See also: Ϝ, Appendix:Variations of "f", Appendix:Variations of "u", Appendix:Variations of "v", and Appendix:Variations of "y"
Derived from its majuscule counterpart Ϝ, from the Phoenician letter 𐤅, waw.
ϝ • (w)
- Lower case digamma, the sixth letter of the early Greek alphabet. Its name was probably ϝαῦ (waû), later δίγαμμα (dígamma), and it represented a voiced labial-velar approximant: /w/. It is preceded by ε and followed by ζ.
ϝ • (transliteration needed) (lowercase, uppercase Ϝ) (archaic, obsolete)
- The letter δίγαμμα (dígamma).