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U+16C4, ᛄ
RUNIC LETTER GER

[U+16C3]
Runic
[U+16C5]

Translingual[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Elder Fuþark , possibly a modification of the Latin G or C, possibly a Germanic innovation.

Letter[edit]

  1. A letter of the Runic alphabet, present in the Elder Fuþark (), the Anglo-Saxon Fuþorc (ᛄ, called ġēr), and the Younger Fuþark (, called ár in Old Norse), representing /j/ in the Anglo-Saxon Fuþorc, and associated with the year or the harvest.

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