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The Brill Typeface User Guide

& Complete List of Characters


Version 2.06, October 31, 2014
Pim Rietbroek
Preamble
Few typefaces if any allow the user to access every Latin character, every IPA character, every diacritic,
and to have these combine in a typographically satisfactory manner, in a range of styles (roman, italic, and
more); even fewer add full support for Greek, both modern and ancient, with specialised characters that
papyrologists and epigraphers need; not to mention coverage of the Slavic languages in the Cyrillic range.
The Brill typeface aims to do just that, and to be a tool for all scholars in the humanities; for Brills authors
and editors; for Brills staff and service providers; and finally, for anyone in need of this tool, as long as it is
not used for any commercial gain.*
There are several fonts in different styles, each of which has the same set of characters as all the others.
The Unicode Standard is rigorously adhered to: there is no dependence on the Private Use Area (PUA),
as it happens frequently in other fonts with regard to characters carrying rare diacritics or combinations
of diacritics. Instead, all alphabetic characters can carry any diacritic or combination of diacritics, even
stacked, with automatic correct positioning. This is made possible by the inclusion of all of Unicodes
combining characters and by the application of extensive OpenType Glyph Positioning programming.
Credits
The Brill fonts are an original design by John Hudson of Tiro Typeworks. Alice Savoie contributed to Brill
bold and bold italic. The black-letter (Fraktur) range of characters was made by Karsten Lcke. Valuable
advice about the Greek and about the Cyrillic designs was graciously given by Gerry Leonidas and by
Maxim Zhukov, respectively. We are grateful to beta testers David Beck, Uwe Blsing, Hein van der Voort.
Software requirements
The Brill fonts basically work on all modern computer systems, both PC and Mac. The PC operating
system should be at least MS Windows XP; Macs should have OSX v. 10.4 or newer. [We have not tested
the Brill fonts on Linux systems.] More advanced features of the Brill fonts Opentype features such as
true small caps, ligatures, stylistic sets are available in some applications but not in others. For instance,
MSOffice Word versions 2010 (Windows) and 2011 (OSX) support ligatures, provide access to stylistic sets,
and to alternate number forms and spacing; earlier versions of Word do not and true small caps are still
not accessible in MSWord, in any version. Page layout programs like Adobe InDesign provide the fullest
support. On OSX, especially from v.10.6.x, many OpenType features are available to programs like TextEdit
and Nisus Writer Pro through the operating systems Typography palette (accessible through the gear
button in the Fonts panel); Mellel uses its own mechanism.
The list of characters
Below, you will find an exhaustive list of characters contained in the Brill fonts. The major subdivisions are:
Latin
Ordered alphabetically as far as possible. Following Z, characters like thorn, yogh, wynn, vend, ezh, glottal
stop.
Combining characters, spacing modifier letters, and similarly-shaped characters and marks
This section clusters characters by shape. Near the end of this section, sundry arrows can be found.
*Please consult the Brill typefaces End User License Agreement, available on the Brill typeface web
page, which spells out the complete and exact conditions of use.
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Digits, numbers, and mathematical operators, plus similarly-shaped characters


This section also contains roman numerals.
Punctuation marks, plus similarly-shaped characters
Marks with similar shapes are clustered together.
Various symbols
A miscellany. Metrical symbols are found here, as well as religious symbols, and celestial symbols.
Greek
All Greek characters, accents, breathings, punctuation marks, numeral signs, editorial symbols, metrical
symbols, acrophonic numerals, and papyrological symbols.
Cyrillic
Modern Slavic Cyrillic, with in addition a few historical characters like yat.
How to use Unicode values
Your keyboard will not show keys for all the characters contained in the Brill fonts. In order to key some
of them, like Greek or Cyrillic, your physical keyboard can be switched in software to produce these
characters. But that still leaves many difficult to access, unless one uses the Insert Symbol command in MS
Word (Windows), or OSXs Character Palette. A quicker way to insert characters for which no keyboard
equivalent exists is to use the Unicode hexadecimal character number. The characters in the list are all
preceded by a four- or five-figure hexadecimal number. (Hexadecimal or base-16 numbers run from 0
to 9 and then up from A to F.) These are the unique code values (Unicodes) of each character.
On PCs, in MS Office programs, one types the four- or five-figure number and then immediately after that
presses AltX, which replaces the code with the character. Typing AltX again will toggle it back to the code.
OSX allows the user to input hexadecimal values directly with the Unicode Hex keyboard layout. This
needs to be activated once via System Preferences Language & Text Input Sources: checkmark next
to Unicode Hex Input. If it was not active before, a keyboard menu appears in the menu bar towards the
right. To use it, first choose Unicode Hex Input, press down the Option key (sometimes called Alt), key
the four-character hexadecimal code, and let go of the Option key: the character appears. (Unicode Hex
Input does not accept five-character hexadecimal codes. If you need characters from this higher range,
please use the Character Palette.)
How to use combining diacritics
Any alphabetic character can carry one or more diacritics above or below. First, the base character is keyed,
then any diacritics. These diacritics are combining, i.e., they have zero width of their own and they are
positioned above the preceding character. When a base character carries one diacritic above and one below,
add the diacritic above first, before the diacritic below. When there is more than one diacritic on one end of
a base character, the order is extremely important: add the diacritic closest to the base character first and
then work outward; this goes equally for diacritics above and below. In the examples below, a dotted circle
() stands for a base character to which a diacritic is added.
s + + = s
s + + = s but s + + = s
Dutch users will appreciate the possibility of putting acute accents on the letter (), thus:
+ =
+ =
Note that in this case only one combining acute accent needs to be added.
Egyptological yod
This character (lowercase i, uppercase I) is a combination of i (or I) and (U+0486, combining cyrillic
psili pneumata).

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How to access alternate glyphs and how to make full use of OpenType
The following OpenType features that can be controlled by users are present in the Brill fonts. Please
note that whether a feature can be controlled at all depends on the software one uses. Generally, page
layout applications like Adobe InDesign allow access to most if not all features, whereas word processing
applications like MS Word are much more limited.
Case-sensitive forms (case). Adobe InDesign, OSX applications using the Typography palette (accessible
through the gear button in the Fonts panel). Example: parentheses, when formatted as All Caps in
InDesign, are vertically adjusted to match capitals. (OSX Typography palette: Case-Sensitive Layout:
Capital Forms)
Compare (case)(case).
Small capitals (smcp), and small capitals from capitals (c2sc). Adobe InDesign, OSX applications using
the Typography palette (accessible through the gear button in the Fonts panel: Letter Case, either Small
Capitals, or Small Capitals From Capitals).
True small caps, not capitals reduced in size.
Also available in Greek and Cyrillic text. Greek text in small caps may carry accents and breathings, or
these can be hidden; this is controlled by the Contextual Alternates switch in Adobe InDesign (OSX
Typography palette: Character Alternates, check or uncheck Contextual Alternate).
Ligatures:
Standard ligatures (liga). Adobe InDesign, MS Word 2010 (Windows), MS Word 2011 (OSX). These include
fi, fl, ff, ffi, ffl, but also i, l, fb, i, i, i, and many others.
Discretionary ligatures (dlig). Adobe InDesign, MS Word 2010 (Windows), MS Word 2011 (OSX). The
sequences ct, t, st, t, t and t can be ligated by applying Discretionary Ligatures: ct, t, st, t, t and t.
Character variants 1 (cv01). Adobe InDesign. Example: the letter (eng), when formatted Small Caps,
has two alternative shapes, available through Stylistics Sets 1 and 2: and . The capital version of eng, ,
likewise has alternative shapes: and .
Character variants 2 (cv02). Adobe InDesign (Glyphs palette). Example: the Editorial Coronis (,U+2E0E)
has two alternative shapes, and .
Contextual alternates (calt). InDesign, MS Word 2010 (Windows), MS Word 2011 (OSX). Example: Greek
text, when formatted as All Caps and when Contextual Alternates is unchecked, shows breathings and
accents; when Contextual Alternates is checked, breathings and accents are suppressed. Example:


The same also goes for text formatted as small caps, but this does not work in MS Word:


Stylistic set 1 (ss01). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX). When applied to Greek text formatted as small caps,
this changes adscript iota to iota subscript.


Stylistic set 2 (ss02). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX). When applied to Greek iota-plus-diaeresis
combinations formatted as caps or as small caps, this makes the diaeresis flank the iota.

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Stylistic set 3 (ss03). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX). Changes the shape of some Greek letters and a
few symbols, those used in the so-called acrophonic numeral system, to match the style of the other
acrophonic numerals.
become ; compare the style of U+10143:
Stylistic set 4 (ss04). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX). Changes four-bar Sigma to three-bar Sigma in
acrophonic numerals denoting amounts of staters.

Stylistic set 20 (ss20). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX). Changes the shapes of Greek , , , and to match
Latin character shapes; also changes the italic shapes of a, f, and g to a, f, and g. Mainly used in linguistic
contexts.
afg
afg
Lining figures (lnum). InDesign, MS Word 2010 (Windows), MS Word 2011 (OSX), OSX applications using
the Typography palette (accessible through the gear button in the Fonts panel: Number Case). Numerals
can be formatted as old-style (the default: figures match lowercase text) or as lining (all the same height,
cap-height).
Old-style numerals: 0123456789
Lining numerals: 0123456789
Tabular figures (tnum). InDesign, MS Word 2011 (OSX), OSX applications using the Typography palette
(accessible through the gear button in the Fonts panel: Number Spacing ).
Numerals, both old-style and lining, can be formatted as proportional (the default: figures vary in width, to
maintain text colour) or as tabular (all have the same width, so that figures line up in tabular data).
Old-style numerals, proportional: 0123456789
Old-style numerals, tabular:
0123456789
Lining numerals, tabular:
0123456789
Lining numerals, proportional: 0123456789
Subscript/inferior (subs) and superscript/superior (sups). InDesign, OSX applications using the
Typography palette (accessible through the gear button in the Fonts panel: Vertical Position). Numerals
formatted using the OpenType subscript and superscript options have their proper weight. In the examples
below, the letters x and H are added to show the relative positions of subscripts and superscripts.
Subscript numerals: x0123456789H; superscript numerals: x0123456789H.
Please note that when OpenType subscript or superscript numerals are used, these should not additionally
receive subscript or superscript formatting or styling, or any change in font size due to a particular style
definition, such as is often applied by footnote reference marker styles.
Fractions (frac). InDesign, OSX applications using the Typography palette (accessible through the gear
button in the Fonts panel). Numerals can be formatted properly as numerators and denominators by
applying Fractions (OSX Typography palette: Contextual Fractional Forms On); this also adjusts the shape
of the slash character.
Compare 123/456 and 123/456.
Latin
0061 a

a
1D00
1D51E
249C
24D0
0040 @

instead of a: apply Stylistic Set20 (as well as the italic font)


small capital a; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase a; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase a; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase a; used as a symbol only
commercial at, at sign

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2090
0363
0250
0251
0252

subscript lowercase a
combining small letter a
IPA open-mid schwa; uppercase is , 2C6F
IPA open back unrounded; uppercase is , 2C6D
in Brill fonts: lowercase only; IPA open back rounded; uppercase is 2C70, introduced with
Unicode v.5.2
modifier letter small turned alpha; superscript; linguistic use only
feminine ordinal

1D9B
00AA
00E1
00E0
00E2
00E4
00E3
0101
0103
01CE
00E5
0201
0203
0227
1E9A no uppercase
1EA3
2C65
0105
1EA1
1E01
1D8F lowercase a with retroflex hook
1D90 lowercase alpha with retroflex hook
1EA5
1EA7
1EAB
1EA9
1EAF
1EB1
1EB5
1EB3
01DF
01FB
01E1
1EAD
1EB7
A733 lowercase aa; medievalist use
00E6 IPA raised open front unrounded
1D01 small capital ; linguistic use only
1D02 small letter turned
1DD4 combining small letter
01FD
01E3

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A735
1DD5
A737
A739
1DD6
A73B
A73D
0041 A
2C6F
2C6D
1D504
24B6
00C1
00C0
00C2
00C4
00C3
0100
0102
01CD
00C5
212B
0200
0202
0226
1EA2
023A
0104
1EA0
1E00
1EA4
1EA6
1EAA
1EA8
01DE
1EAE
1EB0
1EB4
1EB2
01FA
01E0
1EAC
1EB6
A732
00C6
01FC
01E2
A734

lowercase ao; medievalist use


combining small letter ao
lowercase au; medievalist use
lowercase av; medievalist use
combining small letter av
lowercase av with horizontal bar; medievalist use
lowercase ay; medievalist use
lowercase is , 0250
lowercase is , 0251
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase A; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase A; used as a symbol only

ngstrm sign; preferred representation is , 00C5

uppercase AA; medievalist use

uppercase AO; medievalist use

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A736
A738
A73A
A73C
0062 b
1D51F
249D
24D1
0299
1D03
03B2
1E03
0253
0183
0180
1D6C
1E05
1E07
1D80
0185
0042 B
1D505
24B7
1E02
0181
0182
0243
1E04
1E06
0184
0063 c
1D9C
1D04
1D520
249E
24D2
00A9
0368
0254
1D10
A73F
1D97
0297
0107
0109
010D
010B

uppercase AU; medievalist use


uppercase AV; medievalist use
uppercase AV with horizontal bar; medievalist use
uppercase AY; medievalist use
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase b; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase b; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase b; used as a symbol only
small capital; linguistic use only: IPA voiced bilabial trill
small capital barred b; linguistic use only
lowercase Greek beta with Latin shape: IPA voiced bilabial fricative (this OpenType glyph
variant is accessed in Stylistic Set20)
IPA voiced bilabial implosive; uppercase is , 0181
uppercase is , 0182
uppercase is , 0243
small letter b with middle tilde
lowercase b with palatal hook
uppercase is , 0184
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase B; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase B; used as a symbol only
lowercase is , 0253
lowercase is , 0183
lowercase is , 0180
lowercase is , 0185
modifier letter lowercase c; superscript; linguistic use only
small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase c; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase c; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase c; used as a symbol only
copyright sign; do not confuse with , 24B8, circled Latin uppercase C
combining small letter c
open o = IPA open-mid back rounded; typographically a turned c; uppercase is , 0186
small capital open o: typographically a turned c; linguistic use only
lowercase reversed c with dot; medievalist use
lowercase open o with retroflex hook
stretched c: formerly the IPA postalveolar click; see also , 01C2, and , 01C3

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0188
023C
00A2
00E7
1DD7
0255
1D9D
1E09
0043 C
212D
24B8

lowercase c with stroke; linguistic use; do not confuse with , 00A2, cent sign
cent sign; do not confuse with , 023C, lowercase c with stroke
lowercase c with cedilla; IPA voiceless palatal fricative
combining small letter c cedilla
IPA voiceless alveolopalatal fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter lowercase c with curl; superscript; linguistic use only

Fraktur (black letter) uppercase C; used as a symbol only


circled Latin uppercase C; used as a symbol only; compare , 00A9, copyright sign, with which
it should not be confused
0186 open o: typographically a turned C; lowercase is 0254
A73E uppercase reversed C with dot; medievalist use
0106
0108
010C
010A
0187
023B
00C7
1E08
0064 d
1D05 small capital; linguistic use only
1D521 Fraktur (black letter) lowercase d; used as a symbol only
249F parenthesized Latin lowercase d; used as a symbol only
24D3 circled Latin lowercase d; used as a symbol only
0369 combining small letter d
1DD8 combining small letter insular d
1E9F Latin small letter delta
018D Latin small letter turned delta
00F0 lowercase eth; IPA voiced dental fricative
1D06 small capital eth; linguistic use only
1D9E modifier letter small eth; superscript; linguistic use only
1DD9 combining small letter eth
010F uppercase is , 010E
0111 uppercase is , 0110; compare uppercase eth: , 00D0; and African D, , 0189
1D6D small letter d with middle tilde
1E0B
0257 IPA voiced alveolar implosive; uppercase is , 018A
1D91 lowercase d with hook and tail
018C d with topbar; uppercase is , 018B
A771 lowercase abbreviation dum
1E0D
1E0F
1E11
1E13

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0256

African D, uppercase is , 0189; IPA voiced retroflex plosive; compare uppercase eth: , 00D0;
and , 0110, uppercase from , 0111
no uppercase
lowercase d with palatal hook
db digraph; no uppercase
dz digraph; no uppercase
dz digraph with curl; no uppercase
dezh digraph; IPA voiced postalveolar affricate; no uppercase
with initial cap , 01F2; all-uppercase is , 01F1
with initial cap , 01C5; all-uppercase is , 01C4

0221
1D81
0238
02A3
02A5
02A4
01F3
01C6
oo44 D
1D507 Fraktur (black letter) uppercase D; used as a symbol only
24B9 circled Latin uppercase D; used as a symbol only
010E lowercase is , 010F
1E0A
018A lowercase is , 0257
018B D with topbar; lowercase is , 018C
00D0 uppercase eth, lowercase is , 00F0; compare uppercase from , 0110; and African D, , 0189
0110 lowercase is , 0111; compare uppercase eth: , 00D0; and African D, , 0189
0189 lowercase is , 0256; African D; compare uppercase from , 0110; and uppercase eth: , 00D0
1E0C
1E0E
1E10
1E12
01F2 with initial cap; all-uppercase is , 01F1; lowercase is , 01F3
01F1 all-uppercase; with initial cap , 01F2; lowercase is , 01F3
01C5 with initial cap; all-uppercase is , 01C4; lowercase is , 01C6
01C4 all-uppercase; with initial cap , 01C5; lowercase is , 01C6
0065 e
1D07 small capital; linguistic use only
1D522 Fraktur (black letter) lowercase e; used as a symbol only
24A0 parenthesized Latin lowercase e; used as a symbol only
24D4 circled Latin lowercase e; used as a symbol only
2091 subscript lowercase e
0364 combining small letter e
01DD pan-Nigerian alphabet; uppercase is , 018E; compare Azerbaijani and linguistic , 0259 and its
uppercase , 018F
0259 Azerbaijani, and linguistic use (IPA) for wa; uppercase is , 018F; compare Pan-Nigerian ,
01DD and its uppercase , 018E
2094 subscript lowercase wa
025A wa with hook; IPA rhotacized wa; no uppercase
1D95 lowercase wa with retroflex hook
0258 reversed e; IPA close-mid wa; no uppercase
025B Latin lowercase open e = Latin epsilon; IPA open-mid front unrounded; linguistic use only, not
for Greek text; uppercase is , 0190
1D93 lowercase open e with retroflex hook
025C reversed open e; IPA open-mid central; no uppercase
1D9F modifier letter small reversed open e; superscript; linguistic use only
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1D08
1D94
025D
025E
029A
00E9
00E8
00EA
00EB
1EBD
0113
0115
011B
0205
0207
0117
1EBB
2C78
0247
0119
1EB9
0229
1E19
1E1B
1D92
1EBF
1EC1
1EC5
1EC3
1EC7
1E17
1E15
1E1D
0045 E
018E
018F

1D508
24BA
0190
20AC
212E
00C9
00C8
00CA
00CB
1EBC

small letter turned open e


lowercase reversed open e with retroflex hook
reversed open e with hook; IPA rhotacized open-mid central; no uppercase
closed reversed open e; IPA open-mid central rounded; no uppercase
closed open e = closed epsilon; no uppercase

UPA lowercase e with notch

lowercase e with retroflex hook

Pan-Nigerian alphabet; lowercase is , 01DD; compare Azerbaijani and linguistic , 018F and
its lowercase , 0259
Azerbaijani, and linguistic use, wa; lowercase is , 0259; compare Pan-Nigerian , 018E and its
lowercase , 01DD
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase E; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase E; used as a symbol only
linguistic use only, not for Greek text; lowercase is , 025B
Euro sign
estimated symbol, used in European packaging

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0112
0114
011A
0204
0206
0116
1EBA
0246
0118
1EB8
0228
1E18
1E1A
1EBE
1EC0
1EC4
1EC2
1EC6
1E16
1E14
1E1C
0066 f

f
A730
03DD
1D523
24A1
24D5
214E
1DA0
0192

instead of f: apply Stylistic Set20 (as well as the italic font)


small capital f; medievalist use
lowercase Greek wau (or digamma)
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase f; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase f; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase f; used as a symbol only
Claudian turned lowercase f; uppercase is , 2132
modifier letter small f; superscript; linguistic use only
lowercase f with hook; Dutch florin (guilder); uppercase is , 0191; do not confuse with
lowercase abbreviation is, , A76D, or with lowercase dotless j with stroke and hook, , 0284
025F turned f, used as Latin small letter dotless j with stroke; IPA voiced palatal plosive; no
uppercase
1DA1 modifier letter small dotless j with stroke; superscript; linguistic use only
0278 Latin small letter phi; IPA voiceless bilabial fricative; not the same as Greek , 03C6; not phi
symbol, , 03D5; no uppercase
1DB2 modifier letter small phi; superscript; linguistic use only
2C77 UPA lowercase tailless phi
1E1F
1D6E small letter f with middle tilde
1D82 lowercase f with palatal hook
FB00 lowercase ligature ff; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
FB03 lowercase ligature ffi; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
FB04 lowercase ligature ffl; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
FB01 lowercase ligature fi; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
FB02 lowercase ligature fl; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
02A9 feng digraph; no uppercase

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0046 F
03DC
A7FB
2132
1D509
24BB
1E1E
0191
0067 g

g
1DDA
0262
1DDB
0261
1DA2
1D524
24A2
24D6
1D79
1D77
0263
02E0
0264
1D26
01F5
011D
1E21
011F
01E7
0121
0123
0260
029B
01E5
1D83
0047 G
1D50A
24BC
0194
01F4
011C
1E20
011E
01E6
0120
0193

uppercase Greek Wau (or Digamma)


epigraphic reversed F
Claudian turned uppercase F; Claudian digamma inversum; lowercase is , 214E
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase F; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase F; used as a symbol only
lowercase is , 0192
instead of g: apply Stylistic Set20 (as well as the italic font)
combining small letter g
small capital g; IPA voiced uvular plosive; for linguistic use only
combining letter small capital g
script g; IPA voiced velar plosive; no uppercase
modifier letter small script g; superscript; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase g; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase g; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase g; used as a symbol only
Latin small letter insular g
small letter turned g
linguistic use only, not for Greek text; IPA voiced velar fricative; uppercase is , 0194; compare
, 02E0, and , 0264
modifier letter small gamma; IPA velarized; occasionally used in transcription of affricates;
compare , 0263, and , 0264
rams horn = baby gamma; IPA close-mid back unrounded; no uppercase
Greek letter small capital gamma; not for Greek text, linguistic use only

uppercase is , 0122
IPA voiced velar implosive; uppercase is , 0193
small capital g with hook; IPA voiced uvular implosive; linguistic use only
lowercase g with palatal hook
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase G; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase G; used as a symbol only
linguistic use only, not for Greek text; lowercase is , 0263

lowercase is , 0260

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01E4
0122
0068 h
0265
1DA3
02AE
02AF
029C
1D525
24A3
24D7
02B0
036A
2C76
0125
1E27
021F
1E23
0127
0266
02B1
0267
A727
1E25
1E29
2C68
1E2B
1E96
0195
0048 H
210C
24BD
A78D
2C75
0124
1E26
021E
1E22
0126
A726
1E24
1E28
2C67
1E2A
01F6
0069 i
1D526
24A4

lowercase is , 0123
IPA labial-palatal approximant; uppercase is , A78D
modifier letter small turned h; superscript; linguistic use only
turned h with fishhook; no uppercase
turned h with fishhook and tail; no uppercase
small capital h; IPA voiceless epiglottal fricative; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase h; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase h; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase h; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small h; superscript; IPA aspirated
combining small letter h
Claudian lowercase half h

IPA voiceless pharyngeal fricative


h with hook; IPA voiced glottal fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter small h with hook; superscript; IPA breathy-voice-aspirated
heng with hook; IPA voiceless multi-place fricative; no uppercase
lowercase heng; Mayanist use
lowercase h with descender (for Uighur)
no uppercase (use a combination of H and , 0331, combining macron below)
uppercase is , 01F6
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase H; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase H; used as a symbol only
lowercase is , 0265
Claudian uppercase half H

uppercase Heng; Mayanist use


uppercase H with descender (for Uighur)
lowercase is , 0195
compare uppercase , 0130, for Turkish etc.
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase i; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase i; used as a symbol only

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24D8
2071
0365
026A

1DA6
1D7B
1DA7
1D09
0131
0269
1DA5
1D7C
00ED
00EC
00EE
00EF
0129
012B
012D
01D0
0209
020B
1EC9

i
0268
1DA4
012F
1ECB
1E2D
1D96
1E2F
0049 I
A7FE
2111

24BE
0196
0130
00CD
00CC
00CE
00CF
0128
012A
012C
01CF
0208
020A

circled Latin lowercase i; used as a symbol only


superscript lowercase i (modifier); linguistic use only
combining small letter i
small cap, linguistic use only; IPA lax close front unrounded; uppercase is , 0197, according to
ISO 6438: African coded character set for bibliographic information interchange
modifier letter small capital i; superscript; linguistic use only
small capital letter i with stroke; linguistic use only
modifier letter small capital i with stroke; superscript; linguistic use only
small letter turned i
dotless i
lowercase iota: for linguistic use only, not for Greek text; uppercase is , 0196
modifier letter small iota; superscript; linguistic use only
Latin small letter iota with stroke

egyptological yod: a combination of i and , 0486


barred i; IPA close central unrounded; uppercase is , 0197
modifier letter small i with stroke; superscript; linguistic use only

lowercase i with retroflex hook


epigraphic I longa
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase I; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase I; used as a symbol only
uppercase iota: for linguistic use only, not for Greek text; lowercase is , 0269

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1EC8

I
0197
012E
1ECA
1E2C
1E2E
006A j
1D0A
1D527
24A5
24D9
02B2
0237
025F
1DA1
0284
0135
01F0
0249
029D
1DA8
004A J
1D50D
24BF
0134
0248
006B k
1D0B
1D528
24A6
24DA
1DDC
029E
0138
1E31
01E9
0199
A741
A745
A743
1E33
1E35
0137

uppercase egyptological yod: a combination of I and , 0486


barred i; lowercase is , 0268; alternatively, lowercase is small cap , 026A, according to ISO
6438: African coded character set for bibliographic information interchange

small capital; linguistic use only


Fraktur (black letter) lowercase j; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase j; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase j; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small j; superscript; IPA palatalized
small dotless j
turned f, used as Latin small letter dotless j with stroke; IPA voiced palatal plosive; no
uppercase
modifier letter small dotless j with stroke; superscript; linguistic use only
dotless j with stroke and hook; IPA voiced palatal implosive; typographically based on , 025F,
not on , 0283; no uppercase; do not confuse with lowercase f with hook, , 0192, or lowercase
abbreviation is, , A76D
no uppercase: for that, use J plus combining caron , 030C
j with crossed-tail; IPA voiced palatal fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter small j with crossed-tail; superscript; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase J; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase J; used as a symbol only

small capital; linguistic use only


Fraktur (black letter) lowercase k; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase k; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase k; used as a symbol only
combining small letter k
turned k; no uppercase
Greenlandic kra; no uppercase
uppercase is , 0198
lowercase k with stroke; medievalist use
lowercase k with stroke and diagonal stroke; medievalist use
lowercase k with diagonal stroke; medievalist use

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1D84
2C6A
004B K
1D50E
24C0
1E30
01E8
0198
A740
A744
A742
1E32
1E34
0136
2C69
006C l
1D529
24A7
24DB
1DDD
029F
1DAB
1DDE
02E1
A747
03BB
1D27
1D2B
013A
013E
0140
A749
0142
1D0C
019A
026B
026C
2C61
A772
1E37
013C
1E3B
1E3D
0234
1D85
1DAA
026D

lowercase k with palatal hook


lowercase k with descender (for Uighur)
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase K; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase K; used as a symbol only
lowercase is , 0199
uppercase K with stroke; medievalist use
uppercase K with stroke and diagonal stroke; medievalist use
uppercase K with diagonal stroke; medievalist use

uppercase K with descender (for Uighur)


Fraktur (black letter) lowercase l; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase l; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase l; used as a symbol only
combining small letter l
small capital l; IPA voiced velar lateral; linguistic use only
modifier letter small capital l; superscript; linguistic use only
combining letter small capital l
modifier letter small l; linguistic use only
lowercase broken l; medievalist use
lowercase Greek lambda with Latin shape: Americanist phonetic notation, voiced alveolar
lateral affricate (this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set20)
Greek letter small capital lamda; not for Greek text, linguistic use only
cyrillic letter small capital el; linguistic use only

lowercase l with high stroke; medievalist use


small capital l with stroke; linguistic use only
uppercase is , 023D
IPA velarized voiced alveolar lateral; uppercase is , 2C62
IPA voiceless alveolar lateral fricative; no uppercase
lowercase abbreviation lum

no uppercase
lowercase l with palatal hook
modifier letter small l with palatal hook; superscript; linguistic use only
lowercase l with retroflex hook; IPA voiced retroflex lateral; no uppercase

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1DA9
1E39
019B
01C9
1EFB
02AA
02AB
026E
004C L
A746
1D50F
10192
00A3
24C1
0139
013D
A748
013F
0141
023D
2C62
2C60
1E36
013B
1E3A
1E3C
1E38
01C8
01C7
1EFA
006D m
1D52A
24A8
24DC
036B
1D0D
1DDF
026F
0270
1DAD
1D1F
1E3F
1E41
1D6F
A773
1E43
0271
1DAC

modifier letter small l with retroflex hook; superscript; linguistic use only
linguistic use, not for Greek text; no uppercase
with initial cap , 01C8; all-uppercase is , 01C7
Middle-Welsh ll; uppercase is , 1EFA
ls digraph; no uppercase
lz digraph; no uppercase
lezh; IPA voiced alveolar lateral fricative; no uppercase
uppercase broken L; medievalist use
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase L; used as a symbol only
Roman semuncia sign; compare , 00A3, pound sign
Pound sign; compare , 10192, Roman semuncia sign
circled Latin uppercase L; used as a symbol only
uppercase L with high stroke; medievalist use
lowercase is , 019A
lowercase is , 026B

with initial cap; all-uppercase is , 01C7; lowercase is , 01C9


all-uppercase; with initial cap , 01C8; lowercase is , 01C9
Middle-Welsh LL; lowercase is , 1EFB
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase m; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase m; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase m; used as a symbol only
combining small letter m
small capital; linguistic use only
combining letter small capital m
IPA close back unrounded; uppercase is , 019C
IPA velar approximant; no uppercase
modifier letter small turned m with long leg; superscript; linguistic use only
small letter sideways turned m
small letter m with middle tilde
lowercase abbreviation mum
m with hook; IPA voiced labiodental nasal; uppercase is , 2C6E
modifier letter small m with hook; superscript; linguistic use only

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1D86 lowercase m with palatal hook


004D M
A7FD epigraphic inverted M
019C lowercase is , 026F
A7FF epigraphic archaic M
1D510 Fraktur (black letter) uppercase M; used as a symbol only
24C2 circled Latin uppercase M; used as a symbol only
1E3E
1E40
1E42
2C6E lowercase is , 0271
006E n
207F superscript lowercase n (modifier); linguistic use only
1DE0 combining small letter n
0274 small cap; IPA voiced uvular nasal; linguistic use only
1DB0 modifier letter small capital n; superscript; linguistic use only
1DE1 combining letter small capital n
1D0E small capital reversed n
1D52B Fraktur (black letter) lowercase n; used as a symbol only
24A9 parenthesized Latin lowercase n; used as a symbol only
24DD circled Latin lowercase n; used as a symbol only
0144
01F9
00F1
0148
1E45
0149 deprecated character, whose use is strongly discouraged
1D70 small letter n with middle tilde
A774 lowercase abbreviation num
1E47
1E49
0146
1E4B
0235 no uppercase
1D87 lowercase n with palatal hook
014B IPA voiced velar nasal; uppercase is , 014A

character variants (for small cap only):

(small cap) use Stylistic Set 01

(small cap) use Stylistic Set 02
0273 IPA voiced retroflex nasal; no uppercase
1DAF modifier letter small n with retroflex hook; superscript; linguistic use only
0272 IPA voiced palatal nasal; uppercase is , 019D
1DAE modifier letter small n with left hook; superscript; linguistic use only
019E uppercase is , 0220
01CC with initial cap , 01CB; all-uppercase is , 01CA
004E N
1D511 Fraktur (black letter) uppercase N; used as a symbol only
24C3 circled Latin uppercase N; used as a symbol only
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0143
01F8
00D1
0147
1E44
1E46
1E48
0145
1E4A
014A lowercase is , 014B

character variants:

use Stylistic Set 01

use Stylistic Set 02
019D lowercase is , 0272
0220 lowercase is , 019E
01CB with initial cap; all-uppercase is , 01CA; lowercase is , 01CC
01CA all-uppercase; with initial cap , 01CB; lowercase is , 01CC
2116 Numero sign
006F o
1D0F small capital; linguistic use only
1D52C Fraktur (black letter) lowercase o; used as a symbol only
24AA parenthesized Latin lowercase o; used as a symbol only
24DE circled Latin lowercase o; used as a symbol only
2092 subscript lowercase o
0366 combining small letter o
00BA masculine ordinal; do not confuse with with , 00B0, degree sign, or , 02DA, spacing ring
above
1D11 small letter sideways o
1D13 small letter sideways o with stroke
1D12 small letter sideways open o
0254 open o: typographically a turned c; uppercase is , 0186
1D10 small capital open o; linguistic use only
1D97 lowercase open o with retroflex hook
1D16 small letter top half o
1D17 small letter bottom half o
0277 closed omega; linguistic use only; no uppercase
00F3
00F2
00F4
00F6
00F5
014D
014F
01D2
0151
020D
020F
022F
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1ECF
01A1 uppercase is , 01A0
A74D lowercase o with loop; medievalist use
00F8 IPA front close-mid rounded; do not confuse with , 2205
01FF
0275 IPA rounded wa; uppercase is , 019F
1DB1 modifier letter small barred o; superscript; linguistic use only
A74B lowercase o with long stroke overlay; medievalist use
2C7A UPA lowercase o with ring inside; no uppercase
01EB
01ED
1ECD
1ED1
1ED3
1ED7
1ED5
1ED9
1E4D
1E4F
022D
022B
1E53
1E51
0231
1EDB
1EDD
1EE1
1EDF
1EE3
0153 IPA front open-mid rounded
0276 small cap, linguistic use only; IPA front open rounded
1D14 small letter turned
01A3 uppercase is , 01A2
A74F lowercase oo; medievalist use
0223 lowercase letter ou; uppercase is , 0222
1D15 small capital ou; linguistic use only
004F O
1D512 Fraktur (black letter) uppercase O; used as a symbol only
24C4 circled Latin uppercase O; used as a symbol only
0186 open o: typographically a turned C; lowercase is 0254
00D3
00D2
00D4
00D6
00D5
014C
014E
01D1
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0150
020C
020E
022E
1ECE
01A0
A74C
00D8
01FE
019F
A74A
0298
01EA
01EC
1ECC
1ED0
1ED2
1ED6
1ED4
1ED8
022A
1E4C
1E4E
022C
1E52
1E50
0230
1EDA
1EDC
1EE0
1EDE
1EE2
0152
01A2
A74E
0222
0070 p
1D18
1D52D
24AB
24DF
2117
1D28
1D2A
1E55
1E57
01A5
1D7D

lowercase is , 01A1
uppercase O with loop; medievalist use
uppercase O with stroke; O slash; do not confuse with the symbol , 2205, empty set
lowercase is , 0275
uppercase O with long stroke overlay; medievalist use
IPA bilabial click; no uppercase; do not confuse with , 2609, the sun symbol

lowercase is , 01A3
uppercase OO; medievalist use
uppercase letter ou; lowercase is , 0223
small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase p; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase p; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase p; used as a symbol only
sound recording copyright; do not confuse with , 24C5, circled Latin uppercase P
Greek letter small capital pi; not for Greek text, linguistic use only
Greek letter small capital psi; not for Greek text, linguistic use only
uppercase is , 01A4
small letter p with stroke; uppercase is , 2C63

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A751
1D71
1D88
A753
A755
0050 P
A7FC
1D513
24C5
1E54
1E56
01A4
2C63
A750
A752
A754
0071 q
1D52E
24AC
24E0
02A0
024B
A757
A759
0239
0051 Q
1D514
24C6
024A
A756
A758
0072 r
1D52F
24AD
24E1
036C
1DCA
0280
1DE2
02B3
0279
02B4
1D1A
0281
02B6
1D19
1DE3

lowercase p with stroke through descender


small letter p with middle tilde
lowercase p with palatal hook
lowercase p with flourish
lowercase p with squirrel tail; medievalist use
epigraphic reversed P
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase P; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase P; used as a symbol only; compare , 2117, sound recording copyright,
with which it should not be confused
lowercase is , 01A5
lowercase is , 1D7D
uppercase P with stroke through descender
uppercase P with flourish
uppercase P with squirrel tail; medievalist use
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase q; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase q; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase q; used as a symbol only
q with hook; no uppercase
lowercase q with stroke through descender
lowercase q with diagonal stroke
qp digraph; no uppercase; do not confuse with Greek , 03C6, or with Cyrillic , 0444
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase Q; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase Q; used as a symbol only
uppercase letter small q with hook tail
uppercase Q with stroke through descender
uppercase Q with diagonal stroke
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase r; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase r; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase r; used as a symbol only
combining small letter r
combining small letter r below
small cap r; IPA voiced uvular trill; also yr, whose uppercase is 01A6; Germanic, Old Norse
combining letter small capital r
modifier letter small r; superscript; linguistic use only
turned r; IPA voiced (post)alveolar approximant; no uppercase
modifier letter small turned r; superscript; IPA rhotacized
small capital turned r
small capital inverted r; IPA voiced uvular fricative
modifier letter small capital inverted r; superscript; linguistic use only
small capital reversed r
combining small letter r rotunda

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1D29
027E
A75B
A75D
0155
0159
0211
0213
1E59
024D
1D72
1D73
A775
A776
1E5B
1E5F
0157
1D89
027C
027D
027F
027A
2C79
027B
02B5
1E5D
0052 R
211C
24C7
00AE
01A6
A75A
A75C
0154
0158
0210
0212
1E58
024C
1E5A
1E5E
0156
2C64
1E5C
0073 s
A731
1D530
24AE

Greek letter small capital rho; not for Greek text, linguistic use only
r with fishhook; IPA voiced alveolar tap; no uppercase
lowercase r rotunda
lowercase rum rotunda

small letter r with fishhook and middle tilde


lowercase abbreviation rum
small capital abbreviation rum

lowercase r with palatal hook


r with long leg; no uppercase
r with tail; IPA voiced retroflex flap; uppercase is , 2C64
reversed r with fishhook; no uppercase
turned r with long leg; IPA voiced alveolar lateral flap; no uppercase
UPA lowercase turned r with tail; no uppercase
turned r with hook; IPA voiced retroflex approximant; no uppercase
modifier letter small turned r with hook; superscript; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase R; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase R; used as a symbol only
registered sign
yr, lowercase or rather, small cap is , 0280; Germanic, Old Norse
uppercase R rotunda
uppercase RUM rotunda

R with stroke

r with tail; lowercase is , 027D


small capital s; medievalist use
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase s; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase s; used as a symbol only

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24E2
1DE4
02E2
01A8
017F
1DE5
1E9B
1E9D
1E9C
FB05
015B
015D
0161
1E61
1D74
1E63
015F
0219
023F
0282
1DB3
1D8A
FB06
0283

circled Latin lowercase s; used as a symbol only


combining small letter s
modifier letter small s; superscript; linguistic use only
Zhuang lowercase letter tone two
long s
combining small letter long s
long s with dot above
long s with high stroke
long s with diagonal stroke
lowercase ligature long s t; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes

small letter s with middle tilde; no uppercase

in Brill fonts: lowercase only; uppercase is 2C7E, introduced with Unicode v.5.2
s with hook; IPA voiceless retroflex fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter small s with hook; superscript; linguistic use only
lowercase s with palatal hook
lowercase ligature st; do not use: this character is only present for legacy purposes
lowercase esh; IPA voiceless postalveolar fricative; uppercase is , 01A9, in the Africa Alphabet;
do not confuse with , 222B, integral
1DB4 modifier letter small esh; superscript; linguistic use only
0284 dotless j with stroke and hook; typographically based on , 025F, not on , 0283; no uppercase
0286 esh with curl; no uppercase
1D98 lowercase esh with retroflex hook
1D8B lowercase esh with palatal hook
0285 squat reversed esh; no uppercase
01AA reversed esh loop; no uppercase
1E65
1E67
1E69
00DF lowercase German scharfes S; uppercase is , 1E9E
0053 S
01A7 Zhuang uppercase letter tone two; compare , 10193, Roman sextula sign
10193 Roman sextula sign; compare , 01A7, Zhuang uppercase letter tone two
10194 Roman dimidia sextula sign
1D24 voiced laryngeal spirant
1D516 Fraktur (black letter) uppercase S; used as a symbol only
24C8 circled Latin uppercase S; used as a symbol only
015A
015C
0160
1E60
0024 $ Dollar sign
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1E62
015E
0218
01A9
1E64
1E66
1E68
1E9E
0074 t
1D1B
1D531
24AF
24E3
036D
0287
03B8
1DBF
1E97
0165
1E6B
01AD
0167
1D75
2C66
A777
0163
1E6D
1E6F
021B
1E71
0236
01AB
1DB5
0288
02A8
1D7A
02A6
02A7
A729
0054 T
1D517
24C9
0164
1E6A
01AC
0166
023E

never used for Greek text, only in the Africa Alphabet; lowercase is , 0283

uppercase letter German scharfes S; lowercase is , 00DF


small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase t; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase t; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase t; used as a symbol only
combining small letter t
turned t; no uppercase
lowercase Greek theta, with Latin shape; IPA voiceless dental fricative (this OpenType glyph
variant is accessed in Stylistic Set20)
modifier letter small theta; superscript; linguistic use only
no uppercase
uppercase is , 0164
uppercase is , 01AC
small letter t with middle tilde
lowercase abbreviation tum

no uppercase
no uppercase
modifier letter small t with palatal hook; superscript; linguistic use only
IPA voiceless retroflex plosive; uppercase is , 01AE
tc digraph with curl; no uppercase
small letter th with strikethrough
ts digraph; no uppercase
tesh digraph; IPA voiceless postalveolar affricate; no uppercase
lowercase tz; Mayanist use
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase T; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase T; used as a symbol only
lowercase is , 0165
lowercase is , 01AD

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0162
1E6C
1E6E
021A
1E70
01AE
A728
2122
0075 u
1D1C
1D532
24B0
24E4
1DB8
0367
1D1D
028A
1DB7
1D7F
00FA
00F9
00FB
00FC
1D1E
0169
016B
016D
01D4
016F
0171
0215
0217
1EE7
01B0
0289
1D7E
1DB6
0173
1E73
1E75
1E77
1EE5
1D99
01D6
01D8
01DA
01DC
1E79

lowercase is , 0288
uppercase Tz; Mayanist use
trade mark sign
small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase u; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase u; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase u; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small capital u; superscript; linguistic use only
combining small letter u
small letter sideways u
Latin upsilon; IPA lax close back rounded; uppercase is , 01B1
modifier letter small upsilon; superscript; linguistic use only
Latin small letter upsilon with stroke

small letter sideways diaeresized u

IPA close central rounded


small capital letter u with stroke
modifier letter small u bar; superscript; linguistic use only

lowercase u with retroflex hook

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1E7B
1EE9
1EEB
1EEF
1EED
1EF1
1D6B
0055 U
1D518
24CA
01B1
00DA
00D9
00DB
00DC
0168
016A
016C
01D3
016E
0170
0214
0216
1EE6
01AF
0244
0172
1E72
1E74
1E76
1EE4
01D5
01D7
01D9
01DB
1E78
1E7A
1EE8
1EEA
1EEE
1EEC
1EF0
0076 v
1D5B
1D20
1D533
24B1
24E5

Latin small letter ue


Fraktur (black letter) uppercase U; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase U; used as a symbol only
Latin upsilon; lowercase is , 028A

modifier letter lowercase v; superscript; linguistic use only


small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase v; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase v; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase v; used as a symbol only

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036E
028C
1DBA
028B

1DB9
1EFD
2C71
1E7D
2C74
A75F
1E7F
1D8C
A761
0056 V
1D519
24CB
0245
01B2
1EFC
1E7C
A75E
10197
1E7E
A760
0077 w
1D21
1D534
24B2
24E6
02B7
028D
1E83
1E81
0175
1E85
1E98
1E87
2C73
1E89
02AC
0057 W
1D51A
24CC
1E82
1E80
0174
1E84

combining small letter v


turned v, not a Greek lambda; IPA open-mid back unrounded; uppercase is , 0245
modifier letter small turned v; superscript; linguistic use only
variant v, used in linguistics and in some African languages; IPA voiced labiodental
approximant; uppercase is , 01B2
modifier letter small v with hook; superscript; linguistic use only
Middle-Welsh lowercase v
lowercase v with right hook; no uppercase
lowercase v with curl; no uppercase
lowercase v with diagonal stroke; medievalist use
lowercase v with palatal hook
lowercase vy; medievalist use
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase V; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase V; used as a symbol only
turned v, not a Greek lambda; lowercase is , 028C
variant v, used in linguistics and in some African languages; lowercase is , 028B
Middle-Welsh uppercase V
uppercase V with diagonal stroke; medievalist use
Roman quinarius sign
uppercase VY; medievalist use
small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase w; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase w; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase w; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small w; superscript; linguistic use only
turned w; IPA voiceless labial-velar fricative; no uppercase

no uppercase
lowercase w with hook
bilabial percussive; no uppercase
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase W; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase W; used as a symbol only

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1E86
2C72
1E88
0078 x
1D535
24B3
24E7
02E3
2093
036F
03C7
1E8D
1E8B
1D8D
0058 X
1D51B
24CD
1E8C
1E8A
10196
0079 y
028F
1D536
24B4
24E8
02B8
028E
00FD
1EF3
0177
00FF
1EF9
0233
1E99
1E8F
1EF7
01B4
024F
1EF5
1EFF
0133

uppercase W with hook


Fraktur (black letter) lowercase x; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase x; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase x; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small x; linguistic use only; do not confuse with , modifier letter cross accent,
02DF
subscript lowercase x
combining small letter x
lowercase Greek khi with Latin shape; IPA voiceless uvular fricative (this OpenType glyph
variant is accessed in Stylistic Set20)
lowercase x with palatal hook; no uppercase
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase X; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase X; used as a symbol only
Roman denarius sign
small capital y; linguistic use only: IPA voiced palatal lateral
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase y; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase y; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase y; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small y; superscript; linguistic use only
turned y; IPA voiced palatal lateral; no uppercase; compare , 2041, caret insertion point

no uppercase

y with loop
Dutch letter ; uppercase is , 0132
Dutch letter with two acute accents can be made by keying followed by one combining
acute accent, , 0301

0059 Y
1D51C Fraktur (black letter) uppercase Y; used as a symbol only
24CE circled Latin uppercase Y; used as a symbol only

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00DD
1EF2
0176
0178
1EF8
0232
1E8E
1EF6
01B3
024E
00A5
1EF4
1EFE
0132


007A z
1D22
1D537
24B5
24E9
1DBB
1DE6
A763
017A
1E91
017E
017C
01B6
1D76
1E93
1E95
0225
0240
0291
1DBD
0290
1DBC
1D8E
2C6C
005A Z
2128
24CF
A762
0179
1E90
017D
017B

Y with hook
Yen, Yuan sign
Y with loop
Dutch letter ; lowercase is , 0133
Dutch letter with two acute accents can be made by keying followed by one combining
acute accent, , 0301
small capital; linguistic use only
Fraktur (black letter) lowercase z; used as a symbol only
parenthesized Latin lowercase z; used as a symbol only
circled Latin lowercase z; used as a symbol only
modifier letter small z; superscript; linguistic use only
combining small letter z
lowercase Visigothic z

small letter z with middle tilde

in Brill fonts: lowercase only; uppercase is 2C7F, introduced with Unicode v.5.2
z with curl; IPA voiced alveolopalatal fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter small z with curl; superscript; linguistic use only
z with retroflex hook; IPA voiced retroflex fricative; no uppercase
modifier letter small z with retroflex hook; superscript; linguistic use only
lowercase z with palatal hook
lowercase z with descender (for Uighur)
Fraktur (black letter) uppercase Z; used as a symbol only
circled Latin uppercase Z; used as a symbol only
uppercase Visigothic Z

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01B5
1E92
1E94
0224
2C6B
00FE
A765
A767
00DE
A764
A766
021D
021C
01BF
01F7
A769
A768
0292
1D23
1DBE
01B7
01B9
01B8
01EF
01EE
0293
01BA
1D9A
A76B

uppercase Z with descender (for Uighur)


lowercase thorn
lowercase thorn with stroke
lowercase thorn with stroke through descender
uppercase thorn
uppercase thorn with stroke
uppercase thorn with stroke through descender
lowercase yogh; do not confuse with lowercase abbreviation et, , A76B
uppercase yogh; do not confuse with uppercase abbreviation ET, , A76A
lowercase wynn; uppercase is , 01F7
uppercase wynn; lowercase is , 01BF
lowercase vend (Old Norse)
uppercase vend (Old Norse)
lowercase ezh; IPA voiced postalveolar fricative; uppercase is , 01B7
small capital ezh; linguistic use only
modifier letter small ezh; superscript; linguistic use only
uppercase ezh; lowercase is , 0292
lowercase ezh reversed; uppercase is , 01B8
uppercase ezh reversed; lowercase is , 01B9
lowercase ezh with caron; uppercase is , 01EE
uppercase ezh with caron; lowercase is , 01EF
ezh with curl; no uppercase
ezh with tail; no uppercase
lowercase ezh with retroflex hook
lowercase abbreviation et; also used in the -q (-que) abbreviation; do not confuse with
lowercase yogh, , 021D, or with digit 3
A76A uppercase abbreviation ET; do not confuse with uppercase yogh, , 021C, or with digit 3
A76D lowercase abbreviation is; do not confuse with lowercase f with hook, , 0192, or with lowercase
dotless j with stroke and hook, , 0284
A76C uppercase abbreviation IS
A778 lowercase abbreviation um
0294 glottal stop; IPA glottal plosive; a caseless letter; casing variants: , 0242, and , 0241
0242 lowercase glottal stop; uppercase is , 0241; caseless glottal stop is , 0294
0241 uppercase glottal stop; lowercase is , 0242; caseless glottal stop is , 0294
02C0 superscript, typographical alternate for , 02BE
0295 reversed glottal stop; IPA voiced pharyngeal fricative; no uppercase
02E4 superscript version of 0295, the reversed glottal stop; IPA pharyngealized; compare , 02C1
02C1 superscript, typographical alternate for , 02BF; compare , 02E4: superscript reversed glottal
stop
0296 inverted glottal stop; lateral click; see also , 01C1; no uppercase
02A1 glottal stop with stroke; IPA voiced epiglottal plosive; no uppercase
02A2 reversed glottal stop with stroke; IPA voiced epiglottal fricative; no uppercase
01BE archaic phonetic for [ts] affricate; no uppercase

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Combining characters, spacing modifier letters, and similarly-shaped characters and marks
0357 combining right half ring above
02BE modifier letter right half ring; transliteration of Arabic hamza, Hebrew aleph
A723 Latin small letter egyptological alef
A722 Latin uppercase letter egyptological alef
02D2 modifier letter centred right half ring; more rounded articulation
0339 combining right half ring below; IPA more rounded
0351 combining left half ring above
02BF modifier letter left half ring; transliteration of Arabic ayn, Hebrew ayin
A725 Latin small letter egyptological ain
A724 Latin uppercase letter egyptological ain
1D25 Latin letter ain
02D3 modifier letter centered left half ring; less rounded articulation
031C combining left half ring below; IPA less rounded
0312 combining turned comma above
02BB modifier letter turned comma; Hawaiian okina; do not confuse with , 2018, left single
quotation mark
0313 combining comma above; Greek smooth breathing ( or )
0486 combining cyrillic psili pneumata; used to compose egyptological yod: i and I plus gives
iandI
02BC modifier letter apostrophe (various uses, but never that of apostrophe, which is 2019; IPA
ejective); do not confuse with , 1FBF, spacing Greek smooth breathing (), or with , 1FBD,
spacing Greek
0315 combining comma above right
0314 combining reversed comma above; Greek rough breathing ( or )
02BD modifier letter reversed comma (weak aspiration); do not confuse with , 201B, single highreversed-9 quotation mark, or with , 1FFE, spacing Greek rough breathing ()
0326 combining comma below
02C2 modifier letter left arrowhead; this is a spacing character; fronted articulation; do not confuse
with , UPA modifier letter low left arrowhead, 02F1
1DFE combining left arrowhead above
02F1 UPA modifier letter low left arrowhead; do not confuse with , modifier letter left arrowhead,
02C2
0354 combining left arrowhead below
02C3 modifier letter right arrowhead; this is a spacing character; backed articulation; do not confuse
with , UPA modifier letter low right arrowhead, 02F2
0350 combining right arrowhead above
0355 combining right arrowhead below
0356 combining right arrowhead and up arrowhead below
1DFF combining right arrowhead and down arrowhead below
02F2 UPA modifier letter low right arrowhead; do not confuse with , modifier letter right
arrowhead, 02C3
0302 combining circumflex accent
1DCD combining double circumflex above; typed between the two letters to which it belongs
005E ^ circumflex accent; this is a spacing character; combining circumflex accent is , 0302; do not
confuse with , modifier letter up arrowhead, 02C4, or , modifier letter circumflex accent,
02C6, or , UPA modifier letter low up arrowhead, 02F0

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02C6
032D
02C4
02F0
030C
02C7
02C5
032C
02EC
02EF
0301

0341
00B4
02CA
0374

0317
02CF
0375

0300
0340
0060 `
02CB
02F4
0316

modifier letter circumflex accent; this is a spacing character; various linguistic uses; combining
circumflex accent is , 0302; do not confuse with ^, circumflex, 005E, or , modifier letter up
arrowhead, 02C4, or , UPA modifier letter low up arrowhead, 02F0
combining circumflex accent below
modifier letter up arrowhead; this is a spacing character; raised articulation; do not confuse
with ^, 005E, circumflex, or , modifier letter circumflex accent, 02C6, or , UPA modifier letter
low up arrowhead, 02F0
UPA modifier letter low up arrowhead; do not confuse with ^, 005E, circumflex, or , modifier
letter up arrowhead, 02C4, or , modifier letter circumflex accent, 02C6
combining caron = hek; do not confuse with , combining breve, 0306
caron = hek; this is a spacing character; combining caron/hek is , 030C; do not confuse
with , modifier letter down arrowhead, 02C5, or , IPA modifier letter voicing, 02EC, or , UPA
modifier letter low down arrowhead, 02EF
modifier letter down arrowhead; this is a spacing character; lowered articulation; do not
confuse with , caron = hek, 02C7, or , modifier letter down arrowhead, 02C5, or , IPA
modifier letter voicing, 02EC, or , UPA modifier letter low down arrowhead, 02EF
combining caron below; IPA voiced
IPA modifier letter voicing; do not confuse with , caron = hek, 02C7, or , modifier letter
down arrowhead, 02C5, or , UPA modifier letter low down arrowhead, 02EF
UPA modifier letter low down arrowhead; do not confuse with , caron = hek, 02C7, or ,
modifier letter down arrowhead, 02C5, or , IPA modifier letter voicing, 02EC
combining acute accent; may also be used as Greek and modern Greek ; IPA high
tone
Vietnamese combining acute tone mark; its use is discouraged: use , 0301, instead
acute accent; this is a spacing character; compare , 02CA, modifier letter acute accent;
combining acute accent is , 0301; do not confuse with , 0374, Greek numeral sign,
, or with , 2032, prime
modifier letter acute accent; this is a spacing character; compare , 00B4, acute accent;
combining acute accent is , 0301; do not confuse with , 0374, Greek numeral sign,
, or with , 2032, prime
Greek numeral sign, ; in the Milesian numeral system, put to the right of letters
representing numbers; do not confuse with , 00B4, spacing acute accent, or with , 02CA,
modifier letter acute accent, or with , 2032, prime
combining acute accent below
modifier letter low acute accent; this is a spacing character; combining acute accent below is ,
0317; do not confuse with , 0375, Greek lower numeral sign,
Greek lower numeral sign, ; in the Milesian numeral system, put to the left of
letters representing thousands
combining grave accent; may also be used as Greek ; IPA low tone
Vietnamese combining grave tone mark; its use is discouraged: use combining grave accent
instead
grave accent; this is a spacing character; combining grave accent is , 0300; do not confuse
with , 2035, reversed prime
modifier letter grave accent; this is a spacing character; compare `, 0060, grave accent;
combining grave accent is , 0300; do not confuse with , 2035, reversed prime
UPA modifier letter middle grave accent; this is a spacing character
combining grave accent below

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02CE
0308
00A8
0324
0303
0360
1DD1
034A
034B
034C
007E

02DC
033E
035B
0334
2053

0330
02F7
1DD0
1DCF
1DC2
0304
0305
203E
035E
033F
00AF
02C9
0335
0336
0337
0338
0331
02CD

0332
005F _
035F
0333
0306
0310
035D

modifier letter low grave accent; this is a spacing character; combining grave accent below is ,
0316
combining diaeresis; IPA centralized
diaeresis; this is a spacing character; combining diaeresis is , 0308
combining diaeresis below; IPA breathy voiced
combining tilde; IPA nasalized
combining double tilde; typed between the two letters to which it belongs
combining ur above; medievalist use
combining not tilde above
combining homothetic above
combining almost equal to above
tilde; this is a spacing character; compare , 02DC, small tilde, and , swung dash, 2053;
combining tilde is , 0303
small tilde; this is a spacing character; compare ~, tilde, 007E, and , swung dash, 2053;
combining tilde is , 0303
combining vertical tilde
combining zigzag above; compare combining zigzag below, 1DCF
combining tilde overlay; IPA velarized or pharyngealized; compare precomposed , 026B, and
, 1D70
swung dash; this is a spacing character; compare ~, tilde, 007E, and , 02DC, small tilde;
combining tilde is , 0303
combining tilde below; IPA creaky voiced
UPA modifier letter low tilde; this is a spacing character; combining tilde below is , 0330
combining is below; medievalist use
combining zigzag below; compare combining zigzag above, 035B
combining snake below
combining macron; IPA mid tone
combining overline; connects on left and right
overline, spacing; connects on left and right
combining double macron; typed between the two letters to which it belongs
combining double overline
macron; this is a spacing character; combining macron is , 0304
modifier letter macron; this is a spacing character; combining macron is , 0304
combining short stroke overlay
combining long stroke overlay
combining short solidus overlay
combining long solidus overlay
combining macron below
modifier letter low macron; this is a spacing character; compare _, 005F, low line; combining
macron below is , 0331
combining low line; connects on left and right
low line = spacing underscore; compare , 02CD, modifier letter low macron; combining low
line is , 0332
combining double macron below; typed between the two letters to which it belongs
combining double low line
combining breve; IPA extra-short; do not confuse with , combining caron = hek, 030C
combining candrabindu
combining double breve; typed between the two letters to which it belongs

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0361

2040
02D8
032E
035C

203F
032F
2054
030B
02DD
02F6
030F
02F5
030A

02DA
00B0
25CB
25CC
25EF
2609
0298
2205
0325

02F3
035A
0311
0352
0307
0358
02D9
0323
0359
0309

031B
030D
02C8
0329
02CC

combining double inverted breve = ligature tie; IPA tie bar above; typed between the two
letters to which it belongs
character tie, spacing; used between two characters to connect them
breve; metrical short; this is a spacing character; combining breve is , 0306
combining breve below
combining double breve below; IPA tie bar below; typed between the two letters to which it
belongs
undertie, spacing; used between two characters to connect them
combining inverted breve below; IPA non-syllabic
inverted undertie, spacing
combining double acute accent; IPA extra high tone
double acute accent; this is a spacing character; combining double acute accent is , 030B
UPA modifier letter middle double acute accent; this is a spacing character
combining double grave accent; IPA extra low tone
UPA modifier letter middle double grave accent; this is a spacing character
combining ring above; IPA voiceless, used when the base character has a descender (compare
, 0325, which is used in all other cases)
ring above; this is a spacing character; combining ring above is , 030A; do not confuse with ,
00B0, degree sign, or , 00BA, masculine ordinal; compare , UPA modifier letter low ring, 02F3
degree sign; do not confuse with , 00BA, masculine ordinal, or with , 02DA, spacing ring
above
white circle
dotted circle; used to indicate combining characters, with the dots representing the base
character to which the combining character will be added: 25CC plus 0301 is rendered as
large circle
sun symbol; do not confuse with , 0298, bilabial click
IPA bilabial click; no uppercase; do not confuse with , 2609, the sun symbol
empty set; null morpheme; phonological zero; do not confuse with the letter , 00D8, O slash
combining ring below; IPA voiceless (compare , 030A, which is used when the base character
has a descender)
UPA modifier letter low ring; this is a spacing character; compare , ring above, 02DA
combining double ring below; used in Kharohi transliteration
combining inverted breve
combining fermata (musical notation)
combining dot above
combining dot above right; used in Latin transliterations of Southern Min Chinese
dot above; this is a spacing character; combining dot above is , 0307
combining dot below
combining asterisk below
combining hook above; Vietnamese tone mark (du hi); kerns left or right of circumflex over
vowels
combining horn; Vietnamese du mc
combining vertical line above
modifier letter vertical line; this is a spacing character; IPA (primary) stress mark [compare ,
02B9]; downstep; precedes letter or syllable modified; combining vertical line above is , 030D
combining vertical line below; IPA syllabic
modifier letter low vertical line; this is a spacing character; IPA secondary stress; combining
vertical line below is , 0329

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030E
0348
02DE
0328
02DB
1DCE
0327
00B8
0322
0321
031D
02D4

031E
02D5
0318
0319
02EB
031F
02D6

0320
02D7
033D
02DF
0353
0346
032A
02AD
033A
02FD
02FE
1DD3
032B
033C
1DC4
1DC5
1DC6
1DC7
1DC8
1DC9
1DCB
1DCC

combining double vertical line above


combining double vertical line below
modifier letter rhotic hook; this is a spacing character; IPA rhotacized; see also , 025A, and ,
025D
combining ogonek
ogonek; this is a spacing character; combining ogonek is , 0328
combining ogonek above
combining cedilla
cedilla; this is a spacing character; combining cedilla is , 0327
combining retroflex hook below
combining palatalized hook below
combining up tack below; IPA raised
modifier letter up tack; this is a spacing character; vowel raising or closing; combining up tack
below is , 031D
combining down tack below; IPA lowered
modifier letter down tack; this is a spacing character; vowel lowering or opening; combining
down tack below is , 031E
combining left tack below; IPA advanced tongue root
combining right tack below; IPA retracted tongue root
Bopomofo modifier letter Yang departing tone mark
combining plus sign below; IPA advanced
modifier letter plus sign; this is a spacing character; advanced or fronted articulation;
combining plus sign below is , 031F
combining minus sign below; IPA retracted
modifier letter minus sign; this is a spacing character; linguistic use: retracted or backed
articulation; minus sign is , 2212
combining x above; IPA mid-centralized
modifier letter cross accent; this is a spacing character; do not confuse with , modifier letter
small x, 02E3
combining x below
combining bridge above
combining bridge below; IPA dental
bidental percussive; no uppercase
combining inverted bridge below; IPA apical
UPA modifier letter shelf; this is a spacing character
UPA modifier letter open shelf; this is a spacing character
combining small letter flattened open a above
combining inverted double arch below
combining seagull below; IPA linguolabial
combining macron-acute contour tone mark
combining grave-macron contour tone mark
combining macron-grave contour tone mark
combining acute-macron contour tone mark
combining grave-acute-grave contour tone mark
combining acute-grave-acute contour tone mark
combining breve-macron contour tone mark
combining macron-breve contour tone mark

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02E5

modifier letter extra-high tone bar; this is a spacing character; do not confuse with , UPA
modifier letter end high tone, 02FA, or , right ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2309, or , top
right quine corner, 231D, or , top right half bracket, 2E23
02FA UPA modifier letter end high tone; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-high tone bar,
02E5, or , right ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2309, or , top right quine corner, 231D, or ,
top right half bracket, 2E23
2309 right ceiling mathematical delimiter; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-high tone bar,
02E5, or , UPA modifier letter end high tone, 02FA, or , top right quine corner, 231D, or , top
right half bracket, 2E23
231D top right quine corner; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-high tone bar, 02E5, or ,
UPA modifier letter end high tone, 02FA, or , right ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2309, or ,
top right half bracket, 2E23
2E23 top right half bracket; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-high tone bar, 02E5, or , UPA
modifier letter end high tone, 02FA, or , right ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2309, or , top
right quine corner, 231D
031A combining left angle above; IPA not audibly released
0349 combining left angle below
02E6 modifier letter high tone bar; this is a spacing character
02E7 modifier letter mid tone bar; this is a spacing character
02E8 modifier letter low tone bar; this is a spacing character
02E9 modifier letter extra-low tone bar; this is a spacing character; do not confuse with , right floor
mathematical delimiter, 230B, or , bottom right quine corner, 231F, or , bottom right half
bracket, 2E25
02FC UPA modifier letter end low tone; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-low tone bar,
02E9, or , right floor mathematical delimiter, 230B, or , bottom right quine corner, 231F, or ,
bottom right half bracket, 2E25
230B right floor mathematical delimiter; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-low tone bar,
02E9, or , UPA modifier letter end low tone, 02FC, or , bottom right quine corner, 231F, or ,
bottom right half bracket, 2E25
231F bottom right quine corner; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-low tone bar, 02E9, or
, UPA modifier letter end low tone, 02FC, or , right floor mathematical delimiter, 230B, or ,
bottom right half bracket, 2E25
2E25 bottom right half bracket; do not confuse with , modifier letter extra-low tone bar, 02E9, or ,
UPA modifier letter end low tone, 02FC, or , right floor mathematical delimiter, 230B, or ,
bottom right quine corner, 231F
2308 left ceiling mathematical delimiter; do not confuse with , UPA modifier letter begin high tone,
02F9, or , top left quine corner, 231C, or , New Testament right angle substitution marker,
2E00, or , top left half bracket, 2E22
02F9 UPA modifier letter begin high tone; do not confuse with , left ceiling mathematical delimiter,
2308, or , top left quine corner, 231C, or , New Testament right angle substitution marker,
2E00, or , top left half bracket, 2E22
231C top left quine corner; do not confuse with , UPA modifier letter begin high tone, 02F9, or ,
left ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2308, or , New Testament right angle substitution marker,
2E00, or , top left half bracket, 2E22
2E00 right angle substitution marker; used in some editions of the New Testament; do not confuse
with , UPA modifier letter begin high tone, 02F9, or , left ceiling mathematical delimiter,
2308, or , top left quine corner, 231C, or , top left half bracket, 2E22
2E01 right angle dotted substitution marker; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
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2E22

02EA
02FB
230A
231E

2E24
2E02
2E03
2E04
2E05
2E08
2E09
2E0A
2E06
2E07
2E0B

033B
02FF
034D
034E
0362
2190
2191
2192
2193
2194
2195
2196
2197
2198
2199
219A
219B
21D0
21D2

top left half bracket; do not confuse with , UPA modifier letter begin high tone, 02F9, or , left
ceiling mathematical delimiter, 2308, or , top left quine corner, 231C, or , New Testament
right angle substitution marker, 2E00
Bopomofo modifier letter Yin departing tone mark; do not confuse with , UPA modifier letter
begin low tone, 02FB, or , left floor mathematical delimiter, 230A, or , bottom left quine
corner, 231E, or , bottom left half bracket, 2E24
UPA modifier letter begin low tone; do not confuse with , Bopomofo modifier letter Yin
departing tone mark, 02EA, or , left floor mathematical delimiter, 230A, or , bottom left
quine corner, 231E, or , bottom left half bracket, 2E24
left floor mathematical delimiter; do not confuse with , Bopomofo modifier letter Yin
departing tone mark, 02EA, or , UPA modifier letter begin low tone, 02FB, or , bottom left
quine corner, 231E, or , bottom left half bracket, 2E24
bottom left quine corner; do not confuse with , Bopomofo modifier letter Yin departing
tone mark, 02EA, or , UPA modifier letter begin low tone, 02FB, or , left floor mathematical
delimiter, 230A, or , bottom left half bracket, 2E24
bottom left half bracket; do not confuse with , Bopomofo modifier letter Yin departing
tone mark, 02EA, or , UPA modifier letter begin low tone, 02FB, or , left floor mathematical
delimiter, 230A, or , bottom left quine corner, 231E
left substitution bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
right substitution bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
left dotted substitution bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
right dotted substitution bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
dotted transposition marker; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
left transposition bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
right transposition bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
raised interpolation marker; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
raised dotted interpolation marker; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament
raised square; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament as an opening raised
omission bracket
combining square below; IPA laminal
UPA modifier letter low left arrow; this is a spacing character
combining left right arrow below
combining upwards arrow below
combining double rightwards arrow below; typed between the two letters to which it belongs
leftwards arrow; compare , 261C, white left pointing index
upwards arrow; IPA upstep; compare , 261D, white up pointing index
rightwards arrow; compare , 261E, white right pointing index
downwards arrow; IPA downstep; compare , 261F, white down pointing index
left right arrow
up down arrow
north west arrow
north east arrow; IPA global rise; compare , 2650, sagittarius (zodiacal symbol)
south east arrow; IPA global fall
south west arrow
leftwards arrow with stroke
rightwards arrow with stroke
leftwards double arrow
rightwards double arrow

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Digits, numbers, and mathematical operators, plus similarly-shaped characters


0030 0 digit zero
2070 superscript zero
2080 subscript zero
24EA circled digit zero
0031 1 digit one
00B9 superscript one
2081 subscript one
215F fraction numerator one
2488 digit one full stop
2474 parenthesized digit one
2460 circled digit one
0032 2 digit two
00B2 superscript two; squared
2082 subscript two
2489 digit two full stop
2475 parenthesized digit two
2461 circled digit two
01BB two with stroke: archaic phonetic for [dz] affricate; no uppercase
0033 3 digit three
00B3 superscript three; cubed
2083 subscript three
248A digit three full stop
2476 parenthesized digit three
2462 circled digit three
A76B lowercase abbreviation et; also used in the -q (-que) abbreviation; do not confuse with digit 3
0034 4 digit four
2074 superscript four
2084 subscript four
248B digit four full stop
2477 parenthesized digit four
2463 circled digit four
0035 5 digit five
2075 superscript five
2085 subscript five
248C digit five full stop
2478 parenthesized digit five
2464 circled digit five
01BD Zhuang tone five; uppercase is , 01BC
01BC Zhuang tone five; lowercase is , 01BD
0036 6 digit six
2076 superscript six
2086 subscript six
248D digit six full stop
2479 parenthesized digit six
2465 circled digit six
0037 7 digit seven
2077 superscript seven
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2087
248E
247A
2466
0038
2078
2088
248F
247B
2467
0039
2079
2089
2490
247C
2468
A76F
A770
1DD2
A76E
2491
247D
2469
2492
247E
246A
2493
247F
246B
2494
2480
246C
2495
2481
246D
2496
2482
246E
2497
2483
246F
2498
2484
2470
2499
2485
2471
249A

subscript seven
digit seven full stop
parenthesized digit seven
circled digit seven
8 digit eight
superscript eight
subscript eight
digit eight full stop
parenthesized digit eight
circled digit eight
9 digit nine
superscript nine
subscript nine
digit nine full stop
parenthesized digit nine
circled digit nine
lowercase abbreviation con
superscript modifier letter us (abbreviation)
combining us above; medievalist use
uppercase abbreviation CON
number ten full stop
parenthesized number ten
circled number ten
number eleven full stop
parenthesized number eleven
circled number eleven
number twelve full stop
parenthesized number twelve
circled number twelve
number thirteen full stop
parenthesized number thirteen
circled number thirteen
number fourteen full stop
parenthesized number fourteen
circled number fourteen
number fifteen full stop
parenthesized number fifteen
circled number fifteen
number sixteen full stop
parenthesized number sixteen
circled number sixteen
number seventeen full stop
parenthesized number seventeen
circled number seventeen
number eighteen full stop
parenthesized number eighteen
circled number eighteen
number nineteen full stop

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2486 parenthesized number nineteen


2472 circled number nineteen
249B number twenty full stop
2487 parenthesized number twenty
2473 circled number twenty
215B
2159
2155
00BC
2153
215C
2156
00BD
2157
215D
2154
00BE
2158
215A
215E
0025 % percent sign; do not confuse with , 2052, commercial minus sign
2052 commercial minus sign; do not confuse with %, 0025, percent sign
2030 per mille sign
2031 permyriad, per ten thousand sign
2160 roman numeral one
2170 small roman numeral one
2161 roman numeral two
2171 small roman numeral two
2162 roman numeral three
2172 small roman numeral three
2163 roman numeral four
2173 small roman numeral four
2164 roman numeral five
2174 small roman numeral five
2165 roman numeral six
2175 small roman numeral six
2185 roman numeral six late form
2166 roman numeral seven
2176 small roman numeral seven
2167 roman numeral eight
2177 small roman numeral eight
2168 roman numeral nine
2178 small roman numeral nine
2169 roman numeral ten
2179 small roman numeral ten
216A roman numeral eleven
217A small roman numeral eleven
216B roman numeral twelve
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217B
216C
2186
217C
216D
217D
2183

small roman numeral twelve


roman numeral fifty
roman numeral fifty early form
small roman numeral fifty
roman numeral one hundred
small roman numeral one hundred
roman numeral reversed one hundred; apostrophic c; Claudian antisigma; used in
combination with , 216D, and , 2160, to form large numbers
Latin small letter reversed c; used only for the Claudian letter in inscriptions when editorial
conventions require the use of a lowercase letter
roman numeral five hundred
small roman numeral five hundred
roman numeral one thousand
small roman numeral one thousand
roman numeral one thousand CD
roman numeran five thousand
roman numeral ten thousand
roman numeral fifty thousand
roman numeral one hundred thousand
Roman sestertius sign
Roman dupondius sign
plus sign
superscript plus sign
subscript plus sign
minus sign; do not confuse with , 10191, Roman uncia sign
superscript minus
subscript minus
plus-minus sign
division sign
multiplication sign
equals sign; do not confuse with , 10190, Roman sextans sign
superscript equals sign
subscript equals sign
combining equals sign below
Roman sextans sign; do not confuse with =, 003D, equals sign
IPA modifier letter unaspirated
double low line
less-than sign; preferred characters for angle brackets are , 27E8 and 27E9
greater-than sign; preferred characters for angle brackets are , 27E8 and 27E9
NOT sign
reversed NOT sign; beginning of line (computer science)

2184

216E
217E
216F
217F
2180
2181
2182
2187
2188
10198
10199
002B
207A
208A
2212
207B
208B
00B1
00F7
00D7
003D
207C
208C
0347
10190
02ED
2017
003C
003E
00AC
2310
221A
221E
221F
2220
2221
2222
222B












+








=






<
>

integral (mathematical sign); do not confuse with , 0283, lowercase esh

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2248
2260
2264
2265
228F
2290
2295
2296
2297
229D

almost equal to
not equal to
less-than or equal to
greater-than or equal to
square image of (mathematical sign)
square original of (mathematical sign)
circled plus (mathematical sign)
circled minus (mathematical sign)
circled times (mathematical sign)
circled dash (mathematical sign)

Punctuation marks, plus similarly-shaped characters


0020 space
00A0 NBSP, no-break space
202F NNBSP, narrow no-break space
002C , comma; do not confuse with (201A) single low-9 quotation mark; compare (2E12), ancient
Greek
002E . full stop
00B7 middle dot; also used as the Greek high dot ( )
2022 bullet
2024 one dot leader
2025 two dot leader
2026 horizontal ellipsis
2027 hyphenation point
2023 triangular bullet
02D1 modifier letter half triangular colon; IPA half-length mark
003A : colon; do not confuse with , 02D0, modifier letter triangular colon
02F8 UPA modifier letter raised colon; this is not a punctuation mark
205A two dot punctuation; do not confuse with , 1015B, Greek epigraphic Epidaurean 2
02D0 modifier letter triangular colon; IPA length mark; do not confuse with :, 003A, colon
003B ; semicolon; also used as the Greek question mark
204F reversed semicolon
205D tricolon
2056 three dot punctuation
2E2A two dots over one dot punctuation
2235 because (mathematical sign)
2E2B one dot over two dots punctuation
2234 therefore (mathematical sign)
205E vertical four dots
2058 four dot punctuation
205B four dot mark; textual highlighter or colophon
2E2C squared four dot punctuation
2237 proportion (mathematical sign)
2059 five dot punctuation; Greek ; quincunx
2E2D five dot mark
205C dotted cross
203B ancient Greek
002A * asterisk
204E low asterisk
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2055
2051
2042
22C6

003F
00BF
2E2E
2047
2048
2049
203D
0021
01C3

?






!

00A1
203C
002D -
00AD
2010
2011
2E17
2043
2012
2013
10191
2014
0028 (
207D
208D
0029 )
207E
208E
2E28
2E29
10195
005B [
005D ]
27E6
27E7
2045
2046
27E8
27E9
007B {
007D }

flower punctuation mark


two asterisks aligned vertically
asterism
star operator (mathematical sign); when set superscript, linguistic symbol denoting a
hypothetical word form
question mark
inverted question mark
reversed question mark; punctus percontativus
double question mark
question exclamation mark
exclamation question mark
interrobang
exclamation mark; do not confuse with , 01C3, alveolar click
alveolar click; see also , 0297; no uppercase; do not confuse with the exclamation mark !
(0021)
inverted exclamation mark
double exclamation mark
hyphen; minus; compare the dedicated hyphen (2012) and minus (2212) signs
discretionary hyphen
hyphen
non-breaking hyphen
double oblique hyphen
hyphen bullet
figure dash; do not confuse with , 10191, Roman uncia sign
EN dash; ancient Greek ; metrical long; do not confuse with , 10191, Roman uncia sign
Roman uncia sign; do not confuse with , 2012, figure dash, and , 2013, EN dash
EM dash
left parenthesis
superscript left parenthesis
subscript left parenthesis
right parenthesis
superscript right parenthesis
subscript right parenthesis
left double parenthesis
right double parenthesis
Roman siliqua sign
left square bracket
right square bracket
mathematical left white square bracket; also used as an editorial sign
mathematical right white square bracket; also used as an editorial sign
left square bracket with quill
right square bracket with quill
mathematical left angle bracket; also used as an editorial sign (and as such preferred over <,
003C, less-than sign)
mathematical right angle bracket; also used as an editorial sign (and as such preferred over >,
003E, greater-than sign)
left curly bracket, left brace
right curly bracket, right brace

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2E26 left sideways U bracket


2E27 right sideways U bracket
2E0C left raised omission bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament as an opening
or closing raised omission bracket
2E0D right raised omission bracket; used in some editions of the Greek New Testament as an
opening or closing raised omission bracket
002F / solidus, slash
2044 fraction slash, solidus
2215 division slash
1019A Roman as sign
1019B Roman centurial sign
005C \ reverse solidus, backslash
007C | vertical line, vertical bar; do not confuse with , 01C0, dental click, which is a letter and not a
punctuation mark
01C0 dental click; see also , 0287; no uppercase do not confuse with |, 007C, vertical bar, which is a
punctuation mark
01C2 palatal click; see also , 0297; no uppercase
00A6 broken bar
2016 double vertical line; do not confuse with , 01C1, lateral click, which is a letter and not a
punctuation mark
01C1 lateral click; see also , 0296; no uppercase; do not confuse with , 2016, double vertical line,
which is a punctuation mark
2980 triple vertical bar delimiter
0027 ' apostrophe; neutral (vertical) glyph with mixed usage; (2019) is preferred for apostrophe;
preferred characters in English for paired single quotation marks are (2018) and (2019); do
not confuse with , 02B9, modifier letter prime
02B9 modifier letter prime; indicates primary stress [compare 02C8]; also a transliteration of the
Cyrillic soft sign; do not confuse with ', 0020, apostrophe
2032 prime; do not confuse with , 00B4, spacing acute accent, or with , 02CA, modifier letter acute
accent, or with , 0374, Greek numeral sign,
2035 reversed prime; do not confuse with `, 0060, grave accent, or with , 02CB, modifier letter grave
accent
2018 left single quotation mark
2019 right single quotation mark
201A single low-9 quotation mark; do not confuse with the comma, 002C
201B single high-reversed-9 quotation mark
0022 " quotation mark; neutral (vertical), used as opening or closing quotation mark; preferred
characters in English for paired double quotation marks are (201C) and (201D)
201C left double quotation mark
201D right double quotation mark; do not confuse with , Nenets modifier letter double apostrophe,
02EE
02EE Nenets modifier letter double apostrophe; do not confuse with , right double quotation mark,
201D
201E double low-9 quotation mark
201F double high-reversed-9 quotation mark
2033 double prime
02BA modifier letter double prime; exaggerated/contrastive stress; transliteration of Cyrillic hard
sign
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2034
2057
2036
2037
2038
2039
203A
00AB
00BB
204C
204D
2050
2041

triple prime
quadruple prime
reversed double prime
reversed triple prime
caret; compare (2041), caret insertion point
single left-pointing angle quotation mark
single right-pointing angle quotation mark
left-pointing double angle quotation mark
right- pointing double angle quotation mark
black leftwards bullet
black rightwards bullet
close up: editing mark
caret insertion point; proofreaders mark: insert here; compare (2038), caret

Various symbols
0023 # number sign; hash
00A4 currency sign
0026 & ampersand
204A Tironian sign et
A76B lowercase abbreviation et; also used in the -q (-que) abbreviation; do not confuse with
lowercase yogh, , 021D, or with digit 3
A76A uppercase abbreviation ET; do not confuse with uppercase yogh, , 021C, or with digit 3
00A7 secti0n sign
00B6 pilcrow, paragraph sign
204B reversed pilcrow sign
2135 alef symbol; do not use for Hebrew text
2136 bet symbol; do not use for Hebrew text
214F symbol for Samaritan source
2312 arc
23D1 metrical breve
23D2 metrical long over short
23D3 metrical short over long
23D4 metrical long over two shorts
23D5 metrical two shorts over long
23D6 metrical two shorts joined
23D7 metrical triseme
23D8 metrical tetraseme
23D9 metrical pentaseme
261C white left pointing index
261D white up pointing index
261E white right pointing index; fist (typographic term)
261F white down pointing index
2020 dagger
2021 double dagger
271D Latin cross
271F outlined Latin cross
2670 West Syriac cross
2671 East Syriac cross
2720 Maltese cross
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2626
2627
2628
2629
2721
262A
262B
2638
262C
263D
263E
263F
2640
2641
2642
2643
2644
2645
2646
2647
2648
2649
264A
264B
264C
264D
264E
264F
2650
2651
2652
2653
267E
2693
2694
26AD
2E19

Greek
03B1
03AC
1F71
1F70
1FB6
1F00
1F01
1FB0
1FB1

orthodox cross
khi rho, Christogram
cross of Lorraine
cross of Jerusalem
star of David
star and crescent
Farsi symbol
wheel of dharma
di akti or kha
first quarter moon
last quarter moon
Mercury
female sign; Venus
earth
male sign; Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto
Aries (zodiacal symbol)
Taurus (zodiacal symbol)
Gemini (zodiacal symbol)
Cancer (zodiacal symbol)
Leo (zodiacal symbol)
Virgo (zodiacal symbol)
Libra (zodiacal symbol)
Scorpio (zodiacal symbol)
Sagittarius (zodiacal symbol)
Capricorn (zodiacal symbol)
Aquarius (zodiacal symbol)
Pisces (zodiacal symbol)
permanent paper sign
anchor; harbor (on maps)
crossed swords; battleground (on maps)
marriage symbol
palm branch; used as a separator
lowercase alpha
lowercase alpha with ; also the preferred character for alpha with acute accent; the use
of , 1F71, for alpha with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
lowercase alpha with acute accent (); , 03AC, is the preferred character
lowercase alpha with grave accent ()
lowercase alpha with circumflex accent ()
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing ()
lowercase alpha with rough breathing ()
lowercase alpha with breve ()
lowercase alpha with macron ()

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1F04
1F05
1F02
1F03
1F06
1F07
1FB3
1FB4
1FB2
1FB7
1F80
1F81
1F84
1F85
1F82
1F83
1F86
1F87
0391
0386
1FBB
1FBA
1F08
1F09
1FB8
1FB9
1F0C
1F0D
1F0A
1F0B
1F0E
1F0F
1FBC
1F88
1F89
1F8C
1F8D
1F8A
1F8B
1F8E
1F8F
03B2
03D0
10178
0392
03B3
0393

lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and acute accent


lowercase alpha with rough breathing and acute accent
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and grave accent
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and grave accent
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and circumflex accent
lowercase alpha with iota subscript ()
lowercase alpha with acute accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with grave accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with circumflex accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
lowercase alpha with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
uppercase Alpha
uppercase Alpha with ; also the preferred character for Alpha with acute accent; the
use of , 1FBB, for alpha with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
uppercase Alpha with acute accent (); , 0386, is the preferred character
uppercase Alpha with grave accent ()
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing ()
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing ()
uppercase Alpha with breve ()
uppercase Alpha with macron ()
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and acute accent
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and acute accent
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and grave accent
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and grave accent
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and circumflex accent
uppercase Alpha with iota adscript ()
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha
with rough breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
uppercase Alpha with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
lowercase beta; IPA voiced bilabial fricative
curled beta symbol; not used for Greek text
three quarters sign (papyri)
uppercase Beta
lowercase gamma
uppercase Gamma

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10184
ounkia sign (papyri)
10188
gramma sign (papyri)
03B4
lowercase delta
0394
uppercase Delta
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
03B5
lowercase epsilon
03F5
lunate epsilon symbol; not used for Greek text
03F6
reversed lunate epsilon symbol; not used for Greek text
03AD
lowercase epsilon with ; also the preferred character for epsilon with acute accent; the
use of , 1F73, for epsilon with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1F73
lowercase epsilon with acute accent (); , 03AD, is the preferred character
1F72
lowercase epsilon with grave accent ()
1F10
lowercase epsilon with smooth breathing ()
1F11
lowercase epsilon with rough breathing ()
1F14
lowercase epsilon with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F15
lowercase epsilon with rough breathing and acute accent
1F12
lowercase epsilon with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F13
lowercase epsilon with rough breathing and grave accent
0395
uppercase Epsilon
0388
uppercase Epsilon with ; also the preferred character for Epsilon with acute accent;
the use of , 1FC9, for Epsilon with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FC9
uppercase Epsilon with acute accent (); , 0388, is the preferred character
1FC8
uppercase Epsilon with grave accent ()
1F18
uppercase Epsilon with smooth breathing ()
1F19
uppercase Epsilon with rough breathing ()
1F1C
uppercase Epsilon with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F1D
uppercase Epsilon with rough breathing and acute accent
1F1A
uppercase Epsilon with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F1B
uppercase Epsilon with rough breathing and grave accent
03DD
lowercase wau (or digamma)
10181
metretes sign (papyri)
1017E
three obols sign (papyri)
1017F
four obols sign (papyri)
10180
five obols sign (papyri)
03DC
uppercase Wau (or Digamma)
03B6
lowercase zeta
0396
uppercase Zeta
03B7
lowercase eta
03AE
lowercase eta with ; also the preferred character for eta with acute accent; the use of ,
1F75, for eta with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1F75
lowercase eta with acute accent (); , 03AE, is the preferred character
1F74
lowercase eta with grave accent ()
1FC6
lowercase eta with circumflex accent ()
1F20
lowercase eta with smooth breathing ()
1F21
lowercase eta with rough breathing ()
1F24
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F25
lowercase eta with rough breathing and acute accent
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1F22
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F23
lowercase eta with rough breathing and grave accent
1F26
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
1F27
lowercase eta with rough breathing and circumflex accent
1FC3
lowercase eta with iota subscript ()
1FC4
lowercase eta with acute accent and iota subscript
1FC2
lowercase eta with grave accent and iota subscript
1FC7
lowercase eta with circumflex accent and iota subscript
1F90
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and iota subscript
1F91
lowercase eta with rough breathing and iota subscript
1F94
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
1F95
lowercase eta with rough breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
1F92
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
1F93
lowercase eta with rough breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
1F96
lowercase eta with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
1F97
lowercase eta with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
0397
uppercase Eta
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
0389
uppercase Eta with ; also the preferred character for Eta with acute accent; the use of
, 1FCB, for Eta with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FCB
uppercase Eta with acute accent (); , 0389, is the preferred character
1FCA
uppercase Eta with grave accent ()
1F28
uppercase Eta with smooth breathing ()
1F29
uppercase Eta with rough breathing ()
1F2C
uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F2D
uppercase Eta with rough breathing and acute accent
1F2A
uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F2B
uppercase Eta with rough breathing and grave accent
1F2E
uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
1F2F
uppercase Eta with rough breathing and circumflex accent
1FCC
uppercase Eta with iota adscript ()
1F98
uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and iota adscript
1F99
uppercase Eta with rough breathing and iota adscript
1F9C uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
1F9D uppercase Eta with rough breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
1F9A uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
1F9B uppercase Eta with rough breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
1F9E uppercase Eta with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
1F9F uppercase Eta with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
0371
lowercase heta
0370
uppercase Heta
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
03B8
lowercase theta
0398
uppercase Theta
03D1
script theta symbol; not used for Greek text
03F4
uppercase Theta symbol; not used for Greek text
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03B9
1FBE

lowercase iota
adscript iota (); do not use for Greek text but always input regular iota,
03B9
037A
spacing iota subscript (spacing ); compare combining subscript iota, , 0345
0345
combining iota subscript (combining ); compare spacing iota subscript, ,
037A
03AF
lowercase iota with ; also the preferred character for iota with acute accent; the use of
, 1F77, for iota with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1F77
lowercase iota with acute accent (); , 03AF, is the preferred character
1F76
lowercase iota with grave accent ()
1FD6
lowercase iota with circumflex accent ()
1F30
lowercase iota with smooth breathing ()
1F31
lowercase iota with rough breathing ()
1FD0
lowercase iota with breve ()
1FD1
lowercase iota with macron ()
1F34
lowercase iota with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F35
lowercase iota with rough breathing and acute accent
1F32
lowercase iota with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F33
lowercase iota with rough breathing and grave accent
1F36
lowercase iota with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
1F37
lowercase iota with rough breathing and circumflex accent
03CA
lowercase iota with
0390
lowercase iota with and ; also the preferred character for iota with
and acute accent; the use of , 1FD3, for iota with and acute accent, even in
ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FD3
lowercase iota with and acute accent (); , 0390, is the preferred character
1FD2
lowercase iota with and grave accent ()
1FD7
lowercase iota with and circumflex accent ()
0399
uppercase Iota
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
038A
uppercase Iota with ; also the preferred character for Iota with acute accent; the use of
, 1FDB, for Iota with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FDB
uppercase Iota with acute accent (); , 038A, is the preferred character
1FDA
uppercase Iota with grave accent ()
1F38
uppercase Iota with smooth breathing ()
1F39
uppercase Iota with rough breathing ()
1FD8
uppercase Iota with breve ()
1FD9
uppercase Iota with macron ()
1F3C
uppercase Iota with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F3D
uppercase Iota with rough breathing and acute accent
1F3A
uppercase Iota with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F3B
uppercase Iota with rough breathing and grave accent
1F3E
uppercase Iota with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
1F3F
uppercase Iota with rough breathing and circumflex accent
03AA
uppercase Iota with
03F3
yot
03BA
lowercase kappa
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03F0
script kappa symbol; not used for Greek text
03D7
lowercase symbol; used as an ampersand
039A
uppercase Kappa
10182
kyathos base sign (papyri)
03CF
uppercase symbol; used as an ampersand
03BB
lowercase lambda
039B
uppercase Lambda
03BC
Greek lowercase mu; do not confuse with , 00B5, micro sign
00B5
micro sign; do not confuse with , 03BC, Greek lowercase mu
039C
uppercase Mu
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
03BD
lowercase nu
039D
uppercase Nu
03BE
lowercase ksi
10185
xestes sign (papyri)
039E
uppercase Ksi
03BF
lowercase omicron
03CC
lowercase omicron with ; also the preferred character for omicron with acute accent;
the use of , 1F79, for omicron with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1F79
lowercase omicron with acute accent (); , 03CC, is the preferred character
1F78
lowercase omicron with grave accent ()
1F40
lowercase omicron with smooth breathing ()
1F41
lowercase omicron with rough breathing ()
1F44
lowercase omicron with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F45
lowercase omicron with rough breathing and acute accent
1F42
lowercase omicron with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F43
lowercase omicron with rough breathing and grave accent
039F
uppercase Omicron
038C
uppercase Omicron with ; also the preferred character for Omicron with acute accent;
the use of , 1FF9, for Omicron with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FF9
uppercase Omicron with acute accent (); , 038C, is the preferred character
1FF8
uppercase Omicron with grave accent ()
1F48
uppercase Omicron with smooth breathing ()
1F49
uppercase Omicron with rough breathing ()
1F4C
uppercase Omicron with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F4D
uppercase Omicron with rough breathing and acute accent
1F4A
uppercase Omicron with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F4B
uppercase Omicron with rough breathing and grave accent
03C0
lowercase pi
03D6
technical pi symbol (so-called omega pi); not used for Greek text
03A0
uppercase Pi
03FB
lowercase san
03FA
uppercase San
03D9
lowercase archaic qoppa
03D8
uppercase archaic Qoppa
03DF
lowercase qoppa
03DE
uppercase Qoppa
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03C1
1FE4
1FE5
03F1
03FC
03A1
1FEC
03C3
03C2
03F2
037C
037B
037D
03A3
03F9
03FE
03FD
03FF
03DB
03DA
03C4
10189
03A4
03C5
03CD
1F7B
1F7A
1FE6
1F50
1F51
1FE0
1FE1
1F54
1F55
1F52
1F53
1F56
1F57
03CB
03B0

1FE3

1FE2
1FE7
03A5

lowercase rho
lowercase rho with smooth breathing ()
lowercase rho with rough breathing ()
tailed rho symbol; not used for Greek text
rho with stroke symbol; used with abbreviations containing
uppercase Rho
uppercase Rho with rough breathing ()
lowercase sigma
lowercase final sigma; do not confuse with , 03DB, stigma
lowercase lunate sigma
lowercase
lowercase
lowercase
uppercase Sigma
uppercase lunate Sigma
uppercase
uppercase
uppercase
lowercase stigma; do not confuse with , 03C2, final sigma
uppercase Stigma
lowercase tau
tryblion base sign (papyri)
uppercase Tau
lowercase upsilon
lowercase upsilon with ; also the preferred character for upsilon with acute accent; the
use of , 1F7B, for upsilon with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
lowercase upsilon with acute accent (); , 03CD, is the preferred character
lowercase upsilon with grave accent ()
lowercase upsilon with circumflex accent ()
lowercase upsilon with smooth breathing ()
lowercase upsilon with rough breathing ()
lowercase upsilon with breve ()
lowercase upsilon with macron ()
lowercase upsilon with smooth breathing and acute accent
lowercase upsilon with rough breathing and acute accent
lowercase upsilon with smooth breathing and grave accent
lowercase upsilon with rough breathing and grave accent
lowercase upsilon with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
lowercase upsilon with rough breathing and circumflex accent
lowercase upsilon with
lowercase upsilon with and ; also the preferred character for upsilon with
and acute accent; the use of , 1FE3, for upsilon with and acute accent,
even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
lowercase upsilon with and acute accent (); , 03B0, is the preferred
character
lowercase upsilon with and grave accent ()
lowercase upsilon with and circumflex accent ()
uppercase Upsilon

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038E

uppercase Upsilon with ; also the preferred character for Upsilon with acute accent;
the use of , 1FEB, for Upsilon with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1FEB
uppercase Upsilon with acute accent (); , 038E, is the preferred character
1FEA
uppercase Upsilon with grave accent ()
1F59
uppercase Upsilon with rough breathing ()
1FE8
uppercase Upsilon with breve ()
1FE9
uppercase Upsilon with macron ()
1F5D
uppercase Upsilon rough breathing and acute accent
1F5B
uppercase Upsilon rough breathing and grave accent
1F5F
uppercase Upsilon rough breathing and circumflex accent
03AB
uppercase Upsilon with
03C6
lowercase phi
03D5
technical phi symbol; not used for Greek text
03A6
uppercase Phi
03C7
lowercase khi
03A7
uppercase Khi
character variant


(for use as an acrophonic numeral) use Stylistic Set 03
03C8
lowercase psi
03A8
uppercase Psi
03C9
lowercase omega
10177
two thirds sign (papyri)
03CE
lowercase omega with ; also the preferred character for omega with acute accent; the
use of , 1F7D, for omega with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
1F7D
lowercase omega with acute accent (); , 03CE, is the preferred character
1F7C
lowercase omega with grave accent ()
1FF6
lowercase omega with circumflex accent ()
1F60
lowercase omega with smooth breathing ()
1F61
lowercase omega with rough breathing ()
1F64
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and acute accent
1F65
lowercase omega with rough breathing and acute accent
1F62
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and grave accent
1F63
lowercase omega with rough breathing and grave accent
1F66
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
1F67
lowercase omega with rough breathing and circumflex accent
1FF3
lowercase omega with iota subscript ()
1FF4
lowercase omega with acute accent and iota subscript
1FF2
lowercase omega with grave accent and iota subscript
1FF7
lowercase omega with circumflex accent and iota subscript
1FA0
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and iota subscript
1FA1
lowercase omega with rough breathing and iota subscript
1FA4
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
1FA5
lowercase omega with rough breathing and acute accent and iota subscript
1FA2
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
1FA3
lowercase omega with rough breathing and grave accent and iota subscript
1FA6
lowercase omega with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
1FA7
lowercase omega with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota subscript
03A9
uppercase Omega; compare , 2126, Ohm sign
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2126
038F
1FFB
1FFA
1F68
1F69
1F6C
1F6D
1F6A
1F6B
1F6E
1F6F
1FFC
1FA8
1FA9
1FAC
1FAD
1FAA
1FAB
1FAE
1FAF
03E1
03E0
0373
0372
0377
0376
03F8
03F7
0301

0384
1FFD
0300
1FEF
0342
1FC0
0313
1FBF

0343
1FBD
0314
1FFE

Ohm sign; preferred representation is , 03A9


uppercase Omega with ; also the preferred character for Omega with acute accent; the
use of , 1FFB, for Omega with acute accent, even in ancient texts, is dissuaded
uppercase Omega with acute accent (); , 038F, is the preferred character
uppercase Omega with grave accent ()
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing ()
uppercase Omega with rough breathing ()
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and acute accent
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and acute accent
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and grave accent
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and grave accent
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and circumflex accent
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and circumflex accent
uppercase Omega with iota adscript ()
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and acute accent and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and grave accent and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with smooth breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
uppercase Omega with rough breathing and circumflex accent and iota adscript
lowercase sampi
uppercase Sampi
lowercase archaic sampi
uppercase archaic Sampi
lowercase Pamphylian digamma
uppercase Pamphylian Digamma
lowercase Bactrian sho
Bactrian uppercase Sho
combining acute accent: used as Greek combining acute accent () and combining
(modern)
spacing (modern) ; do not confuse with , 0374, numeral sign ( )
spacing acute accent (); do not confuse with , 0374, numeral sign ( )
combining grave accent: used as Greek combining grave accent ()
spacing grave accent ()
combining circumflex accent ()
spacing circumflex accent ()
combining comma above: used as combining smooth breathing ()
spacing smooth breathing (); do not confuse with , 2019, apostrophe, or with 02BC,
modifier letter apostrophe (IPA ejective), or with , 1FBD, spacing
combining , used rarely (limited to cases of crasis, like ): a smooth breathing ,
0313, is normally used instead
spacing ; do not confuse with , 2019, apostrophe, or with 02BC, modifier letter
apostrophe (IPA ejective), or with , 1FBF, spacing smooth breathing ()
combining reversed comma above: used as combining rough breathing ()
spacing rough breathing (); do not confuse with , 02BD, modifier letter reversed
comma (weak aspiration), or with , 201B, single high-reversed-9 quotation mark, or with ,

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1FCE
1FDE
1FCD
1FDD
1FCF
1FDF
1FC1
0344
1DC1

0385
1FEE
2E13
1DC0

1FED
0387
003B
037E
0374

0375

203B
2059
035C
2013

23D1
23D2
23D3
23D4
23D5
23D6
23D7
23D8
23D9
10140
10141
10142
0399
10143
0394
0370
0397

2018, left single quotation mark


spacing and
spacing and
spacing and
spacing and
spacing and
spacing and
spacing and
combining : its use is discouraged, use 0308 plus 0301 instead
Greek combining dotted acute accent; used as editorial sign to indicate scribal deletion of
erroneous accent mark
spacing and
spacing and
dotted
Greek combining dotted grave accent; used as editorial sign to indicate scribal deletion of
erroneous accent mark
spacing and
Greek high dot ( ); middle dot (00B7) is now the preferred character
semicolon; also used as the Greek question mark
Greek question mark: its use is now discouraged, use the semicolon (003B) instead
numeral sign, ; in the Milesian numeral system, put to the right of letters
representing numbers; do not confuse with , 0384, the spacing (modern) , or with ,
1FFD, the spacing acute accent ()
lower numeral sign, ; in the Milesian numeral system, put to the left of
letters representing thousands
ancient Greek
five dot punctuation; Greek ; quincunx
combining double breve below: used to mark synizesis, as in ; set between the
two characters to be tied together
the EN dash is used for metrical long; also for ancient Greek ; do not confuse with ,
10191, Roman uncia sign
metrical breve
metrical long over short
metrical short over long
metrical long over two shorts
metrical two shorts over long
metrical two shorts joined
metrical triseme
metrical tetraseme
metrical pentaseme
Attic (epigraphy)
Attic (epigraphy)
Attic one drachma (epigraphy)
Attic 1 (this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)
Attic 5 (epigraphy)
Attic 10 (this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)
Attic 100 (uppercase Heta; this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)
Attic 100 (uppercase Eta; this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)

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03A7
Attic 1,000 (this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)
039C
Attic 10,000 (this OpenType glyph variant is accessed in Stylistic Set03)
10144
Attic 50 (epigraphy)
10145
Attic 500 (epigraphy)
10146
Attic 5,000 (epigraphy)
10147
Attic 50,000 (epigraphy)
10148
Attic 5 talents (epigraphy)
10149
Attic 10 talents (epigraphy)
1014A
Attic 50 talents (epigraphy)
1014B
Attic 100 talents (epigraphy)
1014C
Attic 500 talents (epigraphy)
1014D
Attic 1,000 talents (epigraphy)
1014E
Attic 5,000 talents (epigraphy)
1014F
Attic 5 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10150
Attic 10 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10151
Attic 50 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10152
Attic 100 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10153
Attic 500 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10154
Attic 1,000 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10155
Attic 10,000 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10156
Attic 50,000 staters (epigraphy)
character variant


(with three-bar sigma) use Stylistic Set 04
10157
Attic 10 mnas (epigraphy)
10158
Heraeum 1 plethron (epigraphy)
10159
Thespian 1 (epigraphy)
1015A
Hermionian 1 (epigraphy)
1015B
Epidaurean 2 (epigraphy); do not confuse with , 205A, two dot punctuation
1015C
Thespian 2 (epigraphy)
1015D
Cyrenaic 2 drachmas (epigraphy)
1015E
Epidaurean 2 drachmas (epigraphy)
1015F
Troezenian 5 (epigraphy)
10160
Troezenian 10 (epigraphy)
10161
Troezenian 10, alternate form (epigraphy)
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10162
10163
10164
10165
10166
10167
10168
10169
1016A
1016B
1016C
1016D
1016E
1016F
10170
10171
10172
10173
10174
2E0E





2E0F
2E10
2E11
2E12
2E14
2E15
2E16
10175
10179
10176
10177
10178
1017A
1017B
1017C
1017D
1017E
1017F
10180
10181
10182
10183
10184
10185
10186

Hermionian 10 (epigraphy)
Messenian 10 (epigraphy)
Thespian 10 (epigraphy)
Thespian 30 (epigraphy)
Troezenian 50 (epigraphy)
Troezenian 50, alternate form (epigraphy)
Hermionian 50 (epigraphy)
Thespian 50 (epigraphy)
Thespian 100 (epigraphy)
Thespian 300 (epigraphy)
Epidaurean 500 (epigraphy)
Troezenian 500 (epigraphy)
Thespian 500 (epigraphy)
Carystian 500 (epigraphy)
Naxian 500 (epigraphy)
Thespian 1,000 (epigraphy)
Thespian 5,000 (epigraphy)
Delphic 5 mnas (epigraphy)
Stratian 50 mnas (epigraphy)
editorial ; indicates the end of a section or of a poem in a papyrus
character variants:
use InDesigns Glyphs palette
use InDesigns Glyphs palette
; marks a break in the text
forked ; similar in function to
reversed forked
; mark used in papyri to divide words from one another
downwards ancora
upwards ancora
; dotted right-pointing angle
one half sign (papyri)
year sign (papyri)
one half sign, alternate form (papyri)
two thirds sign (papyri)
three quarters sign (papyri)
talent sign (papyri)
drachma sign (papyri)
obol sign (papyri)
two obols sign (papyri)
three obols sign (papyri)
four obols sign (papyri)
five obols sign (papyri)
metretes sign (papyri)
kyathos base sign (papyri)
litra sign (papyri)
ounkia sign (papyri)
xestes sign (papyri)
artabe sign (papyri)

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10187
10188
10189
1018A

Cyrillic
0430
0410
0431
0411
0432
0412
0433
0413
0491
0490
0453
0403
0434
0414
0452
0402
0435
0450
0451
0415
0400
0401
0454
0404
0436
0416
0437
0417
0455
0405
0438
0418
045D
040D
0456
0406
0457
0407
0439
0419
0458
0408
043A

aroura sign (papyri)


gramma sign (papyri)
tryblion base sign (papyri)
zero sign (papyri)

(the italic alternate form is available through InDesigns Glyphs palette)

(the italic alternate form is available through InDesigns Glyphs palette)

(the italic alternate form is available through InDesigns Glyphs palette)

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041A
045C
040C
043B
041B
0459
0409
043C
041C
043D
041D
045A
040A
2116
043E
041E
043F
041F
0440
0420
0441
0421
0442
0422
045B
040B
0443
0423
045E
040E
0444
0424
0445
0425
0446
0426
0447
0427
045F
040F
0448
0428
0449
0429
044A
042A
044B
042B

Numero sign
(the italic alternate form is available through InDesigns Glyphs palette)

(the italic alternate form is available through InDesigns Glyphs palette)

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044C
042C
0463
0462
044D
042D
044E
042E
044F
042F
0473
0472
0475
0474
0486

combining cyrillic psili pneumata; used to compose egyptological yod: i and I plus gives
iandI

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