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Counting in Trigedasleng

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Language overview

Forty-two in Trigedasleng The Trigedasleng language is a fictional language developed by the linguist David J. Peterson for the American TV series The 100 which premiered on The CW in March 2014. It is based on Kass Morgan eponymous series of novels, in which 100 teens are sent back on Earth to colonize it 97 years after a nuclear war. The survivors of that war, called the Grounders, speak Trigedasleng, a descendant of Modern American English.

Trigedasleng numbers list

  • 1 – won
  • 2 – tu
  • 3 – thri
  • 4 – fou
  • 5 – fai
  • 6 – sis
  • 7 – sen
  • 8 – eit
  • 9 – nain
  • 10 – ten
  • 11 – len
  • 12 – twel
  • 13 – thotin
  • 14 – fotin
  • 15 – fitin
  • 16 – sistin
  • 17 – sentin
  • 18 – eitin
  • 19 – naitin
  • 20 – tweni
  • 30 – thodi
  • 40 – fodi
  • 50 – fidi
  • 60 – sisti
  • 70 – sendi
  • 80 – eidi
  • 90 – naidi
  • 100 – won honet
  • 1,000 – won thauz
  • one million – won miyon
  • one billion – won biyon

Trigedasleng numbering rules

  • Digits from one to nine are: won [1], tu [2], thri [3], fou [4], fai [5], sis [6], sen [7], eit [8], and nain [9].
  • Numbers from eleven to nineteen are: len [11], twel [12], thotin [13], fotin [14], fitin [15], sistin [16], sentin [17], eitin [18], and naitin [19].
  • As the other numbers, the tens are derived from the English tens: ten [10], tweni [20], thodi [30], fodi [40], fidi [50], sisti [60], sendi [70], eidi [80], and naidi [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed like in English by stating the ten, then the unit, but separated with a space (e.g.: tweni won [21], thodi fai [35]).
  • The word for hundred is honet (won honet is one hundred). Compound hundreds are formed by stating the hundred, the coordination en (from and), then either the ten and the unit, or directly the unit (e.g.: sen honet en thri [703], eit honet en sisti sen [867]).
  • The scale numbers honet (hundred, 102), thauz (thousand, 103), miyon (million, 106) and biyon (billion, 109) are always singular. A comma may or may not be used to separate the thousands and the hundreds, the millions and the thousands (e.g.: tu thauz, fai honet en tweni won [2,521], tu miyon, thri honet en fodi fai thauz, sen honet [2,345,700]).

Books

The 100The 100
by , editors Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2014)
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Los 100Los 100
by , editors Alfaguara (2014)
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Les 100Les 100
by , editors R Jeunes Adultes (2014)
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The 100: Os EscolhidosThe 100: Os Escolhidos
by , editors Galera Record (2014)
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Atlantean, Atrian, Barsoomian, D’ni, Giak, Hylian, Itláni, Kēlen, Kiitra, Láadan, Na’vi, Shiväisith, Trigedasleng, and Wardwesân.

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