# 5 definitions by **Anonumerical**

A number so large, it can only be described as a 1 followed by an infinite line of zeros. Since it is an infinitely large number, some would argue that it is in fact infinity, but infinity is an abstract concept that cannot be defined as even or odd, while infinitillion is very much even because it can be divided by 2 an infinite amount of times and remain an integer.

by Anonumerical December 4, 2020

While waiting in line, I had just realized that there were five people behind me, making me in the ultrapropreantepenultimate position.

by Anonumerical December 4, 2020

The largest number imaginable. Written as (...9.9...) or as (9.9...x10^ ∞), it is simply described as a decimal point with an infinite line of nines spanning either side of it.

by Anonumerical December 11, 2021

In a series of ten books, I just finished the fourth book, also called the supraultrapropreantepenultimate book.

by Anonumerical December 6, 2020

The smallest non-zero number. It can be written as 0.000...1 (as in, there is an infinite line of zeros between the decimal point and the 1). It can also be refered to as an infinitillionth, as it is the result of dividing 1 by an infinitillion.

I have an absolute small amount of patience left with you!

I'm so poor that I don't even claim to own an infinitillionth of a cent.

I'm so poor that I don't even claim to own an infinitillionth of a cent.

by Anonumerical December 6, 2020