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Numbers in Solresol

How to count in Solresol, a musical language invented by François Sudre in the 19th century to facilitate international communication.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 soldo
1 redodo
2 remimi
3 refafa
4 resolsol
5 relala
6 resisi
7 mimido
8 mimire
9 mimifa
10 mimisol
11 mimila
12 mimisi
13 midodo
14 mirere
15 mifafa
16 misolsol
17 milala
18 misisi
19 fafado
20 fafare
21 fafare redodo
22 fafare remimi
23 fafare refafa
24 fafare resolsol
25 fafare relala
26 fafare resisi
27 fafare mimido
28 fafare mimire
29 fafare mimifa
30 fafami
40 fafasol
50 fafala
60 fafasi
70 fafasi mimisol
80 fadodo
90 fadodo mimisol
100 farere
1,000 famimi
1 million fasolsol
1 billion falala
1 trillion fasisi

Note: the ordinal numbers are the same as the cardinal numbers.

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Links

Information about numbers and counting in Solresol
http://www.languagesandnumbers.com/how-to-count-in-solresol/en/solresol/

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