What does μυρίων mean in the Greek?

Parse: Adjective, Genitive Neuter Plural
Root: G3463 (μύριοι, μυρίος)
Sense: innumerable, countless (more info)

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How μυρίων is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
of ten thousand 1

Verses with μυρίων

Matthew 18:24
Having begun then he to settle was brought one to him a debtor of ten thousand talents
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Matthew 18:24 Ten thousand talents [μυριων ταλαντων]
A talent was 6,000 denarii or about a thousand dollars or 240 pounds. Ten thousand times this is about ten or twelve million dollars, an enormous sum for that period. We live today in the age of national debts of billions of dollars or even of pounds sterling. The imperial taxes of Judea, Idumea, and Samaria for one year were only 600 talents while Galilee and Perea paid 200 (Josephus, Ant. xi. 4). But oriental kings were free in the use of money and in making debts like the native kings of India today. [source]