One form of ᚠ
Probably from the Etruscan 𐌅, from the Phoenician character waw (𐤅 (w)). Cognates would then include the Ancient Greek Ϝ (W), ϝ (w) and the Latin F.
- A letter of the Runic alphabet, with the reconstructed name *fehu (“cattle”), representing /ɸ/ or /f/.
- Present in the Elder Fuþark (called fehu), the Anglo-Saxon fuþorc (called feoh), and the Younger Fuþark (called fé). Associated in all three with wealth.
- Abbreviation of fé.