Counting in Itláni
Itláni is one of the five languages spoken on the planet Itlán, alongside Semerian, Djiran, Djanari and Lastulani. It has been developed by James E. Hopkins in his poems book Eden’s day and most recently in his novel Circle of the Lantern. Itláni has its own alphabet, named ta Datáb, which was created by the Itlani poet, storyteller, scholar and spiritual reformer, Rozh-Shpiláv. It is presently used in two forms: the square form known as chendifér or “stone-writing” used for print media, and a cursive form called yenifér or “sand-writing” used for most calligraphic art and for everyday writing by hand.
Due to lack of data, we can only count accurately up to 10 in Itláni. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.
Itláni numbers list
- 1 – mú
- 2 – zár
- 3 – mín
- 4 – tó
- 5 – shím
- 6 – bról
- 7 – dán
- 8 – yal
- 9 – shá
- 10 – mák
Itláni numbering rules
- Digits from one to nine are specific words: mú , zár , mín , tó , shím , bról , dán , yal , and shá .
- The only documented ten is mák .
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Circle of the Lantern: An Annotated Translation of the Itláni Classic “Seyrán ta Tainaa”
by James E. Hopkins, editors AuthorHouse (2015)
by James E. Hopkins, editors AuthorHouse (2008)
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