John Candelaria, Renaming the Extended Numbers, 1976
Following is the article Renaming the Extended Numbers from page 39 of Word Ways: The Journal of Recreational Linguistics, (1976) vol. 9, #1.
The article concerns an adhoc extension of "Chuquet" numbernames, including whimsical names for numbers as high as 10^{3(2700000000)+3}; it is an amendment of his earlier article, Extending the Number Names.
RENAMING THE EXTENDED NUMBERS
JOHN CANDELARIA
Ontario, California
In the August 1975 Word Ways, I proposed a nomenclature for very large numbers, all of the form in which 1 is followed by a string of 0s. In this article, I modify the nomenclature slightly for two reasons: to adhere more closely to classical Latin prefixes, and to introduce a systematic use of the prefix milli.
For further details and history, the reader is referred to my earlier article. Here it is necessary only to define the period of a number as follows: (number of zeroes) = 3(period) + 3. (Thus, the number one million has a period of one, one billion has a period of two, and so on.) Because the periods of large numbers can themselves grow very large, it is convenient to tabulate numbers not by the period but by the log period. (Thus, the period of one decillion is ten, and its log period is one.)
The modified nomenclature is given below, with log periods of selected large numbers at the left:

Note that each time the log period is increased by a factor of one thousand, an additional milli is prefixed to that part of the number name to the right of the hyphen; thus, these numbers can be indefinitely extended in size (although they become increasingly unwieldy).
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