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This public article was written by Yrieix Groulx, and last updated on 18 Aug 2016, 04:17.

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3. Numbers
Enari's number system is base-10, but still has remnants of the base-5/base-20 mess system used by Enar-Lentzic and Proto-Enar-Cumainic. The ancient Enar-Lentzic number system has long since been replaced by Arabic numerals.

NumeralRomanizedScriptNotes
1padpad
2susu
3nainay
4ranran
5mïnmïn
6mipadmipad
7mitsumitsu
8mïnzaimïnzay
9miranmiran
10sumïnsumïn
11sumïn padsumïn pad
12sumïn susumïn su
13sumïn naisumïn nay
14sumïn naisumïn nay
15nïmïnnïmïn
16nïmïn padnïmïn pad
17nïmïn sunïmïn su
18nïmïn nainïmïn nay
19nïmïn rannïmïn ran
20tórtór
25tór mïntór mïn
30naismïnnaysmïn-smïn suffix for values of ten
40ransmïnransmïn
50mïnsmïnmïnsmïn
60mipatsmïnmipatsmïn
70mïtsusmïnmïtsusmïn
80mïnzaismïnmïnzaysmïn
90miransmïnmiransmïn
100dafdaf-daf suffix for values of 100
1,000sudosudo-sto suffix for values of 1000
10,000sumïnstosumïnsto
1,000,000mïionmïyon
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