-illiob is a suffix defined as coined by Aarex Tiaokhiao, analogous to the -illion suffix.[1] Using the Latin prefix for n, n-illiob is defined as \(10^{3 \times 10^{3n+3}+3}\), or \(10^{3 \times n \text{-illion}+3}\).

For example, milliob is equal to 103,000,003 or micrillion. Billiob is equal to 103,000,000,003 or nanillion.

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  1. Chapter 3.2 - The ilion and illiob series - Aarex's Large Numbers