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Doesn't German allow 'einundhalb' as well as
'eineinhalb'?

 --- Carsten Becker <[log in to unmask]>
skrev:
> On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 18:32:25 +0300, Dan Sulani
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> >    Are there natlangs where there _are_ simple
> terms for things like
> >"one and a half"? How about anyone's conlang(s)?
>
> Maybe someone mentioned it already, but German has
> "anderthalb" or
> "eineinhalb" -- OK, the latter is just the three
> words written as one and
> the second is a dialectical, though widespread
> variation. As for me, I'm
> using "anderthalb" [And6t."hAlp] all the time. My
> mum once told me that
> Allemanic as it is spoken in Lörrach and
> surroundings (at the end of the
> southwestern tip of Germany) has "fünfviertel"
> ?[fYm"f:i6tl=]. Our Swiss
> people might know that term as well.
>
> Carsten
>