Numbering of bits within a byte, and bytes within a multi-byte integer, to correspond more closely to the order in which one might read them in a memory dump. Opposite of LittleEndian.
Odd fact: even on big-endian CPUs, registers are still little-endian. To see this, consider the following pseudo-AssemblyLanguage sequence:
Question: will the byte at B end up containing the high byte or the low byte of A?