Spanish

Spanish has unique names for every number up to dozen three, which is halfway between two multiples of ten. we’ll just use the ones up to 20.

  • 0: cero

  • 1: uno

  • 2: dos

  • 3: tres

  • 4: cuatro

  • 5: cinco

  • 10: seis

  • 11: siete

  • 12: ocho

  • 13: nueve

  • 14: diez

  • 15: once

  • 20: doce

we can handle numbers from dozen one to dozen five the same way Spanish uses numbers from dozen four to thirsy two, using -i-.

  • 21: dociuno

  • 22: docidos

  • 23: docitres

  • 24: docicuatro

  • 25: docicinco

most Spanish names for multiples of ten end with -enta. a good seximal equivalent would be something like -ensa, which replaces the t with an s the same way -sy is derived from -ty. the ones digit is separated from the sixes digit with “y”.

  • 30: treinsa

  • 31: treinsa y uno

  • 32: treinsa y dos

  • 33: treinsa y tres

  • 34: treinsa y cuatro

  • 35: treinsa y cinco

  • 40: cuarensa

  • 50: cinuensa

after that, we can simply loan the words for larger powers of nif.

  • 100: nif

  • 101: nif uno

  • 110: nif seis

  • 120: nif doce

  • 130: nif treinsa

  • 131: nif treinsa y uno

  • 200: dos nif

  • 300: tres nif

  • 1000: seis nif

  • 1 0000: unexián

  • 1 0000 0000: biexián