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Greek Alphabet

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Updated 2010-04-09 04:13

Summary

This page helps you easily memorize the Greek alphabet (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, etc.). The Greek alphabet has been used since the late 9th or early 8th century BCE and is still in use today. It gave rise to the Latin alphabet. Its letters are used today for writing Modern Greek, as symbols in math and science, as names of stars, and in the names of fraternities and sororities and other purposes.

 

You can quickly memorize the greek alphabet by clicking "start memorizing" after each of these tables. It has been broken into parts so you can memorize one part at a time. Once you're done, you can click the "combine" link on the right to memorize them all together.

Alpha through Mu

SymbolName
Α αAlpha
Β βBeta
Γ γGamma
Δ δDelta
Ε εEpsilon
Ζ ζZeta
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SymbolName
Η ηEta
Θ θTheta
Ι ιIota
Κ κKappa
Λ λLambda
Μ μMu
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Nu through Omega

SymbolName
Ν νNu
Ξ ξXi
Ο οOmicron
Π πPi
Ρ ρRho
Σ σSigma
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SymbolName
Τ τTau
Υ υUpsilon
Φ ϕPhi
Χ χChi
Ψ ψPsi
Ω ωOmega
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See also

For more info, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_alphabet