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Definition of Iota subscript

Iota subscript
They never depart an iota from the authentic formulas of tyranny and usurpation. --Burke. Iota subscript (Gr. Gram.), iota written beneath a preceding vowel, as a,, h,, w,, -- done when iota is silent.

Meaning of Iota subscript from wikipedia

- The iota subscript is a diacritic mark in the Gr**** alphabet shaped like a small vertical stroke or miniature iota ⟨ι⟩ placed below the letter. It can...
- 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...
- (official since the 1960s), the grave was replaced by the acute, and the iota subscript and the breathings on the rho were abolished, except in printed texts...
- words, the so-called iota subscript, which has the shape of a small vertical stroke or a miniature ⟨ι⟩ below the letter. This iota represents the former...
- one implementation defines a canonical order of breathing, accent, iota subscript. In some implementations, the ordering of the accents can determine...
- ἀ), as well as combinations of these. It can also combine with the iota subscript (ᾳ). In the Attic–Ionic dialect of Ancient Gr****, long alpha [aː] fronted...
- were abbreviated in Gr**** using lambda with modified forms of the iota subscript ⟨λͅ⟩. These are variously encoded in Unicode. The Ancient Gr**** Numbers...
- Matthew 5:18 are iota and keraia (Gr****: κεραία). Iota is the smallest letter of the Gr**** alphabet (ι); the even smaller iota subscript was a medieval...
- at 0x80, the same location which it was added to in Windows-1252. An iota subscript (ͺ) was also added to ISO 8859-7 at 0xAA; this remains unallocated in...
- which reflects the pronunciation of Biblical and later Gr**** (see iota subscript). As for long-element υ diphthongs, common Gr**** methods or grammars...