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The use of this Phoenician letter for a vowel sound is due to the early Greek alphabets , which adopted the letter as O "omicron" to represent the vowel /o/ . The letter was adopted with this value in the Old Italic alphabets , including the early Latin alphabet . In Greek, a variation of the form later came to distinguish this long sound ( Omega , meaning "large O") from the short o (Omicron, meaning "small o"). Greek omicron gave rise to the corresponding Cyrillic letter O and the early Italic letter to runic ᛟ .


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