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moors breaking the media masonry codes & governance for the moorish american empire delta (n.) c. 1200, name of the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet (equivalent to our D), which was shaped like a triangle. The name is from Phoenician daleth “tent door.” Sense of “triangular island or alluvial tract between the diverging branches of the mouth of a great river” is because Herodotus used it of the delta-shaped mouth of the Nile. It was so used in English from 1550s and applied to other river mouths, of whatever shape, by 1790. Related: Deltaic; deltification. source: etymonline omicron (n.)15th letter of the Greek alphabet, c. 1400, literally “small ‘o,’ ” from o + Greek (s)mikros “small” (see micro-). So called because the vowel was “short” in ancient Greek. Compare omega. (o) fifteenth letter of the alphabet, from a character that in Phoenician was called  ‘ain (literally “eye”) and represented “a very peculiar and to us unpronounceable guttural” [Century Dictionary]. The Greeks also lacked the sound, so when they adopted the Phoenician letters they arbitrarily changed O’s value to a vowel. (Thus there is no grounds for the belief that the form of the letter represents the shape of the mouth in pronouncing it.) The Greeks later added a special character for “long” O (omega), and the original became “little o” (omicron). source: etymonline
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