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Definitions of iota in various dictionaries:
noun - a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
noun - the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet
The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|The 9th letter in the Greek alphabet, it's come to mean "a small amount"|
|If you know one small, tiny thing about the Greek alphabet, it should be that this is its ninth letter|
|This 9th letter of the Greek alphabet also means a jot or whit|
|The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet|
|Greek to me, it means a very small quantity (like this word's total number of consonants--one)|
|Jot down this letter, 9th in the Greek alphabet|
|"I" know it's a very small quantity, or a Greek letter|
|The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet, it also means a very small amount of something|
|A little bit, a really little bit|
|Number 9, Number 9, Number 9; it's seen here|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet ( bb, bb ), transliterated as i|
|The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet. See Table at alphabet.|
|A very small amount a bit: not an iota of truth to that tale.|
|the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet|
|a tiny or scarcely detectable amount|
|an extremely small amount:|
|the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet|
|a very small amount:|
Iota (; uppercase , lowercase ; Greek: ) is the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet. It was derived from the Phoenician letter Yodh. Letters that arose from this letter include the Latin I and J, the Cyrillic (, ), Yi (, ), and Je (, ), and iotated letters (e.g. Yu (, )).|
* In the system of Greek numerals, iota has a value of 10.Iota represents the sound [i]. In ancient Greek it occurred in both long [i] and short [i] versions, but this distinction was lost in Koine Greek.Iota participated as the second element in falling diphthongs, with both long and short vowels as the first element. Where the first element was long, the iota was lost in pronunciation at an early date, and was written in polytonic orthography as iota subscript, in other words as a very small under the main vowel. Examples include . The former diphthongs became digraphs for simple vowels in Koine Greek.The word is used in a common English phrase, "not one iota", meaning "not the slightest amount", in reference to