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Iota (; uppercase Ι, lowercase ι; Greek: ιώτα) is the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet. It was derived from the Phoenician letter Yodh.

Iota Phi Theta

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated (ΙΦΘ, or Iotas) is a nationally incorporated, historically African-American, collegiate fraternity.

Iota (singer)

iOTA (born 1968 or 1969 as Sean Hape) is a New Zealand-Australian singer-songwriter and actor. As a musician he has issued six studio albums and was nominated for Best Independent Release for The Hip Bone Connection (1999) at the ARIA Music Awards of 2000. He has won four Helpmann Awards: Best Male Actor in a Musical in 2007 for Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2006 Australian cast) and Best Cabaret Performer, Best New Australian Work and Best Original Score for his work in Smoke and Mirrors in 2010.

Iota Orionis

Iota Orionis (ι Orionis, abbreviated ι Ori) is a multiple star system in the equatorial constellation of Orion the hunter.

Iota Aurigae

Iota Aurigae (ι Aurigae, abbreviated Iota Aur, ι Aur), officially named Hassaleh , is a star in the northern constellation of Auriga.

Iota Draconis

Iota Draconis (ι Draconis, abbreviated Iota Dra, ι Dra), also named Edasich , is a star in the northern circumpolar constellation of Draco.

Iota Boötis

Iota Boötis (ι Boo, ι Boötis) is a star system in the constellation Boötes. It has the traditional name Asellus Secundus (Latin for "second donkey colt") and the Flamsteed designation 21 Boötis.

Iota Aquilae

Iota Aquilae, Latinized from ι Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila.

Iota Draconis b

Iota Draconis b, formally named Hypatia (pronounced or ), is an exoplanet orbiting the K-type giant star Iota Draconis about 101.2 light-years (31 parsecs, or nearly 2.932×1014 km) from Earth in the constellation Draco.

Iota Herculis

Iota Herculis (ι Herculis, ι Her) is a fourth-magnitude variable star system in the constellation Hercules, consisting of at least four stars all about 139 parsecs (450 ly) away.