- Not to be confused with Millillion.
A milli-millillion or micrillion is equal to 103,000,003 in the short scale, or 106,000,000 in the long scale.
The word milli-millillion was coined by Professor Henkle in his system to devise one million -illions, and milli-millillion was the largest name in that system.
The name micrillion was coined by Jonathan Bowers. It comes from micr(o)- + -illion, where micro- is analogous to the metric prefixes deci-, centi-, and milli-.
It is pronounced like this.
- ↑ Large Numbers by Robert Munafo
- ↑ Illion Numbers by Jonathan Bowers
- ↑ 2.4.5 Professor Henkle's One Million illions - Large Numbers
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