This appendix features a number of Nāmaς' numerals, as well as their grammatical functions and inflection. The language is generally rather inflected, thus including the numerals. In fact, Nāmaς congruates a higher number of numbers, than it's older predecessors; Latin, Ancient Greek and Sanskrit.


Nāmaς possesses a couple of naturally occurring and inflected types of numbers. Other than that, numerals may be borrowed from other languages.


These numbers describe a quantity of the object, as well as serving as the independent, nominal form of the numerals. All numbers decline like normal adjectives, as the neuter gender. Numbers 1 - 5, however, decline according to all genders.

  • M for the Masculine gender
  • F for the Feminine gender
  • N for the Neuter gender

In Naṃkrthāvāka linguistics, the numbers are often distinguished; between the Main numbers, which are simpler, non-compositions...

...And the secondary numbers, which essentially are larger compounds, with suffixes to modify the usage.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Masculine ēka dva trıa kātu pānȷa saptā ākta nāva dāsa
Feminine ēna trī katī panȷī sān saptī aktī nēa dāȷa
Neuter dıa traı kātıa pānȷa saı sāptaı āktaı nēva dāȷa
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
ēdasa dvādasa trayādasa kāttasa panȷādasa sāıdasa saptādasa aktādasa nevādasa vınsāh
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
ēvınsa dvāvımṣa trayāvımṣa katvāvımṣa panȷāvımṣa sayāvımṣa saptāvımṣa aktāvımṣa nevāvımṣa trīmṣa
40 50 60 70 80 90 100 101 110 111
katvīmṣa panȷāṣa sāṃς saptāṣa astīṣa navāṣa satāṃ eı satāṃ dāȷa satāṃ ēdasa satāṃ
1000 1100 1110 1111 10,000 100,000 106 109 0
sāṃhaς satāṃ sāṃhaς dāȷa satāṃ sāṃhaς ēdasa satāṃ sāṃhaς āıṭha lēkṣa prahāıṭha mahārpoda nēγa

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