If now in turn we take our four-inch glass, we shall see something else in this strange family group of ε Lyr.
Alnilam (al-ni-lam´), ε Orionis, "a belt of spheres or pearls."
Next look at Epsilon (ε), and you will find near it two seventh-magnitude companions, making a beautiful little triangle.
Let the ( ¯ ) be used to distinguish η from ε, and ω from ο, and in no other case.
The student should note especially the strange gap between α, γ, and ε Cygni.
They marked the “first mansion of the moon,” and ε, δ, and ρ the second mansion.
Draw JBA perpendicular to the lines of action, and let ε be the angle of rotation.
Signs for distinguishing the long and short vowels, as ε and η, ο and ω.
He also says that the star ω Tauri is exactly midway between A and ε, which is again correct.
Close to ε a famous temporary appeared suddenly May 12, 1866, as a second-magnitude star.
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.
The Greek letter epsilon. Entries beginning with this character are alphabetized under epsilon.
The symbol for molar absorption coefficient.
epsilon ep·si·lon (ěp'sə-lŏn', -lən)
Symbol ε The fifth letter of the Greek alphabet.
The fifth in a series.
Of or relating to the fifth member of a particular ordered set.
Relating to or characterizing a polypeptide chain that is one of five types of heavy chains present in immunoglobins.