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noun
  1. (archaic) ten thousand, Ten thousand.
  2. A vast diversity or number.
Earth hosts a of animals.
Translations:
  • Dutch: een groot aantal
  • Spanish: mirí­ada
    (trans-bottom)
adjective
  1. Great in number; innumerable.
The stars were impossible to count.
Translations:
    Etymology: From myriade, from myrias (genitive of myriadis), from Ancient Greek (myriados), genitive of (myrias) "number of 10,000", from (myrios) "numberless, countless, infinite".


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