Ghiggol is a number in the googol family, coined by substituting -i- from the vowel sound of six that multiplies the base and the upgrading -g- infix that increases the operation numbers 1 and 2 to 2 and 3, to get g(3, 50, g(2, 6, 50)) = g(3, 50, 15625000000) = \(^{50}(50^{6})\). It was formerly known as simply Giggol, without the silent H, until the name conflicted with the much larger number of Jonathan Bowers. The -h- infix came to be known as standing for "formerly high".