Ancient Greek edit

Etymology edit

From μῡρῐ́ος (mūríos, countless, ten thousand) +‎ -ᾰ́ς (-ás).

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μῡρῐᾰ́ς (mūriásf (genitive μῡρῐᾰ́δος); third declension

  1. a number of ten thousand, a myriad
    1. often indefinitely, of countless numbers

Usage notes edit

When μυριάς (muriás) is used for money, δραχμῶν (drakhmôn, drachmae) must be supplied.

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