9745. A hundred cubits the length. That this signifies full of good from the Lord, is evident from the signification of "a hundred," as being all, much, and what is full (of which in what follows); and from the signification of "length," as being good (see n. 1613, 9487). That it denotes good from the Lord, is because the good of faith, in which are those who are in the ultimate heaven, which is represented by the court of the Habitation, is from the Lord. That "a hundred" denotes all, much, and what is full, is because "a hundred" has the same signification as "ten," "a thousand," and "ten thousand" (that by these numbers such things are signified, see n. 2575, 3107, 4638, 8715; and that the same is signified by "a hundred," n. 2636, 4400).