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Greek Transliteration Tutorial, Page 5

Two Double Letters

This form of sigma: ς normally only occurs at the end of a word. If you meet one in the middle of a word, it's almost always a letter called "stigma" and the top bit of it usually extends further to the right. It gets transliterated as st.

Greek ou ligature This letter is a shorthand way of writing ou. Think of it as υ (upsilon) balanced on top of ο (omicron).

Variant Forms

Some other forms of Greek letters are:

ImageLetter Transliteration
beta beta b
kappa kappa k
pi pi p
rho rho r

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