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The abbreviation myr, "million years", is a unit of a quantity of (i.e. ) years, or 31.6 teraseconds.

Myr (disambiguation)

A myr is a unit of a quantity of 1,000,000 years.

Myr or MYR may also refer to:

  • Malaysian ringgit, the ISO 4217 code for the currency of Malaysia
  • Myrtle Beach International Airport, the IATA airport code for the airport in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Usage examples of "myr".

For example, I know I should call your father Myr Wyrra when we have lessons, and I think it is because he has placed himself in the childlike position of student, so it is polite for me to emphasize that he is a superior, an adult.

I am very, very happy to see you, Myr Nyil, and to see you looking so well.

I brought along a little hostess gift, Myr Kip, in case the Guardians of Damiem turned out to be as gracious as reputed.

I offer my inexpressibly abject apologies to Myr Cory and her guests for having presented such a questionable gift.

I will also need Myr Linnix to visit the surgery with me for splints and medical supplies.

Vovoka claimed that his purpose was revenge upon Myr Cory for an act in her long-ago wartime life.

Why are you torturing Myr Linnix, who helped you when she thought you were in pain?

What Myr Linnix felt as a pinprick was a powerful, fast local anesthetic, to permit entry of the tube.

It is Bridey, poor little Myr Eleganza, still in her golden finery beneath the blanket.

And can you also stand by Myr Cory and Kip in case they need anything?

Captain Dayan, it was my fault Myr Linnix was trapped by that despicable man.

Well, then, Myr Star, tell me honestly: Is your prince really a young boy?

Looking at Myr, she decided that it was more probable that he was unaware of the illusion that cloaked her than that he commonly asked caged birds if they needed help.

Two weeks ago Myr, your king, overset by the deaths of his parents, attacked and killed several of his own palace guard.

Assembly to accept the regency of Reth until such time as King Myr is found and restored to his senses.