Numbers in Interlingue / Occidental

How to count in Interlingue / Occidental is an international auxiliary language developed by Edgar von Wahl and first published in 1922.

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Numeral Cardinal Ordinal
0 null  
1 un unesim, prim
2 du duesim, secund
3 tri triesim
4 quar quaresim
5 quin quinesim
6 six sixesim
7 sett settesim
8 ott ottesim
9 nin ninesim
10 deci deciesim
11 deciun deciunesim
12 decidu deciduesim
13 decitri decitriesim
14 deciquar deciquaresim
15 deciquin deciquinesim
16 decisix decisixesim
17 decisett decisettesim
18 deciott deciottesim
19 decinin decininesim
20 duant duantesim
21 duantun duantunesim
22 duantdu duantduesim
23 duanttri duanttriesim
24 duantquar duantquaresim
25 duantquin duantquinesim
26 duantsix duantsixesim
27 duantsett duantsettesim
28 duantott duantottesim
29 duantnin duantninesim
30 triant triantesim
40 quarant quarantesim
50 quinant quinantesim
60 sixant sixantesim
70 settant settantesim
80 ottant ottantesim
90 ninant ninantesim
100 cent centesim
200 ducent ducentesim
300 tricent tricentesim
400 quarcent quarcentesim
500 quincent quincentesim
600 sixcent sixcentesim
700 settcent settcentesim
800 ottcent ottcentesim
900 nincent nincentesim
1,000 mill millesim
1,000,000 million millionesim
1,000,000,000 mill million mill millionesim


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