έψιλον

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Greek uc epsilon.pngGreek lc epsilon.png  following
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Ε ε   –   English: epsilon

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ἒ ψιλόν (è psilón), further from ε (e) + neuter of ψιλός (psilós, simple). Thus, 'simple e', in contrast with αι, which had become identical in pronunciation by the Koine period.

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Noun[edit]

έψιλον (épsilonn (indeclinable)

  1. epsilon, the fifth letter of the modern Greek alphabet.

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