ow (Numbers)

ow-min (Definite Numbers)
ow-kmin (Indefinite Numbers)
ow-Emi (Frequency)

ow-min (Definite Numbers)

The numeric system is in base six. Formation of large numbers is done by placement, as is done with notating numbers in the decimal system.

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owk0
owla1
owle2
owlo3
owlu4
owli5
owlak6
owlala7
owlale8
owlalo9
owlalu10
owlali11
owlek12
owlakk36
owlelulu100
owlakkk216
owlulolulu1000
owlololelolololulu1000000

ow-kmin (Indefinite Numbers)

These words represent vague quantities used when specifics are unimportant. Other than qunatk and kqunatk the other quantities are comparitive to some expected or known number.

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qunatksomekqunatkmany
qunotowfewqunatowlot
qunetownormal amountequnetowabnormal amount

ow-Emi (Frequency)

ow-Emi refers to numbers used to indicate frequencies that something occurs.

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owmancommon
owmenfrequent
owmuninfrequent
owmonrare
owminalwayskowminnever
owmlaonce
owmletwice
owmlothree times