crore is equal to ten million or 10,000,000. It is used in the Indian naming system. One crore is 100  lakh. Larger numbers are sometimes combinations of both, a lakh crore for example equal to one trillion. Ten crore is one myllion in the myriad system. The population of countries is often expressed in crore; for example, India had a population of approximately 125.2 crore in 2013.
Nirvana Supermind calls this number
four-ex-grand zeroogol , and it's equal to Q<10, three-ex-grand zeroogol> in Quick array notation .
Sbiis Saibian gave the name
pipsqueak for this number.
 Aarex Tiaokhiao calls this number sooptol, 7-noogol , or  goonaolpentault, and it's equal to a(10,100,0)x in Aarex's Array Notation.
Wikia user NumLynx gave the name
heptaplex for this number, coined in analogy to heptalogue.
Username5243 calls this number
niloogolquadriplex or goospol, and it's equal to 107 in Username5243's Array Notation.
Some currencies, such as the
German Papiermark, the Hungarian pengő, the first Turkish lira, and the second and third Zimbabwean dollars, had banknotes with this number in the denomination.
It is also the prize for correctly answering the first fifteen questions in the Indian game show
in Kaun Banega Crorepati Indian rupees.
Furthermore, it was also the prize for correctly answering all fifteen questions in the Japanese game show
in Quiz $ Millionaire Japanese yen.
Taro's multivariable Ackermann function
Bashicu matrix system
Hyperfactorial array notation
n-ary numbers with multipliers
Numbers with base-multipliers