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# Number

#### thousandth

There are few words for describing quantities smaller than 1, including {bID} "half" and {vatlhvI'} "percent". Are there words for smaller decimal subdivisions than a hundredth, such as "thousandth" (or by extension "tenth", "ten-thousandth", &c)? "Fifty-eight 'ujmey are about one thousandth of a kellicam."

#### third

There are few words for describing quantities smaller than 1, including {bID} "half" and {vatlhvI'} "percent". Given that there was formerly a base-3 counting system, are there words for subdivisions 3, such as "third" (or by extension "ninth" or "twenty-seventh")? "Three chebmey are a third of a cheb'a'."

#### infinity

A boundless or endless quantity, a quantity too large to be quantifiable with real numbers. A crucial concept in the development of calculus and various other mathematical fields.

#### 100 billion

100 times one billion (Saghan)

#### 10 billion

10 times one billion (Saghan)

#### 100 million

100 times one million

#### 10 million

10 times one million

#### kilo-/mill-, mega-/micro etc.

A way to express bery big or very small numbers, it does not have to be decimal based, or 10^3 based, but as the decimal system is based on DIvI' Hol…

#### pi

The ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. “3.14159…….”

#### fraction (number-forming element)

marker for denominator in a fraction; generalization of {vatlhvI’} “percent” to numbers other than 100. Examples: “one third”, “three quarters”, “nine tenths”, “1/81”.

Merged from another suggestion by admin: Can this be used to express ratios as well?