The Ámérizkunxa Numbers

The grammatical numbers :

Ámérizkunxa distinguishes three numbers : zero [-l], singular (unmarked) and plural [-k]. Nouns are inflected for case and number, and adjectives/verbs agrees on gender and number (although zero verb will use the singular inflections). A zero-number noun must be preceded by the negation clitic al.
Example : ʒila « a bee » > al ʒilal « no bee » > ʒilak « bees ».

If a noun ending is to change upon inflection (either case or number), it's not up to the affix to change.
Example : amex « a dream » > al ameťul « no dream » > ameťk « dreams ».

Small note that ergative is marked [-(e)z] after the number.
Examples : Al ʒilalz eginup edʒilo pejuo « no bee makes free honey ».
   Hodelkez drramųrrek ilʒúhúk « Clouds kinda seem like mountains ».

The mathematical numbers :

Ámérizkunxa has a core vigesimal counting system (base-20), which means it has twenty distinct digits. However, it has a quaternary overlapping system with hexadecimal factors, which means multiples of 4 are distinguished from the usual count (for example, 8 is 2×4 and 16 is 4², so 32 is 2×4², and so on).
It leads to a quite complicated way to count, that is actually very efficient to parse.

0 albado 10 hama 20 ojkęu 40 byojkęu 200 hamajkęu
1 lej (ika) 11 amayka 21 ojkeuoyka 50 byojkeuohama 300 eunohamajkęu
2 bi 12 idulaur 24 seyťulaur 60 idyojkęu 400 bramajkęu
3 idu 13 tjeyęz 26 ojkeuosyex 70 idyojkeuohama 1000 zérúyhuná
4 laur 14 juetoręz 28 zeťemlaur 80 lajkęu 2000 zérúhamajkeuák
5 bǫhtz 15 iduloydu 30 ojkeuohama 90 lajkeuohama 3000 zéryéunohamajkeuák
6 syex 16 berraur 32 biberraur 100 ehun 4000 zérúbramajkeuák
7 zeťem 17 broyka 34 ojkeuojuetoręz 130 syerojkeuohama 10'000 hama zérúyhunák
8 bilaur 18 brobi 36 namlaur 144 namberraur 20'000 ojkęu zérúyhunák
9 nam 19 broydu 38 ojkeuobrobi 160 hamaberraur 44'444 amaykalaur zérúyhunák
o bihamajkeuamaykalaur

Due to overlapping counting systems, some numbers can be parsed two ways.
Example : 184 can be either eunolajkeuolaur (100 + 4×20 + 4) or amaykaberraurobilaur (11×4² + 2×4). The former is preferred, but the latter is to be used in certain situations like herd counting, similar to how we'd use "dozen" for eggs instead of "twelve".

Ámérizkunxa number parser

Enter a number between 0 and 999999 and press Parse :