What is the name for the set of all integers greater than 1?

Ancient Greek Mathematicians such as Euclid defined a number as "a multitude of units." For them, a number was a member of the set of all integers greater than one.

Does this set have a name in contemporary mathematics? And if so what is the name of this set?

• It's easy to use notation like $\mathbb{N}_{>1}$ for such sets. – Kevin Carlson Jun 2 '16 at 21:43

From the modern viewpoint, it is completely unnatural to distinguish between $1$ and the other natural numbers, as the Greeks did. Therefore this collection does not seem to appear naturally in modern mathematics. There is no standard notation for it because there is no need for it.