large integer

noun
an integer equal to or greater than ten
Hypernyms: ↑integer, ↑whole number
Hyponyms:
ten, ↑10, ↑X, ↑tenner, ↑decade, ↑eleven, ↑11, ↑XI, ↑twelve, ↑12, ↑XII, ↑dozen, ↑teens, ↑thirteen, ↑13, ↑XIII, ↑baker's dozen, ↑long dozen, ↑fourteen, ↑14, ↑XIV, ↑fifteen, ↑15, ↑XV, ↑sixteen, ↑16, ↑XVI, ↑seventeen, ↑17, ↑XVII, ↑eighteen, ↑18, ↑XVIII, ↑nineteen, ↑19, ↑XIX, ↑twenty, ↑20, ↑XX, ↑twenty-one, ↑21, ↑XXI, ↑twenty-two, ↑22, ↑XXII, ↑twenty-three, ↑23, ↑XXIII, ↑twenty-four, ↑24, ↑XXIV, ↑two dozen, ↑twenty-five, ↑25, ↑XXV, ↑twenty-six, ↑26, ↑XXVI, ↑twenty-seven, ↑27, ↑XXVII, ↑twenty-eight, ↑28, ↑XXVIII, ↑twenty-nine, ↑29, ↑XXIX, ↑thirty, ↑30, ↑XXX, ↑forty, ↑40, ↑XL, ↑fifty, ↑50, ↑L, ↑sixty, ↑60, ↑LX, ↑seventy, ↑70, ↑LXX, ↑seventy-eight, ↑78, ↑LXXVIII, ↑eighty, ↑80, ↑LXXX, ↑fourscore, ↑ninety, ↑90, ↑XC, ↑hundred, ↑100, ↑C, ↑century, ↑one C, ↑gross, ↑144, ↑long hundred, ↑great hundred, ↑120, ↑five hundred, ↑500, ↑D, ↑thousand, ↑one thousand, ↑1000, ↑M, ↑K, ↑chiliad, ↑G, ↑grand, ↑thou, ↑yard, ↑great gross, ↑1728, ↑ten thousand, ↑10000, ↑myriad, ↑hundred thousand, ↑100000, ↑lakh, ↑million, ↑1000000, ↑one thousand thousand, ↑meg, ↑crore, ↑billion, ↑one thousand million, ↑1000000000, ↑one million million, ↑1000000000000, ↑trillion, ↑one million million million, ↑quadrillion, ↑quintillion, ↑sextillion, ↑septillion, ↑octillion, ↑aleph-null, ↑aleph-nought, ↑aleph-zero

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