# Numerals

The basic numbers sound almost the same in Panglobish as in English. However, greater numbers are arranged more logically in Panglobish.

Ones | Ten and over | 20 and over | 30 and over |
---|---|---|---|

0 zero | 10 (un) ten | 20 due ten | 30 tri ten |

1 un | 11 ten un | 21 due ten un | 31 tri ten un |

2 due | 12 ten due | 22 due ten due | 32 tri ten due |

3 tri | 13 ten tri | 23 due ten tri | 33 tri ten tri |

4 for | 14 ten for | 24 due ten for | 34 tri ten for |

5 faive | 15 ten faive | 25 due ten faive | 35 tri ten faive |

6 sixe | 16 ten sixe | 26 due ten sixe | 36 tri ten sixe |

7 seven | 17 ten seven | 27 due ten seven | 37 tri ten seven |

8 eite | 18 ten eite | 28 due ten eite | 38 tri ten eite |

9 nain | 19 ten nain | 29 due ten nain | 39 tri ten nain |

Ones | Tens | Hundreds | Thousands |
---|---|---|---|

0 zero | |||

1 un | 10 (un) ten | 100 un hunde | 1000 un tauzen |

2 due | 20 due ten | 200 due hunde | 2000 due tauzen |

3 tri | 30 tri ten | 300 tri hunde | 3000 tri tauzen |

4 for | 40 for ten | 400 for hunde | 4000 for tauzen |

5 faive | 50 faive ten | 500 faive hunde | 5000 faive tauzen |

6 sixe | 60 sixe ten | 600 sixe hunde | 6000 sixe tauzen |

7 seven | 70 seven ten | 700 seven hunde | 7000 seven tauzen |

8 eite | 80 eite ten | 800 eite hunde | 8000 eite tauzen |

9 nain | 90 nain ten | 900 nain hunde | 9000 nain tauzen |

Greater numbers follow the same logic.

10'000 un ten tauzen

100'000 un hunde tauzen

1'000'000 un milion

10'000'000 un ten milion

100'000'000 un hunde milion

1'000'000'000 un tauzen milion

Note: The words "billion" and "milliard" are not used in Panglobish
because their meanings are different from country to country.
Instead, one should say **tauzen milion** (thousand millions) or **giga**.

The prefixes of the International System of Units
(SI) are used in common language in Panglobish.
It is normal to say, for example:

**eite giga person is live in Dunia.**

– Eight billion (or *milliard*) people live on Earth.

Prefix | Symbol | Base 10 | Decimal |
---|---|---|---|

yota | Y | 10²⁴ | 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 |

zeta | Z | 10²¹ | 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 |

eksa | E | 10¹⁸ | 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 |

peta | P | 10¹⁵ | 1 000 000 000 000 000 |

tera | T | 10¹² | 1 000 000 000 000 |

giga | G | 10⁹ | 1 000 000 000 |

mega | M | 10⁶ | 1 000 000 |

kilo | k | 10³ | 1 000 |

hekto | h | 10² | 100 |

desa | da | 10¹ | 10 |

## Months

The names of the months are:

**Januari**– January**Februari**– February**Marte**– March**April**– April**Mai**– May**June**– June**Yuli**– July**Auguste**– August**Setembre**– September**Otobre**– October**Novembre**– November**Desembre**– December

In addition there is **Ramazan** (Ramadan), the holy ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

## Days of the week

In ancient Greece, the days of the week were named after the *Seven Luminaries*,
which consist of the Sun, Moon and the five planets that are visible to the naked eye.
Each of the luminaries was also represented by a deity.
This system spread to Rome, India, China and almost all across the world.

In English, the Roman deities were substituted by Germanic deities: Sunday = sun's day, Monday = moon's day, Tuesday = Tiw's day, Wednesday = Woden's day, Thursday = Thor's day, and Saturday = Saturn's day.

In Panglobish, the names of the days of the week follow the Roman system, whereas the English system involved Germanic deities.

Luminary | Day of the week |
---|---|

Sole |
soledi |

Sun | Sunday |

Lune |
lunedi |

moon | Monday (moon's day) |

Marte |
martedi |

Mars | Tuesday (Tiw's day) |

Merkur |
merkurdi |

Mercury | Wednesday (Woden's day) |

Jove |
jovedi |

Jupiter | Thursday (Thor's day) |

Venera |
venerdi |

Venus | Friday (Frige's day) |

Saturne |
saturdi |

Saturn | Saturday (Saturn's day) |

Alternatively there is also a number-based system of naming.

**wike dey un**– Monday (the 1st day of the week)**wike dey due**– Tuesday (the 2nd day of the week)**wike dey tri**– Wednesday (the 3rd day of the week)**wike dey for**– Thursday (the 4th day of the week)**wike dey faive**– Friday (the 5th day of the week)**wike dey sixe**– Saturday (the 6th day of the week)**wike dey seven**– Sunday (the 7th day of the week)

However, this is an unreliable system
because the first day of the week can be different in different countries.
In addition it is important to differentiate the days of the week
(**wike dey**)
and the days of the month
(**mes dey**).