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The links on this page are done a bit strange, both the symbol and the Canon name are linked to the same article. because the pronunciation is the name of the article and truly canon, I've left those as links.
It should be noted that alpha, beta, gamma, and delta are the first four letters of the greek alphabet; they're not exactly words.
Greek letters Edit
The letters M, N, and T are pronounced Mi, Ni, and Taph, respectively. In the page are Mu, Nu and Tau. Is there any reason for that, or can I change it? (I am Greek, that's how I know about this)– Spock2266 22:10, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- That may be how they are pronounced in Greece, and in their modern form, but the version used in at least the United States, and used in science, they are Mu, Nu, and Tau. Check their respective wikipedia articles for more information. Even if that was not the case, the versions used in Star Trek (and therefore the canon versions) are Mu, Nu, and Tau. --OuroborosCobra talk 22:16, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- Yes, the only times Greek language was referenced it was in reference to the ancient versions, the newer versions are relevant in the real world, but not relevant to a canon star trek database. -- Captain MKB 22:22, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
Ah, OK then.– Spock2266 06:20, 18 April 2007 (UTC)