LiteraryGreekString: lower-case mappings

UnicodeASCII
αa
βb
γg
δd
εe
ζz
ηh
θq
ιi
iota subscript| (“pipe” character)
κk
λl
μm
νn
ξc
οo
πp
ρr
σs
τt
υu
φf
χx
ψy
ωw

A note on terminal sigma

Terminal sigma is a non-semantic presentational variant of the letter sigma determined by word position. When a Greek string is constructed from Unicode code points, code point 962 (terminal sigma) is mapped to ASCII s. When a Greek string is constructed from an ASCII representation, the sequence s is mapped to ς . Otherwise, s is mapped to code point 963 (initial or medial sigma).