Q: What is e in Greek?

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It's the Greek letter that looks like E (similar to €)

the 5th letter of the greek alphabet (aka e in english)

In Greek mythology, the Winged Goddess of Victory.

The greek letter closest to representing the latin letter e is epsilon (ɛ). In math's, epsilon is mainly used to represent very small positive numbers (e.g. when working with proofs), and used as the Levi-Civita symbol (a.k.a. the permutation symbol, used in tensor calculus, sometimes uses upper epsilon E, instead of lower epsilon ɛ). It is also often used in statistics and numerical analysis to represent errors.

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''eta'' is the greek letter ''H, η'' - pronounced : ητα (in the greek alphabet) one of the three similar 'e's : η, ι, ει - all of them heard as 'e'

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It is not E it is Sigma.

ικανοποίηση (e-ka-no-pe-e-se)

εκεί e-kee

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William E. Daehn has written: 'Ancient Greek numismatics' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Greek Numismatics

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Έχω χάσειThis is '' i hav lost'' in Greek ! :D xx