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This appendix gives a list of the Kihā́mmic for numbers.

## Cardinal

Cardinal numbers are used to denote quantity, they are counting numbers. Cardinals are treated as nouns and decline as such.

N.B.:

• After articles the noun is in the nominative case.
• After zero the genitive plural is used.
• The genitive singular is used between one and nine.
• From ten onwards the genitive plural is used again.

E.g.:

• án knát (a nation)
• anám knatám (some nations)
• ikhá knatámī (zero nations)
• zún knátī (one nation)
• nóv knátī (nine nations)
• ezá knatámī (ten nations)
• khû́l knatámī (a/one hundred nations)
 number Kihā́mmic 0 ikhá 1 zún 2 dočá 3 tṓk 4 kûrá 5 préik 6 šôná 7 zén 8 okdá 9 nóv 10 ezá 11 ezazún 12 ezadočá 18 ezokdá 20 dočezá 21 dočezazún 22 dočezadočá 30 tōkezá 40 kûrezá 50 preikezá 60 šônezá 70 zenezá 80 okdezá 90 novezá 100 khû́l 101 khûlzún 110 khûlezá 111 khûlezazún 200 dočákhû́l 300 tṓkhûl 400 kûrákhûl 500 préikhûl 600 šônákhûl 700 zénkhûl 800 okdákhûl 900 nóvkhûl 1,000 talá 1,001 talazún 1,010 talezá 1,011 talezazún 1,100 talákhûl 1,101 talakhûlzún 1,110 talakhûlezá 1,111 talakhûlezazún 2,000 dočatalá 3,000 tōktalá 10,000 ezatalá 20,000 dočezatalá 30,000 tōkezatalá 100,000 khûltalá 1,000,000 niklón 1,000,000,000 sátron 1,000,000,000,000 yitā́rən ∞ čégkhat

## Ordinal

Ordinal numbers expresses the relative position of an item in an ordered sequence. They are used adjectives and decline accordingly. All are type III adjectives with the exception of hundredth, which is type I.

In Kihā́mmic Latin ordinals are abbreviated by following the number with the case ending in super-script, however the pluralisation infix is ignored:

• Nominative singular: Lố 1ô yégan (The first king)
• Nominative plural: Lámô 1ô yeganám (The first kings)
• Accusative singular: Lôá 1ôá yeganá
• Genitive singular: Lī́ 1ī yéganī
• Ablative singular: Lá 1á yeganá
• Allative singular: Lố 1ô yéganô
• Instrumental singular: Lû́ 1û yéganû
• Prepositional singular: Lé 1e yégane
• Terminative singular: Lə́ 1ə yéganə
• Comparative singular: Lák 1ak yéganak
 number Kihā́mmic 1st zúnamô 2nd dočámô 3rd tṓkamô 4th kûrámô 5th préikamô 6th šônámô 7th zénamô 8th okdámô 9th nóvamô 10th ezámô 11th ezazúnamô 12th ezadočámô 20th dočezámô 100th khû́lnômô 1,000th talámô 10,000th ezatalámô 100,000th khûltalámô 1,000,000th niklónamô 1,000,000,000th sátronamô 1,000,000,000,000th yitā́rənamô nth čégkhamô

Adverbial numbers are used to show the repetition of a certain event or to expresses a countable number of times. Since they are (type III) adverbs they do not decline.

 number Kihā́mmic never ikhā́ once zúnā twice dočā́ thrice tṓkā four times kûrā́ five times préikā six times šôná ōkûlám infinitely čégkhā

## Multiplier

A multiplier number indicates the number of times something is to be multiplied. As with ordinal numbers, multiplier numbers are used adjectives and decline accordingly. They are all type II adjectives

 number Kihā́mmic single zúnôvan double dočákôvan treble tṓkôvan quadruple kûrákôvan quintuple préikôvan sextuple šônákôvan septuple zénôvan

## Distributive

A distributive number is an adverb that answers "how many times each?" or "how many at a time?".

 number Kihā́mmic singly zúnôvā doubly dočákôvā "trebly" tṓkôvā "quadruply" kûrákôvā "quintuply" préikôvā "sextuply" šônákôvā "septuply" zénôvā

## Fractional

Fractional numbers (such as a third, a quarter and a fifth) are formed simply by preceding the numerator as a cardinal number followed by the denominator as an ordinal number in the plural. For example "two fifths" translates as "dočá preikámamô". The only exception to this rule is "half" which is "gû́l" (or the more literary "gát").