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PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2016 2:39 pm 
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Rūā is the D'ni word for route.



Nāgafa is the D'ni word for eleven.


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Rūāk is the D'ni word for destroy. Rūāktav is the word for destruction.



Nāgabrē is the D'ni word for twelve.



An extra because I just realized it was missing:

Rūn is the D'ni word for zero.


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Roshē is the D'ni word for crater.



Nāgasen is the D'ni word for thirteen.


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Sel is one of two words in D'ni that translate as write. The other is gel.

Gel is used for ordinary writing, such as correspondence or books meant to be read. Sel refers specifically to the formalized form of writing used to create a descriptive or linking book.



Nāgator is the D'ni word for fourteen.


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Senaren is the D'ni word for building or structure.



Hēbor is the D'ni word for fifteen.


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Sifā is the D'ni word for wired.



Hēgafa is the D'ni word for sixteen. It means "fifteen and one".


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Soma is the D'ni word for signet or seal. This is the noun; lasa is the verb, to seal, and lesa is the past participle, sealed.



Hēgabrē is the D'ni word for seventeen.


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Shētem is the D'ni word for message. Shētemsūtan means messenger, and is a contraction of shētem and lāsū, which means to carry.



Hēgasen is the D'ni word for eighteen.


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Shūth is the D'ni word for death. Manshū is the verb, to die.



Hēgator is the D'ni word for nineteen.


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Shutējū is the D'ni word for halite, which is better known as rock salt.



Rish is the D'ni word for twenty.


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Tam is the D'ni word for fire.



Rigafa is the D'ni word for twenty-one.


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Ter is the D'ni word for tree.



Rigabrē is the D'ni word for twenty-two.


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Tiwa is the D'ni word for shaft (in the mining sense).



Rigasen is the D'ni word for twenty-three.


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Todelmer is the D'ni word for observatory.



Rigator is the D'ni word for twenty-four.


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Togo is the D'ni word for floor.



Fasē is the D'ni word for twenty-five. It roughly translates as "one {times} twenty-five". Brēsē (two {times} twenty-five) is the word for fifty.

The illustration shows the symbol used when 25 is written as a single digit. As part of a mathematical sequence, it is written this way.


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