ν΄

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See also: Ν΄, ͵ν, and ͵Ν

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Numeral[edit]

ν΄

  1. (nonstandard) Alternative form of Ν΄

Usage notes[edit]

Nonstandard in modern Greek, which typically employs the capital letters. Byzantine Greek employed lower-case letters, but used macrons rather than the present-day numeral mark. The Greek numbers from 1 to 999 are properly marked using the Greek numeral sign (κεραία, keraía). This appears in Unicode as greek numeral sign ʹ (U+0374), which is anomalous on Wiktionary and improperly links as ʹ (modifier letter prime, U+02B9). This entry is encoded using the modern Greek accent mark (τόνος, tónos), which appears in Unicode as tonos ΄ (U+0384). Other marks are also sometimes used.

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1sΑ΄ α΄Β΄ β΄Γ΄ γ΄Δ΄ δ΄Ε΄ ε΄Ϛ΄ ϛ΄ ΣΤ΄ Στ΄ στ΄ Ϝ΄ ϝ΄Ζ΄ ζ΄Η΄ η΄Θ΄ θ΄
10sΙ΄ ι΄Κ΄ κ΄Λ΄ λ΄Μ΄ μ΄Ν΄ ν΄Ξ΄ ξ΄Ο΄ ο΄Π΄ π΄Ϟ΄ ϟ΄
100sΡ΄ ρ΄Σ΄ σ΄Τ΄ τ΄Υ΄ υ΄Φ΄ φ΄Χ΄ χ΄Ψ΄ ψ΄Ω΄ ω΄Ϡ΄ ϡ΄
1000s͵Α ͵α͵Β ͵β͵Γ ͵γ͵Δ ͵δ͵Ε ͵ε͵Ϛ ͵ϛ ͵ΣΤ ͵Στ ͵στ ͵Ϝ ͵ϝ͵Ζ ͵ζ͵Η ͵η͵Θ ͵θ
10,000s͵Ι ͵ι͵Κ ͵κ͵Λ ͵λ͵Μ ͵μ͵Ν ͵ν͵Ξ ͵ξ͵Ο ͵ο͵Π ͵π͵Ϟ ͵ϟ
100,000s͵Ρ ͵ρ͵Σ ͵σ͵Τ ͵τ͵Υ ͵υ͵Φ ͵φ͵Χ ͵χ͵Ψ ͵ψ͵Ω ͵ω͵Ϡ ͵ϡ
Greek number and measurement appendix