Psilo means "little", therefore epsilon is "little E" or "short E". The letter began in Semitic as "heh", for the "H" sound, or rough aspirate. Their alphabet did not have a letter for this vowel (or most others), so the Greeks used it instead for the short "e" sound, and used a reverse...
This article is about the Greek letter. For other uses, see Epsilon (disambiguation). Epsillyon (uppercase Ε, lowercase ɛ or lunate ϵ; Greek: Έψιλον)
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