Iota

I*o"ta

(?), n. [L., fr. Gr. 'iw^ta. See Jot.]
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1. The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet () corresponding with the English i.
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2. [from iota being the smallest letter in the Greek alphabet.] A very small quantity or degree; a jot; a particle.
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They never depart an iota from the authentic formulas of tyranny and usurpation.
Burke.
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Iota subscript (Gr. Gram.), iota written beneath a preceding vowel, as a,, h,, w,, -- done when iota is silent.
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