Iota, derived from the Greek letter "iota" or "ÃŽÂ¹," refers to a tiny amount or a minuscule quantity. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are words that denote the exact opposite or the absence of iota. These antonyms include abundance, bounty, expanse, plenitude, plenty, and profusion, among others. All these words describe a large number, extensive quantity or a significant amount. The polar opposite of iota is abundance or surplus, which implies great quantity or an excess of something. These antonyms to iota provide us with the means to precisely describe the absence or presence of a large or small amount of something, depending on the context in which they are used.
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- combine, join.