κ

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κ U+03BA, κ
GREEK SMALL LETTER KAPPA
ι
[U+03B9]
Greek and Coptic λ
[U+03BB]
𝜅 U+1D705, 𝜅
MATHEMATICAL ITALIC SMALL KAPPA
𝜄
[U+1D704]
Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols 𝜆
[U+1D706]

Translingual edit

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κ

  1. (chemistry) the compressibility of a compound
  2. (mathematics) A cardinal number.

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Ancient Greek edit

Alternative forms edit

  • ϰ (cursive)

Etymology edit

Derived from its majuscule counterpart Κ.

Letter edit

κ (k) (lowercase, uppercase Κ)

  1. Lower-case kappa (κάππα), the tenth letter of the ancient Greek alphabet. It represented the voiceless velar plosive /k/. It is preceded by ι and followed by λ.

Derived terms edit

See also kappa

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Greek edit

Letter edit

κ (k) (lowercase, uppercase Κ)

  1. The lower case letter kappa (κάππα), the tenth letter of the modern Greek alphabet.

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Noun edit

κ (k)

  1. Abbreviation of κύριος (kýrios): Mr
  2. Abbreviation of κυρία (kyría): Mrs, Ms

Synonyms edit

  • κα (ka, Mrs)

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