On grammatical class:

biki'o
number/quantity: 8,000 expressed with comma.
bino
number/quantity: 80 [eighty].
binono
number/quantity: 800 [eight hundred].
binonovo
number/quantity: 8004, without comma.
ci'ino
Digit string: aleph-nought, aleph-0, the cardinality of the natural (alternatively: integer) numbers
ciki'o
number/quantity: 3,000 expressed with comma.
cino
number/quantity: 30 [thirty].
cinono
number/quantity: 300 [three hundred].
fi'ure
half.
ji'ima'u
rounded up (appended after string of digits indicating a rounded value).
ji'ini'u
rounded down (appended after string of digits indicating a rounded value).
muki'o
number/quantity: 5,000 expressed with comma.
muno
number/quantity: 50 [fifty].
munono
number/quantity: 500 [five hundred].
noka'ono
Complex zero; 0 = (0,0) = 0 + 0i.
pabi
number/quantity: 18 [eighteen].
paci
number/quantity: 13 [thirteen].
paki'o
number/quantity: 1,000 expressed with comma.
pamu
number/quantity: 15 [fifteen].
pano
number/quantity: 10 [ten].
panoki'oki'o
number/quantity: 10,000,000 [ten millions](Western numbering system/1,00,00,000 [100 lakhs](Indian numbering system).
panono
number/quantity: 100 [one hundred].
panonoki'o
number/quantity: 100,000 [hundred thousand](Western numbering system)/[one lakh](Indian numbering system)..
papa
number/quantity: 11 [eleven].
pare
number/quantity: 12 [twelve].
paso
number/quantity: 19 [nineteen].
pavo
number/quantity: 14 [fourteen].
paxa
number/quantity: 16 [sixteen].
paze
number/quantity: 17 [seventeen].
pidu'e
number: too much of.
piji'i
number: approximately all of.
pimo'a
number: too little of.
pimu
half.
pino
Number/digit: exactly none of (empty set as a subset of another set); in probability theory, "guaranteed impossible".
piro
number: all of.
piso'a
number: almost all of.
piso'e
number: most of.
piso'i
number: much of.
pisoi'ai
almost all of/almost 1/almost surely/almost certainly (technical sense), but not "exactly all of" or "guaranteed" (sense: anti-impossible).
pisoi'au
almost none of/almost 0/almost never/almost certainly not/nearly nothing of (technical sense) but technically being non-empty or possible in theory (not impossible).
piso'o
number: some of.
piso'u
number: a little of.
pisu'esoi'au
digit/number: at most almost-none of (0%, taken as a fraction of a whole); the referent set is null and may even be empty.
pisu'o
number: at least some of.
pisu'osoi'ai
digit/number: at least almost-all of; at least almost-certain; 100%.
pizau'u
arbitrarily much of, arbitrarily close to 1, an arbitrarily large proper fraction/percentage of
reki'o
number/quantity: 2,000 expressed with comma.
reno
number/quantity: 20 [twenty].
renono
number/quantity: 200 [two hundred].
soki'o
number/quantity: 9,000 expressed with comma.
sono
number/quantity: 90 [ninety].
sonono
number/quantity: 900 [nine hundred].
sosoce'i
number/quantity: 99% (number).
sozepimu
number/quantity: 97.5.
su'esoi'au
digit/number: at most almost-none/at most almost-no/at most almost-nowhere; the referent set is null and may even be empty.
su'osoi'ai
digit/number: at least almost-all/at least almost-every/at least almost-everywhere; the complementary set is null and may even be empty.
voki'o
number/quantity: 4,000 expressed with comma.
vono
number/quantity: 40 [forty].
vonono
number/quantity: 400 [four hundred].
xaki'o
number/quantity: 6,000 expressed with comma.
xano
number/quantity: 60 [sixty].
xanono
number/quantity: 600 [six hundred].
xavoki'o
number/quantity: 64,000 expressed with comma.
zeki'o
number/quantity: 7,000 expressed with comma.
zeno
number/quantity: 70 [seventy].
zenono
number/quantity: 700 [seven hundred].