See also: Ꙩ [U+A668 CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER MONOCULAR O]
ꙩ [U+A669 CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER MONOCULAR O]
ʘ [U+0298 LATIN LETTER BILABIAL CLICK]
☉ [U+2609 SUN]
⊙ [U+2299 CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR]
⨀ [U+2A00 N-ARY CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR] , and ◉ [U+25C9 FISHEYE]
Etymology [ edit ]
Uncertain. According to Snædal (2015; see references), most likely an adapted
Ancient Greek Θ ( Th, “ theta ” ), though links to Ψ ( Ps, “ psi ” ) have also been made.
𐍈 • ( )
The twenty-fifth letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /ʍ/, with a numerical value of 700. It is transliterated into the Latin alphabet as ƕ.
See also [ edit ]
Wikipedia article on Hwair ( Gothic script letters) 𐌰 ( a ), 𐌱 ( b ), 𐌲 ( g ), 𐌳 ( d ), 𐌴 ( ē ), 𐌵 ( q ), 𐌶 ( z ), 𐌷 ( h ), 𐌸 ( þ ), 𐌹 ( i ), 𐌺 ( k ), 𐌻 ( l ), 𐌼 ( m ), 𐌽 ( n ), 𐌾 ( j ), 𐌿 ( u ), 𐍀 ( p ), 𐍁 ( 90 ), 𐍂 ( r ), 𐍃 ( s ), 𐍄 ( t ), 𐍅 ( w ), 𐍆 ( f ), 𐍇 ( x ), 𐍈 ( ƕ ), 𐍉 ( ō ), 𐍊 ( 900 )
References [ edit ]
Snædal, Magnus, 'Gothic Contact with Latin: Gotica Parisina and Wulfila's Alphabet', in: Askedal, J.O. and H.F. Nielsen ed., Early Germanic Languages in Contact (Amsterdam 2015) pp. 91-108, especially 99-100.