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U+2184, ↄ
LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED C

[U+2183]
Number Forms
[U+2185]
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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Created by the Roman Emperor Claudius. Inspired by the Greek psi.

Symbol[edit]

  1. Lower-case antisigma, resembling a reversed Roman numeral for one hundred. Used to replace BS and PS, much like X stood in for CS and GS

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