A natural number is written out by simply listing the digits, starting from the largest value:
dal sun kem irn pif den kem tor kem al kek irn arac al irn
A negative number is preceded by the word nul. The hexadecimal point in fractional numbers is pronounced rone. A periodic hexadecimal is initiated by sanaro, which means "to repeat".
nul irn ni
sun kek rone den
pif kem rone kem sanaro ram
The word nyx is short for "times sixteen raised to the power of". In
scientific notation, the number is first scaled to a fractional greater than 1/16 (0x0.1)
and less than or equal to 1, by multiplying it with a power of sixteen.
The words "ez rone" are often omitted as redundant: Any whole number in scientific notation
must be scaled. If the mantissa is one, then it is often omitted entirely.
0x0.5248 * 163
[ez rone] pif tor kek tel nyx ram
0x1 * 164
[arac] nyx kek
(Note that there is no ambiguity in "arac nyx kek": It cannot stand for "[ez rone] arac nyx kek", because this would make the mantissa 0x0.1, which is improperly scaled.)