Let's count to 1M in different languages!


#141

[COLOR="#ffffff"]136 (The white text language)[/COLOR]


#142

I II VII in numbers with letters?i guess(137)


#143

CXXXVIII
One hundred and thirty-eight
138
Roman numbers


#144

[FONT=Comic Sans MS]139[/FONT] in the misunderstood language of [FONT=Comic Sans MS]Comic Sans[/FONT]


#145

Cent quarante


#146

Yüz kırk bir prounounced yooz kurk bir 141 turkish


#147

一百四十二。Simplified Mandarin (Chinese) 简体华语


#148

Seratus empat puluh tiga. (Malay)


#149

100 (Base twelve)


#150

YOLO.

hundre og forti fem runs away
(Norwegian)


#151

hundrafyrtiosex (146 in Swedish)


#152

yoozkurkyedee (147 turkish) This game was cool, it needs to be awaken!


#153

148 (english)


#154

Ciento cuarenta y nueve

(149 in Spanish :3)


#155

Sathaaka fansaasu. ( dhivehi )

A language with a 12 digit counting system, and three alphabets, two are now not used , and only one is now in use. Plus, if I remember correctly , there are two forms to say 150.This is just the modern one.


#156

^ Interesting… :stuck_out_tongue:

151 Yüz elli bir (prounounced as yooz elee beer) Turkish


#157

152:
50•3+2
In the lovely language of math.
Or, well, one hundred fifty two in English :lol:


#158

3 x 3 x 17
Prime factorization of 153


#159

Html: 154


#160

Yooz ellee besh
(155 Turkish)