Origin of theta
Examples from the Web for theta
As vice president of Theta, I was tasked with figuring out how to get members more involved.
In Scientology parlance, good news is theta news; entheta is the opposite.
You understand me—you know what is lacking; finish my 'Theta' and tell the world I died at work upon it.
"Theta" he called this piece of canvas, which was a large square painting representing, in the foreground, the death of Socrates.
Next to Aldebaran in the V is the interesting double star Theta, which we can see as two distinct stars without a telescope.Astronomy for Young Folks|Isabel Martin Lewis
The Latin language, wanting both the sound of the Greek theta, and the sign to express it (θ) rendered it by th.The English Language|Robert Gordon Latham
The Theta Gammas wrote her down as material for a quaint little, quiet little dig,—not of sorority interest.Stanford Stories|Charles K. Field
British Dictionary definitions for theta
Word Origin for theta
Word Origin and History for theta
eighth letter of the Greek alphabet; in ancient Greece, written on ballots to indicate a vote for a sentence of "death" (thanatos), hence occasional allusive use for "death."