Well, this is the first time I wrote my own blog post since I created my account a year ago. So, I decided to make a blog post that is based on -logue series and extensions. (all of the suffixes were coined by Sbiis Saibian) The reason why I wrote this post is for commenting or (suggesting) purposes by including some new names or extensions. Any suggestions or additions, feel free to comment.
[show]==Introduction== The suffix -logue means 10↑↑. So, n-logue means 10↑↑n. Same goes to n-logialogue, means 10↑↑10↑↑n. So, in this blog page, I will explain how the -logue numbers work.
The -taxis means 10↑↑↑, which derived from tetration towers. I will also go further with much more details which you'll see later.
-logue suffixes and listEdit
To name the nth logue, 1 ≤ n ≤ 1,000, the table is listed here, (all of these names are in Greek obviously)
|2||dia, do||icosa||diakosia (instead of dihecta)|
|4||tetra||teranta (instead of saranta)||tetrakosia|
|5||penta||penanta (instead of peninta)||pentakosia|
|6||hexa||exata (instead of exinta)||hexakosia|
- If the units place is 1, the tens place is 0 and the hundreds place is 0, use "mono". Otherwise, use "en". Example: 1st logue is monologue, while the 11th logue is Endekalogue.
- If the units place is 2, and the tens place is 0, use "di", otherwise, use "do".
List of numbersEdit
|1||Monologue||10↑↑1 = 10|
|2||Dialogue||10↑↑2 = 1010 = 10,000,000,000|
|3||Trialogue||10↑↑3 = 101010 = 1010,000,000,000|
|4||Tetralogue||10↑↑4 = 10101010 = 101010,000,000,000|
|5||Pentalogue||10↑↑5 = 1010101010 = 10101010,000,000,000|