When spoken, numbers in Miwāfu are spelled out with a leading particle to indicate that it is a number.
The beginning of a number series is indicated by
The end of a numerical sequence is either a pause between words or
With large numbers, over five digits, the typical convention is to write them out with a space or letter between each group of four. The gruoping is from left to right. The space is not required.
To simplify numbers,
do is used to indicate four zeros.
In addition to
do, there are additional scale syllables used for large numbers.
do, these can easily be combined together to indicate more zeros.
These can be combined together:
To do numbers like the English phrase "one thousand and one", see Mathematics below.
The decimal indicator is
If the leading
we is suffixed by
-yo, it indicates a negative number.
Simple math, addition and subtraction, is done with additional suffixes.
-yo is used for subtracting values.
-ko is used.
In a series of math, only the final needs a
nwe if one is required.