Greek Alphabet Is Fun!
"Theta" looks like an "o" with a line through it and is pronounced "Th," making it one of the unusual letters.
The letter that looks like the English letter "i" is "iota," which gave us the phrase "I don't give one iota," referring to something very tiny. Like eta, iota is also pronounced as "i."
"Nu" is "n" but watch out for its lower-case form, which looks like a "v" and resembles another letter, the upsilon.
Interesting Facts About the Greek Language
The Longest Word
The longest word in Greek is the name of a fictional dish. The word was created by Aristophanes in one of his comedies.
The Greek diaspora, which can be found in Western Europe, Canada, the United States, Argentina, Australia, Brazil and other countries, is also using Greek on a daily basis.
Greek has significantly influenced Western culture, including literature and languages.