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The universal number names in SHOL* numeration
16 × 5 = 80 different syllabes suffice to count up to the hexadecimal million ( 1024 × 1024 = ) 1, 048 576 .
Remark : The hexadecimal numbers 0x E and 0x E0 (= 14 and 224), in SHOL : X and XQ are pronounced [ çi ] and [ çe ] and not [ xi ] and [ xe ] .
In SHOL, the voiceless palatal fricative [ ç ] (before the vowels e and i) and the voiceless velar fricative [ x ] (before a, o and u) are allophones.
Example : The highly composite number 10080 is of course also highly composite in base-16 : P Z × V P × Z B × D B.
10080 10 = P DSQ H – Enunciated as : Hexadecimal, two thousand seven hundred sixty or : podase(qi) .
The perimeter constant π ≈ V. pfvws is proposed to be called henceforth Euler-pi or greek-pi to avoid all confusions.
Similarly, the Golden ratio number φ ≈ B . jxvdt is – orally – the "Phidias number", in short "Phidias" or also greek-phi.
Don't ever confound SMH unit symboles and SHOL number names. Therefor see this caution.
* SHOL : système hexadécimal omni-littéral. The English translation of this French term is "omni-literal hexadecimal system".