translation |
---|---|

pʌ | 1; One |

zʌ | 2; Two |

dʌ | 3; Three |

rʌ | 4; Four |

lʌ | 5; Five |

jʌ | 6; Six |

fʌ | 7; Seven |

vʌ | 8; Eight |

wʌ | 9; Nine |

sʌ | 10; Ten |

sʌpʌ | 11; Ten-one |

sʌzʌ | 12; Ten-two |

sʌdʌ | 13; Ten-three |

sʌrʌ | 14; Ten-four |

sʌlʌ | 15; Ten-five |

sʌjʌ | 16; Ten-six |

sʌfʌ | 17; Ten-seven |

sʌvʌ | 18; Ten-eight |

sʌwʌ | 19; Ten-nine |

zʌsʌ | 20; Two-ten |

zʌsʌpʌ | 21; Two-ten-one |

dʌsʌ | 30; Three-ten |

rʌsʌ | 40; Four-ten |

lʌsʌ | 50; Five-ten |

jʌsʌ | 60; Six-ten |

fʌsʌ | 70; Seven-ten |

vʌsʌ | 80; Eight-ten |

wʌsʌ | 90; Nine-ten |

gʌ | 100; Hundred (singular) |

gʌpʌ | 101; Hundred-one |

zʌgʌ | 200; Two-hundred |

g'sʌ | 1000; Thousand |

## Introduction

### Ab'jarin Introduction

Ab'jarin is a constructed language (known as a conlang) that I have been working on since late May. I initially started working on thi...

## Sunday, August 21, 2016

### Numbers

Ab'jarin was designed with a base ten number system in mind. The names for the numbers are as follows:

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so is "thousand" /gʔsʌ/? quite the cluster there, for me it comes out as more [gʌʔsʌ]

ReplyDeleteIt is. However, I believe that I am going to have a shift of the pronunciation to [gʌʔsʌ]

ReplyDeletePeople being lazy, you know.

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