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Pronouncing Binary

My good friend Tim Conrad once told me the correct way to pronounce binary numbers. It's a very simple system:

0 ooh
1 oon
10 twin
11 twoon
100 twindred
101 twindred-oon
110 twindred-twin
111 tindred-twoon
1,000 oon-twinsand
1,001 oon-twinsand-oon
1,100 oon-twinsand-twindred
10,000 twin-twinsand
11,000 twoon-twinsand
100,000 twindred-twinsand
1,000,000 oon-twillion
10,101,101 twin-twillion-twindred-oon-twinsand-twindred-oon

 Tue, 30 Aug 2005 20:21:02, Aaron, "The Princess Bride" was right!
"Twoo wuv" is the correct way to describe a binary pairing.
 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 06:57:58, Dave Rooney, re:"The Princess Bride" was right!
 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 09:26:08, David Chelimsky, re:"The Princess Bride" was right!
I think that's "Incontheivable"
 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 14:34:55, Peter Herndon,
I do not think that is spelled the way you think it is spelled...

 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 16:21:41, Chris Noe, Hey, this doesn't scale
.. then what?

Taking inspiration from base 10, everything beyond illion is more -illions with different prefixes. Must this degenerate into a sort of onomatopoeic: TiTwillion[?], TiTiTwillion[?], etc ?
 Fri, 16 Sep 2005 14:01:33, Roland Kaufmann, Hexadecimal numbers
He didn't by any chance have a system for hexadecimal numbers too? It could come handy in reading Win32 error codes to my co-workers.
 Thu, 10 Nov 2005 18:22:25, Rob Wehrli, Regarding Scale...
At some point, the "degeneration" of the syntax will "oohgle." :)

Take Care.

 Wed, 4 Jan 2006 07:41:23, Bill Mason, You say "twindred", I say .... "doblemiento"?
Since the decimal system has nomenclature sets that vary from language to language, are there also such equivalents for binary?