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A "myrillion" is not an actual number, just a made-up name.

In any case, for any number, there are always larger numbers. For example, if you add one to a million, you get a number that is larger than a million. If you choose to define a "myrillion" to be a 1 with so-and-so many zeroes, just add one to it, or add an additional zero, and you get a number that is even larger.

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Duetriacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{96}+3})

Triotriacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{99}+3})

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Duetetracontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{126}+3})

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Tetretetracontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{132}+3})

Pentetetracontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{135}+3})

Hexetetracontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{138}+3})

Heptetetracontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{141}+3})

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Tetrepentacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{162}+3})

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Hexepentacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{168}+3})

Heptepentacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{171}+3})

Octepentacontillion (Vittillion), (10^{3\times 10^{174}+3})

Ennepentacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{177}+3})

Hexacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{180}+3})

Mehexacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{183}+3})

Duehexacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{186}+3})

Triohexacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{189}+3})

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Hexehexacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{198}+3})

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Hexeoctacontillion, (10^{3\times 10^{258}+3})

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