> Numeral system collectors take note: Lindiga now has basic numbers. Since
> the language is still in the very earliest stages of development, they
> might change at any time, so here's the web page link for the latest
> version:
>
>

http://www.io.com/~hmiller/lang/Lindiga/numbers.html
>
> Unlike Tirelat, which is base 12, Lindiga does everything in decimal. I
> mean everything, even angles and time of day. The basic roots are:
>
> 0 nge.vi ["NEwi]
> 1 jai ["ja?i]
> 2 ko.tti ["kOt:i]
> 3 mitti ["mit:i]
> 4 siri ["Siri]
> 5 ngvo.ji ["NwOji]
> 6 issi ["?iS:i]
> 7 xaski ["xaski]
> 8 pa^si ["pa:Zi]
> 9 ukki ["uk:i]
> 10 kii ["ki?i]
> 100 fre^ngi ["fre:Ni]
> 10,000 t.l.u^s.i ["t`K`u:z`i]
>
> (As usual, imagine that the dots are under the preceding letter, and the
> circumflexes over the preceding letter.)
>
> Also, I've moved the basic Lindiga page into its own directory, since I'll
> probably be making more of these pages, and it's convenient to have them
> all in one place when I want to update them.
>

Well, I'll post the Zitwbata numerals here then.
1 ap
2 at
3 ak
4 as
5 an
6 am
7 ab
8 ad
9 ag
A(10) az
B(11) as^
C(12) az^
D(13) ar
E(14) al
F(15) aja
10(16) ac
12(18) acat
20(32) atac
22(34) atacat
100(256) acac
200(512) atacac
203(515) atacacak