λάβδα

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Particularly: “Borrowing from Hebrew לָמֶד (lāmeḏ, lamedh), the name of the letter ל (l)? Or from the Phoenician name of the letter 𐤋 (l)? Or elsewhence?”

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Noun[edit]

λᾰ́βδᾰ (lábdan (indeclinable)

  1. the letter Λ, λ (L, l), lambda

Synonyms[edit]

  • (lambda): λάλ (lál) (Koine Greek)

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