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From Late Latin alphabētum < Ancient Greek αλφάβητος (alphabētos), from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet, alpha (Α) and beta (Β), from Phoenician aleph 𐤀 (“‘ox’”) and beth 𐤁 (“‘house’”), so called because they were pictograms of those objects.
- The set of letters used when writing in a language.
- The Greek alphabet has only twenty-four letters.
- In the first year of school, pupils are taught to recite the alphabet.
- (computer science) A, normally finite, set of distinguishable symbols.
- Let <math>L</math> be a regular language over the alphabet <math>\Sigma</math>.
- alphabetic, alphabetical
- alphabet soup
- alphanumeric, alphanumerical
- Cyrillic alphabet
- Greek alphabet
- Latin alphabet
- Phoenician alphabet
- phonetic alphabet
- Roman alphabet
- Romanian alphabet
- Russian alphabet
- Ukrainian alphabet
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