Greek Alphabet with pronunciation

αalphaæl-fə
βbetabee-tə (UK), bei-tə (US)
γgamma-mə
δdeltadel-tə
εepsiloneps-ill-ən or ep-sigh-lonn (UK), eps-ill-aan (US)
ζzetazee-tə (UK), in the US more commonly zei-tə
ηetaee-tə (UK), in the US more commonly ei-tə
θthetathee-tə or thei-tə (in the US; both with ‘th’ as in think)
ιiota – I-oh-tə (‘I’ pronounced like ‘eye’)
κkappa-pə
λlambdalæm-də
μmumyoo
νnunyoo
ξxiksaai (as in sick sigh) or zaai
οomicron – oh-my-kronn (UK), aa-mə-kraan or oh-mə-kraan (US)
πpipaai (the same as pie)
ρrhoroh (rhymes with go)
σsigmasig-mə
τtautaa’u (rhyming with cow) or taw (rhyming with saw)
υupsilon‘ups’ as oops, ʌps or yoops, ‘ilon’ as ill-on or I’ll-ən
φphifaai (as in identify)
χchikaai (as in kite)
ψpsipsaai (as in top side) or saai (as in side)
ωomegaoh-meg-ə or oh-mɪg-ə (UK), oh-mey-gə or oh-meg(US)
Taken from here, and I have a pleasure to express my deep gratitude to Jacub Marian.

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