Counting in Kotava
Enter a number and get it written in full in Kotava.
Kotava (or language of each and everyone) is an international auxiliary language created in 1978 by the linguist Staren Fetcey. A priori language, with both artificial roots and a simplified derivation, Kotava has an absolutely regular grammar, with no exceptions and strictly phonetic. It is principally written in a simplified Latin alphabet of 24 letters/phonemes.
Kotava numbering rules
- Digits from zero to nine are rendered by specific roots suffixed like all cardinal numbers with oy: nedoy , tanoy , toloy , baroy , balemoy , aluboy , tevoy , peroy , anyustoy , and lerdoy .
- Tens are formed by adding the root of ten (san) after the root of the matching multiplier digit: tan-sanoy  (simplified into sanoy), tol-sanoy , bar-sanoy , balem-sanoy , alub-sanoy , tev-sanoy , per-sanoy , anyust-sanoy , and lerd-sanoy .
- Compound numbers from twenty-one to ninety-one are formed by adding the unit digit on the right, all the roots being linked with a hyphen (e.g.: tol-san-aluboy , tev-san-tevoy ).
- All the other numbers are formed on the same principle as the tens: hundreds (decemoy , tol-decemoy , bar-decemoy …), thousands (decitoy [1,000], tol-decitoy [2,000], bar-decitoy [3,000]…), tens of thousands (kunoy [10,000], tol-kunoy [20,000], bar-kunoy [30,000]…), hundreds of thousands (vuntoy [100,000], tol-vuntoy [200,000], bar-vuntoy [300,000]…), etc.
- Higher scale numbers group their digits by three: million (celemoy, 106), billion (felemoy, 109), trillion (tungoy, 1012), quadrillion (pungoy, 1015), quintillion (eungoy, 1018), sextillion (zungoy, 1021), septillion (yungoy, 1024).
- Compound numbers are formed by starting with the higher scale numbers and ending with the smaller scale one, suffixed by oy (e.g.: balem-decem-alub-san-anyustoy , tev-kun-per-decem-per-san-lerdoy [60,779]).
- Kotava grammar: the determiners (pdf, in French)
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