Appendix:Variations of "b"

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The letter “b” is subject to a range of variations through capitalization and use in different scripts. These include:

Capitalization and punctuation[edit]

Diacritics[edit]

  • - majuscule, with dot above
  • - miniscule, with dot above
  • - majuscule, with dot below
  • - miniscule, with dot below
  • - majuscule, with underline
  • - minuscule, with underline
  • Ƀ - majuscule, with stroke
  • ƀ - minuscule, with stroke
  • - minuscule, with middle tilde
  • - minuscule, with lower hook
  • Ɓ - majuscule, with upper hook
  • ɓ - minuscule, with upper hook
  • Ƃ - majuscule, Zhuang variation
  • ƃ - minuscule, Zhuang variation

Ligatures[edit]

Other encodings[edit]

Other representations of B:

Other scripts[edit]


Aramaic[edit]

Armenian[edit]

  • Բ - majuscule
  • բ - minuscule

Cyrillic[edit]

Greek[edit]

Hangeul[edit]

  • (b, bieup)

Hebrew[edit]

Ogham[edit]

Arabic[edit]

Braille[edit]

Coptic[edit]

Phoenician[edit]

Yiddish[edit]

Glagolitic[edit]

Zhuang[edit]

Other[edit]

Symbols[edit]

IPA[edit]

Numerical combinations[edit]

Similar symbols[edit]

  • ß the German ligature Eszett looks like a Greek beta, but is unrelated.
  • The Cyrillic б is notably similar in appearance to the numeral 6.
  • Chinese radical (3 strokes), meaning 'place', has a shape similar to B; however, it is pronounced .
  • The number 13 may be confused with a capital B when handwritten.