iota[ ahy-oh-tuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF iota
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IOTA
On and ousia are only ion with an iota broken off; and ouk on is ouk ion.
He doesn't spare the horror of the thing one iota, but it "gets one right."
One would not detract an iota from the achievements of these gallant adventurers.
She should not, however, permit herself to fail in one iota of her duty.
It was on the Wednesday night that the Iota crossed to Etretat.
Then, after staggering and trembling, the Iota came on an even keel.
It is all pure conjecture, he says, and there is not an iota of proof in it.
There was not an iota of stinginess in his habitual economy.
Not, mind you, that I like or esteem him one iota the less, for what you tell me.
Every iota of cleverness must be given to find a way out of Schloss Szolnok.