Ε

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Phoenician letter he, from which Ε (E, “Epsilon”) derived

From the Phoenician letter 𐤄 (h, ).

Letter[edit]

Ε (E)

  1. The letter now called epsilon (έψιλον), the fifth letter of the ancient Greek alphabet.

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Greek[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Letter[edit]

Ε (E) (upper case, lower case ε)

  1. The upper case letter epsilon (έψιλον), the fifth letter of the modern Greek alphabet.

Numeral[edit]

Ε (E)

  1. The number five in Greek numerals.
  2. (usually followed by a keraia) The number 5000 in Greek numerals.
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