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Alpha vs. Alfa

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  • Alpha (noun)

    The name of the first letter of the Greek alphabet (Α,  α), followed by beta. In the Latin alphabet it is the predecessor to A.

  • Alpha (noun)

    The name of the symbols Α and α used in science and mathematics, often interchangeable with the symbols when used as a prefix.

  • Alpha (noun)

    The return of a given asset or portfolio adjusted for systematic risk.

  • Alpha (noun)

    A person, especially a male, who is dominant, successful and attractive; (see alpha male).

  • Alpha (noun)

    Alphabet.

  • Alpha (noun)

    The first versions of a program, usually only available to the developer, and only tested by the developer.

  • Alpha (noun)

    The level of translucency of a color, as determined by the alpha channel.

  • Alpha (noun)

    The significance level of a statistical test; the alpha level.

  • Alpha (adjective)

    Designates the first in an order of precedence.

    "I am the alpha male."

  • Alpha (adjective)

    female archetype.

  • Alpha (adjective)

    Designates some bright star, usually the brightest star, of a constellation.

    "When space travel becomes feasible, I plan to visit Alpha Centauri."

  • Alfa (noun)

    The letter A in the ICAO spelling alphabet

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  • Alpha (noun)

    The first letter in the Greek alphabet, answering to A, and hence used to denote the beginning.

  • Alfa (noun)

    A plant (Macrochloa tenacissima) of North Africa; also, its fiber, used in paper making.

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