Greek Characters

The word ‘Greek’ is a word that instantly brings to mind images of ancient civilizations and cultures. It may not be the most widely spoken language in the world today, but it did play an extremely influential role in the development of other European languages and in European culture in general so we should have knowledge about Greek Characters.

Today it’s spoken by more than 13 million native speakers mainly in Greece, where it’s the only official language and it’s spoken by 11 million people, And if we look specifically at the sciences and technology, the proportion of Greek letters, words, and roots skyrockets dramatically.

When you mention the encyclopedia, or when you talk about physics or Mathematics you’re using words that developed from Greek. At first, there were numerous local varieties of the Greek alphabet, but the standard 24-letter Greek alphabet became widespread throughout the Greek-speaking world during the 4th century BCE. Having Knowledge about the Greek characters & alphabet can help you to communicate and it also provides knowledge and reference in science and math.

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Greek Alphabets, Letters & Symbols

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Χ

Π

δ

Η

Ν

χ

π

τ

Ξ

ε

η

Φ

Λ

Ω

Β

κ

μ

γ

Α

Γ

ψ

α

ς

Θ

ν

Ψ

Ι

Μ

υ

λ

Ζ

Ε

Κ

ι

φ

Ρ

σ

ξ

ζ

ω

β

Υ

θ

ρ

Δ

ο

Ο

Σ

Greek Characters Name

Greek Uppercase Letters Greek Lowercase Letters Greek Letter NameEnglish Equivalent (Modern approximate)
ΑΑAlpha (Alfa)A
ΒΒBeta (Veeta)V
ΓΓGamme (Yamma)Y
Δ ΔDelta (Thel-ta)D
ΕΕEpsilon (Epsilon)E
ΖΖZeta (Zee-ta)Z
ΗΗEta (Ee-ta)I
ΘΘTheta (Thee-ta)Th
ΙΙIota (Yo-ta) 
ΚΚKappa (Kah-pa)K
ΛΛLamda (Lahm-tha)L
ΜΜMu (Mee)M
ΝΝNu (Nee)N
ΞΞXi (Ksee)X
ΟΟOmicron (Oh-mee-cron)O
ΠΠPi (Pee)P
ΡΡRho (Ro)R
ΣΣSigma (Siy-ma)S
ΤΤTau (Tahf)T
ΥΥUpsilon (Eepsilon)I (ee)
ΦΦPhi (Fee)F
ΧΧChi (Hee)Ch
ΨΨPsi (Psee)Ps
ΩΩOmega (Omay-ya)O

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