The myllion is equal to \(10^{8}\) = 100,000,000 in the myriad system[1][2], or 10 squared 3 times. It is equal to 100 million.

Sbiis Saibian gave the name "octad", referring to the value of this number.[3]

Donald Knuth calls this number tryriad, and it's equal to using the -yllion system.

Jonathan Bowers calls this number quadmicrillion, and it's equal to using the quad-illion system.

Currency-related use Edit

Some currencies, such as the German Papiermark, the Hungarian pengő, and the second and third Zimbabwean dollars, had banknotes with this number in the denomination.

It was also the prize for correctly answering the first two questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? in first Turkish lira.

Sources Edit

  1. Myriad system on Wikipedia
  2. Large numbers By Robert Munafo
  3. Saibian, Sbiis. Large Number List.

See also Edit

myllion byllion tryllion quadryllion quintyllion
sextyllion septyllion octyllion nonyllion decyllion
undecyllion duodecyllion tredecyllion quattuordecyllion quindecyllion
sexdecyllion septdecyllion octodecyllion novemdecyllion vigintyllion
trigintyllion quadragintyllion quinquagintyllion sexagintyllion septuagintyllion
octogintyllion nonagintyllion centyllion ducentyllion trecentyllion
quadringentyllion quingentyllion sescentyllion septingentyllion octingentyllion
nongentyllion millyllion myryllion micryllion latinmyllionyllion
nanyllion picyllion femtyllion attyllion zeptyllion
yoctyllion xonyllion vecyllion icosyllion googolyllion
killyllion megyllion gigyllion teryllion petyllion
exyllion zettyllion yottyllion xennyllion dakyllion
ikyllion trakyllion tekyllion pekyllion exakyllion
zakyllion yokyllion nekyllion hotyllion kalyllion
mejyllion gijyllion astyllion lunyllion fermyllion
jovyllion solyllion betyllion glocyllion gaxyllion
supyllion versyllion multyllion pyryllion guntyllion
kentryllion onlyllion paptryllion housyllion latinlatinlatinbyllionyllionyllionyllion
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