𐍊

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𐍊 U+1034A, 𐍊
GOTHIC LETTER NINE HUNDRED
[unassigned: U+1034B–U+1034F]
← 𐍉
[U+10349]
Gothic 𐍐 β†’
[U+10350]

Gothic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

According to SnΓ¦dal (2015; see references), from Ancient Greek Ο‘ (Ε‘, β€œsampi”), which shares the same numerical value and had a very similar shape in antiquity (see its Wikipedia article for more information on its past forms).

Letter[edit]

𐍊 β€’ (900)

  1. The twenty-seventh letter of the Gothic alphabet, with a numerical value of 900.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • SnΓ¦dal, 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 98.