Greek Symbols

Alpha Symbol in Greek Alphabet

Alpha (uppercase Α; lowercase α) is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. The Greek alphabet is the ancestor of modern languages and is derived from the Phoenician alphabet. Like the other Greek letters, alpha is commonly used in chemistry, engineering, physics, mathematics, and science. Etymologically, alpha came from aleph (the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet), meaning "ox" in Phoenician. The uppercase letter alpha is A and the lowercase letter alpha is α. In the Greek numeral system, the letter was taken as the symbol of 1 (one). It presents the first/the beginning. In ancient Greek, alpha was pronounced either short or long "a". (Ᾱᾱ, Ᾰᾰ)

Greek Capital Letter Alpha Symbol

Α Α

Alpha symbol decimal

Α Α

Alpha symbol hex

Α &‌Alpha;

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Greek Small Letter Alpha Symbol

α α

Alpha symbol decimal

α α

Alpha symbol hex

α &‌alpha;

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Alpha Symbol Entity Codes Table

Alpha Symbol NameSymbolDecimalHex EntityHtml Entity
Greek Capital Letter AlphaΑ&‌#913;&‌#x0391&‌Alpha;
Greek Small Letter Alphaα&‌#945;&‌#x03B1&‌alpha;

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