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Cardinals

Sound values: q = English sh; y = English zh; all other as in IPA

LGX = Latin/Greco monosyllabic CVC and

  • unique in first consonant, unique in combination of 2 and 3 letter
  • first and third letter differ
  • third letter only voiceless for voiced/unvoiced pairs, and n for the pair mn, r for pair rl , i.e. the first from these seven groups: nm pb td kg fv sz rl - qy not used.
  • Third letter for numerals next to each other differs
  • including optional extension for hexadecimal and vigesimal, vowels in order a-o-e-i
base 2
(binary)
base 10
(decimal)
base 16
(hexadecimal)
LGX 12 LGX 3 Chemical elements Chem sym.
0 0 0 za r - -
1 1 1 mo n Hydrogen M
10 2 2 be t Helium B
11 3 3 ti r Lithium T
100 4 4 ka t Beryllium K
101 5 5 po r Boron P
110 6 6 qe s Carbon Q
111 7 7 si p Nitrogen S
1000 8 8 ya k Oxygen Y
1001 9 9 no f Fluorin N
1010 10 A de k Neon D
1011 11 B gi n Sodium G
1100 12 C va p Magnesium V
1101 13 D ro s Aluminium R
1110 14 E le p Silicon L
1111 15 F fi s Phosphorus F
10000 16 10 xa f Sulfur Mz
10001 17 11 co t Chlorine Mm
10010 18 12 je f Argon Mb
10011 19 13 wi k Potassium Mt
10100 20 14 ha n Calcium Mk


Ordinal

-ero
first   monero
second  benero
third   tirero
fourth  katero
fifth   ponero

?

-
primary
secondary
tertiary
quaternary
quinary

Multiplier

-upe
onefold   single monupe
twofold   double benupe
threefold triple tirupe


Distributive

-ari
unary    monari  
binary   benari
ternary  tirari


Fraction

-?
?        mon-  
half     ben-
third    tir-


Chem. elements

-um
Hydrogen  monum
Helium    benum
Lith­ium   tirum
Beryl­lium katum
Boron     ponum