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Pi (uppercase Π, lowercase π and ϖ; Template:Lang-el Template:IPA-el) is the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, representing the sound Template:IPA. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 80. It was derived from the Phoenician letter Pe (16px). Letters that arose from pi include Latin P, Cyrillic Pe (П, п), Coptic pi (Ⲡ, ⲡ), and Gothic pairthra (𐍀).

Uppercase Pi

The uppercase letter Π is used as a symbol for:

In science and engineering:

Lowercase Pi

The lowercase letter π is used as a symbol for:

[[File:Polyamory Pride Flag.svg|thumb|right|The earliest polyamory pride flag design, created by Jim Evans in 1995, in which the lowercase letter π stands for the first letter of polyamory.]]

  • Polyamory (in the earliest polyamory pride flag design, created by Jim Evans in 1995, pi stands for the first letter of polyamory).




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