(Mil"lion) n. [F., from LL. millio, fr. L. mille a thousand. See Mile.]
1. The number of ten hundred thousand, or a thousand thousand, written 1,000,000. See the Note
2. A very great number; an indefinitely large number.
Millions of truths that a man is not concerned to know.Locke.
3. The mass of common people; with the article the.
For the play, I remember, pleased not the million.Shak.
(Mil`lion*aire") n. [F. millionnaire.] One whose wealth is counted by millions of francs, dollars,
or pounds; a very rich person; a person worth a million or more. [Written also millionnaire.]
(Mil`lion*air"ess), n. A woman who is a millionaire, or the wife of a millionaire. [Humorous]
(Mil"lion*a*ry) a. Of or pertaining to millions; consisting of millions; as, the millionary chronology
of the pundits. Pinkerton.
(Mil"lioned) a. Multiplied by millions; innumerable. [Obs.] Shak.
(||Mil`lion`naire") n. [F.] Millionaire.
(Mil"lionth) a. Being the last one of a million of units or objects counted in regular order from
the first of a series or succession; being one of a million.
(Mil"lionth), n. The quotient of a unit divided by one million; one of a million equal parts.
(Mil"li*ped) n. (Zoöl.) The same Milleped.
(Mil"li*stere) n. [F. millistère, from milli- milli- + stère.] A liter, or cubic decimeter.
(Mil`li*we"ber) n. [Milli- + weber.] (Physics) The thousandth part of one weber.
(Mill"rea` Mill"ree`), Millreis
(Mill"reis`) (-res`), n. See Milreis.
(Mill"rind` Mill"rynd`) (- rind`), n. [Mill + rynd.] (Her.) A figure supposed to represent the iron
which holds a millstone by being set into its center.
(Mill"-sixpence) n. A milled sixpence; the sixpence being one of the first English coins