from "iota" the name of the smallest letter in the Greek alphabet, similar to a Latin "i" without the dot. The Greeks borrowed the letter and the name from Phoenician yod "hand" which also referred to the tenth letter of the Phoenician alphabet, with which the word began. The same root turns up in Hebrew yodh "hand." English jot "a tiny bit" comes from the same Greek word, with the European pronunciation of "j" [y] converted to the English pronunciation of the letter [j].zarre
Translate the Français term iota to other languages
"sar e suzan i"
=> ne pas changer d'un iota