Are there registers bigger than 32 bits in MIPS?

Multiplication and division may generate results that are larger than 32 bits. The architecture provides two special 32 bit registers that are the destination for multiplication and division instructions. These registers are called hi and lo as to indicate that they hold the higher 32 bits of the result and the lower 32 bits respectively.
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