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Counting in Shiväisith

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Language overview

Forty-two in Shiväisith The Shiväisith language is a fictional language developed by the linguist David J. Peterson for the Thor: The Dark World movie and the Marvel franchise. Spoken by the Dark Elves or Svartálfar, it is written in a system of runes called Todjydheenil inspired by the Nordic runes, while the language itself was inspired by the Finno-Ugric languages.

Shiväisith numbers list

  • 1 – heth
  • 2 – kör
  • 3 – mitta
  • 4 – kitta
  • 5 – pesh
  • 6 – täni
  • 7 – gah
  • 8 – dulin
  • 9 – djyyr
  • 10 – jav
  • 11 – javeth
  • 12 – jav kör
  • 13 – jav mitta
  • 14 – jav kitta
  • 15 – jav pesh
  • 16 – jav täni
  • 17 – jav gah
  • 18 – jav dulin
  • 19 – jav djyyr
  • 20 – körjev
  • 30 – mitjev
  • 40 – kitjev
  • 50 – peshev
  • 60 – tänjev
  • 70 – gakjev
  • 80 – duljev
  • 90 – djyyrjev
  • 100 – vysh
  • 1,000 – teem

Shiväisith numerals

The Shiväisith language uses a system of runes called Todjydheenil for its written form. It is the plural of the word for rune in Shiväisith: todjydheen. The numerals in those runes are based on clustered tally marks, a unary numeral system where units are grouped by five. For instancce, the digit five is represented by four sticks crossed by a fifth.

0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
100
100
1000
1,000
10000
10,000
100000
105

Shiväisith numbering rules

  • Digits from zero to nine are: tifidhoh [0] (which means nothing), heth [1], kör [2], mitta [3], kitta [4], pesh [5], täni [6], gah [7], dulin [8], and djyyr [9].
  • The tens are formed by prefixing the word for ten (jev) by the multiplying digit, except for ten itself: jav [10], körjev [20], mitjev [30], kitjev [40], peshev [50], tänjev [60], gakjev [70], duljev [80], and djyyrjev [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed by stating the ten then the unit separated with a space, with the exception of eleven (e.g.: javeth [11], körjev heth [21], tänjev mitta [63]).
  • The word for hundred is vysh [100], and the word for thousand is teem [1,000].
  • One hundred thousand is irregular: teemidheen [100,000].

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