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Counting in Aczu Śavnecze

Language overview

Forty-two in Aczu Śavnecze Aczu Śavnecze (the Song of Ether) is an artistic language designed by the French conlanger Zeidra Senester, author of the saga Between the Worlds. It is an extinct non-human language, only spoken by Eletheńq “Apocalypse” Nıkćachıśulı, a prisoner of the Giraglia prison complex in the Perfume-Potter multiverse, a set of fanfictions based on the Harry Potter universe. The Aczu Śavnecze language has its own writing system, named Aśan Futharkıs, based on the Old Futhark runes, the oldest form of runic alphabet.

Due to lack of data, we can only count accurately up to 6,999 in Aczu Śavnecze. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Aczu Śavnecze numbers list

  • 1 – źı
  • 2 – de
  • 3 – qań
  • 4 – fat
  • 5 – mun
  • 6 – zıń
  • 7 – ańmqańpıs
  • 8 – ańmdepıs
  • 9 – ańmźıpıs
  • 10 – pıs
  • 11 – pıźı
  • 12 – pıde
  • 13 – pıqań
  • 14 – pıfat
  • 15 – pımun
  • 16 – pızıń
  • 17 – ańmqańdedıs
  • 18 – ańmdededıs
  • 19 – ańmźıdedıs
  • 20 – dedıs
  • 30 – qańqıs
  • 40 – fatfıs
  • 50 – munmıs
  • 60 – zıńzıs
  • 70 – ańmqańqıstas
  • 80 – ańmdedıstas
  • 90 – ańmpıstas
  • 100 – tas
  • 1,000 – śuc

Aczu Śavnecze numbering rules

Now that you’ve had a gist of the most useful numbers, let’s move to the writing rules for the tens, the compound numbers, and why not the hundreds, the thousands and beyond (if possible).

  • Digits from zero to six are rendered by specific words, namely ıczu [0], źı [1], de [2], qań [3], fat [4], mun [5], and zıń [6].
  • Digits seven, eight and nine are formed in a substractive way, starting with the preposition ańm (meaning before), then the word for three (respectively two and one), and the word for ten (pıs), with no space: ańmqańpıs [7] (litterally before three ten, or 10-3), ańmdepıs [8] (litterally before two ten, or 10-2), and ańmźıpıs [9] (litterally before one ten, or 10-1).
  • Tens from ten to sixty are formed starting with the multiplier unit, directly followed by the first letter of the multiplier unit, and the end of the word for ten (-ıs), except for ten itself: pıs [10], dedıs [20], qańqıs [30], fatfıs [40], munmıs [50], and zıńzıs [60].
  • Seventy, eighty and ninety are formed starting with the preposition ańm (meaning before), then the word for thirty (respectively twenty and ten), and the word for hundred (tas), with no space: ańmqańqıstas [70] (100-30), ańmdedıstas [80] (100-20), and ańmpıstas [90] (100-10).
  • When the ten is ten to sixty, and the unit one to six, compound numbers are formed starting with the ten without its last letter s, directly followed by the unit (e.g.: dedımun [25], zıńzızıń [66]).
  • When the ten is ten to sixty, and the unit is seven, eight or nine, compound numbers are formed in a substractive way, starting with the preposition ańm (before), then the word for three (respectively two or one), and the word for the following ten (e.g.: ańmqańqańqıs [27] (30-3), ańmdezıńzıs [58] (60-2)).
  • When the ten is seventy, eighty or ninety, compound numbers are formed starting with the ten, directly followed by the unit with no space (e.g.: ańmqańqıstasańmqańpıs [77] [(100-30)+(10-3)], ańmdedıstasde [82] (100-30+2)).
  • Hundreds from one hundred to six hundred are formed starting with the multiplier unit, directly followed by the word for hundred (tas), except for one hundred: tas [100], detas [200], qańtas [300], fattas [400], muntas [500], and zıńtas [600].
  • Seven hundred, eight hundred and nine hundred are formed starting with the preposition ańm (before), then the word for three hundred (respectively two hundred and one hundred), and a form of the word for thousand ((s)uc instead of śuc), with no space: ańmqańtasuc [700] (1,000-300), ańmdetasuc [800] (1,000-200), ańmźıtasuc [900] (1,000-100).
  • Thousands from one thousand to six thousand are formed starting with the multiplier unit, directly followed by the word for thousand with no acute accent (suc instead of śuc), except for one thousand: śuc [1,000], desuc [2,000], qańsuc [3,000], fatsuc [4,000], munsuc [5,000], and zıńsuc [6,000].

Write a number in full in Aczu Śavnecze

Let’s move now to the practice of the numbering rules in Aczu Śavnecze. Will you guess how to write a number in full? Enter a number and try to write it down in your head, or maybe on a piece of paper, before displaying the result.

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