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Kirnath uses a base ten number system. Numbers 0-9 and every multiple of 10 are base numbers, combining numbers to make a bigger one.

Double digits (10-99) are formed by putting 1-9 after the multiple of 10, and joining them with a dash.

Ex. zyïna-ćyan /zjɪnɑ.t͡ɕjɑn/ is 13, a combination of zyïna /zjɪnɑ/

*ten*and ćyan /t͡ɕjɑn/

*three*.

Numbers 100-999 have 2-9, zyïńi /zjɪɲi/

*hundred*, and 0-99

Ex. ćyan-zyïńi-kanzi-työn /t͡ɕjɑn.zjɪɲi.kɑnzi.tjɔn/

*345*.

Every number after just has the number 2-9, the word for thousand, million, etc, and the hundred digits. Numbers within thousands etc still follow the same rules in the hundreds, with thousand, million, etc following. After the word for thousand, million, etc, an apostrophe ' is used instead (optional though, more common). Numerals have no break marks.

Ex. 875,612 is gyan-zyïńi-syïna-työn-zyïzye'kyan-zyïńi-zyïna-dyön /gjɑn.zjɪɲi.sjɪnɑ.tjɔn.zjɪzjəkjɑn.zjɪɲi.zjɪnɑ.djɔn/ ✎ Edit Article ✖ Delete Article

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