A letter sent (very) far. Think at telescope (I see far), television (I see from far), telekinesis ( I move from far) etc.
In I.P.A.: /ˈɣra.ma/ The /ɣ/ sound can't be found in English, so have a look here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_velar_fricative It's like the Spanish "amigo".
CA/US keyboard, type: To gramma m
Greek keyboard, type: To gr;amma m
'Μυ/μι' Greek name
'Mee' English name
'Μυ' is the 12th letter of the Greek alphabet
Astonishing that you didn't get an answer. You can easily teach your computer to handle the Greek alphabet. Then you switch between Greek and your original keyboard with alt-shift or a mouse click on the language icon. Just google for "adding different language" keyboard, or have a look here: https://www.wikihow.com/Add-Another-Language-to-Your-Computer-Keyboard
So then what constitutes the difference between "mi" and the "mu" I was taught in grade school? Is it the difference between "μ" and "Μ?"
The difference is that in English our names for the Greek letters are pronounced differently than they are in modern Greek.
Hello everyone, I am completely new to this language, can someone please tell me, what is te M standing for? And rge actual meaning of this sentence...? Thanks