Bae Number System

Cardinal numbers:

The Bae count by sixes, due to the fact that they have six fingers on each hand.

na
one
mis
two
la
three
wor
four
mjel
five
θess
six

This is where the number systems repeats.

θessna
seven (six (θess) [+] one (na) = seven)
θessmis
eight (six (θess) [+] two (mis) = eight)
θessla
nine
θesswor
ten
θessmjel
eleven

Again, the system starts over again. This time the preceding “mis-” indicates that “θess” is doubled by two. The final suffix indicates what number is additionally added to this (ex. mis (two) [x] θess (six) [+] na (one) = thirteen). This system continues in the same fashion indefinitely.

misθess
twelve (two [x] six)
misθessna
thirteen (two [x] six [+] one)
misθessmis
fourteen
misθessla
fifteen
misθesswor
sixteen
misθessmjel
seventeen
laθess
eighteen (three [x] six)
laθessna
nineteen (three [x] six [+] one)
laθessmis
twenty
laθessla
twenty-one
laθesswor
twenty-two
laθessmjel
twenty-three
worθess
twenty-four (four [x] six)
worθessna
twenty-five
worθesswis
twenty-six
worθessla
twenty-seven
worθesswor
twenty-eight
worθessmjel
twenty-nine
mjelθess
thirty (five [x] six)
mjelθessna
thirty-one
mjelθessmis
thirty-two
mjelθessla
thirty-three
mjelθesswor
thirty-four (five [x] six [+] four)
mjelθessmjel
thirty-five
θessθess
thirty-six (six [x] six)

θessnaθess
forty-two (seven [x] six)
θessmisθess
forty-eight (eight [x] six)
θesslaθess
fifty-four (nine [x] six)
θessworθess
sixty (ten [x] six)
θessmjelθess
sixty-six (eleven [x] six)
misθessθess
seventy-two (twelve [x] six)
misθessnaθess
seventy-eight (thirteen [x] six)
θessworθess
eighty-four (fourteen [x] six)
misθesslaθess
ninety (fifteen [x] six)
misθessworθess
ninety-six (sixteen [x] six)
misθessmjelθess
one hundred two (seventeen [x] six)
θessmisθessmis
fifty
θessnaθessla
seventy-five
misθessworθesswor
one hundred (2 x 6 + 4 (16) x 6 (96) + 4 (100))
θesswor misθesseworθesswor
one thousand (10 x 100)
mislekiir misθessworθesswor
200

“mislekiir” means literally “two of itself”, referring here to the number 100, therefore, 200. This is used often as a way of expressing “two times” some number. “mislekiir θesswor misθessworθesswor” is 2000.