## PART 3: NUMBERS:

The Vocatae numbers are (in the Western Decimal System):

1 = vear, di, cam
2 = ca, er
3 = san, tri
4 = sin
5 = vu
6 = ta, libi
7 = si
8 = vith
9 = nau
10 = daec
11 = daecam, daec cam, etc.
12 = daer, daec er
13 = daersan, daec san
14 = daersin, daec sin
15 = vudaer, daec vu
16 = daerta, daec ta/libi
17 = daersi, daec si
18 = daervith, daec vith
19 = daemau, daec nau
20 = vicaed
100 = cenum
1000 = mila
10,000 = quencul
100,000 = quidum
million = quana
billion = tro
trillion = cinum

As an example, lets see how to say 2,999,999 in Vocate. It is simply:

English: Two million, nine hundred ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety nine
Vocatae: Ca quana nau quidum nau daec nau nau cenum nau daec nau
[Literal: 2-million-9-hundred thousand-9-10-9-9-100-9-10-9]

Ca quana = 2 million
Nau quidum nau daec nau = 999,000
Nau cenum nau daec nau = 999

See? Easy, no? Naves?

Numbers (Esterite/undevigesimal System):

The New Worcester Kingdom has adopted a system based upon the number 19 (undevigesimal system). That is, there are 19 small numbers, instead of the inadequate Western system of 10. 10 is an insignificant number, based upon the number of ones fingers on both hands. Nineteen is the perfect system of mathematical unity. This system is expressed in Vocatae below:

1 = vear
2 = cai
3 = sani
4 = sini
5 = vui
6 = ta
7 = si
8 = vith
9 = nau
10 = daec
11 = rami
12 = vam
13 = amen
14 = voci
15 = queli
16 = ni
17 = tali 