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- For the number 100, see here.
Hundred is a common medical condition occurring mostly among Ancient Romans in which one is afraid of the Huns, especially the great Hunnic identity thief, Attila, who was convicted of treason against the British Empire and executed by hanging (of course, he later survived the ordeal and became the monster in your closet). The word hundred is obviously derived from the Latin roots Hun, meaning "Hun," and dread, meaning "dread." Today, notable people afflicted with hundred include Julius Caesar, Ivlivs Caesar, and Caesar Julius. Und niemand hört dich schrein! Das macht keine spaß!