So, a millionth is "milionoono"? or "mili"?
Why is centmil wrong? It follows the same pattern as kvardek or sescent.
Probably because tens and hundreds can only have a number up to 9 in front of them, but thousands can have a number up to 999 in front of them.
So 452000 = kvarcent kvindek du mil, not kvarcent kvindek dumil or kvarcentkvindekdumil.
Great! It's the first time I notice that. It's now logical and understandable.
Koran Dankon! :)
This should definitely be taught in the Numbers lesson