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Counting in Wymysorys

Language overview

Forty-two in Wymysorys Wymysorys (Wymysiöeryś), aka Vilamovian or Wilamowicean, is a West Germanic language (hence an Indo-European language) spoken in the town of Wilamowice, Poland. It only counts about twenty speakers.

Due to lack of data, we can only count accurately up to 1,000 in Wymysorys. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Wymysorys numbers list

  • 1 – ȧs
  • 2 – cwa
  • 3 – drȧj
  • 4 – fiyr
  • 5 – fynf
  • 6 – zȧhs
  • 7 – zejwa
  • 8 – aht
  • 9 – noün
  • 10 – can
  • 11 – ȧlf
  • 12 – cwełf
  • 13 – dreca
  • 14 – fjyca
  • 15 – funfca
  • 16 – ȧncwencikca
  • 17 – zymfca
  • 18 – ahca
  • 19 – niöenca
  • 20 – cwencik
  • 30 – dresik
  • 40 – fjycik
  • 50 – funfcik
  • 60 – zȧhcik
  • 70 – zymfcik
  • 80 – ahcik
  • 90 – niöencik
  • 100 – hundyt
  • 1,000 – toüzyt
  • one million – milon

Wymysorys numbering rules

  • Digits from one to nine are rendered by specific names: ȧs [1], cwa [2], drȧj [3], fiyr [4], fynf (or fymf) [5], zȧhs [6], zejwa [7], aht [8], and noün [9].
  • Tens are formed starting with the multiplier digit root, suffixed with cik, except for ten: can [10], cwencik [20], dresik [30], fjycik [40], funfcik (or fumfcik) [50], zȧhcik [60], zymfcik [70], ahcik [80], and niöencik [90].
  • Numbers from eleven to nineteen are formed starting with the unit root, suffixed with ca, except for eleven, twelve and sixteen: ȧlf [11], cwełf [12], dreca [13], fjyca [14], funfca [15], ȧncwencikca [16], zymfca (or zynfca) [17], ahca [18], and niöenca [19].
  • Compound numbers above twenty are formed starting with the unit, then the conjunction ȧn (and), and the ten with no space (e.g.: fynfȧncwencik [25], zȧhsȧndresik [36]). When compound, ȧs [1] becomes ȧn (e.g.: ȧnȧnzymfcik [71]), cwa [2] becomes cwej (e.g.: cwejȧnzymfcik [72]), as one and two are inflected, and fiyr [4] becomes fjyr (e.g.: fjyrȧnzymfcik [74]).
  • Hundreds are formed directly prefixing the word for hundred (hundyt) by the multiplier digit with no space, except for one hundred: hundyt [100], cwehundyt [200], drȧjhundyt [300], fiyrhundyt [400], fynfhundyt [500], zȧhshundyt [600], zejwahundyt [700], ahthundyt [800], and noünhundyt [900].
  • The word for thousand is toüzyt and the word for million, milon.

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