- epping forest,
- epsom and ewell,
- epsom salt
Origin of epsilon
Examples from the Web for epsilon
A pilot comes back from Epsilon Eridani, for example, and insists on giving everybody left-handed salutes.Next Door, Next World|Robert Donald Locke
Epsilon Lyr, which is the northern one of these two stars, may be used as a test of keen eyesight.Astronomy for Young Folks|Isabel Martin Lewis
I dreamed they all committed suicide because Epsilon was too good for them.
Turn your glass upon the star shown in the map just above Mu (μ) and Epsilon (ε).Astronomy with an Opera-glass|Garrett Putman Serviss
The fact still remains that Epsilon had better be habitable or Pan-Asia will scream we're hogging it.
Word Origin for epsilon
from Greek, literally e psilon "bare -e-, -e- and nothing else," in contradistinction to the diphthong -ai-, which has the same sound. Greek psilon "smooth, simple" is of uncertain origin.