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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indefinite_and_fictitious_numbers

Many languages have words expressing indefinite and fictitious numbers— inexact terms of ... Words with the suffix -illion (e.g., zillion, gazillion, kazillion, and bajillion) are often used as informal names for unspecified large numbers by analogy ...

gregology.net/reference/gazillion

How much is a Gazillion? Lets first break down the word Gazillion. Etymology of llion From million, from Latin mille, thousand, plus augmentative suffix -ion or -on  ...

www.quora.com/How-much-is-a-gazillion

Gazillion is not a real number, although it sounds like 'million' or 'billion' or 'trillion' . It is simply an informal term for an 'indefinitely large quantity'. You can also ...

Apr 28, 1999 ... 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 . . . so there ain't no gazillion, it's right up there with zillion, bijillion, and uncountabillion . . . a ...

Feb 27, 2009 ... By Miryam Ehrlich Williamson. For your weekend edification I offer a math lesson. In this class everyone passes (self-esteem is more important ...

How many zeroes does a zillion have? Kid's often ask this. In fact when I was a kid I was asked this by some other kids who figured I would know since I was ...

www.reference.com/math/many-zeros-gazillion-eba346c610709f49

The number gazillion does not refer to nor contain a specific number of zeros because it is not an actual number. Gazillion is a descriptive word, not a unit of ...

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Date: 06/27/97 at 21:36:06 From: Doctor Mark Subject: Re: A Gazillion Well, Bunko, a gazillion is only slightly less than a Mothra-illion.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gazillion

This weekend, Trump's wife stopped costing taxpayers a gazillion dollars in protection costs by moving herself and little Barron, her and the president's son, into ...

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