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Greek Alphabet Quiz

You shouldn't have to be in a frat or sorority to name at least a few Greek letters. But if you are, can you name them all?
  • Ancient Greek, not modern
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Aug 23, 2015
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+1
level 55
Jun 24, 2010
15/24. I was never in a frat, but have traveled to Greece.
+1
level 17
Jul 25, 2010
Had to memorize the Greek alphabet while pledging my sorority, so this was an easy one for me.
+1
level 28
May 10, 2018
all i knew was from percy jackson haha!
+2
level 28
Oct 2, 2010
I learned a song.
+1
level 21
Jan 5, 2013
hahahaha me too
+1
level 31
Mar 16, 2018
I didn't learn a song, and I got 9
+1
level 22
May 13, 2018
i did too.
+1
level 23
Mar 6, 2011
I studied Greek.
+2
level 44
Mar 19, 2011
i have alpha beta and omega so far...
+1
level 15
May 17, 2011
easy. 3 siblings & 2 parents all in frats & sororities
+3
level 20
May 31, 2011
Not that hard if you've taken a lot of physics and math. Not sorority/fraternity required.
+1
level 7
Jun 1, 2011
easy as alpha beta gamma!!!!!!!!!! LOL
+1
level 7
Jun 1, 2011
whooo done it! 56 secs to go
+1
level 35
Sep 14, 2012
did it with 2 minutes 16 to go someone try beat that
+1
level 14
Dec 11, 2012
2:26 :)
+1
level 28
Jan 5, 2013
2:28
+1
level 21
Jan 5, 2013
2:40 left
+1
level 35
Oct 28, 2013
2:49
+1
level 47
Nov 24, 2013
2:17 :P
+1
level 11
Apr 7, 2014
2:18 left
+1
level 22
Sep 21, 2014
2:37 left
+1
level 39
Jan 5, 2015
4:00 :)
+1
level 20
Jan 26, 2015
2:46
+1
level 23
Mar 11, 2015
2:15 :D
+1
level 16
Apr 3, 2015
2:49 easy cheese
+1
level 16
Apr 3, 2015
2:51
+1
level 17
Apr 4, 2015
241 D
+1
level 11
Oct 2, 2015
4:05 :)
+1
level 50
Oct 13, 2015
2:26 remaining. It helps that during rush (when hazing was still permitted) we had to recite the Greek alphabet while holding a burning match.
+1
level 21
Nov 21, 2014
2:45
+1
level 8
Jun 7, 2011
Taking chemistry, watching Futurama and being in a sorority made this one easy.
+1
level 35
Jun 24, 2011
Five years removed from the match test as a pledge and I still got it.
+1
level 6
Jul 13, 2011
4 semesters of Greek, and I forgot how to spell Rho
+1
level 13
Jul 20, 2011
Four seasons of the TV show Greek taught me what I knew, which was a little more than half.
+1
level 5
Aug 3, 2011
I spelt Pi wrong i put pie and was wondering why i wasnt getting it on the list
+2
level 16
Jan 7, 2013
Surely you had to put the letters 'P' and 'I' in to spell "Pie" so it would have been accepted before you'd have even finished spelling "Pie"...
+1
level 27
Sep 28, 2014
Actually, if you type fast sometimes you can enter a letter before the word you typed gets accepted. In that case, you will be left with pie :D
+1
level 48
Feb 13, 2016
I could go for some pie
+1
level 5
Aug 3, 2011
lol
+1
level 49
Aug 26, 2011
Quite pleased with my 15/24 as I am English and didn't study sciences or maths!
+2
level 57
Feb 18, 2016
How did you not study math? Did you go to school?
+1
level 56
Aug 30, 2011
I always forget Tau! Remembered it with 20 seconds left.
+1
level 50
Jul 16, 2014
Vi Hart is ashamed.
+1
level 29
Sep 16, 2011
What is the connection between Greek letters and fraternities/soroities?
+1
level 27
Sep 12, 2012
They're all named after greek letters.
+1
level 10
Nov 19, 2013
There are meanings behind the letters of fraternities and sororities.
+5
level 73
Jan 5, 2015
The two most popular frats at my campus were I Felta Thigh, and I Tappa Keg.
+1
level 57
Feb 18, 2016
Well done, sir.
+1
level 74
Jan 2, 2017
ander217 is a woman.
+2
level 13
Nov 8, 2015
pledging.
+1
level 20
Sep 19, 2011
14/24 - we don't have fraternities/sororities here, so I've only heard of the odd letter that's used in maths (or from watching an American movie featuring a sorority)
+1
level 33
Oct 16, 2011
100% with 2:30 left.
+1
level 34
Nov 16, 2011
Thank you Phi Mu Alpha! Zeta Sigma '05!
+1
level 48
Jun 10, 2016
Oh hey, a Sinfonian!
+1
level 16
Nov 19, 2011
cant believe i forgot chi D:
+1
level 7
Dec 6, 2011
With the letters I'd have got them all.
+1
level 5
Dec 12, 2011
100% with 2:16 left. YES.
+1
level 29
Dec 20, 2011
Where's digamma? or sampi? :-p
+1
level 41
Jan 18, 2012
Thank you math lol!!
+1
level 16
Feb 7, 2012
makes me think back to those awfaul moments of my teacher stamping it into my head.. did get them all correct tho :)
+1
level 5
Mar 11, 2012
24/24 just from highscool classes andi been out of school for three years
+1
level 17
May 28, 2012
24/24 with 2:03 left and i've studied greece once...
+1
level 5
Oct 1, 2012
6/24 said i had to memorize this in seventh grade. (100%)
+1
level 16
Oct 4, 2012
am 12 and i got them all with 2:25 left
+1
level 6
Mar 6, 2016
am 10 and I got them all with 2:05 left
+2
level 28
Jun 16, 2016
Heavens! Why on earth do children keep revealing their age online? Didn't your parents teach you better? You seem like intelligent children being that you can recite a foreign alphabet yet you don't know not to reveal personal information online...
+1
level 25
Jul 8, 2016
@helen +1!
+1
level 73
Jul 26, 2016
While I agree that everyone, especially kids, should be cautious about posting personal info online, I really doubt there's much danger with putting a user name and an age in the comments section of a quiz site. Cyber criminals are clever, but not clairvoyant!
+2
level 58
Aug 21, 2016
am 6 months old and got them all with 10:56 left
+1
level 32
Nov 19, 2012
Thanks to Chemistry and Physics, I got 15.
+1
level 17
Dec 7, 2012
I LOVE GREEK MYTHOLOGY!!!! YAY! Especially Athena!!!!!!!!!! Wait, that's not related to the alphabet. Well, I got 100%!!!!!!
+2
level 39
Apr 29, 2015
Ha! I love you! :D
+1
level 39
Apr 29, 2015
I just have to say... Athena is awesome... almost as awesome as Ghost Rider, a.k.a. me... and I love it when people say totally random things... and I love ... as you can see... HA! I'm weird as weird can be. It's also late. And I'm a bit hyper... so... yeah.
+1
level 49
Aug 9, 2016
Yay! I agree!
+1
level 34
Jan 5, 2013
I don't know why I memorized this in school some 30 years ago. Still remember them all. Got it with 1:57 left because of my typing speed.
+1
level 21
Jan 5, 2013
2:40 left
+1
level 29
Jan 6, 2013
Memorized it when I was bored in study hall and had finished my homework.
+1
level 15
Nov 25, 2016
same bro, used to re do my maths exams in roman numerals
+1
level 47
Jan 7, 2013
Thanks to Revenge of the Nerds, I got Lambda
+1
level 60
Jan 7, 2013
The thing hardest for me here was spelling them in English.
+1
level 50
Jan 5, 2017
Same! I know all the letters by heart but have rarely seen many of them spelled out in English.
+1
level 58
Jan 6, 2017
Agreed. I mean, what the hell is Upsilon? I ended up using a dictionary to look up the English spelling.
+1
level 22
Jan 26, 2013
Omikron is spelled with a k, not a c.
+1
level 40
Jul 23, 2015
No.
+1
level 57
Jul 5, 2016
In English it is 'Omicron', in other languages like German and Dutch it is indeed 'Omikron'.
+1
level 21
Jan 13, 2017
both are correct. both should be allowed
+1
level 46
Jan 15, 2017
Agreed. Omikron is the only way I have ever seen it written down, and I'm American. It's actually more correct than omicron because "mikron" is the English transliteration of the Greek for little ("mega" is big, therefore, "little o" and "big O"). The only letter that makes a C sound in Greek is Kappa, which is always transliterated as a K.
+1
level 9
Jan 22, 2017
But we don't say "Mikrosope," we say "microscope." English-users transcribe "Μικρον" as "micron," so "όμικρον" should be "omicron."
+1
level 73
Jan 30, 2013
Curse you Upsilon!!!
+1
level 29
Feb 25, 2013
Cod you accept "Ro" for "Rho" and "Jota"/"Yota" for "Iota"?
+1
level 45
May 6, 2013
No
+1
level 73
May 28, 2014
What about Yoda for Iota? Greek alphabet I know...hrrrmmmmm?
+1
level 50
Jul 16, 2014
That's great. That is so, so great.
+1
level 28
Jun 16, 2016
I have heard it both Jota and Iota, like in Oedipus his mother is sometimes Jocasta and sometimes Iocaste, both should accepted
+1
level 9
Jan 22, 2017
That's because the "I" in Iota makes the "ee" sound in Greek. So Iota sounds like Yota.
+1
level 46
Jan 15, 2017
I don't know, cod you?
+1
level 57
Jul 20, 2017
Well no, because the Latinized form of these letters couldn't have had a j until late in the empire. It would have been Iota through and through.
+1
level 20
Apr 29, 2013
I know the Greek alphabet my heart, but my spelling was way off
+1
level 10
May 1, 2013
i am greek so it was easy for me.. apart from the fact that i had to type them in english characters \
+1
level 43
Aug 12, 2017
I've studied Greek for decades and I still can't master the drawing of the letters......glad it's not Hebrew.
+1
level 44
May 5, 2013
i only got three...
+1
level 32
Aug 13, 2017
Same...
+1
level 14
May 20, 2013
I'm greek and I still didn't get 3 right. I tried every way of writing μ,ν,υ, and never imagined they're written mu, nu and upsilon. I even went for m'ih.
+2
level 4
Nov 29, 2013
I never understood why in English they totally change the pronunciation of the actual Greek letters (in Greek)!? B is pronounced Veeta (Vita) not Beta M & N are not Miu (it is not like the sound of a cow!) & Niu (not like new!!). M is pronounced like Me (me/he/she). N is the same, it is pronounced Ne (like the beginning of the word NEither) P(Π) is not a pie and it is not pronounced like that either! It is Pee, like you want to do #1. If anyone goes to Greece and tries to spell Greek letters the way they are teaching them in English, I guarantee you no one will understand a word! This is the proper way to spell and pronounce the A-B: Alfa Veeta Gamma Delta (actually Thelta since the Word D is the combination of N+T in Greek hense not part of Δ which really sounds like the beginning of the word The) Epsilon Zeeta Theeta Iota Kappa Lamba Me Ne Xe Omikron Pee Ro Sigma Taf Ypsilon Fee Chee Psee Omega !!!
+1
level 45
Sep 23, 2014
Well, as a French who studied old greek back at school, I'd say that we are mostly teached old greek, not modern greek. And the prononciations are not all the same, our teachers often recalled us. Plus old greek is not teached for conversations, so for exemple the way to prononce the letters names is less relevent. I guess if you take a modern greek course, you would have to learn precisely the modern way to prononce them.
+3
level 45
Sep 23, 2014
Old greek studies don't necessarily concern modern greek studies, like learning latin is not all related to learning italian. If you take the latin alphabet, in french we don't prononce the letters the same way they do in english or in german. So don't take it personally as a greek speacker. :)
+3
level 33
Jan 6, 2015
Cedo, what the op says, is right. The names of letters in the quiz are totally wrong. He has spelled them correct, (if you can really spell letters in a foreign language) contrary to those that exist in the quiz. Your teachers could be wrong you know. Ancient greek, indeed included some other letters, and pronounced WORDS differently. NOT letters. The letters of the modern greek alphabet, that date back to those that existed at those times, retain their name. In any case, M is and WAS pronounced close to "Me" like in the sentence "he told me I was wrong". It was never pronounced close to Mu/miu or whatever. PS. I live in Greece, modern greek is my native language, and ancient greek is taught in our schools for many grades, and by many teachers. No one, simply no one could accept pronouncing M as Mu whatever the situation could be. Even wikipedia supports this... P.S. Let's face it, this quiz needs to be modified a bit.
+1
level 73
Jul 26, 2016
Reading this comment string, it seems the quiz instructions should be modified to ask how Greek letters have been traditionally rendered in English. While (apparently) incorrect, the spellings (and their associated pronunciations) in the quiz mimic essentially all English-language math and science textbooks where Greek letters are used.
+2
level 50
Jan 5, 2017
@Hermes Perhaps that is the case, but these are all correct spellings. English, Spanish, and French, for example, are all based on the Latin alphabet, but each language has slightly different pronunciations of the name for each letter. The pronunciation of the Greek letters in this quiz may be incorrect for a Greek speaker, but this is their correct Anglicized form.
+1
level 43
Aug 12, 2017
Tell your kids not to correct the math teacher when he/she pronounces π as pie. It angers them.
+1
level 20
Dec 8, 2017
i so totally agree, and whether it's "old" or "new" greek, the pronunciation does not change. The alphabet from old to new greek did not change, the words changed
+1
level 50
Mar 18, 2018
But the pronunciation of letters in the alphabet has changed. I have always learned that β in Ancient Greek made the same sound as the letter B, but today it is pronounced differently.
+1
level 34
Dec 18, 2013
Only missed tau.
+1
level 37
Dec 20, 2013
I got bored once so I decided to memorize it
+1
level 14
Dec 22, 2013
24/24 took me a while to remember but got there in the end lol
+1
level 2
Jan 23, 2014
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQVoz-HX2cA for anyone who doesn't get this and fails the game go watch this amazing video trust me i learned all of them after i heard this and share the story also enjoy:)
+1
level 14
Jan 23, 2014
Loved it!
+1
level 25
Mar 6, 2014
Have no idea why, but a long, long time ago, someone dared me to memorize the Greek alphabet. I did so. For some bizarre reason, I cannot forget the thing!
+1
level 21
Apr 12, 2014
All those years of studying greek in Bible College paid off.
+1
level 43
Jan 27, 2018
Me, too.
+1
level 29
Apr 18, 2014
Got it with 2:11 left
+1
level 4
Apr 18, 2014
I remember as a student in elementary school that my older brother, in university was studying greek philosophers, and one of his books had the Greek alphabet at the back of the text. I took it upon myself to memorize it. It's amazing how it came back to me. I got them all but some spellings slowed me down. P.S. I am now 66 years old, so that was a while back.
+1
level 25
May 3, 2014
Got 24/24. Watched this a couple of days ago: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQVoz-HX2cA
+1
level 1
May 8, 2014
αβγδεζηθικλμνξοπρστυφχψω this is the greek alphabet im from greece
+1
level 10
Sep 13, 2017
The golden ratio is not a Greek letter
+2
level 39
Oct 9, 2017
Yes it is
+1
level 24
May 13, 2014
im only 15. Yet im shocked I get perfect within 30 seconds.
+10
level 20
Sep 13, 2017
Wow, and I'm like, shocked that I almost care.
+2
level 52
Nov 9, 2017
+1
+2
level 15
Jan 10, 2018
+1
+1
level 73
May 16, 2014
At my school, pledges had to sing the entire Greek alphabet while marching in line, everywhere they went. There wasn't a person in my dorm, Greek or Indie, who couldn't sing that annoying song in our sleep! I'm surprised I had 2:21 left. Should have gotten it even faster.
+1
level 55
Jun 23, 2014
I'm a Greek-American and I knew the alphabet but not how to spell the words like you AMERICANS spell them :). Good quiz anyways.
+4
level 37
Aug 1, 2014
Makes it kinda ironic your username is Yankee
+2
level 41
Jul 30, 2017
Yeah. It should be iankee. That should at least be an accepted variation.
+1
level 7
Jul 31, 2014
>_> thank you Percy Jackson series/Heroes of olympus, because I got only 5 right T-T
+1
level 37
Aug 1, 2014
Thank you, Red vs Blue!
+1
level 16
Sep 7, 2014
TKE
+2
level 10
Oct 5, 2014
well I'm a Greek but it's so damn difficult to spell the letters in english since I only know them in greek..i only got 21 shame on me!
+1
level 8
Dec 4, 2014
Yeah, i'm greek too. Had to use my imagination for some of the spelling but got them all.
+1
level 40
Dec 6, 2014
I'm currently taking chemistry, physics, algebra two, and probability & statistics. Everything we use in those classes I got. (Except pi... I forgot pi.)
+1
level 33
Dec 6, 2014
holy crap, remembered the obvious four of course, as well as Xi from old Scrabble dictionaries.
+1
level 6
Dec 7, 2014
so cool
+1
level 74
Jan 5, 2015
Being a physicist, this was easy. I almost forgot theta, our favorite letter for angles, though...
+2
level 74
Jan 2, 2017
Anyway, some alternate spelling could be accepted : Khi for Chi, Ksi for Xi, Ypsilon for Upsilon.
+1
level 50
Jan 5, 2017
I'd like to see them accept α for alpha, β for beta, γ for gamma, δ for delta, etc. That would be hilarious
+1
level 28
Jan 5, 2015
Knew them all, but couldn't spell Xi. Oh well. 23/24
+1
level 19
Jan 5, 2015
yep yep winner
+1
level 44
Jan 5, 2015
Only reason I got these is because of Spectrobes.
+1
level 19
Jan 23, 2015
wut that
+1
level 28
Jan 6, 2015
This was a great quiz!
+1
level 19
Jan 6, 2015
ez as pi
+1
level 19
Jan 6, 2015
1:54 O.O
+1
level 19
Jan 6, 2015
testing testing 1234567890
+1
level 19
Jan 6, 2015
cool
+1
level 16
Jan 7, 2015
I'm such a loser, i only got "alpha" "omega" "delta" "pi" and "beta"
+1
level 19
Jan 23, 2015
r u serious
+1
level 19
Jan 23, 2015
no your not
+1
level 25
Jan 9, 2015
I have no idea what frats or sororoties are, but I studied Greek and got them all. Some have been anglicised, though, which made it a bit trickier.
+1
level 73
Jan 2, 2017
Most fraternities are societies at American colleges and universities, though not all are college-related. Most fraternities are for males and sororities are the female equivalent. The first one was named Phi Beta Kappa, and most have followed that tradition and used Greek letters for their names. Some are social, some are professional societies. On college campuses one is either "Greek" or Independent. One usually requests to be a member of the social fraternities, then members decide who to accept as pledges. Pledges formerly went through a hazing process before being accepted as a full member but most campuses have outlawed severe hazing. Professional fraternities may require a specific major or GPA to join and are usually co-ed. (At least this is how it was when I went to college during the Dark Ages. Things may all be different now.)
+1
level 39
Dec 18, 2017
Yeah, now the hazing ritual just involves drinking yourself to death!
+1
level 19
Jan 23, 2015
i have an awesome scent of sensation on the greek alphabeta geta it ha not really a good 1
+1
level 14
Jan 25, 2015
Darn, it didn't take Illuminati.
+1
level 34
Feb 5, 2015
9 yrs old, 100%, 2:30 :) yay
+1
level 6
Mar 6, 2016
Splendid!
+1
level 6
Feb 27, 2015
Love the quiz!!!
+1
level 6
Mar 3, 2015
2:45!!!
+1
level 2
Mar 15, 2015
did it with 2:17 left that means i did it in 33 secs
+1
level 57
Apr 4, 2015
I am greek and I misspelled three letters.
+1
level 18
Apr 8, 2015
great quiz
+2
level 19
Jul 17, 2015
Hope u have a fantastic day every1
+1
level 19
Aug 1, 2015
Since I'm more mature and older than before I wish u all a fantastic day
+1
level 8
Sep 9, 2015
As a former math major that also took ancient Greek (reading the Illiad) I'm very embarassed to only get 21. Totally forgot xi and chi were different letters. Theta and Psi are obvious now that I see the answer. Argh!
+1
level 20
Oct 13, 2015
EEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSYYYYYYYY! 1:38!
+1
level 57
Nov 22, 2015
14/24 and the ones I knew I got from math and Brave New World.
+1
level 9
Dec 1, 2015
Great quiz, i knew them all but i couldn't spell them
+1
level 19
Dec 24, 2015
Nice Quiz
+1
level 47
Jan 2, 2016
When I pledged a fraternity, back in the dark ages, we had to hold a burning match and say the Greek alphabet before the flame got to our fingers. I learned fast, and have never forgotten!
+1
level 65
Feb 24, 2018
Man that sounds really stupid!
+1
level 15
Jan 27, 2016
Take that! I'm 13 and I beat most of you!
+1
level 57
Feb 18, 2016
24/24 with 2:19 left and I'm a sophomore in high school.
+1
level 48
Feb 21, 2016
όλα αυτά πήρε με 2:38 υπόλοιπες
+1
level 43
Feb 7, 2018
συγχαρητήρια
+1
level 6
Feb 27, 2016
Hey, I had to cheat and barely completed in time and I am greek. Probably it has to do with the fact that it uses the barbaric prnounciations. cheeeeers!
+1
level 25
Mar 4, 2016
Greek letters are easy to remember but very unnatural to type. (since it's obviously not english)
+1
level 6
Mar 6, 2016
I am less then 11 years old and I got everything correct with a 2:05 minutes left.
+1
level 21
Apr 5, 2016
Physics calculus and fraternities made this very easy
+1
level 7
Jun 11, 2016
0 LOL
+1
level 41
Jun 22, 2016
Sigh, a former math major and I still managed to miss zeta, rho, iota, and psi.
+1
level 21
Jun 27, 2016
I tried "Xsi", "ksi", ... and then gave up to find that it is "Chi". never thought of this combination.
+1
level 74
Jan 2, 2017
Ksi = xi. There is no "s" sound in "Chi".
+1
level 25
Jul 8, 2016
Alpha Beta Charlie?
+1
level 19
Aug 1, 2016
0:49 100%
+1
level 43
Aug 26, 2016
Ε καλά, ευκολάκι ήταν αυτό. Δεν ξέρετε τι λέω, χοχοχο, γεια σας παιδιά.
+1
level 50
Jan 5, 2017
I'll be able to read it someday. Google Translate suggests that you think I don't know what you're saying, but obviously that's not the most reliable source.
+1
level 57
May 24, 2017
Sounds perfectly fine to me. I did not know what konos was saying until I let Google translate it.
+1
level 43
Feb 7, 2018
"Eh, well, this was easy peasy. You don't know what I'm saying, hohoho, hello guys"
+1
level 3
Sep 11, 2016
great quiz
+1
level 3
Sep 11, 2016
am 9 and got them with 2:35 left starting with 3
+1
level 64
Sep 26, 2016
Thank goodness my father was in a fraternity and I learned some of these letters
+3
level 57
Jan 2, 2017
He knew it would help you tremendously succeed later in life.
+1
level 67
Nov 30, 2016
Please accept Feta for Cheese. It's delicious.
+2
level 37
Dec 7, 2016
I'm a fetus and I got them all with 10 days left
+1
level 57
Jan 2, 2017
You forgot the last letter, "sir"
+1
level 57
Jan 4, 2017
Can't there be one for q? Quota?
+1
level 43
Feb 7, 2018
There used to be Koppa, by which q was probably inspired, but it got dumped. Poor Koppa...
+1
level 15
Feb 6, 2017
If you are/were ever in a Fraternity...this should be a cakewalk, as with most, it's drilled in your head for eternity wether you want to remember it or not :)
+1
level 27
Feb 10, 2017
yoz wuz goood im a drunck boi frum jeli iland end i liek peppur becuz it remids meh of teh tiem i wuz a fetus that sexually idetified as uh arhoarn and i liek teh smel of wahtur becuz it remynds meh of wen i wuz a kar. ppl actchualy thingk I luhk liek jorge ezruh. witch i kind of agreeee with becuz i do. Yu no i achshually smel liek porck, is pritty kool. bi frend
+1
level 27
Feb 10, 2017
I am so sorry
+1
level 13
May 2, 2017
Perfect with 1:01 left!
+1
level 13
May 2, 2017
I also memorized the greek alphabet
+1
level 2
May 22, 2017
10 out of 10 would play again. Best use of three days I must tell you.
+1
level 55
Jun 7, 2017
got them all thanks to 'xwing vs, tie fighter', unequivocally the greatest experience of my life
+1
level 17
Jun 10, 2017
Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Omega... yah, thats it.
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level 43
Jul 22, 2017
glad we don't have to write the greek characters. I did well in Greek, but was always graded down slightly for my penmanship. And don't even ask me about Hebrew or Aramaic.
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level 29
Jul 31, 2017
Never learned the greek alphabet but got 8 simply from my memory of fraternity and sorority names lol
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level 21
Sep 13, 2017
i know most of them because of my math lessons
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level 63
Sep 29, 2017
The hint "Ancient Greek, not modern" is misleading. The alphabets of ancient and modern Greek are identical. Plus, the names of the letters are identical. The only problem is that what you're looking for is not hte letter names, rather than the translations the american educational system has chosen to use on the letter names. Please clarify it.
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level 34
Nov 20, 2017
You should add omikron as a type in for omicron
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level 21
Dec 16, 2017
1:37 left
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level 2
Feb 9, 2018
The thing is that some of the names make you pronounce the letter rong. For example in Greece 'Mu' is pronounced as 'Mi' and 'Nu' as 'Ni' also 'Tau' is misnderstood for 'Taf'
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level 20
Apr 5, 2018
13/24. I had 10 of them I could remember, but then I used a cheat. Thank you COMMENTS!!!!! Quizmaster, having the comments button while taking the quiz is a cheat to every quiz. Just wanted to let you know.
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level 20
Apr 5, 2018
Thank you comments for giving me three more! 13/24 with the help.
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