# Words

### Gus Polly

 0 zero 10 twelve 20 twentel 1 one 11 twelve-one 30 thirtel 2 two 12 twelve-two 40 fortel 3 three 13 twelve-three 50 fiftel 4 four 14 twelve-four 60 sixtel 5 five 15 twelve-five 70 seventel 6 six 16 twelve-six 80 eighttel 7 seven 17 twelve-seven 90 ninetel 8 eight 18 twelve-eight T0 tentel 9 nine 19 twelve-nine E0 eleventel T ten 1T twelve-ten 100 one gross E eleven 1E twelve-eleven 200 two gross 1 000 one great 2 000 two great 10 000 twelve great 100 000 one gross great 1 000 000 one second great 1 000 000 000 one third great
 10^(3n) one (n)th great Other than replacing the -ty (from ten) with the -tel (from twELve) suffix, this system uses the words that are already there. Also, when approaching large numbers, we no longer have to worry about what prefix goes before the -illion, we just need to know how many sets of three digits there are, and know that it's that many greats.

### Ordinal forms

 1 first 2 second 3 third 4 fourth 5 fifth 6 sixth 7 seventh 8 eighth 9 ninth T tenth E eleventh 10 twelfth 10 twelfth 20 twentelth 30 thirtelth 40 fortelth 50 fiftelth 60 sixtelth 70 seventelth 80 eightelth 90 ninetelth T0 tentelth E0 eleventelth 100 grossth

For convenience here, T stands for ten and E for eleven).