[extropy-chat] a nano question
scerir at libero.it
Thu Apr 5 18:09:38 UTC 2007
> in Italian (today),
> 10^3 = one thousand = uno mille
> 10^6 = one million = uno milione
> 10^9 = one billion = uno miliardo
> (from Latin, I think)
'Miliardo' is a French ('Milliard') word (and it is
a common word to many other languages other than English).
It seems we (Italians) also have
'Bilione' (10^12) and 'Biliardo'
(10^15), but we did not use them,
as far as I know.
For another kind of 'Biliardo' see
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