N-a definition

(banking) No account.
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Denoting excitement, surprise, or shock.
  • At the end of an exclamatory sentence.
    What a beautiful day!.
  • Replacing a period at the end of a declarative sentence.
    I had no idea!.
  • Following a question mark at the end of an interrogative sentence.
    How is that possible?!.
  • At the end of an interjection that is set off by dashes or parentheses.
    After he finished his drink — his fifth! — he left the room.
  • In parentheses; see (!).
    After he finished his fifth drink (!), he left the room.
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(chess) Indicates a good move.
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(botany) Placed after a herbarium abbreviation to indicate that the mentioned material held there has been examined directly by the author.
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(computing, in many programming languages) A Boolean negation, the not operator, serving to invert the truth value of what follows.
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(computing, e-mail) Formerly used as a separator between hostnames in an e-mail address for the purpose of routing a message (called bang path notation).
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(computing, IRC) Used as a separator between a user's nickname and ident.
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(Internet, fandom slang) Used to join a descriptor with its referent; usually a character or relationship.

She particularly prefers to read fanfiction about hurt!Spock.

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(mathematics) Factorial.

5! = 5 × 4 × 3 × 2 × 1

"five factorial equals…"

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Dramatization of the ! punctuation.
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(chess) A very good move.
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(mathematics) Double factorial.
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Not equal to.
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(chess) In algebraic notation, an interesting move that may not be the best.
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“ (opening quotation mark)
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” (closing quotation mark)
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״ (gershayim)
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〃 (ditto mark) Used in lists or tables to indicate a repetition of appropriate content above.
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″ (double prime, as in inches)
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(used everywhere except in the Philippines) Abbreviation of peso.
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Abbreviation of dollar.
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(figuratively) A substitute for the letter S or a space or hyphen used as a symbol of (perceived) greedy business practices.

"Micro$oft Window$"

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(programming, PHP) Prefix indicating a variable.
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(programming, BASIC) Suffix indicating a string.
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(programming) Hexadecimal.
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(computer science, parsers, regexes) End of line or end of input.
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The percent; portion of a total of 100.
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(computing) Used as a wildcard, to stand for zero or more characters.
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(computing, programming) Used as the symbol for the modulus, placed between two numbers, to get the remainder of the division of those numbers.
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’ (apostrophe) or ‛ (leading apostrophe)
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‘ or ’ (both the opening and closing single quotation marks)
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ˈ (IPA primary stress)
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ʼ (IPA diacritic for ejective consonant)
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׳ (Hebrew geresh)
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ʻ (Hawaiian okina).
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(mathematics) ′ (prime symbol)
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' (foot length unit symbol)
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Begins supplemental information.

Sen. John McCain (R., Arizona) spoke at length.

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(mathematics) Begins a mathematical phrase that has increased precedence in terms of operators.

2/(3+8)

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Begins a parenthetical phrase.

I gave it to Fred (who was going there anyways) before I left.

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Begins denoting an alternative option for a preceding word.

Go get the dog(s) - Here, s is a common shorthand for the plural dogs.

A variable with persistence that is currently above (below) its mean will tend not go below (above) its mean for some time.

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Represents a mouth vertically aligned, in order to form emoticons.
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Draws attention to a particular statement, or suggests that the writer thinks it remarkable or nonsensical.

Despite his bizarre claims that all feminists are rapists (!), his paper has some salient points.

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Marks a dubious statement.
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Indicates confusion.
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Symbol used to substitute parts of a quotation that are deliberately omitted.
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Ends supplemental information.

Sen. John McCain (R., Arizona) spoke at length.

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(mathematics) Ends a mathematical phrase that has increased precedence in terms of operators.

2/(3+8)

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Ends a parenthetical phrase.

I gave it to Fred (who was going there anyways) before I left.

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Ends shorthand for indicating that something can be singular or plural.

Go get the dog(s)

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Separates a number and an item in a list.

1) New York, 2) London, 3) Paris.

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Represents a mouth vertically aligned, in order to form emoticons.
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(text messaging) Star.
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(text messaging) Replacing the sounding /-ɑː(r)/ (star) on any word that has this pronunciation or similar.

E.g. *t (start), *fish (starfish), *g8 (stargate)

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Separates items in a list.

She sells dogs, cats, and birds.

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Separates clauses in a sentence.
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Separates coordinate adjectives.

The dull, incessant droning.

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Sets off quoted material that is the grammatical object of an active verb of speaking or writing.

Mr. Kershner says, "You should know how to use a comma."

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Separates the year in a date.

Feb. 14, 1987, was the target date.

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Separates a region from a geographic place within.

Austin, Texas.

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Separates the surname from given name when the traditional order is the reverse.

Smith, John.

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Separates title from a name.

John Smith, PhD.

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Marks elision.

The cat was white; the dog, brown. (Here the comma replaces was.)

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Marks a noun or pronoun used independently when speaking to some person, place or thing.

I hope, John, that you will read this.

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The thousands separator used in some countries.

I have 1,258 flags.

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The decimal separator used in some countries.

Le debo €7,14. - I owe you €7.14

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‐ (hyphen)
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− (minus sign)
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Any of the dashes: ‒, –, —, ―
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(chemistry) A single bond.
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Informal form of — (em dash) in use due to technical restrictions or convenience of entry.
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(programming) Decrement by 1 in certain programming languages such as C and Java.
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Archaic spelling of -ae.
suffix
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Used on words borrowed from other languages, especially French, as a reminder that the final "e" is not silent.

Café, resumé

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Alternative form of .
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An incomplete question, usually for emotional effect.
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Indicates a pause longer than the comma and shorter than a period/full stop.
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Represents two eyes vertically aligned, the lower one blinking, in order to form emoticons.
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An emoticon written at the end of a sentence, indicating the sentence is meant as jocular.
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(chemistry) A double bond.
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(lexicography) The same form as the headword.

Sheep pl. =

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(informal) The same as; equal to.

A wireless keyboard = a keyboard without a wire.

Vulpes vulpes = red fox.

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An emoticon representing the face of a cat.
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(chess) A dubious move, but not easily refuted.
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(chess) A blunder.
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At a rate of (so much each)

15 items @ $10

@ 80 km/h (at eighty kilometres per hour)

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(informal, neologism) At (any sense)

@ 20°C (at twenty degrees Celsius)

Text message: "im @ school."

preposition
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(text messaging) Replacing the sounding /æt/ on any word that has this pronunciation or similar.

E.g. d@ (that), c@ (cat), @end (attend), b@ (bat), f@ (fat), h@ (hat)

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(US, Internet slang) Ass. Used to bypass swearing filters in online games.
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(text messaging) Up at.
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An East Asian smiley emoticon.
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(computing) A backquote or backtick, which, like a quotation mark, encloses text.
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Used at the end of sentence to denote sarcasm.
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The symbol for cent or cents.
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Symbol for pound sterling.
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Symbol for other currencies called pound or lira.
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(typography) The louse or sputnik, used as a generic currency symbol when a specific local currency sign is not available in a certain font.
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The symbol for yen, the currency of Japan.
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The symbol for the yuan, the currency of China.
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(computing) Designation of a pipeline.
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(computing) A union.
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(computing) A logical or bitwise “or” operation.
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Volume II, Article IV, § 5, ¶ 2.

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Plural form of §Double section sign indicating that reference to multiple sections will follow.
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Left guillemet or left angle quote.
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(logic) Not.

(x ≠ y) ↔ ¬(x = y)

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An emoticon representing an annoyed look.
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Indicates that the preceding mark (phrase, name, or picture) is a registered trademark or service.
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Degree, as used in angle or arc measure.
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Hour of time.
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Rod (unit of measure)
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(sciences) The plus-minus sign, indicating the tolerance or statistical margin of error of a quantity.
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(mathematics) Either value as a result of addition or subtraction.

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More or less.
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(chess) Advantage for white.
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(typography) Superscript three.
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(mathematics) Cubed.
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Beginning of a section of text.
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Beginning of a paragraph.
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Plural form of
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(mathematics) The product operator.

7 · 8 = 56

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(mathematics, UK, rare) A decimal point.

3·14

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(mathematics, vectors) The dot product operator.

(1,2,5) · (3,4,−1) = 6

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(Gregg shorthand) The letter a.
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(mathematics) Indicates what elements can vary.

If we have f(x,y) we can analyze the properties of f(·,y) which is a function of x found by fixing a particular y.

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Right guillemet or right angle quote.
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Fast forward.
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(mathematics) One fourth, one quarter.
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(mathematics) One half.
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(mathematics) The symbol for three quarters.
symbol
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(computing, Internet) Special characters.

I'm trying to read ÆØÅ from a text file with C#

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(computing, Internet) Special [characters]

I get an error when I am trying to write ÆØÅ characters.

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(Internet, nonstandard, used in tags) Norwegian or Danish; of or pertaining to Norway or Denmark.

#Norway #Norwegian #ÆØÅ

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Uppercase letter eth, which is related to d and dh.
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(arithmetic) Multiplication.

7 × 8 = 56

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(set theory, category theory) Cartesian product, categorical product.

{1,2} × {3,4} = {(1,3),(1,4),(2,3),(2,4)}

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(linear algebra) Vector product, cross product.

(1,2,5) × (3,4,−1) = (−22, 16, − 2)

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Representing the hybridization between two different taxa.
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A letter O with a stroke. Used as vowel in some Scandinavian alphabets.
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(mathematics) Alternative form of (the empty set).
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(linguistics) A symbol for a null form commonly used instead of ∅: one that is never expressed in speech or writing, but that appears to play a grammatical role; for example, English may be said to have a usual plural suffix -s and a zero plural suffix for some nouns such as sheep and Portuguese.
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(music) An indicator that a seventh chord is half diminished.
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Alternative capitalization of ÆØÅ.
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Lowercase letter eth, which is related to d and dh.
letter
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(mathematics) Division.

6 ÷ 2 = 3

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A vowel in some Scandinavian alphabets and an umlaut in eastern Middle Low German handwriting.
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(IPA) Close-mid front rounded vowel.
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(obsolete) The letter kra, formerly used in Greenlandic, but superseded in 1973 by q.
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The letter eng, originally a ligature from the letters N and G.
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The letter eng.
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The letter b with a stroke, used in the Old Saxon alphabet to represent /v/.
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(phonology, dated) Phonetic beta, β.
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The letter B with a hook, used in the Zulu and Pan-Nigerian alphabets.
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The letter B with a top bar, formerly used in the orthography of the Zhuang language.
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The lowercase letter b with a top bar, formerly used in the orthography of the Zhuang language.
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A letter of the African reference alphabet, preceded by O and followed by P, and representing /ɔ/.
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The letter C with a hook, used in the African reference alphabet.
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The letter c with a hook, used in the African reference alphabet.
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The letter D with a tail, used in the African reference alphabet, where it comes after Ḏ and before Ɗ.
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The letter D with a hook, used in the pan-Nigerian alphabet, where it comes between D and E.
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The letter d with a top bar, used in the orthography of the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986
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(phonology, obsolete) A lowercase delta rotated 180 degrees, used to represent a labialized alveolar fricative.
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A letter of the pan-Nigerian alphabet, coming between E and Ẹ
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The upper-case Latin letter schwa.
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The upper-case Latin epsilon, a letter in the African reference alphabet occurring between E and Ǝ
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A letter based on the italic form of F.
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The uppercase letter G with a hook, used in the African reference alphabet.
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A letter of the African reference alphabet representing the voiced velar fricative, and coming between G and H.
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A letter of the African reference alphabet coming between I and J.
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The uppercase barred letter I, used in the orthography of some African languages.
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The uppercase barred letter K, coming between K and L in the African reference alphabet and pan-Nigerian alphabet.
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The lowercase barred letter K, coming between K and L in the African reference alphabet and pan-Nigerian alphabet.
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(phonetics, dated) The lowercase barred letter L, represents: ɬ.
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The Latin letter barred lambda, used as Americanist linguistic symbol representing an alveolar lateral affricate (/t͡ɬ/).
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An uppercase letter N with a hook leading to the left; used in various languages to represent a palatal nasal.
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(linguistics, obsolete) A phonetic character used to represent the syllabic n of Japanese.
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An uppercase barred letter O, used in various alphabets including the Uniform Turkic Alphabet and in the African reference alphabet, where it comes between T and U.
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The letter gha, formerly included in the orthographies of many Turkic languages.
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The letter gha, formerly included in the orthographies of many Turkic languages.
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The upper-case letter P with a hook, used in writing certain African languages.
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The upper-case letter P with a hook, used in writing certain African languages.
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The upper-case letter esh, used in the Pitman alphabet and in writing certain African languages.
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(phonology, obsolete) A labialized palatoalveolar or palatal fricative.
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(phonology, obsolete) A palatalized alveolar or dental stop.
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The capital letter T with a hook on the right or left of the top bar; used in writing certain African languages.
letter
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The lower-case letter t with a hook on the the top bar; used in writing certain African languages.
letter
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The upper-case letter T with a retroflex hook at the bottom, used in the orthography of various African languages.
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The upper-case Latin upsilon, used in the alphabets of certain African languages.
letter
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A letter resembling an italic V with a hook, used in the alphabets of certain African languages to represent the voiced bilabial fricative, β.
letter
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The capital letter Y with a hook, used in the African reference alphabet to represent a palatalized glottal stop, ʔʲ.
letter
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The letter y with a hook, used in writing various languages of West Africa.
letter
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A letter of the pan-Nigerian alphabet, coming between e and ẹ.
letter
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The letter O with stroke and acute.
letter
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The letter o with stroke and acute.
letter
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The letter d with a curl.
letter
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A symbol.
symbol
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Minuscule form of Ȣ
letter
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The letter a turned.
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(IPA) Near-open central vowel.
symbol
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The letter Latin alpha.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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The letter b with a hook.
letter
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symbol
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A letter of the African reference alphabet, preceded by O and followed by P, and representing /ɔ/.
letter
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symbol
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The African d, the letter d with a tail.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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The letter d with a hook used in some African languages.
letter
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symbol
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The Latin letter schwa.
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(IPA) Mid-central unrounded vowel.
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A symbol of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), representing a rhotacized schwa (schwar).
letter
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A letter of the African reference alphabet, preceded by E and followed by Ǝ, and representing /ɛ/.
letter
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The letter g with a hook.
letter
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symbol
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(IPA) Voiced velar plosive. Often called the “open-tailed g”.
letter
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The letter G in small caps.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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A letter of some African alphabets representing voiced velar fricative.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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(IPA) Close central unrounded vowel (as in English roses)
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A letter of the African reference alphabet coming between i and j.
letter
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The letter I in small caps.
letter
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(IPA) Near-close near-front unrounded vowel.
symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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The letter m with a hook.
letter
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symbol
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A letter based on n.
letter
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(IPA) Palatal nasal.
symbol
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The IPA symbol for the retroflex nasal.
symbol
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The letter N in small caps.
letter
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symbol
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A letter based on o.
letter
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symbol
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(IPA) Open front rounded vowel.
symbol
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(obsolete, replaced by ʊ) A symbol of the IPA, representing a near-close near-back rounded vowel.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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The letter r with a tail used in several Sudanese languages.
letter
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symbol
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(IPA) Alveolar flap or tap.
symbol
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(phonetics, dated) A certain apical vowel pronounced with friction, found in various Chinese languages.
symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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The Latin letter squat reversed esh, used as Sinologist linguistic symbol representing an apical retroflex unrounded vowel, IPA(key): [ʐ̩].
symbol
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A symbol of the IPA.
symbol
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(obsolete) A symbol of the International Phonetic Alphabet, representing a dental click.
symbol
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The letter t with a retroflex hook.
letter
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symbol
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The letter u with a stroke.
letter
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symbol
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(IPA) Near-close near-back rounded vowel.
symbol
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The lower-case Latin upsilon, used in the alphabets of certain African languages.
letter
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A letter based on an italic form of v, or v with a hook.
letter
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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The letter Y in small caps.
letter
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(IPA) Near-close, near-front rounded vowel.
symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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symbol
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(obsolete) The letter turned k, formed from a k turned upside down, a phonetic symbol representing a voiceless uvular stop (IPA: [q])
letter
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(obsolete) The letter turned k, formed from a k turned upside down, a symbol of the International Phonetic Alphabet, representing a velar click.
letter
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symbol
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The letter q with a hook.
letter
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symbol
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(obsolete, IPA) Voiced alveolo-palatal affricate.
symbol
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symbol
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(obsolete, IPA) Voiceless alveolo-palatal affricate.
symbol
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letter
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A mark used for transliteration of Cyrillic Ь.
symbol
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The Unicode character Modifier letter prime (U+02B9).
symbol
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A mark used for transliteration of Cyrillic Ъ.
symbol
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The IPA primary stress mark.
symbol
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(IPA) Secondary stress mark.
symbol
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The IPA long-vowel and geminate-consonant mark.
symbol
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(IPA) Half-long.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating more rounded articulation.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating less rounded articulation.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating raised articulation.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating lowered articulation.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating advanced articulation.
symbol
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(IPA) A modifier indicating retracted articulation.
symbol
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(combined with other characters) Dot above.
symbol
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(music) An indicator that a seventh chord is diminished.
symbol
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symbol
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(phonetics) Diacritic, written atop vocalic characters to denote its nasalisation.
symbol
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A modifier letter of the International Phonetic Alphabet indicating a velarized consonant or vowel.
symbol
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(IPA) A symbol representing an extra-high (top) tone.
symbol
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(IPA) A symbol representing a high tone.
symbol
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(IPA) A symbol representing a mid tone.
symbol
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(IPA) A symbol representing a low tone.
symbol
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(IPA) A symbol representing an extra-low (bottom) tone.
symbol
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(orthography, numerals) The Greek lower numeral sign diacritical mark, which is used for identifying Greek numbers greater than 999.

͵βthe Greek number representing: 2,000

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(orthography) The Greek tonos (τόνος) diacritical mark.

Στην γλωσσολογία ο τόνος είναι ένα διακριτικό σημείο.In linguistics the tonos is a diacritical mark.

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A glyph combining the Modern Greek dialytika and tonos.
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A glyph combining the Ancient Greek diaeresis and oxia.
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(mathematics) "such that"
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Used in the Cyrillic numeral system to indicate that the following number is to be multiplied by one thousand.
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Origin of n-a

  • Abbreviation of Latin libra 'pound'. The symbol is derived from the mediaeval tradition of placing a stroke over a letter or letters of a word (in this case L) to indicate an abbreviation; when letters have ascenders like L, the stroke frequently passes through that ascender. £ is thus cognate with the pound sign #, which was similarly derived from lb with a stroke through the ascenders.

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  • An adaptation of the Ancient Greek and Modern Greek letter γ (“gamma”). In Greek, γ in most contexts represents a voiced velar fricative, and has done since Koine Greek, which is why it was chosen as the IPA letter to represent that sound (in Ancient times, in Attic Greek, γ represented [ɡ], like the English g).

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  • $ appears to have evolved ca 1775 in the United States from a common abbreviation for pesos, also known as piastres or pieces of eight, a P/raised-S ligature PS that passed through a stage resembling ֆ. It was used in the US before the adoption of the dollar in 1785.

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  • Typographical simplification, particularly due to the use of typewriters, thence followed in computers: rather than having separate opening (“) and closing (”) quotation marks (other keys for ″ and others), a single square key was used, to reduce the number of keys.

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  • May derive from a Latin Io, with the I written over the o, placed at the end of an exclamation to mark it as such. The Io may either be an abbreviation for interiectiō (“interjection”), or else the interjection (“hey!”).

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  • The Italian printer Aldus Manutius established the practice of using the semicolon mark to separate words of opposed meaning, and to indicate interdependent statements. The earliest, general use of the semicolon in English was in 1591.

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  • Reversed (backwards) version of the lowercase lunate epsilon ϵ. Introduced by Giuseppe Peano in 1889 in "Principles of arithmetic, presented by a new method" .

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  • A graphic variation of the Fraktur capital letter cee, ℭ, an abbreviation of Latin Capitulo (“heading”).

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  • From o/c, from No/c, an abbreviation of Italian numero per cento "number per hundred".

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  • The ; represents two eyes vertically aligned, the lower one winking, and the ) represents a smile.

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  • From SS, abbreviation for Latin signum sectionis “section sign”.

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  • Originally a ligature of ng in mediaeval Icelandic.

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  • The last three letters of the Danish and Norwegian alphabets.

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  • Introduced by Isaac Pitman in his 1847 Phonotypic Alphabet

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  • Obtained by rotating the circumflex: (ˆ) 180°.

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  • Based on a or on the Greek α

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  • The letter h rotated 180°.

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  • ; + )

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  • Based on j.

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  • Based on q

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