I have made a simple spreadsheet that allows you to try out diferent number and card (value) translations, without having to type a lot (you only have to type in the green cells, the yellow cells combine both green cells. I made this tool for my The super position 2 card system, so that is why it shows only 2 card value combinations (and of course number combinations as they are a sub collection; I use the same words/sounds for A and 1 and for 10 (as a card value) and 0).
In the spreadsheet below I used a somewhat unusual (please let me know if others use this as well) variation for some 2nd digit/card translations:
4 = vier (in Dutch) and ends with “ier”;
7 = zeven (in …) and ends with “even”;
8 = acht (in …) and I simply use the whole word as an extension;
J = jack and ends with ack and this translates phonetically in Dutch as “ek”;
Q = queen and ends with een and … as “ien”;
K = King … drum roll …-> “ing”.
Without having to add any other letters/sounds I have created a list of words of which just about every word has (or sounds very simular to a another word) that has a meaning in Dutch, German or English.
Appologies to the early readers of this post, I forgot the “10” (I have not played any card games for 25 years).