THE ORTHOGRAPHY OF C'ERÖD
C'eröd is the universal language of Tam'nýer—a', The knowledge and understanding of C'ërod was gifted to every sentient being by the God of Language: Sùrelï.
Below you can learn what each consonant and vowel is, as well as the numbering system.
Numbers, as in any civilization, are very important. Not only for mathematics and calculations to understand the world around us (sciences), but for Tam'nýer-a' numbers are also attached to the days of the week and to the denizens that believe in numerology; a belief that pertains to the balances of good, evil and the Gods.
Below you can learn not only the numbers, but their symbols. We will also show the aforementioned correlations.
As you can see, Tam'nýer-a''s numbers function similarly to the Roman numeral system, so it's not that difficult.
Only the numbers 1 thru 10 have a name, and are as listed above.
To make the numbers represent days, merely take a number of 1 to 9 and add a 'sk to the end of it. For example:
Zjn'sk | Tăs'sk | C’ü’sk | Kén’ž’sk | Mó’sk | Şa'n’sk | Tzî'sk | Ue's̩'sk | Koë'sk
It is only 1 to 9 because there are only nine days in a Tam'nýer-a''n week.
As for the symbols denoting the numbers, the numbers 1-9 will always be the same, as the 10 symbol changes minorly to denote the increments of ten as you go up to 100, as depicted below: