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Character containing [greek]

µmicro: micro sign greek mu
·middot: middle dot (Georgian comma, Greek middle dot)
ΑAlpha: Greek capital letter Alpha
ΒBeta: Greek capital letter Beta
ΓGamma: Greek capital letter Gamma
ΔDelta: Greek capital letter Delta
ΕEpsilon: Greek capital letter Epsilon
ΖZeta: Greek capital letter Zeta
ΗEta: Greek capital letter Eta
ΘTheta: Greek capital letter Theta
ΙIota: Greek capital letter Iota
ΚKappa: Greek capital letter Kappa
ΛLambda: Greek capital letter Lambda
ΜMu: Greek capital letter Mu
ΝNu: Greek capital letter Nu
ΞXi: Greek capital letter Xi
ΟOmicron: Greek capital letter Omicron
ΠPi: Greek capital letter Pi
ΡRho: Greek capital letter Rho
ΣSigma: Greek capital letter Sigma
ΤTau: Greek capital letter Tau
ΥUpsilon: Greek capital letter Upsilon
ΦPhi: Greek capital letter Phi
ΧChi: Greek capital letter Chi
ΨPsi: Greek capital letter Psi
ΩOmega: Greek capital letter Omega
αalpha: Greek small letter alpha
βbeta: Greek small letter beta
γgamma: Greek small letter gamma
δdelta: Greek small letter delta
εepsilon: Greek small letter epsilon
ζzeta: Greek small letter zeta
ηeta: Greek small letter eta
θtheta: Greek small letter theta
ιiota: Greek small letter iota
κkappa: Greek small letter kappa
λlambda: Greek small letter lambda
μmu: Greek small letter mu
νnu: Greek small letter nu
ξxi: Greek small letter xi
οomicron: Greek small letter omicron
πpi: Greek small letter pi
ρrho: Greek small letter rho
ςsigmaf: Greek small letter final sigma
σsigma: Greek small letter sigma
τtau: Greek small letter tau
υupsilon: Greek small letter upsilon
φphi: Greek small letter phi
χchi: Greek small letter chi
ψpsi: Greek small letter psi
ωomega: Greek small letter omega
ϑthetasym: Greek theta symbol
ϒupsih: Greek Upsilon with hook symbol
ϖpiv: Greek pi symbol

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