θήτα

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Θ θ   –   English: theta
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Etymology[edit]

The modern form of θῆτα ‎(thêta), the Ancient Greek pronunciation of the Phoenician letter teth ().

Noun[edit]

θήτα ‎(thítan ‎(invariable)

  1. Theta, the 8th letter of the modern Greek alphabet (majuscule Θ, minuscule θ), originally denoting an aspirated t () but now denoting the voiceless dental fricative (θ); usually romanized as "th".

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