The
numerals from 441 to 99 except the multiples of ten show this type
of relationship amongst their constituents. 
(iv)
The constituents may be connected by the particles no `and’ In such
a construction, each of the constituents may in turn enter into different
relationships mentioned in column (i) and (ii) above, as in : 
akh
`hundred’ no `and’
lakh¸ģ `onč akhénolakh¸ģ
`one hundred and one’ 
akhč
`hundred’ no `and’
cöFé `ten’ + lakh¸ģ `one’
akhčno cFé
lakhģ `one hundred and eleven. 
akhč
`hundred’ x kini `two’ no and cöFé
`ten’ + lakhģ `one’ akhčkinino cFé
lakhģ `two hundred and eleven. 
The
numerals from 101 to 9999 except the multiples of 100 upto 1000 show
this type of relationship amongst their constituents. The place of
the particle no `and’ however differs, for instance, 
(a)
In the case of numerals upto 999, it occurs after the place of
hundreds, as in : 
akhčnomuku 
`one
hundred and twenty’ 
akhčno
cFé
lakhģ 
`one
hundred and eleven’ etc. 


(b)
In the case of numerals beyond one thousand, the particle no `and’
occurs after the place of thousand provided 
(a)
The place of tens and units have zeros or 
(b)
The place of hundred has a zero, as in : 
khčthonhe
lakhģ no akhč lakhģ 
`one
thousand one hundred’ 
khčthonhe
lakhģ no lakhģ 
`one
thousand and one’ 
khčthonhe
lakhģnocFé 
`one
thousand and ten’ 


(c)
If the place of tens and units have any numeral, the particle no `and’
occurs after the place of hundreds, as in : 
khčtonhe
lakhģ akh č nocFé 
`one
thousand one hundred and ten’ 
khčtonhe
lakhģ akhč lakhģ 
`one
thousand one hundred and
eleven’ 
no cFé
khakhģ 


The
relationship of the various constituents forming a numeral in Sema
may be formalized as follows : 


{
B } 

(a) 
D
x B X (A) + D x (A) + P + 
{
C } 
+A 


{
B X A } 



(b)
D x B x A+P+Dx(A) 
The
limitation in the use of these formula are : 
(a)
P cannot occur without at least one item preceding and following
i.e., there must be atleast one item on both sides of P and 
(b)
While the items on either the left or the right side of P can occur
alone without the P, the use of P, however, is obligatory if the items
on both sides of P occur. 
(c)
In the formula D x B x (A), A can be deleted only if D and B occur
alone, but when in construction with P, it is obligatory to have D
X B X A. 
The
above would give rise to a total of 35 types of numeral constructions
which are stated below. 
(a) 
1 
A
alone1 
kini 
`two’ 

2 
B
alone 
cFé 
`ten’ 

3 
C
alone 
muku 
`twenty’ 

4 
D
alone 
akhč 
`hundred’ 

5 
B
X A 
lhobdģ 
`forty’ 

6 
B
+ A 
cFékini 
`twelve’ 

7 
C+A 
muku
kini 
`twentytwo’ 

8 
B
X A + A 
lhobdģ
kini 
`forty
two’ 

9 
D
X A 
akhč
kini 
`two
hundred’ 

10 
D
X B 
khčtonhe 
`thousand’s 

11 
D+B+A 
khčtonhe
kini 
`two
thousand’ 

12 
D+P+A 
akhčno
lakhģ 
`hundred
and one’ 

13 
D+P+B 
akhčno
cFé 
`hundred
and ten’ 

14 
D+P+C 
akhčno
muku 
`hundred
and twenty’s 

15 
DXP+BXA 
akhčno
ihobdģ 
`hundred
and forty’ 


1.
The value of A, B, C, D are as under : 
A
= any numeral from 1 to 9 
B
= ten ; 
C
= twenty or thirty; 
D
= hundred; 
P
= particle no `and’. 