## Portuguese

Portuguese has separate words for every number up to dozen three, and we can keep all of them up to a dozen.

0: zero

1: um

2: dois

3: três

4: quatro

5: cinco

10: seis

11: sete

12: oito

13: nove

14: dez

15: onze

20: doze

we can handle numbers after that the same way Portuguese handles most numbers that aren't divisible by ten, using the word "e" for addition (and using the Portuguese word for dozen for numbers up to thirsy).

21: dúzia e um

22: dúzia e dois

23: dúzia e três

24: dúzia e quatro

25: dúzia e cinco

also like in Spanish, multiples of ten usually end with -enta in Portuguese. the -ensa solution works here too.

30: trinsa

40: quarensa

50: cinquensa

the Portuguese word for ten tens is "cem", and multiples of cem are formed with variants of the -centos suffix. the seximal equivalent of this is to turn "nif" (loaned as "nife") into a -nifes suffix.

100: nife

110: nife e seis

200: dunifes

300: trenifes

400: quatronifes

500: quinnifes

1000: seis nife

1100: seis nife e nife

1200: seis nife e dunifes

finally, the -exian series can be loaned directly.

1 0000: unexião

1 0000 0000: biexião