For 16 notes, I'll say to myself "1 ee an a 2 ee an a 3 ee an a 4 ee an a" but a God-gle search turned up no serious answers in the top 10 search results, just mostly advice about NOT counting them and "feeling" them instead. I think drummers are usually pretty smart about the phrases they use but the drummer I came across recommended "1 a moma 2 a momma" which I don't like because it's impossible to say at even a moderately slow pace and doesn't help me keep my place in the measure. I've been working on playing the Footprints bridge the way he does and a few times he further doubles the rhythm to 32nd notes, 8 notes to a beat. I want to ensure I'm rock solid on the compound measure timing in case my bandmates are not. Surely classical players have a good phrase?