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Ancient Greek

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? ?   –   English: iota

Etymology

Borrowed from Phoenician (y? /y?d/).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

? o (iôtan (indeclinable)

  1. iota, the name for the ninth letter ?, ? of the Ancient Greek alphabet.
  2. (figurative) a very small part of writing: jot.

Descendants

  • -> Dutch: jota
  • -> English: iota, jot
  • -> Finnish: ioota
  • -> Gothic: ? (j?ta)
  • Greek: ? (ióta), (gióta)
  • -> Latin: i?ta

References


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