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duodecillion

noun, duo·de·cil·lion often attributive \ˌdü-ō-di-ˈsil-yən, ˌdyü-\

Definition of DUODECILLION

— see number table

Origin of DUODECILLION

Latin duodecim twelve + English -illion (as in million)
First Known Use: 1875

Rhymes with DUODECILLION

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