Definition of Omikron
1. omicron [n -S] - See also: omicron
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Literary usage of Omikron
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Initials and Pseudonyms: A Dictionary of Literary Disguises by William Cushing (1885)
"omikron. Francis Patrick Kenrick, who, in 1828, wrote a series of articles in an ironical vein to the Rev. Dr. Blackburn, who had opposed his church on the ..."
2. Initials and Pseudonyms: A Dictionary of Literary Disguises by William Cushing (1885)
"Dr. Blackburn, who had opposed his church on the subject of the Eucharist, in a number of articles signed " Omega," entitled, " Letters of omikron to ..."
3. The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham (1855)
"This came to be omikron (—little o), Q-mikron, omikron; this being, mutatis mutandis, the change that converted E into Epsilon. The history, however, of the ..."
4. Hermes by Ernst Willibald Emil Hübner, Georg Kaibel, Carl Robert, Friedrich Leo, Georg Wissowa (1867)
"omikron und Omega werden aber hier durch das Zeichen O ausgedrückt, während die eben genannten Inschriften ... Das O oder Θ für omikron steht auch in der ..."
5. Ethnology by Augustus Henry Keane (1896)
"Even the letters of late introduction, such as epsilon, omikron, omega, bearing pure Greek names, do not escape this philological crucible, omikron, ..."