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Ancient Greek Alphabet

upsilon
Greek letter uppercase Phi.svg Greek lc phi.png
chi
Φ φ
Ancient Greek: φεῖ
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NounEdit

phi (plural phis)

  1. The twenty-first letter of the Classical and Modern Greek, the twenty-third letter of Old and Ancient.
  2. A visual illusion caused by lights turning on and off in a sequential pattern that implies motion.
  3. (mathematics) The symbol for the golden ratio.

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NounEdit

phi m (plural phi)

  1. phi (Greek letter)

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phi m (invariable)

  1. phi (Greek letter)

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NounEdit

phi m (plural phi)

  1. obsolete spelling of fi (used in Portugal until September 1911 and died out in Brazil during the 1920s).

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phi

  1. (of horses) gallop