*ow (Numbers)*

*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.*

ratorg-A | Gloss |
---|---|

owk | 0 |

owla | 1 |

owle | 2 |

owlo | 3 |

owlu | 4 |

owli | 5 |

owlak | 6 |

owlala | 7 |

owlale | 8 |

owlalo | 9 |

owlalu | 10 |

owlali | 11 |

owlek | 12 |

owlakk | 36 |

owlelulu | 100 |

owlakkk | 216 |

owlulolulu | 1000 |

owlololelolololulu | 1000000 |

*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.*

ratorg-A | Gloss | ratorg-A | Gloss |
---|---|---|---|

qunatk | some | kqunatk | many |

qunotow | few | qunatow | lot |

qunetow | normal amount | equnetow | abnormal amount |

*ow-Emi (Frequency)*

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

ratorg-A | Gloss | ratorg-A | Gloss |
---|---|---|---|

owman | common | ||

owmen | frequent | ||

owmun | infrequent | ||

owmon | rare | ||

owmin | always | kowmin | never |

owmla | once | ||

owmle | twice | ||

owmlo | three times |