πŒ€

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EtruscanA-01.svg
πŒ€ U+10300, 𐌀
OLD ITALIC LETTER A
[unassigned: U+102FC–U+102FF]
← 𐋻
[U+102FB]
Old Italic 𐌁 β†’
[U+10301]

Translingual[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a variant of the Grek script, ultimately from the Phoenician 𐀀.

Letter[edit]

πŒ€

  1. The first letter of the archaic and classical Etruscan alphabets, of the Oscan alphabet, and of the Alphabet of Lugano; equivalent to the letter A of the Roman alphabet; transliterated ⟨a⟩; and bearing the letter name a.

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