θῆτα

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See also: θήτα

Ancient Greek[edit]

 previous
    letter

  ἦτα  
Greek uc theta.pngGreek lc theta.png  following
    letter

  ἰῶτα  
Θ θ   –   English: theta

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Phoenician 𐤈‬(ṭēt).

Pronunciation[edit]

 

Noun[edit]

θῆτᾰ (thêtan (genitive θήτᾰτος); ? declension

  1. theta, the name for the eighth letter Θ, θ of the Ancient Greek alphabet.

Usage notes[edit]

While typically indeclinable, a genitive singular θήτᾰτος (thḗtatos) and θήτᾰτες (thḗtates) are attested.

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