Q: Were does the word zero come from?

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Arabic sifr = cypher, which led to Italian zero

The French word for zero is zero, with an accent mark on the 'e'.

0.00065 is written in word form as zero point zero zero zero six five.

One million. One zero zero zero zero zero zero.

Expressed in full word form, 0.8001 is equal to zero point eight zero zero one.

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Arabic sifr = cypher, which led to Italian zero

seven zero zero zero zero zero zero zero

The French word for zero is zero, with an accent mark on the 'e'.

The German word for zero is "null."

If you are referring to the etymology (original source) of the word "zero", it came via French zéro from Venetian zero, which (together with cipher) came via Italian zefirofrom Arabic صفر, ṣafira = "it was empty", ṣifr = "zero", "nothing". This was a translation of the Sanskrit word sunya, meaning "empty". (source: Wiki)If you are referring to the origin of the concept of zero as a number, it was originated in India about the 9th century.

0.00065 is written in word form as zero point zero zero zero six five.

One thousandths and seven ten thousandths.

The Tagalog word for zero is "sero."

One million. One zero zero zero zero zero zero.

o.o13 in word form

Nine, zero zero zero zero zero nine.