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How do you pronounce MU or μ?


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2010-05-28 16:20:46
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The Greek letter μ is pronounced "mee."

Ancient Greek pronunciation: [my:] or "mee"

Modern Greek pronunciation: [mi] as in mill

Common English pronunciation: [myoo] as in mutation

Measurement pronunciation: "micro-" (example: µm is pronounced "micrometre")

When this letter is used in a Greek word, it makes the same sound as the latin "m"


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