kamre
experimental gismu x_{1} is a x_{2} (li; number) of x_{3} in dimension/aspect x_{4} (default units) Generic form of the SI prefixes and the like. Called "metric prefix" (with lowercase "m" in "metric") because the metric (measure system) is not defined (in particular, to be decimal and in accordance with protoSI standards). See also: namcrgogolo/kamrngogolo, kacmre, zilkacmre, kancu, merli, radno, stero, molro, gradu, centi, decti, dekto, femti, gigdo, gocti, gotro, kilto, megdo, mikri, milti, nanvi, petso, picti, terto, xatsi, xecto, xexso, zepti, zetro.


kamrngogolo
fu'ivla x_{1} is a googol [10^{100} ] of x_{2} in dimension/aspect x_{3} (default units). See also: kamre, namcrgogolo


gamymei


avgadro
fu'ivla x_{1} is Avogadro constant N_{A} [ approximately equal to: 6.02214129(27)×10^{23} mol^{−1}], expressed in units x_{2} in paradigm/system/metaphysics/universe x_{3} (default: this, our actual, physical universe) See also plankexu, tcelerita, gravnutnoia, boltsemaku, ocnerta, molro, kamre


kacmre
lujvo x_{1} (agent) countmeasures/evaluates x_{2} = m_{2} [quantity] as x_{3} = k_{3} = m_{3} [number counted] items/units of/in/pertaining to set x_{4} = k_{2}, on scale x_{5} = m_{4} (si'o; default: from 0 representing nothing/no instances of the item, and by (units of) 1 for each additional occurrence if the item is quantized) with accuracy x_{6} = m_{5} (ideally should be exact/perfect). x_{2} is countably measurable. The scale sets the "counting [off] by units" and most countable things are counted from "0" (meaning nothing/no instances of the item in question) with each additional occurrence of the (quantized) item being represented by an addition "1". See: kamre, zilkacmre.


zilkacmre
lujvo x_{1} = m_{2} [quantity] is x_{2} = k_{3} = m_{3} [number counted] items/units of/in/pertaining to set x_{3} = k_{2}, on scale x_{4} = m_{4} (si'o; default: from 0 representing nothing/no instances of the item, and by (units of) 1 for each additional occurrence if the item is quantized). x_{1} is countably measurable. Counting should (ideally) be perfect, so accuracy is identically and mathematically equal to "1"; the scale sets the "counting [off] by units" and most countable things are counted from "0" (meaning nothing/no instances of the item in question) with each additional occurrence of the (quantized) item being represented by an addition "1". See: kamre, kacmre.
