Number system

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Revision as of 01:40, 8 November 2011

This page will show how the Dothraki number system works. As of yet we only have the names for the first ten numbers. These suggest that the Dothraki use a base ten number system. Higher order numbers are formed by fusing the unit number with the tens number etc. so the number eleven is formed by fusing the word for one, at, with the word for ten, thi, forming the word for eleven, atthi. Phonologically this is pronounced [aθ.θi] rather than [at.θi].

A large number like 2431 is written as "two thousand and four hundred and thirty and one" which in Dothraki is akat dalen ma torken ma chisen m'at.

Number Names

1 at
2 akat
3 sen
4 tor
5 mek
6 zhinda
7 fekh
8 ori
9 qazat
10 thi
11 atthi
12 akatthi
13 senthi
14 torthi
15 mekthi
16 zhindathi
17 fekhthi
18 oritthi
19 qazatthi
20 chakat
30 chisen
40 chitor
50 chimek
60 chizhinda
70 chifekh
80 chori
90 chiqazat
100 ken
200 akatken
300 senken
400 torken
500 mekken
600 zhindaken
700 fekhken
800 oriken
900 qazatken
1000 dalen
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