# Ioala in a nutshell : Numbers, days of the week and months

#### In this post we will put numbers, days of the week and months of Ioala. They will lay the foundation for our future posts. The part about counting methods in the article may be a bit complicated, but please read it patiently.

#### Thank you very much.

### NUMBERS

Numbers | Ioala |
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1 | akne |

2 | dex |

3 | iirk |

4 | irata |

5 | cita |

6 | sex |

7 | sedennii |

8 | kadeskio |

9 | nio |

10 | def |

30 | iirk-siinan-def |

33 | iirk-def-siinan-iirk |

33.33 | iirk-def-siinan-iirk-git-iirk-iirk |

100 | pah |

300 | iirk-siinan-pah |

330 | iirk-pah-siinan-iirk-def |

333 | iirk-pah-iirk-def-siinan-iirk |

1,000 | kilo |

3,000 | iirk-siinan-kilo |

10,000 | panexa |

30,000 | iirk-ano-panexa |

100,000 | def-ura-cita |

1,000,000 | def-ura-sex |

10,000,000 | def-ura-sedennii |

100,000,000 | bilasoina |

1,000,000,000 | def-siina-bilasoina |

10,000,000,000 | pah-siina-bilasoina |

100,000,000,000 | kilo-siina-bilasoina |

1,000,000,000,000 | trilasoina |

10,000,000,000,000 | def-siina-trilasoina |

Let’s understand Ioala’s counting methods.

**For 1-10, 100, 1000, 10000(10 thousand), 100000000(100 million) and 1000000000000(1 trillion)**, they all have independent spelling methods. **For the numbers between 10 and 10000 except for the square of 10**, we use this kind of counting method: put “siinan” in the middle of the first digit of the countdown and the second digit of the countdown. The expression is “multiple-(10 squared)”, if the last digit is 0, no expression is required. If the last digit is a single digit, there is no need to add “akne” after it. For example, 333, its spelling is “iirk-pah(300)-iirk-def(30)-siinan(and)-iirk(3)”. Try to change your thinking. Let’s take 330 as an example. If you don’t understand, please treat the two components of 300 and 30 as a digit. For integer multiples of 10 and 100 like 30 and 300, the “siinan” here is multiplication. **For the part with a decimal point behind**, our expression is “the part before the decimal point-git (point)-number-number -…”. In other words, the number after the decimal point appears as a single digit, such as 33.33, and its spelling is “iirkdefsiinaniirkgitiirkiirk”. **For 10-1000 times 10000**, their spelling method is “def(ten)-ura(conjunction)-square number”. For example, 100000, because 10^5=100000, so the spelling method of 100000 is “defuracita”. **For 10-1000 times “bilasoina(100 million)”**, we multiply the multiple by “bilasoina”, that is, “multiple-siina(conjunction)-bilasoina”. For example, 1000000000(one billion), because 100000000*10=1000000000, so 1000000000 The spelling method for is “defsiinabilasoina”. **The use of “trilasoina” in multiples is the same as “bilasoina”**, so I won’t elaborate on it here. At this point some people will ask, **if the number I say is greater than 10000000000000000000 (a thousand trillion)** how to do? At this point we use the simplest method, using the power of 10 to represent the number, for example, 10000000000000000 (ten thousand trillion), because 10^16 = 10000000000000000, so the spelling of 10000000000000000 is “ defuradefsiinansex”.

### DAYS OF THE WEEK

English | Ioala |
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Sunday | Sandag |

Monday | Mitdag |

Tuesday | Tuaidag |

Wednesday | Keskviidag |

Thursday | Fiikodag |

Firday | Freedag |

Saturday | Distamidag |

### MONTHS

English | Ioala |
---|---|

January | Takismon |

February | Dexmon |

March | Marikmon |

April | Seritamon |

May | Kitamon |

June | Unimon |

July | Unenon |

August | Aguhimon |

September | Septebimon |

October | Luukamon |

November | Makaslimon |

December | Seetarismon |

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