The Epigean Numbers

The grammatical numbers :

Epigean distinguishes two numbers : singular and plural. Nouns are inflected on case and number, and adjectives/verbs agrees on class and number.

The mathematical numbers :

Epigean has a decimal counting system. Every number under 100 is an adjective, that agrees on the noun class (but always with the singular affix), while 100, 1000 and 1M are nouns.

0 iťO 10 piit 20 adul 30 akit
1 pid 11 pidepiit 21 pidadul 40 asat
2 dy 12 dẏpiit 22 dẏadul 50 amon
3 ki 13 kipiit 23 kiadul 60 anat
4 sæt 14 satyrpiit 24 satadul 70 amyk
5 moun 15 monpiit 25 monadul 80 amat
6 nad 16 nadepiit 26 nadadul 90 amac
7 amku 17 amkypiit 27 amkɯ̇adul 100 pæpa pid
8 amd 18 amdepiit 28 amdadul 1000 souc pid
9 amgi 19 amgiipiit 29 amgiadul 1M milia pid

Numbers are read this way : 2345 =   ̇ ̇  –[1000 × 2 + 100 × 3 + (5+40)]– soc dy pæpi ki monasat.

100, 1000 and 1M are nouns of the first class, but their particular morphology and usage induces a very specific inflections set. Here it is :

Case Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Ergative (agent) papa (100) pꜳpa souc (1000) soc milia (1M) melia
Intransitive (subject) pæpa pæpi souc soc milia melia
Accusative (patient) apap apꜳp asouc æsouc amilia æmilia
Temporal (when) pȧpa pꜳ̇pa sou̇c sȯc mylia mėlia