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ETA (separatist group)

Eta (Η, η) is the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet.

Eta or ETA may also refer to:

Contents

  • Organisations 1
  • Science and technology 2
  • Other uses 3
  • See also 4

Organisations

Science and technology

Other uses

  • Eta (given name), a feminine given name
  • European Technical Assessment of the European Organisation for Technical Approvals for construction products
  • Eta (glider), a German glider
  • Eta, derogatory term for the Burakumin in the Japanese feudal era
  • 'eta, a letter or glottal stop in the Tahitian languages
  • Eta, a snack food brand owned by Griffin's Foods
  • Estimated time of arrival, frequently abbreviated to ETA.

See also

  • Eta Carinae, a highly luminous hypergiant double star
  • Eta conversion or η-conversion, the idea of extensionality in lambda calculus
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