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Counting in Mandalorian

Enter a number and get it written in full in Mandalorian.

Language overview

Mandalorian (Mando’a, Mando’a) is a fictional language that belongs to the Star Wars universe. It is spoken by the Mandalorians from the planet Mand’alor. While the typeface has been designed by Philip Metschan, the language itself and its grammar has been developed by the author Karen Traviss.

Due to lack of data, this program can only count accurately up to 9,999 in Mandalorian. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Mandalorian numbers list

  • 1 – solus (solus)
  • 2 – t’ad (t’ad)
  • 3 – ehn (ehn)
  • 4 – cuir (cuir)
  • 5 – rayshe’a (rayshe’a)
  • 6 – resol (resol)
  • 7 – e’tad (e’tad)
  • 8 – sh’ehn (sh’ehn)
  • 9 – she’cu (she’cu)
  • 10 – ta’raysh (ta’raysh)
  • 11 – ta’raysh solus (ta’raysh solus)
  • 12 – ta’raysh t’ad (ta’raysh t’ad)
  • 13 – ta’raysh ehn (ta’raysh ehn)
  • 14 – ta’raysh cuir (ta’raysh cuir)
  • 15 – ta’raysh rayshe’a
    (ta’raysh rayshe’a)
  • 16 – ta’raysh resol (ta’raysh resol)
  • 17 – ta’raysh e’tad (ta’raysh e’tad)
  • 18 – ta’raysh sh’ehn
    (ta’raysh sh’ehn)
  • 19 – ta’raysh she’cu
    (ta’raysh she’cu)
  • 20 – ad’eta (ad’eta)
  • 30 – ehn’eta (ehn’eta)
  • 40 – cur’eta (cur’eta)
  • 50 – she’eta (she’eta)
  • 60 – rol’eta (rol’eta)
  • 70 – tad’eta (tad’eta)
  • 80 – shehn’eta (shehn’eta)
  • 90 – shek’eta (shek’eta)
  • 100 – olan (olan)
  • 1,000 – ta’raysh’olan (ta’raysh’olan)

Mandalorian numerals

0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9

Mandalorian numbering rules

  • Digits from one to nine are specific words: solus (solus) [1], t’ad (t’ad) [2], ehn (ehn) [3], cuir (cuir) [4], rayshe’a (rayshe’a) [5], resol (resol) [6], e’tad (e’tad) [7], sh’ehn (sh’ehn) [8], and she’cu (she’cu) [9].
  • The tens are formed by suffixing the multiplier digit root with the root of the word for ten (eta, eta, from ta’raysh, ta’raysh) linked with an apostrophe, with the exception of ten itself: ta’raysh (ta’raysh) [10], ad’eta (ad’eta) [20], ehn’eta (ehn’eta) [30], cur’eta (cur’eta) [40], she’eta (she’eta) [50], rol’eta (rol’eta) [60], tad’eta (tad’eta) [70], shehn’eta (shehn’eta) [80], and shek’eta (shek’eta) [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed by saying the ten, then the digit separated with a space (e.g.: ta’raysh solus (ta’raysh solus) [11], tad’eta resol (tad’eta resol) [76]).
  • Hundreds are formed by setting the multiplier unit root before the word for hundred (olan, olan), linked with an apostrophe, with the exception of one hundred itself: olan (olan) [100], ad’olan (ad’olan) [200], ehn’olan (ehn’olan) [300], cur’olan (cur’olan) [400], raysh’olan (raysh’olan) [500], sol’an (sol’an) [600], tad’olan (tad’olan) [700], shehn’olan (shehn’olan) [800], and shek’olan (shek’olan) [900].
  • Thousands are formed by setting the multiplier ten before the word for hundred (olan, olan), linked with an apostrophe (thousands are thus tens of hundred): ta’raysh’olan (ta’raysh’olan) [1,000] (10*100), ad’eta’olan (ad’eta’olan) [2,000] (20*100), ehn’eta’olan (ehn’eta’olan) [3,000] (30*100), cur’eta’olan (cur’eta’olan) [4,000] (40*100), she’eta’olan (she’eta’olan) [5,000] (50*100)…

Books

Dark LensDark Lens
by , editors Xavier Barral (2011)
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Galactic Phrase Book and Travel GuideGalactic Phrase Book and Travel Guide
by , editors Del Rey (2001)
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A Guide to the Star Wars UniverseA Guide to the Star Wars Universe
by , editors LucasBooks (2000)
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Dark LensDark Lens
by , editors Xavier Barral (2011)
[Amazon.com Amazon.com]

Sources

Star Wars languages

Bocce, Ewokese, Gunganese, Huttese, Jawaese, Mandalorian, Neimoidian, and Shyriiwook.

Other supported languages

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