Since, Kamalian uses a base-25 system, any number

higher is marked with a combination of two or

more numerals. Take 26 and 32 for example, which, in

Kamalian, translate literally as "25+1"

and "25+7" respectively:

For numbers that 25 can go into multiple times, such

as 50 or 75, a superscript numeral which

identifies the number of times 25 is multiplied.

Additional numbers may be added to show numbers

not divisible by 25.

Numbers are pronounced in a way in which each syllable results in a piece of the number. For numbers higher than 25, the phoneme "pax" would begin the number and the number added to it would be the suffix. So 26 (25+1) would be "Paxŋup" "25.1". 27 (25+2) would be "Paxsat" "25.2" etc. For numbers which 25 can go into, the number 25 is multiplied by precedes the "Pax" infix. So a number such as 51 (2*25+1) would be "Satpaxŋup" "2.25.1".

If a number modifies a noun, such as in the English phrase, "3 dogs", then the number would be joined to the noun as an adjective. So "15 men" would be "Mupilut" "15.man". Notice that if the number implies that the nouns which it modifies come from the same group, the noun stays singular, but if the nouns are from different groups, they become plural. So "18 men from different families" would roughly translate to "Sasinux".