I'm writing a program that works with points in n dimensions. It would be nice to be able to work with the names of those axes (like X, Y, and Z) instead of axis 1, axis 2, axis 3, etc., but I have a problem. If I go above 3 axes, I don't know what name comes after 3 (Z). I looked online, and no one seemed to have an answer. They just called it something like "Four Dimensional Space", which is great, but not what I'm looking for. I could make up names, but I wanted to ask: Is there a standard used in mathematics for the names of axes above 3/after Z?
P.S. I should clarify I'm talking about Euclidean/Plotting space, if you couldn't tell already.
Edit: I should further clarify and mention that I mean the names of the coordinates themselves, not name of the actual space. I understand 3 Dimensional Space, 4 Dimensional Space, 5 Dimensional Space, etc. I'm asking about the name of the axes themselves.