Origin of digamma
Related formsdi·gam·mat·ed [dahy-gam-ey-tid] /daɪˈgæm eɪ tɪd/, adjective
Examples from the Web for digamma
Certain prominent historical differences between Aeolic and Ionic (the digamma and α) are known to be unoriginal.
As you place your hat upon a dust-covered volume which lies in the window, you catch the title, '—— on the Digamma.'
I don't care a straw for Greek particles, or the digamma; no more does his mother.The Lighter Side of School Life|Ian Hay
Sometimes the sound of the digamma is given, we are told, where the character itself 31 is not written.The Roman Pronunciation of Latin|Frances E. Lord
Although the digamma escapes our salt, somewhere he lurks on the lonely mountains.Chimney-Pot Papers|Charles S. Brooks