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The History of the @ Sign (W3)

Es gibt mehrere Hypothesen über die Entstehung des "@". Eine für unseren lateinisch basierten Sprachraum ist, dass das Zeichen ausgehend vom Mittelalter als handschriftliche Verschmelzung (Ligatur) der Buchstaben "a" und "d" des lateinischen Wortes "ad" (dt. "bei", "zu") entstanden ist.

Das "@" ist erst mit der IT/TK so richtig in unser aktuelles Kulturgut eingepflanzt worden. Das "@" ist grundlegender Bestandteil jeder E-Mail-Adresse, indem es den individuellen Benutzername und den Domainnamen voneinander trennt.

"@" : engl. "at", dt. "zu", "an", "bei", "Klammeraffe", "Affenschwanz", "Affenschaukel", Symbol für "Rose", frz. "Arrobas"

Der Klammeraffe (@) feierte in der 42. Woche 2001 Geburtstag: Seit 30 Jahren routet er elektronische Mails durch die Server dieser Welt.

Das @ steht in der Internetadresse als Trennung zwischen dem Namen des Empfängers und dem Namen der Domain, wo dieser einen E-Mail-Account besitzt: empfaenger@domain.de.

Im No./Dez. 1971 schickt Raymond Tomlinson die erste E-Mail über das Arpanet, dem Vorläufer des Internets, von einem Rechner zum andern. Um den Namen des Empfängers vom Namen des Rechners zu trennen wählte er das @-Zeichen und kombinierte die Adresse als "empfaenger@host".

Das "@-Zeichen" ist jedoch bereits in einem Brief des Florentiner Kaufmanns Francesco Lapi vom 4. Mai 1536 von Sevilla nach Rom zu finden. In seinem Brief beschreibt er die Ankunft von 3 Schiffen aus Lateinamerika und informiert darüber, dass "dort eine Amphora Wein (= 1/3 Fass) 70 bis 80 Dukaten wert sei. Die "Amphore" kürzt er dabei als "@" ab und schreibt also "eine @ Wein". Interessanterweise findet man diesen Zusammenhang - "@" als Zeichen italienischer und spanischer Kaufleute für die Maßeinheit "Amphora" - noch in span. "Arroba" = dt. "Amphore", spanisches Gewicht und Hohlmaß (11,5 kg), aber auch = dt. "Klammeraffe", "@". Und in Frankreich findet man frz. "arrobase" = dt. "Klammeraffe", "@".

Einige Jahrhunderte früher - 6./7. Jh. - findet man "@" bereits als von Mönchen benutztes Kurzzeichen für lat. "ad". Kaufleute benutzten es z.B. in der Bedeutung "je", etwa als "zwei Kisten Whiskey @ 10 Dollar" = "zwei Kisten Whiskey "zu je" 10 Dollar". Ab 1885 findet man es als Kommerzielles Zeichen mit der Bedeutung "zum Preis von". Und genau diesem Umstand ist es zu verdanken, dass das "@-Zeichen" Ende des 19. Jh. auf amerikanischen und englischen Schreibmaschinen zu finden ist. Als dann im Jahr 1963 die ASCII-Standardcodierung (7-bit-Format) veröffentlicht wird, nimmt man auch das "@-Zeichen" in die Sammlung der 95 druckbaren Zeichen auf. Allerdings wird es im Jahr 1971 nur noch selten benutzt und genau dieser Umstand läßt es für Raymond Tomlinson als geeignetes Zeichen für seinen Zweck erscheinen, mit der Bedeutung engl. "at" (engl. "user x at host y" = dt. "Benutzer x am Rechner y").

Im Jahr 1973 wird der RFC 469 veröffentlicht, in dem der Vorschlag von Raymond Tomlinson zementiert wird und eine E-Mailadresse in der Form "user@host" definiert wird. Ab 1980 entstehen die Code-Protokolle, auf denen das heute genutzte "Simple Mail Transfer Protocol" ("SMPT") basiert.

Im deutschen Sprachraum haben sich die umgangssprachlichen Bezeichnungen "Affenschwanz", "Affenohr", "Affenschaukel", "Klammeraffe", "Schweineschwänzchen" oder "Elefantenohr" etabliert, auch wenn die meisten PC-Anwender schnöde "at" (phonetisch "ät") sagen. Auch international fördert das "@" offenbar die Phantasie der Benutzer heraus, wie diese Auszüge von internationalen Beispielen aus Wikipedia belegen: ...


Das "@" kommt ins Morse-Alphabet

Das E-Mail-Symbol "@" gibt es ab Mai 2004 auch im Morse-Alphabet. "Soweit wir wissen, ist es die erste Änderung im Alphabet seit mindestens 60 Jahren", sagte ein Sprecher der zuständigen Internationalen Telekommunikationsunion (ITU) der "New York Times".

Das Zeichen "@" hat seit Februar 2004 auch einen Morse-Code ".--.-." = "ac". Inofiziell hatte sich aber schon vorher die Zeichenfolge "..--" für das Wort "at" etabliert, die auch wegen der kürzeren Zeichenfolge wohl auch in Zukunft favorisiert wird.

In Emoticons wird das Zeichen "@" auch als "Rosensymbol" eingesetzt. In der Türkei wird es "Rose" genannt.

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(E1)(L1) http://art-bin.com/art/asignoftimes.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.genius-computer.de/lexikon/%40/%40.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.guardian.co.uk/notesandqueries/query/0,5753,-1773,00.html

Does the symbol @ have a name? If not, any suggestions?


(E?)(L?) http://www.itu.int/


(E?)(L?) http://www.lipka.se/kanelbulle.jpg

schwed. "kanelbulle"


(E?)(L?) http://www.moma.org/
Das "@" ist seit 2010 auch im New Yorker "Museum of Modern Art" zu finden - als Designmeilenstein.

(E?)(L?) http://www.moma.org/collection/browse_results.php?object_id=134555

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Ray Tomlinson (American, born 1941)
1971. ITC American Typewriter Medium
151.2010

Related Links Date: 1971


(E?)(L?) http://www.moma.org/explore/inside_out/2010/03/22/at-moma

March 22, 2010 | Collection & Exhibitions, Design

@ at MoMA

Posted by Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design

Ray Tomlinson. @. 1971. Here displayed in ITC American Typewriter Medium, the closest approximation to the character used by a Model 33 Teletype in the early 1970s

MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design has acquired the @ symbol into its collection. It is a momentous, elating acquisition that makes us all proud. But what does it mean, both in conceptual and in practical terms?
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In order to understand why we have chosen to acquire the @ symbol, and how it will exist in our collection, it is necessary to understand where @ comes from, and why it’s become so ubiquitous in our world.

A Little History

The @ symbol used in a 1536 letter from an Italian merchant

Some linguists believe that @ dates back to the sixth or seventh century, a ligature meant to fuse the Latin preposition ad — meaning "at", "to", or "toward" — into a unique pen stroke. The symbol persisted in sixteenth-century Venetian trade, where it was used to mean "amphora", a standard-size terracotta vessel employed by merchants, which had become a unit of measure. Interestingly, the current Spanish word for "@", "arroba", also indicates a unit of measure.

Arroba sign in document from the 1400s denoting a wheat shipment from Castile

The @ symbol was known as the "commercial ‘a’" when it appeared on the keyboard of the American Underwood typewriter in 1885, and it was defined as such, for the first time, in the American Dictionary of Printing & Bookmaking in 1894. From this point on the symbol itself was standardized both stylistically and in its application, and it appeared in the original 1963 "ASCII" ("American Standard Code for Information Interchange") list of computer codes. At the time @ was explained as an abbreviation for the word "at" or for the phrase "at the rate of", mainly used in accounting and commercial invoices.

Ray Tomlinson’s @

In 1967, American electrical engineer Ray Tomlinson joined the technology company of "Bolt Beranek and Newman" ("BBN"), where he created the world’s first e-mail system a few years later, in 1971, using a Model KSR 33 Teletype device. BBN had a contract from the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the U.S. Department of Defense to help in the development of ARPAnet, an early network from which the Internet later emerged. Working with Douglas Engelbart on the whole program, Tomlinson was in particular responsible for the development of the sub-program that can send messages between computers on this network. It was the first system able to send mail between users on different hosts connected to the ARPAnet, while previously mail could be sent only to hosts that used the same computer.

In January 1971, @ was an underused jargon symbol lingering on the keyboard and marred by a very limited register. By October, Tomlinson had rediscovered and appropriated it, imbuing it with new meaning and elevating it to defining symbol of the computer age. He chose the @ for his first e-mail because of its strong locative sense — an individual, identified by a username, is @ this institution/computer/server -, and also because…it was already there, on the keyboard, and nobody ever used it.

Is @ Design?

The appropriation and reuse of a pre-existing, even ancient symbol — a symbol already available on the keyboard yet vastly underutilized, a ligature meant to resolve a functional issue (excessively long and convoluted programming language) brought on by a revolutionary technological innovation (the Internet) — is by all means an act of design of extraordinary elegance and economy. Without any need to redesign keyboards or discard old ones, Tomlinson gave the @ symbol a completely new function that is nonetheless in keeping with its origins, with its penchant for building relationships between entities and establishing links based on objective and measurable rules — a characteristic echoed by the function @ now embodies in computer programming language. Tomlinson then sent an email about the @ sign and how it should be used in the future. He therefore consciously, and from the very start, established new rules and a new meaning for this symbol.

Why @ Is in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art
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What Have We Acquired?
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A Few More Details About @

The @ symbol is now part of the very fabric of life all over the world. Nowhere is this more vividly demonstrated than in the affectionate names @ has been given by different cultures. Germans, Poles, and South Africans call "@" "monkey’s tail" in each different language. Chinese see a "little mouse", and Italians and the French, a "snail". For the Russians "@" symbolizes a "dog", while the Finnish know "@" as the "miukumauku", meaning the "sign of the meow", and believe that the symbol is inspired by a curled-up sleeping cat. The "@ symbol" has become so significant that people feel they need to make sense of it; hence it has inspired its own folkloric tradition.

The "@ sign" is such an extraordinary mediating symbol that recently in the Spanish language it has begun to express gender neutrality; for example, in the typical expression "Hola l@s viej@s amig@s y l@s nuev@s amig@s!" ("Hello old friends and new friends!") Its potential for such succinct negotiations (whether between man and machine, or between traditional gender classifications and the current spectrum) and its range of application continue to expand. It has truly become a way of expressing society’s changing technological and social relationships, expressing new forms of behavior and interaction in a new world.


(E?)(L?) http://www.printmag.com/Article/-At-MoMA

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by Steven Heller
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(E?)(L?) http://www.purnas.com/2009/06/30/la-arroba-no-es-de-sevilla-ni-de-italia/

La "arroba" no es de Sevilla (ni de Italia)
Martes, junio 30, 2009 10:08
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(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/commercial+at


(E?)(L?) http://www.romerolandia.com/

Pedro Romero Sedeno
Oil-on-linen-&-wire | Site-specific | Ceramics
Modern '@' Collection | The DALA Portfolio | NeoBohemia | Contact Page


(E?)(L?) http://rosemarygoround.blogspot.com/2010/04/moma-romis.html

08 April 2010
@MOMA & @Romi's
The other day I was listening to NPR and caught some interesting news. MOMA has "acquired" the @ sign into its design collection. In a nutshell, MOMA has honored the humble @ sign for its history, usage and design. Did you know it's been around for centuries? Neither did I! Read about it here. It's fascinating to read how the @ sign was used before becoming a symbol of the internet age.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.thestandard.com/article/0,1902,24139,00.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U0000.pdf


(E1)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/Internet/2002/HistoryofAtSign.asp


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/At_sign


(E?)(L?) http://okapicrux.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/moma-at-symbol-acquisition-art-criticism/

The announcement by MOMA NY that it had acquired the “@” symbol for its collection sent more than a few critical thinkers into a tizzy.
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(E?)(L?) http://uppercaseq.wordpress.com/2010/03/23/visiting-the-destination/

I learned via the MoMA blog that the Modern Museum made an interesting, if unprecedented acquisition into its collection today. It acquired @, the (at) symbol–not just an @, or an object, but the universal @. Some day I hope understand the legal logistics of that transaction and contract, but today, I am just in awe of the implications this has for collecting museums, and the definition of the museum itself.
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(E1)(L1) http://www.yourdictionary.com/cgi-bin/wotdarch.cgi


(E?)(L?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt27G9HKIlI

Pedro's Modern "@" Collection


(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=8&content=@
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Dt. "@" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1780 / 1990 auf.
Span. "@" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1670 auf.
Frz. "@" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1620 auf.
Engl. "@" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1580 auf.

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:-) (W3)

Das Emoticon ":-)" erblickte am 12.04.1979 das Licht der Welt. Kevon McKenzie machte in einer (E-Mail-)Diskussionsgruppe den Vorschlag die trockenen Diskussionsbeiträge mit "emotionalen Zeichen" aufzulockern.

Ein anderer Anwärter auf den Titel des Emoticon-Erfinders ist der US-Forscher Scott E. Fahlmann. Dieser soll am 19. September 1982 in einem Online-Forum vorgeschlagen haben, die Zeichenfolge ":-)" als Kennzeichen für Humor und ":-(" als Kennzeichen für ernste Beiträge zu benutzen.

Die in E-Mails heute üblichen Emoticons gibt es seit dem 12. April 1979. Damals machte Kevin McKenzie, Teilnehmer einer Mail-Diskussionsgruppe, den Vorschlag, die inhaltlich trockenen Schreiben mit Symbolen anzureichern, die Emotionen ausdrücken.

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Ancient Scripts of the World

(E?)(L?) http://www.ancientscripts.com/
An excellent and informative site about ancient writing systems of the world with examples, charts and many links. Highly recommended.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.ansi.org/
Wie der ASCII-Zeichensatz basiert auch der ANSI-Zeichensatz nur auf einem Byte, kann also auch nur 256 Zeichen darstellen.
Um die Verwirrung nicht zu veringern hat man (z.B.) die deutschen Umlaute in ANSI und ASCII mit verschiedenen Bitkombinationen versehen.

Homepage der ANSI mit aktuellen Informationen zur Tätigkeit des Standardisierungsgremiums (in Englisch)

asterisko (W3)

"asterisko" (simbolo) ist die Esperanto-Bezeichnung für dt. "Asterisk" = "Sternchen". Die Bezeichnung "asterisko" für das typografische Zeichen "*" geht zurück auf griech. "asterískos", lat. "Asteriskus" = dt. "Sternchen".

(E?)(L?) http://www.reta-vortaro.de/revo/


Erstellt: 2010-09

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Alphabets and Writing Systems

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bme
Buchstabieralphabete

(E6)(L?) http://www.bme.ie/resource/dictionary/phonetic_alphabet_de.htm


Braille (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/braille.htm

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"Braille" is writing system which enables blind and partially sighted people to read and write through touch. It was invented by "Louis Braille" (1809-1852), a French teacher of the blind. It consists of patterns of raised dots arranged in cells of up to six dots in a 3 x 2 configuration. Each cell represents a letter, numeral or punctuation mark. Some frequently used words and letter combinations also have their own single cell patterns.
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Buchstabieralphabet
Das internationale Buchstabieralphabet



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crescent and five-pointed star symbol (W3)

Hinter allen Bezeichnungen mit "Crescent" steckt der "aufgehende Halbmond".

(E1)(L1) http://www.symbols.com/index/wordindex-c.html


(E1)(L1) http://www.symbols.com/encyclopedia/24/2462.html

This is the well-known ideogram found on most of the Islamic countries' national flags. This ideogram is a general symbol for the Islamic faith. It combines the pictorial sign for the waning moon and the sign for the planet Venus as the Morning star.
The five points of the Venus star are in this context said to represent the five pillars of Islam:
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Kyrillisch

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Zu "Kyrillisch" gab es z.B. folgenden Hinweis:

Der Name des Zeichensystems geht auf den griechischen Mönch und Missionar "Kyrill von Saloniki" zurück. Wahrscheinlich war es einer seiner Schüler, "Kliment von Ohrid", der die Zeichen am Hofe des bulgarischen Zaren im 10. Jahrhundert entwickelte.
Die meisten Buchstabenformen gehen auf das griechische Alphabet, welches "Kyrill" sozusagen im Gepäck mitbrachte, zurück; andere wurden aus dem glagolitischen Zeichensystem übernommen.

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ist eine unabhängige Online-Plattform für digitale Schriftkultur, welche im Studiengang Design an der Fachhochschule Mainz entwickelt wurde.

Zielsetzung des vom Bundesminsterium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) unterstützten Projektes ist es, die Basis für eine typografische Grundlagenforschung zu schaffen und dem Computer-Nutzer einen inhaltlichen Zugang zu den Zeichen dieser Welt zu ermöglichen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.decodeunicode.org/en/glossary
Das GLOSSAR enthielt am 11.07.2005 folgende Begriffe:

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About "languages using latin script"
What special characters are needed to write

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What special characters are needed in romanization of

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About languages using cyrillic script
What special characters are needed to write

| _abaza | _abkhaz | _adyghian | _altai | _avar | _azerbaijani | _bashkir | _bulgarian | _buryat | _byelorussian | _chechen | _chukchi | _chuvash | _crimean | _darg | _dungan | _erzyan | _eskimo | _even | _evenk | _gagauz | _ingush | _kabardian | _kalmyk | _kara-kalpak | _karachay-balkar | _kazakh | _khakass | _khanty | _komi | _komi-permyak | _koryak | _kumyk | _kyrgyz | _lakh | _lezgian | _macedonian | _mansi | _mari-hill | _mari-meadow | _moksha | _moldavian | _mongolian | _nanai | _nenets | _nivkh | _nogay | _ossetic | _russian | _selkup | _serbian | _tabasaran | _tajik | _talysh | _tatar | _turkmen | _tuvinian | _udmurt | _ukrainian | _uzbek | _yakut


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About Michael Everson

Michael Everson, based in Westport, Co. Mayo, is an expert in the writing systems of the world. He is active in supporting minority-language communities, especially in the fields of character standardization and internationalization. He is one of the co-authors of the Unicode Standard, and is a Contributing Editor and Irish National Representative to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2, the committee responsible for the development and maintenance of the Universal Character Set. He is a linguist, typesetter, and font designer who has contributed to the encoding in of many scripts and characters. In 2005 and 2006 his work to encode the Balinese and N’Ko scripts was supported by UNESCO’s Initiative B@bel programme.

Michael received the Unicode “Bulldog” Award in 2000 for his technical contributions to the development and promotion of the Unicode Standard.

Active in the area of practical implementations, Michael has created locale and language information for many languages, from support for Irish and the other Celtic langauges to the minority languages of Finland. In 2003 he was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme to prepare a report on the computer locale requirements for Afghanistan, which was endorsed by the Ministry of Communications of the Afghan Transitional Islamic Administration. He prepared a number of fonts and keyboard layouts for Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther).

Michael was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania in 1963, and moved to Tucson, Arizona at the age of 12. He studied German, Spanish, and French for his B.A. at the University of Arizona (1985), and the History of Religions and Indo-European Linguistics for his M.A. at the University of California, Los Angeles (1988). He moved to Ireland in 1989, and was a Fulbright Scholar in the Faculty of Celtic Studies, University College Dublin (1991).


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Phonetic Alphabets
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Phonetic Alphabets (Alpha Bravo etc) May 1997

There is a widely known alphabet Alpha Bravo ... Yankee Zulu.
Such alphabets are variously known as phonetic/radio/spelling/telephone alphabets, and the term analogy alphabet is also used. This collection currently includes alphabets for the following languages:

English, French, German, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Romansh, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian, Croatian, Serbo-Croat, Romanian, Turkish, Hebrew, Russian, Swahili, Kwanyama, Ndonga, Afrikaans, Chinese and Esperanto.
This posting supersedes the one of 21 March 1997. There are two new alphabets: one Greek and one Turkish.
...
In my capacity as the editor of this collection I have no objection to the further electronic distribution of this posting in full in circumstances where it is likely to be of interest, and where a document of this length is acceptable; in the case of Web pages I ask that care be taken, as it is easy to mangle something.
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The NATO phonetic alphabet:
Alpha | Bravo | Charlie | Delta | Echo | Foxtrot | Golf | Hotel | India | Juliet | Kilo | Lima | Mike | November | Oscar | Papa | Quebec | Romeo | Sierra | Tango | Uniform | Victor | Whiskey | Xray | Yankee | Zulu

[This alphabet dates from about 1955 and is approved by the International Civil Aviation Organization, the FAA and the International Telecommunication Union; note that different bodies prefer different spellings, so one also sees: Alfa Juliett Juliette Oskar Viktor]

[The alphabet above is from the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language.
An alphabet with "Alfa" and "X-ray" can be found in The U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military Terms.
"Alfa", "Juliett", "X-ray", which is the ICAO version, appears in A Concise Dictionary Of Slang And Unconventional English and also a Langenscheidt dictionary]

[UK police use "Indigo"(???) instead of "India".
German army handbook 90/91: "Alfa", "Foxtrott", "Juliett".
Italian version: "Alfa", "Charly", "FoxTrot", "Giuliet", "Romio", "Wiskey".
An Indonesian phrase book: "Beta", "Ultra", "Volvo", "Whisky", "X-ray".
A precursor of the present alphabet (1952?) had: "Alfa", "Coca", "Metro", "Nectar", "Siera", "Union", "Whisky" Extra]

Phonetics for digits (from an amateur radio FAQ): zero | one | two | tree | fower | fife | six | seven | eight | niner

From the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language: zero | wun | too | tree | fower | fife | six | seven | ait | niner

'Telecom B': [Note similarity to "Apples", "Butter", "Charlie"]:
Alfred | Benjamin | Charles | David | Edward | Frederick | George | Harry | Isaac | Jack | King | London | Mary | Nellie | Oliver | Peter | Queen | Robert | Samuel | Tommy | Uncle | Victor | William | Xray | Yellow | Zebra

[Found also in Swedish, Dutch, Hungarian telephone directories.
An 'analogy alphabet' in a Kenyan directory has "Charlie" and no "Y".
A Swiss directory: "Andrew", "Charlie", "Lussy", "Queenie", "Sugar".
French/German vocabulary books: "Andrew", "Charlie", "Lucy", "Mike", "Nelly", "Sugar", "Xmas".
English phrase books for Spanish/Italian speakers: "Charlie".
A 'British English' alphabet in a Langenscheidt dictionary: "Andrew", "Charlie", "Lucy", "Queenie", "Sugar", "Xmas"]

[Used as an English alphabet by telephone operators in Israel]

'British A':
Amsterdam | Baltimore | Casablanca | Denmark | Edison | Florida | Gallipoli | Havana | Italia | Jerusalem | Kilogramme | Liverpool | Madagascar | New_York | Oslo | Paris | Quebec | Roma | Santiago | Tripoli | Uppsala | Valencia | Washington | Xantippe | Yokohama | Zurich

[An 'international' alphabet in a Dutch telephone directory has: "Danemark".
A 'French' alphabet in a Hungarian directory has: "Cassablanka", "Danemark", "Que'bec", "Upsala", "Zürich/Zurich".
An 'international' alphabet in a business book for French has: "Italy", "Kilogram", "Zürich/Zurich";
the corresponding book for German has: "Italy", "Kilogram", "Xanthippe", "Zürich/Zurich".
An 'international' alphabet in a Langenscheidt dictionary: "Danemark", "Madagaskar", "Que'bec", "Upsala", "Xanthippe", "Zürich/Zurich"]

[West Berlin telephone directory 1965: "Danemark", "Je'rusalem", "Madagaskar", "Que'bec", "Upsala", "Xanthippe", "Zürich/Zurich".
Santa Fe (Argentina) 1955: "Dinamarca", "Habana", "Jerusale'n", "Kilogramo", "Nueva_York", "N~andubay", "Upsala", "Wa'shington", "Xantipo", "Yokoama".
Azores 1966: "Danemark", "Ita'lia", "Jerusale'm", "New-York", "Que'bec", "Upsala", "Yokoham"]

[Used as a French alphabet by telephone operators in Israel]

Bombay telephone directory 1962 (also a later source):
Army | Brother | Cinema | Doctor | English | Father | Gold | Hotel | India | Jam | King | Lady | Mother | Navy | Orange | Paper | Queen | Raja | Sister | Table | Uncle | Victory | Water | X-ray | Yellow | Zero

Kenyan and Tanzanian telephone directories 1966:
Africa | Bombay | Charlie | Durban | England | Freddie | George | Harry | India | Japan | Kenya | London | Mombasa | Nairobi | Orange | Peter | Queen | Robert | Sugar | Tanga | Uganda | Victory | William | X-Ray | Yellow | Zanzibar

Johannesburg telephone directory 1965: [Note similarity to Alfred Benjamin]:
Arthur | Betty | Charlie | David | Edward | Frederick | George | Harry | Isaac | Jane | Kate | Lucy | Mary | Nellie | Olive | Peter | Queen | Robert | Simon | Thomas | Union | Violet | William | X-Ray | York | Zero

Malayan telephone directory 1964:
Australia | Bombay | China | Denmark | England | Fiji | Ghana | Hongkong | India | Japan | Kedah | London | Malacca | Norway | Osaka | Penang | Queensland | Russia | Singapore | Turkey | Uganda | Victoria | Wales | X'Ray | Yokohama | Zanzibar

Used by police in New York City: [Note similarity to ARRL and Western Union]:
Adam | Boy | Charlie | David | Edward | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | King | Lincoln | Mary | Nora | Ocean | Peter | Queen | Robert | Sam | Tom | Union | Victor | William | X-ray | Young | Zebra

[Variants: "Eddie", "Larry", "Nancy", "Thomas", "Yankee", "Yellow"]

Used by police in Nassau County, Long Island, New York:
Adam | Boston | Chicago | Denver | Edward | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | King | Lincoln | Mary | Nancy | Ocean | Peter | Queen | Robert | Sam | Thomas | Union | Victor | William | X-ray | Young | Zebra

Used by police in San Diego, California:
Adam | Boy | Charles | David | Edward | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | King | Lincoln | Mary | Nora | Ocean | Paul | Queen | Robert | Sam | Tom | Unit | Victor | William | Xray | Yellow | Zebra

Used by police in Hutchinson, Kansas:
Adam | Boy | Charles | David | Edward | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | King | Lincoln | Mary | Nora | Ocean | Paul | Q. | Robert | Sam | Tom | Union | Victor | William | X-ray | Yankee | Zebra

Alternative phonetics sometimes used unofficially in amateur radio:
America | Boston | Canada | Denmark | England | France | Germany | Honolulu | Japan | Kilowatt | London | Mexico | Norway | Ontario/Ocean | Pacific | Radio | Santiago/Spain | Tokyo | United | Victoria | Washington | Yokohama | Zanzibar

Also:
Amsterdam | Baltimore | Brazil | Chile | Egypt | Finland | Geneva | Greece | Guatemala | Hawaii | Italy | Kentucky | King | Luxembourg | Montreal | Nicaragua | Portugal | Romania | Russia | Sweden | Texas | Uruguay | Venezuela]

The ARRL (American Radio Relay League) alphabet (1948): [Note similarity to Western Union and Able Baker]
Adam | Baker | Charlie | David | Edward | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | king | Lewis | Mary | Nancy | Otto | Peter | queen | Robert | Susan | Thomas | union | Victor | William | x-ray | young | zebra

[Nowadays the ARRL endorses the NATO/ICAO/ITU alphabet]

Pre-1954 U.S. Navy Radio Alphabet: (Communications Handbook, 1945) [Note similarity to Able Buy Cast]
Able | Baker | Charlie | Dog | Easy | Fox | George | How | Item | Jig | King | Love | Mike | Nan | Oboe | Peter | Queen | Roger | Sugar | Tare | Uncle | Victor | William | X-ray | Yoke | Zebra

[formerly used by IBM engineers for hex digits and pin positions]

"Used by Armed services of USA & GB" (ARRL Handbook, 1945)
Able Baker ... Easy ... Tare ...

Allied Services 1945:
Able Baker ... Edward ... Tape ...

From a book entitled "The Complete Morse Instructor..." (1944):
Able Baker ... Easy ... Tare ...

RAF 1943-56:
Able-Afirm ... Item/Interrogatory ... Jig/Johnny ... Nab/Negat ... Peter/Prep ...

[In similar alphabets: affirm, cast, hypo, inter, negat, option, over, prep]

RAF 1942-43:
Apple | Beer | Charlie | Dog | Edward | Freddy | George | Harry | In | Jug/Johnny | King | Love | Mother | Nuts | Orange | Peter | Queen | Roger/Robert | Suga | Tommy | Uncle | Vic | William | X-ray | Yoke/Yorker | Zebra

[cf. aircraft in Dambusters raid:
A-Apple | B-Baker | C-Charlie | E-Easy | F-Freddie | G-George | H-Harry | J-Johnny | K-King | L-Leather (officially L-London) | M-Mother | N-Nuts | O-Orange | P-Popsie | S-Sugar | T-Tommy | W-Willie | Y-York | Z-Zebra]

Western Union:
Adams | Boston | Chicago | Denver | Easy | Frank | George | Henry | Ida | John | King | Lincoln | Mary | New_York | Ocean | Peter | Queen | Roger | Sugar | Thomas | Union | Victor | William | X-ray | Young | Zero

British Army 1927:
Ack | Beer | Charlie | Don | Edward | Freddy | George | Harry | Ink | Johnnie | King | London | Monkey | Nuts | Orange | Pip | Queen | Robert | Sugar | Toc | Uncle | Vic | William | X-ray | Yorker | Zebra

RAF 1924-42:
Ac | Beer | Charlie | Don | Edward | Freddie | George | Harry | Ink | Johnnie | King | London | Monkey | Nuts | Orange | Pip | Queen | Robert | Sugar | Toc | Uncle | Vic | William | X-ray | Yorker | Zebra

Royal Navy 1917:
Apples | Butter | Charlie | Duff | Edward | Freddy | George | Harry | Ink | Johnnie | King | London | Monkey | Nuts | Orange | Pudding | Queenie | Robert | Sugar | Tommy | Uncle | Vinegar | Willie | Xerxes | Yellow | Zebra

U.S. Army 1916:
Able | Buy | Cast | Dock | Easy | Fox | George | Have | Item | Jig | King | Love | Mike | Nap | Opal | Pup | Quack | Rush | Sail | Tape | Unit | Vice | Watch | X-ray | Yoke | Zed

British forces 1904:
Ack | Beer | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | Emma | N | O | Pip | Q | R | Esses | Toc | U | Vic | W | X | Y | Z

[The OED has a reference for Beer and Emma dated 1891]

***** FRENCH *****

[style: A comme Anatole]

anatole | bernard | cécile | denise | émile | françois | gérard | henri | isidore | jean | kléber | louis | marcel | nicole | oscar | pierre | quital | robert | suzanne | thérèse | ursule | victor | wagon | xavier | yvonne | zoé

(Swiss telephone directory 1993)
Anna | Berthe | Cécile | Daniel | Emile | François | Gustave | Henri | Ida | Jeanne | Kilo | Louise | Marie | Nicolas | Olga | Paul | Quittance | Robert | Suzanne | Thérèse | Ulysse | Victor | William | Xavier | Yvonne | Zurich

[also Geneva directory 1966]

(OUP vocabulary book):
Anatole | Berthe | César | Désiré | Eugène | Émile | François | Gaston | Henri | Irma | Joseph | Kléber | Louis | Marcel | Nicolas | Oscar | Pierre | Québec | Robert | Suzanne | Thérèse | Ursule | Victor | William | Xavier | Yvonne | Zoé

(Berlitz phrase book)
Anatole | Berthe | Célestin | Désiré | Eugène | François | Gaston | Henri | Irma | Joseph | Kléber | Louis | Marcel | Nicolas | Oscar | Pierre | Quintal | Raoul | Suzanne | Thérèse | Ursule | Victor | William | Xavier | Yvonne | Zoé

Similar alphabets: (also Loire-Atlantique telephone directory 1966)

***** GERMAN *****

[style: A wie Anton] [some alphabets have phonetics for umlauts, ch, sch, ss]

(official alphabet for emergency services, from "KatS-Dv 810 - Sprechfunkdienst", 1977)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Samuel | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zacharias

Ärger | Charlotte | Ökonom | Schule | Übermut

[also Langenscheidt Standard German Dictionary 1993 and West Berlin telephone directory 1965]

Anton | Berta | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Karl | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zeppelin
Ärger | Ödipus | Übel

More recent replacements:
Konrad | Zacharias

anton | bertha | cäsar | dora | emil | friederich | gustav | heinrich | ida | julius | kaufmann | ludwig | martha | nordpol | otto | paula | quelle | richard | samuel | theodor | ulrich | viktor | wilhelm | xanthippe | ypsilon | zacharias
ärger | charlotte | ökonom | schule | übermut

(Swiss telephone directory 1993)
Anna | Bertha | Cäsar | Daniel | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Jakob | Kaiser | Leopold | Marie | Niklaus | Otto | Peter | Quelle | Rosa | Sophie | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xaver | Yverdon | Zürich

[also Geneva directory 1966]

(issued by Deutsche Bundespost)
Anton | Bertha | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Jakob | Konrad | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xantippe | Ypsilon | Zeppelin
Schule

Anton | Berta | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Johann | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | quer | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xaver | Ypsilon | Zeppelin
Eszett

(OUP vocabulary book)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Konrad | Ludwig | Martin | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanten | Ypsilon | Zeppelin
Ärger | Ökonom | Übel

(Collins vocabulary book)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Jerusalem | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Samuel | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zacharias

(Cassel business book)
Anton | Berta | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zacharias
Ärger | Ökonom | Schule | Übel

(BBC business book) "standard phone alphabet"
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried/Samuel | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zeppelin/Zacharias
Ärger | Charlotte | Ökonom | Schule | Übermut

(BBC business book)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zeppelin
Ärger | Ökonom | scharfes s | Schule | Übermut

(Berlitz phrase book)
Anton | Berta | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Samuel | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zacharias
Ärger | Charlotte | Ökonom | Schule | Übel

(Austrian telephone directory)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Konrad | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xaver | Ypsilon | Zürich
Ärger | Österreich | scharfes_S | Schule | Übel

(Collins phrase book)
Anton | Berta | Caesar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Konrad | Ludwig | Martin | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Victor | Wilhelm | Xanten | Zeppelin
Eszett

(Vienna telephone directory)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Konrad | Ludwig | Martha | Norbert | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xaver | Ypsilon | Zacharias
Ärger | Christine | Österreich | Übel

(BBC language book)
Anton | Berta | Cäsar | Dora | Emil | Friedrich | Gustav | Heinrich | Ida | Julius | Kaufmann | Ludwig | Martha | Nordpol | Otto | Paula | Quelle | Richard | Siegfried | Theodor | Ulrich | Victor | Wilhelm | Xanthippe | Ypsilon | Zeppelin

Arno | Borvaselin | Coburg-Gotha | Doria | Ernst | Friedrichsroda | Gomorrha | Herrenzimmer | Ida | Jawohl_Odol | Kolberg_Ost | Leonidas | Motor | Nora | Oekonom | Per_Motorrad | Quohnsdorf_bei_Forst | Revolver | Sabine | Tod | Uniform | Verbrennungstod | Weltnordpol | Xolabaphon | York_Yellowstone | Zoroaster
Ökonomie | Überkonto

[This alphabet provides mnemonics for Morse code: a syllable corresponds to a dash if it contains "o", a dot otherwise.]

(E?)(L?) http://scoutnet.ch/archives/books/morse.html
For another alphabet of this nature see http://scoutnet.ch/archives/books/morse.html.

***** DUTCH *****

[style: A van Anna]
anna | bernhard | cornelis | dirk | eduard | ferdinand | gerard | hendrik | izaak | jan | karel | lodewijk | marie | nico | otto | pieter | quotient | rudolf | simon | teunis | utrecht | victor | willem | ij: ijmuiden | ypsilon | zaandam

[Berlitz phrase book: bernard quadraat]

(Collins phrase book)
Amsterdam | Bravo | Charlie | Dirk | Edam | Freddie | goed | help | Isaac | Jaap | kilo | lasso | moeder | Nico | Otto | paard | Quaker | Rudolf | suiker | tafel | uur | vogel | wind | xylofoon | Yankee | zout

(E?)(L?) http://nl.scout.net/morse/morse-nl.html
A Morse code mnemonic alphabet can be found at http://nl.scout.net/morse/morse-nl.html.

***** FLEMISH *****

arthur | brussel | carolina | desire | emiel | frederik | gustaaf | hendrik | isidoor | jozef | kilogram | leopold | maria | napoleon | oscar | piano | qualite | robert | sofie | telefoon | ursula | victor | waterloo | xavier | yvonne | zola

***** SPANISH *****

[style: A de Antonio]

(BBC business book, Collins and Berlitz phrase books)
Antonio | Barcelona | Carmen | Chocolate | Dolores | Enrique | Francia | Gerona | Historia | Inés | José | Kilo | Lorenzo | Llobregat | Madrid | Navarra | Ñoño | Oviedo | París | Querido | Ramón | Sábado | Tarragona | Ulises | Valencia | Washington | Xiquena | Yegua | Zaragoza

(used in ministries in Madrid in the 1960s)
Alicante | Bilbao | Cádiz | Dinamarca | España | Francia | Girona | Huelva | Italia | Jaén | Kilo | Lugo | LLamar | Madrid | Navarra | Oviedo | Portugal | Queso | Roma | EreDoble | Sevilla | Toledo | Único | Valencia | UveDoble | equis | Yugoslavia | Zaragoza

(business book) "The telephonist's alphabet"
Antonio | Barcelona | Carmen | Domingo | España/Enrique | Francia | Gerona | Historia | Italia/i_latina | José/Jaen | Kilo | Lérida | Llave | Madrid | Navarra | Ñando | Oviedo | Portugal/París | Queso | Ramón/Roma | Sevilla | Tarragona/Toledo | Ursula/Ubeda | Valencia | Washington | Xilofón | Yegua | Zaragoza

(Berlitz phrase book) [Latin American]
Amalia | Beatriz | Carmen | Domingo | Enrique | Federico | Guatemala | Honduras | Ida | José | Kilo | Lima | Llave | México | Nicaragua | Ñoño | Olimpo | Pablo | Quito | Rafael | Santiago | Teresa | Uruguay | Venezuela | Washington | Xilófono | Yucatán | Zorro

***** PORTUGUESE *****

[style: A de/como Aviero]

(Berlitz phrase book)

Aveiro | Braga | Coimbra | Dafundo | Évora | Faro | Guarda | Horta | Itália | José | Kodak | Lisboa | Maria | Nazaré | Ovar | Porto | Queluz | Rossio | Setúbal | Tavira | Unidade | Vidago | Waldemar | Xavier | York | Zulmira

[Azores telephone directory 1966: Braganc, a Kilograma Wilson]

(Collins phrase books)
Alexandre | Banana/Bastos | Carlos | Daniel | Eduardo | França | Gabriel | Holanda | Itália | José | Lisboa | Maria | Nicolau | Óscar | Paris | Quarto | Ricardo | Susana | Teresa | Ulisses | Venezuela | Xangai | Zebra

***** ITALIAN *****

[style: A come Ancona]

Ancona | Bologna | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hacca | Imola | Jolly | Kappa | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Pisa/Palermo | Quartomiglio | Roma | Savona/Siena | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Wagner | Xilofono | York | Zara

(Swiss telephone directory 1993)
Anna | Battista | Carlo | Davide | Ernesto | Federico | Giovanni | acca | Isidoro | i_lungo | cappa | Luigi | Maria | Nicola | Olga | Pietro | Quintino | Rodolfo | Susanna | Teresa | Umberto | Vittorio | vu_doppia | ics | ipsilon | Zurigo

[also Geneva directory 1966]

(Cassel language book)
Ancona | Bologna | Cagliari | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imola | Jolly | Kappa | Londra | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | Quarto | Roma | Sondrio | Torino | Udine | Vicenza | Vdoppio | X | Yugoslavia | Zagabria

(Cassel business book)
Ancona | Bologna | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imola | I_lunga | Kursaal | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Padova | Quarto | Roma | Savona | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Washington | Ics | York/yacht | Zara

(BBC language book)
Ancona | Bologna | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imola | Jersey | Kilo | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | Quaderno | Roma | Savona | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Washington | ics | York | Zurigo

Ancona | Bari | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Acca | Imola | Jolly | Cappa | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | Quartomiglio | Roma | Siena | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Walter | Ics | York | Zurigo

(Berlitz phrase book)
Ancona | Bari | Catania | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imperia | i_lunga | kappa | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | cu | Roma | Sassari | Torino | Udine | Venezia | v_doppia | ix | i_greca | zeta

(Collins phrase book)
Ancona | Bari | Catania | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imperia | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | quarto | Roma | Savona | Torino | Udine | Venezia

(Collins phrase book)
Ancona | Bari | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze | Genova | Hotel | Imola | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | Quarto | Roma | Savona | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Zara

(Pitman business book)
Ancona | Bologna | Como | Domodossola | Empoli | Firenze/Forlì | Genova | (acca) | Imola | (i_lunga) | (cappa) | Livorno | Milano | Napoli | Otranto | Palermo | (cu) | Roma | Savona | Torino | Udine | Venezia | Washington | (ics) | (ipsilon) | Zara

***** ROMANSH *****

[aka Rumansh]

(Swiss telephone directory)
Anna | Berta | Carla | Dora | Emil | Flurin | Guido | Hugo | Ida | Judit | Kilo | Luisa | Maria | Nesa | Otto | Paula | Quirin | Rita | Silvia | Toni | Ursin | Victor | Willi | Xaver | Yvonne | Zita

***** DANISH *****

(Berlitz phrase book)
Anna | Bernhard | Cecilia | David | Erik | Frederik | Georg | Hans | Ida | Johan | Karen | Ludvig | Marie | Nikolaj | Odin | Peter | Quintus | Rasmus | Soeren | Theodor | Ulla | Viggo | William | Xerxes | Yrsa | Zacharias
ae: Aegir | o-slash: Oeresund | a-circle: Aase

[Copenhagen telephone directory: Cecilie Nikolai]

The Danish military use the following additions to the NATO alphabet:
Aegir | Oedis | Aase

***** NORWEGIAN *****

(telephone directory)
Anna | Bernhard | Caesar | David | Edith | Fredrik | Gustav | Harald | Ivar | Johan | Karin | Ludvig | Martin | Nils | Olivia | Petter | Quintus | Rikard | Sigrid | Teodor | Ulrik | Enkel-V | Dobbelt-V | Xerxes | Ynling | Zakarias
ae: Aerleg | o-slash: Oern | a-circle: Aase

[Berlitz phrase book: enkelt-V | dobbelt-V | Yngling | Aerlig] [Oslo directory 1965: enkelt-v | Yngling | Aerlig | Oesten]

[the forms Ynling and Aerleg are considered incorrect]

***** SWEDISH *****

[also used officially in Finland]
Adam | Bertil | Cesar | David | Erik | Filip | Gustav | Helge | Ivar | Johan | Kalle | Ludvig | Martin | Niklas | Olof | Petter | Quintus | Rudolf | Sigurd | Tore | Urban | Viktor | Wilhelm | Xerxes | Yngve | Zäta | ]ke, Ärlig, Östen
where "]" is "A with ring"

Sometimes used: Fredrik | Olle, | ikard

Stockholm police use Kryss (meaning cross) for X.

***** FINNISH *****

Aarne | Bertta | Celsius | Daavid | Eemeli | Faarao | Gideon | Heikki | Iivari | Jussi | Kalle | Lauri | Matti | Niilo | Otto | Paavo | Kuu | Risto | Sakari | Tyyne | Urho | Vihtori | Viski | Äksä | Yrjö | Tseta | ]ke | Äiti | Öljy ("]" = "Uppercase-a with circle" (Swedish))

(Berlitz phrase book)
Anna | Bertta | Cecilia | Daavid | Erkki | Faarao | Gabriel | Heikki | Iivari | Jaakko | Kalle | Lauri | Mikko | Niilo | Otto | Pekka | Quintus | Risto | Sakari | Tauno | Urho | Va"ino" | kaksin/kertainen_v | Xeres | Yrjo" | Zeppelin | ruotsalainen_o | a"iti | o"ljy

Morse code:

***** CZECH *****

(phrase book)
Adam | Boz~ena | Cyril | David | 'Dumbier | Emil | Frantis~ek | Gustav | Helena | Ivan | Josef | Karel | Ludvi'k | L'ubochn~a | Marie | Norbert | Oto | Petr | Quido | Rudolf | R~ehor~ | Svatopluk | S~imon | Toma's~ | T'epla' | Urban | Va'clav | dvojite'_ve' | Xaver | ypsilon | Zuzana | Z~ofie

***** SLOVAK *****

(telephone directory)
Adam | Boz~ena | Cyril | C~adca | Da'vid | D~umbier | Emil | Frantis~ek | Gusta'v | Helena | CHrudim | Ivan | Karol | Ludvi'k | L~ubochn~a | Ma'ria | Norbert | N~ - Nitra | Oto | Peter | Quido | Rudolf | Sva"topluk | S~imon | Toma's~ | T~ - Tepla' | Urban | Va'clav | W - dvojite' ve' | Xaver | Ypsilon | Zuzana | Z~ofia

***** POLISH *****

(Warsaw telephone directory)
Adam | Barbara | Celina | Danuta | Ewa | Franciszek | Genowefa | Henryk | Irena | Jadwiga | Karol | Leon | L/ukasz | Maria | Natalia | Olga | Pawel/Roman | Stanisl/aw | Tadeusz | Urszula | Wl/adysl/aw | Xantypa | Ygrek | Zygmunt

(used by radio hams)
Adam | Bozena | Celina | Dawid | Ewa | Franek | Grazyna | Henryk | Irena | Janusz | Kilo | Ludwik | Maria | Natalia | Olga | Pawel | Quido | Roman | Stefan | Tomasz | Urban | Violeta | Wanda | Xawer | Y-grek | Zygmunt

(Berlitz phrase book)
Adam | Barbara | Celina | Dorota | Ewa | Franciszek | Grazyna | Henryk | Iwona | Jan | Karol | Leon | L/ukasz | Maria | Natalia | Olga | Piotr | Quiz | Roman | Stanisl/aw | Tadeusz | Urszula | Violeta | Wacl/aw | Xymena | Ypsylon | Zenon

***** HUNGARIAN *****

(telephone directory)
Andra's | Be'la | Cecil | Do'ra | Eleme'r | Ferenc | Gizella | Hajnalka | Istva'n | Ja'nos | Katalin | Luca | Ma'tya's | Na'ndor | Olga | Piroska | Queen | Ro'bert | Sarolta | Ti'mea | Ubul | Vilmos | Walter | Xe'nia | Ypsilon | Zolta'n

(used by radio hams)
Antal | Be'la | Cecil (Ce'za'r) | De'nes | Eleme'r | Ferenc | Ge'za | Hele'n | Ibolya (Imre) | Ja'nos | Ka'roly | La'szlo' | Ma'ria | Nelli | Olga | Pe'ter | Kvelle | Ro'bert | Sa'ndor | Tama's | Ubul | Viktor (Vilmos) | dupla-ve' (dupla-Vilmos "viszki") | "x-es" | "ipszilon" (jenki) | Zolta'n

(Berlitz phrase book)
Alada'r | A'gota | Bala'zs | Ceci'lia | De'nes | Erzse'bet | E'va | Ferenc | Ga'bor | Hele'n | Ilona | Jo'zsef | Ka'roly | La'szlo' | Mo'nika | Na'ndor | Olga | O:do:n | Pe'ter | Ku' | Ro'bert | Sa'ndor | Tivadar | Ubul | U:ro:m | Vilma | duplave' | iksz | ipszilon | Zora'n

***** CROATIAN *****

Adria | Biokovo | Cavtat | Dubrovnik | Europa | Frankopan | Gospic | Hrvatska | Istra | Jadran | Karlovac | Lika | Mostar | Novska | Osijek | Pula | Q | Rijeka | Split | Trogir | Ucka | Vukovar | W | X | Y | Zagreb

***** SERBO-CROAT *****

(phrase book)
Avala | Beograd | Cetinje | C~ac~ak | C'uprija | Dubrovnik | Djakovo | Dz~amija | Evropa | Foc~a | Gorica | Hercegovina | Istra | Jadran | Kosovo | Lika | Ljubljana | Mostar | Nis~ | Njegos~ | Osijek | Pirot | Rijeka | Skopje | S~ibenik | Titograd | Uros~evac | Valjevo | Zagreb | Z~irovnica | Kvadrat | Duplo_V | Ipsilon | Iks

***** ROMANIAN *****

(phrase book)
Ana | Barbu | Constantin | Dumitru | Elena | Florea | Gheorghe | Haralambie | Ion | Jiu | kilogram | Laza~r | Maria | Nicolae | Olga | Petre | qu | Radu | Sandoo | Tudor | T,ara~ | Udrea | Vasile | dublu_V | Xenia | I_grec | zaha~r

***** MODERN GREEK *****

(AA phrase book)
Ale'xandros | Vasi'lios | Geo'rgios | Deme'trios | Ele'ne | Zoe' | Erakle's | Theo'doros | Ioa'nnes | Konstanti'nos | Leoni'das | Mene'laos | Niko'laos | Xenofo'n | Odusse'as | Perikle's | Ro'dos | Sote'rios | Timole'on | Upsela'ntes | Fo'tios | Chre'stos | Psa'ltes | Ome'ga

***** TURKISH *****

ankara | bursa | ceyhan | CankIrI | denizli | edirne | fatsa | giresun | hopa | Isparta | izmir | jale | kayseri | lUleburgaz | manisa | nazilli | ordu | OdemiS | pazar | rize | samsun | SarkOy | trabzon | urfa | Unye | van | yalova | zonguldak

(Berlitz phrase book)
adana | balIkesir | ceyhan | Corum | diyarbakIr | edirne | fatsa | giresun | hatay | Irmak | istanbul | jandarma | kastamonu | lUleburgaz | manisa | nazilli | ordu | OdemiS | pazar | quebek | rize | samsun | trabzon | urla | Unye | van | dubel_v | xavier | yozgat | zonguldak

(1982 diary) "standard" for telephone
ankara | bursa | ceyhan | Canakkale | denizli | edirne | fatih | giresun | hakkAri | Ilgaz | izmir | japonya | kayseri | lUleburgaz | malatya | nevSehir | ordu | OdemiS | polatlI | rize | sivas | Sile | trabzon | uSak | Unye | van | yozgat | zonguldak

(AA phrase book)

adana | bursa | cide | Canakkale | denizli | edirne | fethiye | giresun | hatay | Isparta | izmir | lUleburgaz | malatya | nevSehir | ordu | Oren | pamukkale | rize | sinop | Sirvan | tokat | urfa | UskUp | van | yozgat | zonguldak

***** HEBREW *****

(phrase book)
(phonetics for Roman alphabet)
Affula | Binyamina | Carmel | Dalia | Eretz | France | Gedera | Haifa | Israel | Jaffa | Karkur | Lod | Moledet | Naan | Ogen | Pardes | Queen | Rishon | Sefer | Tveria | Urim | Vered | Wingate | Express | Yavniel | Zikhron

[used by telephone operators in Israel]

Aleph | Boaz | Gimel | David | Hagar | Vav | Ze'ev | Hava | Tiach | Yona | Carmel | Lea | Moshe | Nesher | Samekh | A'in | Pesel | Tsipor | Korakh | Ruth | Shamir | Telem

***** RUSSIAN *****

Aleksej | Boris | Vasilij | Grigorij | Dmitrij | Elena | Zhenja | Zoya | Ivan | Ivan_Kratkij | Kilowatt | Leonid | Maria | Nikolai | Olga | Pavel | Roman | Sergej | Tatjana | Uljana | Fjodor | Hariton | Zaplja | Chelovek | Shura | Schuka | Tviordiy_Znak | Igrek | Miagkiy_Znak | Emilija | Yuri | Jakow

(currently used in amateur radio)
Anna | Boris | Vasiliy | Galina | Dmitriy | Yelena | Yozh | Zhuk | Zinaida | Ivan | Ivan_Kratkiy | Konstantin | Leonid | Maria | Nikolay | Olga | Pavel | Roman | Sergey | Tamara | Ul'yana | Fyodor | Hariton | Tsentr | Chelovek | Shura | Shchyuka | Tvyordy_Znak | Yery | Myagkiy_Znak | Ekho | Yuliana | Yakov

Variants:
Anton | Grigoriy | Yolka | Zhenya | Zoya | Irina/Igor | Yot | Kilowatt | Lyubov | Mikhail | Nadezhda/Nina | Oleg | Polina | Radio | Semyon | Tatyana | Tsaplya | Znak/Iks | Igrek | Znak/Iks

Used informally:
Borya | Vasya | Grisha | Galya | Dima | Zina | Kostya | Kolya | Lyonya | Lyuba | Misha | Masha | Nadya | Pasha | Roma | Sasha | Tanya | Fedya | Yulya | Yasha

Morse code is as follows:
A B W G D E E V Z I J K L M N O P R S T U F H C /- - -./- - - -/ Q X Y X /..-../..- -/.-.-

and the same mapping provides a system of phonetics for Roman letters (used in parallel with Alpha Bravo). [The mapping is similar to KOI-7 but not identical]

***** SWAHILI *****

(phrase book)

Aali | Bibi | Cyprus | Daniel | Elfu | Fiwi | Gombe | Henry | Ida | Jinja | Kenya | Leso | Mtu | Nairobi | Olga | Paul | Quebec | Robert | Sana | Tanga | Unga | Victor | William | Xavier | Yatima | Zanzibar

***** KWANYAMA *****

[South-western Bantu; northern Namibia]

(school book)
Anna | Beata | Cesilia | David | Eva | Feni | Gerson | Hosea | Immanuel | Johanna | Kayosho | Lamek | Maria | Nande | Otto | Pauli | Quini | Rauha | Simon | Tuuli | Ulania | Vilho | Wilkka | Xokulu | Yoleni | Zola

***** NDONGA *****

[South-western Bantu; northern Namibia]

(school book)
Anna | Beata | Cesilia | David | Eva | Feni | Gerson | Hosea | Immanuel | Johanna | Kayoso | Lamek | Maria | Nande | Otto | Pauli | Quini | Rauha | Simon | Tuuliki | Ulania | Vilho | Wilika | Xerxes | Yoleni | Zola

***** AFRIKAANS *****

(Johannesburg telephone directory 1965)
Andries | Boetie | Christo | Dawid | Eva | Fanie | Gert | Hendrik | Isak | Jan | Karel | Lena | Marie | Nellie | Oom | Pieter | Queenie | Roos | Sannie | Tom | Unie | Venter | Willem | X-straal | Yster | Zoeloe

***** CHINESE *****

The Chinese armed forces use the following in connection with Romanised Mandarin:
Aiya | Boli | Ciqi | Desheng | Egu | Fuzhuang | Geming | Heping | I: Yifu | J.. | Keren | Leguan | Mofan | Nali | Ouyang | Polang | Q.. | Riguang | Sixiang | Tebie | U: Weida | V: Wudao | W: Wuzhuang | X.. | Yisheng | Zidian

***** ESPERANTO *****

(Yearbook of Universala Esperanto-Asocio 1995)
Asfalto | Barbaro | Centimetro | \^Cefo | Doktoro | Elemento | Fabriko | Gumo | \^Girafo | Hotelo | \^Haoso | Insekto | Jubileo | \^Jurnalo | Kilogramo | Legendo | Ma\^sino | Naturo | Oktobro | Papero | Rekordo | Salato | \^Silingo | Triumfo | Universo | Universo-hoko | Vulkano | Zinko

[An earlier version had Omnibuso instead of Oktobro]

Non-Esperanto letters:

Morse code (approved by UAE and FCC in 1963):




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Description Unicode Value A WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C1 | A WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E1 | A WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0103 | A WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01CE | A WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C2 | A WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E2 | A WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C4 | A WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E4 | A WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0227 | A WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EA1 | A WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0201 | A WITH GRAVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C0 | A WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E0 | A WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EA3 | A WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0203 | A WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0101 | A WITH OGONEK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0105 | A WITH RIGHT HALF RING, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E9A | A WITH RING ABOVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C5 | A WITH RING ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E5 | A WITH RING BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E01 | A WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+023A | A WITH TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C3 | A WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E3 | A, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0363 | A, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D00 | a, latin small letter script U+0251 | A, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0250 | | Aboriginal Syllabics, Unified Canadian U+1400 | ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING COMMA U+0315 | ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING DOT U+0358 | above, cedilla U+0312 | ABOVE, COMBINING ALMOST EQUAL TO U+034C | ABOVE, COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE ARROW U+20D4 | ABOVE, COMBINING BRIDGE U+0346 | ABOVE, COMBINING CLOCKWISE ARROW U+20D5 | ABOVE, COMBINING COMMA U+0313 | above, combining counterclockwise arrow U+20D4 | ABOVE, COMBINING DOT U+0307 | ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE U+030E | ABOVE, COMBINING FOUR DOTS U+20DC | ABOVE, COMBINING HOMOTHETIC U+034B | ABOVE, COMBINING HOOK U+0309 | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT ANGLE U+031A | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT ARROW U+20D6 | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT HALF RING U+0351 | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT HARPOON U+20D0 | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW U+20E1 | ABOVE, COMBINING NOT TILDE U+034A | ABOVE, COMBINING REVERSED COMMA U+0314 | ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT ARROW U+20D7 | ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT ARROWHEAD U+0350 | ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING U+0357 | ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT HARPOON U+20D1 | ABOVE, COMBINING RING U+030A | ABOVE, COMBINING THREE DOTS U+20DB | ABOVE, COMBINING TURNED COMMA U+0312 | ABOVE, COMBINING VERTICAL LINE U+030D | ABOVE, COMBINING WIDE BRIDGE U+20E9 | ABOVE, COMBINING X U+033D | ABOVE, COMBINING ZIGZAG U+035B | ABOVE, DOT U+02D9 | above, double dot U+0308 | ABOVE, RING U+02DA | above, v U+030C | absolute continuity U+2AA1 | absolute value U+007C | abstract syntax bracket, left U+301A | abstract syntax bracket, right U+301B | AC CURRENT U+23E6 | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING ACUTE U+0317 | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX U+032D | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING GRAVE U+0316 | ACCENT, ACUTE U+00B4 | ACCENT, CIRCUMFLEX U+005E | ACCENT, COMBINING ACUTE U+0301 | ACCENT, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX U+0302 | ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE ACUTE U+030B | ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE U+030F | ACCENT, COMBINING GRAVE U+0300 | ACCENT, DOUBLE ACUTE U+02DD | ACCENT, GRAVE U+0060 | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER ACUTE U+02CA | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX U+02C6 | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER CROSS U+02DF | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER GRAVE U+02CB | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW ACUTE U+02CF | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW GRAVE U+02CE | accent, spacing acute U+00B4 | accent, spacing circumflex U+005E | accent, spacing grave U+0060 | accent, swedish grave U+02DF | ACCOUNT OF U+2100 | ACKNOWLEDGE U+0006 | ACKNOWLEDGE, NEGATIVE U+0015 | ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR U+2406 | ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR NEGATIVE U+2415 | acrophonic symbol three, epidaurean U+205D | actuarial bend U+20E7 | ACUTE ACCENT U+00B4 | ACUTE ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING U+0317 | ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING U+0301 | ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE U+030B | ACUTE ACCENT, DOUBLE U+02DD | ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CA | ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW U+02CF | acute accent, spacing U+00B4 | ACUTE TONE MARK, COMBINING U+0341 | ADDAK, GURMUKHI U+0A71 | ADDRESSED TO THE SUBJECT U+2101 | ADI SHAKTI U+262C | AE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C6 | AE, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D01 | AE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E6 | AE, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+1D02 | AEGEAN WORD SEPARATOR DOT U+10101 | AEGEAN WORD SEPARATOR LINE U+10100 | AESCULAPIUS, STAFF OF U+2695 | AFGHANI SIGN U+060B | African Letters for Clicks U+01C0 | AIN, LATIN LETTER U+1D25 | Ainu, Katakana Extensions for U+31F0 | AIRPLANE U+2708 | AKTIESELSKAB U+214D | AL-LAKUNA, SINHALA SIGN U+0DCA | aldus leaf U+2766 | ALEF SYMBOL U+2135 | ALEMBIC U+2697 | ALL AROUND-PROFILE U+232E | ALL EQUAL TO U+224C | ALL, FOR U+2200 | ALMOST EQUAL TO U+2248 | ALMOST EQUAL TO ABOVE, COMBINING U+034C | ALMOST EQUAL TO, NOT U+2249 | ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0251 | ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0252 | Alphabetic Presentation Forms U+FB00 | Alphanumeric Symbols, Mathematical U+1D400 | Alphanumerics, Enclosed U+2460 | alternating current U+223F | ALTERNATIVE KEY SYMBOL U+2387 | ALVEOLAR CLICK, LATIN LETTER U+01C2 | always U+25FB | AMPERSAND U+0026 | AMPERSAND, TURNED U+214B | ANCHOR U+2693 | ANCHOR, INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION U+FFF9 | AND, CURLY LOGICAL U+22CF | AND, LOGICAL U+2227 | AND, N-ARY LOGICAL U+22C0 | Ands and Ors, Logical U+2A51 | ANGKHANKHU, THAI CHARACTER U+0E5A | ANGLE U+2220 | ANGLE ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT U+031A | angle arc U+2222 | ANGLE BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+0349 | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT U+3008 | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT DOUBLE U+300A | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT-POINTING U+2329 | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT U+27E8 | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT DOUBLE U+27EA | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL RIGHT U+27E9 | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL RIGHT DOUBLE U+27EB | ANGLE BRACKET, RIGHT U+3009 | ANGLE BRACKET, RIGHT DOUBLE U+300B | ANGLE BRACKET, RIGHT-POINTING U+232A | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE U+00AB | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE U+00BB | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LEFT-POINTING U+2039 | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING U+203A | Angle Quotation Marks, Ornamental U+276E | ANGLE WITH ARC, RIGHT U+22BE | ANGLE, MEASURED U+2221 | ANGLE, RIGHT U+221F | ANGLE, SPHERICAL U+2222 | angled dash U+00AC | Angles U+221F | Angles and Measured Angles U+299B | ANGSTROM SIGN U+212B | ANKH U+2625 | ANNOTATION ANCHOR, INTERLINEAR U+FFF9 | ANNOTATION SEPARATOR, INTERLINEAR U+FFFA | Annotation Signs, Arabic Koranic U+06D6 | Annotation Signs, Arabic Qur'anic U+06D6 | ANNOTATION TERMINATOR, INTERLINEAR U+FFFB | Annotation, Interlinear U+FFF9 | Annotation, Japanese Kanbun Ideographic U+3190 | ANNUITY SYMBOL, COMBINING U+20E7 | ano teleia, greek U+00B7 | ANTICLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D4 | ANTICLOCKWISE CONTOUR INTEGRAL U+2233 | ANTICLOCKWISE INTEGRATION U+2A11 | ANTICLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20DA | antisigma, claudian U+2183 | anunasika, devanagari U+0901 | ANUSVARA, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+0902 | anusvara, khmer U+17C6 | anusvara, tibetan U+0F7E | apl downstile U+230A | APL Functional Symbols U+2336 | apl jot U+2218 | apl overbar U+00AF | apl quote U+0027 | apl stile U+2223 | apl tilde U+223C | apl upstile U+2308 | APOSTROPHE U+0027 | apostrophe U+2019 | APOSTROPHE, ARMENIAN U+055A | APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER U+02BC | APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER DOUBLE U+02EE | apostrophe, neutral U+02BC | apostrophe-quote U+0027 | apostrophic c U+2183 | APPLICATION PROGRAM COMMAND U+009F | APPLICATION, FUNCTION U+2061 | APPROACHES THE LIMIT U+2250 | APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO U+2245 | approximately equal to U+2257 | AQUARIUS U+2652 | Arabic U+0600 | Arabic Alphabet U+0621 | Arabic Combining Marks U+0653 | ARABIC COMMA U+060C | Arabic Contextual Form Glyphs U+FB50 | Arabic Contextual Form Glyphs U+FE80 | ARABIC DATE SEPARATOR U+060D | ARABIC DECIMAL SEPARATOR U+066B | Arabic Extensions U+0671 | ARABIC FULL STOP U+06D4 | Arabic Harakat U+064B | Arabic Honorifics U+0610 | arabic kashida U+0640 | Arabic Koranic Annotation Signs U+06D6 | arabic letter hamzah on ha U+06C0 | ARABIC LETTER HEH WITH YEH ABOVE U+06C0 | Arabic Letters, Extended U+0671 | Arabic Letters, Extended U+0750 | arabic phrase separator U+066C | Arabic Points, Glyphs for Spacing Forms of U+FE70 | Arabic Presentation Forms-A U+FB50 | Arabic Presentation Forms-B U+FE70 | Arabic Punctuation U+060C | ARABIC QUESTION MARK U+061F | Arabic Qur'anic Annotation Signs U+06D6 | ARABIC SEMICOLON U+061B | Arabic Subtending Marks U+0600 | Arabic Supplement U+0750 | ARABIC TATWEEL U+0640 | ARABIC THOUSANDS SEPARATOR U+066C | Arabic-Indic Digits U+0660 | Arabic-Indic Digits, Eastern U+06F0 | ARC U+2312 | arc, angle U+2222 | ARC, RIGHT ANGLE WITH U+22BE | ARCH BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE U+032B | Arcs U+25DC | Area, Asian Scripts U+AC00 | Area, Compatibility and Specials U+F900 | Area, General Scripts U+0000 | Area, Korean Hangul Syllables U+AC00 | Area, Private Use U+E000 | Area, Supplementary General Scripts U+10000 | | Area, Symbols U+2000 | Area-A, Supplementary Private Use U+FFF80 | Area-B, Supplementary Private Use U+10FF80 | argentinian former currency U+20B3 | ARIES U+2648 | ARMENIAN ABBREVIATION MARK U+055F | Armenian Alphabet U+0530 | ARMENIAN APOSTROPHE U+055A | armenian batsaganchakan nshan U+055C | armenian bowt U+055D | Armenian Capital Letters U+0531 | ARMENIAN COMMA U+055D | ARMENIAN EMPHASIS MARK U+055B | ARMENIAN EXCLAMATION MARK U+055C | ARMENIAN FULL STOP U+0589 | armenian hartsakan nshan U+055E | ARMENIAN HYPHEN U+058A | armenian patiw U+055F | ARMENIAN QUESTION MARK U+055E | armenian shesht U+055B | Armenian Small Letters U+0561 | armenian vertsaket U+0589 | armenian yentamna U+058A | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE U+20D4 | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING CLOCKWISE U+20D5 | arrow above, combining counterclockwise U+20D4 | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT U+20D6 | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT U+20E1 | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT U+20D7 | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS U+0362 | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+20EE | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT U+034D | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT U+20EF | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING UPWARDS U+034E | Arrow Dingbats U+2794 | arrow indicator, backward U+25C5 | arrow indicator, forward U+25BB | ARROW OVERLAY, COMBINING LEFTWARDS U+20EA | ARROW, DOWNWARDS U+2193 | ARROW, ELECTRIC U+2301 | ARROW, LEFTWARDS U+2190 | ARROW, RIGHTWARDS U+2192 | ARROW, UPWARDS U+2191 | ARROWHEAD ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT U+0350 | ARROWHEAD BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+0354 | ARROWHEAD BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT U+0355 | ARROWHEAD, DOWN U+2304 | ARROWHEAD, UP U+2303 | Arrowheads, Modifier Letter U+02C2 | Arrows U+2190 | Arrows, Dingbat U+2794 | Arrows, Double U+21CD | Arrows, Long U+27F5 | Arrows, Mathematical U+2B30 | Arrows, Miscellaneous U+2B00 | Arrows-A Supplement U+27F0 | Arrows-B, Supplemental U+2900 | ASCENDING NODE U+260A | ash U+00E6 | Asian Scripts Area U+AC00 | ASSERTION U+22A6 | ASTERISM U+2042 | Astrological Signs U+26B3 | Astrological Signs, Tibetan U+0F15 | Astrological Symbols U+263D | Astrological Symbols, Weather and U+2600 | asymptotic to U+2248 | ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO U+2243 | ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO, NOT U+2244 | at sign U+0040 | AT, COMMERCIAL U+0040 | ATOM SYMBOL U+269B | AUSTRAL SIGN U+20B3 | AVAGRAHA, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+093D | aytham, tamil U+0B83


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Description Unicode Value B WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E03 | B WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E05 | B WITH HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0181 | B WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0253 | B WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E07 | B WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0243 | B WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0180 | B WITH TOPBAR, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0183 | B, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0299 | B, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL BARRED U+1D03 | B, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+212C | baby gamma, latin small letter U+0264 | backslash U+005C | BACKSLASH, COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE U+20E0 | BACKSPACE U+0008 | BACKSPACE, SYMBOL FOR U+2408 | backward arrow indicator U+25C5 | backward difference U+2207 | BACKWARD, PARTIAL LINE U+008C | bag addition U+228E | bag bracket, left U+27E6 | bag bracket, right U+27E7 | bag count, infix U+266F | BAG MEMBERSHIP, Z NOTATION U+22FF | bag subtraction U+2A41 | BAHT, THAI CURRENCY SYMBOL U+0E3F | Balinese U+1B00 | Balinese Digits U+1B50 | Balinese Musical Symbols U+1B61 | BALLOT BOX U+2610 | BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK U+2611 | BALLOT BOX WITH X U+2612 | BALLOT X U+2717 | BALLOT X, HEAVY U+2718 | bang U+0021 | Bar Dingbats, Vertical U+2758 | Bar Symbols, Error U+29EE | BAR, BROKEN U+00A6 | BAR, HORIZONTAL U+2015 | bar, vertical U+007C | BAR, WHITE VERTICAL U+2AFE | BARRED B, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D03 | barred o, latin capital letter U+019F | BARRED O, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0275 | base U+22A5 | batsaganchakan nshan, armenian U+055C | battleground symbol U+2694 | BEAMED EIGHTH NOTES U+266B | BEAMED SIXTEENTH NOTES U+266C | BECAUSE U+2235 | BELL U+0007 | BELL SYMBOL U+237E | BELL, SYMBOL FOR U+2407 | BELOW, COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT U+0317 | BELOW, COMBINING BREVE U+032E | BELOW, COMBINING BRIDGE U+032A | BELOW, COMBINING CARON U+032C | BELOW, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT U+032D | BELOW, COMBINING COMMA U+0326 | BELOW, COMBINING DIAERESIS U+0324 | BELOW, COMBINING DOT U+0323 | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE U+035C | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON U+035F | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW U+0362 | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE RING U+035A | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE U+0348 | BELOW, COMBINING DOWN TACK U+031E | BELOW, COMBINING EQUALS SIGN U+0347 | BELOW, COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT U+0316 | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED BREVE U+032F | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED BRIDGE U+033A | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH U+032B | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT ANGLE U+0349 | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT ARROW U+20EE | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT ARROWHEAD U+0354 | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT HALF RING U+031C | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW U+034D | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT TACK U+0318 | BELOW, COMBINING MACRON U+0331 | BELOW, COMBINING MINUS SIGN U+0320 | BELOW, COMBINING PALATALIZED HOOK U+0321 | BELOW, COMBINING PLUS SIGN U+031F | BELOW, COMBINING RETROFLEX HOOK U+0322 | BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT ARROW U+20EF | BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT ARROWHEAD U+0355 | BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING U+0339 | BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT TACK U+0319 | BELOW, COMBINING RING U+0325 | BELOW, COMBINING SEAGULL U+033C | BELOW, COMBINING SQUARE U+033B | BELOW, COMBINING TILDE U+0330 | BELOW, COMBINING UP TACK U+031D | BELOW, COMBINING UPWARDS ARROW U+034E | BELOW, COMBINING VERTICAL LINE U+0329 | BELOW, COMBINING X U+0353 | BELT, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH U+026C | bend, actuarial U+20E7 | Bengali U+0980 | Bengali Consonants U+0995 | Bengali Currency Signs U+09F2 | Bengali Dependent Vowel Signs U+09BE | Bengali Digits U+09E6 | bengali hasant U+09CD | Bengali Independent Vowels U+0985 | BENGALI ISSHAR U+09FA | BENGALI RUPEE MARK U+09F2 | BENGALI RUPEE SIGN U+09F3 | BENZENE RING U+232C | bernoulli function U+212C | BET SYMBOL U+2136 | BETA SYMBOL, GREEK U+03D0 | beta, curled U+03D0 | BETWEEN U+226C | BEVERAGE, HOT U+2615 | Bidirectional Format Characters U+202A | Big 5, Duplicate Characters from U+FA0C | BIG REVERSE SOLIDUS U+29F9 | BIG SOLIDUS U+29F8 | bijection U+2916 | | bindu, devanagari U+0902 | BIOHAZARD SIGN U+2623 | BIRGA, MONGOLIAN U+1800 | BLACK CIRCLE U+25CF | BLACK CIRCLE, MEDIUM U+26AB | BLACK FLAG U+2691 | BLACK HOURGLASS U+29D7 | BLACK LEFT POINTING INDEX U+261A | BLACK LEFTWARDS BULLET U+204C | BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT U+3010 | BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET, RIGHT U+3011 | BLACK LOZENGE U+29EB | BLACK MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE U+25FE | BLACK MEDIUM SQUARE U+25FC | BLACK NIB U+2712 | BLACK PARALLELOGRAM U+25B0 | BLACK RIGHT POINTING INDEX U+261B | BLACK RIGHTWARDS BULLET U+204D | BLACK SCISSORS U+2702 | BLACK SHOGI PIECE U+2617 | black small circle U+2022 | BLACK SMILING FACE U+263B | BLACK STAR U+2605 | BLACK SUN WITH RAYS U+2600 | BLACK TELEPHONE U+260E | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL C U+212D | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL H U+210C | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL I U+2111 | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL R U+211C | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL Z U+2128 | Black-letter Mathematical Symbols U+1D504 | BLANK SYMBOL U+2422 | Block Elements U+2580 | BLOCK, END OF TRANSMISSION U+0017 | BLOCK, FULL U+2588 | BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR END OF TRANSMISSION U+2417 | Bohairic Coptic U+2C80 | Bold Digits U+1D7CE | Bold Digits, Sans-serif U+1D7EC | | Bold Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D6A8 | Bold Greek Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D756 | Bold Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D71C | Bold Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D790 | Bold Italic Mathematical Symbols U+1D468 | Bold Italic Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D63C | Bold Mathematical Symbols U+1D400 | Bold Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D5D4 | Bold Script Mathematical Symbols U+1D4D0 | bom U+FEFF | Bopomofo Extensions, Chinese U+31A0 | Bopomofo, Chinese U+3100 | bottom U+22A5 | bowt, armenian U+055D | BOWTIE U+22C8 | Bowtie Symbols U+29D1 | bowtie, large U+2A1D | bowtie, vertical U+29D6 | Box Drawing U+2500 | BOX WITH CHECK, BALLOT U+2611 | BOX WITH X, BALLOT U+2612 | BOX, BALLOT U+2610 | BOX, OPEN U+2423 | BOX, SHOULDERED OPEN U+237D | BOX, X IN A RECTANGLE U+2327 | bra U+27E8 | brace, closing U+007D | brace, opening U+007B | Bracket Pieces U+239B | Bracket Pieces U+23B0 | Bracket Variants for Vertical Text U+23DC | BRACKET WITH QUILL, LEFT SQUARE U+2045 | BRACKET WITH QUILL, RIGHT SQUARE U+2046 | bracket, closing curly U+007D | bracket, closing square U+005D | bracket, left abstract syntax U+301A | BRACKET, LEFT ANGLE U+3008 | bracket, left bag U+27E6 | BRACKET, LEFT BLACK LENTICULAR U+3010 | bracket, left chevron U+27EA | BRACKET, LEFT CORNER U+300C | BRACKET, LEFT CURLY U+007B | BRACKET, LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE U+300A | bracket, left sequence U+27E8 | BRACKET, LEFT SQUARE U+005B | BRACKET, LEFT TORTOISE SHELL U+3014 | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE CORNER U+300E | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE CURLY U+2983 | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE LENTICULAR U+3016 | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE SQUARE U+301A | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL U+3018 | BRACKET, LEFT-POINTING ANGLE U+2329 | BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT ANGLE U+27E8 | BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE U+27EA | BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL RIGHT ANGLE U+27E9 | BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL RIGHT DOUBLE ANGLE U+27EB | bracket, opening curly U+007B | bracket, opening square U+005B | bracket, right abstract syntax U+301B | BRACKET, RIGHT ANGLE U+3009 | bracket, right bag U+27E7 | BRACKET, RIGHT BLACK LENTICULAR U+3011 | bracket, right chevron U+27EB | BRACKET, RIGHT CORNER U+300D | BRACKET, RIGHT CURLY U+007D | BRACKET, RIGHT DOUBLE ANGLE U+300B | bracket, right sequence U+27E9 | BRACKET, RIGHT SQUARE U+005D | BRACKET, RIGHT TORTOISE SHELL U+3015 | BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE CORNER U+300F | BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE CURLY U+2984 | BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE LENTICULAR U+3017 | BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE SQUARE U+301B | BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL U+3019 | BRACKET, RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE U+232A | Brackets U+2983 | Brackets, Corner U+2308 | Brackets, Mathematical U+27E6 | Brackets, Ornamental U+2768 | Brackets, Vertical U+23B4 | Braille Patterns U+2800 | brazilian currency U+20A2 | BREAK HERE, NO U+0083 | BREAK PERMITTED HERE U+0082 | breathing mark, greek rough U+0314 | breathing mark, greek smooth U+0313 | BREVE U+02D8 | BREVE BELOW, COMBINING U+032E | BREVE BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE U+035C | BREVE BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED U+032F | BREVE, COMBINING U+0306 | BREVE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+035D | BREVE, COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED U+0361 | BREVE, COMBINING INVERTED U+0311 | BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING U+0346 | BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING WIDE U+20E9 | BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING U+032A | BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED U+033A | BROKEN BAR U+00A6 | broken vertical bar U+00A6 | Buginese U+1A00 | Buhid U+1740 | BULLET U+2022 | BULLET OPERATOR U+2219 | BULLET, BLACK LEFTWARDS U+204C | BULLET, BLACK RIGHTWARDS U+204D | BULLET, HYPHEN U+2043 | BULLET, REVERSED ROTATED FLORAL HEART U+2619 | bullet, tainome japanese U+25C9 | BULLET, TRIANGULAR U+2023 | BULLET, WHITE U+25E6 | BULLSEYE U+25CE | bullseye, latin letter U+0298 | buried symbol U+26B0 | Burmese U+1000 | by definition, equal to U+225C | BY DEFINITION, EQUAL TO U+225D | BY, MEASURED U+225E | byte order mark U+FEFF | Byzantine Musical Symbols U+1D000


Description Unicode Value

C WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0107 | C WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+010D | C WITH CEDILLA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C7 | C WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E7 | C WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0109 | C WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0255 | C WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+010B | C WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0188 | C WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+023B | C WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+023C | c, apostrophic U+2183 | C, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL U+212D | C, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0368 | C, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+2102 | C, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D04 | C, LATIN LETTER STRETCHED U+0297 | C, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED U+2184 | C1 Control Codes U+0080 | CADA UNA U+2106 | CADUCEUS U+2624 | Cambodian U+1780 | Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Unified U+1400 | CANADIAN SYLLABICS FULL STOP U+166E | Canadian Syllabics Punctuation U+166D | CANCEL U+0018 | CANCEL CHARACTER U+0094 | CANCEL TAG U+E007F | CANCEL, SYMBOL FOR U+2418 | CANCELLATION MARK, LAO U+0ECC | CANCER U+264B | CANDRABINDU, COMBINING U+0310 | CANDRABINDU, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+0901 | Cantillation Marks, Hebrew U+0591 | Cantillation Signs, Tibetan U+0FC0 | cap U+2229 | CAP, SQUARE U+2293 | Capital Letters, Armenian U+0531 | Capital Letters, Cyrillic U+0400 | Capital Letters, Georgian U+10A0 | Capital Letters, Greek U+0391 | Capital Letters, Latin U+0041 | CAPRICORN U+2651 | caps lock U+21EA | caps lock U+21EC | Card Suits, Playing U+2660 | cardinal, first transfinite U+2135 | cardinal, fourth transfinite U+2138 | cardinal, second transfinite U+2136 | cardinal, third transfinite U+2137 | CARE OF U+2105 | caret U+028C | CARET U+2038 | CARET INSERTION POINT U+2041 | Carian U+102A0 | CARON U+02C7 | CARON BELOW, COMBINING U+032C | CARON, COMBINING U+030C | CARRIAGE RETURN U+000D | CARRIAGE RETURN, SYMBOL FOR U+240D | cartesian product U+00D7 | CAUTION SIGN U+2621 | CEDI SIGN U+20B5 | CEDILLA U+00B8 | cedilla above U+0312 | CEDILLA, COMBINING U+0327 | CEDILLA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH U+00C7 | CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH U+00E7 | cedilla, spacing U+00B8 | CEILING, LEFT U+2308 | CEILING, RIGHT U+2309 | CELSIUS, DEGREE U+2103 | CENT SIGN U+00A2 | center U+2385 | centigrade, degrees U+2103 | CENTRE LINE SYMBOL U+2104 | CENTRELINE LOW LINE U+FE4E | CENTRELINE OVERLINE U+FE4A | cgj U+034F | Cham U+AA00 | | CHARACTER INTRODUCER, SINGLE U+009A | CHARACTER TABULATION U+0009 | CHARACTER TABULATION SET U+0088 | CHARACTER TABULATION WITH JUSTIFICATION U+0089 | CHARACTER TIE U+2040 | Chart Components, Form and U+2500 | CHECK MARK U+2713 | CHECK MARK, HEAVY U+2714 | CHECK MARK, NOT U+237B | CHECK, BALLOT BOX WITH U+2611 | Checkers, Symbols for Draughts and U+26C0 | Cherokee U+13A0 | Chess Symbols U+2654 | Chess Symbols, Japanese U+2616 | chevron bracket, left U+27EA | chevron bracket, right U+27EB | chevrons U+00AB | CHI RHO U+2627 | | Chinese Bopomofo U+3100 | Chinese Bopomofo Extensions U+31A0 | chinese fifth or neutral tone, mandarin U+02D9 | chinese first tone, mandarin U+02C9 | chinese fourth tone, mandarin U+02CB | chinese second tone, mandarin U+02CA | chinese third tone, mandarin U+02C7 | Chinese, Corner Tone Marks for U+A700 | choice, dijkstra U+2AFE | choice, n-ary dijkstra U+2AFF | christogram U+2627 | CIRCLE BACKSLASH, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20E0 | Circle Symbols U+29B5 | CIRCLE, BLACK U+25CF | circle, black small U+2022 | CIRCLE, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20DD | CIRCLE, DOTTED U+25CC | circle, jis composition U+20DD | CIRCLE, LARGE U+25EF | CIRCLE, MEDIUM BLACK U+26AB | CIRCLE, MEDIUM SMALL WHITE U+26AC | CIRCLE, MEDIUM WHITE U+26AA | CIRCLE, SHADOWED WHITE U+274D | CIRCLE, WHITE U+25CB | CIRCLED DASH U+229D | CIRCLED DIGIT ZERO U+24EA | Circled Digits, Dingbat U+2776 | CIRCLED DIVISION SIGN U+2A38 | CIRCLED DIVISION SLASH U+2298 | CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR U+2299 | CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR, N-ARY U+2A00 | CIRCLED EQUALS U+229C | Circled Ideographs U+3280 | Circled Inverse Numbers U+2776 | Circled Katakana U+32D0 | Circled Korean Hangul Elements U+3260 | Circled Korean Hangul Syllables U+326E | Circled Latin Letters U+24B6 | CIRCLED MINUS U+2296 | Circled Numbers U+2460 | Circled Numbers U+3251 | Circled Numbers U+32B1 | Circled Numbers, Double U+24F5 | Circled Numbers, White on Black U+24EB | CIRCLED PLUS U+2295 | CIRCLED PLUS OPERATOR, N-ARY U+2A01 | CIRCLED POSTAL MARK U+3036 | CIRCLED RING OPERATOR U+229A | CIRCLED TIMES U+2297 | CIRCLED TIMES OPERATOR, N-ARY U+2A02 | Circles U+25CB | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT U+005E | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING U+032D | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, COMBINING U+0302 | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02C6 | circumflex accent, spacing U+005E | claudian antisigma U+2183 | claudian digamma inversum U+2133 | clear key U+2327 | CLEAR SCREEN SYMBOL U+239A | clear weather U+2600 | CLICK, LATIN LETTER ALVEOLAR U+01C2 | | CLICK, LATIN LETTER DENTAL U+01C0 | CLICK, LATIN LETTER LATERAL U+01C1 | CLICK, LATIN LETTER RETROFLEX U+01C3 | Clicks, African Letters for U+01C0 | CLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D5 | CLOCKWISE CONTOUR INTEGRAL U+2232 | CLOCKWISE INTEGRAL U+2231 | CLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20D9 | clone U+2104 | Clones of Diacritics, Spacing U+02D8 | CLOSE UP U+2050 | closed epsilon, latin small letter U+029A | CLOSED OMEGA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0277 | CLOSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+029A | closed reversed epsilon, latin small letter U+025E | CLOSED REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+025E | closing brace U+007D | closing curly bracket U+007D | CLOSING MARK, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3006 | closing parenthesis U+0029 | closing square bracket U+005D | CLOUD U+2601 | cloudy weather U+2601 | CNS 11643-1992, Duplicate Characters from U+2F800 | coffee, cup of U+2615 | COFFIN U+26B0 | COLON U+003A | COLON EQUALS U+2254 | colon right arrow U+29F4 | COLON SIGN U+20A1 | COLON, EQUALS U+2255 | COLON, ETHIOPIC U+1365 | COLON, ETHIOPIC PREFACE U+1366 | COLON, MODIFIER LETTER HALF TRIANGULAR U+02D1 | COLON, MODIFIER LETTER TRIANGULAR U+02D0 | COLON, MONGOLIAN U+1804 | COLON, Z NOTATION TYPE U+2982 | COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT U+0301 | COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT BELOW U+0317 | COMBINING ACUTE TONE MARK U+0341 | COMBINING ALMOST EQUAL TO ABOVE U+034C | Combining Alphabet, Korean Hangul Jamo U+1100 | COMBINING ANNUITY SYMBOL U+20E7 | COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE U+20D4 | COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY U+20DA | COMBINING BREVE U+0306 | COMBINING BREVE BELOW U+032E | COMBINING BRIDGE ABOVE U+0346 | COMBINING BRIDGE BELOW U+032A | COMBINING CANDRABINDU U+0310 | COMBINING CARON U+030C | COMBINING CARON BELOW U+032C | COMBINING CEDILLA U+0327 | Combining Characters, Cyrillic U+0483 | COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT U+0302 | COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT BELOW U+032D | COMBINING CLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE U+20D5 | COMBINING CLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY U+20D9 | COMBINING COMMA ABOVE U+0313 | COMBINING COMMA ABOVE RIGHT U+0315 | COMBINING COMMA BELOW U+0326 | COMBINING CONJOINING MACRON U+FE26 | combining counterclockwise arrow above U+20D4 | combining counterclockwise ring overlay U+20DA | Combining Diacritical Marks U+0300 | Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols U+20D0 | COMBINING DIAERESIS U+0308 | COMBINING DIAERESIS BELOW U+0324 | COMBINING DOT ABOVE U+0307 | COMBINING DOT ABOVE RIGHT U+0358 | COMBINING DOT BELOW U+0323 | COMBINING DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT U+030B | COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE U+035D | COMBINING DOUBLE BREVE BELOW U+035C | COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT U+030F | COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE U+0361 | COMBINING DOUBLE LOW LINE U+0333 | COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON U+035E | COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW U+035F | COMBINING DOUBLE OVERLINE U+033F | COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW U+0362 | COMBINING DOUBLE RING BELOW U+035A | COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE U+0360 | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE U+030E | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW U+0348 | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY U+20E6 | COMBINING DOWN TACK BELOW U+031E | COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE U+20DD | COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH U+20E0 | COMBINING ENCLOSING DIAMOND U+20DF | COMBINING ENCLOSING KEYCAP U+20E3 | COMBINING ENCLOSING SCREEN U+20E2 | COMBINING ENCLOSING SQUARE U+20DE | COMBINING ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE U+20E4 | COMBINING EQUALS SIGN BELOW U+0347 | COMBINING FERMATA U+0352 | COMBINING FOUR DOTS ABOVE U+20DC | COMBINING GRAPHEME JOINER U+034F | COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT U+0300 | COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT BELOW U+0316 | COMBINING GRAVE TONE MARK U+0340 | COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS U+0344 | COMBINING GREEK KORONIS U+0343 | COMBINING GREEK PERISPOMENI U+0342 | COMBINING GREEK YPOGEGRAMMENI U+0345 | combining hacek U+030C | Combining Half Marks U+FE20 | COMBINING HOMOTHETIC ABOVE U+034B | COMBINING HOOK ABOVE U+0309 | COMBINING HORN U+031B | COMBINING INVERTED BREVE U+0311 | COMBINING INVERTED BREVE BELOW U+032F | COMBINING INVERTED BRIDGE BELOW U+033A | COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH BELOW U+032B | combining japanese daku-on U+3099 | combining japanese han-daku-on U+309A | Combining Latin Small Letters U+0363 | COMBINING LEFT ANGLE ABOVE U+031A | COMBINING LEFT ANGLE BELOW U+0349 | COMBINING LEFT ARROW ABOVE U+20D6 | COMBINING LEFT ARROW BELOW U+20EE | COMBINING LEFT ARROWHEAD BELOW U+0354 | COMBINING LEFT HALF RING ABOVE U+0351 | COMBINING LEFT HALF RING BELOW U+031C | COMBINING LEFT HARPOON ABOVE U+20D0 | COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW ABOVE U+20E1 | COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW BELOW U+034D | COMBINING LEFT TACK BELOW U+0318 | COMBINING LEFTWARDS ARROW OVERLAY U+20EA | COMBINING LEFTWARDS HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS U+20ED | COMBINING LONG DOUBLE SOLIDUS OVERLAY U+20EB | COMBINING LONG SOLIDUS OVERLAY U+0338 | COMBINING LONG STROKE OVERLAY U+0336 | COMBINING LONG VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY U+20D2 | COMBINING LOW LINE U+0332 | COMBINING MACRON U+0304 | COMBINING MACRON BELOW U+0331 | COMBINING MACRON LEFT HALF U+FE24 | COMBINING MACRON RIGHT HALF U+FE25 | Combining Marks, Arabic U+0653 | COMBINING MINUS SIGN BELOW U+0320 | COMBINING NOT TILDE ABOVE U+034A | COMBINING OGONEK U+0328 | COMBINING OVERLINE U+0305 | COMBINING PALATALIZED HOOK BELOW U+0321 | COMBINING PLUS SIGN BELOW U+031F | COMBINING RETROFLEX HOOK BELOW U+0322 | COMBINING REVERSE SOLIDUS OVERLAY U+20E5 | COMBINING REVERSED COMMA ABOVE U+0314 | COMBINING RIGHT ARROW ABOVE U+20D7 | COMBINING RIGHT ARROW BELOW U+20EF | COMBINING RIGHT ARROWHEAD ABOVE U+0350 | COMBINING RIGHT ARROWHEAD BELOW U+0355 | COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING ABOVE U+0357 | COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING BELOW U+0339 | COMBINING RIGHT HARPOON ABOVE U+20D1 | COMBINING RIGHT TACK BELOW U+0319 | COMBINING RIGHTWARDS HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS U+20EC | COMBINING RING ABOVE U+030A | COMBINING RING BELOW U+0325 | COMBINING RING OVERLAY U+20D8 | COMBINING SEAGULL BELOW U+033C | COMBINING SHORT SOLIDUS OVERLAY U+0337 | COMBINING SHORT STROKE OVERLAY U+0335 | COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY U+20D3 | COMBINING SQUARE BELOW U+033B | COMBINING THREE DOTS ABOVE U+20DB | COMBINING TILDE U+0303 | COMBINING TILDE BELOW U+0330 | COMBINING TILDE OVERLAY U+0334 | COMBINING TRIPLE UNDERDOT U+20E8 | COMBINING TURNED COMMA ABOVE U+0312 | COMBINING UP TACK BELOW U+031D | COMBINING UPWARDS ARROW BELOW U+034E | COMBINING VERTICAL LINE ABOVE U+030D | COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW U+0329 | COMBINING VERTICAL TILDE U+033E | COMBINING WIDE BRIDGE ABOVE U+20E9 | COMBINING X ABOVE U+033D | COMBINING X BELOW U+0353 | COMBINING ZIGZAG ABOVE U+035B | COMET U+2604 | COMMA U+002C | COMMA ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING U+0315 | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING U+0313 | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING REVERSED U+0314 | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING TURNED U+0312 | COMMA BELOW, COMBINING U+0326 | comma quotation mark, double U+201D | comma quotation mark, double reversed U+201F | comma quotation mark, double turned U+201C | comma quotation mark, low double U+201E | comma quotation mark, low single U+201A | comma quotation mark, single U+2019 | comma quotation mark, single reversed U+201B | comma quotation mark, single turned U+2018 | COMMA, ARABIC U+060C | COMMA, ARMENIAN U+055D | COMMA, ETHIOPIC U+1363 | comma, georgian U+00B7 | COMMA, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3001 | comma, invisible U+2063 | COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED U+02BD | COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER TURNED U+02BB | COMMA, MONGOLIAN U+1802 | COMMA, MONGOLIAN MANCHU U+1808 | command key U+2318 | COMMAND, APPLICATION PROGRAM U+009F | COMMAND, OPERATING SYSTEM U+009D | COMMERCIAL AT U+0040 | COMMERCIAL MINUS SIGN U+2052 | compass U+263C | Compatibility and Specials Area U+F900 | Compatibility Ideographs, DPRK U+FA70 | Compatibility Ideographs, JIS X 0213 U+FA30 | Compatibility Jamo, Korean Hangul U+3130 | COMPLEMENT U+2201 | complex numbers U+2102 | component, radial U+27DF | Components, Form and Chart U+2500 | composite function U+2218 | composition circle, jis U+20DD | COMPOSITION SYMBOL U+2384 | concatenation, sequence U+2040 | CONICAL TAPER U+2332 | CONJOINING MACRON, COMBINING U+FE26 | CONJUGATE MATRIX, HERMITIAN U+22B9 | conjunction U+2227 | CONJUNCTION U+260C | constant pi, mathematical U+03C0 | CONSTANT, EULER U+2107 | CONSTANT, PLANCK U+210E | constantine's cross U+2627 | CONTAINS AS MEMBER U+220B | CONTAINS AS MEMBER, SMALL U+220D | CONTAINS AS NORMAL SUBGROUP U+22B3 | Contextual Form Glyphs, Arabic U+FB50 | Contextual Form Glyphs, Arabic U+FE80 | continuity, absolute U+2AA1 | CONTINUOUS UNDERLINE SYMBOL U+2381 | continuum, second transfinite cardinal U+2136 | CONTOUR INTEGRAL U+222E | CONTOUR INTEGRAL, ANTICLOCKWISE U+2233 | CONTOUR INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE U+2232 | contour integral, counterclockwise U+2233 | contraction operator U+20E9 | control U+2388 | Control Code Graphics, Quadrant U+25F0 | Control Codes, C0 U+0000 | Control Codes, C1 U+0080 | Control Codes, Graphic Pictures for U+2400 | Control Codes, Graphics for U+237D | CONTROL SEQUENCE INTRODUCER U+009B | Controls, Bidirectional Format U+202A | Controls, Mongolian Format U+180B | coproduct sign U+2210 | COPRODUCT, N-ARY U+2210 | Coptic Letters Derived from Demotic U+03E2 | Coptic, Bohairic U+2C80 | Coptic, Continuous Macrons for U+FE24 | Coptic, Extended U+2CB2 | COPYRIGHT SIGN U+00A9 | COPYRIGHT, SOUND RECORDING U+2117 | Corner Brackets U+2308 | Corner Tone Marks for Chinese U+A700 | Corners, Quine U+231C | CORRESPONDS TO U+2258 | corresponds to U+2259 | costa rican currency U+20A1 | countable, first transfinite cardinal U+2135 | COUNTERBORE U+2334 | counterclockwise arrow above, combining U+20D4 | counterclockwise contour integral U+2233 | counterclockwise integration U+2A11 | counterclockwise ring overlay, combining U+20DA | COUNTERSINK U+2335 | cr U+000D | CREDIT SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF7 | cremated symbol U+26B1 | CRESCENT, STAR AND U+262A | Croatian Digraphs Matching Serbian Cyrillic Letters U+01C4 | Crops U+230C | CROSS ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02DF | Cross Dingbats U+2719 | CROSS OF JERUSALEM U+2629 | CROSS OF LORRAINE U+2628 | cross ratio U+211E | cross, constantine's U+2627 | CROSS, DOTTED U+205C | CROSS, EAST SYRIAC U+2671 | CROSS, LATIN U+271D | cross, long U+2020 | CROSS, MALTESE U+2720 | CROSS, ORTHODOX U+2626 | cross, st. andrew's U+2613 | CROSS, WEST SYRIAC U+2670 | CROSSED SWORDS U+2694 | Crosses U+2719 | crosshatch U+0023 | CRUZEIRO SIGN U+20A2 | CUBE ROOT U+221B | cubed U+00B3 | Cuneiform U+12000 | Cuneiform Numbers and Punctuation U+12400 | cup U+222A | cup of coffee U+2615 | cup of tea U+2615 | CUP, SQUARE U+2294 | curled beta U+03D0 | curly bracket, closing U+007D | CURLY BRACKET, LEFT U+007B | CURLY BRACKET, LEFT WHITE U+2983 | curly bracket, opening U+007B | CURLY BRACKET, RIGHT U+007D | CURLY BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE U+2984 | CURLY LOGICAL AND U+22CF | CURLY LOGICAL OR U+22CE | CURRENCY SIGN U+00A4 | Currency Signs, Bengali U+09F2 | CURRENCY SYMBOL BAHT, THAI U+0E3F | CURRENCY SYMBOL RIEL, KHMER U+17DB | currency symbol, florin U+0192 | Currency Symbols U+20A0 | currency, argentinian former U+20B3 | currency, brazilian U+20A2 | currency, costa rican U+20A1 | currency, el salvadorian U+20A1 | currency, euro european U+20AC | currency, french U+20A3 | currency, ghana U+20B5 | currency, greek U+20AF | currency, indian U+20A8 | currency, iranian U+FDFC | currency, israeli U+20AA | currency, italian U+20A4 | currency, korean U+20A9 | currency, laotian U+20AD | currency, mongolian U+20AE | currency, nigerian U+20A6 | currency, paraguayan U+20B2 | currency, phillipine U+20B1 | currency, spanish U+20A7 | currency, turkish U+20A4 | currency, ukrainian U+20B4 | currency, vietnamese U+20AB | CURRENT SYMBOL FORM TWO, DIRECT U+2393 | CURRENT, AC U+23E6 | current, alternating U+223F | cursor down, fast U+21A1 | cursor left, fast U+219E | cursor right, fast U+21A0 | cursor up, fast U+219F | cycle U+223C | CYLINDRICITY U+232D | Cypriot Syllabary U+10800 | Cyrillic U+0400 | Cyrillic Capital Letters U+0400 | Cyrillic Combining Characters U+0483 | Cyrillic Extended-A U+2DE0 | Cyrillic Extended-B U+A640 | Cyrillic Extensions U+0450 | Cyrillic Extensions U+048A | Cyrillic Historic Letters U+0460 | Cyrillic Small Letters U+0430 | Cyrillic Supplement U+0500


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Description Unicode Value d retroflex hook, latin small letter U+0256 | D WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+010F | D WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E11 | D WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E13 | D WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0221 | D WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E0B | D WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E0D | D WITH HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+018A | D WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0257 | D WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E0F | D WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0111 | D WITH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0256 | D WITH TOPBAR, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+018C | d'alembertian U+29E0 | D, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0369 | D, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC CAPITAL U+2145 | D, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL U+2146 | D, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AFRICAN U+0189 | D, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D05 | DAGGER U+2020 | DAGGER, DOUBLE U+2021 | daku-on, combining japanese U+3099 | daku-on, japanese U+309B | DALET SYMBOL U+2138 | DANDA, DEVANAGARI U+0964 | DANDA, DEVANAGARI DOUBLE U+0965 | dash, angled U+00AC | DASH, CIRCLED U+229D | DASH, EM U+2014 | DASH, EN U+2013 | DASH, FIGURE U+2012 | dash, quotation U+2015 | DASH, SWUNG U+2053 | DASH, WAVE U+301C | DASH, WAVY U+3030 | DASHED LOW LINE U+FE4D | DASHED OVERLINE U+FE49 | Dashes U+2010 | dasia, greek U+0314 | DATA LINK ESCAPE U+0010 | DATA LINK ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR U+2410 | Database Theory Operators U+27D5 | DAVID, STAR OF U+2721 | DAY SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF3 | Days, Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for U+33E0 | DB DIGRAPH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0238 | DEBIT SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF6 | decimal point U+002E | decimal separator U+002C | DECIMAL SEPARATOR KEY SYMBOL U+2396 | DECIMAL SEPARATOR, ARABIC U+066B | deergh viram, devanagari U+0965 | DEGREE CELSIUS U+2103 | DEGREE FAHRENHEIT U+2109 | DEGREE SIGN U+00B0 | degrees centigrade U+2103 | del U+2207 | DELETE U+007F | DELETE FORM TWO, SYMBOL FOR U+2425 | delete to the left key U+232B | delete to the right key U+2326 | DELETE, SYMBOL FOR U+2421 | DELTA EQUAL TO U+225C | DELTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+018D | Demotic, Coptic Letters Derived from U+03E2 | DENTAL CLICK, LATIN LETTER U+01C0 | Dentistry Notation Symbols U+23BE | depth symbol U+21A7 | derivative U+0307 | derivative, double U+0308 | derivative, fourth U+20DC | derivative, third U+20DB | DESCENDING NODE U+260B | Deseret U+10400 | Devanagari U+0900 | devanagari bindu U+0902 | Devanagari Consonants U+0915 | DEVANAGARI DANDA U+0964 | devanagari deergh viram U+0965 | Devanagari Dependent Vowel Signs U+093E | Devanagari Digits U+0966 | DEVANAGARI DOUBLE DANDA U+0965 | Devanagari Extensions U+0951 | Devanagari Independent Vowels U+0904 | DEVANAGARI OM U+0950 | devanagari purna viram U+0964 | DEVANAGARI SIGN ANUSVARA U+0902 | DEVANAGARI SIGN AVAGRAHA U+093D | DEVANAGARI SIGN CANDRABINDU U+0901 | DEVANAGARI SIGN NUKTA U+093C | DEVANAGARI SIGN VIRAMA U+094D | DEVANAGARI SIGN VISARGA U+0903 | Device Controls U+0011 | Device Controls, Symbols for U+2411 | DHARMA, WHEEL OF U+2638 | diacritic, finite function U+20E6 | Diacritical Marks for Symbols, Combining U+20D0 | Diacritical Marks, Combining U+0300 | Diacritics for Greek U+0342 | Diacritics for IPA U+0346 | Diacritics for Uralic Phonetic Alphabet U+0350 | Diacritics, Double U+035C | Diacritics, Enclosing U+20DD | Diacritics, Medieval Superscript Letter U+0363 | Diacritics, Ordinary U+0300 | Diacritics, Overstruck U+0334 | Diacritics, Spacing Clones of U+02D8 | DIAERESIS U+00A8 | DIAERESIS BELOW, COMBINING U+0324 | DIAERESIS, COMBINING U+0308 | diaeresis, spacing U+00A8 | DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS, DOWN RIGHT U+22F1 | DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS, UP RIGHT U+22F0 | DIALYTIKA TONOS, COMBINING GREEK U+0344 | dialytika, greek U+0308 | DIAMETER SIGN U+2300 | DIAMOND OPERATOR U+22C4 | DIAMOND, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20DF | Diamonds U+25C6 | Diamonds and Lozenges U+2B25 | Dice U+2680 | Dictionary and Map Symbols U+2690 | Dictionary Punctuation U+2E1A | diesis U+2021 | difference between U+223C | DIFFERENCE BETWEEN U+224F | difference or sum, positive U+2A24 | difference, backward U+2207 | difference, forward U+2206 | difference, sum or positive U+2A26 | difference, symmetric U+2206 | difference, symmetric U+2238 | difference, symmetric U+2296 | DIFFERENTIAL, PARTIAL U+2202 | digamma inversum, claudian U+2133 | DIGIT ZERO, CIRCLED U+24EA | Digits Minus Half, Tibetan U+0F2A | Digits Symbols, Mathematical U+1D7CE | Digits, Arabic-Indic U+0660 | Digits, Balinese U+1B50 | Digits, Bengali U+09E6 | Digits, Bold U+1D7CE | Digits, Devanagari U+0966 | Digits, Dingbat Circled U+2776 | Digits, Double-struck U+1D7D8 | Digits, Eastern Arabic-Indic U+06F0 | Digits, Ethiopic U+1369 | Digits, Gujarati U+0AE6 | Digits, Gurmukhi U+0A66 | Digits, Kannada U+0CE6 | Digits, Kharoshthi U+10A40 | Digits, Khmer U+17E0 | Digits, Lao U+0ED0 | Digits, Limbu U+1946 | | Digits, Mongolian U+1810 | Digits, Monospace U+1D7F6 | Digits, Myanmar U+1040 | Digits, New Tai Lue U+19D0 | Digits, Oriya U+0B66 | Digits, Osmanya U+104A0 | Digits, Sans-serif U+1D7E2 | Digits, Sans-serif Bold U+1D7EC | Digits, Subscript U+2080 | Digits, Superscript U+2070 | Digits, Tamil U+0BE7 | Digits, Telugu U+0C66 | Digits, Thai U+0E50 | Digits, Tibetan U+0F20 | Digram Symbols, Yijing / I Ching Monogram and U+268A | Digraphs Matching Serbian Cyrillic Letters, Croatian U+01C4 | Digraphs, Phonetic U+02A3 | Digraphs, Yiddish U+05F0 | dijkstra choice U+2AFE | dijkstra choice, n-ary U+2AFF | DIMENSION ORIGIN U+2331 | Dingbat Arrows U+2794 | Dingbat Circled Digits U+2776 | Dingbats U+2700 | Dingbats Series 100, ITC Zapf U+2700 | Dingbats, Arrow U+2794 | Dingbats, Cross U+2719 | Dingbats, Drop-shadowed U+274D | Dingbats, Hazard U+2620 | Dingbats, Heart U+2763 | Dingbats, Miscellaneous U+2600 | Dingbats, Music U+2669 | Dingbats, Pencil U+270E | Dingbats, Pointing Index Finger U+261A | Dingbats, Quotation Mark U+275B | Dingbats, Scissors U+2701 | Dingbats, Snowflake U+2744 | Dingbats, Star U+2726 | Dingbats, Vertical Bar U+2758 | Dingbats, Warning U+2620 | Dingbats, Weather U+2600 | Dingbats, Zapf U+2700 | DIRECT CURRENT SYMBOL FORM TWO U+2393 | direct product U+2299 | direct sum U+2295 | Directional Format Characters U+202A | DIRECTIONAL FORMATTING, POP U+202C | DISCONTINUOUS UNDERLINE SYMBOL U+2382 | discretionary hyphen U+00AD | | DITTO MARK U+3003 | DIVIDES U+2223 | Divination, Khmer Numeric Symbols for U+17F0 | DIVISION SIGN U+00F7 | Division Sign Operators, Multiplication and U+2A2F | DIVISION SIGN, CIRCLED U+2A38 | DIVISION SLASH U+2215 | DIVISION SLASH, CIRCLED U+2298 | DIVISION TIMES U+22C7 | DIVISION, LONG U+27CC | DIVORCE SYMBOL U+26AE | DOES NOT CONTAIN AS MEMBER U+220C | DOES NOT DIVIDE U+2224 | DOES NOT EXIST, THERE U+2204 | does not yield U+22A3 | DOLLAR SIGN U+0024 | domain restriction U+25C1 | Domino Tiles U+1F030 | DONG SIGN U+20AB | dot U+002E | DOT ABOVE U+02D9 | DOT ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING U+0358 | DOT ABOVE, COMBINING U+0307 | dot above, double U+0308 | DOT BELOW, COMBINING U+0323 | DOT BELOW, MYANMAR SIGN U+1037 | DOT LEADER, ONE U+2024 | dot leader, three U+2026 | DOT LEADER, TWO U+2025 | DOT MINUS U+2238 | DOT OPERATOR U+22C5 | DOT OPERATOR, CIRCLED U+2299 | DOT OPERATOR, SQUARED U+22A1 | DOT PLUS U+2214 | DOT PUNCTUATION, FIVE U+2059 | DOT PUNCTUATION, FOUR U+2058 | DOT PUNCTUATION, THREE U+2056 | DOT PUNCTUATION, TWO U+205A | dot, greek middle U+00B7 | DOT, KATAKANA MIDDLE U+30FB | dot, latin capital letter i U+0130 | DOT, MIDDLE U+00B7 | | DOT, VERTICAL LINE WITH MIDDLE U+237F | DOTLESS I, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0131 | DOTLESS J WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+025F | DOTLESS J, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0237 | Dotless Mathematical Symbols U+1D6A4 | DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING FOUR U+20DC | DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING THREE U+20DB | DOTS, MONGOLIAN FOUR U+1805 | DOTS, VERTICAL FOUR U+205E | DOTTED CIRCLE U+25CC | DOTTED CROSS U+205C | DOTTED FENCE U+2999 | Dotted Mathematical Operators U+2234 | DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT U+02DD | DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING U+030B | DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT U+300A | DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT U+27EA | DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL RIGHT U+27EB | DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, RIGHT U+300B | DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING U+00AB | DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING U+00BB | DOUBLE APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER U+02EE | DOUBLE ARCH BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED U+032B | Double Arrows U+21CD | DOUBLE BREVE BELOW, COMBINING U+035C | DOUBLE BREVE, COMBINING U+035D | Double Circled Numbers U+24F5 | double comma quotation mark U+201D | double comma quotation mark, low U+201E | DOUBLE DAGGER U+2021 | DOUBLE DANDA, DEVANAGARI U+0965 | double derivative U+0308 | Double Diacritics U+035C | double dot above U+0308 | DOUBLE EXCLAMATION MARK U+203C | DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING U+030F | DOUBLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK U+201F | DOUBLE HYPHEN, KATAKANA-HIRAGANA U+30A0 | DOUBLE INTEGRAL U+222C | DOUBLE INTERSECTION U+22D2 | DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING U+0361 | DOUBLE LOGICAL AND U+2A53 | DOUBLE LOGICAL OR U+2A54 | DOUBLE LOW LINE U+2017 | DOUBLE LOW LINE, COMBINING U+0333 | DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK U+201E | DOUBLE MACRON BELOW, COMBINING U+035F | DOUBLE MACRON, COMBINING U+035E | Double Operators U+22D0 | DOUBLE OVERLINE, COMBINING U+033F | double pipe U+01C1 | DOUBLE PLUS U+29FA | DOUBLE PRECEDES U+2ABB | DOUBLE PRIME U+2033 | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK U+301E | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK, LOW U+301F | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED U+301D | DOUBLE PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER U+02BA | DOUBLE PRIME, REVERSED U+2036 | Double Punctuation for Vertical Text U+2047 | DOUBLE PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE U+1736 | DOUBLE QUESTION MARK U+2047 | DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT U+201C | DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT U+201D | double reversed comma quotation mark U+201F | DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW, COMBINING U+0362 | DOUBLE RING BELOW, COMBINING U+035A | double slash overlay, long U+20EB | DOUBLE SOLIDUS OPERATOR U+2AFD | DOUBLE SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG U+20EB | DOUBLE SUBSET U+22D0 | DOUBLE SUCCEEDS U+2ABC | DOUBLE SUPERSET U+22D1 | DOUBLE TILDE, COMBINING U+0360 | double turned comma quotation mark U+201C | double underline U+0333 | double underscore U+0333 | double underscore, spacing U+2017 | DOUBLE UNION U+22D3 | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE U+2016 | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING U+030E | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING U+0348 | DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20E6 | DOUBLE WAVY OVERLINE U+FE4C | double-barred pipe U+01C2 | Double-struck Digits U+1D7D8 | Double-struck Greek Letters U+213C | Double-struck Greek Letters U+213D | Double-struck Italic Mathematical Symbols U+2145 | Double-struck Mathematical Symbols U+1D538 | DOWN ARROWHEAD U+2304 | DOWN POINTING INDEX, WHITE U+261F | DOWN RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS U+22F1 | DOWN TACK U+22A4 | DOWN TACK BELOW, COMBINING U+031E | down, page U+21DF | downstile, apl U+230A | DOWNWARDS ARROW U+2193 | DPRK Compatibility Ideographs U+FA70 | DRACHMA SIGN U+20AF | Drafting Symbols U+232D | dram U+0292 | Draughts and Checkers, Symbols for U+26C0 | drop U+264F | Drop-shadowed Dingbats U+274D | Duplicate Characters from Big 5 U+FA0C | Duplicate Characters from CNS 11643-1992 U+2F800


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/e.htm

Description Unicode Value E WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C9 | E WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E9 | E WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0115 | E WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+011B | E WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0229 | E WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E19 | E WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CA | E WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00EA | E WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CB | E WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00EB | E WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0117 | E WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EB9 | E WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0205 | E WITH GRAVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00C8 | E WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00E8 | E WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EBB | E WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN U+025D | E WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0207 | E WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0113 | E WITH OGONEK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0119 | E WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0246 | E WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0247 | E WITH TILDE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E1B | E WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EBD | E, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0364 | E, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL U+2147 | E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN U+0190 | E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER REVERSED U+018E | e, latin capital letter turned U+018E | E, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D07 | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED OPEN U+029A | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED REVERSED OPEN U+025E | e, latin small letter o U+0153 | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN U+025B | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED U+0258 | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN U+025C | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+01DD | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED OPEN U+1D08 | E, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2130 | E, SCRIPT SMALL U+212F | EARTH U+2641 | EARTH GROUND U+23DA | EAST SYRIAC CROSS U+2671 | Eastern Arabic-Indic Digits U+06F0 | Editorial Symbols, New Testament U+2E00 | egressive airflow U+2191 | EIGHTH NOTE U+266A | EIGHTH NOTES, BEAMED U+266B | Eighths, Fractions U+215B | eject media U+23CF | EK ONKAR, GURMUKHI U+0A74 | el salvadorian currency U+20A1 | ELECTRIC ARROW U+2301 | ELECTRICAL INTERSECTION U+23E7 | electrolysis U+21AF | electromotive force U+2130 | Electrotechnical Symbols U+238D | ELEMENT OF U+2208 | ELEMENT OF, NOT AN U+2209 | ELEMENT OF, SMALL U+220A | element, unique U+2129 | Ellipses U+2B2C | ELLIPSIS, DOWN RIGHT DIAGONAL U+22F1 | ELLIPSIS, HORIZONTAL U+2026 | ELLIPSIS, LAO U+0EAF | ELLIPSIS, MIDLINE HORIZONTAL U+22EF | ELLIPSIS, MONGOLIAN U+1801 | ELLIPSIS, UP RIGHT DIAGONAL U+22F0 | ELLIPSIS, VERTICAL U+22EE | elliptic function, weierstrass U+2118 | EM DASH U+2014 | EM QUAD U+2001 | EM SPACE U+2003 | EMBEDDING, LEFT-TO-RIGHT U+202A | EMBEDDING, RIGHT-TO-LEFT U+202B | emf U+2130 | EMPHASIS MARK, ARMENIAN U+055B | Emphasis Marks, Sidelining U+FE45 | EMPHASIS SYMBOL U+2383 | EMPTY SET U+2205 | Empty Sets U+29B0 | EN DASH U+2013 | EN QUAD U+2000 | EN SPACE U+2002 | Enclosed Alphanumerics U+2460 | Enclosed Mathematical Operators U+2295 | ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH, COMBINING U+20E0 | ENCLOSING CIRCLE, COMBINING U+20DD | Enclosing Diacritics U+20DD | ENCLOSING DIAMOND, COMBINING U+20DF | ENCLOSING KEYCAP, COMBINING U+20E3 | ENCLOSING SCREEN, COMBINING U+20E2 | ENCLOSING SQUARE, COMBINING U+20DE | ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE, COMBINING U+20E4 | end U+21F2 | END OF GUARDED AREA U+0097 | end of line U+000A | END OF MEDIUM U+0019 | end of medium, symbol for U+237F | END OF MEDIUM, SYMBOL FOR U+2419 | END OF PROOF U+220E | END OF SELECTED AREA U+0087 | END OF TEXT U+0003 | END OF TEXT, SYMBOL FOR U+2403 | END OF TRANSMISSION U+0004 | END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK U+0017 | END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR U+2417 | end of transmission symbol U+2301 | END OF TRANSMISSION, SYMBOL FOR U+2404 | ENG, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+014B | enn, tamil U+0BFA | enotikon, greek U+203F | ENQUIRY U+0005 | ENQUIRY, SYMBOL FOR U+2405 | enter key U+2324 | ENTER SYMBOL U+2386 | entity ⧜, isotech U+29DC | ENVELOPE U+2709 | eol U+000A | epidaurean acrophonic symbol three U+205D | EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK LUNATE U+03F5 | EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK REVERSED LUNATE U+03F6 | epsilon, latin capital letter U+0190 | epsilon, latin small letter U+025B | epsilon, latin small letter closed U+029A | epsilon, latin small letter closed reversed U+025E | epsilon, reversed straight U+03F6 | epsilon, reversed straight U+220D | epsilon, straight U+03F5 | EQUAL TO ABOVE, COMBINING ALMOST U+034C | equal to by definition U+225C | EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION U+225D | EQUAL TO, ALL U+224C | EQUAL TO, ALMOST U+2248 | EQUAL TO, APPROXIMATELY U+2245 | equal to, approximately U+2257 | EQUAL TO, ASYMPTOTICALLY U+2243 | EQUAL TO, DELTA U+225C | EQUAL TO, GEOMETRICALLY U+2251 | EQUAL TO, GREATER-THAN OR U+2265 | EQUAL TO, LESS-THAN OR U+2264 | EQUAL TO, NOT U+2260 | EQUAL TO, QUESTIONED U+225F | EQUAL TO, RING U+2257 | EQUAL TO, RING IN U+2256 | Equality and Inequality Signs U+2243 | Equality and Inequality Signs U+22D5 | EQUALS COLON U+2255 | EQUALS SIGN U+003D | EQUALS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING U+0347 | EQUALS, CIRCLED U+229C | EQUALS, COLON U+2254 | equals, nearly U+2252 | EQUALS, REVERSED TILDE U+22CD | EQUALS, STAR U+225B | equiangular U+225C | EQUIANGULAR TO U+225A | EQUIVALENT TO U+224D | EQUIVALENT TO, GEOMETRICALLY U+224E | EQUIVALENT TO, STRICTLY U+2263 | equivalent, tautological U+29E6 | Era Names, Japanese U+337B | ERASE TO THE LEFT U+232B | ERASE TO THE RIGHT U+2326 | error U+212F | Error Bar Symbols U+29EE | ESCAPE U+001B | escape U+238B | ESCAPE, DATA LINK U+0010 | ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR U+241B | ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR DATA LINK U+2410 | escudo U+0024 | ESH LOOP, LATIN LETTER REVERSED U+01AA | ESH, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01A9 | ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0283 | ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER SQUAT REVERSED U+0285 | ESTIMATED SYMBOL U+212E | ESTIMATES U+2259 | eszett U+00DF | ET, TIRONIAN SIGN U+204A | ETH, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D0 | ETH, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D06 | ETH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F0 | ethel U+0153 | ETHIOPIC COLON U+1365 | ETHIOPIC COMMA U+1363 | Ethiopic Digits U+1369 | Ethiopic Extended U+2D80 | ETHIOPIC FULL STOP U+1362 | Ethiopic Numbers U+1369 | ETHIOPIC PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR U+1368 | ETHIOPIC PREFACE COLON U+1366 | Ethiopic Punctuation U+1361 | ETHIOPIC QUESTION MARK U+1367 | ETHIOPIC SEMICOLON U+1364 | Ethiopic Supplement U+1380 | Ethiopic Syllables U+1200 | ETHIOPIC WORDSPACE U+1361 | EULER CONSTANT U+2107 | euro european currency U+20AC | EURO SIGN U+20AC | European Latin U+0100 | european paragraph sign U+00A7 | european section sign U+00B6 | EXCESS U+2239 | EXCLAMATION MARK U+0021 | EXCLAMATION MARK ORNAMENT, HEAVY U+2762 | EXCLAMATION MARK, ARMENIAN U+055C | EXCLAMATION MARK, DOUBLE U+203C | EXCLAMATION MARK, INVERTED U+00A1 | exclamation mark, latin letter U+01C3 | EXCLAMATION MARK, LIMBU U+1944 | EXCLAMATION MARK, QUESTION U+2048 | EXCLAMATION QUESTION MARK U+2049 | EXIST, THERE DOES NOT U+2204 | existential quantifier U+2203 | EXISTS, THERE U+2203 | exponent, natural U+212F | Extensions for Ainu, Katakana U+31F0 | EZH REVERSED, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01B9 | EZH WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01EF | EZH, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01B7 | EZH, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D23 | EZH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0292


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/f.htm

Description Unicode Value F WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E1F | F WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0192 | f, latin small letter script U+0192 | F, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2131 | F, TURNED CAPITAL U+2132 | F, TURNED SMALL U+214E | FACE, BLACK SMILING U+263B | FACE, POSTAL MARK U+3020 | FACE, WHITE FROWNING U+2639 | FACE, WHITE SMILING U+263A | FACSIMILE SIGN U+213B | factorial U+0021 | FAHRENHEIT, DEGREE U+2109 | fast cursor down U+21A1 | fast cursor left U+219E | fast cursor right U+21A0 | fast cursor up U+219F | feet U+2032 | FEMALE SIGN U+2640 | FEMININE ORDINAL INDICATOR U+00AA | FENCE, DOTTED U+2999 | Fences U+2999 | Fences, Wiggly U+29D8 | FERMATA, COMBINING U+0352 | ff U+000C | Fifths, Fractions U+2155 | FIGURE DASH U+2012 | FIGURE SPACE U+2007 | file separator U+001C | FILE SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR U+241C | FILL SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC HALF U+303F | FILLER, HANGUL U+3164 | Finger Dingbats, Pointing Index U+261A | finite function U+21FB | finite function diacritic U+20E6 | finite injection U+2915 | finite relation U+21FC | finite surjection U+2901 | finite surjective injection U+2918 | FIRST QUARTER MOON U+263D | Fish Tails U+297C | FISHEYE U+25C9 | fist U+261E | FIVE DOT PUNCTUATION U+2059 | FLAG, BLACK U+2691 | FLAG, WHITE U+2690 | FLAT SIGN, MUSIC U+266D | FLATNESS U+23E5 | FLEUR-DE-LIS U+269C | FLOOR, LEFT U+230A | FLOOR, RIGHT U+230B | FLORAL HEART BULLET, REVERSED ROTATED U+2619 | florin currency symbol U+0192 | folder U+0192 | FONGMAN, THAI CHARACTER U+0E4F | FOR ALL U+2200 | FORCES U+22A9 | Forfeda Supplement, Ogham U+1695 | Forks U+2AD9 | Form and Chart Components U+2500 | FORM FEED U+000C | form feed U+21A1 | FORM FEED, SYMBOL FOR U+240C | Format Characters U+200C | Format Characters, Directional U+202A | Format Controls, Mongolian U+180B | FORMATTING, POP DIRECTIONAL U+202C | forward arrow indicator U+25BB | forward difference U+2206 | FOUR DOT MARK U+205B | FOUR DOT PUNCTUATION U+2058 | FOUR DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING U+20DC | FOUR DOTS, MONGOLIAN U+1805 | FOUR DOTS, VERTICAL U+205E | FOUR-PER-EM SPACE U+2005 | | fourth derivative U+20DC | FOURTH ROOT U+221C | fourth tone, mandarin chinese U+02CB | Fourths, Fractions U+00BC | FRACTION NUMERATOR ONE U+215F | FRACTION ONE HALF, VULGAR U+00BD | FRACTION ONE QUARTER, VULGAR U+00BC | FRACTION SLASH U+2044 | FRACTION THREE QUARTERS, VULGAR U+00BE | Fractions Eighths U+215B | Fractions Fifths U+2155 | Fractions Fourths U+00BC | Fractions Quarters U+00BC | Fractions Sixths U+2159 | Fractions Thirds U+2153 | Fractions, Vulgar U+2153 | | framus, white U+29D6 | FRANC SIGN, FRENCH U+20A3 | FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL VOICED U+0295 | FROWN U+2322 | FROWNING FACE, WHITE U+2639 | FULL BLOCK U+2588 | FULL STOP U+002E | FULL STOP, ARABIC U+06D4 | FULL STOP, ARMENIAN U+0589 | FULL STOP, CANADIAN SYLLABICS U+166E | FULL STOP, ETHIOPIC U+1362 | full stop, georgian U+0589 | FULL STOP, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3002 | FULL STOP, MONGOLIAN U+1803 | FULL STOP, MONGOLIAN MANCHU U+1809 | Fullwidth Forms, Halfwidth and U+FF00 | Fullwidth Symbol Variants U+FFE0 | FUNCTION APPLICATION U+2061 | function symbol U+0192 | function, bernoulli U+212C | function, composite U+2218 | function, finite U+21FB | function, gamma U+0393 | function, partial U+21F8 | function, total U+2192 | function, weierstrass elliptic U+2118 | Functional Symbols, APL U+2336 | FUSE U+23DB | fvs1 U+180B


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/g.htm

Description Unicode Value G WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01F5 | G WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+011F | G WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01E7 | G WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0123 | G WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+011D | G WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0121 | G WITH HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0193 | G WITH HOOK, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+029B | G WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0260 | G WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E21 | G WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01E5 | G, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0262 | G, LATIN SMALL LETTER SCRIPT U+0261 | G, SCRIPT SMALL U+210A | G, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL U+2141 | game U+2141 | gamma function U+0393 | GAMMA, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+213E | GAMMA, DOUBLE-STRUCK SMALL U+213D | GAMMA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0194 | GAMMA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0263 | gamma, latin small letter baby U+0264 | GAMMA, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02E0 | GEAR U+2699 | GEMINI U+264A | Gender Symbols U+26A2 | Genealogical Symbols U+26AD | General Punctuation U+2000 | General Scripts Area U+0000 | General Scripts Area, Supplementary U+10000 | generalized intersection U+22C2 | generalized union U+22C3 | GEOMETRIC PROPORTION U+223A | Geometric Shapes U+25A0 | GEOMETRICALLY EQUAL TO U+2251 | GEOMETRICALLY EQUIVALENT TO U+224E | Georgian U+10A0 | Georgian Alphabet U+10D0 | Georgian Capital Letters U+10A0 | georgian comma U+00B7 | Georgian Extensions U+10F1 | georgian full stop U+0589 | Georgian Khutsuri U+10A0 | Georgian Mkhedruli U+10D0 | GEORGIAN PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR U+10FB | Georgian Small Letters U+10D0 | Georgian Supplement U+2D00 | german mark pre-wwii U+2133 | GERMAN PENNY SIGN U+20B0 | GETA MARK U+3013 | ghana currency U+20B5 | GIMEL SYMBOL U+2137 | Glagolitic U+2C00 | GLEICH STARK U+29E6 | glottal stop U+02BC | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0241 | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER U+0294 | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER INVERTED U+0296 | glottal stop, latin letter reversed U+0295 | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0242 | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER U+02C0 | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED U+02C1 | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL REVERSED U+02E4 | gnaborretni U+2E18 | Go Markers U+2686 | Golden Numbers, Runic U+16EE | Gothic U+10330 | GRAPHEME JOINER, COMBINING U+034F | Graphic Characters, Terminal U+23B7 | Graphic Characters, Terminal U+2596 | Graphic Pictures for Control Codes U+2400 | Graphics for Control Codes U+237D | Graphics, Quadrant Control Code U+25F0 | GRAVE ACCENT U+0060 | GRAVE ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING U+0316 | GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING U+0300 | GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE U+030F | GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CB | GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW U+02CE | grave accent, spacing U+0060 | grave accent, swedish U+02DF | GRAVE TONE MARK, COMBINING U+0340 | GREATER-THAN OR EQUAL TO U+2265 | GREATER-THAN SIGN U+003E | GREATER-THAN, MUCH U+226B | GREATER-THAN, VERY MUCH U+22D9 | Greek U+0370 | Greek Alphabet U+0391 | greek ano teleia U+00B7 | Greek Archaic Letters U+03D8 | GREEK BETA SYMBOL U+03D0 | Greek Capital Letters U+0391 | greek currency U+20AF | greek dasia U+0314 | greek dialytika U+0308 | GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS, COMBINING U+0344 | greek enotikon U+203F | Greek Extended U+1F00 | greek iota subscript U+0345 | GREEK KORONIS, COMBINING U+0343 | Greek Letters, Double-struck U+213C | GREEK LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL U+03F5 | GREEK LUNATE SIGMA SYMBOL U+03F2 | Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D6A8 | Greek Mathematical Symbols, Bold U+1D6A8 | Greek Mathematical Symbols, Bold Italic U+1D71C | Greek Mathematical Symbols, Italic U+1D6E2 | Greek Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold U+1D756 | Greek Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold Italic U+1D790 | greek middle dot U+00B7 | Greek Musical Notation, Ancient U+1D200 | greek non-spacing iota below U+0345 | Greek Numbers, Ancient U+10140 | greek old testament U+1D516 | greek oxia U+0301 | greek pentonkion U+2059 | GREEK PERISPOMENI, COMBINING U+0342 | GREEK PHI SYMBOL U+03D5 | GREEK PI SYMBOL U+03D6 | greek psili U+0313 | Greek Punctuation and Signs U+0374 | greek question mark U+003B | GREEK QUESTION MARK U+037E | GREEK REVERSED LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL U+03F6 | greek rough breathing mark U+0314 | GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA, TURNED U+2129 | greek small letter lunate sigma U+03F2 | GREEK SMALL LETTER PI U+03C0 | Greek Small Letters U+03B1 | greek smooth breathing mark U+0313 | Greek Textual Symbols, Ancient U+2E0E | GREEK THETA SYMBOL U+03D1 | greek tonos U+0301 | greek varia U+0300 | Greek Variant Letterforms U+03D0 | greek vrachy U+0306 | GREEK YPOGEGRAMMENI, COMBINING U+0345 | Greek, Diacritics for U+0342 | Greek, Precomposed Polytonic U+1F00 | GROUND, EARTH U+23DA | group lock U+21F0 | group separator U+001D | GROUP SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR U+241D | GUARANI SIGN U+20B2 | GUARDED AREA, END OF U+0097 | GUARDED AREA, START OF U+0096 | guillemet, left pointing U+00AB | guillemet, left pointing single U+2039 | guillemet, right pointing U+00BB | guillemet, right pointing single U+203A | Gujarati U+0A80 | Gujarati Consonants U+0A95 | Gujarati Dependent Vowel Signs U+0ABE | Gujarati Digits U+0AE6 | Gujarati Independent Vowels U+0A85 | GUJARATI RUPEE SIGN U+0AF1 | Gurmukhi U+0A00 | GURMUKHI ADDAK U+0A71 | Gurmukhi Consonants U+0A15 | Gurmukhi Dependent Vowel Signs U+0A3E | Gurmukhi Digits U+0A66 | GURMUKHI EK ONKAR U+0A74 | Gurmukhi Independent Vowels U+0A05 | gurmukhi khanda U+262C | GURMUKHI TIPPI U+0A70


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/h.htm

Description Unicode Value H WITH BREVE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E2B | H WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+021F | H WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E29 | H WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0125 | H WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E27 | H WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E23 | H WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E25 | H WITH FISHHOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+02AE | H WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0266 | H WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E96 | H WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0127 | H, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL U+210C | H, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036A | H, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+210D | H, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+029C | H, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0265 | H, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B0 | H, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+210B | hacek, combining U+030C | hacek, modifier letter U+02C7 | HAIR SPACE U+200A | halant U+094D | HALANTA, TIBETAN MARK U+0F84 | HALF FILL SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC U+303F | HALF INTEGRAL, BOTTOM U+2321 | HALF INTEGRAL, TOP U+2320 | Half Marks, Combining U+FE20 | HALF RING ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT U+0351 | HALF RING ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT U+0357 | HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+031C | HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT U+0339 | HALF RING, ARMENIAN MODIFIER LETTER LEFT U+0559 | half ring, armenian modifier letter right U+055A | HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER CENTRED LEFT U+02D3 | HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER LEFT U+02BF | HALF TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER U+02D1 | HALF, VULGAR FRACTION ONE U+00BD | Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms U+FF00 | Halfwidth Japanese Katakana Variants U+FF61 | Halfwidth Korean Hangul Variants U+FFA0 | Halfwidth Symbol Variants U+FFE8 | hamilton operator U+25BD | HAMMER AND PICK U+2692 | HAMMER AND SICKLE U+262D | hamzah on ha, arabic letter U+06C0 | Han Ideographs U+4E00 | han-daku-on, combining japanese U+309A | han-daku-on, japanese U+309C | Hand Symbols, Pointing U+261A | HAND, VICTORY U+270C | HAND, WRITING U+270D | Hangul Archaic Letters, Korean U+3165 | HANGUL CHOSEONG FILLER U+115F | Hangul Compatibility Jamo, Korean U+3130 | Hangul Elements, Circled Korean U+3260 | Hangul Elements, Parenthesized Korean U+3200 | HANGUL FILLER U+3164 | Hangul Jamo Combining Alphabet, Korean U+1100 | HANGUL JUNGSEONG FILLER U+1160 | Hangul Syllables Area, Korean U+AC00 | Hangul Syllables, Circled Korean U+326E | Hangul Syllables, Parenthesized Korean U+320E | Hangul Variants, Halfwidth Korean U+FFA0 | Hangzhou Numerals U+3021 | Hanunoo U+1720 | Harakat, Arabic U+064B | harbor symbol U+2693 | HARPOON ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT U+20D0 | HARPOON ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT U+20D1 | HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS, COMBINING LEFTWARDS U+20ED | HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS, COMBINING RIGHTWARDS U+20EC | Harpoons U+21BC | Harpoons, Miscellaneous U+294A | hartsakan nshan, armenian U+055E | hasant, bengali U+09CD | HASANTA, SYLOTI NAGRI SIGN U+A806 | hash U+0023 | hat U+0302 | hat U+2229 | | Hazard Dingbats U+2620 | Head Marks, Tibetan U+0F01 | HEADING, START OF U+0001 | HEADING, SYMBOL FOR START OF U+2401 | HEART BULLET, REVERSED ROTATED FLORAL U+2619 | Heart Dingbats U+2763 | Heart Ornaments U+2763 | HEAVY BALLOT X U+2718 | HEAVY CHECK MARK U+2714 | HEAVY EXCLAMATION MARK ORNAMENT U+2762 | HEAVY MULTIPLICATION X U+2716 | HEAVY SPARKLE U+2748 | Hebrew U+0590 | Hebrew Alphabet U+05D0 | Hebrew Cantillation Marks U+0591 | Hebrew Letterlike Mathematical Symbols U+2135 | Hebrew Points and Punctuation U+05B0 | Hebrew Presentation Forms U+FB1D | hedera U+2767 | HEH WITH YEH ABOVE, ARABIC LETTER U+06C0 | HELM SYMBOL U+2388 | HERMES, STAFF OF U+269A | HERMITIAN CONJUGATE MATRIX U+22B9 | Hexagram Symbols, Yijing / I Ching U+4DC0 | | HIGH VOLTAGE SIGN U+26A1 | HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE U+201F | HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE U+201B | higher rank than U+227B | hilbert space U+210C | Hiragana U+3040 | HIRAGANA ITERATION MARK U+309D | HIRAGANA LETTER SMALL KA U+3095 | HIRAGANA LETTER SMALL KE U+3096 | Hiragana Supplement U+3095 | HIRAGANA VOICED ITERATION MARK U+309E | histogram marker U+25AE | holler U+2365 | home U+21B8 | home U+21F1 | HOMOTHETIC U+223B | HOMOTHETIC ABOVE, COMBINING U+034B | Honorifics, Arabic U+0610 | HOOK ABOVE, COMBINING U+0309 | HOOK BELOW, COMBINING PALATALIZED U+0321 | HOOK BELOW, COMBINING RETROFLEX U+0322 | HOOK, MODIFIER LETTER RHOTIC U+02DE | hook, nasal U+0328 | hoot U+2364 | HORIZONTAL BAR U+2015 | HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS U+2026 | HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS, MIDLINE U+22EF | Horizontal Scan Lines U+23BA | horizontal tabulation U+0009 | HORIZONTAL TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR U+2409 | HORN, COMBINING U+031B | HOT BEVERAGE U+2615 | HOT SPRINGS U+2668 | HOURGLASS U+231B | HOURGLASS, BLACK U+29D7 | Hours, Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for U+3358 | HOUSE U+2302 | HRYVNIA SIGN U+20B4 | ht U+0009 | HV, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0195 | HWAIR, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01F6 | HYPHEN U+2010 | HYPHEN BULLET U+2043 | hyphen or minus sign U+002D | HYPHEN, ARMENIAN U+058A | hyphen, discretionary U+00AD | HYPHEN, KATAKANA-HIRAGANA DOUBLE U+30A0 | HYPHEN, MONGOLIAN TODO SOFT U+1806 | HYPHEN, NON-BREAKING U+2011 | hyphen, papyrological U+035C | HYPHEN, SOFT U+00AD | HYPHEN-MINUS U+002D | HYPHENATION POINT U+2027 | hyphus U+002D | HYSTERESIS SYMBOL U+238E


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/i.htm

Description Unicode Value i bar, latin capital letter U+0197 | I Ching / Yijing Hexagram Symbols U+4DC0 | I Ching / Yijing Monogram and Digram Symbols U+268A | | i dot, latin capital letter U+0130 | I WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CD | I WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00ED | I WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+012D | I WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01D0 | I WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CE | I WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00EE | I WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CF | I WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00EF | I WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0130 | I WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1ECB | I WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0209 | I WITH GRAVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00CC | I WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00EC | I WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EC9 | I WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+020B | I WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+012B | I WITH OGONEK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+012F | I WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0197 | I WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0268 | I WITH TILDE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E2D | I WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0129 | I, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL U+2111 | I, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0365 | I, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL U+2148 | I, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+026A | I, LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS U+0131 | I, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+1D09 | I, LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U+1D62 | I, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2110 | I, SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER U+2071 | IDENTICAL TO U+2261 | IDENTICAL TO, NOT U+2262 | Ideograms, Linear B U+10080 | Ideographic Annotation, Japanese Kanbun U+3190 | IDEOGRAPHIC CLOSING MARK U+3006 | IDEOGRAPHIC COMMA U+3001 | IDEOGRAPHIC FULL STOP U+3002 | IDEOGRAPHIC HALF FILL SPACE U+303F | IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK U+3005 | IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK, VERTICAL U+303B | IDEOGRAPHIC NUMBER ZERO U+3007 | IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE U+3000 | Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for Days U+33E0 | Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for Hours U+3358 | Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for Months U+32C0 | Ideographic Tone Marks U+302A | IDEOGRAPHIC VARIATION INDICATOR U+303E | Ideographs, Circled U+3280 | Ideographs, DPRK Compatibility U+FA70 | Ideographs, Han U+4E00 | Ideographs, JIS X 0213 Compatibility U+FA30 | IDLE, SYMBOL FOR SYNCHRONOUS U+2416 | IDLE, SYNCHRONOUS U+0016 | IMAGE OF U+22B7 | IMAGE OF, SQUARE U+228F | imaginary part U+2111 | implies U+22A2 | inches U+2033 | included in set U+2282 | includes in set U+2283 | incorporated, japanese U+337F | INCREMENT U+2206 | independence U+2AEB | independent U+2ADD | independent, not U+2ADC | Index Finger Dingbats, Pointing U+261A | INDEX, BLACK LEFT POINTING U+261A | INDEX, BLACK RIGHT POINTING U+261B | INDEX, WHITE DOWN POINTING U+261F | INDEX, WHITE LEFT POINTING U+261C | INDEX, WHITE RIGHT POINTING U+261E | INDEX, WHITE UP POINTING U+261D | indian currency U+20A8 | indicator, backward arrow U+25C5 | indicator, forward arrow U+25BB | Inequality Signs, Equality and U+2243 | Inequality Signs, Equality and U+22D5 | INFINITY U+221E | infix bag count U+266F | INFORMATION SEPARATOR FOUR U+001C | INFORMATION SEPARATOR ONE U+001F | INFORMATION SEPARATOR THREE U+001D | INFORMATION SEPARATOR TWO U+001E | INFORMATION SOURCE U+2139 | ingressive airflow U+2193 | injection, finite U+2915 | injection, finite surjective U+2918 | injection, partial U+2914 | injection, surjective U+2917 | injection, total U+21A3 | INSERTION POINT, CARET U+2041 | INSERTION SYMBOL U+2380 | integers U+2124 | INTEGRAL U+222B | INTEGRAL OPERATOR, QUATERNION U+2A16 | Integral Signs U+222B | INTEGRAL, ANTICLOCKWISE CONTOUR U+2233 | INTEGRAL, BOTTOM HALF U+2321 | INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE U+2231 | INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE CONTOUR U+2232 | INTEGRAL, CONTOUR U+222E | integral, counterclockwise contour U+2233 | INTEGRAL, DOUBLE U+222C | integral, lower U+2A1C | integral, riemann U+211B | INTEGRAL, SURFACE U+222F | INTEGRAL, TOP HALF U+2320 | INTEGRAL, TRIPLE U+222D | integral, upper U+2A1B | INTEGRAL, VOLUME U+2230 | Integrals, Summations and U+2A0A | INTEGRATION, ANTICLOCKWISE U+2A11 | integration, counterclockwise U+2A11 | INTERCALATE U+22BA | INTEREST SIGN, PLACE OF U+2318 | INTERIOR PRODUCT U+2A3C | INTERIOR PRODUCT, RIGHTHAND U+2A3D | interleave U+2AF4 | Interlinear Annotation U+FFF9 | INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION ANCHOR U+FFF9 | INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION SEPARATOR U+FFFA | INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION TERMINATOR U+FFFB | INTERROBANG U+203D | INTERROBANG, INVERTED U+2E18 | interrupt U+238A | INTERSECTION U+2229 | INTERSECTION, DOUBLE U+22D2 | INTERSECTION, ELECTRICAL U+23E7 | intersection, generalized U+22C2 | INTERSECTION, N-ARY U+22C2 | intersection, proper U+22D4 | Intersections and Unions U+2A40 | INTERSYLLABIC TSHEG, TIBETAN MARK U+0F0B | INTRODUCER, CONTROL SEQUENCE U+009B | INTRODUCER, SINGLE CHARACTER U+009A | Inverse Numbers, Circled U+2776 | INVERTED BREVE BELOW, COMBINING U+032F | INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING U+0311 | INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+0361 | INVERTED BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING U+033A | INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH BELOW, COMBINING U+032B | INVERTED EXCLAMATION MARK U+00A1 | INVERTED GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER U+0296 | INVERTED INTERROBANG U+2E18 | INVERTED LAZY S U+223E | INVERTED OHM SIGN U+2127 | INVERTED QUESTION MARK U+00BF | INVERTED R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0281 | INVERTED R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+02B6 | INVERTED UNDERTIE U+2054 | invisible comma U+2063 | INVISIBLE PLUS U+2064 | INVISIBLE SEPARATOR U+2063 | INVISIBLE TIMES U+2062 | iota below, greek non-spacing U+0345 | iota subscript, greek U+0345 | IOTA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0196 | IOTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0269 | IOTA, TURNED GREEK SMALL LETTER U+2129 | IPA Extensions U+0250 | IPA, Diacritics for U+0346 | iranian currency U+FDFC | irish punt U+00A3 | isotech entity ⧜ U+29DC | israeli currency U+20AA | ISSHAR, BENGALI U+09FA | ISSHAR, ORIYA U+0B70 | italian currency U+20A4 | italian lira U+00A3 | Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D6E2 | Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols, Bold U+1D71C | Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold U+1D790 | Italic Mathematical Symbols U+1D434 | Italic Mathematical Symbols, Bold U+1D468 | Italic Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D608 | Italic Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold U+1D63C | Italic, Old U+10300 | ITC Zapf Dingbats Series 100 U+2700 | ITERATION MARK, HIRAGANA U+309D | ITERATION MARK, HIRAGANA VOICED U+309E | ITERATION MARK, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3005 | ITERATION MARK, KATAKANA U+30FD | ITERATION MARK, KATAKANA VOICED U+30FE | ITERATION MARK, VERTICAL IDEOGRAPHIC U+303B | ivy leaf U+2767 | izafet U+06C0


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/j.htm

Description Unicode Value J WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01F0 | J WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0135 | J WITH CROSSED-TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+029D | J WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0248 | J WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0249 | J WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS U+025F | J, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL U+2149 | J, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0A | J, LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS U+0237 | J, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B2 | jack U+2749 | Jamo Combining Alphabet, Korean Hangul U+1100 | Jamo, Korean Hangul Compatibility U+3130 | japanese bullet, tainome U+25C9 | Japanese Chess Symbols U+2616 | Japanese Era Names U+337B | Japanese Hiragana U+3040 | japanese incorporated U+337F | JAPANESE INDUSTRIAL STANDARD SYMBOL U+3004 | Japanese Kanbun Ideographic Annotation U+3190 | Japanese Katakana U+30A0 | Japanese Katakana Variants, Halfwidth U+FF61 | Japanese Katakana Words, Squared U+3300 | Japanese Katakana, Circled U+32D0 | japanese kome U+203B | JERUSALEM, CROSS OF U+2629 | jis composition circle U+20DD | JIS X 0213 Compatibility Ideographs U+FA30 | JOIN U+2A1D | JOINER, COMBINING GRAPHEME U+034F | JOINER, WORD U+2060 | JOINER, ZERO WIDTH U+200D | jolly roger U+2620 | jot, apl U+2218 | JUPITER U+2643 | jurisprudence symbol U+2696


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/k.htm

Description Unicode Value K WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E31 | K WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01E9 | K WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0137 | K WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E33 | K WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0199 | K WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E35 | K, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0B | K, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+029E | KA, HIRAGANA LETTER SMALL U+3095 | kabusiki-gaisya U+337F | Kana Repeat Marks U+3031 | Kanbun Ideographic Annotation, Japanese U+3190 | Kannada U+0C80 | Kannada Consonants U+0C95 | Kannada Dependent Vowel Signs U+0CBE | Kannada Digits U+0CE6 | Kannada Independent Vowels U+0C85 | kashida, arabic U+0640 | Katakana U+30A0 | KATAKANA DIGRAPH KOTO U+30FF | Katakana Extensions for Ainu U+31F0 | KATAKANA ITERATION MARK U+30FD | KATAKANA MIDDLE DOT U+30FB | Katakana Phonetic Extensions U+31F0 | Katakana Variants, Halfwidth Japanese U+FF61 | KATAKANA VOICED ITERATION MARK U+30FE | Katakana Words, Squared U+3300 | Katakana, Circled U+32D0 | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA DOUBLE HYPHEN U+30A0 | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA PROLONGED SOUND MARK U+30FC | Kayah Li U+A900 | KELVIN SIGN U+212A | ket U+27E9 | key, clear U+2327 | key, command U+2318 | key, delete to the left U+232B | key, delete to the right U+2326 | key, enter U+2324 | KEY, OPTION U+2325 | KEYBOARD U+2328 | keyboard symbol for no break space U+237D | Keyboard Symbols U+21E6 | Keyboard Symbols U+2324 | Keyboard Symbols U+2380 | Keyboard Symbols U+2396 | KEYCAP, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20E3 | khanda, gurmukhi U+262C | Kharoshthi U+10A00 | Kharoshthi Digits U+10A40 | Khmer U+1780 | khmer anusvara U+17C6 | Khmer Consonants U+1780 | KHMER CURRENCY SYMBOL RIEL U+17DB | Khmer Dependent Vowel Signs U+17B6 | Khmer Digits U+17E0 | Khmer Independent Vowels U+17A5 | Khmer Numeric Symbols for Divination U+17F0 | KHMER SIGN NIKAHIT U+17C6 | KHMER SIGN REAHMUK U+17C7 | Khmer Signs U+17C6 | khmer srak ah U+17C7 | khmer srak am U+17C6 | Khmer Symbols U+19E0 | khmer visarga U+17C7 | KHOMUT, THAI CHARACTER U+0E5B | Khutsuri, Georgian U+10A0 | killer, myanmar U+1039 | KIP SIGN U+20AD | kissen U+2311 | kome, japanese U+203B | Komi Letters U+0500 | Koranic Annotation Signs, Arabic U+06D6 | Korean Combining Alphabet U+1100 | korean currency U+20A9 | Korean Hangul Archaic Letters U+3165 | Korean Hangul Compatibility Jamo U+3130 | Korean Hangul Elements, Circled U+3260 | Korean Hangul Elements, Parenthesized U+3200 | Korean Hangul Jamo Combining Alphabet U+1100 | Korean Hangul Syllables U+AC00 | Korean Hangul Syllables, Circled U+326E | Korean Hangul Syllables, Parenthesized U+320E | Korean Hangul Variants, Halfwidth U+FFA0 | KOREAN STANDARD SYMBOL U+327F | KORONIS, COMBINING GREEK U+0343 | KOTO, KATAKANA DIGRAPH U+30FF | KRA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0138


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/l.htm

Description Unicode Value L B BAR SYMBOL U+2114 | L WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+013A | L WITH BAR, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+023D | L WITH BAR, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+019A | L WITH BELT, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+026C | L WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+013E | L WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+013C | L WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E3D | L WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0234 | L WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E37 | L WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E3B | L WITH MIDDLE DOT, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0140 | L WITH MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+026B | L WITH RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+026D | L WITH STROKE, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0C | L WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0142 | L, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+029F | L, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02E1 | L, REVERSED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL U+2143 | L, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2112 | L, SCRIPT SMALL U+2113 | L, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL U+2142 | lambda bar, latin letter U+019B | LANGUAGE TAG U+E0001 | Lao U+0E80 | LAO CANCELLATION MARK U+0ECC | Lao Consonants U+0E81 | Lao Digits U+0ED0 | LAO ELLIPSIS U+0EAF | Lao Marks and Signs U+0EC8 | LAO NIGGAHITA U+0ECD | Lao Vowels U+0EB0 | laotian currency U+20AD | laplace operator U+2206 | laplace transform U+2112 | large bowtie U+2A1D | LARGE CIRCLE U+25EF | Large Operators U+29F8 | LAST QUARTER MOON U+263E | LATERAL CLICK, LATIN LETTER U+01C1 | Latin Abbreviations, Squared U+3371 | Latin Abbreviations, Squared U+3380 | LATIN CROSS U+271D | Latin Extended Additional U+1E00 | Latin Extended-A U+0100 | Latin Extended-B U+0180 | Latin Extended-C U+2C60 | Latin Extended-D U+A720 | Latin Extensions U+1D00 | LATIN LETTER AIN U+1D25 | LATIN LETTER ALVEOLAR CLICK U+01C2 | LATIN LETTER BIDENTAL PERCUSSIVE U+02AD | | latin letter bullseye U+0298 | LATIN LETTER DENTAL CLICK U+01C0 | latin letter exclamation mark U+01C3 | LATIN LETTER GLOTTAL STOP U+0294 | LATIN LETTER INVERTED GLOTTAL STOP U+0296 | latin letter lambda bar U+019B | LATIN LETTER LATERAL CLICK U+01C1 | LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL VOICED FRICATIVE U+0295 | LATIN LETTER RETROFLEX CLICK U+01C3 | LATIN LETTER REVERSED ESH LOOP U+01AA | latin letter reversed glottal stop U+0295 | LATIN LETTER STRETCHED C U+0297 | LATIN LETTER VOICED LARYNGEAL SPIRANT U+1D24 | LATIN LETTER WYNN U+01BF | LATIN LETTER YR U+01A6 | Latin Letters, Circled U+24B6 | Latin Letters, Parenthesized U+249C | Latin Letters, Phonetic Modifiers Derived from U+02B0 | Latin Lowercase Alphabet U+0061 | LATIN SMALL LETTER AE U+00E6 | LATIN SMALL LETTER ALPHA U+0251 | latin small letter baby gamma U+0264 | latin small letter closed epsilon U+029A | LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED OMEGA U+0277 | latin small letter closed reversed epsilon U+025E | LATIN SMALL LETTER DB DIGRAPH U+0238 | LATIN SMALL LETTER ENG U+014B | latin small letter epsilon U+025B | LATIN SMALL LETTER ESH U+0283 | LATIN SMALL LETTER ETH U+00F0 | LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH U+0292 | LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH REVERSED U+01B9 | LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH WITH CARON U+01EF | LATIN SMALL LETTER GAMMA U+0263 | LATIN SMALL LETTER GLOTTAL STOP U+0242 | LATIN SMALL LETTER HV U+0195 | LATIN SMALL LETTER IOTA U+0269 | LATIN SMALL LETTER KRA U+0138 | LATIN SMALL LETTER LEZH U+026E | LATIN SMALL LETTER OI U+01A3 | LATIN SMALL LETTER OU U+0223 | LATIN SMALL LETTER PHI U+0278 | LATIN SMALL LETTER QP DIGRAPH U+0239 | LATIN SMALL LETTER RAMS HORN U+0264 | LATIN SMALL LETTER SCHWA U+0259 | LATIN SMALL LETTER SQUAT REVERSED ESH U+0285 | LATIN SMALL LETTER THORN U+00FE | LATIN SMALL LETTER TONE SIX U+0185 | LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED AE U+1D02 | LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED ALPHA U+0252 | LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED DELTA U+018D | LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED OE U+1D14 | LATIN SMALL LETTER UPSILON U+028A | LATIN SMALL LETTER YOGH U+021D | Latin Small Letters U+0061 | Latin Small Letters, Combining U+0363 | Latin Superscript Modifier Letters U+02B0 | Latin Uppercase Alphabet U+0041 | Latin, Basic U+0000 | Latin, European U+0100 | Latin-1 Punctuation and Symbols U+00A0 | Latin-1 Supplement U+00A0 | lazy s U+223D | LAZY S, INVERTED U+223E | LEADER, ONE DOT U+2024 | leader, three dot U+2026 | LEADER, TWO DOT U+2025 | leaf, aldus U+2766 | leaf, ivy U+2767 | left abstract syntax bracket U+301A | LEFT ANGLE ABOVE, COMBINING U+031A | LEFT ANGLE BELOW, COMBINING U+0349 | LEFT ANGLE BRACKET U+3008 | LEFT ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL U+27E8 | LEFT ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D6 | LEFT ARROW BELOW, COMBINING U+20EE | LEFT ARROWHEAD BELOW, COMBINING U+0354 | left bag bracket U+27E6 | LEFT BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET U+3010 | LEFT CEILING U+2308 | left chevron bracket U+27EA | LEFT CORNER BRACKET U+300C | LEFT CURLY BRACKET U+007B | LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET U+300A | LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL U+27EA | LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK U+201C | LEFT FLOOR U+230A | LEFT HALF RING ABOVE, COMBINING U+0351 | LEFT HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING U+031C | LEFT HALF RING, ARMENIAN MODIFIER LETTER U+0559 | LEFT HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER U+02BF | LEFT HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER CENTRED U+02D3 | LEFT HARPOON ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D0 | LEFT HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH U+019D | LEFT HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH U+0272 | left key, delete to the U+232B | | LEFT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT U+22C9 | LEFT PARENTHESIS U+0028 | LEFT PARENTHESIS, ORNATE U+FD3E | left pointing guillemet U+00AB | LEFT POINTING INDEX, BLACK U+261A | LEFT POINTING INDEX, WHITE U+261C | left pointing single guillemet U+2039 | LEFT RIGHT ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING U+20E1 | LEFT RIGHT ARROW BELOW, COMBINING U+034D | LEFT SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT U+22CB | left sequence bracket U+27E8 | LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK U+2018 | LEFT SQUARE BRACKET U+005B | LEFT SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL U+2045 | LEFT TACK U+22A3 | LEFT TACK BELOW, COMBINING U+0318 | LEFT TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET U+3014 | LEFT WHITE CORNER BRACKET U+300E | LEFT WHITE CURLY BRACKET U+2983 | LEFT WHITE LENTICULAR BRACKET U+3016 | LEFT WHITE PARENTHESIS U+2985 | LEFT WHITE SQUARE BRACKET U+301A | LEFT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET U+3018 | LEFT, ERASE TO THE U+232B | left, fast cursor U+219E | LEFT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET U+2329 | LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE U+2039 | LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK U+00AB | LEFT-TO-RIGHT EMBEDDING U+202A | LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK U+200E | LEFT-TO-RIGHT OVERRIDE U+202D | leftward tab U+21E4 | LEFTWARDS ARROW U+2190 | LEFTWARDS ARROW OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20EA | LEFTWARDS BULLET, BLACK U+204C | LEFTWARDS HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS, COMBINING U+20ED | LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT BLACK U+3010 | LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT WHITE U+3016 | LENTICULAR BRACKET, RIGHT BLACK U+3011 | LENTICULAR BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE U+3017 | LEO U+264C | Lepcha U+1C00 | LESS-THAN OR EQUAL TO U+2264 | LESS-THAN SIGN U+003C | LESS-THAN, MUCH U+226A | LESS-THAN, VERY MUCH U+22D8 | Letterlike Mathematical Symbols, Hebrew U+2135 | Letterlike Symbols U+2100 | level 2 lock U+21EB | level 3 lock U+21EF | level 3 select U+21EE | LEZH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+026E | lf U+000A | lgroup U+27EE | LIBRA U+264E | | LIGHTNING U+2607 | Limbu U+1900 | Limbu Digits U+1946 | LIMBU EXCLAMATION MARK U+1944 | LIMBU QUESTION MARK U+1945 | Limbu Signs U+1939 | LIMIT, APPROACHES THE U+2250 | LINE ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL U+030E | LINE ABOVE, COMBINING VERTICAL U+030D | LINE BACKWARD, PARTIAL U+008C | LINE BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL U+0348 | LINE BELOW, COMBINING VERTICAL U+0329 | LINE FEED U+000A | line feed U+21B4 | LINE FEED, REVERSE U+008D | LINE FEED, SYMBOL FOR U+240A | LINE FORWARD, PARTIAL U+008B | line marker U+2319 | Line Operators, Vertical U+2AEE | LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG VERTICAL U+20D2 | LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL U+20D3 | LINE SEPARATOR U+2028 | LINE SYMBOL, CENTRE U+2104 | LINE TABULATION U+000B | LINE TABULATION SET U+008A | LINE WITH MIDDLE DOT, VERTICAL U+237F | line, beginning of U+2310 | LINE, CENTRELINE LOW U+FE4E | LINE, COMBINING DOUBLE LOW U+0333 | LINE, COMBINING LOW U+0332 | LINE, DASHED LOW U+FE4D | LINE, DOUBLE LOW U+2017 | LINE, DOUBLE VERTICAL U+2016 | line, end of U+000A | LINE, LOW U+005F | LINE, MODIFIER LETTER LOW VERTICAL U+02CC | LINE, MODIFIER LETTER VERTICAL U+02C8 | line, new U+000A | LINE, NEXT U+0085 | LINE, PROPERTY U+214A | LINE, VERTICAL U+007C | LINE, WAVY U+2307 | LINE, WAVY LOW U+FE4F | Linear B Ideograms U+10080 | Linear B Syllabary U+10000 | Lines, Horizontal Scan U+23BA | Lines, Vertical U+2223 | LIRA SIGN U+20A4 | lira, italian U+00A3 | lira, turkish U+00A3 | liter U+2113 | lock, caps U+21EA | lock, caps U+21EC | lock, numerics U+21ED | Logic Operators, Modal U+27D8 | Logic Operators, Modal U+27E0 | LOGICAL AND U+2227 | LOGICAL AND, CURLY U+22CF | LOGICAL AND, N-ARY U+22C0 | Logical Ands and Ors U+2A51 | LOGICAL OR U+2228 | LOGICAL OR, CURLY U+22CE | LOGICAL OR, N-ARY U+22C1 | long U+0304 | Long Arrows U+27F5 | LONG DIVISION U+27CC | long double slash overlay U+20EB | LONG S, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+017F | long slash overlay U+0338 | LONG SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING U+0338 | LONG STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+0336 | LONG VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20D2 | LORRAINE, CROSS OF U+2628 | LOW ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CF | low double comma quotation mark U+201E | LOW DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK U+301F | LOW GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CE | LOW LINE U+005F | LOW LINE, CENTRELINE U+FE4E | LOW LINE, COMBINING U+0332 | LOW LINE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+0333 | LOW LINE, DASHED U+FE4D | LOW LINE, DOUBLE U+2017 | LOW LINE, WAVY U+FE4F | LOW MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CD | low single comma quotation mark U+201A | | LOW VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER U+02CC | LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE U+201E | LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE U+201A | lower integral U+2A1C | lower rank than U+227A | Lowercase Alphabet, Latin U+0061 | LOZENGE U+25CA | LOZENGE, BLACK U+29EB | LOZENGE, SQUARE U+2311 | lre U+202A | lrm U+200E | lro U+202D | LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK U+03F5 | LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK REVERSED U+03F6 | LUNATE SIGMA SYMBOL, GREEK U+03F2 | Lycian U+10280 | Lydian U+10920


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Description Unicode Value M WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E3F | M WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E41 | M WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E43 | M WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0271 | M WITH LONG LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0270 | M, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036B | M, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER TURNED U+019C | M, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0D | M, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS TURNED U+1D1F | M, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+026F | M, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2133 | m-matrix U+2133 | maatham, tamil U+0BF4 | MACRON U+00AF | MACRON BELOW, COMBINING U+0331 | MACRON BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE U+035F | MACRON LEFT HALF, COMBINING U+FE24 | MACRON RIGHT HALF, COMBINING U+FE25 | MACRON, COMBINING U+0304 | MACRON, COMBINING DOUBLE U+035E | MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER U+02C9 | MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER LOW U+02CD | macron, spacing U+00AF | Mahjong Tiles U+1F000 | | MALE SIGN U+2642 | MALTESE CROSS U+2720 | MANCHU COMMA, MONGOLIAN U+1808 | MANCHU FULL STOP, MONGOLIAN U+1809 | mandarin chinese fifth or neutral tone U+02D9 | mandarin chinese first tone U+02C9 | mandarin chinese fourth tone U+02CB | mandarin chinese second tone U+02CA | mandarin chinese third tone U+02C7 | Map Symbols, Dictionary and U+2690 | maplet U+21A6 | maps from U+27FB | maps from U+2906 | maps to U+27FC | maps to U+2905 | maps to U+2907 | mark pre-wwii, german U+2133 | marker, histogram U+25AE | marker, line U+2319 | Markers, Go U+2686 | Marks, Combining Diacritical U+0300 | Marks, Combining Half U+FE20 | MARRIAGE SYMBOL U+26AD | mars U+2642 | MASCULINE ORDINAL INDICATOR U+00BA | MASU MARK U+303C | Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols U+1D400 | Mathematical Brackets U+27E6 | mathematical constant 3.141592... pi U+03C0 | Mathematical Digits Symbols U+1D7CE | Mathematical Operators U+2200 | Mathematical Operators, Dotted U+2234 | Mathematical Operators, Enclosed U+2295 | Mathematical Operators, Supplemental U+2A00 | Mathematical Operators, Tilde U+223B | MATHEMATICAL SPACE, MEDIUM U+205F | Mathematical Symbols U+27C0 | Mathematical Symbols U+2980 | Mathematical Symbols, Black-letter U+1D504 | | Mathematical Symbols, Bold Greek U+1D6A8 | Mathematical Symbols, Bold Italic U+1D468 | Mathematical Symbols, Bold Italic Greek U+1D71C | Mathematical Symbols, Bold Script U+1D4D0 | Mathematical Symbols, Dotless U+1D6A4 | Mathematical Symbols, Double-struck U+1D538 | | Mathematical Symbols, Greek U+1D6A8 | Mathematical Symbols, Hebrew Letterlike U+2135 | Mathematical Symbols, Italic U+1D434 | Mathematical Symbols, Italic Greek U+1D6E2 | Mathematical Symbols, Monospace U+1D670 | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif U+1D5A0 | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold U+1D5D4 | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold Greek U+1D756 | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold Italic U+1D63C | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Bold Italic Greek U+1D790 | Mathematical Symbols, Sans-serif Italic U+1D608 | Mathematical Symbols, Script U+1D49C | Mathematical Symbols-A, Miscellaneous U+27C0 | Mathematical Symbols-B, Miscellaneous U+2980 | MATRIX, HERMITIAN CONJUGATE U+22B9 | MEASURED ANGLE U+2221 | Measured Angles, Angles and U+299B | MEASURED BY U+225E | med avdrag av U+2052 | Medieval Superscript Letter Diacritics U+0363 | Medieval Superscript Letter Diacritics, Latin U+1DD3 | Medievalist Punctuation U+2E2A | MEDIUM BLACK CIRCLE U+26AB | MEDIUM MATHEMATICAL SPACE U+205F | MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE, BLACK U+25FE | MEDIUM SMALL WHITE CIRCLE U+26AC | MEDIUM SQUARE, BLACK U+25FC | MEDIUM WHITE CIRCLE U+26AA | MEDIUM, END OF U+0019 | MEDIUM, SYMBOL FOR END OF U+2419 | MEMBER, CONTAINS AS U+220B | MEMBER, DOES NOT CONTAIN AS U+220C | MEMBER, SMALL CONTAINS AS U+220D | Membership Signs, Set U+2208 | MEMBERSHIP, Z NOTATION BAG U+22FF | MERCURY U+263F | merge U+2A07 | merpadi, tamil U+0BF8 | MESSAGE WAITING U+0095 | MESSAGE, PRIVACY U+009E | Metrical Symbols U+23D1 | mho U+2127 | MICRO SIGN U+00B5 | mid space U+2005 | MIDDLE DOT U+00B7 | middle dot, greek U+00B7 | MIDDLE DOT, KATAKANA U+30FB | MIDDLE DOT, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH U+0140 | MIDDLE DOT, VERTICAL LINE WITH U+237F | MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH U+019F | MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH U+026B | MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS U+22EF | midpoint U+00B7 | MILL SIGN U+20A5 | MILLE SIGN, PER U+2030 | milreis U+0024 | minim U+264F | minim alternate glyph U+264D | mining symbol U+2692 | MINUS SIGN U+2212 | MINUS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING U+0320 | Minus Sign Operators, Plus and U+2A22 | MINUS SIGN, COMMERCIAL U+2052 | minus sign, hyphen or U+002D | MINUS SIGN, MODIFIER LETTER U+02D7 | MINUS TILDE U+2242 | MINUS, CIRCLED U+2296 | MINUS, DOT U+2238 | MINUS, SET U+2216 | MINUS, SQUARED U+229F | MINUS-OR-PLUS SIGN U+2213 | minutes U+2032 | MINY U+29FF | Mkhedruli, Georgian U+10D0 | mmsp U+205F | Modal Logic Operators U+27E0 | MODELS U+22A7 | Modifier Letter Extensions U+1D2C | Modifier Letters, Latin Superscript U+02B0 | Modifier Letters, Spacing U+02B0 | Modifier Tone Letters U+A700 | Modifiers Derived from Latin Letters, Phonetic U+02B0 | Modifiers, Phonetic U+02B9 | Modifiers, UPA U+02EF | Mongolian U+1800 | Mongolian Basic Letters U+1820 | MONGOLIAN BIRGA U+1800 | MONGOLIAN COLON U+1804 | MONGOLIAN COMMA U+1802 | mongolian currency U+20AE | Mongolian Digits U+1810 | MONGOLIAN ELLIPSIS U+1801 | Mongolian Extensions U+1843 | Mongolian Format Controls U+180B | MONGOLIAN FOUR DOTS U+1805 | MONGOLIAN FREE VARIATION SELECTOR ONE U+180B | MONGOLIAN FREE VARIATION SELECTOR THREE U+180D | MONGOLIAN FREE VARIATION SELECTOR TWO U+180C | MONGOLIAN FULL STOP U+1803 | MONGOLIAN MANCHU COMMA U+1808 | MONGOLIAN MANCHU FULL STOP U+1809 | MONGOLIAN NIRUGU U+180A | Mongolian Punctuation U+1800 | MONGOLIAN SIBE SYLLABLE BOUNDARY MARKER U+1807 | MONGOLIAN TODO SOFT HYPHEN U+1806 | MONGOLIAN VOWEL SEPARATOR U+180E | Monogram and Digram Symbols, Yijing / I Ching U+268A | Monospace Digits U+1D7F6 | Monospace Mathematical Symbols U+1D670 | MONOSTABLE SYMBOL U+238D | MONTH SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF4 | Months, Ideographic Telegraph Symbols for U+32C0 | MOON, FIRST QUARTER U+263D | MOON, LAST QUARTER U+263E | most positive U+223E | | MUCH GREATER-THAN U+226B | MUCH GREATER-THAN, VERY U+22D9 | MUCH LESS-THAN U+226A | MUCH LESS-THAN, VERY U+22D8 | MULTIMAP U+22B8 | Multiplication and Division Sign Operators U+2A2F | MULTIPLICATION SIGN U+00D7 | MULTIPLICATION X U+2715 | MULTIPLICATION X, HEAVY U+2716 | MULTIPLICATION, MULTISET U+228D | MULTISET U+228C | MULTISET MULTIPLICATION U+228D | MULTISET UNION U+228E | Music Dingbats U+2669 | MUSIC FLAT SIGN U+266D | MUSIC NATURAL SIGN U+266E | MUSIC SHARP SIGN U+266F | Musical Notation, Ancient Greek U+1D200 | Musical Symbols U+1D100 | Musical Symbols, Balinese U+1B61 | Musical Symbols, Basic U+2669 | Musical Symbols, Byzantine U+1D000 | mutton U+2003 | mutton quad U+2001 | Myanmar U+1000 | Myanmar Consonants U+1000 | Myanmar Dependent Vowel Signs U+102C | Myanmar Digits U+1040 | Myanmar Independent Vowels U+1021 | myanmar killer U+1039 | MYANMAR SIGN VIRAMA U+1039 | Myanmar Signs U+1036


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/n.htm

Description Unicode Value N WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0144 | N WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0148 | N WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0146 | N WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E4B | N WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0235 | N WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E45 | N WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E47 | N WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01F9 | N WITH LEFT HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+019D | N WITH LEFT HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0272 | N WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E49 | N WITH LONG RIGHT LEG, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0220 | N WITH LONG RIGHT LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+019E | N WITH RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0273 | N WITH TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D1 | N WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F1 | N, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+2115 | N, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0274 | N, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL REVERSED U+1D0E | N-ARY COPRODUCT U+2210 | n-ary dijkstra choice U+2AFF | N-ARY INTERSECTION U+22C2 | N-ARY LOGICAL AND U+22C0 | N-ARY LOGICAL OR U+22C1 | N-ary Operators U+22C0 | N-ary Operators U+2A00 | N-ARY PRODUCT U+220F | N-ARY SUMMATION U+2211 | N-ARY SUMMATION, DOUBLE-STRUCK U+2140 | N-ARY TIMES OPERATOR U+2A09 | N-ARY UNION U+22C3 | N-ARY WHITE VERTICAL BAR U+2AFF | naal, tamil U+0BF3 | NABLA U+2207 | NAIRA SIGN U+20A6 | NAND U+22BC | NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE U+202F | nasal hook U+0328 | natural exponent U+212F | natural number U+2115 | NATURAL SIGN, MUSIC U+266E | nbsp U+00A0 | nearly equals U+2252 | necessarily satisfies U+2AF1 | NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE U+0015 | NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR U+2415 | nel U+0085 | NEPTUNE U+2646 | NEUTER U+26B2 | neutral quotation mark U+0022 | neutral single quotation mark U+0027 | neutral tone, mandarin chinese fifth or U+02D9 | new line U+000A | NEW SHEQEL SIGN U+20AA | New Tai Lue U+1980 | New Tai Lue Digits U+19D0 | New Testament Editorial Symbols U+2E00 | new testament majority text U+1D510 | NEWLINE, SYMBOL FOR U+2424 | NEXT LINE U+0085 | NEXT PAGE U+2398 | NIB, BLACK U+2712 | NIB, WHITE U+2711 | nigerian currency U+20A6 | NIGGAHITA, LAO U+0ECD | NIKAHIT, KHMER SIGN U+17C6 | NIKHAHIT, THAI CHARACTER U+0E4D | nim-addition U+2A27 | NIRUGU, MONGOLIAN U+180A | NKo U+07C0 | nl U+000A | nnbsp U+202F | no U+20E0 | NO BREAK HERE U+0083 | no break space, keyboard symbol for U+237D | NO-BREAK SPACE U+00A0 | NO-BREAK SPACE, NARROW U+202F | NO-BREAK SPACE, ZERO WIDTH U+FEFF | NODE, ASCENDING U+260A | NODE, DESCENDING U+260B | NON-BREAKING HYPHEN U+2011 | non-breaking space U+00A0 | NON-JOINER, ZERO WIDTH U+200C | non-spacing iota below, greek U+0345 | non-theorem U+22A3 | Noncharacters U+*FFFE | Noncharacters U+*FFFF | Noncharacters U+FDD* | Noncharacters U+FDE* | NOR U+22BD | NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, LEFT U+22C9 | NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, RIGHT U+22CA | NORMAL SUBGROUP OF U+22B2 | Normal Subgroup Signs U+22EA | NORMAL SUBGROUP, CONTAINS AS U+22B3 | not U+223C | NOT A SUBSET OF U+2284 | NOT A SUPERSET OF U+2285 | NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO U+2249 | NOT AN ELEMENT OF U+2209 | NOT ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO U+2244 | NOT CHECK MARK U+237B | NOT EQUAL TO U+2260 | NOT IDENTICAL TO U+2262 | not independent U+2ADC | NOT PARALLEL TO U+2226 | NOT SIGN U+00AC | NOT SIGN, REVERSED U+2310 | NOT SIGN, TURNED U+2319 | NOT TILDE U+2241 | NOT TILDE ABOVE, COMBINING U+034A | not yield, does U+22A3 | NOTE, EIGHTH U+266A | NOTE, QUARTER U+2669 | NOTES, BEAMED EIGHTH U+266B | NOTES, BEAMED SIXTEENTH U+266C | NUKTA, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+093C | NULL U+0000 | null set U+2205 | NULL, SYMBOL FOR U+2400 | Number Forms U+2150 | NUMBER SIGN U+0023 | NUMBER SIGN, TAMIL U+0BFA | number symbol, real U+210A | NUMBER ZERO, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3007 | number, natural U+2115 | Numbers and Punctuation, Cuneiform U+12400 | Numbers Followed by Period U+2488 | Numbers, Ancient Greek U+10140 | Numbers, Circled U+2460 | Numbers, Circled U+3251 | Numbers, Circled U+32B1 | Numbers, Circled Inverse U+2776 | numbers, complex U+2102 | Numbers, Double Circled U+24F5 | Numbers, Ethiopic U+1369 | Numbers, Parenthesized U+2474 | numbers, rational U+211A | numbers, real U+211D | Numbers, Runic Golden U+16EE | Numbers, Tamil U+0BE7 | Numbers, White on Black Circled U+24EB | Numerals, Hangzhou U+3021 | Numerals, Old Italic U+10320 | Numerals, Roman U+2160 | Numerals, Suzhou U+3021 | NUMERATOR ONE, FRACTION U+215F | Numeric Symbols for Divination, Khmer U+17F0 | numerics lock U+21ED | NUMERO SIGN U+2116 | nut U+2002


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/o.htm

Description Unicode Value o bar, latin capital letter U+019F | o bar, latin small letter U+0275 | o e, latin small letter U+0153 | o slash, latin capital letter U+00D8 | o slash, latin small letter U+00F8 | O WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D3 | O WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F3 | O WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+014F | O WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01D2 | O WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D4 | O WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F4 | O WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D6 | O WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F6 | O WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+022F | O WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1ECD | O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0151 | O WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+020D | O WITH GRAVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D2 | O WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F2 | O WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1ECF | O WITH HORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01A1 | O WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+020F | O WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+014D | O WITH MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+019F | O WITH OGONEK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01EB | O WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D8 | O WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F8 | O WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS U+1D13 | O WITH TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D5 | O WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F5 | O, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0366 | o, latin capital letter barred U+019F | O, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN U+0186 | O, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0F | O, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL OPEN U+1D10 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER BARRED U+0275 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER BOTTOM HALF U+1D17 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN U+0254 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS U+1D11 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS OPEN U+1D12 | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER TOP HALF U+1D16 | O, SCRIPT SMALL U+2134 | OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER U+FFFC | OCR, Optical Character Recognition U+2440 | octothorpe U+0023 | OE, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0276 | OE, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+1D14 | Ogham U+1680 | Ogham Forfeda Supplement U+1695 | Ogham Punctuation U+169B | OGHAM SPACE MARK U+1680 | Ogham Traditional Letters U+1681 | OGONEK U+02DB | OGONEK, COMBINING U+0328 | OHM SIGN U+2126 | OHM SIGN, INVERTED U+2127 | OI, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01A3 | Ol Chiki U+1C50 | Old Italic U+10300 | Old Persian U+103A0 | old testament, greek U+1D516 | OM, DEVANAGARI U+0950 | OM, TIBETAN SYLLABLE U+0F00 | omega pi U+03D6 | OMEGA, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED U+0277 | ONE DOT LEADER U+2024 | ONE HALF, VULGAR FRACTION U+00BD | ONE QUARTER, VULGAR FRACTION U+00BC | ONE, FRACTION NUMERATOR U+215F | ONE, SUPERSCRIPT U+00B9 | OPEN BOX U+2423 | OPEN BOX, SHOULDERED U+237D | OPEN E WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED U+025D | OPEN E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0190 | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+025B | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED U+029A | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED REVERSED U+025E | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED U+025C | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+1D08 | OPEN O, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0186 | OPEN O, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D10 | OPEN O, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0254 | OPEN O, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS U+1D12 | opening brace U+007B | opening curly bracket U+007B | opening parenthesis U+0028 | opening square bracket U+005B | OPERATING SYSTEM COMMAND U+009D | Operators Supplement, Mathematical U+2A00 | Operators, Database Theory U+27D5 | Operators, Dotted Mathematical U+2234 | Operators, Double U+22D0 | Operators, Enclosed Mathematical U+2295 | Operators, Invisible U+2061 | Operators, Large U+29F8 | Operators, Mathematical U+2200 | Operators, Modal Logic U+27E0 | Operators, Multiplication and Division Sign U+2A2F | Operators, N-ary U+22C0 | Operators, N-ary U+2A00 | Operators, Plus and Minus Sign U+2A22 | Operators, Relational U+29E3 | Operators, Specialized Plus Sign U+29FA | Operators, Supplemental Mathematical U+2A00 | Operators, Tilde Mathematical U+223B | Operators, Vertical Line U+2AEE | OPPOSITION U+260D | Optical Character Recognition, OCR U+2440 | OPTION KEY U+2325 | OR, CURLY LOGICAL U+22CE | OR, DOUBLE LOGICAL U+2A54 | OR, LOGICAL U+2228 | OR, N-ARY LOGICAL U+22C1 | order U+2134 | Order Relation Precedence Signs U+227A | Order Relation Precedence Signs U+22DE | ORDINAL INDICATOR, FEMININE U+00AA | ORDINAL INDICATOR, MASCULINE U+00BA | ordinarily satisfies U+2AE2 | Ordinary Diacritics U+0300 | ORIGIN, DIMENSION U+2331 | ORIGINAL OF U+22B6 | ORIGINAL OF, SQUARE U+2290 | Oriya U+0B00 | Oriya Consonants U+0B15 | Oriya Dependent Vowel Signs U+0B3E | Oriya Digits U+0B66 | Oriya Independent Vowels U+0B05 | ORIYA ISSHAR U+0B70 | Ornamental Angle Quotation Marks U+276E | Ornamental Brackets U+2768 | Ornaments, Heart U+2763 | Ornaments, Punctuation U+275B | Ornaments, Quotation Mark U+275B | ORNATE LEFT PARENTHESIS U+FD3E | ORNATE RIGHT PARENTHESIS U+FD3F | Ors, Logical Ands and U+2A51 | ORTHODOX CROSS U+2626 | orthogonal to U+22A5 | Osmanya U+10480 | Osmanya Digits U+104A0 | OU, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D15 | OU, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0223 | OUNCE SIGN U+2125 | overbar, apl U+00AF | OVERLAY, COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE RING U+20DA | OVERLAY, COMBINING CLOCKWISE RING U+20D9 | overlay, combining counterclockwise ring U+20DA | OVERLAY, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE U+20E6 | OVERLAY, COMBINING LEFTWARDS ARROW U+20EA | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG DOUBLE SOLIDUS U+20EB | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG SOLIDUS U+0338 | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG STROKE U+0336 | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG VERTICAL LINE U+20D2 | OVERLAY, COMBINING REVERSE SOLIDUS U+20E5 | OVERLAY, COMBINING RING U+20D8 | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT SOLIDUS U+0337 | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT STROKE U+0335 | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL LINE U+20D3 | OVERLAY, COMBINING TILDE U+0334 | overlay, long double slash U+20EB | overlay, long slash U+0338 | overlay, short slash U+0337 | overline U+00AF | OVERLINE U+203E | OVERLINE, CENTRELINE U+FE4A | OVERLINE, COMBINING U+0305 | OVERLINE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+033F | OVERLINE, DASHED U+FE49 | OVERLINE, DOUBLE WAVY U+FE4C | OVERLINE, WAVY U+FE4B | OVERRIDE, LEFT-TO-RIGHT U+202D | OVERRIDE, RIGHT-TO-LEFT U+202E | overscore U+0305 | overscore, spacing U+203E | Overscores and Underscores U+FE49 | Overstruck Diacritics U+0334 | oxia, greek U+0301


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/p.htm

Description Unicode Value P WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E55 | P WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E57 | P WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01A5 | P, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+2119 | P, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D18 | P, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+2118 | page down U+21DF | page up U+21DE | PAGE, NEXT U+2398 | PAGE, PREVIOUS U+2397 | PALATAL HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH U+01AB | PALATALIZED HOOK BELOW, COMBINING U+0321 | PALM BRANCH U+2E19 | PALUTA, TIBETAN MARK U+0F85 | PAMUDPOD, HANUNOO SIGN U+1734 | PAPER SIGN, PERMANENT U+267E | PAPER SYMBOL, PARTIALLY-RECYCLED U+267D | PAPER SYMBOL, RECYCLED U+267C | papyrological hyphen U+035C | PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR U+2029 | PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR, ETHIOPIC U+1368 | PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR, GEORGIAN U+10FB | paragraph separator, urdu U+203B | paragraph sign U+00B6 | PARAGRAPH SIGN ORNAMENT, CURVED STEM U+2761 | paragraph sign, european U+00A7 | paraguayan currency U+20B2 | PARALLEL TO U+2225 | PARALLEL TO, NOT U+2226 | PARALLELOGRAM, BLACK U+25B0 | parenthesis, closing U+0029 | PARENTHESIS, LEFT U+0028 | PARENTHESIS, LEFT WHITE U+2985 | parenthesis, opening U+0028 | PARENTHESIS, ORNATE LEFT U+FD3E | PARENTHESIS, ORNATE RIGHT U+FD3F | PARENTHESIS, RIGHT U+0029 | PARENTHESIS, RIGHT WHITE U+2986 | Parenthesized Korean Hangul Elements U+3200 | Parenthesized Korean Hangul Syllables U+320E | Parenthesized Latin Letters U+249C | Parenthesized Numbers U+2474 | parted rule U+00A6 | PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL U+2202 | partial function U+21F8 | partial injection U+2914 | PARTIAL LINE BACKWARD U+008C | PARTIAL LINE FORWARD U+008B | partial relation U+21F9 | partial surjection U+2900 | PARTIALLY-RECYCLED PAPER SYMBOL U+267D | PARTNERSHIP SYMBOL, UNMARRIED U+26AF | patiw, armenian U+055F | patru, tamil U+0BF6 | pause U+2389 | pdf U+202C | PEACE SYMBOL U+262E | PENCIL U+270F | Pencil Dingbats U+270E | PENCIL, LOWER RIGHT U+270E | PENCIL, UPPER RIGHT U+2710 | PENNY SIGN, GERMAN U+20B0 | pentonkion, greek U+2059 | PER MILLE SIGN U+2030 | PER SIGN U+214C | | per thousand U+2030 | PERCENT SIGN U+0025 | PERCUSSIVE, LATIN LETTER BIDENTAL U+02AD | | period U+002E | Period, Numbers Followed by U+2488 | PERISPOMENI, COMBINING GREEK U+0342 | PERMANENT PAPER SIGN U+267E | perpendicular U+22A5 | Persian, Old U+103A0 | PERSPECTIVE U+2306 | PESETA SIGN U+20A7 | PESO SIGN U+20B1 | Phags-pa U+A840 | Phaistos Disc U+101D0 | PHARYNGEAL VOICED FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER U+0295 | PHI SYMBOL, GREEK U+03D5 | PHI, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0278 | PHILIPPINE DOUBLE PUNCTUATION U+1736 | PHILIPPINE SINGLE PUNCTUATION U+1735 | phillipine currency U+20B1 | Phoenician U+10900 | Phonetic Digraphs U+02A3 | Phonetic Extensions U+1D00 | Phonetic Extensions, Katakana U+31F0 | Phonetic Modifiers U+02B9 | Phonetic Modifiers Derived from Latin Letters U+02B0 | phonorecord sign U+2117 | phul U+2055 | PI SYMBOL, GREEK U+03D6 | PI, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+213F | PI, DOUBLE-STRUCK SMALL U+213C | PI, GREEK SMALL LETTER U+03C0 | pi, mathematical constant 3.141592... U+03C0 | Pictures for Control Codes, Graphic U+2400 | PILCROW SIGN U+00B6 | PILCROW SIGN, REVERSED U+204B | pillow U+2311 | pipe U+01C0 | pipe, double U+01C1 | pipe, double-barred U+01C2 | PISCES U+2653 | piska U+2052 | PITCHFORK U+22D4 | PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN U+2318 | plaintiff U+226C | PLANCK CONSTANT U+210E | PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI U+210F | Planet Symbols U+263F | Plastics Recycling Symbols U+2673 | Playing Card Suits U+2660 | Plus and Minus Sign Operators U+2A22 | PLUS SIGN U+002B | PLUS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING U+031F | Plus Sign Operators, Specialized U+29FA | PLUS SIGN, MODIFIER LETTER U+02D6 | PLUS, CIRCLED U+2295 | PLUS, DOT U+2214 | PLUS, DOUBLE U+29FA | PLUS, INVISIBLE U+2064 | PLUS, SQUARED U+229E | PLUS, TRIPLE U+29FB | PLUS-MINUS SIGN U+00B1 | PLUTO U+2647 | point, decimal U+002E | POINT, HYPHENATION U+2027 | Pointers U+25BA | Pointing Hand Symbols U+261A | Pointing Index Finger Dingbats U+261A | POINTING INDEX, BLACK LEFT U+261A | POINTING INDEX, BLACK RIGHT U+261B | POINTING INDEX, WHITE DOWN U+261F | POINTING INDEX, WHITE LEFT U+261C | POINTING INDEX, WHITE RIGHT U+261E | POINTING INDEX, WHITE UP U+261D | Points and Punctuation, Hebrew U+05B0 | Points, Hebrew U+05B0 | Points, Syriac U+0730 | poison U+2620 | Political Symbols, Religious and U+2625 | Polygonal Symbols U+2B12 | Polytonic Greek, Precomposed U+1F00 | POP DIRECTIONAL FORMATTING U+202C | POSITION INDICATOR U+2316 | positive difference or sum U+2A24 | positive difference, sum or U+2A26 | positive, most U+223E | POSTAL MARK U+3012 | POSTAL MARK FACE U+3020 | POSTAL MARK, CIRCLED U+3036 | pound sign U+0023 | POUND SIGN U+00A3 | pound sterling U+00A3 | pounds U+2114 | power set U+1D4AB | Precedence Signs, Order Relation U+227A | Precedence Signs, Order Relation U+22DE | PRECEDES U+227A | PRECEDES UNDER RELATION U+22B0 | PRECEDES, DOUBLE U+2ABB | Precomposed Polytonic Greek U+1F00 | PRESCRIPTION TAKE U+211E | Presentation Forms, Alphabetic U+FB00 | Presentation Forms, Hebrew U+FB1D | Presentation Forms-A, Arabic U+FB50 | Presentation Forms-B, Arabic U+FE70 | PREVIOUS PAGE U+2397 | PRIME U+2032 | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE U+301E | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, LOW DOUBLE U+301F | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED DOUBLE U+301D | PRIME, DOUBLE U+2033 | PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER U+02B9 | PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER DOUBLE U+02BA | PRIME, QUADRUPLE U+2057 | PRIME, REVERSED U+2035 | PRIME, REVERSED DOUBLE U+2036 | PRIME, REVERSED TRIPLE U+2037 | PRIME, TRIPLE U+2034 | PRINT SCREEN SYMBOL U+2399 | PRIVACY MESSAGE U+009E | Private Use Area U+E000 | Private Use Area-A, Supplementary U+F0000 | Private Use Area-B, Supplementary U+100000 | PRIVATE USE ONE U+0091 | PRIVATE USE TWO U+0092 | product sign U+220F | product, cartesian U+00D7 | product, direct U+2299 | PRODUCT, INTERIOR U+2A3C | PRODUCT, LEFT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT U+22C9 | PRODUCT, LEFT SEMIDIRECT U+22CB | PRODUCT, N-ARY U+220F | PRODUCT, RIGHT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT U+22CA | PRODUCT, RIGHT SEMIDIRECT U+22CC | PRODUCT, RIGHTHAND INTERIOR U+2A3D | PRODUCT, SHUFFLE U+29E2 | PRODUCT, SMASH U+2A33 | product, tensor U+2297 | PRODUCT, VECTOR OR CROSS U+2A2F | PRODUCT, WREATH U+2240 | PROGRAM COMMAND, APPLICATION U+009F | prohibition U+20E0 | PROJECTIVE U+2305 | PROOF, END OF U+220E | proper intersection U+22D4 | PROPERTY LINE U+214A | PROPORTION U+2237 | PROPORTION, GEOMETRIC U+223A | PROPORTIONAL TO U+221D | proportional to U+223C | proves U+22A2 | psili, greek U+0313 | published U+2117 | pullback U+27D3 | Punctuation and Signs, Greek U+0374 | Punctuation and Signs, Myanmar U+104A | Punctuation and Signs, Syriac U+0700 | Punctuation and Symbols, Latin-1 U+00A0 | Punctuation for Vertical Text, Double U+2047 | Punctuation Ornaments U+275B | PUNCTUATION SPACE U+2008 | Punctuation, Arabic U+060C | Punctuation, Canadian Syllabics U+166D | Punctuation, Cuneiform Numbers and U+12400 | Punctuation, Ethiopic U+1361 | Punctuation, General U+2000 | Punctuation, Hebrew Points and U+05B0 | Punctuation, Mongolian U+1800 | Punctuation, Ogham U+169B | PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE DOUBLE U+1736 | PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE SINGLE U+1735 | Punctuation, Runic U+16EB | Punctuation, Supplemental U+2E00 | punt, irish U+00A3 | purna viram, devanagari U+0964 | pushout U+27D4 | puspika U+2055


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/q.htm

Description Unicode Value Q WITH HOOK TAIL, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SMALL U+024A | Q WITH HOOK TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+024B | Q WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+02A0 | Q, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+211A | Q, ROTATED CAPITAL U+213A | | QP DIGRAPH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0239 | QUAD, EM U+2001 | QUAD, EN U+2000 | quad, mutton U+2001 | Quadrant Control Code Graphics U+25F0 | quadrature U+25A1 | QUADRUPLE PRIME U+2057 | quantic U+226C | quantifier, existential U+2203 | quantifier, universal U+2200 | QUARTER MOON, FIRST U+263D | QUARTER MOON, LAST U+263E | QUARTER NOTE U+2669 | QUARTER, VULGAR FRACTION ONE U+00BC | Quarters, Fractions U+00BC | QUARTERS, VULGAR FRACTION THREE U+00BE | QUATERNION INTEGRAL OPERATOR U+2A16 | QUESTION EXCLAMATION MARK U+2048 | QUESTION MARK U+003F | QUESTION MARK, ARABIC U+061F | QUESTION MARK, ARMENIAN U+055E | QUESTION MARK, DOUBLE U+2047 | QUESTION MARK, ETHIOPIC U+1367 | QUESTION MARK, EXCLAMATION U+2049 | question mark, greek U+003B | QUESTION MARK, GREEK U+037E | QUESTION MARK, INVERTED U+00BF | QUESTION MARK, LIMBU U+1945 | question mark, turned U+00BF | QUESTIONED EQUAL TO U+225F | QUILL, LEFT SQUARE BRACKET WITH U+2045 | QUILL, RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET WITH U+2046 | Quine Corners U+231C | quotation dash U+2015 | QUOTATION MARK U+0022 | Quotation Mark Dingbats U+275B | Quotation Mark Ornaments U+275B | quotation mark, double comma U+201D | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 U+201F | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE LOW-9 U+201E | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE PRIME U+301E | quotation mark, double reversed comma U+201F | quotation mark, double turned comma U+201C | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT DOUBLE U+201C | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT SINGLE U+2018 | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE U+00AB | quotation mark, low double comma U+201E | QUOTATION MARK, LOW DOUBLE PRIME U+301F | quotation mark, low single comma U+201A | quotation mark, neutral U+0022 | quotation mark, neutral single U+0027 | QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME U+301D | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT DOUBLE U+201D | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT SINGLE U+2019 | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE U+00BB | quotation mark, single comma U+2019 | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 U+201B | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE U+2039 | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LOW-9 U+201A | quotation mark, single reversed comma U+201B | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE U+203A | quotation mark, single turned comma U+2018 | Quotation Marks U+2018 | Quotation Marks, Ornamental Angle U+276E | quote, apl U+0027 | Qur'anic Annotation Signs, Arabic U+06D6


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/r.htm

Description Unicode Value R WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0155 | R WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0159 | R WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0157 | R WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E59 | R WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E5B | R WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0211 | R WITH FISHHOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027E | R WITH FISHHOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED U+027F | R WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+027B | R WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0213 | R WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E5F | R WITH LONG LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027C | R WITH LONG LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+027A | R WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+024C | R WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+024D | R WITH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027D | R, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL U+211C | R, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036C | R, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+211D | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+0280 | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED U+0281 | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL REVERSED U+1D19 | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL TURNED U+1D1A | R, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0279 | R, LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U+1D63 | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B3 | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED U+02B6 | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL TURNED U+02B4 | R, SCRIPT CAPITAL U+211B | radial component U+27DF | radical sign U+221A | | Radicals, Yi U+A490 | RADIOACTIVE SIGN U+2622 | RAIN DROPS, UMBRELLA WITH U+2614 | rainy weather U+2602 | RAMS HORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0264 | range restriction U+25B7 | RATIO U+2236 | ratio, cross U+211E | rational numbers U+211A | REAHMUK, KHMER SIGN U+17C7 | real number symbol U+210A | real numbers U+211D | real part U+211C | recipe U+211E | record separator U+001E | RECORD SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR U+241E | RECORDER, TELEPHONE U+2315 | RECORDING COPYRIGHT, SOUND U+2117 | RECTANGLE BOX, X IN A U+2327 | Rectangles U+25AC | RECYCLED PAPER SYMBOL U+267C | RECYCLED PAPER SYMBOL, PARTIALLY- U+267D | RECYCLING SYMBOL, UNIVERSAL U+2672 | Recycling Symbols U+2672 | Recycling Symbols, Plastics U+2673 | reduces to U+22A6 | reducible U+22A2 | REFERENCE MARK U+203B | REGISTERED SIGN U+00AE | registered trade mark sign U+00AE | Rejang U+A930 | relation U+2194 | relation, finite U+21FC | relation, partial U+21F9 | Relational Operators U+29E3 | Relations, Subset and Superset U+2ABD | Religious and Political Symbols U+2626 | Repeat Marks, Kana U+3031 | REPLACEMENT CHARACTER U+FFFD | REPLACEMENT CHARACTER, OBJECT U+FFFC | RESPONSE U+211F | restriction, domain U+25C1 | restriction, range U+25B7 | results in U+22A8 | RETROFLEX CLICK, LATIN LETTER U+01C3 | RETROFLEX HOOK BELOW, COMBINING U+0322 | RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T WITH U+01AE | retroflex hook, latin small letter d U+0256 | RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH U+026D | RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH U+0273 | RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH U+0288 | RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH U+0290 | RETURN SYMBOL U+23CE | RETURN, CARRIAGE U+000D | RETURN, SYMBOL FOR CARRIAGE U+240D | REVERSE LINE FEED U+008D | REVERSE SOLIDUS U+005C | REVERSE SOLIDUS OPERATOR U+29F5 | REVERSE SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20E5 | REVERSE SOLIDUS, BIG U+29F9 | reverse turnstile U+22A3 | REVERSED C, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+2184 | REVERSED COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING U+0314 | reversed comma quotation mark, double U+201F | reversed comma quotation mark, single U+201B | REVERSED COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER U+02BD | REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME U+2036 | REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK U+301D | REVERSED E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+018E | REVERSED E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0258 | reversed epsilon, latin small letter closed U+025E | REVERSED ESH LOOP, LATIN LETTER U+01AA | REVERSED ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER SQUAT U+0285 | reversed glottal stop, latin letter U+0295 | REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER U+02C1 | REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02E4 | REVERSED LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK U+03F6 | REVERSED N, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D0E | REVERSED NOT SIGN U+2310 | REVERSED OPEN E WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+025D | REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+025C | REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED U+025E | REVERSED PILCROW SIGN U+204B | REVERSED PRIME U+2035 | REVERSED R WITH FISHHOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027F | REVERSED R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D19 | REVERSED ROTATED FLORAL HEART BULLET U+2619 | REVERSED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L U+2143 | REVERSED SEMICOLON U+204F | reversed straight epsilon U+03F6 | REVERSED TILDE U+223D | REVERSED TILDE EQUALS U+22CD | REVERSED TRIPLE PRIME U+2037 | REVERSED, LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH U+01B9 | rgroup U+27EF | RHOTIC HOOK, MODIFIER LETTER U+02DE | RIAL SIGN U+FDFC | RIEL, KHMER CURRENCY SYMBOL U+17DB | riemann integral U+211B | right abstract syntax bracket U+301B | RIGHT ANGLE U+221F | RIGHT ANGLE BRACKET U+3009 | RIGHT ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL U+27E9 | RIGHT ANGLE WITH ARC U+22BE | RIGHT ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D7 | RIGHT ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT U+20E1 | RIGHT ARROW BELOW, COMBINING U+20EF | RIGHT ARROW BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+034D | right arrow, colon U+29F4 | RIGHT ARROWHEAD ABOVE, COMBINING U+0350 | RIGHT ARROWHEAD BELOW, COMBINING U+0355 | right bag bracket U+27E7 | RIGHT BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET U+3011 | RIGHT CEILING U+2309 | right chevron bracket U+27EB | RIGHT CORNER BRACKET U+300D | RIGHT CURLY BRACKET U+007D | RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS, DOWN U+22F1 | RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS, UP U+22F0 | RIGHT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET U+300B | RIGHT DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL U+27EB | RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK U+201D | RIGHT FLOOR U+230B | RIGHT HALF RING ABOVE, COMBINING U+0357 | RIGHT HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING U+0339 | right half ring, armenian modifier letter U+055A | RIGHT HARPOON ABOVE, COMBINING U+20D1 | right key, delete to the U+2326 | | RIGHT NORMAL FACTOR SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT U+22CA | RIGHT PARENTHESIS U+0029 | RIGHT PARENTHESIS, ORNATE U+FD3F | RIGHT PENCIL, LOWER U+270E | RIGHT PENCIL, UPPER U+2710 | right pointing guillemet U+00BB | RIGHT POINTING INDEX, BLACK U+261B | RIGHT POINTING INDEX, WHITE U+261E | right pointing single guillemet U+203A | RIGHT SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT U+22CC | right sequence bracket U+27E9 | RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK U+2019 | RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET U+005D | RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL U+2046 | RIGHT TACK U+22A2 | RIGHT TACK BELOW, COMBINING U+0319 | RIGHT TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET U+3015 | RIGHT TRIANGLE U+22BF | RIGHT WHITE CORNER BRACKET U+300F | RIGHT WHITE CURLY BRACKET U+2984 | RIGHT WHITE LENTICULAR BRACKET U+3017 | RIGHT WHITE PARENTHESIS U+2986 | RIGHT WHITE SQUARE BRACKET U+301B | RIGHT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET U+3019 | RIGHT, COMBINING COMMA ABOVE U+0315 | RIGHT, COMBINING DOT ABOVE U+0358 | RIGHT, ERASE TO THE U+2326 | right, fast cursor U+21A0 | RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET U+232A | RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE U+203A | RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK U+00BB | RIGHT-TO-LEFT EMBEDDING U+202B | RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK U+200F | RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE U+202E | RIGHTHAND INTERIOR PRODUCT U+2A3D | rightward tab U+21E5 | RIGHTWARDS ARROW U+2192 | RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE U+0362 | RIGHTWARDS BULLET, BLACK U+204D | RIGHTWARDS HARPOON WITH BARB DOWNWARDS, COMBINING U+20EC | RING ABOVE U+02DA | RING ABOVE, COMBINING U+030A | RING ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT HALF U+0351 | RING ABOVE, COMBINING RIGHT HALF U+0357 | RING ABOVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH U+00C5 | RING ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH U+00E5 | RING BELOW, COMBINING U+0325 | RING BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE U+035A | RING BELOW, COMBINING LEFT HALF U+031C | RING BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT HALF U+0339 | RING BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH U+1E01 | RING EQUAL TO U+2257 | RING IN EQUAL TO U+2256 | RING OPERATOR U+2218 | RING OPERATOR, CIRCLED U+229A | RING OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20D8 | RING OVERLAY, COMBINING ANTICLOCKWISE U+20DA | RING OVERLAY, COMBINING CLOCKWISE U+20D9 | ring overlay, combining counterclockwise U+20DA | RING, ARMENIAN MODIFIER LETTER LEFT HALF U+0559 | ring, armenian modifier letter right half U+055A | RING, BENZENE U+232C | RING, MODIFIER LETTER CENTRED LEFT HALF U+02D3 | RING, MODIFIER LETTER LEFT HALF U+02BF | RJES SU NGA RO, TIBETAN SIGN U+0F7E | rle U+202B | rlm U+200F | rlo U+202E | RNAM BCAD, TIBETAN SIGN U+0F7F | Roman Numerals U+2160 | Roman Numerals, Archaic U+2185 | Roman Symbols U+10190 | ROOT, CUBE U+221B | ROOT, FOURTH U+221C | ROOT, SQUARE U+221A | ROTATED CAPITAL Q U+213A | rough breathing mark, greek U+0314 | rule, parted U+00A6 | RULE-DELAYED U+29F4 | Runic U+16A0 | Runic Golden Numbers U+16EE | Runic Punctuation U+16EB | RUNOUT, TOTAL U+2330 | rupai, tamil U+0BF9 | RUPEE MARK, BENGALI U+09F2 | RUPEE SIGN U+20A8 | RUPEE SIGN, BENGALI U+09F3 | RUPEE SIGN, GUJARATI U+0AF1 | RUPEE SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF9 | Russian Alphabet U+0410


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Description Unicode Value S WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+015B | S WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0161 | S WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+015F | S WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+015D | S WITH COMMA BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0219 | S WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E61 | S WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG U+1E9B | S WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E63 | S WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0282 | S WITH SWASH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+023F | S, INVERTED LAZY U+223E | S, LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG U+017F | S, LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP U+00DF | s, lazy U+223D | S, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02E2 | SAGITTARIUS U+2650 | SALTIRE U+2613 | sam, syriac U+070F | SAMARITAN SOURCE, SYMBOL FOR U+214F | Sans-serif Bold Digits U+1D7EC | Sans-serif Bold Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D756 | Sans-serif Bold Italic Greek Mathematical Symbols U+1D790 | Sans-serif Bold Italic Mathematical Symbols U+1D63C | Sans-serif Bold Mathematical Symbols U+1D5D4 | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL G, TURNED U+2141 | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L, REVERSED U+2143 | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L, TURNED U+2142 | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL Y, TURNED U+2144 | Sans-serif Digits U+1D7E2 | Sans-serif Italic Mathematical Symbols U+1D608 | Sans-serif Mathematical Symbols U+1D5A0 | satisfies U+22A8 | satisfies, necessarily U+2AF1 | satisfies, ordinarily U+2AE2 | saturating subtraction U+2238 | SATURN U+2644 | Saurashtra U+A880 | SCALES U+2696 | Scan Lines, Horizontal U+23BA | schema hiding U+29F9 | SCHWA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+018F | SCHWA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0259 | SCISSORS, BLACK U+2702 | SCISSORS, UPPER BLADE U+2701 | SCISSORS, WHITE U+2704 | SCORPIUS U+264F | SCREEN SYMBOL, CLEAR U+239A | SCREEN SYMBOL, PRINT U+2399 | SCREEN, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20E2 | script a, latin small letter U+0251 | SCRIPT CAPITAL B U+212C | SCRIPT CAPITAL E U+2130 | SCRIPT CAPITAL F U+2131 | SCRIPT CAPITAL H U+210B | SCRIPT CAPITAL I U+2110 | SCRIPT CAPITAL L U+2112 | SCRIPT CAPITAL M U+2133 | SCRIPT CAPITAL P U+2118 | SCRIPT CAPITAL R U+211B | script f, latin small letter U+0192 | SCRIPT G, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0261 | Script Mathematical Symbols U+1D49C | Script Mathematical Symbols, Bold U+1D4D0 | SCRIPT SMALL E U+212F | SCRIPT SMALL G U+210A | SCRIPT SMALL L U+2113 | SCRIPT SMALL O U+2134 | script theta U+03D1 | script v, latin capital letter U+01B2 | script v, latin small letter U+028B | scrolling U+21F3 | SCRUPLE U+2108 | SEAGULL BELOW, COMBINING U+033C | second tone, mandarin chinese U+02CA | seconds U+2033 | SECTION SIGN U+00A7 | section sign, european U+00B6 | SECTOR U+2314 | SEGMENT U+2313 | SELECTED AREA, END OF U+0087 | SELECTED AREA, START OF U+0086 | Selectors Supplement, Variation U+E0100 | Selectors, Variation U+FE00 | SEMICOLON U+003B | SEMICOLON, ARABIC U+061B | SEMICOLON, ETHIOPIC U+1364 | SEMICOLON, REVERSED U+204F | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, LEFT U+22CB | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, LEFT NORMAL FACTOR U+22C9 | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, RIGHT U+22CC | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, RIGHT NORMAL FACTOR U+22CA | SEPARATOR DOT, AEGEAN WORD U+10101 | SEPARATOR KEY SYMBOL, DECIMAL U+2396 | SEPARATOR LINE, AEGEAN WORD U+10100 | SEPARATOR, ARABIC DATE U+060D | SEPARATOR, ARABIC DECIMAL U+066B | separator, arabic phrase U+066C | SEPARATOR, ARABIC THOUSANDS U+066C | separator, decimal U+002C | separator, devanagari phrase U+0964 | SEPARATOR, ETHIOPIC PARAGRAPH U+1368 | separator, file U+001C | SEPARATOR, GEORGIAN PARAGRAPH U+10FB | separator, group U+001D | SEPARATOR, INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION U+FFFA | SEPARATOR, INVISIBLE U+2063 | SEPARATOR, LINE U+2028 | SEPARATOR, MONGOLIAN VOWEL U+180E | SEPARATOR, PARAGRAPH U+2029 | separator, record U+001E | separator, unit U+001F | separator, urdu paragraph U+203B | septuagint U+1D516 | sequence bracket, left U+27E8 | sequence bracket, right U+27E9 | sequence concatenation U+2040 | SEQUENCE INTRODUCER, CONTROL U+009B | SERVICE MARK U+2120 | Set Membership Signs U+2208 | SET MINUS U+2216 | set of complex numbers, the U+2102 | set of integers, the U+2124 | set of rational numbers, the U+211A | set of real numbers, the U+211D | SET TRANSMIT STATE U+0093 | SET, EMPTY U+2205 | set, included in U+2282 | set, includes in U+2283 | set, null U+2205 | set, power U+1D4AB | Sets, Empty U+29B0 | sextile U+2736 | Shade Characters U+2591 | SHADOWED WHITE CIRCLE U+274D | SHAMROCK U+2618 | shamrock U+2663 | Shapes, Geometric U+25A0 | SHARP S, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00DF | SHARP SIGN, MUSIC U+266F | Shavian U+10450 | SHEQEL SIGN, NEW U+20AA | shesht, armenian U+055B | shift U+21E7 | SHIFT IN U+000F | SHIFT IN, SYMBOL FOR U+240F | SHIFT OUT U+000E | SHIFT OUT, SYMBOL FOR U+240E | SHOGI PIECE, BLACK U+2617 | SHOGI PIECE, WHITE U+2616 | short U+0306 | short slash overlay U+0337 | SHORT SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING U+0337 | SHORT STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+0335 | SHORT VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+20D3 | SHOULDERED OPEN BOX U+237D | showery weather U+2614 | SHUFFLE PRODUCT U+29E2 | shy U+00AD | SIBE SYLLABLE BOUNDARY MARKER, MONGOLIAN U+1807 | Sidelining Emphasis Marks U+FE45 | SIDEWAYS DIAERESIZED U, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D1E | SIDEWAYS O WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D13 | SIDEWAYS O, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D11 | SIDEWAYS OPEN O, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D12 | SIDEWAYS TURNED M, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D1F | SIDEWAYS U, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D1D | SIGMA SYMBOL, GREEK LUNATE U+03F2 | sigma, greek small letter lunate U+03F2 | Signs, Warning U+2620 | Signs, Warning U+26A0 | similar to U+223C | SINE WAVE U+223F | SINGLE CHARACTER INTRODUCER U+009A | single comma quotation mark U+2019 | single comma quotation mark, low U+201A | single guillemet, left pointing U+2039 | single guillemet, right pointing U+203A | SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK U+201B | SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK U+2039 | SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK U+201A | SINGLE PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE U+1735 | SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT U+2018 | single quotation mark, neutral U+0027 | SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT U+2019 | single reversed comma quotation mark U+201B | SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK U+203A | SINGLE SHIFT THREE U+008F | SINGLE SHIFT TWO U+008E | single turned comma quotation mark U+2018 | Sinhala U+0D80 | Sinhala Consonants U+0D9A | Sinhala Dependent Vowel Signs U+0DCF | Sinhala Independent Vowels U+0D85 | SINHALA SIGN AL-LAKUNA U+0DCA | sinhala virama U+0DCA | SIX-PER-EM SPACE U+2006 | SIXTEENTH NOTES, BEAMED U+266C | Sixths, Fractions U+2159 | SKULL AND CROSSBONES U+2620 | slash U+002F | slash overlay, long U+0338 | slash overlay, long double U+20EB | slash overlay, short U+0337 | SLASH, CIRCLED DIVISION U+2298 | SLASH, DIVISION U+2215 | SLASH, FRACTION U+2044 | slash, latin capital letter o U+00D8 | slash, latin small letter o U+00F8 | SLOPE U+2333 | SMALL CAPITAL AE, LATIN LETTER U+1D01 | SMALL CAPITAL ETH, LATIN LETTER U+1D06 | SMALL CAPITAL EZH, LATIN LETTER U+1D23 | SMALL CAPITAL OE, LATIN LETTER U+0276 | SMALL CAPITAL OU, LATIN LETTER U+1D15 | small circle, black U+2022 | SMALL CONTAINS AS MEMBER U+220D | SMALL ELEMENT OF U+220A | Small Form Variants U+FE50 | SMALL GAMMA, DOUBLE-STRUCK U+213D | SMALL GAMMA, MODIFIER LETTER U+02E0 | SMALL KA, HIRAGANA LETTER U+3095 | SMALL KE, HIRAGANA LETTER U+3096 | Small Letters, Armenian U+0561 | Small Letters, Combining Latin U+0363 | Small Letters, Cyrillic U+0430 | Small Letters, Georgian U+10D0 | Small Letters, Greek U+03B1 | Small Letters, Latin U+0061 | SMALL PI, DOUBLE-STRUCK U+213C | SMALL REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER U+02E4 | SMALL SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM U+25FE | SMALL TILDE U+02DC | SMALL WHITE CIRCLE, MEDIUM U+26AC | SMASH PRODUCT U+2A33 | SMILE U+2323 | SMILING FACE, BLACK U+263B | SMILING FACE, WHITE U+263A | smirk U+2368 | smooth breathing mark, greek U+0313 | Snowflake Dingbats U+2744 | Snowflakes U+2721 | SNOWMAN U+2603 | snowy weather U+2603 | SOFT HYPHEN U+00AD | SOFT HYPHEN, MONGOLIAN TODO U+1806 | SOFTWARE-FUNCTION SYMBOL U+2394 | solid U+2588 | SOLIDUS U+002F | solidus U+2044 | SOLIDUS OPERATOR, DOUBLE U+2AFD | SOLIDUS OPERATOR, REVERSE U+29F5 | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG U+0338 | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG DOUBLE U+20EB | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING REVERSE U+20E5 | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT U+0337 | SOLIDUS, BIG U+29F8 | SOLIDUS, BIG REVERSE U+29F9 | SOLIDUS, REVERSE U+005C | SOUND RECORDING COPYRIGHT U+2117 | SOURCE, INFORMATION U+2139 | SPACE U+0020 | SPACE MARK, OGHAM U+1680 | SPACE, EM U+2003 | SPACE, EN U+2002 | SPACE, FIGURE U+2007 | SPACE, FOUR-PER-EM U+2005 | space, graphic for U+2423 | SPACE, HAIR U+200A | space, hilbert U+210C | SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC U+3000 | SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC HALF FILL U+303F | space, keyboard symbol for no break U+237D | SPACE, MEDIUM MATHEMATICAL U+205F | space, mid U+2005 | SPACE, NARROW NO-BREAK U+202F | SPACE, NO-BREAK U+00A0 | space, non-breaking U+00A0 | SPACE, PUNCTUATION U+2008 | SPACE, SIX-PER-EM U+2006 | SPACE, SYMBOL FOR U+2420 | space, thick U+2004 | SPACE, THIN U+2009 | SPACE, THREE-PER-EM U+2004 | SPACE, ZERO WIDTH U+200B | SPACE, ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK U+FEFF | Spaces U+2000 | spacing acute accent U+00B4 | spacing cedilla U+00B8 | spacing circumflex accent U+005E | Spacing Clones of Diacritics U+02D8 | spacing diaeresis U+00A8 | spacing double underscore U+2017 | spacing grave accent U+0060 | spacing macron U+00AF | Spacing Modifier Letters U+02B0 | spacing overscore U+203E | spacing tilde U+007E | spacing underscore U+005F | spanish currency U+20A7 | SPARKLE U+2747 | SPARKLE, HEAVY U+2748 | Specials U+FFF0 | Specials Area, Compatibility and U+F900 | SPHERICAL ANGLE U+2222 | SQUARE BELOW, COMBINING U+033B | SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL, LEFT U+2045 | SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL, RIGHT U+2046 | square bracket, closing U+005D | SQUARE BRACKET, LEFT U+005B | SQUARE BRACKET, LEFT WHITE U+301A | square bracket, opening U+005B | SQUARE BRACKET, RIGHT U+005D | SQUARE BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE U+301B | SQUARE CAP U+2293 | SQUARE CUP U+2294 | SQUARE FOOT U+23CD | SQUARE IMAGE OF U+228F | SQUARE LOZENGE U+2311 | SQUARE ORIGINAL OF U+2290 | SQUARE ROOT U+221A | Square Symbols U+29C4 | SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM U+25FC | SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM SMALL U+25FE | SQUARE, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20DE | SQUARE, VIEWDATA U+2317 | squared U+00B2 | SQUARED DOT OPERATOR U+22A1 | Squared Japanese Katakana Words U+3300 | Squared Latin Abbreviations U+3371 | SQUARED MINUS U+229F | SQUARED PLUS U+229E | SQUARED TIMES U+22A0 | Squares U+25A0 | Squares U+2B1A | SQUAT REVERSED ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0285 | srak ah, khmer U+17C7 | srak am, khmer U+17C6 | srog med, tibetan U+0F84 | st. andrew's cross U+2613 | STAFF OF AESCULAPIUS U+2695 | STAFF OF HERMES U+269A | star U+002A | STAR AND CRESCENT U+262A | Star Dingbats U+2726 | STAR EQUALS U+225B | STAR OF DAVID U+2721 | STAR OPERATOR U+22C6 | STAR, ARABIC FIVE POINTED U+066D | STAR, BLACK U+2605 | STAR, WHITE U+2606 | starburst U+273A | Stars U+2721 | START OF GUARDED AREA U+0096 | START OF HEADING U+0001 | START OF HEADING, SYMBOL FOR U+2401 | START OF SELECTED AREA U+0086 | START OF STRING U+0098 | START OF TEXT U+0002 | START OF TEXT, SYMBOL FOR U+2402 | statement is true U+22A8 | sterling, pound U+00A3 | stile, apl U+2223 | straight epsilon U+03F5 | straight epsilon, reversed U+03F6 | STRAIGHTNESS U+23E4 | stress mark U+0301 | STRETCHED C, LATIN LETTER U+0297 | STRICTLY EQUIVALENT TO U+2263 | STRING TERMINATOR U+009C | STRING, DEVICE CONTROL U+0090 | STRING, START OF U+0098 | STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL U+20E6 | STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG U+0336 | STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT U+0335 | STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH U+00D8 | STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH U+00F8 | SUBGROUP OF, NORMAL U+22B2 | Subgroup Signs, Normal U+22EA | SUBGROUP, CONTAINS AS NORMAL U+22B3 | Subjoined Consonants, Tibetan U+0F90 | Subscript Digits U+2080 | subscript, greek iota U+0345 | Subscripts U+2080 | Subset and Superset Relations U+2ABD | SUBSET OF U+2282 | SUBSET OF, NOT A U+2284 | Subset Signs, Superset and U+2282 | SUBSET, DOUBLE U+22D0 | SUBSTITUTE U+001A | SUBSTITUTE FORM TWO, SYMBOL FOR U+2426 | SUBSTITUTE, SYMBOL FOR U+241A | Subtending Marks, Arabic U+0600 | subtraction, bag U+2A41 | subtraction, saturating U+2238 | SUCCEEDS U+227B | SUCCEEDS UNDER RELATION U+22B1 | SUCCEEDS, DOUBLE U+2ABC | such that U+220B | such that U+2223 | Suits, Playing Card U+2660 | sum or positive difference U+2A26 | sum, direct U+2295 | sum, positive difference or U+2A24 | summation sign U+2211 | Summation Sign Parts U+23B2 | SUMMATION, DOUBLE-STRUCK N-ARY U+2140 | SUMMATION, N-ARY U+2211 | Summations and Integrals U+2A0A | SUN U+2609 | SUN WITH RAYS, BLACK U+2600 | SUN WITH RAYS, WHITE U+263C | Sundanese U+1B80 | sunna, telugu U+0C02 | Superscript Digits U+2070 | Superscript Letter Diacritics, Latin Medieval U+1DD3 | Superscript Letter Diacritics, Medieval U+0363 | Superscript Modifier Letters, Latin U+02B0 | SUPERSCRIPT ONE U+00B9 | SUPERSCRIPT THREE U+00B3 | SUPERSCRIPT TWO U+00B2 | SUPERSCRIPT ZERO U+2070 | Superscripts U+2070 | Superset and Subset Signs U+2282 | SUPERSET OF U+2283 | SUPERSET OF, NOT A U+2285 | Superset Relations, Subset and U+2ABD | SUPERSET, DOUBLE U+22D1 | Supplemental Arrows-B U+2900 | Supplemental Mathematical Operators U+2A00 | Supplemental Punctuation U+2E00 | Supplementary General Scripts Area U+10000 | Supplementary Private Use Area-A U+F0000 | Supplementary Private Use Area-B U+100000 | SURFACE INTEGRAL U+222F | surjection, finite U+2901 | surjection, partial U+2900 | surjection, total U+21A0 | surjective injection U+2917 | surjective injection, finite U+2918 | | Suzhou Numerals U+3021 | SWASH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH U+023F | SWASH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH U+0240 | swedish grave accent U+02DF | SWORDS, CROSSED U+2694 | SWUNG DASH U+2053 | Syllabary, Cypriot U+10800 | Syllabary, Linear B U+10000 | SYLLABICS FULL STOP, CANADIAN U+166E | Syllabics Punctuation, Canadian U+166D | Syllabics, Unified Canadian Aboriginal U+1400 | Syllables, Cherokee U+13A0 | Syllables, Circled Korean Hangul U+326E | Syllables, Ethiopic U+1200 | Syllables, Korean Hangul U+AC00 | Syllables, Parenthesized Korean Hangul U+320E | Syllables, Yi U+A000 | Syloti Nagri U+A800 | Symbol Variants, Fullwidth U+FFE0 | Symbol Variants, Halfwidth U+FFE8 | Symbols Area U+2000 | Symbols for Days, Ideographic Telegraph U+33E0 | Symbols for Divination, Khmer Numeric U+17F0 | Symbols for Hours, Ideographic Telegraph U+3358 | Symbols for Months, Ideographic Telegraph U+32C0 | Symbols, Ancient Greek Textual U+2E0E | Symbols, APL Functional U+2336 | Symbols, Astrological U+263D | Symbols, Balinese Musical U+1B61 | Symbols, Basic Musical U+2669 | Symbols, Bowtie U+29D1 | Symbols, Byzantine Musical U+1D000 | Symbols, Chess U+2654 | Symbols, Circle U+29B5 | Symbols, Combining Diacritical Marks for U+20D0 | Symbols, Currency U+20A0 | Symbols, Dentistry Notation U+23BE | Symbols, Diacritical Marks for U+20D0 | Symbols, Dictionary and Map U+2690 | Symbols, Drafting U+232D | Symbols, Electrotechnical U+238D | Symbols, Error Bar U+29EE | Symbols, Gender U+26A2 | Symbols, Genealogical U+26AD | Symbols, Greek Mathematical U+1D6A8 | Symbols, Hebrew Letterlike Mathematical U+2135 | Symbols, I Ching / Yijing Hexagram U+4DC0 | Symbols, I Ching / Yijing Monogram and Digram U+268A | | Symbols, Japanese Chess U+2616 | Symbols, Keyboard U+21E6 | Symbols, Keyboard U+2324 | Symbols, Keyboard U+2380 | Symbols, Keyboard U+2396 | Symbols, Khmer U+19E0 | Symbols, Latin-1 Punctuation and U+00A0 | Symbols, Letterlike U+2100 | Symbols, Mathematical U+27C0 | Symbols, Mathematical U+2980 | Symbols, Mathematical Alphanumeric U+1D400 | Symbols, Mathematical Digits U+1D7CE | Symbols, Metrical U+23D1 | Symbols, Miscellaneous U+2600 | Symbols, Musical U+1D100 | Symbols, New Testament Editorial U+2E00 | Symbols, Planet U+263F | Symbols, Plastics Recycling U+2673 | Symbols, Playing Card U+2660 | Symbols, Pointing Hand U+261A | Symbols, Polygonal U+2B12 | Symbols, Recycling U+2672 | Symbols, Religious and Political U+2625 | Symbols, Square U+29C4 | Symbols, Tai Xuan Jing U+1D300 | Symbols, Tamil U+0BF3 | Symbols, Tibetan U+0FC4 | Symbols, Triangle U+29CA | Symbols, Weather and Astrological U+2600 | Symbols, Yijing / I Ching Hexagram U+4DC0 | Symbols, Yijing / I Ching Monogram and Digram U+268A | | Symbols, Zodiacal U+2648 | Symbols-A, Miscellaneous Mathematical U+27C0 | Symbols-B, Miscellaneous Mathematical U+2980 | symmetric difference U+2206 | symmetric difference U+2238 | symmetric difference U+2296 | SYMMETRY U+232F | SYNCHRONOUS IDLE U+0016 | SYNCHRONOUS IDLE, SYMBOL FOR U+2416 | Syriac U+0700 | SYRIAC CROSS, EAST U+2671 | SYRIAC CROSS, WEST U+2670 | Syriac Letters U+0710 | Syriac Punctuation and Signs U+0700 | syriac sam U+070F


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Description Unicode Value T WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0165 | T WITH CEDILLA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0163 | T WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E71 | T WITH COMMA BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+021B | T WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0236 | T WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E97 | T WITH DIAGONAL STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+023E | T WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E6B | T WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E6D | T WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01AD | T WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E6F | T WITH PALATAL HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01AB | T WITH RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01AE | T WITH RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0288 | T WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0167 | T, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036D | T, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D1B | T, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+0287 | tab U+0009 | tab with shift tab U+21B9 | tab, leftward U+21E4 | tab, rightward U+21E5 | TABULATION SET, CHARACTER U+0088 | TABULATION SET, LINE U+008A | TABULATION WITH JUSTIFICATION, CHARACTER U+0089 | TABULATION, CHARACTER U+0009 | tabulation, horizontal U+0009 | TABULATION, LINE U+000B | TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR HORIZONTAL U+2409 | TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR VERTICAL U+240B | tabulation, vertical U+000B | TACK BELOW, COMBINING DOWN U+031E | TACK BELOW, COMBINING LEFT U+0318 | TACK BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT U+0319 | TACK BELOW, COMBINING UP U+031D | TACK, DOWN U+22A4 | TACK, LEFT U+22A3 | TACK, MODIFIER LETTER UP U+02D4 | TACK, RIGHT U+22A2 | TACK, UP U+22A5 | Tacks and Turnstiles U+22A2 | Tacks and Turnstiles U+27D8 | Tacks and Turnstiles U+2ADE | Tagalog U+1700 | TAGALOG SIGN VIRAMA U+1714 | Tagbanwa U+1760 | Tags U+E0000 | Tai Le U+1950 | Tai Lue Digits, New U+19D0 | Tai Lue, New U+1980 | Tai Xuan Jing Symbols U+1D300 | Tails, Fish U+297C | tainome japanese bullet U+25C9 | TAKE, PRESCRIPTION U+211E | Tamil U+0B80 | TAMIL AS ABOVE SIGN U+0BF8 | tamil aytham U+0B83 | Tamil Consonants U+0B95 | TAMIL CREDIT SIGN U+0BF7 | TAMIL DAY SIGN U+0BF3 | TAMIL DEBIT SIGN U+0BF6 | Tamil Dependent Vowel Signs U+0BBE | Tamil Digits U+0BE7 | tamil enn U+0BFA | Tamil Independent Vowels U+0B85 | tamil maatham U+0BF4 | tamil merpadi U+0BF8 | TAMIL MONTH SIGN U+0BF4 | tamil naal U+0BF3 | TAMIL NUMBER SIGN U+0BFA | Tamil Numbers U+0BE7 | tamil patru U+0BF6 | tamil rupai U+0BF9 | TAMIL RUPEE SIGN U+0BF9 | TAMIL SIGN VISARGA U+0B83 | Tamil Symbols U+0BF3 | tamil varavu U+0BF7 | tamil varudam U+0BF5 | TAMIL YEAR SIGN U+0BF5 | TAPE DRIVE U+2707 | TAPER, CONICAL U+2332 | TATWEEL, ARABIC U+0640 | TAURUS U+2649 | tautological equivalent U+29E6 | tautology U+22A8 | tea, cup of U+2615 | Technical, Miscellaneous U+2300 | Telegraph Symbols for Days, Ideographic U+33E0 | Telegraph Symbols for Hours, Ideographic U+3358 | Telegraph Symbols for Months, Ideographic U+32C0 | TELEPHONE LOCATION SIGN U+2706 | TELEPHONE RECORDER U+2315 | TELEPHONE SIGN U+2121 | TELEPHONE, BLACK U+260E | TELEPHONE, WHITE U+260F | Telugu U+0C00 | Telugu Consonants U+0C15 | Telugu Dependent Vowel Signs U+0C3E | Telugu Digits U+0C66 | Telugu Independent Vowels U+0C05 | TELUGU SIGN ANUSVARA U+0C02 | telugu sunna U+0C02 | | tensor product U+2297 | Terminal Graphic Characters U+23B7 | Terminal Graphic Characters U+2596 | TERMINATOR, INTERLINEAR ANNOTATION U+FFFB | TERMINATOR, STRING U+009C | TEXT, END OF U+0003 | TEXT, START OF U+0002 | TEXT, SYMBOL FOR END OF U+2403 | TEXT, SYMBOL FOR START OF U+2402 | Thaana U+0780 | Thai U+0E00 | THAI CHARACTER ANGKHANKHU U+0E5A | THAI CHARACTER FONGMAN U+0E4F | THAI CHARACTER KHOMUT U+0E5B | THAI CHARACTER NIKHAHIT U+0E4D | THAI CHARACTER THANTHAKHAT U+0E4C | THAI CHARACTER YAMAKKAN U+0E4E | Thai Consonants U+0E01 | THAI CURRENCY SYMBOL BAHT U+0E3F | Thai Digits U+0E50 | Thai Marks and Signs U+0E48 | Thai Vowels U+0E30 | THANTHAKHAT, THAI CHARACTER U+0E4C | THERE DOES NOT EXIST U+2204 | THERE EXISTS U+2203 | THEREFORE U+2234 | THERMODYNAMIC U+29E7 | THETA SYMBOL, GREEK U+03D1 | theta, script U+03D1 | thick space U+2004 | THIN SPACE U+2009 | third derivative U+20DB | third tone, mandarin chinese U+02C7 | Thirds, Fractions U+2153 | THORN, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00DE | THORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FE | THOUSANDS SEPARATOR, ARABIC U+066C | three dot leader U+2026 | THREE DOT PUNCTUATION U+2056 | THREE DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING U+20DB | THREE QUARTERS, VULGAR FRACTION U+00BE | THREE, SUPERSCRIPT U+00B3 | THREE-PER-EM SPACE U+2004 | THUNDERSTORM U+2608 | Tibetan U+0F00 | tibetan anusvara U+0F7E | Tibetan Astrological Signs U+0F15 | Tibetan Cantillation Signs U+0FC0 | Tibetan Consonants U+0F40 | Tibetan Dependent Vowel Signs U+0F71 | Tibetan Digits U+0F20 | Tibetan Digits Minus Half U+0F2A | Tibetan Head Marks U+0F01 | TIBETAN KU RU KHA U+0FBE | TIBETAN KU RU KHA BZHI MIG CAN U+0FBF | TIBETAN MARK DELIMITER TSHEG BSTAR U+0F0C | TIBETAN MARK HALANTA U+0F84 | TIBETAN MARK INTERSYLLABIC TSHEG U+0F0B | TIBETAN MARK PALUTA U+0F85 | Tibetan Marks and Signs U+0F08 | Tibetan Marks and Signs U+0F34 | Tibetan Marks and Signs U+0F82 | Tibetan Marks and Signs U+0FBE | TIBETAN SIGN RJES SU NGA RO U+0F7E | TIBETAN SIGN RNAM BCAD U+0F7F | tibetan srog med U+0F84 | Tibetan Subjoined Consonants U+0F90 | TIBETAN SYLLABLE OM U+0F00 | Tibetan Symbols U+0FC4 | tibetan visarga U+0F7F | Tibetan Vocalic Modification U+0F7E | TIE, CHARACTER U+2040 | Tifinagh U+2D30 | TILDE U+007E | TILDE ABOVE, COMBINING NOT U+034A | TILDE BELOW, COMBINING U+0330 | TILDE EQUALS, REVERSED U+22CD | Tilde Mathematical Operators U+223B | TILDE OPERATOR U+223C | TILDE OVERLAY, COMBINING U+0334 | tilde, apl U+223C | TILDE, COMBINING U+0303 | TILDE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+0360 | TILDE, COMBINING VERTICAL U+033E | TILDE, MINUS U+2242 | TILDE, NOT U+2241 | TILDE, REVERSED U+223D | TILDE, SMALL U+02DC | tilde, spacing U+007E | TILDE, TRIPLE U+224B | Tiles, Domino U+1F030 | Tiles, Mahjong U+1F000 | TIMES OPERATOR, N-ARY U+2A09 | TIMES, CIRCLED U+2297 | TIMES, DIVISION U+22C7 | TIMES, INVISIBLE U+2062 | TIMES, SQUARED U+22A0 | TINY U+29FE | TIPPI, GURMUKHI U+0A70 | TIRONIAN SIGN ET U+204A | TODO SOFT HYPHEN, MONGOLIAN U+1806 | Tone Letters U+02E5 | Tone Letters, Modifier U+A700 | TONE MARK, COMBINING ACUTE U+0341 | TONE MARK, COMBINING GRAVE U+0340 | Tone Marks for Chinese, Corner U+A700 | Tone Marks, Contour U+1DCB | Tone Marks, Ideographic U+302A | tone, mandarin chinese fifth or neutral U+02D9 | tone, mandarin chinese first U+02C9 | tone, mandarin chinese fourth U+02CB | tone, mandarin chinese second U+02CA | tone, mandarin chinese third U+02C7 | TONOS, COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA U+0344 | tonos, greek U+0301 | top U+22A4 | TOP HALF INTEGRAL U+2320 | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, LEFT U+3014 | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, LEFT WHITE U+3018 | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, RIGHT U+3015 | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, RIGHT WHITE U+3019 | total function U+2192 | total injection U+21A3 | TOTAL RUNOUT U+2330 | total surjection U+21A0 | TRADE MARK SIGN U+2122 | trade mark sign, registered U+00AE | transfinite cardinal, first U+2135 | transfinite cardinal, fourth U+2138 | transfinite cardinal, second U+2136 | transfinite cardinal, third U+2137 | transform, fourier U+2131 | TRANSMISSION BLOCK, END OF U+0017 | TRANSMISSION BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR END OF U+2417 | transmission symbol, end of U+2301 | TRANSMISSION, END OF U+0004 | TRANSMISSION, SYMBOL FOR END OF U+2404 | TRANSMIT STATE, SET U+0093 | TRAPEZIUM, WHITE U+23E2 | Triangle Symbols U+29CA | TRIANGLE, COMBINING ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING U+20E4 | TRIANGLE, RIGHT U+22BF | Triangles U+25B2 | TRIANGULAR BULLET U+2023 | TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER U+02D0 | TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER HALF U+02D1 | TRICOLON U+205D | | trine U+25B3 | TRIPLE INTEGRAL U+222D | TRIPLE PLUS U+29FB | TRIPLE PRIME U+2034 | TRIPLE PRIME, REVERSED U+2037 | TRIPLE TILDE U+224B | TRIPLE UNDERDOT, COMBINING U+20E8 | TRUE U+22A8 | TSHEG BSTAR, TIBETAN MARK DELIMITER U+0F0C | TSHEG, TIBETAN MARK INTERSYLLABIC U+0F0B | TUGRIK SIGN U+20AE | turbofan U+274B | turkish currency U+20A4 | turkish lira U+00A3 | TURNED A, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0250 | TURNED AE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D02 | TURNED ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0252 | TURNED AMPERSAND U+214B | TURNED CAPITAL F U+2132 | TURNED COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING U+0312 | turned comma quotation mark, double U+201C | turned comma quotation mark, single U+2018 | TURNED COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER U+02BB | TURNED DELTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+018D | turned e, latin capital letter U+018E | TURNED E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01DD | TURNED GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA U+2129 | TURNED H WITH FISHHOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+02AE | TURNED H, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0265 | TURNED I, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D09 | TURNED K, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+029E | TURNED M WITH LONG LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0270 | TURNED M, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+019C | TURNED M, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+026F | TURNED M, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS U+1D1F | TURNED NOT SIGN U+2319 | TURNED OE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D14 | TURNED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1D08 | turned question mark U+00BF | TURNED R WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027B | TURNED R WITH LONG LEG, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+027A | TURNED R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D1A | TURNED R, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0279 | TURNED R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B4 | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL G U+2141 | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L U+2142 | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL Y U+2144 | TURNED SMALL F U+214E | TURNED T, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0287 | TURNED V, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0245 | TURNED V, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+028C | TURNED W, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+028D | TURNED Y, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+028E | turnstile U+22A2 | turnstile, reverse U+22A3 | Turnstiles, Tacks and U+22A2 | Turnstiles, Tacks and U+27D8 | Turnstiles, Tacks and U+2ADE | TWO DOT LEADER U+2025 | TWO DOT PUNCTUATION U+205A | TWO, SUPERSCRIPT U+00B2


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Description Unicode Value U BAR, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0244 | U BAR, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0289 | U WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00DA | U WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FA | U WITH BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+016D | U WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01D4 | U WITH CIRCUMFLEX BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E77 | U WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00DB | U WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FB | U WITH DIAERESIS BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E73 | U WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00DC | U WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FC | U WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EE5 | U WITH DOUBLE ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0171 | U WITH DOUBLE GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0215 | U WITH GRAVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00D9 | U WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00F9 | U WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EE7 | U WITH HORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01B0 | U WITH INVERTED BREVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0217 | U WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+016B | U WITH OGONEK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0173 | U WITH RING ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+016F | U WITH TILDE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E75 | U WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0169 | U, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0367 | U, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D1C | U, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS U+1D1D | U, LATIN SMALL LETTER SIDEWAYS DIAERESIZED U+1D1E | U, LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U+1D64 | Ugaritic U+10380 | ukrainian currency U+20B4 | UMBRELLA U+2602 | UMBRELLA WITH RAIN DROPS U+2614 | umlaut U+0308 | UNASPIRATED, MODIFIER LETTER U+02ED | UNDERDOT, COMBINING TRIPLE U+20E8 | underline U+0332 | UNDERLINE SYMBOL, CONTINUOUS U+2381 | UNDERLINE SYMBOL, DISCONTINUOUS U+2382 | underline, double U+0333 | underscore U+0332 | underscore, double U+0333 | underscore, spacing U+005F | underscore, spacing double U+2017 | Underscores, Overscores and U+FE49 | UNDERTIE U+203F | UNDERTIE, INVERTED U+2054 | UNDO SYMBOL U+238C | Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics U+1400 | UNION U+222A | UNION, DOUBLE U+22D3 | union, generalized U+22C3 | UNION, MULTISET U+228E | UNION, N-ARY U+22C3 | Unions, Intersections and U+2A40 | unique element U+2129 | unit separator U+001F | UNIT SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR U+241F | universal quantifier U+2200 | UNIVERSAL RECYCLING SYMBOL U+2672 | UNMARRIED PARTNERSHIP SYMBOL U+26AF | UP ARROWHEAD U+2303 | UP POINTING INDEX, WHITE U+261D | UP RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS U+22F0 | UP TACK U+22A5 | UP TACK BELOW, COMBINING U+031D | UP TACK, MODIFIER LETTER U+02D4 | UP, CLOSE U+2050 | up, fast cursor U+219F | up, page U+21DE | UPA Modifiers U+02EF | UPPER BLADE SCISSORS U+2701 | upper integral U+2A1B | UPPER RIGHT PENCIL U+2710 | Uppercase Alphabet, Latin U+0041 | UPSILON, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01B1 | UPSILON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+028A | upstile, apl U+2308 | UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE, COMBINING ENCLOSING U+20E4 | UPWARDS ARROW U+2191 | UPWARDS ARROW BELOW, COMBINING U+034E | Uralic Phonetic Alphabet, Diacritics for U+0350 | URANUS U+2645 | urdu paragraph separator U+203B


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/v.htm

Description Unicode Value v above U+030C | V WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E7F | V WITH HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01B2 | V WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+028B | V WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E7D | V, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036E | v, latin capital letter script U+01B2 | V, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER TURNED U+0245 | V, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D20 | v, latin small letter script U+028B | V, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+028C | V, LATIN SUBSCRIPT SMALL LETTER U+1D65 | Vai U+A500 | | valid U+22A8 | varavu, tamil U+0BF7 | varia, greek U+0300 | VARIATION INDICATOR, IDEOGRAPHIC U+303E | VARIATION SELECTOR ONE, MONGOLIAN FREE U+180B | VARIATION SELECTOR THREE, MONGOLIAN FREE U+180D | VARIATION SELECTOR TWO, MONGOLIAN FREE U+180C | VARIATION SELECTOR-1 U+FE00 | Variation Selectors U+FE00 | Variation Selectors Supplement U+E0100 | varies with U+223C | varudam, tamil U+0BF5 | vector U+20D1 | vector U+20D7 | VECTOR OR CROSS PRODUCT U+2A2F | vector pointing into page U+2295 | vector pointing into page U+2297 | vector pointing out of page U+2299 | vee U+2228 | venus U+2640 | VERSICLE U+2123 | vertical bar U+007C | VERTICAL BAR DELIMITER, TRIPLE U+2980 | Vertical Bar Dingbats U+2758 | vertical bar, broken U+00A6 | VERTICAL BAR, N-ARY WHITE U+2AFF | VERTICAL BAR, WHITE U+2AFE | vertical bowtie U+29D6 | Vertical Brackets U+23B4 | VERTICAL ELLIPSIS U+22EE | Vertical Form Variants U+FE30 | VERTICAL FOUR DOTS U+205E | VERTICAL IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK U+303B | VERTICAL LINE U+007C | VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING U+030D | VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE U+030E | VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING U+0329 | VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE U+0348 | Vertical Line Operators U+2AEE | VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG U+20D2 | VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT U+20D3 | VERTICAL LINE WITH MIDDLE DOT U+237F | VERTICAL LINE, DOUBLE U+2016 | VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER U+02C8 | VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER LOW U+02CC | Vertical Lines U+2223 | VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING DOUBLE U+20E6 | vertical tabulation U+000B | VERTICAL TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR U+240B | Vertical Text, Bracket Variants for U+23DC | Vertical Text, Double Punctuation for U+2047 | VERTICAL TILDE, COMBINING U+033E | Vertical Variants, Glyphs for U+FE10 | Vertical Variants, Glyphs for U+FE30 | vertsaket, armenian U+0589 | VERY MUCH GREATER-THAN U+22D9 | VERY MUCH LESS-THAN U+22D8 | VICTORY HAND U+270C | vietnamese currency U+20AB | VIEWDATA SQUARE U+2317 | vinculum U+0305 | viram, devanagari deergh U+0965 | viram, devanagari purna U+0964 | VIRAMA, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+094D | | VIRAMA, MYANMAR SIGN U+1039 | virama, sinhala U+0DCA | VIRAMA, TAGALOG SIGN U+1714 | VIRGO U+264D | virgule U+002F | VISARGA, DEVANAGARI SIGN U+0903 | visarga, khmer U+17C7 | VISARGA, TAMIL SIGN U+0B83 | visarga, tibetan U+0F7F | VOICED FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL U+0295 | VOICED ITERATION MARK, HIRAGANA U+309E | VOICED ITERATION MARK, KATAKANA U+30FE | VOICING, MODIFIER LETTER U+02EC | VOLTAGE SIGN, HIGH U+26A1 | VOLUME INTEGRAL U+2230 | vrachy, greek U+0306 | vs1 U+FE00 | vs17 U+E0100 | vt U+000B | VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF U+00BD | VULGAR FRACTION ONE QUARTER U+00BC | VULGAR FRACTION THREE QUARTERS U+00BE | Vulgar Fractions U+2153


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/w.htm

Description Unicode Value W WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E83 | W WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0175 | W WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E85 | W WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E87 | W WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E89 | W WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E81 | W WITH RING ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E98 | W, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D21 | W, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+028D | W, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B7 | WAITING, MESSAGE U+0095 | WARNING SIGN U+26A0 | Warning Signs U+2620 | WATCH U+231A | WAVE DASH U+301C | WAVE, SINE U+223F | WAVY DASH U+3030 | WAVY LINE U+2307 | WAVY LOW LINE U+FE4F | WAVY OVERLINE U+FE4B | WAVY OVERLINE, DOUBLE U+FE4C | Weather and Astrological Symbols U+2600 | weather, clear U+2600 | weather, cloudy U+2601 | weather, rainy U+2602 | weather, showery U+2614 | weather, snowy U+2603 | wedge U+028C | wedge U+2227 | weierstrass elliptic function U+2118 | WEST SYRIAC CROSS U+2670 | WHEEL OF DHARMA U+2638 | WHEELCHAIR SYMBOL U+267F | WHITE BULLET U+25E6 | WHITE CIRCLE U+25CB | WHITE CIRCLE, MEDIUM U+26AA | WHITE CIRCLE, MEDIUM SMALL U+26AC | WHITE CIRCLE, SHADOWED U+274D | WHITE CORNER BRACKET, LEFT U+300E | WHITE CORNER BRACKET, RIGHT U+300F | WHITE CURLY BRACKET, LEFT U+2983 | WHITE CURLY BRACKET, RIGHT U+2984 | WHITE DOWN POINTING INDEX U+261F | WHITE FLAG U+2690 | white framus U+29D6 | WHITE FROWNING FACE U+2639 | WHITE LEFT POINTING INDEX U+261C | WHITE LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT U+3016 | WHITE LENTICULAR BRACKET, RIGHT U+3017 | WHITE NIB U+2711 | White on Black Circled Numbers U+24EB | WHITE PARENTHESIS, LEFT U+2985 | WHITE PARENTHESIS, RIGHT U+2986 | WHITE RIGHT POINTING INDEX U+261E | WHITE SCISSORS U+2704 | WHITE SHOGI PIECE U+2616 | WHITE SMILING FACE U+263A | WHITE SQUARE BRACKET, LEFT U+301A | WHITE SQUARE BRACKET, RIGHT U+301B | WHITE STAR U+2606 | WHITE SUN WITH RAYS U+263C | WHITE TELEPHONE U+260F | WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, LEFT U+3018 | WHITE TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, RIGHT U+3019 | WHITE TRAPEZIUM U+23E2 | WHITE UP POINTING INDEX U+261D | WHITE VERTICAL BAR U+2AFE | WHITE VERTICAL BAR, N-ARY U+2AFF | WIDE BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING U+20E9 | Wiggly Fences U+29D8 | wj U+2060 | WON SIGN U+20A9 | WORD JOINER U+2060 | Word Separators, Aegean U+10100 | Words, Squared Katakana U+3300 | WORDSPACE, ETHIOPIC U+1361 | working day symbol U+2692 | WREATH PRODUCT U+2240 | WRITING HAND U+270D | WYNN, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+01F7 | WYNN, LATIN LETTER U+01BF


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/x.htm

Description Unicode Value X ABOVE, COMBINING U+033D | X BELOW, COMBINING U+0353 | X IN A RECTANGLE BOX U+2327 | X WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E8D | X WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E8B | X, BALLOT U+2717 | X, BALLOT BOX WITH U+2612 | X, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER U+036F | X, HEAVY BALLOT U+2718 | X, HEAVY MULTIPLICATION U+2716 | X, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02E3 | X, MULTIPLICATION U+2715 | XOR U+22BB


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/y.htm

Description Unicode Value Y WITH ACUTE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+00DD | Y WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FD | Y WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0177 | Y WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+0178 | Y WITH DIAERESIS, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+00FF | Y WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E8F | Y WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EF5 | Y WITH GRAVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EF3 | Y WITH HOOK ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EF7 | Y WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01B4 | Y WITH MACRON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0233 | Y WITH RING ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E99 | Y WITH STROKE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U+024E | Y WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+024F | Y WITH TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1EF9 | Y, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+028F | Y, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED U+028E | Y, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL U+02B8 | Y, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL U+2144 | YAMAKKAN, THAI CHARACTER U+0E4E | YEAR SIGN, TAMIL U+0BF5 | YEN SIGN U+00A5 | yentamna, armenian U+058A | Yi Radicals U+A490 | Yi Syllables U+A000 | Yiddish Digraphs U+05F0 | yield, does not U+22A3 | yields U+22A2 | Yijing / I Ching Hexagram Symbols U+4DC0 | Yijing / I Ching Monogram and Digram Symbols U+268A | | YIN YANG U+262F | YOGH, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+021D | YPOGEGRAMMENI, COMBINING GREEK U+0345 | YR, LATIN LETTER U+01A6 | yuan sign U+00A5


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/z.htm

Description Unicode Value z bar, latin small letter U+01B6 | Z NOTATION BAG MEMBERSHIP U+22FF | Z NOTATION SPOT U+2981 | Z NOTATION TYPE COLON U+2982 | Z WITH ACUTE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+017A | Z WITH CARON, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+017E | Z WITH CIRCUMFLEX, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E91 | Z WITH CURL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0291 | Z WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+017C | Z WITH DOT BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E93 | Z WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0225 | Z WITH LINE BELOW, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+1E95 | Z WITH RETROFLEX HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0290 | Z WITH STROKE, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+01B6 | Z WITH SWASH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER U+0240 | Z, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL U+2128 | Z, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL U+2124 | Z, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL U+1D22 | Zapf Dingbats Series 100, ITC U+2700 | ZERO WIDTH JOINER U+200D | ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE U+FEFF | ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER U+200C | ZERO WIDTH SPACE U+200B | ZERO, CIRCLED DIGIT U+24EA | ZERO, IDEOGRAPHIC NUMBER U+3007 | ZERO, SUPERSCRIPT U+2070 | ZIGZAG ABOVE, COMBINING U+035B | Zodiacal Symbols U+2648 | zwj U+200D | zwnbsp U+FEFF | zwnj U+200C | zwsp U+200B


(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/other.htm

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(E?)(L1) http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/block/index.htm

Unicode Blocks

Summary: The Unicode standard arranges groups of characters together in blocks. This is the complete list of blocks.

Detail
Name From To # Codepoints

Basic Latin U+0000 U+007F (128) | Latin-1 Supplement U+0080 U+00FF (128) | Latin Extended-A U+0100 U+017F (128) | Latin Extended-B U+0180 U+024F (208) | IPA Extensions U+0250 U+02AF (96) | Spacing Modifier Letters U+02B0 U+02FF (80) | Combining Diacritical Marks U+0300 U+036F (112) | Greek and Coptic U+0370 U+03FF (134) | Cyrillic U+0400 U+04FF (256) | Cyrillic Supplement U+0500 U+052F (36) | Armenian U+0530 U+058F (86) | Hebrew U+0590 U+05FF (87) | Arabic U+0600 U+06FF (250) | Syriac U+0700 U+074F (77) | Arabic Supplement U+0750 U+077F (48) | Thaana U+0780 U+07BF (50) | NKo U+07C0 U+07FF (59) | Devanagari U+0900 U+097F (112) | Bengali U+0980 U+09FF (91) | Gurmukhi U+0A00 U+0A7F (79) | Gujarati U+0A80 U+0AFF (83) | Oriya U+0B00 U+0B7F (84) | Tamil U+0B80 U+0BFF (72) | Telugu U+0C00 U+0C7F (93) | Kannada U+0C80 U+0CFF (86) | | Sinhala U+0D80 U+0DFF (80) | Thai U+0E00 U+0E7F (87) | Lao U+0E80 U+0EFF (65) | Tibetan U+0F00 U+0FFF (201) | Myanmar U+1000 U+109F (156) | Georgian U+10A0 U+10FF (83) | Hangul Jamo U+1100 U+11FF (240) | Ethiopic U+1200 U+137F (356) | Ethiopic Supplement U+1380 U+139F (26) | Cherokee U+13A0 U+13FF (85) | Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics U+1400 U+167F (630) | Ogham U+1680 U+169F (29) | Runic U+16A0 U+16FF (81) | Tagalog U+1700 U+171F (20) | Hanunoo U+1720 U+173F (23) | Buhid U+1740 U+175F (20) | Tagbanwa U+1760 U+177F (18) | Khmer U+1780 U+17FF (114) | Mongolian U+1800 U+18AF (156) | Limbu U+1900 U+194F (66) | Tai Le U+1950 U+197F (35) | New Tai Lue U+1980 U+19DF (80) | Khmer Symbols U+19E0 U+19FF (32) | Buginese U+1A00 U+1A1F (30) | Balinese U+1B00 U+1B7F (121) | Sundanese U+1B80 U+1BBF (55) | Lepcha U+1C00 U+1C4F (74) | Ol Chiki U+1C50 U+1C7F (48) | Phonetic Extensions U+1D00 U+1D7F (128) | Phonetic Extensions Supplement U+1D80 U+1DBF (64) | Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement U+1DC0 U+1DFF (41) | Latin Extended Additional U+1E00 U+1EFF (256) | Greek Extended U+1F00 U+1FFF (233) | General Punctuation U+2000 U+206F (107) | Superscripts and Subscripts U+2070 U+209F (34) | Currency Symbols U+20A0 U+20CF (22) | Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols U+20D0 U+20FF (33) | Letterlike Symbols U+2100 U+214F (80) | Number Forms U+2150 U+218F (54) | Arrows U+2190 U+21FF (112) | Mathematical Operators U+2200 U+22FF (256) | Miscellaneous Technical U+2300 U+23FF (232) | Control Pictures U+2400 U+243F (39) | Optical Character Recognition U+2440 U+245F (11) | Enclosed Alphanumerics U+2460 U+24FF (160) | Box Drawing U+2500 U+257F (128) | Block Elements U+2580 U+259F (32) | Geometric Shapes U+25A0 U+25FF (96) | Miscellaneous Symbols U+2600 U+26FF (191) | Dingbats U+2700 U+27BF (174) | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A U+27C0 U+27EF (44) | Supplemental Arrows-A U+27F0 U+27FF (16) | Braille Patterns U+2800 U+28FF (256) | Supplemental Arrows-B U+2900 U+297F (128) | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B U+2980 U+29FF (128) | Supplemental Mathematical Operators U+2A00 U+2AFF (256) | Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows U+2B00 U+2BFF (82) | Glagolitic U+2C00 U+2C5F (94) | Latin Extended-C U+2C60 U+2C7F (29) | Coptic U+2C80 U+2CFF (114) | Georgian Supplement U+2D00 U+2D2F (38) | Tifinagh U+2D30 U+2D7F (55) | Ethiopic Extended U+2D80 U+2DDF (79) | Cyrillic Extended-A U+2DE0 U+2DFF (32) | Supplemental Punctuation U+2E00 U+2E7F (49) | Kangxi Radicals U+2F00 U+2FDF (214) | Ideographic Description Characters U+2FF0 U+2FFF (12) | Hiragana U+3040 U+309F (93) | Katakana U+30A0 U+30FF (96) | Bopomofo U+3100 U+312F (41) | Hangul Compatibility Jamo U+3130 U+318F (94) | Kanbun U+3190 U+319F (16) | Bopomofo Extended U+31A0 U+31BF (24) | Katakana Phonetic Extensions U+31F0 U+31FF (16) | Yijing Hexagram Symbols U+4DC0 U+4DFF (64) | Yi Syllables U+A000 U+A48F (1165) | Yi Radicals U+A490 U+A4CF (55) | Vai U+A500 U+A63F (300) | Cyrillic Extended-B U+A640 U+A69F (78) | Modifier Tone Letters U+A700 U+A71F (32) | Latin Extended-D U+A720 U+A7FF (114) | Syloti Nagri U+A800 U+A82F (44) | Phags-pa U+A840 U+A87F (56) | Saurashtra U+A880 U+A8DF (81) | Kayah Li U+A900 U+A92F (48) | Rejang U+A930 U+A95F (37) | Cham U+AA00 U+AA5F (83) | Hangul Syllables U+AC00 U+D7AF (2) | | Private Use Area U+E000 U+F8FF (2) | Alphabetic Presentation Forms U+FB00 U+FB4F (58) | Arabic Presentation Forms-A U+FB50 U+FDFF (595) | Variation Selectors U+FE00 U+FE0F (16) | Vertical Forms U+FE10 U+FE1F (10) | Combining Half Marks U+FE20 U+FE2F (7) | Small Form Variants U+FE50 U+FE6F (26) | Arabic Presentation Forms-B U+FE70 U+FEFF (141) | Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms U+FF00 U+FFEF (225) | Specials U+FFF0 U+FFFF (5) | Linear B Syllabary U+10000 U+1007F (88) | Linear B Ideograms U+10080 U+100FF (123) | Aegean Numbers U+10100 U+1013F (57) | Ancient Greek Numbers U+10140 U+1018F (75) | Ancient Symbols U+10190 U+101CF (12) | Phaistos Disc U+101D0 U+101FF (46) | Lycian U+10280 U+1029F (29) | Carian U+102A0 U+102DF (49) | Old Italic U+10300 U+1032F (35) | Gothic U+10330 U+1034F (27) | Ugaritic U+10380 U+1039F (31) | Old Persian U+103A0 U+103DF (50) | Deseret U+10400 U+1044F (80) | Shavian U+10450 U+1047F (48) | Osmanya U+10480 U+104AF (40) | Cypriot Syllabary U+10800 U+1083F (55) | Phoenician U+10900 U+1091F (27) | Lydian U+10920 U+1093F (27) | Kharoshthi U+10A00 U+10A5F (65) | Cuneiform U+12000 U+123FF (879) | Cuneiform Numbers and Punctuation U+12400 U+1247F (103) | Byzantine Musical Symbols U+1D000 U+1D0FF (246) | Musical Symbols U+1D100 U+1D1FF (220) | Ancient Greek Musical Notation U+1D200 U+1D24F (70) | Tai Xuan Jing Symbols U+1D300 U+1D35F (87) | Counting Rod Numerals U+1D360 U+1D37F (18) | Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols U+1D400 U+1D7FF (996) | Mahjong Tiles U+1F000 U+1F02F (44) | Domino Tiles U+1F030 U+1F09F (100) | Tags U+E0000 U+E007F (97) | Variation Selectors Supplement U+E0100 U+E01EF (240) | Supplementary Private Use Area-A U+F0000 U+FFFFF (2) | Supplementary Private Use Area-B U+100000 U+10FFFF (2)


flaggenkunde
Flaggenkunde
Flaggen-Glossar
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Flaggenkunde e.V.

(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggenkunde.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggenkunde.de/deutscheflaggen/deutscheflaggen.htm
Bund | Länder | Kommunen (Städte/Gemeinden; Landkreise; Höhere Kommunalverbände) | siehe auch Flaggentypen; Historische Flaggen; Beflaggungstage | English Abstract

Baden-Württemberg | Berlin | Brandenburg | Bremen | Hamburg | Hessen | Niedersachsen | Nordrhein-Westfalen | Rheinland-Pfalz | Saarland | Sachsen | Sachsen-Anhalt | Schleswig-Holstein | Thüringen

Flaggen kreisfreier Städte | Landkreisflaggen | Flaggen der Höheren Kommunalverbände

Flaggentypen: Hissflaggen, Banner, Knatterflaggen ... | Beflaggungstage | Historische Flaggen

(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggenkunde.de/flaggenkunde/glossar.htm
Flaggen-Glossar

flaggenlexikon Flaggen-Lexikon

Die Flaggen zu den einzelnen Ländern habe ich dem Flaggenlexikon entnommen.

Ich habe die Flaggen mit grösster Sorgfalt und nach bestem Wissen zugeordnet. Allerdings kann ich dafür keine Haftung übernehmen.

(E?)(L1) http://www.flaggenlexikon.de/
Hier findet man fast alle Flaggen der Welt. Zusätzlich zur alphabetischen Liste gibt es auch einen Flaggenfinder zur Flaggensuche mit Hilfe geometrischer Merkmale.

Volker's Flaggenlexikon




www.flaggenlexikon.de ist eine reine Hobbyseite, und soll vordergründig als Nachschlagewerk dienen, und die Welt der Flaggen einem interessierten Betrachter erschließen.

Bei www.flaggenlexikon.de sind Flaggen, Daten und Fakten von allen offiziell anerkannten Staaten der Erde aufgeführt, von sezessionistischen Gebieten, ebenso historische Flaggen, viele Provinzflaggen oder territorial untergeordnete Gebiete, Flaggen von Völkern, und soweit bekannt, die Sonderflaggen von Staaten und Territorien, wie Handels- und Marineflaggen oder Flaggen der Staatsoberhäupter. Der Flaggen-Finder bietet die Möglichkeit eine einmal gesehene Flagge unkompliziert und schnell zuzuordnen.
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Lexikon der Flaggen von Preuß, Volker

Hilfe bei der Suche nach Flaggen eines bestimmten Gebietes, Staates, Nation oder Kolonie ... z.B. Oder auch Hilfe bei der Suche nach Flaggen von internationalen und regionalen Organisationen usw.

Im Flaggenlexikon findet man folgende Flaggen:

Gesamtverzeichnis:

Æro Abchasien Aboriginal-Territorien Abruzzen Abu Dhabi Aceh Acre Aden-Kolonie Aden-Protektorat Adscharien Adygea Aerö Ägypten Äquatorial-Guinea Äthiopien Afar und Issa Afghanistan Aghion Oros Ainu Ajman Akadiana Akadien Akrotiri und Dhekelia Alabama Åland-Inseln Alaska Albanien Alberta Alderney Algerien Alo Altai Amalfi Amerikanisch Samoa Andalusien Andorra Angola Angoumois Anguilla Anhalt Anjou Anjouan Ankole Antigua Aostatal Apulien Aquitanien Arabische Liga Aragonien Arakan Argentinien Arizona Arkansas Armenien Aruba ASEAN Aserbaidschan Asir Assam Asturien Athos Aunis Australien Awarenreich Azoren Baden Baden-Württemberg Bahamas Bahrein Balearen Balkarien Banat Bangladesch Bantustans Barbados Baschkirien Basilicata Baskenland Batu-Reich Batwa Bayern Bearn Belarus Belau Belgien Belize Benin Bergkarabachien Berlin Bermudas Berry Betschuanaland Bhutan Biafra Böhmen Böhmen und Mähren Bolivien Bophutatswana Bosniaken (Moslems) Bosnien-Herzegowina Bosnisch-Kroatische Föderation Bosnische Serbenrepublik Botswana Bougainville Bourbonnais Brandenburg Brasilien Braunschweig BRD Bremen Bretagne Britisches Antarktis-Territorium Britische Jungferninseln Britisches Territorium im Indischen Ozean Britische Westpazifische Territorien Britisch-Kolumbien Brunei Buchara Buchenland Buganda Bukowina Bulgarien Bunyoro Burenrepubliken Burgenland Burgund Burjatien Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Byzantinisches Reich Cabinda CARICOM Casamance Caymaninseln Ceuta Ceylon Chakassien Champagne Chantien-Mansien Chatham-Inseln Chile China Chin-Staat Chittagong-Bergland Chiwa Choresm Christliche Flagge Ciskei Cochin-China (Südkambodscha) Cocos-Inseln Colorado Commonwealth of Nations Connecticut Cookinseln Corn-Inseln Cornwall Costa Rica Cóte d'Ivoire CSA Dänemark Dagestan Dahome Dalmatien Danzig Darfur DDR Delaware Deutscher Ordensstaat Deutschland Dhofar District of Columbia Dithmarschen Djibouti Dominika Dominikanische Republik Domowina Dschibuti Dubai Ekuador Elfenbeinküste Elliceinseln El Salvador Elsaß Elsaß-Lothringen Emìlia-Romagna England Epirus Eritrea Estland Eupen-Malmédy-St.Vith Europäische Bewegung Europäische Union - EU Ewenkien Extremadura Färöer-Inseln FAO - Welternähungsorganisation Fehmarn Fernöstliche Republik Fidschi Finnland Fiume Flandern Florida Föderation Südarabischer Emirate Foix Franche-Comté Franken Frankreich Französische Gemeinschaft Französisches Südpolarmeergebiet Französisch-Guayana Französisch-Polynesien Friaul-Julisch-Venetien Friesen Fujaira Gabun Gagausien Gagausisches Reich Galapagos-Inseln Galizien (span.) Galmudug Gambia Gascogne Gazankulu Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten - GUS Genua Georgia (USA) Georgien Geycha-Zangesur Ghana Ghasnawiden-Reich Gibraltar Gilbertinseln Görz Goldene Horde Goldküste Gorno-Altai Goshen Gotha Geycha-Zangesur Grenada Grenzmark Posen-Westpreußen Griechenland Grönland Großbritannien Grusinien Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea-Bissau GUS - Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten Guyana Guyenne Haiti Hamburg Hannover Hasaren-Reich Hawaii Hedschas Herm Herzeg-Bosna Hessen Hessen-Darmstadt Hessen-Nassau Hochaltai Hohenzollern Homelands Honduras Hongkong Hunnenreich (Attila) IAEA - int. Atomenergiebehörde ICAO - int. Zivilluftfahrtorganisation Idaho Illinois ILO - int. Arbeitsorganisation IMCO - int. Schifffahrtsorganisation Indiana Indien Indonesien Ingermanland Inguschien Inkeri Int. Arbeitsorganisation - ILO Int. Atomenergiebehörde - IAEA Int. Fernmeldeverein - ITU Int. Olympisches Komitee - IOC Int. Org. f. geistiges Eigentum - WIPO Int. Schifffahrtsorganisation - IMCO Int. Zivilluftfahrtorganisation - ICAO Ionische Inseln Iowa Irak Iran Irian-Jaya Irland Ischkerien Islamische Konferenz - OIC Island Israel Istrien Italien ITU - int. Fernmeldeverein Jakutien Jamaika Jamal-Nenzien Japan Jemen Jerusalem Jersey Johanniter-Orden Johore Jordanien Jubaland Judenrepublik Jugoslawien Jugra Jungferninseln der USA Kabardien Kabardino-Balkarien Kärnten Kalabrien Kalifornien Kalmükien Kambodscha Kamerun Kampanien Kanada Kanaky Kanarische Inseln Kangwane Kansas Kantabrien Kapkolonie Kapverden Karachaniden-Reich Karakalpakien Karatschajewo-Tscherkessien Karelien Karenland Karibische Föderation Karpato-Ukraine Kasachstan Kasai Kaschubei Kastilien Kastilien-La Mancha Kastilien-León Katanga Katar Kathiri Kaukasus-Emirat Kawthoolei Kedah Keeling-Inseln Kelantan Kenia Kentucky Khalistan Khmer Khmer Krom (Südkambodscha) Kibris Kirgistan Kiribati Königreich beider Sizilien Kokand Kokosinseln Kolumbien Komi Komi-Permjakien Komoren Konföderierte Staaten von Amerika Kongo Kongo-Brazzaville Kongo-Kinshasa Korea (Nord-) Korea (Süd-) Korjakien Korsika Kostarika Krain Krim Krim-Tatarstan Kroatien Kuala Lumpur Küstenland Kuba Kumanisches Reich Kumyken Kurdistan Kuweit Kwandebele Kwazulu Labrador Labuan Languedoc Laos Lappland La Rioja Latium Lebowa León Lesotho Lettland Libanon Liberia Libyen Liechtenstein Ligurien Limousin Lingga Lippe-Detmold Litauen Livland Lombardei Lord-Howe-Insel Lothringen Louisiana Lübeck Luxemburg Lyonnais Maakhir Macau Madagaskar Madeira Madrid Mahdi-Staat Mähren Maine (frz.) Maine (USA) Makedonien (Staat) Makedonien (griechische Provinz) Malakka Malawi Malaya Malaysia Malediven Mali Malta Malteser-Orden Man Mandschukuo Manitoba Maori Marche (in Frankreich) Marche (in Italien) Marianen Mari El Marken Marokko Marquesas-Inseln Marshall-Inseln Martinique Maryland Massachusetts Masuren Mauretanien Mauritius Mayotte Mazedonien Mecklenburg Mekamui Melilla Memelgebiet Mexiko Michigan Midway Mikronesien Minnesota Missisippi Missouri Mizoram Moldau Moldawien Molise Molukken Monaco Mongolei Mongolisches Reich (Batu) Mongolisches Reich (Timur) Mon-Staat Montana Montenegro Montserrat Mordwinien Moros-Staat Mosambik Moskitoküste Murcia Myanmar Nachitschewan Nagaland Nagorno-Karabach Namibia Natal NATO - Nordatlantikpakt Nauru Navarra (frz.) Navarra (span.) Neapel Nebraska Nedschd Negeri Sembilan Nenzien Nepal Neubraunschweig Neue Hebriden Neue Republik Neufundland Neukaledonien Neuseeland Neuschottland Neusüdwales Neu Hampshire Neu Jersey Neu Mexiko Neu-Niederland Neuschweden Neu York Nevada Nevis Ngwana Niederlande Niederösterreich Niedersachsen Niederschlesien Niger Nigeria Nikaragua Niue Nivernais Nizza Njassaland Nordatlantikpakt - NATO Nord Carolina Nord Dakota Nordfriesland Nordirland Nordischer Rat Nordjemen Nordkaukasus Nordkorea Nordmarianen Nordossetien Nordrhein-Westfalen Nordrhodesien Nordterritorium (austral.) Nordwest-Territorien (kan.) Nordzypern Norfolkinsel Normandie Norwegen Nunavut-Territorium Oberösterreich Oberschlesien Obervolta Organisation Amerikanischer Staaten - OAS Organisation für Afrikanische Einheit - OAU Organisation Zentralamerikanischer Staaten Österreich Österreichisch-Schlesien Österreich-Ungarn Ogaden Ohio OIC - Islamische Konferenz Okinawa Oklahoma Oldenburg Oman Ontario Orange-River-Kolonie Oranje-Freistaat Oregon Orkney-Inseln Orléanais Osmanisches Reich Ostafrikanische Gemeinschaft Ostanglien Osterinsel Ostfriesland Ostjakien Ostpreußen Oströmisches Reich Osttimor Ostturkestan Pahang Pakistan Palästina Palau-Inseln Panama Panamakanalzone Panamerikanische Union Papua-Neuguinea Paraguay Pazifische Gemeinschaft Pennsylvania Perak Perlis Persien Peru Pfalz Picardie Piemont Pinang Pisa Pitcairn Poitou Polen Pommern Portugal Posen Posen-Westpreußen (Grenzmark) Preußen Prinz-Eduard-Insel Provinz Sachsen Puerto Rico Puntland Putrajaya Qu'aiti-Staat Qwaqwa Quebec Queensland Rapa Nui Ras al-Khaima Réunion Reuß Reuß ältere Linie Reuß jüngere Linie Rheinland-Pfalz Rheinprovinz Rhode Insel Rhodesien Rio de Oro Römisches Reich Roter Davidsstern Roter Halbmond Rotes Kreuz Roter Löwe Roussillon Ruanda Rügen Rumänien Russland Ruthenen Ryukyu-Inseln Saarland Sabah Sacha Sachsen Sachsen (Provinz) Sachsen-Altenburg Sachsen-Anhalt Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg Sachsen-Meiningen Sahara St. Helena St. Kitts und Nevis St. Lucia St. Martin (nied.) St. Martin (frz.) Saintonge St. Pierre und Miquelon St. Vincent Salomonen Salzburg Sambia Samland Samoa San Andrés y Providencia San Marino Sansibar Sao Tomé und Principe Sarawak Sardinien Sark Saskatchewan Saudi-Arabien Savoyen Scania Schanland Schaumburg-Lippe Schihr und Makalla Schlesien Schlesien (Österreichisch-) Schleswig-Holstein Schonen Schottland Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt Schwarzburg-Sondershausen Schweden Schweiz Sealand SEATO - Südostasienpakt Seborga Selangor Seldschukenreich Senegal Serbenrepublik (Bosnien) Serbien Serbien und Montenegro Seychellen Shaba Sharja Shetland-Inseln Siam Sibirien Sierra Leone Sigave Sikkim Simbabwe Singapur Sinkiang Sizilien Sizilien, Königreich beider Slawonien Slowakei Slowenien Somalia Somaliland Sorben Sowjetunion Spanien Sri Lanka Staat des Deutschen Ordens Stellaland Straits Settlements Sudan Sudetenland Südafrika Südafrikanische Republik Südarabische Föderation Südaustralien Süd Carolina Süd Dakota Südjemen Südkasai Südkorea Südmolukken-Ambon Südossetien Südostasienpakt - SEATO Südpazifische Kommission Südrhodesien Südsudan Südtirol Südwestsomalia Südwestafrika Südvietnam Südzypern Suriname Suryoye Swan-Inseln Swasiland Syrien Tadshikistan Taiwan Tamil Eelam Tanganjika Tannu-Tuwa Tansania Tatarstan Templerorden Tennessee Terengganu Texas Thailand Thüringen Tibet Tigray (Tigre) Timor Leste Timur-Reich Tirol Tobago Togo Tokelau-Inseln Tonga Toro Torres-Straße-Inseln Toskana Transkarpatien Transkaukasische Sowjetrepublik Transkei Transnistrien Transvaal Trentino Alto-Adige Trient-Südtirol Triest Trinidad Trinidad und Tobago Tschagos-Archipel Tschad Tschechei Tschechoslowakei Tscherkessien Tschetschenien Tschinstaat Tschukotka Tschuwaschien Türkei Tunesien Turkestan Turkmenistan Turks- und Caicos-Inseln Tuvalu Tuwa Udmurtien UdSSR Uganda Uiguren-Reich Ukraine Umbrien Umm al-Kaiwain UNESCO Ungarn UNO - Vereinte Nationen UPU - Weltpostverein Uruguay Urundi USA Usbekistan Utah Uvea Valencia Vanuatu Vatikan Venaissin Venda Venedig (Venetien) Venezuela Vereinte Nationen - UNO Vereinigte Arabische Emirate Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika Vereinigte Staaten von Nordasien Vereinigte Staaten von Zentralamerika Vermont Vertragsoman Victoria Vietnam Virginia Vorarlberg Wake-Inseln Walachei Waldeck Wales Wallis und Futuna Wallonien Washington Weihaiwei Weihnachtsinsel Weißhunnen-Reich Weißrussland Weißruthenien Welternähungsorganisation - FAO Weltgesundheitsorganisation - WHO Weltmeteorologieorganisation - WMO Weltpostverein - UPU Wepsien Westaustralien Westeuropäische Union - WEU Westfalen Westflorida Westindische Föderation Westirian Westmongolisches Reich (Batu) Westpreußen Westsahara Westsamoa West Virginia WEU - Westeuropäische Union WHO - Weltgesundheitsorganisation Wien Windward-Inseln WIPO - int. Org. f. geistiges Eigentum Wisconsin WMO - Weltmeteorologieorganisation Wogulien Wojwodina Wolgadeutsche Wursten, Land Württemberg Württemberg-Baden Württemberg-Hohenzollern Wyoming Xinjiang Yukon-Territorium Zaire Zentralafrika Zentralamerikanische Konföderation Zypern


(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggenlexikon.de/d-flagb.htm

Flaggenbegriffe:
Banner | Bikolore | Blue Ensign | Dienstflagge | Dippen | Doppelstander | Emblem | Ensign | Fahne | Flagge | Flugseite | Gastlandflagge | Gösch | Halbmast | Handelsflagge | Hoheitszeichen | Knatterfahne | Kommandozeichen | Kriegsflagge | Landesfarben | Liek | Marineflagge | Nationalflagge | Oberecke | Rangabzeichen | Red Ensign | Seitenverhältnis = Flaggenproportionen | Splittflagge | Staatsflagge | Staatswappen | Standarte | Stander | Trauerbeflaggung | Trikolore | Union Jack | White Ensign | Wimpel


flaggen-server
Flaggen-Server (Frank Towet)

(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggen-server.de/




(E?)(L?) http://www.flaggen-server.de/main/glossar.php
Flaggen-Glossar

flags
World Flag Database
national and regional flags

(E?)(L1) http://www.flags.net/
This is a list of all the organizations, countries, territories and sub-national regions covered by the database. Countries and territories are shown in bold. Sub-national regions have their country shown in brackets. Note that where an overseas territory is considered a part of its parent country it is marked as a sub-national (eg. French Guiana).

G

Gentium (W3)

Die Benennung "Gentium" bezieht sich auf lat. "gens", Genitiv "gentis", lat. "genus" = "Geschlecht", "Art", "Gattung" und lat. "gignere" = "hervorbringen", "erzeugen". In Anlehnung an "Jus Gentium" = "Völkerrecht" dürfte hier die Interpretation "Gentium" = "Völker(schrift)" zulässig sein.

"Gentium" - a typeface for the nations.

(E?)(L?) http://www.languagehat.com/archives/2004_02.php


(E?)(L?) http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&item_id=Gentium

"Gentium" is a typeface family designed to enable the diverse ethnic groups around the world who use the Latin script to produce readable, high-quality publications. It supports a wide range of Latin-based alphabets and includes glyphs that correspond to all the Latin ranges of Unicode.

The design is intended to be highly readable, reasonably compact, and visually attractive. The additional ‘extended’ Latin letters are designed to naturally harmonize with the traditional 26 ones. Diacritics are treated with careful thought and attention to their use. Gentium also supports both ancient and modern Greek, including a number of alternate forms. These fonts were originally the product of two years of research and study by the designer at the University of Reading, England, as part of an MA program in Typeface Design.


geonames
Writing systems
Schreibsysteme

(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphab.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphce.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphfj.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphkl.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphmq.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphrs.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/alphtz.html
Unicode test page and transliteration / transcription tables for writing systems (alphabets, abjads, syllabaries) of various languages

geopostcodes.com
Postcodes
Postleitzahlen

(E?)(L?) http://www.geopostcodes.com/


Erstellt: 2013-06

Gestuno (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.safat.com/gestuno.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.dgsd.de/Deaf/gebspra.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/pages-layout/gestuno.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestuno_language


gilthserano
Buchstabieralphabete
Nationales und Internationales Buchstabieralphabet


Kennen Sie das auch? Eine schlechte Telefonverbindung, ein schwieriger Name den Sie buchstabieren müssen und schon geht die Überlegung los - was sag ich wohl. Aus diesem Grund wurden weltweit Standards festgelegt, die die einzelnen Buchstaben unmissverständlich machen und somit die Kommunikation erleichtern. Hier sehen Sie nun ein paar Beispiele der für uns Deutschen wichtigsten Buchstabieralphabete.




grammarbook
Key Strokes for Some Symbols

(E?)(L?) http://www.grammarbook.com/keystrokes.asp

To form signs and symbols, the following works on most desktop computers in WORD, WORKS, e-mail, etc. Hold down the Alt key while you press the numbers on the right side of the keyboard. Make sure the Num Lock is on.
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H

henniger-online
ISO-Latin-1 (8859-1)-Zeichensatz

(E6)(L?) http://www.henniger-online.de/design/zeichen.htm

Der ISO-Latin-1 (8859-1)-Zeichensatz beinhaltet: Grund für den Einsatz von Entitäten = spezielle Sonderzeichen = Ersatzzeichen

Die dann folgende Tabelle enthält einige Beispiele.
Zeichen | Character Entity | Hex-Wert | General Entity | Beschreibung

als Beispiel:
$ | $ | $ | 24 | $ | Dollarzeichen


historian
The History of Writing

(E?)(L?) http://www.historian.net/hxwrite.htm
A well illustrated history of writing.

Links zu:
[Amharic] [Arabic] [Aramaic] [Armenian] [Bengali] [Berber] [Brahmi] [Burmese] [Cham] [Chinese Characters] [Chinese Pictograms] [Coptic] [Cuniform] [Cyrillic] [Etruscan] [Georgian] [Greek] [Gujerati] [Hebrew] [Hindi] [Japanese] [Javanese] [Kanarda] [Khmer] [Korean] [Lao] [Latin (Roman and Modern)] [Lepcha] [Linear B] [Mayan] [Mongolian] [Nastaliq] [Oriya] [Phonecian] [Punjabi] [Runic] [Samaritan] [Sanskrit] [Sinhalese] [Syriac] [Tamil] [Telugu] [Thai] [Tibetan] [Tocharian] [Ugarit]

hymne
Thomas Jost's Hymnen und Flaggen

(E?)(L?) http://www.hymne.net/


I

IMDG Code
IMDG Code (W3)

"IMDG Code" steht für "International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code".

(E?)(L?) http://www.imo.org/


(E?)(L?) http://www.imo.org/Safety/index.asp?topic_id=158

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code was developed as a uniform international code for the transport of dangerous goods by sea covering such matters as packing, container traffic and stowage, with particular reference to the segregation of incompatible substances.

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code was first published in 1965 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO formerly International Maritime Consultative Organization IMCO). The IMO is responsible for periodic updating of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) which governs the vast majority of shipments of hazardous materials by water. The IMDG Code is intended to provide for the safe transportation of hazardous materials by vessel and to prevent marine pollution. The Code is based on the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods but also includes additional requirements applicable to the transport of hazardous materials by sea (e.g. requirements for marine pollutants, freight containers, stowage and segregation as well other requirements applicable to shipboard safety and preservation of the marine environment) that are not covered by the UN Recommendations. The IMDG Code is maintained and updated by IMO's Dangerous Goods, Solid Cargoes and Containers (DSC) Sub-Committee. The Code is recommended to governments for adoption as the basis for national regulations in conjunction with the governments' obligations under the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea and the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships.


(E?)(L?) http://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/regs/sp-a/approvals/imdg-icao
International IMDG/ICAO

infoplease
Sign language

(E?)(L1) http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/society/A0845193.html


ISO
International Organization for Standardization (International Standards Organization)

(E?)(L?) http://www.iso.ch/
Die ISO ist die Dachorganisation von 139 nationalen Normungsausschüssen, darunter z.B. ANSI (American National Standards Institute) oder DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung). Die ISO selbst ist Mitglied bei ITU-T.

Aufgabe der ISO ist es, die von den einzelnen Ländern vorgeschlagenen Standardisierungen abzustimmen, zu vereinheitlichen und dann den nationalen Ausschüssen als Empfehlung weiter zu geben.

Zwei der bekanntesten Beispiele dürften der "ASCII-Zeichensatz" sein, der 1968, 1977 und 1986 Thema war, und der Begriff "Qualitätsmanagement", der unter dem Kürzel ISO 9000 publik wurde.

Isotype (W3)

Engl. "Isotype" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "ísos" = dt. "ähnlich", "entsprechend", "gleich" und griech. "týpos" = dt. "Gepräge", "Schlag", griech. "týptein" = dt. "schlagen", "hauen", lat. "typus" = dt. "Bild", "Figur", "Form", "Modell", frz. "type" = dt. "Typ", "Grundform", "Letter", "Buchstabe". Engl. "Isotype" könnte man also als "Ähnliches Zeichen" übersetzen.

Die "Isotypie" = dt. "einen bestimmten Typ betreffend", findet man u.a. in der Chemie als Bezeichnung für das Auftreten kristallgeometrischer Ähnlichkeiten. Isotype Kristalle gehören dabei zwar zum gleichen Strukturtyp, bilden aber keine Mischkristalle.

Im speziellen Fall steht "ISOTYPE" für "International System Of TYpographic Picture Education". Diese Methode zur Visualisierung statistischer Daten wurde von dem wiener Soizalwissenschaftler und Philosophen Otto Neurath (1882-1945) entwickelt. Die etwa 4.000 Piktogramme die der beauftragte Designer Gerd Arntz entwarf findet man heute in Statistiken, im industriellen Umfeld, in Bedienungsanleitungen, die in vielen anderen Bereichen. Daraus hat sich eine neue Designrichtung "Infographics" ("Information graphics") entwickelt.

(E?)(L?) http://isi.cbs.nl/glossary/bloken00.htm


(E?)(L?) http://isi.cbs.nl/glossary/term1731.htm
isotype method

(E?)(L?) http://dailyinfographic.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.gerdarntz.org/isotype

Gerd Arntz designed around 4000 signs, which symbolized key data from industry, demographics, politics and economy, for the visual language Isotype.


(E?)(L?) http://www.gerdarntz.org/content/gerd-arntz#isotype

Isotype

The "International System Of TYpographic Picture Education" was developed by the Viennese social scientist and philosopher Otto Neurath (1882-1945) as a method for visual statistics. Gerd Arntz was the designer tasked with making Isotype’s pictograms and visual signs. Eventually, Arntz designed around 4000 such signs, which symbolized keydata from industry, demographics, politics and economy. Otto Neurath saw that the proletariat, which until then had been virtually illiterate, were emancipating, stimulated by socialism. For their advancement, they needed knowledge of the world around them. This knowledge should not be shrined in opaque scientific language, but directly illustrated in straightforward images and a clear structure, also for people who could not, or hardly, read. Another outspoken goal of this method of visual statistics was to overcome barriers of language and culture, and to be universally understood. The pictograms designed by Arntz were systematically employed, in combination with stylized maps and diagrams. Neurath and Arntz made extensive collections of visual statistics in this manner, and their system became a world-wide emulated example of what we now term: infographics.


(E?)(L?) http://grainedit.com/2008/04/09/icographic-journal-isotypes-icons-and-pictograms/

Icographic Journal - Isotypes, Icons and Pictograms


(E?)(L?) http://makingmaps.net/2009/02/17/mapping-with-isotype/

Mapping with Isotype
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I was moving some piles of junk in a storage room and came across a 1934 U.S. Public Works Administration book on Mississippi Valley public works projects (Report of the Mississippi Valley Committee of the Public Works Administration, October 1, 1934). The book is full of maps and other information graphics influenced by Otto Neurath, Gerd Arntz, and Marie Reidemeister’s picture language, isotype.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.minerals.net/mineral_glossary/isotype.aspx


(E2)(L1) http://www.mobot.org/mobot/glossary/list.asp?list=english


(E2)(L1) http://www.mobot.org/mobot/glossary/list.asp?list=french


(E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/isotype


(E?)(L?) http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=onlinedictinvertzoology

"isotype" n. [Gr. "isos", "equal"; typus, image]


(E6)(L1) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotype


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotype_(picture_language)

"Isotype" ("International System of TYpographic Picture Education") is a method of showing social, technological, biological and historical connections in pictorial form. It was first known as the "Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics" ("Wiener Methode der Bildstatistik"), due to its having been developed at the Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsmuseum in Wien (Social and economic museum of Vienna) between 1925 and 1934. The founding director of this museum, Otto Neurath, was the initiator and chief theorist of the Vienna Method. The term "Isotype" was applied to the method around 1935, after its key practitioners were forced to leave Vienna by the rise of Austrian fascism.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_graphics

"Information graphics" or "infographics" are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly, such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. With an information graphic, computer scientists, mathematicians, and statisticians develop and communicate concepts using a single symbol to process information.
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See also


(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=Isotype
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Isotype" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-01

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K

key-shortcut.com
Unicode-Tabellen

(E?)(L?) http://www.key-shortcut.com/zeichentabellen/utf-8-unicode-tabelle-2.html

Unicode - Satzzeichen (Allgemein) Unicode - Hochgestellte und Tiefgestellte Zeichen Unicode - Währungen Unicode - Kombinierende diakritische Zeichen (Symbole) Unicode - Buchstaben-ähnliche Symbole Unicode - Zahlen, Zahlzeichen Unicode - Pfeile Unicode - Mathematik, Operatoren (Symbole) Unicode - Technik, Verschiedenes (Symbole) Unicode - Steuerbilder (Symbole) Unicode - Optische Zeichenerkennung Unicode - Umkreiste Zeichen Unicode - Rahmenzeichnung (Symbole) Unicode - Blockelemente (Symbole) Unicode - Geometrische Formen (Symbole) Unicode - Verschiedenes (Symbole) Unicode - Dingbats (Symbole) Unicode - Mathematik, Verschiedenes (Symbole A) Unicode - Pfeile (Ergänzung A) Unicode - Braille (Blindenschrift) Unicode - Pfeile (Ergänzung B) Unicode - Mathematik, Verschiedenes (Symbole B) Unicode - Mathematik, Operatoren (Ergänzende Symbole) Unicode - Pfeile, Verschiedenes (Symbole) Unicode - Glagolitisch Unicode - Lateinisch (Erweiterung C) Unicode - Koptisch Unicode - Georgisch (Ergänzung) Unicode - Tifinagh Unicode - Äthiopisch (Erweiterung) Unicode - Kyrillisch (Erweiterung A) Unicode - Satzzeichen (Ergänzung) Unicode - CJK-Radikale (Ergänzung) Unicode - Kangxi-Radikale Unicode - nicht belegter Bereich Unicode - Idiografische Beschreibungszeichen


Erstellt: 2014-01

krysstal
World Writing Systems

(E?)(L?) http://www.krysstal.com/writing.html
The history, development and evolution of the world's writing systems Scripts and Writing Systems:
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lemniscate - The Infinity Symbol - ∞-Zeichen
Lemniskate - Das Unendlichkeitssymbol
The Dustbin of History or How the Infinity Symbol Came into Existence

(E?)(L?) http://wordcraft.infopop.cc/Archives/2003-7-Jul.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.languagemonitor.com/wst_page14.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.symbols.com/encyclopedia/25/251.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.symbols.com/encyclopedia/26/2634.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.symbols.com/encyclopedia/27/2717.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Lemniscate.html
"Lemniskate" nennt man eine algebraische Kurve 4. Ordnung, die die Form einer liegenden Acht hat. Diese Form hat auch das Zeichen für "Unendlich" in der Mathematik.

Die Bezeichnung engl. "lemniscate", dt "Lemniskate" geht zurück auf lat. "lemniscatus" = "mit Bändern geschmückt" = "adorned with ribbons" und weiter von lat. "lemniscus" = "Kranzbinde", "Schleife" ("a ribbon hanging down").

Die "gebundene Schleife" hat - wi man an gebundenen Schnürsenkeln leicht sehen kann - in etwa die Form einer liegenden "8": ∞, ∞.
Heute kennt man dieses Zeichen fast nur noch in seiner mathematischen Verwendung.

Als Urheber für das "Unendlichkeitszeichen gilt der britischer Mathematiker John Wallis (1616-1703). Er soll 1656 das lateinische Zeichen für Tausend, das "M" (für "Mille") leicht verändert haben (zu einem umgekehrten "Omega" ω) und als Zeichen für "eine sehr kleine Menge" verwendet haben. Im Laufe der Zeit soll es jedoch die gegenteilige Bedeutung "Unendlich" angenommen haben.

Mathematisch kann man das nachvollziehen: So kommt man von "1" ausgehend durch fortwährende Halbierung zu jeder beliebig kleinen Zahl. Aber das Ergebnis wird dennoch nie "Null" und die Halbierung läßt sich "unendlich" lang fortführen.

Etwas mathematischer ausgedrückt: Die Folge 1/2**n (1 geteilt 2 hoch n) strebt gegen "Null", wenn n gegen "Unendlich" strebt.


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John Wallis (1616-1703) achieved his destiny with the few simple strokes of his quill with which he, in 1656, modified a Roman variation for 1000. This was to serve him simply as the notation for a very small quantity, but, in centuries to come, was to serve the world as the symbol (and signature) of INFINITY.


(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/F.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/FirstLemniscateConstant.html
First Lemniscate Constant

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/H.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/HyperbolicLemniscateFunction.html
Hyperbolic Lemniscate Fun

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Lemniscate.html
Lemniscate

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateCase.html
Lemniscate Case

(E?)(L?) http://pi.lacim.uqam.ca/eng/table_en.html


(E?)(L?) http://pi.lacim.uqam.ca/piDATA/lemni.txt
Lemniscate constant or Gauss constant = 2.622057554292119

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateFunction.html
Lemniscate Function

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateInverseCurve.html
Lemniscate Inverse Curve

(E?)(L1) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Curves/Curves.html


(E?)(L?) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Curves/Lemniscate.html


(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/B.html


(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/BernoulliLemniscate.html
Lemniscate of Bernoulli
Bernoulli Lemniscate

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/G.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/GeronoLemniscate.html


(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/L.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateofGerono.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/EightCurve.html
Lemniscate of Gerono
Gerono Lemniscate

(E?)(L?) http://kursoj.club.fr/revo/werner.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.reta-vortaro.de/revo/
lemniskato

(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateConstant.html
Lemniscate Constant

(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/LemniscateofBernoulli.html
Lemniscate of Bernoulli

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/M.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MandelbrotSetLemniscate.html
Mandelbrot Set Lemniscate

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/P.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PseudolemniscateCase.html
Pseudolemniscate Case

(E6)(L1) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/letters/S.html


(E?)(L?) http://mathworld.wolfram.com/SecondLemniscateConstant.html
Second Lemniscate Constant

(E1)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/
lemniscus

lexilogos
Clavier multiningue

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martin-oehm
Flaggen

(E?)(L1) http://www.martin-oehm.de/flags/

Hier gibt es die Nationalflaggen aller Länder. Es sind GIF-Bilder mit 16 Farben und den Maßen 72x36 Pixel (Wow, das sind Maße!). Ein Fahnen-GIF ist etwa 500 Byte groß. Wer immer schon mal die Fahne von Palau haben wollte, wer seinem senegalesischen Brieffreund per e-Mail eine Freude ins Attachment packen will oder wer sich das C64-Summer-Games-Feeling wieder zurückholen möchte, der kann sich hier das, was er braucht, herunterladen. Ihr könnt Euch die vielen bunten Flaggen aber auch einfach nur staunend anschauen.
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mentalfloss.com
Why Did the Nazis Hijack the Swastika?

(E?)(L?) http://mentalfloss.com/article/57165/why-did-nazis-hijack-swastika

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Before the Nazis started using it and ruined it for everyone, the "swastika" had a long history throughout the world. Archaeologists have found evidence of the symbol’s use everywhere from Europe to Africa to Asia, going back thousands and thousands of years to the Iron and Bronze Ages.
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Erstellt: 2015-02

Moon alphabet (W2)

(E?)(L?) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/moon.htm
Das "Moon alphabet" kommt nicht vom Mond, sondern wurde von "William Moon" eingeführt.

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Origin:
The "Moon alphabet" was invented by Dr. "William Moon" (1818-1894). Dr Moon lost his sight completely at the age of 21 after being partially sighted throughout his childhood. He learnt all the embossed reading systems available at the time but found them unsatisfactory so invented his own system. He brought out his first booklet in the new alphabet, "The Last Days of Polycarp", in 1847.
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Morse Code (W2)

(E?)(L?) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/morsecode.htm

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(-- --- •-• ••• • -•-• --- -•• •)
Origin:
"Morse Code" was invented by "Samuel F. B. Morse" (1791-1872), a painter and founder of the National Academy of Design. He conceived the basic idea of an electromagnetic telegraph in 1832, and produced the first working telegraph set in 1836. This made transmission possible over any distance. The first Morse Code message, "What hath God wrought?", was sent from Washington to Baltimore.
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nationalflaggen
Nationalflaggen

(E?)(L?) http://www.nationalflaggen.de/

Auf Nationalflaggen.de finden Sie die Fahnen und Flaggen von über 200 Ländern der Welt in verschiedenen Variationen. Das heißt insgesamt über 1.100 Flaggen in groß, klein, animiert,...

Dazu bieten wir umfangreiche Länderinformationen zu jedem Land wie zum Beispiel die Größe, Einwohnerzahl, Hauptstadt, Landesprachen und vieles mehr!

Menu: News | Länderübersicht | Organisationen | Flaggen-Shop | Flaggenbücher I | Flaggenbücher II | Reiseführer I | Reiseführer II | Atlanten | Banner / Textlinks | Domains | Impressum / Haftungsausschluss | Nationalflaggen A - Z | Afghanistan | Ägypten | Albanien | Algerien | Andorra | Angola | Antigua und Barbuda | Äquatorialguinea | Argentinien | Armenien | Aserbaidschan | Äthiopien | Australien | Bahamas | Bahrein | Bangladesch | Barbados | Belaurus (siehe Weissrussland) | Belgien | Belize | Benin | Bhutan | Bolivien | Bosnien und Herzegowina | Botsuana | Brasilien | Brunei Darussalam | Bulgarien | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Chile | China | Costa Rica | Dänemark | Deutschland | Deutschland - Bundesländer | Dominica | Dominikanische Republik | Dschibuti | Ecuador | El Salvador | Elfenbeinküste | England | Eritrea | Estland | Fidschi | Finnland | Frankreich | Gabun | Gambia | Georgien | Ghana | Grenada | Griechenland | Großbritannien | England | Nordirland | Schottland | Wales | Guatemala | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Guyana | Haiti | Honduras | Indien | Indonesien | Irak | Iran | Irland | Island | Israel | Italien | Jamaika | Japan | Jemen | Jugoslawien | Kambodscha | Kamerun | Kanada | Kanada - Provinzen und Territorien | Kap Verde | Kasachstan | Katar | Kenia | Kirgistan | Kiribati | Kolumbien | Komoren | Kongo (Republik) | Korea, Nord | Korea, Süd | Kroatien | Kuba | Kuwait | Laos | Lesotho | Lettland | Libanon | Liberia | Libyen | Liechtenstein | Litauen | Luxemburg | Malawi | Malaysia | Malediven | Mali | Malta | Marokko | Marshall-Inseln | Mauretanien | Mauritius | Mazedonien | Mexiko | Moldau | Monaco | Mongolei | Mosambik | Myanmar | Namibia | Nauru | Nepal | Neuseeland | Nicaragua | Niederlande | Niger | Nigeria | Nordirland | Nordkorea | Norwegen | Oman | Österreich | Pakistan | Panama | Papua-Neuguinea | Paraguay | Peru | | Polen | Portugal | Ruanda | Rumänien | Russland | Sambia | San Marino | São Tomé und Príncipe | Saudi-Arabien | Schottland | Schweden | Schweiz | Schweiz - Kantone | Senegal | Seychellen | Sierra Leone | Simbabwe | Singapur | Slowakei | Slowenien | Somalia | Spanien | Sri Lanka | St. Kitts und Nevis | St. Lucia | St. Vincent und die Grenadinen | Südafrika | Sudan | Südkorea | Suriname | Swasiland | Syrien | Tadschikistan | Taiwan | Tansania | Thailand | Togo | Tonga | Trinidad und Tobago | Tschad | Tschechische Republik | Tunesien | Türkei | Turkmenistan | Tuvalu | Uganda | Ukraine | Ungarn | Uruguay | USA | USA - Bundesstaaten | Usbekistan | Vanuatu | Vatikanstaat | Venezuela | Vereinigte Arabische Emirate | Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika (USA) | Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika - Bundesstaaten | Vietnam | Wales | Weissrussland | Zentralafrikanische Republik | Zypern


(E?)(L?) http://www.nationalflaggen.de/fahnen_flaggen/fahnen_flaggen_laenderuebersicht.htm

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(E?)(L?) http://www.nationalflaggen.de/flaggen/nationen/

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nationsonline
International Flags
National Flags of the World by Continent

(E?)(L?) http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/flags.html


ngw
International Civic Arms
Civic Heraldry
Internationale Wappen

(E?)(L?) http://www.ngw.nl/
Hier findet man eine wirklich umfangreiche Sammlung an heraldischen Bildern und Informationen.


Welcome to the largest website on civic heraldry !

This site is completely devoted to civic heraldry, i.e. coats of arms of countries, states, provinces, towns, villages etc. The site is not restricted to any country.

Although as much information on the arms as possible will be included, like pictures, meaning, history, most often there is just a picture, not a description of the arms, nor a history. All information is taken from public sources (books, internet) and the sources are always mentioned and credited. Most pictures are scans from books, with the exception of the Dutch civic arms, where all the pictures are made by myself.

Arms of countries, areas or provinces that do not exist anymore, are placed under the country in which the area is situated at this moment (except for the historical provincial arms in Austria-Hungary). For example, cities, which were granted arms during the Russian Empire, are now under the individual countries. Similarly, towns in the former German provinces of Prussia and Posen are placed under Poland, the South African Homelands are under South Africa and Dutch East Indies are under Indonesia.




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omniglot
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Writing systems

(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/
Zeichensysteme vieler (!) Sprachen dieser Erde.
Sehr umfangreiche Site.

Writing systems: abjads | alphabets | syllabic alphabets | syllabaries | complex scripts | undeciphered scripts | alternative scripts | your con-scripts | A-Z index

Information about over 200 different writing systems. Each page contains an illustration of a writing system; details of its origin, usage, notable features and the language(s) written with it; a sample text, and useful links.

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(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/
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Free foreign fonts - Links

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Abkhaz | Amharic | Ancient | Arabic | Aramaic | Armenian | Avestan | Balinese | Bassa | Batak | Bengali | Bisaya | Brahmi | Braille | Bugis | Burmese/Myanmar | Cambodian | Cherokee | Chinese | Coptic | Cree | Cyrillic | Dehong Dai (Tai Nua) | Deseret | Devanagari | Djembe | Divehi | Epi-Olmec | Ethiopic | Etruscan | Farsi | Ge'ez | Georgian | Glagolitic | Gothic | Greek | Gurjarati | Gurmukhi | Hebrew | Hieroglyphs | Hmong | Inuktitut | Irish Uncial | IPA | Japanese | Kannada | Khmer | Korean | Lanna | Lao | Latin | Lontara/Makasar | | Mayan | Mongolian | Newari/Ranjana | N'Ko | Ogham | Old Church Slavonic | Osmanya/Somali | Oriya | Pahlavi | Persian | 'Phags-pa | Punjabi | Romulan | Runes | Russian | Sabaean | Santali | Saurashtra | Sharda | Shavian | Sindhi | Sinhala | Sütterlin | Syriac | Tagalog | Tai Lue | Tamil | Telugu | | Thai | Thaana | Tibetan | Tifinagh | Tolkienian | Unicode | Urdu | Vietnamese | Yi

omniglot
Semaphore

(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/semaphore.htm

...
Semaphore is a signalling system which involves waving a pair of hand-held flags in various positions to indicate letters of the alphabet or numerals. The flags used in modern semaphore are usually square, red and yellow and divided diagonaly with the red part on the top left. Semaphore in various forms has been used to send messages over distances since at least Roman times.
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omniglot
Sign languages and manual alphabets - Links

(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/links/signlanguage.htm




omniglot
Writing - Links

(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/links/writing.htm

Links: Writing


omniglot
Writing and Writing Systems

(E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/writing/definition.htm

What is writing?
Writing is a method of representing language in visual or tactile form. Writing systems use sets of symbols to represent the sounds of speech, and also have symbols for such things as punctuation and numerals.


P

pedroiy
Le site de tous les alphabets
Alphabete der Welt
Evolution from Phoenecian to Latin
Buchstaben von phönizisch bis Latein

(E?)(L?) http://pedroiy.free.fr/trois.htm


(E?)(L?) http://pedroiy.free.fr/chiffres/index.php



  • (E3)(L1) http://pedroiy.free.fr/alphabets/

  • Ce site n'a aucune prétention éducative ou scientifique. Je ne suis ni un linguiste, ni un traducteur, mais plutôt un compilateur. Ce site se veut le recueil de la diversité des modes d'écritures et de communication ordonné selon... mes envies. Vous y trouverez un peu de tout... Des choses sérieuses, et d'autres qui le sont moins...


  • Infos | Chiffres | Langues du Monde | Langues & Ecritures | Définitions | Repères | Etapes | Evolution...
  • A: Abkhaz | Africains | Ahom | Akkadien | Albanais | Allemand | Ambigramme | Amharique | Antioche | Arabe | Arabique (sud) | Araméen | Arménien | Arrobas @ | A.S.C.I.I. | Asie (Ecritures) | Asomtavruli | Assyrien | Ath | Athabaska | Atlante | Aurek-Besh | Avestique | Azéri | Aztèque
  • B: Beitha Kukju | Bellarusse | Bengali | Birman | Bopomofo | Balinais | Bassa | Batak | Brahmi | Brahmi (dérivés) | Braille | Breton | Bugis | Buhid | Bulgare
  • C: Calligraphie | Canara | Carakan | Catalan | Cavalier | Celtibère | Cham | Cheerokee | Chiffres romains | Chiffres | Chimique | Chinois | Chypriote | Cinématographique | Climatique | Code 10 | Codes-Barres... | Consonnes | Copte | Corinthien | Coréen | Cree | Croate | Cunéiforme | Cyrillique | Cyrillique et dérivés...
  • D: Dactylographique | Dactylographique | Dactylologique | Danois | Dehong Dai | Démotique | Deseret | Devanagari | Diacritique | Dix | Divehi Akuru | D'ni | Dramatique
  • E: E.B.C.D.I.C | Echecs | Edesse | Egyptien | Elbasan | Elamite | Encyclopédie ... | Enigma | Erotique | Espagnol | Esperanto | Estonien | Etrusque
  • F: Familles | Farsi | Finlandais | Français | Franca nova | Fraser | Fréquence | Futhark | Futhorc
  • G: Gaélique | Gallois | Gargish | Géographique | Géorgien | Glagolitique | Glozel | Gothique | Gotique | Grantha | Grec | G.S.M. | Guématrie | Gujarati | Gupta | Gurmukhi
  • H: Hangul | Hanuno | Hébreu | Hiératique | Hiéroglyphes | Hiéroglyphes | Hindi | Hiragana | Hittite | Hmong | Ho | Hollandais | Hongrois | Hongrois runique | Hylien
  • I: Ibérique | Imprimerie | Inca | Indiens | Indo-aryen | Inuktitut | Invention | Ipa | Islandais | Italien | Italiques
  • J: Japonais | Javanais
  • K: Kadamba | kaganga | Kalinga | Kannara | karmeli | kazakh | Kharosti | Kashmiri | Katakana | Kmer | Kpelle | Kurde | Kutila
  • L: Lakish | Landa | Lantsa | Lao | Latin et dérivés... | Lascaux | Lepcha | Letton | Libyque | Limbu | Linéaire A | Linéaire B | Lisu | Lithuanien
  • M: Maçonnique | Magique... | | Mandchou | Manenka | Maritime | Massaba | Mathématique | Maya | Médailles | Mkhedruli | Mendé | Méroïtique | Métrologique | Mesa | Mesures | Messapien | Micmac | Minangkabau | Minéralogique | Minimoy | Minoen | Moabite | Modi | Mongol | Musical | Morse | Morse
  • N: Nabatéen | Nagari | Navajo | Néerlandais | Njoya | Ndjuka | N'ko | Nombres Cinéma | Nombres livres | Norvégien | Novilara | Nuskha-khucuri | Nug-Soth
  • O: Ogamique | Ogham | Oriya | Olmèque | Ombrien | Orkhon | Osque | Ougarit | Ougaritique | Ourdou
  • P: Pahlavi | Pandjabi | Parthien | Pellan | Pentominique | Pérec | Permique | Perse | Perse (ancien) | Phags Pa | Phaistos | Phénicien | Physique | Phonétique | Phonétiques Américains | Picénien | Pollard Miao | Polonais | Portugais | Proche orient | Prononciation | Protosinaïque | Psaultier | Punique
  • Q: Qui est qui ? | Q - Le Code
  • R: Radio-Amateur | Ranjana | Rimbaud Voyelles | Romulan | Rongo-Rongo | Routier | Runique | Rupestre
  • S: Sabéen | Samaritain | Sanguin | Sanscrit | Santali | Scrabble® | Sémaphorique | Serbe | Shadok | Sharda | Sicule | Sil'oti nagri | Sindhi | Singhalais | Slavon | Slovaque | S.M.S | Sol-air | Somalien | Sorang Sompeng | Sourashtra | Soyombo | Spectral | Stellaire | Sténographique | Stuart | Suédois | Sumérien | Syriaque | Systèmes
  • T: Tagalog | Tagbanwa | Tamil | Tamoul | Tchèque | Téléphonique DM | Téléphonique ES | Téléphonique FR | Téléphonique GB | Téléphonique IT | Téléphonique US | Téléphonique Esperanto | Télougou | Télugu | Thaï | Thaï 2 | Thamudique | Thaana | Tibétain | Tibétain (bis) | Tjarakan | Tolkien | Touareg | Toutes les lettres | Turkmène | Turque | Typographique
  • U: Ukrainien | Unicode | Utilisation
  • V: Vaï | Varang | Vigenère | Viking | Vietnamien | Vinca | Vitaminique | Volapuk | Voyelles | Voyelles Rimbaud
  • W: Wallon | Windows... | Words
  • X:
  • Y: Yanalif | Yi | Yiddish
  • Z: Zodiaque
  • DIVERS | Classification des Langues | Les grandes étapes de l'écriture | Liens | Une histoire de l'écriture | L'écriture par l'Encyclopédie multimedia Hachette


  • ©PIY 2000-2003


    (E?)(L?) http://membres.lycos.fr/pedroiy/alphab/gifanim/animlatin.gif
    evolution from Phoenecian to Latin

    pl8s - wie Plates
    License Plates-Glossary
    License Plates of the World
    Autokennzeichen

    (E?)(L?) http://www.pl8s.com/terms.htm

    A guide to abbreviations and terminologies, as used by license plate collectors.


    Punycode, IDNA, IDN, xn-- (W3)

    Das engl. "puny" bedeutet "schwächlich", "winzig" auch "kümmerlich".
    Demnach ist der "Punycode" zum Darstellen von Umlauten im Internet durch ASCII-Zeichen ein "kümmerlicher Code".

    (E?)(L?) http://www.2andfro.de/software/idncoder/index.php

    IDNcoder
    Anfang 2004 wurden die schon vor Jahren angekündigten Umlautdomains eingeführt. Jetzt können in einem DE-Domainnamen 92 zusätzliche Buchstaben verwendet werden. Nach der Einführung der "Internationalized Domain Names" (IDN) kann Frau Schröder-Köpf sich die Domain www.schröder-köpf.de sichern. In COM-, NET- und ORG-Domains ist die Auswahl an Zeichen nicht beschränkt, Sie können alle Zeichen des riesigen Unicode-Zeichensatzes verwenden.

    Aber damit Umlautdomains mit alten Browsern und E-Mail-Programmen erreichbar sind, werden die Domainnamen kodiert - sie werden in sogenannten "Punycode" umgewandelt. Frau Schröder-Köpf registriert in Wirklichkeit die Domain www.xn--schrder-kpf-ufbf.de.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://www.2andfro.de/software/idncoder/faq.php

    Was bedeutet "IDN"?
    IDN ist die Abkürzung für "Internationalized Domain Name". Außerhalb des Wirkungskreises der DeNIC, also der Vergabestelle für DE-Domains, lassen sich auch chinesiche, arabische oder sonstige Schriftzeichen in Domainnamen verwenden.

    Was ist Punycode?
    Punycode ist eine Kodierung von Schriftzeichen, die außer dem Schriftzeichen selber auch dessen Position berücksichtigt. Deswegen wird www.müller.de zu xn--mller-kva.de und www.müll.de zu xn--mll-hoa.de - und nicht zu xn--mll-kva.de, wie man vielleicht hätte denken können.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.afilias.info/deutsch/idn_background

    Hintergrundinformationen zur Einführung von IDNs in deutscher Schreibweise für .INFO-Domains
    Am 16. März 2004 hat Afilias "internationalisierte Domain-Namen" ("IDN") mit deutschen Umlauten für die .INFO-Domain eingeführt. Diese standardkonforme IDN-Lösung erfüllt die Forderung von Internet-Benutzern aus aller Welt nach anwenderfreundlicheren Internet-Diensten für Nicht- Englisch-Muttersprachler. Dieses Dokument soll den Anwendern einen Einblick in den technischen Hintergrund für die IDN-Lösung von Afilias geben.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://www.denic.de/de/domains/idns/liste.html

    IDN-Buchstabenliste

    Im folgenden finden Sie eine Aufstellung mit allen 92 Buchstaben, die ab 1. März 2004 zusätzlich in .de-Domains verwendet werden können.

    Diese Liste ist auch im PDF-Format verfügbar.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.denic.de/faqs-zu-idns-ss.html

    FAQs zu IDNs


    (E?)(L?) http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3491.txt?number=3491

    Nameprep: A Stringprep Profile for Internationalized Domain Names (IDN)


    (E?)(L?) http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3492.txt?number=3492

    Punycode: A Bootstring encoding of Unicode for Internationalized Domain Names in Applications (IDNA)


    (E?)(L?) http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3454.txt?number=3454

    Preparation of Internationalized Strings ("stringprep")


    (E?)(L?) http://www.nemox.net/punycode.html

    Im Frühjahr des Jahres 2003 hat die Internet Engeneering Task Force (IETF) einen Standard beschlossen, der die mögliche Zeichenzusammensetzung von Domänen erweitert. Bis dahin waren in Domänen nur ASCII-Zeichen erlaubt. Gerade aus Ländern, die nicht das lateinische Alphabet nutzen, bestand eine intensive Bestrebung, den möglichen Zeichensatz auf landesspezifische Zeichen zu erweitern. Mit "IDNA" ("internationalisierte Domänennamen in Applikationen") liegt ein solcher Standard inzwischen vor.

    Das Problem bei der Verwendung landesspezifischer Zeichen in Domänen bestand darin, dass die momentan weltweit im Einsatz befindlichen Internetprotokolle nur auf ASCII-Zeichen ausgelegt sind. Um die auf diesen Protokollen basierenden Serversysteme bzw. Betriebssystemkomponenten nicht auswechseln zu müssen, geht das Protokoll davon aus, dass jede in Nicht-ASCII-Zeichen dargestellte Domäne grundsätzlich in eine reine ASCII-Zeichenfolge umgewandelt werden muss.

    Die Domäne mit landesspezifischen Zeichen ("IDN", "Internationalized Domain Names") wird mittels des so genannten Punycode-Algorithmus in eine ASCII-Zeichenfolge umgewandelt. Zur Kennzeichnung wird dieser Zeichenfolge das Präfix "xn--" vorangestellt. Der Domänenname besteht daher aus dem Präfix, gefolgt zunächst von allen klassischen ASCII-Bestandteilen des Namens, und dem Code, um alle Nicht-ASCII-Zeichen darzustellen.


    (E?)(L?) http://idnaconv.phlymail.de/?lang=de

    Net_IDNA (PHP IDNA Converter)
    See RFC3490, RFC3491, RFC3492 and RFC3454

    Dieser Konverter erlaubt die Übersetzung von Domainnamen zwischen der Punycode- und der Unicode-Schreibweise.
    Geben Sie einfach den Domainnamen im entsprechend bezeichneten Feld ein und klicken Sie dann auf den darunter liegenden Button. Sie können einfache Domainnamen, komplette URLs (wie http://jürgen-müller.de) oder Emailadressen eingeben.

    Wenn Sie Interesse an der zugrundeliegenden PHP-Klasse haben, können Sie diese hier herunterladen.


    (E?)(L?) http://punycode.bluerider.com/idn/

    This page demonstrates the translation of native characters entered in Unicode to Punycode and from Punycode back to native characters as defined by RFC 3491, RFC 3492, and RFC 3454.


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punycode

    Punycode ist ein Kodierungsverfahren zum Umwandeln von Unicode-Zeichenketten in sogenannte ACE-Zeichenketten, die nur noch aus ASCII-Zeichen bestehen. Punycode wurde entworfen, um Domainnamen aus Unicodezeichen eindeutig und umkehrbar durch ASCII-Zeichen darzustellen.


    Q

    R

    S

    SAMPA (W3)

    "SAMPA" steht für "Speech Assessment Methods Phonetic Alphabet".

    (E?)(L?) http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/home.htm
    "SAMPA" is a machine-readable phonetic alphabet

    schnellsuche
    ISO-8859-1-Zeichen
    ISO-Latin-1-Zeichen

    (E?)(L?) http://www.schnellsuche.de/webmaster/sonderzeichen_iso_codes.htm
    Beispiel:
    Zeichen Beschreibung Zeichenkürzel Zeichencode
    " Anführungszeichen oben " "
    & Kaufmännisches Und (Ampersand) & &
    < Kleiner als &lt; &#60;
    > Größer als &gt; &#62;
    × Multiplikationszeichen &amp;times; &amp;#215;
    ÷ Divisionszeichen &divide; &#247;
    ° Gradzeichen &deg; &#176;
    ± Plusminus-Zeichen &plusmn; &#177;
    ² Hoch-2-Zeichen &sup2; &#178;
    ³ Hoch-3-Zeichen &sup3; &#179;
      Festes Leerzeichen &nbsp; &#160;
    ¡ Umgekehrtes Ausrufezeichen &iexcl; &#161;
    € Euro-Zeichen &euro;
    ¢ Cent-Zeichen &cent; &#162;
    £ Pfundzeichen &pound; &#163;
    ¤ Währungszeichen &curren; &#164;
    ¥ Yen-Zeichen &yen; &#165;
    ¦ Durchbrochener Strich &brvbar; ou &brkbar; &#166;
    § Paragraphenzeichen &sect; &#167;
    ¨ Trema (Pünktchen oben) &uml; ou &die; &#168;
    © Copyright-Zeichen &copy; &#169;
    ª Ordinalzeichen weiblich &ordf; &#170;
    « Links angewinkelte Anführungszeichen   &#171;
    ¬ Logisches Nicht &not; &#172;
    ­ Softwaregesteuerter Trennungsstrich &shy; &#173;
    ® Eingetragenes Warenzeichen &reg; &#174;
    ¯ Überstrich &macr; ou &hibar; &#175;
    ´ Akut &acute; &#180;
    µ Mikron &micro; &#181;
    ¶ Absatzzeichen &para; &#182;
    · Mittelpunkt &middot; &#183;
    ¸ Cedille &cedil; &#184;
    ¹ Hoch-1-Zeichen &sup1; &#185;
    º Ordinalzeichen weiblich &ordm; &#186;
    » Rechts angewinkelte Anführungszeichen &raquo; &#187;
    ¼ Ein Viertel   &#188;
    ½ Ein Halb   &#189;
    ¾ Drei Viertel   &#190;
    ¿ Umgekehrtes Fragezeichen &iquest; &#191;
    À A mit Gravis (groß geschrieben) &Agrave; &#192;
    à a mit Gravis (klein geschrieben) &agrave; &#224;
    Á A mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Aacute; &#193;
    á a mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &aacute; &#225;
    Â A mit Zirkumflex (groß geschrieben) &Acirc; &#194;
    â a mit Zirkumflex (klein geschrieben) &acirc; &#226;
    Ã A mit Tilde (groß geschrieben) &Atilde; &#195;
    ã a mit Tilde (klein geschrieben) &atilde; &#227;
    Ä A mit Trema (groß geschrieben) &Auml; &#196;
    ä a mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &auml; &#228;
    Å A mit Kringel (groß geschrieben) &Aring; &#197;
    å a mit Kringel (klein geschrieben) &aring; &#229;
    Æ A mit legiertem E (groß geschrieben) &AElig; &#198;
    æ a mit legiertem e (klein geschrieben) &aelig; &#230;
    Ç C mit Cedille (groß geschrieben) &Ccedil; &#199;
    ç c mit Cedille (groß geschrieben) &ccedil; &#231;
    È E mit Gravis (groß geschrieben) &Egrave; &#200;
    è e mit Gravis (klein geschrieben) &egrave; &#232;
    É E mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Eacute; &#201;
    é e mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &eacute; &#233;
    Ê E mit Zirkumflex (groß geschrieben) &Ecirc; &#202;
    ê e mit Zirkumflex (klein geschrieben) &ecirc; &#234;
    Ë E mit Trema (groß geschrieben) &Euml; &#203;
    ë e mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &euml; &#235;
    Ð Eth (isländisch) (groß geschrieben) &ETH; ou &Dstrok; &#208;
    ð eth (isländisch) (klein geschrieben) &eth; &#240;
    Ì I mit Gravis (groß geschrieben) &Igrave; &#204;
    ì I mit Gravis (klein geschrieben) &igrave; &#236;
    Í I mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Iacute; &#205;
    í i mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &iacute; &#237;
    Î I mit Zirkumflex (groß geschrieben) &Icirc; &#206;
    î i mit Zirkumflex (klein geschrieben) &icirc; &#238;
    Ï I mit Trema (groß geschrieben) &Iuml; &#207;
    ï i mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &iuml; &#239;
    Ñ N mit Tilde (groß geschrieben) &Ntilde; &#209;
    ñ n mit Tilde (klein geschrieben) &ntilde; &#241;
    Ò O mit Gravis (groß geschrieben) &Ograve; &#210;
    ò o mit Gravis (klein geschrieben) &ograve; &#242;
    Ó O mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Oacute; &#211;
    ó o mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &oacute; &#243;
    Ô O mit Zirkumflex (groß geschrieben) &Ocirc; &#212;
    ô o mit Zirkumflex (klein geschrieben) &ocirc; &#244;
    Õ O mit Tilde (groß geschrieben) &Otilde; &#213;
    õ o mit Tilde (klein geschrieben) &otilde; &#245;
    Ö O mit Trema (groß geschrieben) &Ouml; &#214;
    ö o mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &ouml; &#246;
    ø o mit Schrägstrich (klein geschrieben) &oslash; &#248;
    Ø O mit Schrägstrich &Oslash; &#216;
    Ù U mit Gravis (groß geschrieben) &Ugrave; &#217;
    ù u mit Gravis (klein geschrieben) &ugrave; &#249;
    Ú U mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Uacute; &#218;
    ú u mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &uacute; &#250;
    Û U mit Zirkumflex (groß geschrieben) &Ucirc; &#219;
    û u mit Zirkumflex (klein geschrieben) &ucirc; &#251;
    Ü U mit Trema (groß geschrieben) &Uuml; &#220;
    ü u mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &uuml; &#252;
    ß Scharfes S &szlig; &#223;
    Þ Thorn (isländisch) (groß geschrieben) &THORN; &#222;
    þ thorn (isländisch) (klein geschrieben) &thorn; &#254;
    Ý Y mit Akut (groß geschrieben) &Yacute; &#221;
    ý y mit Akut (klein geschrieben) &yacute; &#253;
    ÿ y mit Trema (klein geschrieben) &yuml; &#255;
    


    shapecatcher.com
    Unicode Character Recognition
    Zeichenfinder

    (E?)(L?) http://www.shapecatcher.com/

    Draw something in the left box!

    And let shapecatcher help you to find the most similar unicode characters!

    Currently, there are 11.817 unicode character glyphs in the database. Japanese, Korean and Chinese characters are currently not supported.


    Erstellt: 2013-04

    Smiley
    smiley face (W3)

    "Smiley" und "Smiley Face" leiten sich ab von engl. "smile" = "lächeln".

    (E?)(L?) http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/%7Esef/sefSmiley.htm

    ...
    Yes, I am the inventor of the sideways "smiley face" (sometimes called an "emoticon") that is commonly used in E-mail, chat, and newsgroup posts. Or at least I’m one of the inventors.

    By the early 1980’s, the Computer Science community at Carnegie Mellon was making heavy use of online "bulletin boards" or "bboards". These were a precursor of today’s newsgroups, and they were an important social mechanism in the department - a place where faculty, staff, and students could discuss the weighty matters of the day on an equal footing.
    ...
    This problem caused some of us to suggest (only half seriously) that maybe it would be a good idea to explicitly mark posts that were not to be taken seriously. After all, when using text-based online communication, we lack the body language or tone-of-voice cues that convey this information when we talk in person or on the phone. Various "joke markers" were suggested, and in the midst of that discussion it occurred to me that the character sequence :-) would be an elegant solution - one that could be handled by the ASCII-based computer terminals of the day. So I suggested that. In the same post, I also suggested the use of :-( to indicate that a message was meant to be taken seriously, though that symbol quickly evolved into a marker for displeasure, frustration, or anger.
    ...
    So the message itself, and the thread that gave rise to it, are here. The exact date of the smiley’s birth can now be determined: 19 September, 1982. It’s great to have this message back just in time for the 20th anniversary of the original post.
    ...


    st-and
    flags of the world given letter grades
    Flaggenbewertung

    (E?)(L?) http://www.otago.ac.nz/philosophy/Staff/JoshParsons/flags/intro.html
    Auf dieser Seite findet man - eher humorvolle - Bewertungen von Flaggen.

    Some time ago, browsing through my friend's atlas, I realised that there are significant differences in quality between the flags of different countries. Some are good, some are bad. Some countries have clearly taken care in the choice of colours, layout, and design. Others have been lazy, stolen the flags of their neighbours, or just designed flags that are clearly supposed to cause pain to those who look at them.

    To my surprise, there is no international body responsible for upholding simple standards of vexillilic aesthetics. Nor do the UN or Interpol have the power to call in and punish those responsible for such atrocities as the Brazilian or Cypriot flags. I suppose there is probably a conspiracy of rich western nations (those with permanent seats on the UN security council, no doubt) to prevent such crimes from being brought to justice; however, in the meantime I am giving letter grades to the existing flags of the world.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.otago.ac.nz/philosophy/Staff/JoshParsons/flags/alpha.html
    Afghanistan | Albania | Algeria | American Samoa | Angola | Anguilla | Antigua and Barbuda | Argentina | Armenia | Aruba | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Bahamas | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Barbados | Belarus | Belgium | Belize | Benin | Bermuda | Bhutan | Bolivia | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Botswana | Brazil | British Virgin Islands | Brunei | Bulgaria | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cambodia | Cameroon | Canada | Cape Verde | Cayman Islands | Central African Republic | Chad | Chile | China | Colombia | Comoros | Congo (formerly Zaire) | Cook Islands | Costa Rica | Cote D'Ivoire | Croatia | Cuba | Cyprus | Czech Republic | Denmark | Djibouti | Dominica | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | Egypt | El Salvador | Equatorial Guinea | Eritrea | Estonia | Ethiopia | Fiji | Finland | Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia | France | French Polynesia | Gabon | Gambia | Georgia | Germany | Ghana | Greece | Greenland | Grenada | Guam | Guatemala | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Guyana | Haiti | Holy See (Vatican City State) | Honduras | Hungary | Iceland | India | Iran | Iraq | Ireland | Israel | Italy | Jamaica | Japan | Jordan | Kazakstan | Kenya | Kiribati | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan | Laos | Latvia | Lebanon | Lesotho | Liberia | Libya | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Madagascar | Malawi | Malaysia | Maldives | Mali | Malta | Mauritania | Mauritius | Mexico | Micronesia, Federated States of | Moldova, Republic of | Monaco | Mongolia | Montserrat | Morocco | Mozambique | Myanmar (Burma) | Namibia | Nauru | Nepal | Netherlands | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Niger | Nigeria | Niue | Norfolk Island | North Korea | Northern Mariana Islands | Norway | Oman | Pakistan | Palau | Panama | Papua New Guinea | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Poland | Portugal | Puerto Rico | Qatar | Romania | Russian Federation | Rwanda | Saint Helena | Saint Kitts and Nevis | Saint Lucia | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | Samoa | San Marino | Sao Tome and Principe | Saudi Arabia | Senegal | Seychelles | Sierra Leone | Singapore | Slovakia | Slovenia | Solomon Islands | Somalia | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | Sri Lanka | Sudan | Suriname | Swaziland | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria | Taiwan | Tajikistan | Tanzania, United Republic of | Thailand | Togo | Tonga | Trinidad and Tobago | Tunisia | Turkey | Turkmenistan | Turks and Caicos Islands | Tuvalu | U.S. Virgin Islands | Uganda | Ukraine | United Arab Emirates | United Kingdom | United States | Uruguay | Uzbekistan | Vanuatu | Venezuela | Viet Nam | Western Sahara | Yemen | Yugoslavia | Zambia | Zimbabwe

    Star and Crescent (W3)

    Hinter allen Bezeichnungen mit "Crescent" steckt der "aufgehende Halbmond".

    (E6)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/charindex.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2600.pdf

    262A


    symbols
    Symbole: religiöse, politische, gesellschaftliche

    (E?)(L?) http://www.symbols.net/




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    Site Map


    Erstellt: 2010-10

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    thomas-muecke
    Flags of the World with Anthem
    Flaggen der Welt mit Nationalhymne

    (E?)(L1) http://www.thomas-muecke.de/flags.htm

    Afghanistan | Albania | Algeria | and Grenadines | and Nevis | and Principe | and Tobago | Andorra | Angola | Antigua and | Arabia | Arabian Emirates | Argentina | Armenia | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan | Bahamas | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Barbados | Barbuda | Belarus | Belgium | Belize | Benin | Bhutan | Birma | Bolivia | Bosnia and | Botswana | Brazil | Brunei | Bulgaria | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cambodia | Cameroon | Canada | Cape Verde | Central African | Chad | Chile | China | Columbia | Comoros | Congo | Congo Kinshasha | Costa Rica | Côte d´Ivoire | Croatia | Cuba | Cyprus | Czech Republic | Darrussalam | Denmark | Djibouti | Dominica | Dominican | Easttimor | Ecuador | Egypt | El Salvador | Equatorial Guinea | Eritrea | Estonia | Ethiopia | Fiji | Finland | France | Gabon | Gambia | Georgia | Germany | Ghana | Greece | Greenland | Grenada | Guatemala | Guinea | Guinea | Guinea Bissau | Guyana | Haiti | Herzegovina | Holy See | Honduras | Hungary | Iceland | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Ireland | Islands | Israel | Italy | Jamahiriya | Jamaica | Japan |1 Jordania | Kazakhstan | Kenya | Kiribati | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan | Laos | Latvia | Lebanon | Lesotho | Liberia | Libya Arab | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxemburg | Madagascar | Malawi | Malaysia | Maldives | Mali | Malta | Marshall Islands | Mauritania | Mauritius | Mexico | Micronesia | Monaco | Mongolia | Morocco | Mozambique | Myanmar | Namibia | Nauru | Nepal | Netherland | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Niger | Nigeria | North-Korea | Norway | of Macedonia | Oman | Pakistan | Palau | Palestina | Panama | Papua New | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Pitcaim Islands | Poland | Portugal | Qatar | Republic | Republic | Republic of Moldovia | Romania | Russia | Rwanda | Saint Kitt | Saint Vincent | San Marino | Santa Lucia | Sao Tome | Saudi | Senegal | Serbien-Montenegro | Seychelles | Sierra Leone | Singapore | Slovakia | Slovenia | Solomon | Somalia | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | Sri Lanka | Sudan | Suriname | Swaziland | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria | Tadjikistan | Taiwan | Tanzania | Thailand | The former | Tibet | Togo | Tonga | Trinidad | Tunisia | Turkey | Turkmenistan | U.K. | Uganda | Ukraine | United | Uruguay | USA | Uzbekistan | Vanuatu | Venezuela | Vietnam | West - Samoa | Yugoslav Republic | Zaire | Zambia | Zimbabwe


    tiscali
    Country Facts
    Länder-Informationen

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/
    Die Länderinformationen enthalten u.a. auch Hinweise zur Symbolik der Flaggen der Länder.


    View flag | View map | Listen to anthem

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_a.html
    Afghanistan | Albania | Algeria | Andorra | Angola | Antigua and Barbuda | Argentina | Armenia | Australia | Austria | Azerbaijan

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_b.html
    Bahamas | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Barbados | Belaru | Belgium | Belize | Benin | Bhutan | Bolivia | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Botswana | Brazil | Brunei | Bulgaria | Burkina Faso | Burundi

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_c.html
    Cambodia | Cameroon | Canada | Cape Verde | Central African Republic | Chad | Chile | China | Colombia | Comoros | Congo, Democratic Republic of | Congo, Republic of | Costa Rica | Côte d'Ivoire | Croatia | Cuba | Cyprus | Czech Republic

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_d.html
    Denmark | Djibouti | Dominica | Dominican Republic

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_e.html
    East Timor | Egypt | El Salvador | Equatorial Guinea | Eritrea | Estonia | Ethiopia

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_f.html
    Fiji Islands | Finland | France

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_g.html
    Gabon | Gambia, The | Georgia | Germany | Ghana | Greece | Grenada | Guatemala | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Guyana

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_h.html
    Haiti | Honduras | Hungary

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_i.html
    Iceland | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Ireland | Israel | Italy

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_j.html
    Jamaica | Japan | Jordan

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_k.html
    Kazakhstan | Kenya | Kiribati | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_l.html
    Laos | Latvia | Lebanon | Lesotho | Liberia | Libya | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_m.html
    Macedonia | Madagascar | Malawi | Malaysia | Maldives | Mali | Malta | Marshall Islands | Mauritania | Mauritius | Mexico | Micronesia, Federated States of | Moldova | Monaco | Mongolia | Morocco | Mozambique | Myanmar

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_n.html
    Namibia | Nauru | Nepal | Netherlands, The | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Niger | Nigeria | North Korea | Norway

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_o.html
    Oman

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_p.html
    Pakistan | Palau | Panama | Papua New Guinea | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Poland | Portugal

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_q.html
    Qatar

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_r.html
    Romania | Russian Federation | Rwanda

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_s.html
    St Kitts and Nevis | St Lucia | St Vincent and the Grenadines | Samoa | San Marino | São Tomé and Príncipe | Saudi Arabia | Senegal | Serbia and Montenegro | Seychelles | Sierra Leone | Singapore | Slovak Republic | Slovenia | Solomon Islands | Somalia | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | Sri Lanka | Sudan | Suriname | Swaziland | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_t.html
    Taiwan | Tajikistan | Tanzania | Thailand | Togo | Tonga | Trinidad and Tobago | Tunisia | Turkey | Turkmenistan | Tuvalu

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_u.html
    Uganda | Ukraine | United Arab Emirates | United Kingdom | United States of America | Uruguay | Uzbekistan

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_v.html
    Vanuatu | Vatican City State | Venezuela | Vietnam

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_w.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_x.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_y.html
    Yemen

    (E?)(L?) http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/index_z.html
    Zambia | Zimbabwe

    U

    Uni Maryland
    Evolution of Alphabets

    (E?)(L?) http://www.wam.umd.edu/~rfradkin/alphapage.html

    This page is part of the course material for "History of the Alphabets" taught by Prof. Robert Fradkin at University of Maryland.


    Unicode
    Unicode-Tabellen
    Code Charts (PDF Version)
    Zeichencode Standard

    Der Unicode-Zeichensatz ist ein standardisierter Zeichensatz, der Schriftzeichen aus verschiedenen Kulturen enthält. Unicode verwendet 16 Bit zur Darstellung der Zeichen, damit sind über 60.000 verschiedene Zeichen gleichzeitig in einem Dokument möglich. Auf der Site des Unicode Gremiums findet man Tabellen der Zuordnung und Beispiele der grafischen Ausprägung der Zeichen.

    (E?)(L1) http://www.alanwood.net/unicode
    Der Unicode soll sicherstellen, dass alle gebräuchlichen Schriftzeichen im Web dargestellt werden können.


    Unicode and Multilingual Support in HTML, Fonts, Web Browsers and Other Applications

    Have you ever tried to include a passage in a different alphabet in one of your documents, for example a quotation in Russian in an English document, only to find that you have no Cyrillic characters available? Or sent a Spanish document in electronic form to someone in Greece, only to be told that the accented Latin characters have been replaced by Greek characters? Problems like these arise with non-Latin alphabets because until recently most computers used fonts that contain a maximum of 256 characters. The first 128 characters (the ASCII characters) include punctuation marks, numbers and the letters a-z and A-Z, and are not a problem. In the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, the rest of the English-speaking world and much of Western Europe, the second set of 128 characters comprises more punctuation marks, some currency symbols (such as £ and ¥) and a lot of accented letters (such as à, á, ç, è, ñ, ô and ü). Older English versions of Microsoft Windows, and several other language editions, used this set of 256 characters, which is known as the ANSI character set. ...


    Hier einige Beispiele für Währungssymbole:
    Unicode Resources Menu | Browsers | Windows fonts | Macintosh OS 9 fonts | Macintosh OS X fonts | UNIX fonts | Fonts by range | Creating multilingual Web pages | Applications and utilities | Search for a Unicode character | | Unicode Ranges | Alphabetic Presentation Forms | Arabic | Arabic Presentation Forms-A | Arabic Presentation Forms-B | Arrows | Arrows (Supplemental-A) | Arrows (Supplemental-B) | Armenian | Basic Latin | Bengali | Block Elements | Bopomofo | Bopomofo Extended | Box Drawing | Braille Patterns | Buhid | Byzantine Musical Symbols | Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics | Cherokee | Combining Diacritical Marks | Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols | Combining Half Marks | Control Pictures | Currency Symbols | Cyrillic | Cyrillic Supplementary | Deseret | Devanagari | Dingbats | Enclosed Alphanumerics | Ethiopic | General Punctuation | Geometric Shapes | Georgian | Gothic | Greek | Greek Extended | Gujarati | Gurmukhi | Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms | Hangul Compatibility Jamo | Hangul Jamo | Hangul Syllables | Hanunóo | Hebrew | | Hiragana | Ideographic Description Characters | IPA Extensions | Kanbun | KangXi Radicals | Kannada | Katakana | Katakana Phonetic Extensions | Khmer | Lao | Latin (Basic) | Latin-1 Supplement | Latin Extended-A | Latin Extended Additional | Latin Extended-B | Letterlike Symbols | | | Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols | Mathematical Operators | Mathematical Operators (Supplemental) | Miscellaneous Mathematic Symbols-A | Miscellaneous Mathematic Symbols-B | Miscellaneous Symbols | Miscellaneous Technical | Mongolian | Musical Symbols | Myanmar | Number Forms | Ogham | Old Italic | Optical Character Recognition | Oriya | Private Use Area | | Private Use (Plane 15) | Private Use (Plane 16) | Runic | Sinhala | Small Form Variants | Spacing Modifier Letters | Specials | Superscripts and Subscripts | Supplemental Arrows-A | Supplemental Arrows-B | Supplemental Mathematical Operators | Syriac | Tagalog | Tagbanwa | Tags | Tamil | Telugu | Thaana | Thai | Tibetan | Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics | Variation Selectors | Yi Radicals | Yi Syllables | Samples from each Unicode range | Search for a Unicode character | Unicode Applications Menu | Unicode Fonts Menu

    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/
    Unicode, fonts, special characters

    Offizielle Homepage des Unicode-Konsortiums mit Informationen zum Unicode-Standard, einer Liste Unicode-fähiger Programme u. a. (in Englisch)

    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/standard/WhatIsUnicode.html
    Warum heisst der Unicode 'Unicode'? Der 'Unicode' basiert auf zwei Bytes. D.h. man hat 2^16 = 65.535 Möglichkeiten zur Zeichendarstellung. (Windows XP benutzt z.B. standardmässig den Unicode. Aus Kompatibilitätsgründen werden aber auch noch codepages benutzt, um mit älteren - auf ASCII-Code basierenden programmen - arbeiten zu können.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/
    Code Charts (PDF Version) (The character code charts were last updated for Unicode 4.0)
    The charts in this list are arranged in code point order. For an alphabetical index of characters and blocks, use the Unicode Character Names Index.

    European Alphabets | (see also Comb. Marks) | Armenian | Armenian | Coptic | Coptic | Coptic in Greek block | Cyrillic | Cyrillic | Cyrillic Supplement | Cyrillic Extended A | Cyrillic Extended B | Georgian | Georgian | Georgian Supplement | Greek | Greek | Greek Extended | (see also Ancient Greek) | Latin | Basic Latin | Latin-1 | Latin Extended A | Latin Extended B | Latin Extended C | Latin Extended D | Latin Extended Additional | Fullwidth Latin Letters | Small Forms | (see also Phonetic Symbols) | African Scripts | Ethiopic | Ethiopic | Ethiopic Supplement | Ethiopic Extended | Other African scripts | N'Ko | Osmanya | Tifinagh | Vai | Middle Eastern Scripts | Arabic | Arabic | Arabic Supplement | Arabic Present. Forms A | Arabic Present. Forms B | Hebrew | Hebrew | Hebrew Present. Forms | Syriac | Syriac | Thaana | Thaana | American scripts | Canadian Syllabics | Cherokee | Deseret | Philippine Scripts | Buhid | Hanunoo | Tagalog | Tagbanwa | Indic Scripts | Bengali | Devanagari | Gujarati | Gurmukhi | Kannada | Lepcha | Limbu | | Ol Chiki | Oriya | Saurashtra | Sinhala | Syloti Nagri | Tamil | Telugu | South East Asian | Balinese | Buginese | Cham | Kayah Li | Khmer | Khmer Symbols | Lao | Myanmar | New Tai Lue | Rejang | Sundanese | Tai Le | Thai | Other Scripts | Shavian | East Asian Scripts | Han Ideographs | Compatibility Ideographs (.5MB) | ... Supplement (.5MB) | Kanbun | (see also Unihan Database) | Radicals and Strokes | KangXi Radicals | Ideographic Description | Chinese-specific | Bopomofo | Bopomofo Extended | Japanese-specific | Hiragana | Katakana | Katakana Phonetic Ext. | Halfwidth Katakana | Korean-specific | Hangul Syllables (4MB) | Hangul Jamo | Hangul Compatibility Jamo | Halfwidth Jamo | Yi | Yi (.6MB) | Yi Radicals | | Central Asian Scripts | Kharoshthi | Mongolian | Phags-Pa | Tibetan | Ancient Scripts | Ancient Greek | Ancient Greek Numbers | Ancient Greek Musical | Cuneiform | Cuneiform | Cuneiform Numbers | Old Persian | Ugaritic | Linear B | Linear B Syllabary | Linear B Ideograms | Other Ancient Scripts | Aegean Numbers | Ancient Symbols | Carian | Counting Rod Numerals | Cypriot Syllabary | Glagolitic | Gothic | Lycian | Lydian | Ogham | Old Italic | Phaistos Disc | Phoenician | Runic

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    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr3-2


    (E?)(L?) http://xml.coverpages.org/unicodeTR3.html
    About the Epigraphic Blocks | Semitic Alphabets | Later Branches of the Phoenician Alphabet | Related Historical Script Blocks | Etruscan block | Early Aramaic | Aramaic Names List, draft 92/10/29 | Balti | Balti Names, draft 92/10/23 | Batak | Mandailing | South Mandailing | Dairi | Batak Names draft, 92/10/23 | Buginese | Buginese Names draft, 92/10/23 | Cherokee Syllabary | Draft Cherokee Names List, 10/20/92 | Etruscan | Etruscan Names List, draft 92/10/29 | Glagolitic | DRAFT GLAGOLITIC CHARACTER NAMES LIST | Kirat (Limbu) | Kirat (Limbu) Names List, draft 92/10/20 | Linear B | Linear B names, 92/10/26 | Maldivian (Dihevi) | Maldivian Character Arabic Letter Equivalent | Maldivian Names List, draft 92/10/29 | Manipuri (Meithei) | Manipuri Names draft, mostly parallel to ISCII, 92/10/23 | Meroïtic | Meroitic, draft Dec 10, 1991 | Tifinagh, Numidian | Numidian Names draft, 92/10/23 (parallel to Hebrew) | Ogham | Ogham Draft Names List, 92/10/20 | Pahlavi/Avestan | Pahlavi Names, draft, 92/10/27 | Old Persian Cuneiform | Old Persian Names List, draft Dec 10, 1991 | Phoenician | Early Phoenician Names List, draft Dec 10, 1991 | Róng (Lepcha) | Draft RONG/LEPCHA Names List, rev 10/21/92 | Northern Runes | Epigraphic South Arabian, draft names 92/10/20 | Syriac | Syriac Names List, draft 92/10/29 | Tagalog and Mangyan (Buhid) | Tagbanuwa | Mangyan | Tagalog Names, draft 92/10/21 | Tai Lu (Chieng Mai, Northern Thai) | Tai Lu (Chieng Mai, Northern Thai) names, rev 92/10/21 | Tai Mau, Tai Nua | Tai Mau, draft names list, 92/10/21 | Ugaritic Cuneiform | Hurrian language | Ugaritic Names List, draft 92/10/29 | Brahmi and Other Scripts of India | 'Phags-pa | Ancient Egyptian (Hieroglyphic) | Akkadian / Babylonian / Sumerian | Hittite Hieroglyphics | Kawi / Javanese / Balinese | Ahom / Khamti | Pyu / Tircul | Yi (Lolo) | Moso (a.k.a. Naxi, Nahsi, Nakhi) | Siddham | Linear A and Others | Bibliography
    (Die lange Literaturliste enthält einige interessante Werke zu den Schriftsystemen der Welt.)

    (E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/

    A standard for representing characters as integers. Unlike ASCII, which uses 7 bits for each character, Unicode uses 16 bits, which means that it can represent more than 65,000 (65.535) unique characters. This is a bit of overkill for English and Western-European languages, but it is necessary for some other languages, such as Greek, Chinese and Japanese. Many analysts believe that as the software industry becomes increasingly global, Unicode will eventually supplant ASCII as the standard character coding format.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.webreference.com/js/tips/000126.html

    The Unicode standard is a fixed-width uniform encoding scheme. Its target usage is for interchange and display of many different languages, as well as historic scripts, technical and mathematical symbols, and multilingual texts. The Unicode standard specifies the identity of the character and its numeric value. The 16-bit numeric value is defined by a hexadecimal number and a prefix \u (backslash followed by a lowercase u). The Unicode value \u0041, for example, represents the character A. The Unicode unique name for this character is LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A.

    Unicode is compatible with ASCII characters. The first 128 Unicode characters correspond to the ASCII characters and have the same numeric value. ASCII's 0x41 is the same as Unicode's \u0041. While ASCII's 128 characters supports just the Latin alphabet, Unicode's over 65,000 characters can support many different languages. Unicode is fully compatible with ISO's 10646-1 and UCS-2 standards. JavaScript programs will still be written in the ASCII-set characters. You can use non-ASCII Unicode characters in the comments and string literals of JavaScript.
    The calculator accepts a Unified code value (just the four hexadecimal characters, no \u) and prints the corresponding character in the middle of the following sentence.


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode

    Unicode ist ein internationaler Standard, in dem langfristig für jedes sinntragende Schriftzeichen oder Textelement aller bekannten Schriftkulturen und Zeichensysteme ein digitaler Code festgelegt wird. Ziel ist es, die Verwendung unterschiedlicher und inkompatibler Kodierungen in verschiedenen Ländern oder Kulturkreisen zu beseitigen. Unicode wird ständig um Zeichen weiterer Schriftsysteme ergänzt.

    ISO 10646 ist die von ISO verwendete, praktisch bedeutungsgleiche Bezeichnung des Unicode-Zeichensatzes; er wird dort als Universal Character Set (UCS) bezeichnet.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicodeblock_Verschiedene_Symbole

    Der Unicodeblock Verschiedene Symbole (engl. Miscellaneous Symbols, U+2600 bis U+26FF) enthält entsprechend seinem Namen ein Sammelsurium von Symbolen und Figuren aus verschiedensten Lebensbereichen, darunter Symbole für Wetterkarten, religiöse Symbole, astronomische Symbole, Schachfiguren, Spielkartenfarben, genealogische und esoterische Zeichen und vieles andere.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_Use_Area

    Private Use Area

    In Unicode sind spezielle Bereiche als Private Use Areas (PUA, engl. für „Unicodebereiche für den eigenen Gebrauch“) ausgewiesen. Den Codepunkten in diesen Bereichen werden niemals in Unicode selbst standardisierte Zeichen zugewiesen. Somit können diese für privat definierte Zeichen verwendet werden, die zwischen den Erzeugern und Verwendern der Texte, die sie enthalten, individuell abgesprochen sein müssen. Solche Vereinbarungen können z. B. in dem gemeinsamen Verwenden einer Schriftartdatei bestehen, in denen solche Zeichen zur Verwendung bereitgestellt werden.
    ...


    unicode.org
    Unicode

    (E?)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/

    Unicode 6.2 Character Code Charts Scripts



    Symbols and Punctuation




    Erstellt: 2013-04

    unicode
    Unicode Standard
    Zeichencode Standard
    Unicode Glossary
    Code Charts (PDF Version)
    Unicode Character Name Index
    Unicode 4.0.1
    Unicode 4.0.1 - Buch und CD-ROM

    (E6)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/


    (E6)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/standard/WhatIsUnicode.html


    (E6)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/glossary/


    (E6)(L?) http://www.unicode.org/charts/


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    Offizielle Homepage des Unicode-Konsortiums mit Informationen zum Unicode-Standard, einer Liste Unicode-fähiger Programme u. a. (in Englisch).
    Der "Unicode" basiert auf zwei Bytes. D.h. man hat 2^16 = 65.535 Möglichkeiten zur Zeichendarstellung. (Windows XP benutzt z.B. standardmässig den Unicode.) Aus Kompatibilitätsgründen werden aber auch noch codepages benutzt, um mit älteren - auf ASCII-Code basierenden programmen - arbeiten zu können.

    Warum heisst der Unicode "Unicode"? - What is "Unicode"?
    Unicode provides a unique number for every character,
    no matter what the platform,
    no matter what the program,
    no matter what the language.

    The Unicode Standard is a character coding system designed to support the worldwide interchange, processing, and display of the written texts of the diverse languages and technical disciplines of the modern world. In addition, it supports classical and historical texts of many written languages.

    Formally, a version of the Unicode Standard is defined by an edition of version of the book The Unicode Standard, together with the online Unicode Standard Annexes and the Unicode Character Database, which update and extend the book's normative specifications and informative content. The precise contents of each version are specified on Enumerated Versions of the Unicode Standard.

    The latest minor update version of the Unicode Standard is published online as Unicode 4.0.1. The major version, Unicode 4.0, is available in book form and online.

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    Code Charts (PDF Version)
    The charts in this list are arranged in code point order. For an alphabetical index of characters and blocks, use the Unicode Character Names Index.

    Basic Latin | Latin-1 Supplement | Latin Extended-A | Latin Extended-B | IPA Extensions | Spacing Modifier Letters | Combining Diacritical Marks | Greek and Coptic | Cyrillic | Cyrillic Supplement | Armenian | Hebrew | Arabic | Syriac | Thaana | Devanagari | Bengali | Gurmukhi | Gujarati | Oriya | Tamil | Telugu | Kannada | | Sinhala | Thai | Lao | Tibetan | Myanmar | Georgian | Hangul Jamo | Ethiopic | Cherokee | Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabic | Ogham | Runic | Tagalog | Hanunoo | Buhid | Tagbanwa | Khmer | Mongolian | Limbu | Tai Le | Khmer Symbols | Phonetic Extensions | Latin Extended Additional | Greek Extended | General Punctuation | Superscripts and Subscripts | Currency Symbols | Combining Marks for Symbols | Letterlike Symbols | Number Forms | Arrows | Mathematical Operators | Miscellaneous Technical | Control Pictures | Optical Character Recognition | Enclosed Alphanumerics | Box Drawing | Block Elements | Geometric Shapes | Miscellaneous Symbols | Dingbats | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A | Supplemental Arrows-A | Braille Patterns | Supplemental Arrows-B | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B | Supplemental Mathematical Operators | Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows | Kangxi Radicals | Ideographic Description Characters | Hiragana | Katakana | Bopomofo | Hangul Compatibility Jamo | Kanbun | Bopomofo Extended | Katakana Phonetic Extensions | Yijing Hexagram Symbols | Yi Syllables | Yi Radicals | Hangul Syllables (7MB) | | | Private Use Area | Alphabetic Presentation Forms | Arabic Presentation Forms-A | Variation Selectors | Combining Half Marks | Small Form Variants | Arabic Presentation Forms-B | Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms | Specials | Linear B Syllabary | Linear B Ideograms | Aegean Numbers | Old Italic | Gothic | Ugaritic | Deseret | Shavian | Osmanya | Cypriot Syllabary | Byzantine Musical Symbols | Musical Symbols | Tai Xuan Jing Symbols | Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols | Tags | Variation Selectors Supplement | Supplementary Private Use Area-A | Supplementary Private Use Area-B

    Unicode Character Name Index

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    8859-1 (Latin-1), Based on ISO | 8859-2, -3, -4, -9 (European Latin), Based on ISO | 8859-5 (Cyrillic), Based on ISO | 8859-6 (Arabic), Based on ISO | 8859-7 (Greek), Based on ISO | 8859-8 (Hebrew), Based on ISO | | [A] | A, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | a, latin small letter script | A, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | ABBREVIATION MARK, ARMENIAN | ABBREVIATION MARK, SYRIAC | ABBREVIATION SIGN, DEVANAGARI | Abbreviations, Squared Latin | Aboriginal Syllabics, Unified Canadian | above, cedilla | ABOVE, COMBINING ALMOST EQUAL TO | ABOVE, COMBINING BRIDGE | ABOVE, COMBINING CLOCKWISE ARROW | ABOVE, COMBINING COMMA | ABOVE, COMBINING DOT | ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE | ABOVE, COMBINING FOUR DOTS | ABOVE, COMBINING HOMOTHETIC | ABOVE, COMBINING HOOK | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT ANGLE | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT ARROW | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT HARPOON | ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW | ABOVE, COMBINING NOT TILDE | ABOVE, COMBINING REVERSED COMMA | ABOVE, COMBINING RING | ABOVE, COMBINING THREE DOTS | ABOVE, COMBINING TURNED COMMA | ABOVE, COMBINING VERTICAL LINE | ABOVE, COMBINING WIDE BRIDGE | ABOVE, COMBINING X | ABOVE, DOT | above, double dot | ABOVE, RING | above, vee | ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING COMMA | absolute continuity | ACCENT, ACUTE | ACCENT, ALMOST EQUAL TO WITH CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT, CIRCLED MULTIPLICATION SIGN WITH CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT, CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT, COMBINING ACUTE | ACCENT, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE ACUTE | ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE | ACCENT, COMBINING GRAVE | ACCENT, DOUBLE ACUTE | ACCENT, GRAVE | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER ACUTE | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER CROSS | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER GRAVE | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW ACUTE | ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW GRAVE | accent, swedish grave | ACCENT ABOVE, PLUS SIGN WITH CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING ACUTE | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX | ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING GRAVE | ACCOUNT OF | acknowledge | acknowledge, graphic for negative | acknowledge, negative | ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR | ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR NEGATIVE | ACTIVATE ARABIC FORM SHAPING | ACTIVATE SYMMETRIC SWAPPING | actuarial bend | acute, spacing | ACUTE ACCENT | ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING | ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE | ACUTE ACCENT, DEVANAGARI | ACUTE ACCENT, DOUBLE | ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW | ACUTE ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING | ACUTE ANGLE | ACUTE TONE MARK, COMBINING | ADDRESSED TO THE SUBJECT | Addu dialect, consonant for | AE, LATIN SMALL LETTER | Aegean Numbers | AEGEAN CHECK MARK | AEGEAN WORD SEPARATOR DOT | AEGEAN WORD SEPARATOR LINE | Ainu, Phonetic Extensions For | AIRPLANE | aldus leaf | ALEF SYMBOL | ALL, FOR | ALL AROUND-PROFILE | ALL EQUAL TO | ALMOST EQUAL TO | ALMOST EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE | ALMOST EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE NOT | ALMOST EQUAL TO, SUBSET OF ABOVE | ALMOST EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE | ALMOST EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE NOT | ALMOST EQUAL TO, SUPERSET OF ABOVE | ALMOST EQUAL TO ABOVE, COMBINING | ALMOST EQUAL TO WITH CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT | ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | Alphabetic Presentation Forms | Alphanumerics, Enclosed | alternating current | ALTERNATION MARK, PART | ALTERNATIVE KEY SYMBOL | ALVEOLAR CLICK, LATIN LETTER | always (modal operator) | always (modal operator), was | always be (modal operator), will | AMALGAMATION OR COPRODUCT | AMPERSAND | AMPERSAND, TURNED | AND, CURLY LOGICAL | AND, LOGICAL | AND, N-ARY LOGICAL | andrew's, cross st. | Ands and Ors, Logical | ANGLE | ANGLE, ACUTE | ANGLE, MEASURED | ANGLE, RIGHT | ANGLE, SPHERICAL | ANGLE, TURNED | ANGLE ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT | angle arc | ANGLE BELOW, COMBINING LEFT | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT DOUBLE | ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT-POINTING | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT | ANGLE BRACKET, MATHEMATICAL LEFT DOUBLE | ANGLE BRACKET, RIGHT-POINTING | ANGLE OPENING LEFT, SPHERICAL | ANGLE OPENING UP, SPHERICAL | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LEFT-POINTING | ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING | Angle Quotation Marks, Ornamental | ANGLE WITH ARC, RIGHT | ANGLE WITH DOWNWARDS ZIGZAG ARROW, RIGHT | angled dash | Angles and Measured Angles | ANGSTROM SIGN | ANKH | Annotation, Interlinear | Annotation, Kanbun Ideographic | Annotation Signs, Koranic | ANNUITY SYMBOL, COMBINING | ano teleia | ANTICLOCKWISE INTEGRATION | ANTICLOCKWISE-ROTATED DIVISION SIGN, CIRCLED | ANTIRESTRICTION, Z NOTATION DOMAIN | ANTIRESTRICTION, Z NOTATION RANGE | APL | APL Functional Symbols | apl jot | apl overbar | apl quote | apl stile | apl tilde | apl upstile | APOSTROPHE | apostrophe | apostrophe | APOSTROPHE, ARMENIAN | APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER | APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER DOUBLE | apostrophe-quote | APPLICATION, FUNCTION | application program command | APPROACHES THE LIMIT | APPROXIMATE, GREATER-THAN AND NOT | APPROXIMATE, GREATER-THAN OR | APPROXIMATE, LESS-THAN AND NOT | APPROXIMATE, LESS-THAN OR | APPROXIMATELY EQUAL OR EQUAL TO | APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO | approximately equal to | AQUARIUS | Arabic | Arabic, Extended | ARABIC COMMA | ARABIC DECIMAL SEPARATOR | ARABIC END OF AYAH | ARABIC FIVE POINTED STAR | ARABIC FOOTNOTE MARKER | ARABIC FORM SHAPING, ACTIVATE | ARABIC FORM SHAPING, INHIBIT | ARABIC FULL STOP | Arabic Honorifics | ARABIC LETTER DOTLESS BEH | ARABIC LETTER DOTLESS QAF | Arabic Letters | ARABIC NUMBER SIGN | ARABIC PERCENT SIGN | Arabic Points | Arabic Presentation Forms-A | Arabic Presentation Forms-B | ARABIC QUESTION MARK | ARABIC SEMICOLON | ARABIC SIGN SAFHA | ARABIC SIGN SANAH | Arabic Poetic Marks | Arabic Subtending Marks | ARABIC THOUSANDS SEPARATOR | Arabic-Indic Digits | Arabic-Indic Digits for Persian and Urdu, Eastern | ARC | arc, angle | ARC, RIGHT ANGLE WITH | ARCH BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE | Arcs | area, end of guarded | area, end of selected | area, start of guarded | area, start of selected | ARIES | Armenian | ARMENIAN ABBREVIATION MARK | ARMENIAN APOSTROPHE | Armenian Capital Letters | ARMENIAN COMMA | ARMENIAN EMPHASIS MARK | ARMENIAN EXCLAMATION MARK | ARMENIAN FULL STOP | ARMENIAN HYPHEN | ARMENIAN QUESTION MARK | Armenian Small Letters | ARROW, BLACK CIRCLE WITH DOWN | ARROW, BLACK DIAMOND WITH DOWN | arrow, colon right | ARROW, ELECTRIC | ARROW, RIGHT ANGLE WITH DOWNWARDS ZIGZAG | ARROW, WHITE CIRCLE WITH DOWN | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING CLOCKWISE | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT | ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT | ARROW BELOW, COMBINING UPWARDS | Arrow Dingbats | ARROW OVERLAY, COMBINING LEFTWARDS | ARROW THROUGH CIRCLE, UP | ARROW WITH HOOK, INTEGRAL WITH LEFTWARDS | ARROWHEAD, UP | Arrowheads, Modifier Letter | Arrows | Arrows, Long | Arrows, Other White and Black | arrows extension | Arrows-A, Supplemental | Arrows-B, Supplemental | ASCENDING NODE | ash | ASSERTION | ASTERISM | Astrological Symbols | asymptotic to | ASYMPTOTICALLY EQUAL TO | AT, COMMERCIAL | AVERAGE WITH SLASH, INTEGRAL | AYAH, ARABIC END OF | | [B] | B, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | B, SCRIPT CAPITAL | backslash | BACKSLASH, COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE | backspace | BACKSPACE, SYMBOL FOR | backward difference | bag bracket, z notation left | BAG MEMBERSHIP, Z NOTATION | bag subtraction, z notation | BAHT, THAI CURRENCY SYMBOL | BALLOT BOX | BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK | BALLOT BOX WITH X | BALLOT X | BALLOT X, HEAVY | bang | bar, broken vertical | BAR, CIRCLED VERTICAL | BAR, HORIZONTAL | BAR, N-ARY WHITE VERTICAL | bar, vertical | BAR, WHITE VERTICAL | BAR BINARY RELATION, TRIPLE VERTICAL | BAR DELIMITER, TRIPLE VERTICAL | Bar Dingbats, Vertical | BAR OPERATOR, LARGE TRIPLE VERTICAL | Bar Symbols, Error | BAR WITH DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE HORIZONTAL | BAR WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE, TRIPLE VERTICAL | BAR WITH TRIPLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE HORIZONTAL | barred o, latin capital letter | BARRED O, LATIN SMALL LETTER | Basic Latin, C0 Controls and | Basic Russian Alphabet | BEAMED EIGHTH NOTES | BEAMED SIXTEENTH NOTES | BECAUSE | beginning of line | bell | BELL, SYMBOL FOR | BELL SYMBOL | BELOW, COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT | BELOW, COMBINING BREVE | BELOW, COMBINING BRIDGE | BELOW, COMBINING CARON | BELOW, COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT | BELOW, COMBINING COMMA | BELOW, COMBINING DIAERESIS | BELOW, COMBINING DOT | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW | BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE | BELOW, COMBINING EQUALS SIGN | BELOW, COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED BREVE | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED BRIDGE | BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT ANGLE | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT HALF RING | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW | BELOW, COMBINING LEFT TACK | BELOW, COMBINING MACRON | BELOW, COMBINING MINUS SIGN | BELOW, COMBINING PALATALIZED HOOK | BELOW, COMBINING PLUS SIGN | BELOW, COMBINING RETROFLEX HOOK | BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING | BELOW, COMBINING RING | BELOW, COMBINING SEAGULL | BELOW, COMBINING SQUARE | BELOW, COMBINING TILDE | BELOW, COMBINING UP TACK | BELOW, COMBINING UPWARDS ARROW | BELOW, COMBINING VERTICAL LINE | below, greek non-spacing iota | bend, actuarial | Bengali | Bengali Currency Signs | Bengali Digits | Bengali Letters | BENGALI RUPEE MARK | BENGALI RUPEE SIGN | BENZENE RING | bernoulli function | BET SYMBOL | Betty | BETWEEN | BEVERAGE, HOT | BIDENTAL PERCUSSIVE, LATIN LETTER | Bidirectional Formatting Controls | Big 5, Duplicates from | BIG REVERSE SOLIDUS | BIG SOLIDUS | bijection, z notation | bijective mapping | | BINARY RELATION, TRIPLE SOLIDUS | BINARY RELATION, TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR | BIOHAZARD SIGN | BLACK, BOWTIE WITH LEFT HALF | BLACK, BOWTIE WITH RIGHT HALF | BLACK, DOWN-POINTING TRIANGLE WITH LEFT HALF | BLACK, DOWN-POINTING TRIANGLE WITH RIGHT HALF | BLACK, TIMES WITH LEFT HALF | BLACK, TIMES WITH RIGHT HALF | BLACK BOWTIE | BLACK CIRCLE WITH DOWN ARROW | BLACK CIRCLE WITH TWO WHITE DOTS | BLACK CIRCLE WITH WHITE DOT RIGHT | Black Circled Numbers, White On | BLACK DIAMOND WITH DOWN ARROW | BLACK FLAG | BLACK HOURGLASS | BLACK LEFT POINTING INDEX | BLACK LEFTWARDS BULLET | BLACK LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT | BLACK LOZENGE | BLACK MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE | BLACK MEDIUM SQUARE | BLACK NIB | BLACK PARALLELOGRAM | BLACK SCISSORS | BLACK SHOGI PIECE | black small circle | BLACK SMILING FACE | BLACK STAR | BLACK SUN WITH RAYS | BLACK TELEPHONE | BLACK TRIANGLE, PLUS SIGN WITH | BLACK UNIVERSAL RECYCLING SYMBOL | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL C | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL H | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL I | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL R | BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL Z | BLANK SYMBOL | block, end of transmission | BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR END OF TRANSMISSION | Block Elements | bom | Bopomofo, Chinese | Bopomofo Extended for Minnan and Hakka, Chinese | BOWTIE | bowtie, large | Bowtie Symbols | BOX, BALLOT | BOX, OPEN | BOX, SHOULDERED OPEN | BOX, X IN A RECTANGLE | Box Drawing | BOX LINE, LEFT VERTICAL | BOX LINE, RIGHT VERTICAL | BOX OPERATOR, SQUARE LEFT OPEN | BOX OPERATOR, SQUARE RIGHT OPEN | BOX WITH CHECK, BALLOT | BOX WITH X, BALLOT | bra | brace, closing | brace, opening | bracket, z notation left bag | bracket, closing curly | bracket, closing square | BRACKET, LEFT ANGLE | BRACKET, LEFT BLACK LENTICULAR | BRACKET, LEFT CORNER | BRACKET, LEFT CURLY | BRACKET, LEFT DOUBLE ANGLE | BRACKET, LEFT SQUARE | BRACKET, LEFT TORTOISE SHELL | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE CORNER | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE LENTICULAR | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE SQUARE | BRACKET, LEFT WHITE TORTOISE SHELL | BRACKET, LEFT-POINTING ANGLE | bracket, opening curly | bracket, opening square | BRACKET, RIGHT CURLY | BRACKET, RIGHT SQUARE | Bracket Pieces | Bracket Pieces | BRACKET WITH QUILL, LEFT SQUARE | Brackets | Brackets, Corner | Brackets, Fullwidth | Brackets, Mathematical | Brackets, Ornamental | Brackets, Ornamental | Brackets, Vertical | Braille Patterns | brazilian currency | break here, no | break permitted here | breathing, rough | breathing, smooth | BREVE | BREVE, COMBINING | BREVE, COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED | BREVE, COMBINING INVERTED | BREVE BELOW, COMBINING | BREVE BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED | BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING | BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING WIDE | BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING | BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED | broken vertical bar | Buhid | BULLET | BULLET, BLACK LEFTWARDS | BULLET, HYPHEN | BULLET, REVERSED ROTATED FLORAL HEART | bullet, tainome (japanese, a kind of) | BULLET, TRIANGULAR | BULLET, WHITE | BULLET OPERATOR | BULLSEYE | bullseye, latin letter | BUMPY ABOVE, EQUALS SIGN WITH | BY, MEASURED | by definition, equal to | BY DEFINITION, EQUAL TO | byte order mark | | [C] | C, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL | C, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | C, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | C, LATIN LETTER STRETCHED | C0 Controls and Basic Latin | C1 Controls and Latin-1 Supplement | CADA UNA | CADUCEUS | Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Unified | cancel | CANCEL, SYMBOL FOR | cancel character | CANCER | CANDRABINDU, COMBINING | Cantillation Marks, Hebrew | cap | CAP, SQUARE | Capital Letters, Armenian | Capital Letters, Cyrillic | Capital Letters, Georgian | Capital Letters, Greek | Capital Letters, Latin | CAPRICORN | caps lock | caps lock | Card Suits, Playing | cardinal (countable), first transfinite | cardinal (functions of a real variable), third transfinite | cardinal (the continuum), second transfinite | CARE OF | caret | CARET | CARET INSERTION POINT | CARON | CARON, COMBINING | CARON BELOW, COMBINING | carriage return | carriage return | CARRIAGE RETURN, SYMBOL FOR | CAUTION SIGN | CEDILLA | CEDILLA, COMBINING | cedilla, spacing | cedilla above | CEILING, LEFT | CELSIUS, DEGREE | CENT SIGN | centigrade, degrees | CENTRE LINE SYMBOL | CENTRED LEFT HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER | CENTRELINE LOW LINE | CENTRELINE OVERLINE | cgj | character introducer, single | character tabulation set | character tabulation with justification | CHARACTER TIE | Chart Components, Form and | CHECK, BALLOT BOX WITH | CHECK MARK | CHECK MARK, AEGEAN | CHECK MARK, HEAVY | CHECK MARK, NOT | Cherokee | Chess Pieces | Chess Symbols, Japanese | chevrons | CHI RHO | Chinese Bopomofo | Chinese Bopomofo Extended for Minnan and Hakka | choice, dijkstra | choice, n-ary dijkstra | CIRCLE, BLACK | circle, black small | CIRCLE, COMBINING ENCLOSING | CIRCLE, DOTTED | circle, jis composition | CIRCLE, LARGE | CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN DOUBLE | CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN LEFT HALF | CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN RIGHT HALF | CIRCLE, PLUS SIGN IN LEFT HALF | CIRCLE, PLUS SIGN IN RIGHT HALF | CIRCLE, SQUARED SMALL | CIRCLE ABOVE, PLUS SIGN WITH SMALL | CIRCLE ABOVE, UP TACK WITH | CIRCLE ABOVE, VERTICAL LINE WITH | CIRCLE BACKSLASH, COMBINING ENCLOSING | CIRCLE BELOW, DOWN TACK WITH | CIRCLE BELOW, VERTICAL LINE WITH | CIRCLE DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL BAR AND TOP HALF DIVIDED BY VERTICAL BAR | CIRCLE INSIDE, GREATER-THAN WITH | CIRCLE INSIDE, LESS-THAN WITH | Circle Symbols | CIRCLE WITH DOT RIGHT, WHITE | CIRCLE WITH DOWN ARROW, BLACK | CIRCLE WITH DOWN ARROW, WHITE | CIRCLE WITH TWO DOTS, WHITE | CIRCLE WITH TWO WHITE DOTS, BLACK | CIRCLE WITH WHITE DOT RIGHT, BLACK | CIRCLED DASH | CIRCLED DIGIT ZERO | Circled Digits, Dingbat | CIRCLED DIVISION SIGN | CIRCLED DIVISION SLASH | CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR | CIRCLED DOT OPERATOR, N-ARY | CIRCLED EQUALS | Circled Ideographs | Circled Inverse Numbers | Circled Japanese Katakana | Circled Korean Hangul Elements | Circled Korean Hangul Syllables | Circled Latin Letters | CIRCLED MINUS | CIRCLED MULTIPLICATION SIGN WITH CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT | Circled Numbers | Circled Numbers | Circled Numbers | Circled Numbers, Double | Circled Numbers, White On Black | CIRCLED PLUS | CIRCLED PLUS OPERATOR, N-ARY | CIRCLED POSTAL MARK | CIRCLED RING OPERATOR | CIRCLED TIMES | CIRCLED TIMES OPERATOR, N-ARY | Circles | CIRCULATION FUNCTION | circumflex, spacing | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, ALMOST EQUAL TO WITH | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, CIRCLED MULTIPLICATION SIGN WITH | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, COMBINING | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT ABOVE, PLUS SIGN WITH | CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING | clear key | CLEAR SCREEN SYMBOL | clear weather | CLICK, LATIN LETTER ALVEOLAR | | CLICK, LATIN LETTER DENTAL | CLICK, LATIN LETTER LATERAL | CLICK, LATIN LETTER RETROFLEX | CLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE, COMBINING | CLOCKWISE CONTOUR INTEGRAL | CLOCKWISE INTEGRAL | CLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY, COMBINING | clone | Clones of Diacritics, Spacing | CLOSE UP | closed epsilon, latin small letter | CLOSED INTERSECTION WITH SERIFS | CLOSED OMEGA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | CLOSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | closed reversed epsilon, latin small letter | CLOSED REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | CLOSED SUBSET | CLOSED SUBSET OR EQUAL TO | CLOSED SUPERSET | CLOSED SUPERSET OR EQUAL TO | CLOSED UNION WITH SERIFS | CLOSED UNION WITH SERIFS AND SMASH PRODUCT | closing brace | closing curly bracket | CLOSING MARK, IDEOGRAPHIC | closing parenthesis | closing square bracket | CLOUD | cloudy weather | Codes, Process Internal | coffee | COLON | COLON, ETHIOPIC | COLON, MODIFIER LETTER HALF TRIANGULAR | COLON, MODIFIER LETTER TRIANGULAR | COLON, MONGOLIAN | COLON, Z NOTATION TYPE | COLON EQUAL, DOUBLE | COLON EQUALS | COLON OPERATOR, TRIPLE | colon right arrow | COLON SIGN | COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT | COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT BELOW | COMBINING ACUTE TONE MARK | COMBINING ALMOST EQUAL TO ABOVE | Combining Alphabet, Korean Hangul Jamo | COMBINING ANNUITY SYMBOL | COMBINING BREVE | COMBINING BREVE BELOW | COMBINING BRIDGE ABOVE | COMBINING BRIDGE BELOW | COMBINING CANDRABINDU | COMBINING CARON | COMBINING CARON BELOW | COMBINING CEDILLA | Combining Characters, Cyrillic | COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT | COMBINING CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT BELOW | COMBINING CLOCKWISE ARROW ABOVE | COMBINING CLOCKWISE RING OVERLAY | COMBINING COMMA ABOVE | COMBINING COMMA ABOVE RIGHT | COMBINING COMMA BELOW | Combining Diacritical Marks | Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols | COMBINING DIAERESIS | COMBINING DIAERESIS BELOW | COMBINING DOT ABOVE | COMBINING DOT BELOW | COMBINING DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT | COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT | COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE | COMBINING DOUBLE LOW LINE | COMBINING DOUBLE OVERLINE | COMBINING DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW | COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE | COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE LEFT HALF | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW | COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY | COMBINING DOWN TACK BELOW | COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE | COMBINING ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH | COMBINING ENCLOSING DIAMOND | COMBINING ENCLOSING KEYCAP | COMBINING ENCLOSING SCREEN | COMBINING ENCLOSING SQUARE | COMBINING ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE | COMBINING EQUALS SIGN BELOW | COMBINING FOUR DOTS ABOVE | COMBINING GRAPHEME JOINER | COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT | COMBINING GRAVE ACCENT BELOW | COMBINING GRAVE TONE MARK | COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS | COMBINING GREEK KORONIS | COMBINING GREEK PERISPOMENI | COMBINING GREEK YPOGEGRAMMENI | combining hacek | Combining Half Marks | COMBINING HOMOTHETIC ABOVE | COMBINING HOOK ABOVE | COMBINING HORN | COMBINING INVERTED BREVE | COMBINING INVERTED BREVE BELOW | COMBINING INVERTED BRIDGE BELOW | COMBINING INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH BELOW | COMBINING KATAKANA-HIRAGANA VOICED SOUND MARK | Combining Latin Small Letters | COMBINING LEFT ANGLE ABOVE | COMBINING LEFT ANGLE BELOW | COMBINING LEFT ARROW ABOVE | COMBINING LEFT HALF RING BELOW | COMBINING LEFT HARPOON ABOVE | COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW ABOVE | COMBINING LEFT RIGHT ARROW BELOW | COMBINING LEFT TACK BELOW | COMBINING LEFTWARDS ARROW OVERLAY | COMBINING LONG SOLIDUS OVERLAY | COMBINING LONG STROKE OVERLAY | COMBINING LONG VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY | COMBINING LOW LINE | COMBINING MACRON | COMBINING MACRON BELOW | COMBINING MINUS SIGN BELOW | COMBINING NOT TILDE ABOVE | COMBINING OGONEK | COMBINING OVERLINE | COMBINING PALATALIZED HOOK BELOW | COMBINING PLUS SIGN BELOW | COMBINING RETROFLEX HOOK BELOW | COMBINING REVERSE SOLIDUS OVERLAY | COMBINING REVERSED COMMA ABOVE | COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING BELOW | COMBINING RING ABOVE | COMBINING RING BELOW | COMBINING RING OVERLAY | COMBINING SEAGULL BELOW | COMBINING SHORT SOLIDUS OVERLAY | COMBINING SHORT STROKE OVERLAY | COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY | COMBINING SQUARE BELOW | COMBINING THREE DOTS ABOVE | COMBINING TILDE | COMBINING TILDE BELOW | COMBINING TILDE OVERLAY | COMBINING TRIPLE UNDERDOT | COMBINING TURNED COMMA ABOVE | COMBINING UP TACK BELOW | COMBINING UPWARDS ARROW BELOW | COMBINING VERTICAL LINE ABOVE | COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW | COMBINING VERTICAL TILDE | COMBINING WIDE BRIDGE ABOVE | COMBINING X ABOVE | COMET | COMMA | COMMA, ARABIC | COMMA, ARMENIAN | COMMA, ETHIOPIC | comma, georgian | COMMA, IDEOGRAPHIC | comma, invisible | COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED | COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER TURNED | COMMA, MONGOLIAN | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING REVERSED | COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING TURNED | COMMA ABOVE, MINUS SIGN WITH | COMMA ABOVE RIGHT, COMBINING | COMMA BELOW, COMBINING | comma quotation mark, double | comma quotation mark, double reversed | comma quotation mark, double turned | comma quotation mark, low double | comma quotation mark, low single | comma quotation mark, single | comma quotation mark, single reversed | comma quotation mark, single turned | command, application program | command, operating system | command key | COMMERCIAL AT | COMMERCIAL MINUS SIGN | compass | Compatibility and Specials Area | Compatibility Jamo, Korean Hangul | COMPLEMENT | complex numbers, the set of | component, radial | Components, Form and Chart | composite function | COMPOSITION, Z NOTATION RELATIONAL | COMPOSITION, Z NOTATION SCHEMA | composition circle, jis | COMPOSITION SYMBOL | concatenation, z notation sequence | CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND, WHITE | CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH LEFTWARDS TICK, WHITE | CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH RIGHTWARDS TICK, WHITE | conductance | CONGRUENT WITH DOT ABOVE | CONICAL TAPER | CONJUGATE MATRIX, HERMITIAN | conjunction | CONJUNCTION | CONSECUTIVE EQUALS SIGNS, THREE | CONSECUTIVE EQUALS SIGNS, TWO | consonant for Addu dialect | CONTAINS AS MEMBER | CONTAINS AS MEMBER, SMALL | CONTAINS AS NORMAL SUBGROUP | CONTAINS WITH LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE | CONTAINS WITH OVERBAR | CONTAINS WITH OVERBAR, SMALL | CONTAINS WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE | CONTAINS WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE, SMALL | continuity, absolute | CONTINUOUS UNDERLINE SYMBOL | continuum, second transfinite cardinal | CONTOUR INTEGRAL | CONTOUR INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE | CONTOURED OUTLINE, SQUARE WITH | contraction operator | control, graphic for | Control, Syriac Format | Control Code Graphics | Control Codes, C1 | Control Codes, Graphic Pictures for | Control Codes, Graphics for | control sequence introducer | control string, device | Controls, Bidirectional Formatting | Controls, Mongolian Format | Controls and Basic Latin, C0 | Controls and Latin-1 Supplement, C1 | COPRODUCT, AMALGAMATION OR | COPRODUCT, N-ARY | Coptic, Greek and | Coptic-unique Letters | COPYRIGHT, SOUND RECORDING | COPYRIGHT SIGN | CORNER, TOP LEFT | CORNER BRACKET, LEFT | CORNER BRACKET, LEFT WHITE | Corner brackets | CORNER WITH DOT, LOWER RIGHT | CORNER WITH DOT, UPPER LEFT | corners, Quine | CORPORATION, SQUARE | CORRESPONDS TO | corresponds to | costa rican currency | countable, first transfinite cardinal | COUNTERBORE | COUNTERSINK | cr | Croatian, Additions for Slovenian and | Croatian Digraphs Matching Serbian Cyrillic Letters | CROP, TOP LEFT | CROSS, EAST SYRIAC | CROSS, LATIN | cross, long | CROSS, MALTESE | CROSS, ORTHODOX | cross, st. andrew's | CROSS, WEST SYRIAC | CROSS ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | Cross Dingbats | CROSS OF JERUSALEM | CROSS OF LORRAINE | CROSS PRODUCT, VECTOR OR | cross ratio | CROSSBONES, SKULL AND | crosshatch | CRUZEIRO SIGN | CUBE ROOT | cubed | cup | CUP, SQUARE | curly bracket, closing | CURLY BRACKET, LEFT | curly bracket, opening | CURLY BRACKET, RIGHT | CURLY LOGICAL AND | CURLY LOGICAL OR | currency, brazilian | currency, costa rican | currency, el salvadorian | currency, euro european | currency, french | currency, greek | currency, hebrew | currency, indian | currency, iranian | currency, israeli | currency, italian | currency, korean | currency, laotian | currency, mongolian | currency, nigerian | currency, phillipine | currency, spanish | currency, turkish | currency, vietnamese | CURRENCY SIGN | Currency Signs, Bengali | currency symbol, florin | CURRENCY SYMBOL BAHT, THAI | Currency Symbols | current, alternating | CURRENT SYMBOL FORM TWO, DIRECT | cycle | CYLINDRICITY | Cypriot Syllabary | Cyrillic | Cyrillic, Extended | Cyrillic Capital Letters | Cyrillic Combining Characters | Cyrillic Extensions | Cyrillic Historic Letters | Cyrillic Komi Letters | Cyrillic Small Letters | Cyrillic Supplementary | | [D] | D, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | D, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC CAPITAL | D, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL | D, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AFRICAN | d retroflex hook, latin small letter | D WITH TAIL, LATIN SMALL LETTER | DAGGER | DAGGER, DOUBLE | d'alembertian | DALET SYMBOL | DANDA, DEVANAGARI | DANDA, DEVANAGARI DOUBLE | dash, angled | DASH, CIRCLED | DASH, EM | DASH, EN | DASH, FIGURE | dash, long | dash, quotation | DASH, SWUNG | DASH, WAVE | DASH, WAVY | DASHED LOW LINE | DASHED OVERLINE | Dashes | dasia | data link escape | DATA LINK ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR | Database Theory Operators | DAVID, STAR OF | Days, Telegraph Symbols for | DAY SIGN, TAMIL | decimal point | decimal separator | DECIMAL SEPARATOR, ARABIC | DECIMAL SEPARATOR KEY SYMBOL | deergh viram | definition, equal to by | DEFINITION, EQUAL TO BY | DEGREE CELSIUS | DEGREE FAHRENHEIT | DEGREE SIGN | degrees centigrade | degrees kelvin | del | delete | DELETE, SYMBOL FOR | delete, undoable | DELETE FORM TWO, SYMBOL FOR | delete to the left key | delete to the right key | DELIMITER, TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR | DELTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | DELTA EQUAL TO | DENTAL CLICK, LATIN LETTER | Dentistry Notation Symbols | depth symbol | derivative | derivative, double | derivative, fourth | derivative, third | DESCENDING NODE | Description Characters, Ideographic | Devanagari | DEVANAGARI DANDA | Devanagari Digits | DEVANAGARI DOUBLE DANDA | Devanagari Letters | DEVANAGARI OM | device control four | DEVICE CONTROL FOUR, SYMBOL FOR | device control one | DEVICE CONTROL ONE, SYMBOL FOR | device control string | device control three | DEVICE CONTROL THREE, SYMBOL FOR | device control two | DEVICE CONTROL TWO, SYMBOL FOR | DHARMA, WHEEL OF | Diacritic-vowel Combinations, Pinyin | Diacritical Marks, Combining | Diacritical Marks for Symbols, Combining | Diacritics, Double | Diacritics, Enclosing | Diacritics, Medieval Superscript Letter | Diacritics, Overstruck | Diacritics, Spacing Clones of | Diacritics for Greek | Diacritics for IPA | DIAERESIS | DIAERESIS, COMBINING | diaeresis, greek capital letter upsilon hook | diaeresis, spacing | DIAERESIS AND HOOK SYMBOL, GREEK UPSILON WITH | DIAERESIS BELOW, COMBINING | DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS, UP RIGHT | DIAGONAL SLASH, SQUARED FALLING | DIAGONAL SLASH, SQUARED RISING | dialytika | DIALYTIKA TONOS, COMBINING GREEK | DIAMETER SIGN | diameter symbol | DIAMOND, COMBINING ENCLOSING | DIAMOND, WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED | DIAMOND OPERATOR | DIAMOND WITH CENTRED DOT, WHITE | DIAMOND WITH DOWN ARROW, BLACK | DIAMOND WITH LEFTWARDS TICK, WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED | DIAMOND WITH RIGHTWARDS TICK, WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED | Diamonds | Dice | diesis | difference, backward | difference, forward | difference, sum or positive | difference, symmetric | difference, symmetric | difference between | DIFFERENCE BETWEEN | difference or sum, positive | DIFFERENTIAL, PARTIAL | DIGIT SHAPES, NATIONAL | DIGIT SHAPES, NOMINAL | Digits, Arabic-Indic | Digits, Bengali | Digits, Devanagari | Digits, Dingbat Circled | Digits, Ethiopic | Digits, Gujarati | Digits, Gurmukhi | Digits, Kannada | Digits, Khmer | Digits, Lao | | Digits, Mongolian | Digits, Myanmar | Digits, Oriya | Digits, Osmanya | Digits, Subscript | Digits, Superscript | Digits, Tamil | Digits, Telugu | Digits, Thai | Digits, Tibetan | Digits for Persian and Urdu, Eastern Arabic-Indic | DIGRAPH KOTO, KATAKANA | DIGRAPH YORI, HIRAGANA | Digraphs, Phonetic | Digraphs, Yiddish | Digraphs Matching Serbian Cyrillic Letters, Croatian | Digram Symbols, Yijing Monogram and | Digram Symbols, Tai Xuan Jing | dijkstra choice | dijkstra choice, n-ary | DIMENSION ORIGIN | Dingbat Circled Digits | Dingbats | Dingbats, Arrow | Dingbats, Cross | Dingbats, Drop-Shadowed | Dingbats, Hazard | Dingbats, Heart | Dingbats, Miscellaneous | Dingbats, Music | Dingbats, Pencil | Dingbats, Pointing Index Finger | Dingbats, Quotation Mark | Dingbats, Scissors | Dingbats, Snowflake | Dingbats, Star | Dingbats, Vertical Bar | Dingbats, Warning | Dingbats, Weather | Dingbats, Zapf | Dingbats Series 100, ITC Zapf | DIRECT CURRENT SYMBOL FORM TWO | direct product | direct sum | DIRECTIONAL FORMATTING, POP | Directional Formatting Controls | DISCONTINUOUS UNDERLINE SYMBOL | discretionary hyphen | | DITTO MARK | DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL BAR AND TOP HALF DIVIDED BY VERTICAL BAR, CIRCLE | DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL RULE, LOZENGE | DIVIDED BY VERTICAL BAR, CIRCLE DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL BAR AND TOP HALF | DIVIDES | Divination Lore, Khmer Symbols for | DIVISION SIGN | DIVISION SIGN, CIRCLED | DIVISION SIGN, CIRCLED ANTICLOCKWISE-ROTATED | Division Sign Operators, Multiplication and | DIVISION SLASH | DIVISION SLASH, CIRCLED | DIVISION TIMES | DOES NOT DIVIDE WITH REVERSED NEGATION SLASH | does not yield | DOLLAR SIGN | DOMAIN ANTIRESTRICTION, Z NOTATION | DONG SIGN | dot | DOT, AEGEAN LINE SEPARATOR | dot, greek middle | DOT, KATAKANA MIDDLE | DOT, MIDDLE | DOT ABOVE | DOT ABOVE, COMBINING | dot above, double | DOT ABOVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH | DOT BELOW, COMBINING | DOT MINUS | DOT OPERATOR | DOT OPERATOR, CIRCLED | DOT OPERATOR, N-ARY CIRCLED | DOT OPERATOR, SQUARED | DOT PLUS | DOTLESS BEH, ARABIC LETTER | DOTLESS I, LATIN SMALL LETTER | DOTLESS QAF, ARABIC LETTER | DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING FOUR | DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING THREE | DOTTED CIRCLE | DOTTED FENCE | DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT | DOUBLE ACUTE ACCENT, COMBINING | DOUBLE ANGLE BRACKET, LEFT | DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING | DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING | DOUBLE APOSTROPHE, MODIFIER LETTER | DOUBLE ARCH BELOW, COMBINING INVERTED | double bar, latin letter pipe | DOUBLE CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN | Double Circled Numbers | DOUBLE COLON EQUAL | double comma quotation mark | double comma quotation mark, low | DOUBLE DAGGER | DOUBLE DANDA, DEVANAGARI | double derivative | Double Diacritics | double dot above | DOUBLE DOWN TACK | DOUBLE EXCLAMATION MARK | DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING | DOUBLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK | DOUBLE HYPHEN, KATAKANA-HIRAGANA | DOUBLE INTEGRAL | DOUBLE INTERSECTION | DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING | DOUBLE LEFT TURNSTILE, DOUBLE VERTICAL BAR | DOUBLE LEFT TURNSTILE, VERTICAL BAR | DOUBLE LOGICAL AND | DOUBLE LOGICAL OR | DOUBLE LOW LINE | DOUBLE LOW LINE, COMBINING | DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK | DOUBLE NESTED GREATER-THAN | DOUBLE NESTED LESS-THAN | DOUBLE NESTED LESS-THAN WITH UNDERBAR | double obelisk | DOUBLE OVERBAR, LOGICAL AND WITH | DOUBLE OVERBAR, LOGICAL OR WITH | DOUBLE OVERLINE, COMBINING | double pipe | DOUBLE PLUS | DOUBLE PRECEDES | DOUBLE PRIME | DOUBLE PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER | DOUBLE PRIME, REVERSED | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK, LOW | DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED | DOUBLE PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE | Double punctuation for vertical text | DOUBLE QUESTION MARK | DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT | DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT | double reversed comma quotation mark | DOUBLE RIGHTWARDS ARROW BELOW, COMBINING | DOUBLE SOLIDUS OPERATOR | DOUBLE SQUARE INTERSECTION | DOUBLE SQUARE UNION | DOUBLE STROKE, INTEGRAL WITH | DOUBLE STROKE NOT SIGN | DOUBLE STROKE NOT SIGN, REVERSED | DOUBLE SUBSET | DOUBLE SUCCEEDS | DOUBLE SUPERSET | DOUBLE TILDE, COMBINING | DOUBLE TILDE LEFT HALF, COMBINING | double turned comma quotation mark | DOUBLE TURNSTILE, LEFT AND RIGHT | DOUBLE UNDERBAR, LOGICAL AND WITH | DOUBLE UNDERBAR, LOGICAL OR WITH | double underline | double underscore | double underscore, spacing | DOUBLE UNION | DOUBLE UP TACK | DOUBLE VERTICAL, LONG DASH FROM LEFT MEMBER OF | DOUBLE VERTICAL BAR DOUBLE LEFT TURNSTILE | DOUBLE VERTICAL BAR LEFT TURNSTILE | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING | DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING | DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE, RIGHTWARDS ARROW WITH TAIL WITH | DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE HORIZONTAL BAR WITH | DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING | DOUBLE WAVY OVERLINE | DOUBLE WIGGLY FENCE, LEFT | DOUBLE WIGGLY FENCE, RIGHT | double-barred pipe | DOUBLE-ENDED MULTIMAP | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL C | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL H | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL N | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL P | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL Q | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL R | DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL Z | Double-struck Greek Letters | Double-Struck Italic Mathematical Symbols | DOUBLE-STRUCK N-ARY SUMMATION | down, page | DOWN TACK | DOWN TACK BELOW, COMBINING | DOWN-POINTING TRIANGLE WITH LEFT HALF BLACK | DOWN-POINTING TRIANGLE WITH RIGHT HALF BLACK | DRACHMA SIGN | Drafting Symbols | dram | drop | Duplicates from Big 5

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    [E] | E, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL | E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN | E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER REVERSED | e, latin capital letter turned | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED OPEN | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED REVERSED OPEN | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED OPEN | E, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | E, SCRIPT CAPITAL | E, SCRIPT SMALL | EARTH | Eastern Arabic-Indic Digits for Persian and Urdu | ecu | EIGHTH NOTE | EIGHTH NOTES, BEAMED | Eighths, Fractions | EJECT SYMBOL | EK ONKAR, GURMUKHI | el salvadorian currency | ELECTRIC ARROW | electro-magnetic force, emf | electrolysis | Electrotechnical Symbols from IR 181 | element, unique | ELEMENT OF | ELEMENT OF, NOT AN | ELEMENT OF, SMALL | ELEMENT OF OPENING DOWNWARDS | ELEMENT OF OPENING UPWARDS | ELEMENT OF WITH DOT ABOVE | ELEMENT OF WITH LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE | ELEMENT OF WITH OVERBAR | ELEMENT OF WITH OVERBAR, SMALL | ELEMENT OF WITH TWO HORIZONTAL STROKES | ELEMENT OF WITH UNDERBAR | ELEMENT OF WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE | ELEMENT OF WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE, SMALL | ell, mathematical symbol | ELLIPSIS, HORIZONTAL | ELLIPSIS, MIDLINE HORIZONTAL | ELLIPSIS, UP RIGHT DIAGONAL | ELLIPSIS, VERTICAL | elliptic function, weierstrass | EM DASH | EM QUAD | EM SPACE | EMBEDDING, LEFT-TO-RIGHT | EMBEDDING, RIGHT-TO-LEFT | emf | EMPHASIS MARK, ARMENIAN | Emphasis Marks, Sidelining | EMPHASIS SYMBOL | EMPTY SET | Empty Sets | EN DASH | EN QUAD | EN SPACE | Enclosed Alphanumerics | ENCLOSING CIRCLE, COMBINING | ENCLOSING CIRCLE BACKSLASH, COMBINING | Enclosing Diacritics | ENCLOSING DIAMOND, COMBINING | ENCLOSING KEYCAP, COMBINING | ENCLOSING SCREEN, COMBINING | ENCLOSING SQUARE, COMBINING | ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE, COMBINING | end | end of guarded area | end of medium | end of medium, graphic for | END OF MEDIUM, SYMBOL FOR | END OF PROOF | end of selected area | end of text | END OF TEXT, SYMBOL FOR | end of transmission | end of transmission, graphic for | END OF TRANSMISSION, SYMBOL FOR | end of transmission block | END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR | ENG, LATIN SMALL LETTER | enotikon, greek | enquiry | ENQUIRY, SYMBOL FOR | enter key | ENTER SYMBOL | ENVELOPE | epsilon, latin capital letter | epsilon, latin small letter | epsilon, latin small letter closed | epsilon, latin small letter closed reversed | epsilon, reversed straight | epsilon, reversed straight | epsilon, straight | epsilon, straight | EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK LUNATE | EPSILON SYMBOL, GREEK REVERSED LUNATE | EQUAL, DOUBLE COLON | EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR OR | EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL, GREATER-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR OR | EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL, LESS-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL ABOVE GREATER-THAN, LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL ABOVE LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED | EQUAL OR EQUAL TO, APPROXIMATELY | EQUAL TO, ALL | EQUAL TO, ALMOST | EQUAL TO, APPROXIMATELY | equal to, approximately | EQUAL TO, APPROXIMATELY EQUAL OR | EQUAL TO, ASYMPTOTICALLY | EQUAL TO, CLOSED SUBSET OR | EQUAL TO, CLOSED SUPERSET OR | EQUAL TO, DELTA | EQUAL TO, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED GREATER-THAN OR | EQUAL TO, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED LESS-THAN OR | EQUAL TO, GEOMETRICALLY | EQUAL TO, GREATER-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE NOT | EQUAL TO, GREATER-THAN OR | EQUAL TO, GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO, LARGER THAN OR | EQUAL TO, LESS-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE NOT | EQUAL TO, LESS-THAN OR | EQUAL TO, LESS-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO, NOT | EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE ALMOST | EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE NOT | EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE NOT ALMOST | EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE SINGLE-LINE NOT | EQUAL TO, QUESTIONED | EQUAL TO, RING | EQUAL TO, RING IN | EQUAL TO, SMALLER THAN OR | EQUAL TO, SUBSET OF ABOVE ALMOST | EQUAL TO, SUBSET OF ABOVE NOT | EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE ALMOST | EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE NOT | EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE NOT ALMOST | EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE SINGLE-LINE NOT | EQUAL TO, SUPERSET OF ABOVE ALMOST | EQUAL TO, SUPERSET OF ABOVE NOT | EQUAL TO ABOVE, COMBINING ALMOST | equal to by definition | EQUAL TO BY DEFINITION | EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED | EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN, SLANTED | EQUAL TO OR GREATER-THAN WITH DOT INSIDE, SLANTED | EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE | EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED | EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN, SLANTED | EQUAL TO OR LESS-THAN WITH DOT INSIDE, SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT, ALMOST | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE, GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE, LESS-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE, SUBSET OF OR | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE, SUPERSET OF OR | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE LEFT, GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE RIGHT, LESS-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH DOT INSIDE, GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUAL TO WITH DOT INSIDE, LESS-THAN OR SLANTED | EQUALS, CIRCLED | EQUALS, REVERSED TILDE | EQUALS, STAR | EQUALS COLON | EQUALS SIGN | EQUALS SIGN, PLUS SIGN ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, PRECEDES ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, PRECEDES ABOVE SINGLE-LINE | EQUALS SIGN, SIMILAR ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, SIMILAR ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, SUBSCRIPT | EQUALS SIGN, SUBSET OF ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, SUCCEEDS ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN, SUCCEEDS ABOVE SINGLE-LINE | EQUALS SIGN, SUPERSCRIPT | EQUALS SIGN, SUPERSET OF ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN ABOVE PLUS SIGN | EQUALS SIGN ABOVE TILDE OPERATOR | EQUALS SIGN AND SLANTED PARALLEL | EQUALS SIGN AND SLANTED PARALLEL WITH TILDE ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING | EQUALS SIGN WITH BUMPY ABOVE | EQUALS SIGN WITH DOT BELOW | EQUALS SIGN WITH TWO DOTS ABOVE AND TWO DOTS BELOW | EQUALS SIGNS, THREE CONSECUTIVE | EQUALS SIGNS, TWO CONSECUTIVE | equiangular | EQUIANGULAR TO | equivalent, tautological | EQUIVALENT TO | EQUIVALENT TO, GEOMETRICALLY | EQUIVALENT TO, STRICTLY | EQUIVALENT WITH FOUR DOTS ABOVE | Era Names, Japanese | ERASE TO THE LEFT | ERASE TO THE RIGHT | error | Error Bar Symbols | escape | escape, data link | ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR | ESCAPE, SYMBOL FOR DATA LINK | escudo | ESH, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER SQUAT REVERSED | ESH LOOP, LATIN LETTER REVERSED | ESTIMATED SYMBOL | ESTIMATES | eszett | ET, TIRONIAN SIGN | ETH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | ethel | Ethiopic | ETHIOPIC COLON | ETHIOPIC COMMA | Ethiopic Digits | ETHIOPIC FULL STOP | ETHIOPIC QUESTION MARK | ETHIOPIC SEMICOLON | ETHIOPIC WORDSPACE | EULER CONSTANT | EURO SIGN | European Latin | european paragraph sign | european section sign | EXCESS | EXCLAMATION MARK | EXCLAMATION MARK, ARMENIAN | EXCLAMATION MARK, DOUBLE | EXCLAMATION MARK, INVERTED | exclamation mark, latin letter | EXCLAMATION MARK, QUESTION | EXCLAMATION MARK ORNAMENT, HEAVY | EXCLAMATION QUESTION MARK | EXISTS, THERE | Extended Additional, Latin | Extended Arabic | Extended Cyrillic | Extended for Minnan and Hakka, Chinese Bopomofo | Extended Greek | Extended-A, Latin | Extended-B, Latin | extension, arrows | EXTENSION, HORIZONTAL LINE | EXTENSION, INTEGRAL | EXTENSION, VERTICAL LINE | Extensions, Cyrillic | Extensions, IPA | Extensions, Katakana Phonetic | Extensions, Special Characters | Extensions for Sanskrit and Tibetan, Mongolian | Extensions for Vietnamese, Latin | EZH, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | EZH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | EZH REVERSED, LATIN SMALL LETTER | | [F] | F, SCRIPT CAPITAL | F, TURNED CAPITAL | F WITH HOOK, LATIN SMALL LETTER | FACE, BLACK SMILING | FACE, POSTAL MARK | FACE, WHITE FROWNING | FACE, WHITE SMILING | FACSIMILE SIGN | factorial | FAHRENHEIT, DEGREE | FALLING DIAGONAL SLASH, SQUARED | FALLING DOTS, MINUS SIGN WITH | feet | FEMALE SIGN | FEMININE ORDINAL INDICATOR | FENCE, DOTTED | FENCE, LEFT DOUBLE WIGGLY | FENCE, LEFT WIGGLY | FENCE, RIGHT DOUBLE WIGGLY | FENCE, RIGHT WIGGLY | Fences | Fences | Fifths, Fractions | FIGURE DASH | FIGURE SPACE | file separator | FILE SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR | Finger Dingbats, Pointing Index | finite function, z notation | finite function, z notation | finite injection, z notation | FINITE PART INTEGRAL | finite relation, z notation | finite surjection, z notation | finite surjective injection, z notation | FIRST QUARTER MOON | first transfinite cardinal (countable) | Fish Tails | FISHEYE | fist | FIVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER TONE | FIVE POINTED STAR, ARABIC | FLAG, BLACK | FLAT SIGN, MUSIC | FLOOR, LEFT | FLORAL HEART BULLET, REVERSED ROTATED | florin currency symbol | folder | FOOT, SQUARE | FOONOTE MARKER, ARABIC | FOR ALL | FORCES | FORKING | Forks | Form and Chart Components | form feed | form feed | FORM FEED, SYMBOL FOR | Format Control, Syriac | Format Controls, Mongolian | FORMATTING, POP DIRECTIONAL | Formatting Characters | Formatting Characters | Formatting Controls, Bidirectional | forward difference | FOUR DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING | FOUR-PER-EM SPACE | | fourth derivative | FOURTH ROOT | fourth transfinite cardinal | Fourths, Fractions | FRACTION NUMERATOR ONE | FRACTION ONE HALF, VULGAR | FRACTION ONE QUARTER, VULGAR | FRACTION SLASH | FRACTION THREE QUARTERS, VULGAR | Fractions | | framus, white | FRANC SIGN, FRENCH | FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL VOICED | FROWN | FROWNING FACE, WHITE | FULL BLOCK | FULL OUTER JOIN | FULL STOP | FULL STOP, ARABIC | FULL STOP, ARMENIAN | FULL STOP, ETHIOPIC | full stop, georgian | FULL STOP, IDEOGRAPHIC | FULL STOP, MONGOLIAN | Fullwidth Brackets | Fullwidth Forms, Halfwidth and | Fullwidth Symbol Variants | FUNCTION, CIRCULATION | function, z notation finite | function, z notation finite | function, z notation partial | FUNCTION APPLICATION | function symbol | fvs | | [G] | G, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | G, LATIN SMALL LETTER SCRIPT | G, SCRIPT SMALL | G, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL | game | GB 2312 (Chinese), Based on | GEMINI | General Punctuation | General Scripts Area | GENERIC MATERIALS, RECYCLING SYMBOL FOR | Generic punctuation for Philippine scripts | GEOMETRIC PROPORTION | Geometric Shapes | GEOMETRICALLY EQUAL TO | GEOMETRICALLY EQUIVALENT TO | Georgian | Georgian Capital Letters | georgian comma | georgian full stop | GEORGIAN PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR | Georgian Small Letters | german mark | GERMAN PENNY SIGN | GETA MARK | GIMEL SYMBOL | GLEICH STARK | glottal stop | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER | GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER INVERTED | glottal stop, latin letter reversed | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER REVERSED | GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL REVERSED | Go Markers | Golden Number Runes | GRAPHEME JOINER, COMBINING | Graphic Characters, Terminal | Graphic Characters, Terminal | Graphic Pictures for Control Codes | Graphics, Control Code | Graphics, Scan Lines For Terminal | Graphics for Control Codes | grave, spacing | GRAVE ACCENT | GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING | GRAVE ACCENT, COMBINING DOUBLE | GRAVE ACCENT, DEVANAGARI | GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER LOW | grave accent, swedish | GRAVE ACCENT BELOW, COMBINING | GRAVE TONE MARK, COMBINING | GREATER-THAN, CIRCLED | GREATER-THAN, DOUBLE NESTED | GREATER-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL TO OR | GREATER-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | GREATER-THAN, LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL ABOVE | GREATER-THAN, LESS-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR ABOVE | GREATER-THAN, MUCH | GREATER-THAN, SIMILAR OR | GREATER-THAN, SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | GREATER-THAN, TRIPLE NESTED | GREATER-THAN, VERY MUCH | GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE | GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL ABOVE LESS-THAN | GREATER-THAN ABOVE EQUALS SIGN, SIMILAR ABOVE | GREATER-THAN ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL | GREATER-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR ABOVE LESS-THAN | GREATER-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR OR EQUAL | GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE | GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL | GREATER-THAN AND NOT APPROXIMATE | GREATER-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE NOT EQUAL TO | GREATER-THAN BESIDE LESS-THAN | GREATER-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE | GREATER-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL | GREATER-THAN OR APPROXIMATE | GREATER-THAN OR EQUAL TO | GREATER-THAN OR EQUAL TO, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED | GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO | GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE | GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE LEFT | GREATER-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT INSIDE | GREATER-THAN OVERLAPPING LESS-THAN | GREATER-THAN SIGN | GREATER-THAN WITH CIRCLE INSIDE | GREATER-THAN WITH DOT INSIDE, SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | GREATER-THAN WITH QUESTION MARK ABOVE | Greek, Diacritics for | Greek, Extended | Greek and Coptic | Greek Capital Letters | greek currency | GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS, COMBINING | greek enotikon | GREEK KORONIS, COMBINING | greek middle dot | greek non-spacing iota below | GREEK PERISPOMENI, COMBINING | GREEK QUESTION MARK | GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA, TURNED | Greek Small Letters | Greek Symbols | GREEK YPOGEGRAMMENI, COMBINING | group lock | group separator | GROUP SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR | guarded area, end of | guarded area, start of | gui icons | guillemet, left pointing | guillemet, left pointing single | guillemet, right pointing | guillemet, right pointing single | Gujarati | Gujarati Digits | Gujarati Letters | GUJARATI RUPEE SIGN | Gurmukhi | Gurmukhi Digits | Gurmukhi Letters | | [H] | H, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL | H, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | H, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | H, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | H, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | H, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | H, SCRIPT CAPITAL | hacek, combining | hacek, modifier letter | HAIR SPACE | Hakka, Chinese Bopomofo Extended for Minnan and | halant, bengali | halant, devanagari | HALF, COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE LEFT | HALF, VULGAR FRACTION ONE | HALF CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN LEFT | HALF CIRCLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN RIGHT | HALF CIRCLE, PLUS SIGN IN LEFT | HALF CIRCLE, PLUS SIGN IN RIGHT | HALF FILL SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC | HALF INTEGRAL, TOP | Half Marks, Combining | HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER CENTRED LEFT | HALF RING, MODIFIER LETTER LEFT | HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING LEFT | HALF RING BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT | HALF TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER | Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms | Halfwidth Japanese Katakana Variants | Halfwidth Korean Hangul Variants | hamiltonian function | HAMMER AND SICKLE | Han Ideographs | HAND, VICTORY | HAND, WRITING | Hand Symbols, Pointing | Hangul, Based on KS C 5601 (Korean) | HANGUL CHOSEONG FILLER | Hangul Compatibility Jamo, Korean | Hangul Elements, Circled Korean | Hangul Elements, Parenthesized Korean | HANGUL FILLER | Hangul Jamo Combining Alphabet, Korean | HANGUL JUNGSEONG FILLER | Hangul Syllables, Circled Korean | Hangul Syllables, Parenthesized Korean | Hangul Syllables Area, Korean | Hangul Variants, Halfwidth Korean | Hangzhou-style Numerals | Hanunoo | HANUNOO SIGN PAMUDPOD | Hanun?pecific punctuation | HARPOON ABOVE, COMBINING LEFT | hasant | hash | hat | hat | Hazard Dingbats | heading, start of | HEADING, SYMBOL FOR START OF | Heart Ornaments | HEAVY BALLOT X | HEAVY CHECK MARK | HEAVY MULTIPLICATION X | Hebrew | Hebrew Cantillation Marks | hebrew currency | Hebrew Letters | Hebrew Points | Hebrew Presentation Forms | HELM SYMBOL | HERMITIAN CONJUGATE MATRIX | Hexagram Symbols, Yijing | hiding, z notation schema | | HIGH VOLTAGE SIGN | HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE | HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE | higher rank than | Hiragana, Based on JIS X 0208 (Japanese) | HIRAGANA DIGRAPH YORI | HIRAGANA ITERATION MARK | histogram marker | Historic Letters, Cyrillic | home | home | HOMOTHETIC | HOMOTHETIC ABOVE, COMBINING | Honorific Signs, Arabic | HOOK, MODIFIER LETTER RHOTIC | hook, nasal | HOOK ABOVE, COMBINING | HOOK BELOW, COMBINING PALATALIZED | HOOK BELOW, COMBINING RETROFLEX | HORIZONTAL BAR | HORIZONTAL BAR, CIRCLE WITH | HORIZONTAL BAR WITH DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE | HORIZONTAL BAR WITH TRIPLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE | HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS | HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS, MIDLINE | HORIZONTAL LINE EXTENSION | HORIZONTAL RULE, LOZENGE DIVIDED BY | horizontal tabulation | HORIZONTAL TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR | HORN, COMBINING | HORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER RAMS | HOT BEVERAGE | HOT SPRINGS | HOURGLASS | HOURGLASS, BLACK | HOURGLASS, WHITE | Hours, Telegraph Symbols for | HOUSE | HV, LATIN SMALL LETTER | HWAIR, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | HYPHEN | HYPHEN, ARMENIAN | hyphen, discretionary | HYPHEN, KATAKANA-HIRAGANA DOUBLE | HYPHEN, NON-BREAKING | HYPHEN, SOFT | HYPHEN BULLET | hyphen or minus sign | HYPHEN-MINUS | HYPHENATION POINT | hyphus | HYSTERESIS SYMBOL | | [I] | I, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL | I, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | I, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL | I, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | I, LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS | I, SCRIPT CAPITAL | I, SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER | I WITH DOT ABOVE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | icons, gui | identical and parallel to | IDENTICAL TO | IDENTICAL TO AND SLANTED PARALLEL | IDENTICAL WITH DOT ABOVE | Ideographic Annotation, Japanese Kanbun | IDEOGRAPHIC CLOSING MARK | IDEOGRAPHIC COMMA | Ideographic Description Characters | IDEOGRAPHIC FULL STOP | IDEOGRAPHIC HALF FILL SPACE | IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK | IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK, VERTICAL | IDEOGRAPHIC NUMBER ZERO | IDEOGRAPHIC SPACE | Ideographic Tone Marks | Ideographs, Circled | Ideographs, Han | Ideographs, Parenthesized | IDLE, SYMBOL FOR SYNCHRONOUS | idle, synchronous | IMAGE OF | IMAGE OF, SQUARE | imaginary part | implies | inches | included in set | includes in set | INCOMPLETE INFINITY | incorporated, japanese | INCREASES AS | INCREMENT | independence | independent | independent, not | index | Index Finger Dingbats, Pointing | indian currency | inferior order to, of | INFINITY | INFINITY, INCOMPLETE | INFINITY, TIE OVER | INFINITY NEGATED WITH VERTICAL BAR | INFORMATION SOURCE | INHIBIT ARABIC FORM SHAPING | INHIBIT SYMMETRIC SWAPPING | injection, z notation finite | injection, z notation finite surjective | injection, z notation partial | injection, z notation surjective | INSERTION POINT, CARET | INSERTION SYMBOL | integers, the set of | INTEGRAL | INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE | INTEGRAL, CLOCKWISE CONTOUR | INTEGRAL, CONTOUR | INTEGRAL, DOUBLE | integral, riemann | INTEGRAL, SURFACE | INTEGRAL, TOP HALF | INTEGRAL, TRIPLE | INTEGRAL, VOLUME | Integrals, Summations and | INTERCALATE | INTERIOR PRODUCT | INTERIOR PRODUCT, RIGHTHAND | interleave | Interlinear Annotation | Internal Codes, Process | | INTERROBANG | INTERSECTION | INTERSECTION, DOUBLE | INTERSECTION, INTEGRAL WITH | INTERSECTION, N-ARY | intersection, proper | INTERSECTION, TRANSVERSAL | INTERSECTION OPERATOR, N-ARY SQUARE | INTERSECTION WITH DOT | Intersections and Unions | introducer, control sequence | introducer, single character | Inverse Numbers, Circled | INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING | INVERTED BREVE, COMBINING DOUBLE | INVERTED BREVE BELOW, COMBINING | INVERTED BRIDGE BELOW, COMBINING | INVERTED DOUBLE ARCH BELOW, COMBINING | INVERTED EXCLAMATION MARK | INVERTED GLOTTAL STOP, LATIN LETTER | INVERTED LAZY S | INVERTED OHM SIGN | INVERTED QUESTION MARK | INVERTED R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | INVERTED R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | INVERTED UNDERTIE | Invisible Operators | IOTA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | IOTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | IOTA, TURNED GREEK SMALL LETTER | iota below, greek non-spacing | IPA, Diacritics for | IPA Extensions | IR 181, Electrotechnical Symbols from | iran, symbol of | irish punt | ISCII 1988 (Devanagari), Based on | ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1), Based on | ISO 8859-2, -3, -4, -9 (European Latin), Based on | ISO 8859-5 (Cyrillic), Based on | ISO 8859-6 (Arabic), Based on | ISO 8859-7 (Greek), Based on | ISO 8859-8 (Hebrew), Based on | ISO 9995-7, Keyboard Symbols from | ISO 9995-7, Keyboard Symbols from | israeli currency | italian currency | Italic Mathematical Symbols, Double-Struck | ITC Zapf Dingbats Series 100 | ITERATION MARK, HIRAGANA | ITERATION MARK, IDEOGRAPHIC | ITERATION MARK, KATAKANA | ITERATION MARK, VERTICAL IDEOGRAPHIC | ivy leaf | | [J] | J, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC SMALL | J, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | jack | Jamo, Korean Hangul Compatibility | Jamo Combining Alphabet, Korean Hangul | Japanese Chess Symbols | Japanese Era Names | Japanese Hiragana | japanese incorporated | JAPANESE INDUSTRIAL STANDARD SYMBOL | Japanese Kanbun (Ideographic Annotation) | Japanese Katakana | Japanese Katakana, Circled | Japanese Katakana Variants, Halfwidth | Japanese Katakana Words, Squared | japanese kome | JERUSALEM, CROSS OF | jis composition circle | JIS X 0208, Based on | JIS X 0213 Compatibility Ideographs | JOIN | JOIN, FULL OUTER | JOIN, LEFT OUTER | JOIN, RIGHT OUTER | JOINER, COMBINING GRAPHEME | JOINER, WORD | JOINER, ZERO WIDTH | jot, apl | JUPITER | justification, character tabulation with | | [K] | K, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | kabusiki-gaisya | Kana Repeat Marks | Kanbun (Ideographic Annotation), Japanese | Kangxi Radicals | Kannada | Kannada Digits | Kannada Letters | Katakana, Circled Japanese | Katakana, Japanese | KATAKANA DIGRAPH KOTO | KATAKANA ITERATION MARK | KATAKANA MIDDLE DOT | Katakana Phonetic Extensions | Katakana Variants, Halfwidth Japanese | Katakana Words, Squared Japanese | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA DOUBLE HYPHEN | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA PROLONGED SOUND MARK | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA VOICED SOUND MARK | KATAKANA-HIRAGANA VOICED SOUND MARK, COMBINING | KELVIN SIGN | ket | key, clear | key, command | key, delete to the left | key, delete to the right | key, enter | KEY, OPTION | KEY SYMBOL, ALTERNATIVE | KEY SYMBOL, DECIMAL SEPARATOR | KEYBOARD | Keyboard Symbols | Keyboard Symbols from ISO 9995-7 | Keyboard Symbols from ISO 9995-7 | Keyboard and UI Symbols | KEYCAP, COMBINING ENCLOSING | Khmer | Khmer Digits | Khmer Lunar Date Symbols | Khmer Symbols | Khmer Symbols for Divination Lore | KIP SIGN | kome, japanese | Komi Letters, Cyrillic | Koranic Annotation Signs | korean currency | Korean Hangul Compatibility Jamo | Korean Hangul Elements, Circled | Korean Hangul Elements, Parenthesized | Korean Hangul Jamo Combining Alphabet | Korean Hangul Syllables, Circled | Korean Hangul Syllables, Parenthesized | Korean Hangul Syllables Area | Korean Hangul Variants, Halfwidth | KOREAN STANDARD SYMBOL | KORONIS, COMBINING GREEK | KOTO, KATAKANA DIGRAPH | KRA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | KS C 5601 (Korean Hangul), Based on | | [L] | L, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | L, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | L, REVERSED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL | L, SCRIPT CAPITAL | L, SCRIPT SMALL | L, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL | L B BAR SYMBOL | L WITH MIDDLE DOT, LATIN SMALL LETTER | L WITH MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER | lambda bar, latin letter | Lao | Lao Digits | Lao Letters | laotian currency | laplace operator | laplace operator | laplace symbol | LARGE AND, SLOPING | large bowtie | LARGE DOWN TACK | LARGE LEFT TRIANGLE OPERATOR | LARGE OR, SLOPING | LARGE TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR OPERATOR | LARGE UP TACK | LARGER THAN | LARGER THAN OR EQUAL TO | LAST QUARTER MOON | LATERAL CLICK, LATIN LETTER | Latin, Based on ISO 8859-2, -3, -4, -9 (European) | Latin, C0 Controls and Basic | Latin, European | Latin Abbreviations, Squared | LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH LONG RIGHT LEG | Latin Capital Letters | LATIN CROSS | Latin Extended Additional | Latin Extended-A | Latin Extended-B | Latin Extensions for Vietnamese | Latin Letters, Circled | Latin Letters, Parenthesized | Latin Letters, Phonetic Modifiers Derived from | Latin Small Letters | Latin Small Letters, Combining | Latin-1, ISO 8859-1 aka | Latin-1 Supplement, C1 Controls and | lazy s | LAZY S, INVERTED | LEADER, ONE DOT | leader, three dot | LEADER, TWO DOT | leaf, aldus | leaf, ivy | LEFT-TO-RIGHT EMBEDDING | LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK | LEFT-TO-RIGHT OVERRIDE | leftward tab | LEG, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH LONG RIGHT | LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT BLACK | LENTICULAR BRACKET, LEFT WHITE | LEO | LESS-THAN, CIRCLED | LESS-THAN, DOUBLE NESTED | LESS-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL TO OR | LESS-THAN, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL ABOVE | LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR ABOVE | LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN BESIDE | LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN OVERLAPPING | LESS-THAN, MUCH | LESS-THAN, SIMILAR OR | LESS-THAN, SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | LESS-THAN, TRIPLE NESTED | LESS-THAN, VERY MUCH | LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE | LESS-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL ABOVE GREATER-THAN | LESS-THAN ABOVE EQUALS SIGN, SIMILAR ABOVE | LESS-THAN ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE DOUBLE-LINE EQUAL | LESS-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR ABOVE GREATER-THAN | LESS-THAN ABOVE SIMILAR OR EQUAL | LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE | LESS-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL | LESS-THAN AND NOT APPROXIMATE | LESS-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE NOT EQUAL TO | LESS-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE | LESS-THAN CLOSED BY CURVE ABOVE SLANTED EQUAL | LESS-THAN OR APPROXIMATE | LESS-THAN OR EQUAL TO | LESS-THAN OR EQUAL TO, DOUBLE-LINE SLANTED | LESS-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO | LESS-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE | LESS-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT ABOVE RIGHT | LESS-THAN OR SLANTED EQUAL TO WITH DOT INSIDE | LESS-THAN SIGN | LESS-THAN WITH CIRCLE INSIDE | LESS-THAN WITH DOT INSIDE, SLANTED EQUAL TO OR | LESS-THAN WITH QUESTION MARK ABOVE | LESS-THAN WITH UNDERBAR, DOUBLE NESTED | Letterlike Symbols | level 2 lock | level 3 lock | level 3 select | LEZH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | lf | LIABILITY SIGN, LIMITED | LIBRA | LIGHTNING | LIMIT, APPROACHES THE | Limbu | Limbu Digits | LIMITED LIABILITY SIGN | LINE, AEGEAN WORD SEPARATOR | line, beginning of | LINE, CENTRELINE LOW | LINE, COMBINING DOUBLE LOW | LINE, COMBINING LOW | LINE, DASHED LOW | LINE, DOUBLE LOW | LINE, DOUBLE VERTICAL | LINE, LOW | LINE, MODIFIER LETTER LOW VERTICAL | LINE, MODIFIER LETTER VERTICAL | line, new | line, next | LINE, VERTICAL | LINE, WAVY | LINE, WAVY LOW | LINE ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL | LINE ABOVE, COMBINING VERTICAL | LINE BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL | LINE BELOW, COMBINING VERTICAL | line down, partial | line feed | line feed | line feed, reverse | LINE FEED, SYMBOL FOR | line marker | LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG VERTICAL | LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL | LINE SEPARATOR | LINE SYMBOL, CENTRE | line tabulation set | line up, partial | LINE WITH MIDDLE DOT, VERTICAL | Linear B Ideograms | Linear B Syllabary | Lines For Terminal Graphics, Scan | Lira, Italian | LIRA SIGN | liter | Livonian, Additions for | LOCATION SIGN, TELEPHONE | lock, caps | lock, caps | lock, group | lock, level 2 | lock, level 3 | lock, numerics | Logic Operators, Modal | LOGICAL AND | LOGICAL AND, CURLY | LOGICAL AND, INTERSECTION WITH | LOGICAL AND, N-ARY | LOGICAL AND OPERATOR, TWO | Logical Ands and Ors | LOGICAL OR | LOGICAL OR, CURLY | LOGICAL OR, N-ARY | LOGICAL OR, UNION WITH | LOGICAL OR OPERATOR, TWO | long | Long Arrows | long cross | long dash | LONG DASH FROM LEFT MEMBER OF DOUBLE VERTICAL | LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE, CONTAINS WITH | LONG HORIZONTAL STROKE, ELEMENT OF WITH | LONG LEFT TACK | LONG RIGHT LEG, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH | LONG RIGHT TACK | LONG S, LATIN SMALL LETTER | long slash overlay | LONG SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING | LONG STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING | LONG VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING | LORRAINE, CROSS OF | LOW ACUTE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | low double comma quotation mark | LOW DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK | LOW GRAVE ACCENT, MODIFIER LETTER | LOW LINE | LOW LINE, CENTRELINE | LOW LINE, COMBINING | LOW LINE, COMBINING DOUBLE | LOW LINE, DASHED | LOW LINE, DOUBLE | LOW LINE, WAVY | LOW MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER | low single comma quotation mark | | LOW VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER | LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE | LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE | lower rank than | LOZENGE | LOZENGE, BLACK | LOZENGE, SQUARE | LOZENGE DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL RULE | lre | lrm | lro | | [M] | M, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | M, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER TURNED | M, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | M, SCRIPT CAPITAL | m-matrix | MACRON | MACRON, COMBINING | MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER | MACRON, MODIFIER LETTER LOW | macron, spacing | MACRON BELOW, COMBINING | | | | MALE SIGN | MALTESE CROSS | Manchu Letters, Mongolian | Map Markers | mapping, bijective | maps from | maps from | maps to | maps to | maps to | mark, german | marker, histogram | Markers, Go | Markers, Map | mars | MASCULINE ORDINAL INDICATOR | MASU MARK | MATERIALS, RECYCLING SYMBOL FOR GENERIC | Mathematical Brackets | Mathematical Operators | Mathematical Operators, Supplemental | MATHEMATICAL SPACE, MEDIUM | Mathematical Symbols, Double-Struck Italic | Mathematical Symbols-A, Miscellaneous | Mathematical Symbols-B, Miscellaneous | MATRIX, HERMITIAN CONJUGATE | MEASURED ANGLE | Measured Angles, Angles and | MEASURED BY | Medieval Superscript Letter Diacritics | medium, end of | MEDIUM, SYMBOL FOR END OF | MEDIUM MATHEMATICAL SPACE | MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE, BLACK | MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE, WHITE | MEDIUM SQUARE, BLACK | MEDIUM SQUARE, WHITE | MEMBER, CONTAINS AS | MEMBER, SMALL CONTAINS AS | MEMBER OF DOUBLE VERTICAL, LONG DASH FROM LEFT | MEMBERSHIP, Z NOTATION BAG | MERCURY | merge | message, privacy | message waiting | mho | MICRO SIGN | mid space | MIDDLE DOT | middle dot, greek | MIDDLE DOT, KATAKANA | MIDDLE DOT, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH | MIDDLE DOT, VERTICAL LINE WITH | MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH | MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH | MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS | midpoint | MILL SIGN | MILLE SIGN, PER | milreis | minim | minim (alternate glyph) | Minnan and Hakka, Chinese Bopomofo Extended for | MINUS, CIRCLED | MINUS, DOT | MINUS, SET | MINUS, SQUARED | MINUS, SUBSCRIPT | MINUS, SUPERSCRIPT | MINUS SIGN | MINUS SIGN, COMMERCIAL | minus sign, hyphen or | MINUS SIGN, MODIFIER LETTER | MINUS SIGN, UNION WITH | MINUS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING | MINUS SIGN IN TRIANGLE | Minus Sign Operators, Plus and | MINUS SIMILAR, SIMILAR | MINUS TILDE | MINUS-OR-PLUS SIGN | minutes | MINY | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A | Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B | Miscellaneous Symbols | Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows | Miscellaneous Technical | MISRA, ARABIC SIGN | mmsp | Modal Logic Operators | MODELS | Modifier Letters, Spacing | MODULO TWO SUM | Mongolian | MONGOLIAN COLON | MONGOLIAN COMMA | mongolian currency | Mongolian Digits | Mongolian Extensions for Sanskrit and Tibetan | Mongolian Format Controls | MONGOLIAN FULL STOP | Mongolian Manchu Letters | Mongolian Sibe Letters | Mongolian Todo Letters | Monogram and Digram Symbols, Yijing | Monogram Symbol, Tai Xuan Jing | MONOSTABLE SYMBOL | MONTH SIGN, TAMIL | Months, Telegraph Symbols for | MOON, FIRST QUARTER | MOON, LAST QUARTER | most positive | MUCH GREATER-THAN | MUCH GREATER-THAN, VERY | MUCH LESS-THAN | MUCH LESS-THAN, VERY | MULTIMAP | MULTIMAP, DOUBLE-ENDED | MULTIMAP, LEFT | MULTIPLICATION, MULTISET | Multiplication and Division Sign Operators | MULTIPLICATION SIGN | MULTIPLICATION SIGN BELOW, SUBSET WITH | MULTIPLICATION SIGN BELOW, SUPERSET WITH | MULTIPLICATION X | MULTIPLICATION X, HEAVY | MULTISET | MULTISET MULTIPLICATION | MULTISET UNION | MUSIC FLAT SIGN | MUSIC NATURAL SIGN | MUSIC SHARP SIGN | Musical Symbols | mutton | mutton quad | mvs | Myanmar | Myanmar Digits | | [N] | N, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | N, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | N WITH LONG RIGHT LEG, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | N-ARY COPRODUCT | n-ary dijkstra choice | N-ARY INTERSECTION | N-ARY LOGICAL AND | N-ARY LOGICAL OR | N-ary Operators | N-ARY PRODUCT | N-ARY SUMMATION | N-ARY SUMMATION, DOUBLE-STRUCK | N-ARY UNION | N-ARY WHITE VERTICAL BAR | NABLA | NAIRA SIGN | NAND | nang | NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE | nasal hook | NATIONAL DIGIT SHAPES | natural number | NATURAL SIGN, MUSIC | nbsp | necessarily satisfies | NEGATED WITH VERTICAL BAR, INFINITY | negation | NEGATION SLASH, DOES NOT DIVIDE WITH REVERSED | negative acknowledge | negative acknowledge, graphic for | NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE, SYMBOL FOR | NEPTUNE | never (modal operator) | never (modal operator), was | never be (modal operator), will | new line | NEW SHEQEL SIGN | NEWLINE, SYMBOL FOR | next line | NEXT PAGE | NIB, BLACK | nigerian currency | nim-addition | nnbsp | no break here | no break space, graphic for | NO-BREAK SPACE | NO-BREAK SPACE, NARROW | NO-BREAK SPACE, ZERO WIDTH | NODE, ASCENDING | NODE, DESCENDING | NOMINAL DIGIT SHAPES | NON-BREAKING HYPHEN | non-breaking space | NON-JOINER, ZERO WIDTH | non-theorem | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | Noncharacters | NONFORKING | NOR | NORMAL SUBGROUP, CONTAINS AS | NORMAL SUBGROUP OF | not | Not a Character | Not a Character | NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE | NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE | NOT AN ELEMENT OF | NOT APPROXIMATE, GREATER-THAN AND | NOT APPROXIMATE, LESS-THAN AND | NOT CHECK MARK | NOT DIVIDE WITH REVERSED NEGATION SLASH, DOES | NOT EQUAL TO | NOT EQUAL TO, GREATER-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE | NOT EQUAL TO, LESS-THAN AND SINGLE-LINE | NOT EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE | NOT EQUAL TO, PRECEDES ABOVE SINGLE-LINE | NOT EQUAL TO, SUBSET OF ABOVE | NOT EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE | NOT EQUAL TO, SUCCEEDS ABOVE SINGLE-LINE | NOT EQUAL TO, SUPERSET OF ABOVE | not independent | NOT SIGN | NOT SIGN, DOUBLE STROKE | NOT SIGN, REVERSED | NOT SIGN, REVERSED DOUBLE STROKE | NOT SIGN, TURNED | NOT TILDE ABOVE, COMBINING | not yield, does | NOTE, EIGHTH | NOTE, QUARTER | NOTES, BEAMED EIGHTH | NOTES, BEAMED SIXTEENTH | null | NULL, SYMBOL FOR | null set | number, natural | Number Forms | Number Runes, Golden | NUMBER SIGN | NUBMER SIGN, ARABIC | NUMBER SIGN, TAMIl | number symbol, real | NUMBER ZERO, IDEOGRAPHIC | Numbers, Aegean | Numbers, Circled | Numbers, Circled | Numbers, Circled | Numbers, Circled Inverse | Numbers, Double Circled | Numbers, Parenthesized | numbers, the set of complex | numbers, the set of rational | numbers, the set of real | Numbers, White On Black Circled | Numbers Period | Numerals, Hangzhou-style | Numerals, Old Italic | Numerals, Roman | NUMERATOR ONE, FRACTION | numerics lock | NUMERO SIGN | nut

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    [O] | o, latin capital letter barred | O, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER BARRED | O, LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN | O, SCRIPT SMALL | o bar | o bar | o e, latin small letter | O WITH MIDDLE TILDE, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | obelisk | obelisk, double | OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER | OCR, Optical Character Recognition | octothorpe | OE, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | Ogham | OGHAM SPACE MARK | OGONEK | OGONEK, COMBINING | OHM SIGN | OHM SIGN, INVERTED | OI, LATIN SMALL LETTER | OM, DEVANAGARI | OMEGA, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED | ONE, FRACTION NUMERATOR | ONE, SUPERSCRIPT | ONE DOT LEADER | ONE HALF, VULGAR FRACTION | ONE QUARTER, VULGAR FRACTION | OPEN BOX | OPEN BOX, SHOULDERED | OPEN E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED REVERSED | OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER REVERSED | OPEN O, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | OPEN O, LATIN SMALL LETTER | opening brace | opening curly bracket | opening parenthesis | opening square bracket | operating system command | OPERATOR, BULLET | OPERATOR, CIRCLED DOT | OPERATOR, CIRCLED RING | OPERATOR, DIAMOND | OPERATOR, DOT | OPERATOR, RING | OPERATOR, SQUARED DOT | OPERATOR, STAR | OPERATOR, TILDE | Operators, Database Theory | Operators, Invisible | Operators, Mathematical | Operators, Modal Logic | Operators, Multiplication and Division Sign | Operators, N-Ary | Operators, Plus and Minus Sign | Operators, Relational | Operators, Specialized plus sign | Operators, Supplemental Mathematical | Operators, Vertical Line | OPPOSITION | Optical Character Recognition (OCR) | OPTION KEY | OR, CURLY LOGICAL | OR, DOUBLE LOGICAL | OR, LOGICAL | OR, N-ARY LOGICAL | OR, SLOPING LARGE | OR, TWO INTERSECTING LOGICAL | OR, UNION WITH LOGICAL | OR OPERATOR, TWO LOGICAL | OR WITH DOT ABOVE, LOGICAL | OR WITH DOUBLE OVERBAR, LOGICAL | OR WITH DOUBLE UNDERBAR, LOGICAL | OR WITH HORIZONTAL DASH, LOGICAL | OR WITH MIDDLE STEM, LOGICAL | order | ORDINAL INDICATOR, FEMININE | ORDINAL INDICATOR, MASCULINE | ordinarily satisfies | ORIGIN, DIMENSION | ORIGINAL OF | ORIGINAL OF, SQUARE | Oriya | Oriya Digits | Oriya Letters | Ornamental Angle Quotation Marks | Ornamental Brackets | Ornamental Brackets | Ornaments, Heart | Ornaments, Punctuation | ORNATE LEFT PARENTHESIS | ors, logical ands and | ORTHODOX CROSS | orthogonal to | Osmanya | Osmanya Digits | OU, LATIN SMALL LETTER | OUNCE SIGN | OUTER JOIN, FULL | OUTER JOIN, LEFT | OUTER JOIN, RIGHT | OUTLINE, SQUARE WITH CONTOURED | OVER INFINITY, TIE | OVER TOP SQUARE BRACKET, BOTTOM SQUARE BRACKET | overbar, apl | OVERLAPPING LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN | OVERLAPPING LOGICAL AND, LOGICAL OR | OVERLAY, COMBINING CLOCKWISE RING | OVERLAY, COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE | OVERLAY, COMBINING LEFTWARDS ARROW | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG SOLIDUS | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG STROKE | OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG VERTICAL LINE | OVERLAY, COMBINING REVERSE SOLIDUS | OVERLAY, COMBINING RING | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT SOLIDUS | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT STROKE | OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT VERTICAL LINE | OVERLAY, COMBINING TILDE | overlay, long slash | overlay, short slash | overline | OVERLINE | OVERLINE, CENTRELINE | OVERLINE, COMBINING | OVERLINE, COMBINING DOUBLE | OVERLINE, DASHED | OVERLINE, DOUBLE WAVY | OVERLINE, WAVY | OVERRIDE, LEFT-TO-RIGHT | OVERRIDE, RIGHT-TO-LEFT | overscore | overscore, spacing | Overscores and Underscores | Overstruck Diacritics | oxia | | [P] | P, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | P, SCRIPT CAPITAL | PAGE, NEXT | PAGE, PREVIOUS | page down | page up | PALATALIZED HOOK BELOW, COMBINING | PAMUDPOD, HANUNOO SIGN | PAPER SYMBOL, PARTIALLY-RECYCLED | PAPER SYMBOL, RECYCLED | PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR | PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR, GEORGIAN | paragraph separator, urdu | paragraph sign | paragraph sign, european | PARAGRAPH SIGN ORNAMENT, CURVED STEM | PARALLEL, CIRCLED | PARALLEL, EQUALS SIGN AND SLANTED | PARALLEL, IDENTICAL TO AND SLANTED | PARALLEL TO | parallel to, identical and | PARALLEL WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE | PARALLEL WITH TILDE ABOVE, EQUALS SIGN AND SLANTED | PARALLEL WITH TILDE OPERATOR | PARALLELOGRAM, BLACK | parenthesis, closing | PARENTHESIS, LEFT | parenthesis, opening | PARENTHESIS, ORNATE LEFT | PARENTHESIS, RIGHT | PARENTHESIS, SUBSCRIPT LEFT | PARENTHESIS, SUPERSCRIPT LEFT | Parenthesized Ideographs | Parenthesized Korean Hangul Elements | Parenthesized Korean Hangul Syllables | Parenthesized Latin Letters | Parenthesized Numbers | PART ALTERNATION MARK | PART INTEGRAL, FINITE | parted rule | PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL | partial function, z notation | partial injection, z notation | partial line down | partial line up | partial relation, z notation | partial surjection, z notation | PARTIALLY-RECYCLED PAPER SYMBOL | PARTNERSHIP SIGN | Parts, Summation Sign | pdf | PEACE SYMBOL | PENCIL, UPPER RIGHT | Pencil Dingbats | PENNY SIGN, GERMAN | per | PER MILLE SIGN | PERCENT SIGN | PERCENT SIGN, ARABIC | PERCUSSIVE, LATIN LETTER BIDENTAL | | period | PERISPOMENI, COMBINING GREEK | perpendicular | PERPENDICULAR, CIRCLED | PERPENDICULAR WITH S | Persian and Urdu, Eastern Arabic-Indic Digits for | PERSPECTIVE | PESETA SIGN | PESO SIGN | PHARYNGEAL VOICED FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER | PHI, LATIN SMALL LETTER | Philippine Scripts, Generic Punctuation For | Phonetic Alphabet, International | Phonetic Extensions | Phonetic Extensions, Katakana | Phonetic Extensions, non-IPA | Phonetic Extensions for Ainu | Phonetic Modifiers Derived from Latin Letters | phonorecord sign | PI, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | pi, mathematical constant | Pictures for Control Codes, Graphic | Pieces, Bracket | Pieces, Bracket | PILCROW SIGN | PILCROW SIGN, REVERSED | Pinyin Diacritic-vowel Combinations | pipe | pipe, double | pipe, double-barred | PIPING, Z NOTATION SCHEMA | PISCES | PITCHFORK | PITCHFORK WITH TEE TOP | PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN | plaintiff | PLANCK CONSTANT | PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI | Planet Symbols | Playing Card Suits | PLUS, CIRCLED | PLUS, DOT | PLUS, DOUBLE | PLUS, N-ARY UNION OPERATOR WITH | PLUS, SQUARED | PLUS, TRIPLE | Plus and Minus Sign Operators | PLUS OPERATOR, N-ARY CIRCLED | PLUS SIGN | PLUS SIGN, EQUALS SIGN ABOVE | PLUS SIGN, MODIFIER LETTER | PLUS SIGN, SUBSCRIPT | PLUS SIGN, SUPERSCRIPT | PLUS SIGN ABOVE EQUALS SIGN | PLUS SIGN BELOW, COMBINING | PLUS SIGN BELOW, SUBSET WITH | PLUS SIGN BELOW, SUPERSET WITH | PLUS SIGN IN LEFT HALF CIRCLE | PLUS SIGN IN RIGHT HALF CIRCLE | PLUS SIGN IN TRIANGLE | Plus Sign Operators, Specialized | PLUS-MINUS SIGN | PLUTO | POETIC VERSE SIGN, ARABIC | POINT OPERATOR, INTEGRAL AROUND A | Pointers | Points, Arabic | Points, Hebrew | poison | Political Symbols, Religious and | POP DIRECTIONAL FORMATTING | POSITION INDICATOR | positive, most | positive difference, sum or | positive difference or sum | POSTAL MARK | POSTAL MARK, CIRCLED | POSTAL MARK FACE | pound sign | POUND SIGN | pound sterling | pounds | power set | PRECEDES | PRECEDES, DOUBLE | PRECEDES ABOVE ALMOST EQUAL TO | PRECEDES ABOVE EQUALS SIGN | PRECEDES ABOVE NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO | PRECEDES ABOVE NOT EQUAL TO | PRECEDES ABOVE SINGLE-LINE EQUALS SIGN | PRECEDES ABOVE SINGLE-LINE NOT EQUAL TO | PRECEDES UNDER RELATION | PRESCRIPTION TAKE | Presentation Forms, Alphabetic | Presentation Forms, Hebrew | Presentation Forms-A, Arabic | Presentation Forms-B, Arabic | PREVIOUS PAGE | PRIME | PRIME, DOUBLE | PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER | PRIME, MODIFIER LETTER DOUBLE | PRIME, QUADRUPLE | PRIME, REVERSED | PRIME, REVERSED DOUBLE | PRIME, REVERSED TRIPLE | PRIME, TRIPLE | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, LOW DOUBLE | PRIME QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED DOUBLE | PRINT SCREEN SYMBOL | privacy message | Private Use Area | Private Use Area-A, Supplementary | Private Use Area-B, Supplementary | private use one | private use two | PRODUCT, CLOSED UNION WITH SERIFS AND SMASH | product, direct | PRODUCT, INTERIOR | PRODUCT, LEFT SEMIDIRECT | PRODUCT, N-ARY | PRODUCT, RIGHTHAND INTERIOR | PRODUCT, SHUFFLE | PRODUCT, SMASH | product, tensor | PRODUCT, VECTOR OR CROSS | PRODUCT, WREATH | PRODUCT WITH BOTTOM CLOSED, SEMIDIRECT | PROFILE, ALL AROUND- | prohibition | PROJECTION, Z NOTATION SCHEMA | PROJECTIVE | PROOF, END OF | PROPERTY LINE | PROPORTION | PROPORTION, GEOMETRIC | PROPORTIONAL TO | proportional to, varies with | proves | psili | published | pullback | Punctuation, General | Punctuation, Hanun?pecific | Punctuation, Katakana | PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE DOUBLE | PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE SINGLE | Punctuation For Philippine Scripts, Generic | Punctuation For Vertical Text, Double | Punctuation Ornaments | PUNCTUATION SPACE | punt, irish | purna viram | pushout | | [Q] | Q, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | Q, ROTATED CAPITAL | QAF, ARABIC LETTER DOTLESS | | QUAD, EM | QUAD, EN | quad, mutton | Quadrants | quadrature | QUADRUPLE INTEGRAL OPERATOR | QUADRUPLE PRIME | quantic | QUARTER MOON, FIRST | QUARTER MOON, LAST | QUARTER NOTE | Quarters, Fractions | QUATERNION INTEGRAL OPERATOR | QUESTION EXCLAMATION MARK | QUESTION MARK | QUESTION MARK, ARABIC | QUESTION MARK, ARMENIAN | QUESTION MARK, DOUBLE | QUESTION MARK, ETHIOPIC | QUESTION MARK, EXCLAMATION | QUESTION MARK, GREEK | QUESTION MARK, INVERTED | QUESTION MARK ABOVE, GREATER-THAN WITH | QUESTION MARK ABOVE, LESS-THAN WITH | QUESTIONED EQUAL TO | QUILL, LEFT SQUARE BRACKET WITH | Quine Corners | quotation dash | QUOTATION MARK | quotation mark, double comma | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE LOW-9 | QUOTATION MARK, DOUBLE PRIME | quotation mark, double reversed comma | quotation mark, double turned comma | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT DOUBLE | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT SINGLE | QUOTATION MARK, LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE | quotation mark, low double comma | QUOTATION MARK, LOW DOUBLE PRIME | quotation mark, low single comma | QUOTATION MARK, REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT DOUBLE | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT SINGLE | QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE | quotation mark, single comma | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE LOW-9 | quotation mark, single reversed comma | QUOTATION MARK, SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE | quotation mark, single turned comma | Quotation Mark Ornaments | Quotation Marks, Ornamental Angle | quote, apl | | [R] | R, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL | R, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | R, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | R, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED | R, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED | R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL TURNED | R, SCRIPT CAPITAL | radial component | radical sign | Radicals, Kangxi | Radicals, Yi | RADIOACTIVE SIGN | RAIN DROPS, UMBRELLA WITH | rainy weather | RAMS HORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER | RANGE ANTIRESTRICTION, Z NOTATION | RATIO | ratio, cross | rational numbers, the set of | real number symbol | real numbers, the set of | real part | recipe | record separator | RECORD SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR | RECORDER, TELEPHONE | RECORDING COPYRIGHT, SOUND | Rectangles | RECTANGULAR PATH AROUND POLE, LINE INTEGRATION WITH | RECYCLED PAPER SYMBOL | RECYCLING SYMBOL, BLACK UNIVERSAL | RECYCLING SYMBOL, UNIVERSAL | RECYCLING SYMBOL FOR GENERIC MATERIALS | Recycling Symbols | Recycling Symbols For Plastics | reduces to | reducible | REFERENCE MARK | registered trade mark sign | RELATION, TRIPLE SOLIDUS BINARY | RELATION, TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR BINARY | relation, z notation finite | relation, z notation partial | RELATIONAL COMPOSITION, Z NOTATION | Relational Operators | Relations | Relations | Relations, Subset and superset | Religious and Political Symbols | Repeat Marks, Kana | REPLACEMENT CHARACTER | REPLACEMENT CHARACTER, OBJECT | resistance | RESPONSE | results in | RETROFLEX CLICK, LATIN LETTER | retroflex hook, latin small letter d | RETROFLEX HOOK BELOW, COMBINING | return, carriage | return, carriage | RETURN, SYMBOL FOR CARRIAGE | RETURN SYMBOL | reverse line feed | REVERSE SOLIDUS | REVERSE SOLIDUS, BIG | REVERSE SOLIDUS, CIRCLED | REVERSE SOLIDUS OPERATOR | REVERSE SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING | REVERSE SOLIDUS WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE | reverse turnstile | REVERSED, LATIN SMALL LETTER EZH | REVERSED COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER | REVERSED COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING | reversed comma quotation mark, double | reversed comma quotation mark, single | REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME | REVERSED DOUBLE PRIME QUOTATION MARK | REVERSED DOUBLE STROKE NOT SIGN | REVERSED E, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | REVERSED E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | reversed epsilon, latin small letter closed | REVERSED ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER SQUAT | REVERSED ESH LOOP, LATIN LETTER | reversed glottal stop, latin letter | REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER | REVERSED GLOTTAL STOP, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | REVERSED NEGATION SLASH, DOES NOT DIVIDE WITH | REVERSED NOT SIGN | REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | REVERSED OPEN E, LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED | REVERSED PILCROW SIGN | REVERSED PRIME | REVERSED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L | REVERSED SEMICOLON | reversed straight epsilon | REVERSED TILDE | REVERSED TILDE EQUALS | REVERSED TRIPLE PRIME | RHOTIC HOOK, MODIFIER LETTER | riemann integral | RIGHT ANGLE | RIGHT ANGLE WITH ARC | RIGHT TRIANGLE | RIGHT-TO-LEFT EMBEDDING | RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK | RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE | RIGHTHAND INTERIOR PRODUCT | RING, BENZENE | RING, MODIFIER LETTER CENTRED LEFT HALF | RING, MODIFIER LETTER LEFT HALF | RING ABOVE | RING ABOVE, COMBINING | RING BELOW, COMBINING | RING BELOW, COMBINING LEFT HALF | RING BELOW, COMBINING RIGHT HALF | RING EQUAL TO | RING IN EQUAL TO | RING OPERATOR | RING OPERATOR, CIRCLED | RING OVERLAY, COMBINING | RING OVERLAY, COMBINING CLOCKWISE | RISING DIAGONAL SLASH, SQUARED | RISING DOTS, MINUS SIGN WITH | RISING DOTS, TILDE OPERATOR WITH | rle | rlm | rlo | Roman Numerals | Romanian, Additions for | ROOT, CUBE | ROOT, FOURTH | ROOT, SQUARE | ROTATED CAPITAL Q | rotation | rough breathing | RULE, LOZENGE DIVIDED BY HORIZONTAL | rule, parted | RULE-DELAYED | Runes, Golden Number | Runic | RUNOUT, TOTAL | RUPEE MARK, BENGALI | RUPEE SIGN | RUPEE SIGN, BENGALI | RUPEE SIGN, GUJARATI | RUPEE SIGN, TAMIL | Russian Alphabet, Basic | | [S] | S, INVERTED LAZY | S, LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG | S, LATIN SMALL LETTER SHARP | s, lazy | S, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | S, PERPENDICULAR WITH | S IN TRIANGLE | SAFHA, ARABIC SIGN | SAGITTARIUS | SALTIRE | sam | SANAH, ARABIC SIGN | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL G, TURNED | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L, REVERSED | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L, TURNED | SANS-SERIF CAPITAL Y, TURNED | Sanskrit and Tibetan, Mongolian Extensions for | satisfies | satisfies, necessarily | satisfies, ordinarily | SATURN | SCHEMA COMPOSITION, Z NOTATION | schema hiding, z notation | SCHEMA PIPING, Z NOTATION | SCHEMA PROJECTION, Z NOTATION | SCHWA, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | SCHWA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | Scissors Dingbats | SCORPIUS | SCREEN, COMBINING ENCLOSING | script a, latin small letter | SCRIPT CAPITAL B | SCRIPT CAPITAL E | SCRIPT CAPITAL F | SCRIPT CAPITAL H | SCRIPT CAPITAL I | SCRIPT CAPITAL L | SCRIPT CAPITAL M | SCRIPT CAPITAL P | SCRIPT CAPITAL R | script f, latin small letter | SCRIPT G, LATIN SMALL LETTER | SCRIPT SMALL E | SCRIPT SMALL G | SCRIPT SMALL L | SCRIPT SMALL O | script v, latin capital letter | script v, latin small letter | Scripts Area, General | scrolling | SCRUPLE | SEAGULL BELOW, COMBINING | second transfinite cardinal (the continuum) | seconds | SECTION SIGN | section sign, european | SECTOR | SEGMENT | selected area, end of | selected area, start of | Selectors, Variation | SEMICIRCULAR PATH AROUND POLE, LINE INTEGRATION WITH | SEMICOLON | SEMICOLON, ARABIC | SEMICOLON, ETHIOPIC | SEMICOLON, REVERSED | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT, LEFT | SEMIDIRECT PRODUCT WITH BOTTOM CLOSED | SEPARATOR DOT, AEGEAN WORD | SEPARATOR LINE, AEGEAN WORD | SEPARATOR, ARABIC DECIMAL | SEPARATOR, ARABIC THOUSANDS | separator, decimal | separator, devanagari phrase | separator, file | SEPARATOR, GEORGIAN PARAGRAPH | separator, group | SEPARATOR, INVISIBLE | SEPARATOR, LINE | SEPARATOR, PARAGRAPH | separator, record | SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR FILE | SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR GROUP | SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR RECORD | SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR UNIT | separator, unit | separator, urdu paragraph | SEPARATOR KEY SYMBOL, DECIMAL | sequence concatenation, z notation | sequence introducer, control | Serbian Cyrillic Letters, Croatian Digraphs Matching | SERIFS, CLOSED INTERSECTION WITH | SERIFS, CLOSED UNION WITH | SERIFS AND SMASH PRODUCT, CLOSED UNION WITH | SERIFS AT BOTTOM, TRIANGLE WITH | SERVICE MARK | | SET, EMPTY | set, included in | set, includes in | set, null | set, power | SET MINUS | set of complex numbers, the | set of integers, the | set of rational numbers, the | set of real numbers, the | set transmit state | Sets, Empty | sextile | Shade Characters | shamrock | Shapes, Geometric | SHARP S, LATIN SMALL LETTER | SHARP SIGN, MUSIC | Shavian | SHEQEL SIGN, NEW | shift | shift in | SHIFT IN, SYMBOL FOR | shift out | SHIFT OUT, SYMBOL FOR | shilling | SHOGI PIECE, BLACK | SHOGI PIECE, WHITE | short | SHORT DOWN TACK | SHORT DOWN TACK, SHORT UP TACK ABOVE | SHORT DOWN TACK WITH OVERBAR | SHORT I WITH TAIL, CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER | SHORT I WITH TAIL, CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER | SHORT LEFT TACK | short slash overlay | SHORT SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING | SHORT STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING | SHORT UP TACK | SHORT UP TACK ABOVE SHORT DOWN TACK | SHORT UP TACK WITH UNDERBAR | SHORT VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING | SHOULDERED OPEN BOX | SHUFFLE PRODUCT | shy | Sibe Letters, Mongolian | Sidelining Emphasis Marks | SIMILAR, SIMILAR MINUS | SIMILAR ABOVE GREATER-THAN, LESS-THAN ABOVE | SIMILAR ABOVE GREATER-THAN ABOVE EQUALS SIGN | SIMILAR ABOVE LESS-THAN, GREATER-THAN ABOVE | SIMILAR ABOVE LESS-THAN ABOVE EQUALS SIGN | SIMILAR MINUS SIMILAR | SIMILAR OR EQUAL, GREATER-THAN ABOVE | SIMILAR OR EQUAL, LESS-THAN ABOVE | SIMILAR OR GREATER-THAN | SIMILAR OR LESS-THAN | similar to | SINE WAVE | single character introducer | single comma quotation mark | single comma quotation mark, low | single guillemet, left pointing | single guillemet, right pointing | SINGLE HIGH-REVERSED-9 QUOTATION MARK | SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK | SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK | SINGLE PUNCTUATION, PHILIPPINE | SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT | SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT | single reversed comma quotation mark | SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK | single shift three | single shift two | single turned comma quotation mark | Sinhala | SIX-PER-EM SPACE | SIXTEENTH NOTES, BEAMED | Sixths, Fractions | SKULL AND CROSSBONES | slash | SLASH, CIRCLED DIVISION | SLASH, DIVISION | SLASH, DOES NOT DIVIDE WITH REVERSED NEGATION | SLASH, FRACTION | SLASH, INTEGRAL AVERAGE WITH | SLASH, SQUARED FALLING DIAGONAL | SLASH, SQUARED RISING DIAGONAL | slash overlay, long | slash overlay, short | SLOPE | SLOPING LARGE AND | SLOPING LARGE OR | Slovenian and Croatian, Additions for | SMALL CAPITAL B, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL G, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL H, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL I, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED R, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL INVERTED R, MODIFIER LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL L, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL N, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL OE, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL R, LATIN LETTER | SMALL CAPITAL Y, LATIN LETTER | small circle, black | SMALL CIRCLE, SQUARED | SMALL CIRCLE ABOVE, PLUS SIGN WITH | SMALL CIRCLE TO THE RIGHT, CIRCLE WITH | SMALL CONTAINS AS MEMBER | SMALL CONTAINS WITH OVERBAR | SMALL CONTAINS WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE | SMALL D, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC | SMALL E, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC | SMALL ELEMENT OF | SMALL ELEMENT OF WITH OVERBAR | SMALL ELEMENT OF WITH VERTICAL BAR AT END OF HORIZONTAL STROKE | Small Form Variants | SMALL I, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC | SMALL J, DOUBLE-STRUCK ITALIC | Small Letters, Armenian | Small Letters, Combining Latin | Small Letters, Cyrillic | Small Letters, Georgian | Small Letters, Greek | Small Letters, Latin | SMALL SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM | SMALL SQUARE, WHITE MEDIUM | SMALL VEE WITH UNDERBAR | SMALLER THAN | SMALLER THAN OR EQUAL TO | SMASH PRODUCT | SMASH PRODUCT, CLOSED UNION WITH SERIFS AND | SMILE | SMILING FACE, BLACK | SMILING FACE, WHITE | smooth breathing | Snowflake Dingbats | SNOWMAN | snowy weather | SOFT HYPHEN | SOFTWARE-FUNCTION SYMBOL | solid | SOLIDUS | solidus | SOLIDUS, BIG | SOLIDUS, BIG REVERSE | SOLIDUS, CIRCLED REVERSE | SOLIDUS, REVERSE | SOLIDUS BINARY RELATION, TRIPLE | SOLIDUS OPERATOR, DOUBLE | SOLIDUS OPERATOR, REVERSE | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING REVERSE | SOLIDUS OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT | SOLIDUS WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE, REVERSE | SOLIDUS WITH OVERBAR | SOUND RECORDING COPYRIGHT | SOURCE, INFORMATION | SPACE | SPACE, EM | SPACE, EN | SPACE, FIGURE | SPACE, FOUR-PER-EM | space, graphic for | space, graphic for | space, graphic for no break | SPACE, HAIR | SPACE, IDEOGRAPHIC | SPACE, MEDIUM MATHEMATICAL | space, mid | SPACE, NARROW NO-BREAK | SPACE, NO-BREAK | SPACE, PUNCTUATION | SPACE, SIX-PER-EM | SPACE, SYMBOL FOR | space, thick | SPACE, THIN | SPACE, THREE-PER-EM | SPACE, ZERO WIDTH | SPACE, ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK | SPACE MARK, OGHAM | Spaces | spacing acute | spacing cedilla | spacing circumflex | Spacing Clones of Diacritics | spacing diaeresis | spacing double underscore | spacing grave | spacing macron | Spacing Modifier Letters | spacing overscore | spacing underscore | spanish currency | Special character extensions | Specialized plus sign operators | Specials | Specials Area, Compatibility and | SPHERICAL ANGLE | SPHERICAL ANGLE OPENING LEFT | SPHERICAL ANGLE OPENING UP | SPOT, Z NOTATION | SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM | SQUARE, BLACK MEDIUM SMALL | SQUARE, COMBINING ENCLOSING | SQUARE, VIEWDATA | SQUARE, WHITE MEDIUM | SQUARE, WHITE MEDIUM SMALL | SQUARE BELOW, COMBINING | square bracket, closing | SQUARE BRACKET, LEFT | SQUARE BRACKET, LEFT WHITE | square bracket, opening | SQUARE BRACKET, RIGHT | SQUARE BRACKET WITH QUILL, LEFT | SQUARE CAP | SQUARE CORPORATION | SQUARE CUP | SQUARE FOOT | SQUARE IMAGE OF | SQUARE INTERSECTION, DOUBLE | SQUARE INTERSECTION OPERATOR, N-ARY | SQUARE LEFT OPEN BOX OPERATOR | SQUARE LOZENGE | SQUARE ORIGINAL OF | SQUARE RIGHT OPEN BOX OPERATOR | SQUARE ROOT | Square Symbols | SQUARE UNION, DOUBLE | SQUARE UNION OPERATOR, N-ARY | SQUARE WITH CONTOURED OUTLINE | SQUARE WITH LEFTWARDS TICK, WHITE | SQUARE WITH RIGHTWARDS TICK, WHITE | squared | SQUARED DOT OPERATOR | Squared Japanese Katakana Words | Squared Latin Abbreviations | SQUARED MINUS | SQUARED PLUS | SQUARED TIMES | Squares | SQUAT REVERSED ESH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | st. andrew's cross | star | STAR, ARABIC FIVE POINTED | STAR, BLACK | Star Dingbats | STAR EQUALS | STAR OF DAVID | STAR OPERATOR | starburst | STARK, GLEICH | start of guarded area | start of heading | START OF HEADING, SYMBOL FOR | start of selected area | start of string | start of text | START OF TEXT, SYMBOL FOR | statement is true | sterling, pound | stile, apl | straight epsilon | straight epsilon, reversed | stress mark | STRETCHED C, LATIN LETTER | STRICTLY EQUIVALENT TO | string, device control | string, start of | string terminator | STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG | STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT | SUBGROUP, CONTAINS AS NORMAL | SUBGROUP OF, NORMAL | subscript, iota | Subscript Digits | SUBSCRIPT EQUALS SIGN | SUBSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS | SUBSCRIPT MINUS | SUBSCRIPT PLUS SIGN | SUBSCRIPT TWO, PLUS SIGN WITH | Subscripts | SUBSET, DOUBLE | Subset and Superset Relations | SUBSET OF | substitute | SUBSTITUTE, SYMBOL FOR | SUBSTITUTE FORM TWO, SYMBOL FOR | Subtending Marks, Arabic | subtraction, z notation bag | SUCCEEDS | SUCCEEDS, DOUBLE | SUCCEEDS ABOVE ALMOST EQUAL TO | SUCCEEDS ABOVE EQUALS SIGN | SUCCEEDS ABOVE NOT ALMOST EQUAL TO | SUCCEEDS ABOVE NOT EQUAL TO | SUCCEEDS ABOVE SINGLE-LINE EQUALS SIGN | SUCCEEDS ABOVE SINGLE-LINE NOT EQUAL TO | SUCCEEDS UNDER RELATION | such that | such that | Suits, Playing Card | sum, direct | SUM, MODULO TWO | sum, positive difference or | sum or positive difference | SUMMATION, DOUBLE-STRUCK N-ARY | SUMMATION, N-ARY | SUMMATION BOTTOM | Summation Sign Parts | SUMMATION TOP | Summations and Integrals | SUN | SUN WITH RAYS, BLACK | SUPERIMPOSED X, CIRCLE WITH | SUPERSCRIPT ALEF, ARABIC LETTER | Superscript Digits | SUPERSCRIPT EQUALS SIGN | SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER I | SUPERSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS | Superscript Letter Diacritics, Medieval | SUPERSCRIPT MINUS | SUPERSCRIPT ONE | SUPERSCRIPT PLUS SIGN | SUPERSCRIPT THREE | SUPERSCRIPT TWO | SUPERSCRIPT ZERO | Superscripts | Superscripts and Subscripts | SUPERSET, DOUBLE | SUPERSET OF | Superset Relations, Subset and | Supplemental Arrows-A | Supplemental Arrows-B | Supplemental Mathematical Operators | Supplementary, Cyrillic | Supplementary Private Use Area-A | Supplementary Private Use Area-B | SURFACE INTEGRAL | surjection, z notation finite | surjection, z notation partial | surjective injection, z notation | surjective injection, z notation finite | | | | swedish grave accent | SWUNG DASH | Syllabics, Unified Canadian Aboriginal | Syllables, Yi | Syllables Area, Korean Hangul | Symbol Variants, Fullwidth | Symbols, Bowtie | Symbols, Circle | Symbols, Combining Diacritical Marks for | Symbols, Dentistry Notation | Symbols, Double-Struck Italic Mathematical | Symbols, Error Bar | Symbols, Greek | Symbols, Japanese Chess | Symbols, Letterlike | Symbols, Miscellaneous | Symbols, Recycling | Symbols, Square | Symbols, Triangle | Symbols and Arrows, Miscellaneous | Symbols Area | Symbols for Control Codes, Graphic | Symbols For Plastics, Recycling | Symbols-A, Miscellaneous Mathematical | Symbols-B, Miscellaneous Mathematical | symmetric difference | symmetric difference | SYMMETRIC SWAPPING, ACTIVATE | SYMMETRIC SWAPPING, INHIBIT | SYMMETRY | synchronous idle | SYNCHRONOUS IDLE, SYMBOL FOR | Syriac | SYRIAC ABBREVIATION MARK | SYRIAC CROSS, EAST | SYRIAC CROSS, WEST | Syriac Format Control | | [T] | T, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | T, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | tab | tab, leftward | tab, rightward | tab, symbol for | tab with shift tab | tabulation, horizontal | TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR HORIZONTAL | TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR VERTICAL | tabulation, vertical | tabulation set, character | tabulation set, line | tabulation with justification, character | TACK, LEFT | TACK, MODIFIER LETTER UP | TACK, RIGHT | TACK, UP | TACK BELOW, COMBINING LEFT | TACK BELOW, COMBINING UP | Tacks and Turnstiles | Tacks and Turnstiles | Tagalog | TAGALOG SIGN VIRAMA | Tagbanwa | Tai Le | Tai Xuan Jing Symbols | TAIL FRAGMENT, ARABIC | Tails, Fish | tainome (japanese, a kind of bullet) | TAKE, PRESCRIPTION | Tamil | Tamil Digits | Tamil Letters | TAMIL RUPEE SIGN | TAMIL NUMBER SIGN | Tamil Symbols | TAPE DRIVE | TAPER, CONICAL | TAURUS | tautological equivalent | tautology | tea | Technical, Miscellaneous | TEE TOP, PITCHFORK WITH | Telegraph Symbols for Days | Telegraph Symbols for Hours | Telegraph Symbols for Months | TELEPHONE, BLACK | TELEPHONE LOCATION SIGN | TELEPHONE RECORDER | TELEPHONE SIGN | Telugu | Telugu Digits | Telugu Letters | tensor | tensor product | Terminal graphic characters | Terminal Graphic Characters | Terminal Graphics, Scan Lines For | terminator, string | Tetragram Symbols, Tai Xuan Jing | text, end of | text, start of | TEXT, SYMBOL FOR END OF | TEXT, SYMBOL FOR START OF | Thaana | Thai | THAI CURRENCY SYMBOL BAHT | Thai Digits | Thai Letters | THERE EXISTS | THEREFORE | THERMODYNAMIC | thick space | THIN SPACE | third derivative | third transfinite cardinal (functions of a real variable) | Thirds, Fractions | THORN, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | THORN, LATIN SMALL LETTER | THOUSANDS SEPARATOR, ARABIC | THOUSANDS SIGN, CYRILLIC | THREE, SUPERSCRIPT | three dot leader | THREE DOTS ABOVE, COMBINING | THREE QUARTERS, VULGAR FRACTION | THREE-PER-EM SPACE | THUNDERSTORM | Tibetan | Tibetan, Mongolian Extensions for Sanskrit and | Tibetan Digits | Tibetan Letters | TICK, WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH LEFTWARDS | TICK, WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH RIGHTWARDS | TICK, WHITE SQUARE WITH LEFTWARDS | TICK, WHITE SQUARE WITH RIGHTWARDS | TIE, CHARACTER | TIE OVER INFINITY | TILDE | tilde, apl | TILDE, COMBINING | TILDE, COMBINING DOUBLE | TILDE, COMBINING VERTICAL | TILDE, MINUS | TILDE, REVERSED | TILDE, SMALL | TILDE, TRIPLE | TILDE ABOVE, COMBINING NOT | TILDE BELOW, COMBINING | TILDE EQUALS, REVERSED | TILDE LEFT HALF, COMBINING DOUBLE | TILDE OPERATOR | TILDE OPERATOR, EQUALS SIGN ABOVE | TILDE OPERATOR, PARALLEL WITH | TILDE OPERATOR, SUBSET OF ABOVE | TILDE OPERATOR, SUPERSET OF ABOVE | TILDE OPERATOR WITH DOT ABOVE | TILDE OPERATOR WITH RISING DOTS | TILDE OVERLAY, COMBINING | TIMES, CIRCLED | TIMES, DIVISION | TIMES, INVISIBLE | TIMES, SQUARED | TIMES OPERATOR, N-ARY | TIMES OPERATOR, N-ARY CIRCLED | TIMES SIGN, INTEGRAL WITH | TIMES WITH LEFT HALF BLACK | TIMES WITH RIGHT HALF BLACK | TINY | TIRONIAN SIGN ET | TIS 620-2529 (Thai), Based on | Todo Letters, Mongolian | Tone Bar Letters | TONE FIVE, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TONE MARK, COMBINING ACUTE | TONE MARK, COMBINING GRAVE | Tone Marks, Ideographic | Tone Marks, Vietnamese | TONE SIX, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TONE TWO, LATIN SMALL LETTER | tonos | TONOS, COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA | TOP HALF INTEGRAL | TOP LEFT CORNER | TOP LEFT CROP | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, LEFT | TORTOISE SHELL BRACKET, LEFT WHITE | TOTAL RUNOUT | TRADE MARK SIGN | trade mark sign, registered | transfinite cardinal, fourth | transfinite cardinal (countable), first | transfinite cardinal (functions of a real variable), third | transfinite cardinal (the continuum), second | transmission, end of | transmission, graphic for end of | TRANSMISSION, SYMBOL FOR END OF | transmission block, end of | TRANSMISSION BLOCK, SYMBOL FOR END OF | transmit state, set | TRANSVERSAL INTERSECTION | TRIANGLE, COMBINING ENCLOSING UPWARD POINTING | TRIANGLE, LOWER LEFT | TRIANGLE, LOWER RIGHT | TRIANGLE, MINUS SIGN IN | TRIANGLE, MULTIPLICATION SIGN IN | TRIANGLE, PLUS SIGN IN | TRIANGLE, PLUS SIGN WITH BLACK | TRIANGLE, RIGHT | TRIANGLE, UPPER LEFT | TRIANGLE, UPPER RIGHT | TRIANGLE, VERTICAL BAR BESIDE RIGHT | TRIANGLE OPERATOR, LARGE LEFT | Triangle symbols | TRIANGLE WITH LEFT HALF BLACK, DOWN-POINTING | TRIANGLE WITH RIGHT HALF BLACK, DOWN-POINTING | Triangles | TRIANGULAR BULLET | TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER | TRIANGULAR COLON, MODIFIER LETTER HALF | | trine | TRIPLE COLON OPERATOR | TRIPLE HORIZONTAL BAR WITH DOUBLE VERTICAL STROKE | TRIPLE HORIZONTAL BAR WITH TRIPLE VERTICAL STROKE | TRIPLE INTEGRAL | TRIPLE NESTED GREATER-THAN | TRIPLE NESTED LESS-THAN | TRIPLE PLUS | TRIPLE PRIME | TRIPLE PRIME, REVERSED | TRIPLE RIGHT TURNSTILE, VERTICAL BAR | TRIPLE SOLIDUS BINARY RELATION | TRIPLE TILDE | TRIPLE UNDERDOT, COMBINING | TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR BINARY RELATION | TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR DELIMITER | TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR OPERATOR, LARGE | TRIPLE VERTICAL BAR WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE | TRIPLE VERTICAL STROKE, TRIPLE HORIZONTAL BAR WITH | TRUE | TUGRIK SIGN | turbofan | turkish currency | TURNED A, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED ALPHA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED AMPERSAND | TURNED ANGLE | TURNED CAPITAL F | TURNED COMMA, MODIFIER LETTER | TURNED COMMA ABOVE, COMBINING | turned comma quotation mark, double | turned comma quotation mark, single | TURNED DELTA, LATIN SMALL LETTER | turned e, latin capital letter | TURNED E, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA | TURNED H, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED K, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED M, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | TURNED M, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED NOT SIGN | turned question mark | TURNED R, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED R, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL G | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL L | TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL Y | TURNED T, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED V, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED W, LATIN SMALL LETTER | TURNED Y, LATIN SMALL LETTER | turnstile | turnstile, reverse | Turnstiles, Tacks and | Turnstiles, Tacks and | TWO, SUPERSCRIPT | TWO DOT LEADER | TWO-HEADED ARROW FROM BAR, RIGHTWARDS | TWO-HEADED ARROW WITH TAIL, RIGHTWARDS | TWO-HEADED ARROW WITH TAIL WITH VERTICAL STROKE, RIGHTWARDS | TYPE COLON, Z NOTATION | | [U] | U, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | Ugaritic | UMBRELLA | UMBRELLA WITH RAIN DROPS | umlaut | UNASPIRATED, MODIFIER LETTER | UNDERDOT, COMBINING TRIPLE | underline | underline, double | UNDERLINE SYMBOL, CONTINUOUS | UNDERLINE SYMBOL, DISCONTINUOUS | underscore | underscore, double | underscore, spacing | underscore, spacing double | Underscores, Overscores and | UNDERTIE | UNDERTIE, INVERTED | UNDO SYMBOL | undoable delete | UNION | UNION, DOUBLE | UNION, DOUBLE SQUARE | UNION, INTEGRAL WITH | UNION, INTERSECTION ABOVE | UNION, INTERSECTION ABOVE BAR ABOVE | UNION, MULTISET | UNION, N-ARY | UNION, UNION BESIDE AND JOINED WITH | UNION ABOVE BAR ABOVE INTERSECTION | UNION ABOVE INTERSECTION | UNION BESIDE AND JOINED WITH UNION | UNION OPERATOR, N-ARY SQUARE | UNION OPERATOR WITH DOT, N-ARY | UNION OPERATOR WITH PLUS, N-ARY | UNION WITH LOGICAL OR | UNION WITH MINUS SIGN | UNION WITH OVERBAR | UNION WITH SERIFS, CLOSED | UNION WITH SERIFS AND SMASH PRODUCT, CLOSED | Unions, Intersections and | unique element | unit separator | UNIT SEPARATOR, SYMBOL FOR | UNIVERSAL RECYCLING SYMBOL | UNIVERSAL RECYCLING SYMBOL, BLACK | up, page | UP ARROWHEAD | UP ARROWHEAD BETWEEN TWO HORIZONTAL BARS | UP RIGHT DIAGONAL ELLIPSIS | UP TACK | UP TACK, MODIFIER LETTER | UP TACK BELOW, COMBINING | UPA Modifiers | UPPER BLADE SCISSORS | UPPER RIGHT PENCIL | UPSILON, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | UPSILON, LATIN SMALL LETTER | upstile, apl | UPWARDS ARROW BELOW, COMBINING | URANUS | Urdu, Eastern Arabic-Indic Digits for Persian and | urdu paragraph separator | | [V] | V, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | v, latin capital letter script | v, latin small letter script | V, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | V WITH HOOK, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | | valid | varia | Variation Selectors | Variation Selectors Supplement | varies with (proportional to) | vector | vector | VECTOR OR CROSS PRODUCT | vector pointing into page | vector pointing into page | vector pointing out of page | vee | vee above | VEE WITH UNDERBAR, SMALL | venus | VERSICLE | VERTICAL, LONG DASH FROM LEFT MEMBER OF DOUBLE | vertical bar | vertical bar, broken | VERTICAL BAR, CIRCLED | VERTICAL BAR, N-ARY WHITE | VERTICAL BAR, WHITE | VERTICAL BAR BINARY RELATION, TRIPLE | VERTICAL BAR DELIMITER, TRIPLE | Vertical Bar Dingbats | VERTICAL BAR OPERATOR, LARGE TRIPLE | VERTICAL BAR WITH HORIZONTAL STROKE, TRIPLE | vertical bowtie | VERTICAL BOX LINE, LEFT | VERTICAL BOX LINE, RIGHT | Vertical brackets | VERTICAL ELLIPSIS | VERTICAL IDEOGRAPHIC ITERATION MARK | VERTICAL KANA REPEAT MARK | VERTICAL LINE | VERTICAL LINE, DOUBLE | VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER | VERTICAL LINE, MODIFIER LETTER LOW | VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING | VERTICAL LINE ABOVE, COMBINING DOUBLE | VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING | VERTICAL LINE BELOW, COMBINING DOUBLE | VERTICAL LINE EXTENSION | Vertical Line Operators | VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING LONG | VERTICAL LINE OVERLAY, COMBINING SHORT | VERTICAL LINE WITH CIRCLE ABOVE | VERTICAL LINE WITH CIRCLE BELOW | VERTICAL LINE WITH MIDDLE DOT | VERTICAL STROKE OVERLAY, COMBINING DOUBLE | vertical tabulation | VERTICAL TABULATION, SYMBOL FOR | Vertical Text, Double Punctuation For | VERTICAL TILDE, COMBINING | Vertical Variants, Glyphs for | VERTICAL ZIGZAG LINE | VERY MUCH GREATER-THAN | VERY MUCH LESS-THAN | VICTORY HAND | Vietnamese, Latin Extensions for | vietnamese currency | Vietnamese Tone Marks | VIEWDATA SQUARE | vinculum | viram, deergh | viram, purna | VIRAMA, BENGALI SIGN | VIRAMA, DEVANAGARI SIGN | VIRAMA, GUJARATI SIGN | VIRAMA, GURMUKHI SIGN | VIRAMA, KANNADA SIGN | | VIRAMA, ORIYA SIGN | VIRAMA, TAGALOG SIGN | VIRAMA, TAMIL SIGN | VIRAMA, TELUGU SIGN | VIRGO | virgule | VOICED FRICATIVE, LATIN LETTER PHARYNGEAL | VOICED SOUND MARK, COMBINING KATAKANA-HIRAGANA | VOICED SOUND MARK, KATAKANA-HIRAGANA | VOICING, MODIFIER LETTER | VOLUME INTEGRAL | VOLTAGE SIGN, HIGH | vrachy | VS1 | | [W] | W, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | W, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | WARNING SIGN | Warning Signs | Warning Signs | WATCH | WAVE, SINE | WAVE DASH | WAVY DASH | WAVY LINE | WAVY LOW LINE | WAVY OVERLINE | WAVY OVERLINE, DOUBLE | Weather and Astrological Symbols | wedge | wedge | weierstrass elliptic function | WHEEL OF DHARMA | WHITE BULLET, CIRCLED | WHITE CIRCLE WITH DOT RIGHT | WHITE CIRCLE WITH DOWN ARROW | WHITE CIRCLE WITH TWO DOTS | WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND | WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH LEFTWARDS TICK | WHITE CONCAVE-SIDED DIAMOND WITH RIGHTWARDS TICK | WHITE DIAMOND WITH CENTRED DOT | WHITE DOT RIGHT, BLACK CIRCLE WITH | WHITE DOTS, BLACK CIRCLE WITH TWO | WHITE FLAG | white framus | WHITE HOURGLASS | WHITE MEDIUM SMALL SQUARE | WHITE MEDIUM SQUARE | White On Black Circled Numbers | | WHITE SHOGI PIECE | WHITE SQUARE WITH LEFTWARDS TICK | WHITE SQUARE WITH RIGHTWARDS TICK | WHITE VERTICAL BAR | WHITE VERTICAL BAR, N-ARY | WIDE BRIDGE ABOVE, COMBINING | WIGGLY FENCE, LEFT | WIGGLY FENCE, LEFT DOUBLE | WIGGLY FENCE, RIGHT | WIGGLY FENCE, RIGHT DOUBLE | wj | WON SIGN | WORD DIVIDER, UGARITIC | WORD JOINER | Word Separators, Aegean | Words, Squared Japanese Katakana | WORDSPACE, ETHIOPIC | WREATH PRODUCT | WRITING HAND | WYNN, LATIN CAPITAL LETTER | WYNN, LATIN LETTER | | [X] | X, BALLOT | X, BALLOT BOX WITH | X, CIRCLE WITH SUPERIMPOSED | X, COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER | X, HEAVY BALLOT | X, HEAVY MULTIPLICATION | X, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | X, MULTIPLICATION | X ABOVE, COMBINING | X IN A RECTANGLE BOX | XOR | | [Y] | Y, LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL | Y, LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED | Y, MODIFIER LETTER SMALL | Y, TURNED SANS-SERIF CAPITAL | YANG, YIN | YEN SIGN | Yi Radicals | Yi Syllables | Yiddish Digraphs | yields | Yijing Monogram and Digram Symbols | Yijing Hexagram Symbols | | YIN YANG | yogh, latin capital letter | YOGH, LATIN SMALL LETTER | yogh, latin small letter | YPOGEGRAMMENI, COMBINING GREEK | YR, LATIN LETTER | yuan sign | | [Z] | Z, BLACK-LETTER CAPITAL | Z, DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL | Z NOTATION BAG MEMBERSHIP | z notation bag subtraction | z notation bijection | Z Notation Binding Brackets | Z NOTATION DOMAIN ANTIRESTRICTION | z notation finite function | z notation finite function | z notation finite injection | z notation finite relation | z notation finite surjection | z notation finite surjective injection | Z Notation Image Brackets | z notation left bag bracket | z notation partial function | z notation partial injection | z notation partial relation | z notation partial surjection | Z NOTATION RANGE ANTIRESTRICTION | Z NOTATION RELATIONAL COMPOSITION | Z NOTATION SCHEMA COMPOSITION | z notation schema hiding | Z NOTATION SCHEMA PIPING | Z NOTATION SCHEMA PROJECTION | z notations sequence concatenation | Z NOTATION SPOT | z notation surjective injection | Z NOTATION TYPE COLON | Zapf Dingbats Series 100, ITC | ZERO, CIRCLED DIGIT | ZERO, IDEOGRAPHIC NUMBER | ZERO, SUPERSCRIPT | ZERO WIDTH JOINER | ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK SPACE | ZERO WIDTH NON-JOINER | ZERO WIDTH SPACE | ZIGZAG ARROW, RIGHT ANGLE WITH DOWNWARDS | ZIGZAG LINE, VERTICAL | zwj | zwnbsp | zwnj | zwsp

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    Voynich-Manuskript
    Voynich-Code
    Voynich-Experte (W3)

    Das "Voynich-Manuskript" ist benannt nach seinem Entdecker "Wilfried M. Voynich". Dieser entdeckte es 1912 in einer italienischen Villa. Bis heute konnte es niemand entziffern.

    Verborgene Botschaft

    Das Buch umfasst 232 Seiten. Es liegt in der Universität von Yale und wird dort gehütet wie ein Schatz.

    Die Rede ist vom so genannten "Voynich-Manuskript". Die Herkunft dieses Buches ist so unklar wie der Inhalt seiner Zeichen. Dutzende renommierte Kryptographen versuchten bisher vergeblich den Sinn des Buches zu entschlüsseln.

    In einem 1666 verfassten Brief wird behauptet, das Manuskript sei vom deutschen Kaiser Rudolf II. (1552 - 1612) für die damals unvorstellbar hohe Summe von 600 Golddukaten erworben worden. Der Kaiser soll vermutet haben, dass das geheimnisvolle Buch aus der Feder des legendären Gelehrten Roger Bacon (1220 - 1292) stammte.

    (E?)(L?) http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,1130832,00.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/history/before_1700
    The Voynich Manuscript

    (E?)(L?) http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/history/index
    2003 December: The Voynich Manuscript Solved?

    (E?)(L1) http://www.omniglot.com/
    Voynich Script for English

    (E?)(L?) http://www.presseportal.de/story.htx?nr=927844

    Das Voynich-Manuskript besteht aus einem reich bebilderten Text, der wahrscheinlich zwischen 1450 und 1520 in Europa entstanden ist. Seit knapp 100 Jahren Forschung enden allerdings alle Fährten im Nirgendwo: Bis heute beißen sich alle Sprachforscher, Kryptologen und Computerwissenschaftler an dem Text die Zähne aus. Sogar der Chef-Entschlüsseler des amerikanischen Geheimdienstes NSA, der immerhin den Code chinesischer Opiumdealer entschlüsselt hat (ohne die Sprache zu sprechen!) versuchte sich an dem Buch. Keiner von ihnen schaffte es, das Manuskript zu entschlüsseln - und das ist höchst merkwürdig.

    Woran erkennt man, ob ein Text in einer fremden Sprache geschrieben ist? An der Interpunktion? An der Grammatik? Oder daran, dass sich Buchstabenfolgen wiederholen, an der "Entropie"? Oder ist das Voynich-Manuskript eine Fälschung? Wie könnte man heute eine Sprache erfinden, die niemand entziffern kann?

    Die Februar-Ausgabe (2007) des P.M. Magazin wägt die einzelnen Theorien gegeneinander ab.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.dcc.unicamp.br/~stolfi/EXPORT/projects/voynich/Welcome.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.voynich.net/


    (E6)(L1) http://wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikibooks_portal
    Miscellaneous: The Voynich Manuscript

    (E?)(L?) http://www.zweitausendeins.de/index.htm?/displayV2.cfm?dsplnr=4128&language=1
    Der "Voynich-Code" ist benannt nach dem Antiquitätenhändler "Wilfrid Voynich" der das Manuskript 1912 bei italienischen Jesuiten entdeckte und nach England brachte. Seitdem versuchen Scharen von Historikern, Theologen, Botanikern und Mathematikern dem Rätsel des Voynich-Manuskripts auf die Spur zu kommen.

    Die sogenannten "Voynich-Experten" müssten eigentlich "Voynich-Code-Experten" heissen.

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    Körpersprache

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    Was der Stinkefinger zu sagen hat
    (10) Von Elke Bodderas 13. März 2009, 10:06 Uhr
    Seit mehr als 2000 Jahren streckt die Menschheit von Zeit zu Zeit ihren Mittelfinger aufrecht hin - und das nicht in Verbindung mit der Frage, ob vielleicht die Nagelhaut noch hübsch ist. Inzwischen ist die Geste in der ganzen Welt beliebt. Forscher untersuchen jetzt das Vokabular des Körpers.
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    Coats of arms

    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallery_of_sovereign_state_coats_of_arms


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    Gallery of sovereign-state flags
    Flags

    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallery_of_sovereign-state_flags


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    Internationale Telefonvorwahl

    (E?)(L1) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internationale_Telefonvorwahl


    Erstellt: 2011-12

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    Lautschrift

    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lautschrift

    Bei einer Lautschrift handelt es sich um ein Schriftsystem, das den Zweck hat, die Aussprache von Lauten oder Lautketten (Phonetik, Phonologie) (möglichst exakt oder "nur" phonologisch) wiederzugeben, um hierdurch unabhängig von den Zufälligkeiten der Entwicklung von faktischen Schriftsprachen zu werden. Lautschriften spielen vor allem beim Erlernen von Fremdsprachen eine wesentliche Rolle. Sie sind daneben als Beschreibungsinstrument der Linguistik von Bedeutung.

    Das bekannteste Beispiel einer Lautschrift ist das Internationale Phonetische Alphabet (IPA), das in den meisten Wörterbüchern verwendet wird und auch in der Wikipedia Anwendung findet.

    Siehe auch ...


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    National emblems

    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_emblem


    wikipedia
    Timeline of national flags

    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_national_flags

    Countries / Decades before 1700 1710 1720 1730 1740 1750 1760 1770 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000

    Algeria | Angola | Benin | Botswana | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cameroon | Cape Verde | Central African Republic | Chad | Comoros | Democratic Republic of the Congo | Republic of the Congo | Côte d'Ivoire | Djibouti | Ethiopia | Eritrea | Equatorial Guinea | Gabon | The Gambia | Ghana | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Kenya | Lesotho | Liberia | Libya | Madagascar | Malawi | Mali | Mauritania | Mauritius | Morocco | Mozambique | Namibia | Niger | Nigeria | Rwanda | São Tomé and Príncipe | Senegal | Seychelles | Sierra Leonne | Somalia | Somaliland | South Africa | Sudan | Swaziland | Tanzania | Togo | Tunisia | Uganda | Zambia | Zimbabwe | Asia | Afghanistan | Bahrain | Bangladesh | Bhutan | Brunei | Cambodia | China, People's Republic of | China, Republic of | East Timor | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Israel | Japan | Jordan | Korea, North | Korea, South | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan | Laos | Lebanon | Malaysia | The Maldives | Mongolia | Myanmar | Nepal | Oman | Pakistan | Philippines | Qatar | Saudi Arabia | Singapore | Sri Lanka | Syria | Tajikistan | Thailand | Turkmenistan | United Arab Emirates | Uzbekistan | Vietnam | Yemen | Europe | Albania | Andorra | Austria | Belarus | Belgium | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Croatia | Croatia | Czech Republic | Denmark | Estonia | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Iceland | Ireland | Italy | Latvia | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Macedonia | Malta | Moldova | Monaco | Montenegro | Netherlands | Norway | Poland | Portugal | Romania | San Marino | Serbia | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Transnistria | Ukraine | United Kingdom | Vatican City | North America | Antigua and Barbuda | Bahamas | Barbados | Belize | Canada | Costa Rica | Cuba | Dominica | Dominican Republic | El Salvador | Grenada | Guatemala | Haiti | Honduras | Jamaica | Mexico | Nicaragua | Panama | Saint Kitts and Nevis | Saint Lucia | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | Trinidad and Tobago | United States | Oceania | Australia | Federated States of Micronesia | Fiji | Kiribati | Marshall Islands | Nauru | New Zealand | Palau | Papua New Guinea | Samoa | Solomon Islands | Tonga | Tuvalu | Vanuatu | South America | Argentina | Bolivia | Brazil | Chile | Colombia | Ecuador | Guyana | Paraguay | Peru | Suriname | Uruguay | Venezuela | Transcontinental | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Cyprus | Egypt | Egypt | Georgia | Kazakhstan | Russia | Turkey |


    Erstellt: 2010-12

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    Unicode dingbats

    (E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingbat

    A dingbat is an ornament, character or spacer used in typesetting, sometimes more formally known as a printer's ornament or printer's character.[citation needed] The term continues to be used in the computer industry to describe fonts that have symbols and shapes in the positions designated for alphabetical or numeric characters.

    Examples of characters included in Unicode (ITC Zapf dingbats series 100 and others):
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    Erstellt: 2014-01

    worldflags101
    Flags of the World
    Common Flag Terminology

    (E?)(L?) http://www.worldflags101.com/



    Introduction to Flags
    Soccer, boy scouts, McDonald's, racing, advertising, sailing, pirates, countries, football, astronauts, explorers, armies, Greenpeace, gays and lesbians, states, the weather, provinces, political parties, etc. What do all of these things have in common? Flags.

    Flags are everywhere. They are mainly associated with geographical regions, countries and nations, but if you look around you will find them as symbols of many other walks of life.

    A flag is basically a piece of material that is flown from a mast or pole, but once you start adding coloring, designs and emblems to that piece of cloth you have a work of art.

    The historical origin of flags dates back to around 1000 BC, when the Egyptians used primitive versions of flags - some were even made out of wood or metal. Flags were originally used for the purpose of identification or to signal to others. Although flags are still used for many of those reasons today, flags have also come to be used for much more.

    Flags have also been important symbols on land as well as on sea. Ships started using flags at sea to signal to each other and to harbors, often to let them know they had an infectious or diseased crew aboard. Flags are still used today to let sailors know what weather conditions await at sea. The military also made use of flags to rally its troops. In military times, capturing an enemy's flag was considered an honorable seizure.

    Although the most popular use of flags today is to identify the world's countries, the use of national flags didn't become commonplace until the 18th century. National flags are now used to identify each country and their symbolism.

    When Mount Everest and the moon were conquered, and when new found lands were discovered, explorers would raise flags as signs of their being the first to tread these unchartered lands. Flags have also been used historically, many with negative consequences. For example, ancient pirates used flags decorated with the feared skull and crossbones emblem, and the Nazis used a flag decorated with a swastika.

    Today, flags are still used to signify crucial events. For example, if you are offside in a soccer game, the linesman raises his flag, or when an auto race begins a flag is traditionally waved to start the race.

    In fact, the numerous uses for flags and their examination have become so popular that the practice of 'vexillology', which means the academic study of flags, has been developed.

    If you are interested in flags of any type there is a wealth of information available on the internet or at your local library or book shop.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.worldflags101.com/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.worldflags101.com/flag-terminology.aspx
    Common Flag Terminology

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    Pronunciation Table

    (E?)(L?) http://www.world-gazetteer.com/pronun.htm
    Most languages which use the Latin (or Roman) script have their own rules of correct pronunciation. E.g. French and English are completely different. This site will help to find the correct pronunciation of some languages.
    For some other script systems like Arabic or Cyrillic where a transcription is used this site will offer pronunciation help, too.
    The following table describes the standard pronunciation of the basic characters, common diacritical characters and combinations, which most languages have common.
    After this, for every listed language a table is given that shows a list of characters, that are typical for the relative language and different from the pronunciation described in the standard table.
    The following languages are available:
    Afrikaans, Albanian, Arabic (transcription), Azeri, Belorussian (transliteration) Bulgarian, Chinese (transcription), Croat, Cyrillic (transcription), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, Flemish, French, German, Greek (transcription), Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese (see standard pronunciation table), Lettish (Latvian), Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkic languages, Turkish, Ukrainian (transliteration),
    Diacritical characters of other languages (transliteration)

    worldlicenseplates
    License Plates of the World
    License Plates Worldwide
    Nummernschilder der Welt

    (E?)(L1) http://www.worldlicenseplates.com/
    Auch die Bezeichnungen auf Nummernschildern haben ihre Geschichte.

    Die Beispiele an Auto-Kennzeichen auf dieser Site ist wirklich immens. (Last Updated: February 12, 2004)

    Neben den folgenden Kennzeichen findet man viele weitere Sonder-Kennzeichen von Teilgebieten oder Kennzeichen mit Sonderfunktionen.

    AFGHANISTAN - ALBANIA - ALGERIA - ANGOLA - Anguilla (GB) - ANTIGUA and BARBUDA - ARGENTINA - ARMENIA - Aruba (NA) - ATLANTIC OCEAN - AUSTRALIA - Cocos (Keeling) Islands - AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE - AZERBEIJAN - BAHAMAS - BAHRAIN - BANGLADESH - BARBADOS - BELARUS - BELGIUM - BELIZE - BENIN - Bermuda - BHUTAN - BOLIVIA - BOSNIA - BOTSWANA - BRAZIL - BRUNEI - BULGARIA - BURKINA FASO - BURMA - BURUNDI - CAMBODIA - CAMEROUN - CANADA - CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - CENTRAL AMERICA - CHAD - CHILE - CHINA - Hong Kong - Macao - COLOMBIA - COMOROS - COSTA RICA - CÔTE D'IVOIRE - CROATIA - CUBA - CZECH REPUBLIC - CZECHOSLOVAKIA - DENMARK - DJIBOUTI - DOMINICA - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - EAST GERMANY - EAST TIMOR (TIMOR LESTE) - ECUADOR - EGYPT - EL SALVADOR - EQUATORIAL GUINEA - ERITREA - ESTONIA - ETHIOPIA - EUROPE - FIJI - FINLAND - GABON - GAMBIA - GEORGIA - GERMANY - Saarland - GHANA - GREAT BRITAIN - GREECE - GRENADA - GUATEMALA - GUINEA - GUINEA-BISSAU - GUYANA - HAITI - HONDURAS - HUNGARY - ICELAND - INDIA - INDIAN OCEAN - IRAN - IRAQ - IRELAND - ISRAEL - Palestine - ITALY - IVORY COAST - JAMAICA - JAPAN - JORDAN - KAMPUCHEA - KAZAKHSTAN - KENYA - KIRIBATI - KOREA, NORTH - KOREA, SOUTH - KUWAIT - KYRGYZSTAN - LAOS - LATVIA - LEBANON - LESOTHO - LIBERIA - LIBYA - LITHUANIA - LUXEMBOURG - MACEDONIA - MADAGASCAR - MALAWI - MALAYSIA - MALDIVES - MALI - MALTA - MAURITANIA - MAURITIUS - MEXICO - MICRONESIA - MOLDOVA - MONACO - MONGOLIA - Moon - MOROCCO - MOZAMBIQUE - MYANMAR - NAMIBIA - NAURU - NEPAL - NETHERLANDS - NEVIS - Niue - NICARAGUA - NIGER - NIGERIA - NORTH KOREA - NORWAY - OMAN - PACIFIC OCEAN - PAKISTAN - PALAU - PANAMA - PAPUA NEW GUINEA - PARAGUAY - PHILIPPINES - POLAND - PORTUGAL - Macao - Madeira - QATAR - ROMANIA - RUANDA-URUNDI - RUSSIA - RWANDA - Saarland - ST. KITTS and NEVIS - ST. LUCIA - ST. VINCENT - SAMOA - SAN MARINO - SÃO TOMÉ and PRINCIPE - SAUDI ARABIA - SENEGAL - Serbia (YU) - SERBIA and MONTENEGRO - SEYCHELLES - SIERRA LEONE - SINGAPORE - SLOVAKIA - SLOVENIA - SOLOMON ISLANDS - SOMALIA - SOUTH AFRICA - SOUTH KOREA - SOVIET UNION - SPAIN - SRI LANKA - SUDAN - SURINAME - SWAZILAND - SWEDEN - SWITZERLAND - SYRIA - TAIWAN - TAJIKISTAN - TANZANIA - Zanzibar - THAILAND - TIBET - TIMOR LESTE - TOGO - TONGA - TRINIDAD and TOBAGO - TUNISIA - TURKEY - TURKMENISTAN - TUVALU - UGANDA - U.K. (UNITED KINGDOM) - UKRAINE - U.N. (United Nations) - UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - UNITED KINGDOM - Northern Ireland - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Unofficial/Unregognized License Plates - UPPER VOLTA - URUGUAY - U.S.A. (UNITED STATES) - U.S.S.R. (UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS) - UZBEKISTAN - VANUATU - VATICAN - VENEZUELA - VIETNAM - YEMEN - YUGOSLAVIA - ZAIRE - ZAMBIA - Zanzibar (EAT) - ZIMBABWE

    A | Abaco (BS) | Abenaki Nation (USA) | Absentee Shawnee Tribe (USA) | Abu Dhabi (UAE) | Abyssinia | Acklins (BS) | Aden Colony | Aden Protectorate | Aden (P.D.R.) | AFGHANISTAN | AFRICA | African Caribbean Pacific Group (ACP) | Aguascalientes (MEX) | Aimeliik (PAL) | Airai (PAL) | Ajman (UAE) | Alabama (USA) | Åland (FIN) | Alaska (USA) | ALBANIA | Alberta (CDN) | Alderney (GB) | ALGERIA | American Indian Tribes | in Alaska (USA) | in Arizona (USA) | in California (USA) | in Colorado (USA) | in Delaware (USA) | in Illinois (USA) | in Kansas (USA) | in Louisiana (USA) | in Maine (USA) | in Manitoba (CDN) | in Maryland (USA) | in Michigan (USA) | in Minnesota (USA) | in Montana (USA) | in Nevada (USA) | in New Mexico (USA) | in North Carolina (USA) | in Nunavut (CDN) | in Oklahoma (USA) | in Ontario (CDN) | in Texas (USA) | in Vermont (USA) | in Washington (USA) | in Wisconsin (USA) | American Mission in East Germany | American Samoa (USA) | American Standard | American Virgin 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Islands (NZ) | COSTA RICA | CÔTE D'IVOIRE | Credits | Cree (CDN) | CROATIA | Serb Occupied Krajina | Croatian Area in Bosnia | Crooked Island (BS) | Crow Creek Sioux Tribe (USA) | Crow Tribe (USA) | CUBA | Forces in Cuba | Forces of Cuba in Grenada | | CYPRUS | Forces in Cyprus | United Nations in Cyprus | Cyprus, Turkish Occupied North | CZECH REPUBLIC | CZECHOSLOVAKIA | D | DANZIG | Delaware (USA) | DENMARK | | Forces in Greenland | Greenland | Devils Lake Sioux (USA) | Diego Garcia (GB) | Diplomatic Corps (USA) | Diplomatic Country Codes (USA) | Diplomatic Prefixes (USA) | District of Columbia (USA) | Distrito Federal (MEX) | DJIBOUTI | DOMINICA | DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | Dubai (UAE) | Durango (MEX) | Durazno (ROU) | E | EAST GERMANY | East Timor | Easter Island (RCH) | Eastern Shawnee Tribe (USA) | ECUADOR | EGYPT | United Nations in Egypt | EL SALVADOR | Eleuthera (BS) | Ellice Islands | Email to Author | England (GB) | Entities Associated With ... | Australia | France | Netherlands | 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Austria | in the Azores | in Belgium | in Bermuda | in Cuba | in Cyprus | in Ethiopia | in France | in Germany 1 | in Germany 2 | in Greece | in Greenland | in Grenada | in Iceland | in Iran | in Italy | in Japan | in Kuwait | in the Netherlands | in Norway | in Okinawa | in the Philippines | in Portugal | in South Korea | in Spain | in Taiwan | in Turkey | in the United Kingdom | in Vietnam | Saudi Arabian Forces in Kuwait | Soviet Mission in West Germany | US American Forces | US Forces in Austria | US Forces in the Azores | US Forces in Bermuda | US Forces in Cuba | US Forces in Ethiopia | US Forces in France | US Forces in Germany | US Forces in Greece | US Forces in Greenland | US Forces in Iceland | US Forces in Iran | US Forces in Italy | US Forces in Japan | US Forces in the Netherlands | US Forces in Norway | US Forces in Okinawa | US Forces in the Philippines | US Forces in Portugal | US Forces in South Korea | US Forces in Spain | US Forces in Taiwan | US Forces in Turkey | US Forces in the United Kingdom | US Forces in Vietnam | US Mission in East Germany | FRANCE Entities Associated with France | Forces (German) in France | Forces (United States) in France | Forces of France in Germany | French Indo-China | French Mission in East Germany | French Polynesia | French Southern & Antarctic Territories | French Style License Plates | Guadeloupe | Guiana (Guyane) | Kerguelen Islands | Martinique | Mayotte | New Caledonia | Polynesia, French | Réunion | St. Martin | St. Pierre and Miquelon | Wallis and Futuna | French Guiana (F) | French Indo-China | French Mission in East Germany | French Polynesia (F) | French Southern & Antarctic Territories | French Style License Plates | Fronteriza/Fontera Zone (MEX) | Fujairah (UAE) | G | GABON | GAMBIA | General/Miscellaneous Topics | General Service Admin. Prefixes (USA) | GEORGIA | Georgia (USA) | GERMANY | EAST GERMANY | Forces (Belgian) in Germany | Forces (British) in Germany | Forces (Dutch) in Germany | Forces (French) in Germany | Forces (USA) in Germany | Forces of Germany in France | Forces of Germany in the Netherlands | GERMANY, Before 1956 | GERMANY, 1956 Series | Saarland | GHANA | Gilbert Islands | Golan Heights, United Nations in | Gold Creek Susitna (USA) | Grading, ALPCA Approved | Grading by PL8S | Grand Bahama (BS) | GREAT BRITAIN | GREECE | Athos, Republic of Mt. | Forces in Greece | Green License Plates | Greenland (DK) | GRENADA | Forces in Grenada | Guadeloupe (F) | Guam (USA) | Guanajuato (MEX) | Guantanamo Bay/Cuba (USA) | GUATEMALA | Guernsey (GB) | Guerrero (MEX) | Guiana (F) | GUINEA | GUINEA-BISSAU | GUYANA | H | HAITI | Hamilton Island (AUS) | Handicapped Driver (CDN) | Handicapped Driver (USA) | Harbour Island (BS) | Hatobei (PAL) | Hawaii (USA) | Herm | Hidalgo (MEX) | Holland (NL) | Home | HONDURAS | Honduras, British | Hong Kong (PRC, UK) | HUNGARY | Hutt River Principality (AUS) | I | ICELAND | Forces in Iceland | Idaho (USA) | Ifni (E) | Illinois (USA) | Inagua (BS) | Inauguration (USA) | INDIA | Sikkim | INDIAN OCEAN | Indo-China, French | Iowa (USA) | Iowa Tribe (USA) | IRAN | Forces in Iran | IRAQ | Invasion of Kuwait | IRELAND | Isla de Pascua (RCH) | Isle of Man (GB) | Isles of Scilly (GB) | ISRAEL | Occupied Paestine | Italian East Africa | ITALY | Forces in Italy | Italian East Africa | Seborga, Principato di | Trieste | IVORY COAST | J | Jalisco (MEX) | JAMAICA | Jammu-Kashmir (PK) | JAPAN | Forces in Japan | Forces in Okinawa/Ryuku Islands | Jersey (GB) | Jervis Bay (AUS) | Johnston Island (Atoll) (USA) | JORDAN | United Nations in Jordan | | K | KAMPUCHEA | Kansas (USA) | Kashmir (PK) | Katanga | Kayangel (PAL) | KAZAKHSTAN | Keetoowah Band of Cherokee (USA) | Kentucky (USA) | KENYA | Kerguelen Islands (F) | Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Tribe (USA) | Kickapoo Tribe (USA) | Kiowa Tribe (USA) | KIRIBATI | Knik Tribe (USA) | KOREA, NORTH | KOREA, SOUTH | Forces in South Korea | Koror (PAL) | | Kosrae (FSM) | Krajina (Serb Occupied Area in Croatia | KUWAIT | Forces in Kuwait | Invasion of Kuwait | Kwajelein Atoll (MH) | KYRGYZSTAN | L | Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Nation (USA) | Labrador (CDN) | LAOS | United Nations in Laos | LATVIA | LEBANON | Leech Lake Chippewa (USA) | LESOTHO | LIBERIA | LIBYA | License Plate Sizes | License Plate Standards | License Plate Styles | LIECHTENSTEIN | Line Islands (KIRIBATI) | Links | Links to Sponsors | Literature | LITHUANIA | Long Island (BS) | Louisiana (USA) | Lower Brule Sioux Tribe (USA) | Lummi Tribe (USA) | LUXEMBOURG | M | Macao (PRC, P) | MACEDONIA | MADAGASCAR | Madeira (P) | Maine (USA) | Majuro Atoll (MH) | Makah Indian Nation (USA) | MALAWI | MALAYSIA | MALDIVES | Maldonado (ROU) | MALI | MALTA | Malta, Sovereign Military Order of (SMOM) | Man, Isle of (GB) | Manitoba (CDN) | Maps on License Plates I | Maps on License Plates II | Maps on License Plates III | Maps on License Plates IV | Kwajelein Atoll | Majuro Atoll | Martinique (F) | Maryland (USA) | Massachusetts (USA) | MAURITANIA | MAURITIUS | Rodrigues Island | Mayaguana (BS) | Mayotte (F) | Meets by PL8S | Melekeok (PAL) | Melilla (E) | Menominee Nation (USA) | MEXICO | Mexican States 1 | Mexican States 2 | Mexican States 3 | Mexico (MEX) | Miami Nation (USA) | Miccosukee Indian (USA) | Michigan (USA) | Michoacan (MEX) | MICRONESIA, Federates States of | Chuuk (Truk) | Kosrae | Pohnpei (Ponape) | Yap | Midway Island (USA) | Military Forces | Mille Lacs Ojibwe (USA) | Minnesota (USA) | Miscellaneous/General Topics | Missisquoi Indians (USA) | Mississippi (USA) | Missouri (USA) | Modoc (USA) | MOLDOVA | Transnistria | MONACO | MONGOLIA | Montana (USA) | MONTENEGRO and SERBIA | Montenegro (YU) | Montevideo (ROU) | Montserrat (GB) | Moon, License Plate Usesd on ~ | Morelos (MEX) | MOROCCO | Tangier Free Zone | MOZAMBIQUE | Muckleshoot Tribe (USA) | Muscogee Creek Nation (USA) | MYANMAR | N | NAMIBIA | Nanticoke Indian Association (USA) | Nassau (BS) | Native American Indian Tribes | NAURU | Navajo Nation (USA) | Nayarit (MEX) | Nebraska (USA) | NEPAL | NETHERLANDS | Aruba | Forces (German) in the Netherlands | Forces (United States) in the Netherlands | Forces of the Netherlands in Germany | Holland | | Nevada (USA) | NEVIS | New Brunswick (CDN) | New Caledonia (F) | New Hampshire (USA) | New Hebrides | New Jersey (USA) | New Mexico (USA) | New Providence (BS) | New South Wales (AUS) | New York (USA) | NEW ZEALAND | Cook Islands | Entities Associated with New Zealand | Niue | Tokelau | Newfoundland (CDN) | Ngaraard (PAL) | Ngarchelong (PAL) | Ngardmau (PAL) | Ngaremlengui (PAL) | Ngatpang (PAL) | Ngchesar (PAL) | Ngiwal (PAL) | NICARAGUA | NIGER | NIGERIA | Niue (NZ) | Norfolk Island (AUS) | NORTH AMERICA | North Carolina (USA) | North Cyprus, Turkish Occupied | NORTH KOREA | NORTH YEMEN (YAR) | Northern Ireland (GB) | Northern Mariana Islands (USA) | Northern Territory (AUS) | Northwest Territories (CDN) | NORWAY | Forces in Norway | Svalbard | Nova Scotia (CDN) | Nuevo Leon (MEX) | Nunavut (CDN) | O | Oaxaca (MEX) | | Ocean Island (KIR) | Oglala Sioux Tribe (USA) | Ohio (USA) | Ojibwe Nation (CDN) | Okinawa (J, USA) | Oklahoma (USA) | Olympic Games I | Olympic Games II | OMAN | Oneida Nation (USA) | Ontario (CDN) | Oregon (USA) | Osage Nation (USA) | Otoe Missouria (USA) | Ottawa Tribe (USA) | P | Pachanga Tribe (USA) | PACIFIC OCEAN | Pakawani Nation (USA) | PAKISTAN | Jammu-Kashmir | PALAU | Aimeliik | Airai | Angaur (PAL) | Hatobei | Kayangel (PAL) | Koror | Melekeok | Ngaraard | Ngarchelong | Ngardmau | Ngaremlengui | Ngatpang | Ngchesar | Ngiwal | Peleliu | Sonsorol | Palestine | Autonomous Palestine | British UN Trust of Palestine | Israel Occupied Palestine | PANAMA | Panama Canal Zone (USA, PA) | PAPUA NEW GUINEA | PARAGUAY | Pawnee Tribe (USA) | Paysandu (ROU) | Peleliu (PAL) | Pemba Island (EAT) | Pennsylvania (USA) | Penobscot Nation (USA) | People's Democratic Republic of YEMEN (P.D.R.) | People's Republic of CHINA | PERU | PHILIPPINES | Forces in the Philippines | Pohnpei (FSM) | POLAND | Polynesia, French (F) | Ponape (TTPI) | Ponca Tribe (USA) | PORTUGAL | Azores | East Timor | Entities Associated with Portugal | Forces in the Azores | Forces in Portugal | Macao | Madeira | Portugese East Timor | Potawatomi Nation (USA) | Potawatomi, Prairie Band (USA) | Presidential Inaugural License Plates (USA) | Prince Edward Island (CDN) | Puebla (MEX) | Puerto Rico (USA) | Pyramiden (Svalbard) (RUS) | Q | QATAR | Quapaw Tribe (USA) | Québec (CDN) | Queensland (AUS) | Queretaro (MEX) | Quinault Nation (USA) | Quintana Roo (MEX) | R | Ragged Island (BS) | Ras al Khaimah (UAE) | Red Lake Chippewa (USA) | Red License Plates | References | Republic of Mount Athos | Réunion (F) | Rio Negro (ROU) | Rivera (ROU) | Rocha (ROU) | Rodrigues Island (MS) | ROMANIA | Rosebud Sioux Tribe (USA) | RUANDA-URUNDI | Rum Cay (BS) | Russell Island (SOL) | RUSSIA | Mining Community on Svalbard | Tatarstan | Russian Mining Community (N, RUS) | RWANDA | Ryuku Islands (J) | S | Saarland | Sabah (MALAYSIA) | Sac and Fox Tribe (USA) | St. Croix (USA) | St. Helena (GB) | St. John (USA) | ST. KITTS and NEVIS | ST. LUCIA | St. Martin (F) | St. Pierre and Miquelon (F) | St. Thomas (USA) | ST. VINCENT | Saipan (TTPI) | Salto (ROU) | SAMOA | San José (ROU) | San Luis Potosi (MEX) | SAN MARINO | San Salvador (BS) | San'a (Y.A.R.) | SÃO TOMÉ & PRINCIPE | Sarawak (MALAYSIA) | Sark (GB) | Saskatchewan (CDN) | SAUDI ARABIA | Forces of Saudi Arabia in Kuwait | Scilly, Isles of (GB) | Scotland (GB) | Scripts on License Plates I | Scripts on License Plates II | Sealand, Principality of (GB) | Seborga, Principato di (I) | Seminole Indian (USA) | Seminole Nation (USA) | Seneca Cayuga Tribe (USA) | SENEGAL | United Nations in Senegal | Serbia (YU) | SERBIA and MONTENEGRO | Serb Occupied Krajina in Croatia | Serbian Area in Bosnia | Serb Occupied Krajina in Croatia | Serbian Area in Bosnia | SEYCHELLES | Sharjah (UAE) | SIERRA LEONE | Sikkim (IN) | Sinaloa (MEX) | SINGAPORE | Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe (USA) | Sizes of License Plates | SLOVAKIA | SLOVENIA | S.M.O.M. | SOLOMON ISLANDS | SOMALIA | Somaliand | Sonora (MEX) | Sonsorol (PAL) | Soriano (ROU) | SOUTH AFRICA | SOUTH AMERICA | South Australia (AUS) | South Carolina (USA) | SOUTH KOREA | Forces in South Korea | SOUTH YEMEN (PDR) | Southern Ute Tribe (USA) | Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) | Soviet Mission in West Germany | SOVIET UNION | SPAIN | Canary Islands | Ceuta | Entities Associated with Spain | Forces in Spain | Ifni | Melilla | Western Sahara | Spanish Wells (BS) | Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe (USA) | Spokane Tribe (USA) | SRI LANKA | Srpska Republic in Bosnia | Standards of License Plates | Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (USA) | Styles of License Plates | SUDAN | SURINAME | Svalbard (N) | SWAZILAND | SWEDEN | SWITZERLAND | SYRIA | United Nations in the Golan Heights | | T | Tacuarembo (ROU) | TAIWAN | Forces in Taiwan | TAJIKISTAN | Tamaulipas (MEX) | Tanganyika (EAT) | Tangier Free Zone | TANZANIA | Pemba Island | Tanganyika | United Nations in | Zanzibar | Tatarstan (RUS) | Tennessee (USA) | Texas (USA) | THAILAND | United Nations in Thailand | TIBET | TIMOR LESTE | Tlaxcala (MEX) | TOGO | Tokelau (NZ) | TONGA | Transnistria (MD) | Treinta y Tres (ROU) | Trieste (I) | TRINIDAD and TOBAGO | Tristan da Cunha (GB) | Truk (Chuuk, FSM) | Truk (TTPI) | Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands | Tulalip Tribe (USA) | TUNISIA | TURKEY | Forces in Turkey | Turkish Occupied North Cyprus | TURKMENISTAN | Turks and Caicos (GB) | Turtle Mountain Chippewa (USA) | TUVALU | U | UGANDA | U.K. (UNITED KINGDOM) | UKRAINE | Umm al Qaiwain (UAE) | U.N. (United Nations) | UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS | UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Abu Dhabi | Ajman | Dubai | Fujeirah | Ras al Khaimah | Sharjah | Umm al Qaiwain | UNITED KINGDOM | Alderney | Anguilla | Bermuda | British Honduras | British Indian Ocean Territory | British Style License Plates | British Virgin Islands | Cayman Islands | Ellice Islands | England | Entities Associated with the UK | Forces in the UK | Forces of the UK in Cyprus | Forces of the UK in Germany | Gilbert Islands | Guernsey | Herm | Hong Kong | Isle of Man | Isles of Scilly | Jersey | Montserrat | Northern Ireland | St. Helena | Sark | Scotland | Sealand, Principality of | Tristan da Cunha | Turks and Caicos | Virgin Islands | Wales | United Nations | in Bolivia | in Bosnia | in Cape Verde | in Cyprus | in Egypt | in Eritrea | in Ethiopia | in the Golan Heights | in Jordan | in Laos | in Senegal | in Tanzania | in Thailand | UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Alabama | Alabama 2 | Alaska | Alaska 2 | American Indian Tribes | American Mission in East Germany | American Samoa | American Standard | Arizona | Arizona 2 | Arkansas | Arkansas 2 | Bicentennial (USA) | California | California 2 | California 3 | Colorado | Colorado 2 | Connecticut | Connecticut 2 | Consular/Diplomatic Corps | Delaware | Delaware 2 | Diplomatic Country Codes | Diplomatic Prefix Codes | District of Columbia | Entities Associated with the USA | Forces | Forces in Austria | Forces in the Azores | Forces in Cuba | Forces in Ethiopia | Forces in Germany | Forces in Greece | Forces in Greenland | Forces in Iceland | Forces in Iran | Forces in Italy | Forces in Japan | Forces in the Netherlands | Forces in Norway | Forces in Okinawa | Forces in the Philippines | Forces in South Korea | Forces in Spain | Forces in Taiwan | Forces in Turkey | Forces in the United Kingdom | Forces in Vietnam | General Service Administration | Georgia | Georgia 2 | Government | Government Prefix Codes | Guam | Handicapped Driver | Hawaii | Hawaii 2 | Idaho | Idaho 2 | Illinois | Illinois 2 | Iowa | Iowa 2 | Johnston Island | Kansas | Kansas 2 | Kentucky | Kentucky 2 | License Plate Requirements | Louisiana | Louisiana 2 | Maine | Maine 2 | Maryland | Maryland 2 | Massachusetts | Massachusetts 2 | Michigan | Michigan 2 | Midway Island | Minnesota | Minnesota 2 | Mississippi | Mississippi 2 | Missouri | Missouri 2 | Montana | Montana 2 | Nebraska | Nevada | Nevada 2 | New Hampshire | New Hampshire 2 | New Jersey | New Jersey 2 | New Mexico | New Mexico 2 | New York | New York 2 | North Carolina | North Carolina 2 | Northern Mariana Islands (USA) | Ohio | Ohio 2 | Oklahoma | Oklahoma 2 | Oldies | Oregon | Panama Canal Zone | Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania 2 | Presidential Inauguration | Puerto Rico | South Carolina | South Carolina 2 | Tennessee | Tennessee 2 | Texas | Texas 2 | Utah | Utah 2 | Vermont | Virgin Islands | Virgin Islands 2 | Virginia | Virginia 2 | Wake Island | Washington, DC | Washington, DC 2 | Washington | Washington 2 | West Virginia | West Virginia 2 | Wisconsin | Wisconsin 2 | Wyoming | Unofficial, Unrecognized, Fake License Plates | UPPER VOLTA | URUGUAY | Artigas | Canelones | Cerro Largo | Colonia | Durazno | Flores | Lavalleja | Maldonado | Montevideo | Paysandu | Rio Negro | Rivera | Rocha | Salto | San José | Soriano | Tacuarembo | Treinta y Tres | U.S.A. (UNITED STATES) | U.S.S.R. (UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS) | Utah (USA) | Ute Mountain Tribe (USA) | UZBEKISTAN | V | VANUATU | New Hebrides | VATICAN | VENEZUELA | Veracruz (MEX) | Vermont (USA) | Victoria (AUS) | VIETNAM | Forces in Vietnam | Virgin Islands (GB) | Virgin Islands (USA) | Virgin Islands 2 (USA) | Virginia (USA) | W | Wake Island (USA) | Wales (GB) | Wallis and Futuna (F) | Washington, DC (USA) | Washington (USA) | Washitaw (USA) | Watanabi Confederacy (USA) | West Virginia (USA) | Western Australia (AUS) | Western Delaware (USA) | Western Sahara | White Earth Chippewa (USA) | Wichita Waco Keechi Tawakonie (USA) | Wisconsin (USA) | Wyandotte Nation (USA) | Wyoming (USA) | Y | Yankton Sioux Tribe (USA) | Yap (FSM) | Yap (TTPI) | Yellow License Plates | YEMEN | Aden Colony, Aden Protectorate | People's Democratic Republic of YEMEN (PDR) | YEMEN Arab Republic (YAR) | YEMEN (Unified) | Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo Tribe (USA) | Yucatan (MEX) | YUGOSLAVIA | Yukon (CDN) | Z | Zacatecas (MEX) | ZAIRE | ZAMBIA | Zanzibar (EAT) | ZIMBABWE | Zona Fronteriza (MEX)

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    Internet-IdTitleCommentLandAutokennzeichenFIPS104ISO2ISO3ISON
    --Ashmore and CartierISO includes with AustraliaLandAutokennzeichenAT---- --
    --Baker IslandISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenFQ---- --
    --The Coral Sea IslandsISO includes with AustraliaLandAutokennzeichenCR---- --
    --Howland IslandISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenHQ---- --
    --Jan MayenISO includes with SvalbardLandAutokennzeichenJN---- --
    --Jarvis IslandISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenDQ---- --
    --Johnston AtollISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenJQ---- --
    --Kingman ReefISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenKQ---- --
    --The Midway IslandsISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenMQ---- --
    --Miscellaneous (French)ISO includes Bassas da India, Europa Island, Glorioso Islands, Juan de Nova Island, Tromelin IslandLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Montenegronow included as region within YugoslaviaLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Myanmarsee BurmaLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Navassa Island--LandAutokennzeichenBQ---- --
    --The Paracel Islands--LandAutokennzeichenPF---- --
    --Serbianow included as region within YugoslaviaLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Serbia and MontenegroSee YugoslaviaLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --The Spratly Islands--LandAutokennzeichenPG---- --
    --Virgin Islands (UK)see British Virgin IslandsLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Virgin Islands (US)see Virgin IslandsLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --Wake IslandISO includes with the US Minor Outlying IslandsLandAutokennzeichenWQ---- --
    --Western Samoasee SamoaLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    --The WorldNULLLandAutokennzeichen------ --
    AEThe United Arab Emirates--Vereinigte Arabische EmirateUAEAEAEARE784
    AFAfghanistan--AfghanistanAFGAFAFAFG4
    AGAntigua and Barbuda--Antigua und BarbudaAutokennzeichen ???ACAGATG28
    AIAnguilla--AnguillaAutokennzeichen ???AVAIAIA660
    ALAlbania--Republik AlbanienALALALALB8
    AMArmenia--Republik ArmenienARAMAMARM51
    AOAngola--Republik AngolaAutokennzeichenAOAOAGO24
    ARArgentina--Argentinien - Argentinische RepublikRAARARARG32
    ASAmerican Samoa--LandWSAQASASM16
    ATAustria--Republik ÖsterreichAAUATAUT40
    AUAustraliaISO includes Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Coral Sea IslandsAustralienAUSASAUAUS36
    AWAruba--LandAutokennzeichenAAAWABW533
    AZAzerbaijan--Republik AserbaidschanAZAJAZAZE31
    BABosnia and Herzegovina--Bosnien und HerzegowinaBiHBKBABIH70
    BBBarbados--BarbadosBDSBBBBBRB52
    BDBangladesh--Volksrepublik BangladeshBDBGBDBGD50
    BEBelgium--Königreich BelgienBBEBEBEL56
    BFBurkina Faso--Burkina FasoBFUVBFBFA854
    BGBulgaria--Republik BulgarienBGBUBGBGR100
    BHBahrain--Königreich BahrainBRNBABHBHR48
    BIBurundi--Republik BurundiAutokennzeichenBYBIBDI108
    BJBenin--Republik BeninDY / RPB ???BNBJBEN204
    BMBermuda--LandAutokennzeichenBDBMBMU60
    BNBrunei--Brunei DarussalamBRUBXBNBRN96
    BOBolivia--Republik BolivienBOLBLBOBOL68
    BRBrazil--Föderative Republik BrasilienBRBRBRBRA76
    BSThe Bahamas--Commonwealth der BahamasBSBFBSBHS44
    BTBhutan--Königreich BhutanAutokennzeichenBTBTBTN64
    BVBouvet Island--LandAutokennzeichenBVBVBVT74
    BWBotswana--Republik BotsuanaRBBCBWBWA72
    BYBelarus--Republik Belarus; Republik WeißrusslandBYBOBYBLR112
    BZBelize--BelizeBZBHBZBLZ84
    CACanada--KanadaCDNCACACAN124
    CCThe Cocos Islands--LandAutokennzeichenCKCCCCK166
    CFThe Central African Republic--Zentralafrikanische RepublikRCACTCFCAF140
    CHSwitzerland--Schweiz - Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft - Confoederatio HelveticaCHSZCHCHE756
    CICote d'Ivoire--Republik Côte d'IvoireCIIVCICIV384
    CKThe Cook Islands--CookinselnAutokennzeichenCWCKCOK184
    CLChile--Republik ChileRCHCICLCHL152
    CMCameroon--Republik KamerunTCCMCMCMR120
    CNChinasee also TaiwanVolksrepublik ChinaRCCHCNCHN156
    COColombia--Republik KolumbienCOCOCOCOL170
    CRCosta Rica--Republik Costa RicaCRCSCRCRI188
    CUCuba--Republik KubaCCUCUCUB192
    CVCape Verde--Republik Kap VerdeAutokennzeichenCVCVCPV132
    CYCyprus--Republik ZypernCYCYCYCYP196
    CZThe Czech Republic--Tschechische RepublikCZEZCZCZE203
    DEDeutschland--Bundesrepublik DeutschlandDGMDEDEU276
    DJDjibouti--Republik DschibutiAutokennzeichenDJDJDJI262
    DKDenmark--Königreich DänemarkDKDADKDNK208
    DMDominica--Commonwealth DominicaWDDODMDMA212
    DOThe Dominican Republic--Dominikanische RepublikDOMDRDODOM214
    DZAlgeria--Algerien - Demokratische Volksrepublik AlgerienDZAGDZDZA12
    ECEcuador--Republik EcuadorECECECECU218
    EEEstonia--Republik EstlandEWENEEEST233
    EGEgypt--Arabische Republik ÄgyptenETEGEGEGY818
    EHWestern Sahara--LandAutokennzeichenWIEHESH732
    EREritrea--Staat EritreaERERERERI232
    ESSpain--Königreich SpanienESPESESP724
    ETEthiopia--Demokratische Bundesrepublik ÄthiopienETHETETETH231
    EUEurope--EuropaEUEUEU??????
    FIFinland--Republik FinnlandFINFIFIFIN246
    FJFiji--Fidschi - Republik Fidschi-InselnFJIFJFJFJI242
    FRFrance--Frankreich - Französische RepublikFFRFRFRA250
    FXMetropolitan FranceISO limits to the European part of France, excluding French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Reunion, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and FutunaLandF------ --
    GAGabon--Gabun - Gabunische RepublikGGBGAGAB266
    GBGreat Britain--Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und NordirlandGB???GBGBR???
    GDGrenada--GrenadaWGGJGDGRD308
    GFFrench Guiana--LandGUFFGGFGUF254
    GGGuernseyISO includes with the United KingdomLandGBGGK---- --
    GHGhana--Republik GhanaGHGHGHGHA288
    GLGreenland--LandGROGLGLGRL304
    GMThe Gambia--Republik GambiaWAGGAGMGMB270
    GNGuinea--Republik GuineaRGGVGNGIN324
    GPGuadeloupe--GuadeloupeAutokennzeichenGPGPGLP312
    GQEquatorial Guinea--Republik ÄquatorialguineaAutokennzeichenEKGQGNQ226
    GRGreece--Griechenland - Hellenische RepublikGRGRGRGRC300
    GTGuatemala--Republik GuatemalaGCAGTGTGTM320
    GUGuam--LandAutokennzeichenGQGUGUM316
    GWGuinea-Bissau--Republik Guinea-BissauGNBPUGWGNB624
    GYGuyana--Kooperative Republik GuyanaGUYGYGYGUY328
    HKXianggang --LandHKHKHKHKG344
    HMThe Heard Island and McDonald Islands--LandAutokennzeichenHMHMHMD334
    HNHonduras--Republik HondurasHNHOHNHND340
    HRCroatia--Republik KroatienHRHRHRHRV191
    HTHaiti--Republik HaitiRHHAHTHTI332
    HUHungary--Republik UngarnHHUHUHUN348
    IEIreland--IrlandIRLEIIEIRL372
    ILIsrael--Staat IsraelILISILISR376
    IMThe Isle of ManISO includes with the United KingdomLandGBMIM---- --
    INIndia--Republik IndienINDINININD356
    IOThe British Indian Ocean Territory--LandAutokennzeichenIOIOIOT86
    IQIraq--Republik IrakIRQIZIQIRQ368
    IRIran--Islamische Republik IranIRIRIRIRN364
    ISIceland--Republik IslandISICISISL352
    ITItalia --Italien - Italienische RepublikIITITITA380
    JEJerseyISO includes with the United KingdomLandGBJJE---- --
    JMJamaica--JamaikaJAJMJMJAM388
    JOJordan--Haschemitisches Königreich JordanienJORJOJOJOR400
    JPJapan-JapanJJAJPJPN392
    KEKenya--Republik KeniaEAKKEKEKEN404
    KGKyrgyzstan--Kirgisistan - Kirgisische RepublikKGZKGKGKGZ417
    KHCambodia--Königreich KambodschaKCBKHKHM116
    KIKiribati--Republik KiribatiAutokennzeichenKRKIKIR296
    KMComoros--Union der KomorenCOMCNKMCOM174
    KNSaint Kitts and Nevis--"Föderation St. Kitts und Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis / St. Christoph und Nevis"AutokennzeichenSCKNKNA659
    KPNorth Korea--Demokratische Volksrepublik KoreaROK ???KNKPPRK408
    KRSouth Korea--Republik KoreaROK ???KSKRKOR410
    KWAl Kuwayt--Staat KuwaitKWTKUKWKWT414
    KYThe Cayman Islands--LandAutokennzeichenCJKYCYM136
    KZKazakhstan--Republik KasachstanKAZKZKZKAZ398
    LALaos--Demokratische Volksrepublik LaosLAOLALALAO418
    LBLebanon--Libanon - Libanesische RepublikRLLELBLBN422
    LCSaint Lucia--St. LuciaWLSTLCLCA662
    LKSri Lanka--Demokratische Sozialistische Republik Sri LankaCLCELKLKA144
    LRLiberia--Republik LiberiaAutokennzeichenLILRLBR430
    LSLesotho--Königreich LesothoLSLTLSLSO426
    LTLithuania--Republik LitauenAutokennzeichenLHLTLTU440
    LULuxembourg--Großherzogtum LuxemburgLLULULUX442
    LVLatvia--Republik LettlandLVLGLVLVA428
    LYLibya--Sozialistische Libysch-Arabische Volks-DschamahirijaLARLYLYLBY434
    MAMorocco--Königreich MarokkoMAMOMAMAR504
    MCMonaco--Fürstentum MonacoMCMNMCMCO492
    MDMoldova--Republik Moldawien (Moldau)MDMDMDMDA498
    MGMadagascar--Republik MadagaskarRMMAMGMDG450
    MKMakedonija--ehemalige jugoslawische Republik MazedonienMKMKMKMKD807
    MLMali--Republik MaliRMMMLMLMLI466
    MMBurmaISO uses the name MyanmarUnion MyanmarAutokennzeichenBMMMMMR104
    MNMongolia--MongoleiMNGMGMNMNG496
    MOMacao--LandAutokennzeichenMCMOMAC446
    MPThe Northern Mariana Islands--LandAutokennzeichenCQMPMNP580
    MQMartinique--LandAutokennzeichenMBMQMTQ474
    MRMauritania--Islamische Republik MauretanienRIMMRMRMRT478
    MSMontserrat--LandAutokennzeichenMHMSMSR500
    MTMalta--Republik MaltaGBY / M ???MTMTMLT470
    MUMauritius--Republik MauritiusMSMPMUMUS480
    MVMaldives--Republik MaledivenMVMVMVMDV462
    MWMalawi--Republik MalawiMWMIMWMWI454
    MXMexico--Mexiko - Vereinigte Mexikanische StaatenMXMXMXMEX484
    MYMalaysia--MalaysiaPTMMYMYMYS458
    MZMozambique--Republik MosambikMOCMZMZMOZ508
    NANamibia--Republik NamibiaNAMWANANAM516
    NCNew Caledonia--LandNCLNCNCNCL540
    NENiger--Republik NigerRN / NIG ???NGNENER562
    NFNorfolk Island--LandAutokennzeichenNFNFNFK574
    NGNigeria--Bundesrepublik NigeriaWANNINGNGA566
    NINicaragua--Republik NicaraguaNICNUNINIC558
    NLThe Netherlands--Königreich der NiederlandeNLNLNLNLD528
    NONorway--Königreich NorwegenNNONONOR578
    NPNepal--Königreich NepalNEPNPNPNPL524
    NRNauru--Republik NauruNAUNRNRNRU520
    NUNiue--NiueAutokennzeichenNENUNIU570
    NZNew Zealand--NeuseelandNZNZNZNZL554
    OMOman--Sultanat OmanOMMUOMOMN512
    PAPanama--Republik PanamaPAPMPAPAN591
    PGPapua New Guinea--Unabhängiger Staat Papua-NeuguineaPNGPPPGPNG598
    PKPakistan--Islamische Republik PakistanPAKPKPKPAK586
    PLPoland--Republik PolenPLPLPLPOL616
    PMSaint Pierre and Miquelon--LandAutokennzeichenSBPMSPM666
    PRPuerto Rico--LandAutokennzeichenRQPRPRI630
    PSPalestineNULLLand???--PSPSE275
    PTPortugal--Portugal - Portugiesische RepublikPPOPTPRT620
    PWPalau--Republik PalauAutokennzeichenPSPWPLW585
    PYParaguay--Republik ParaguayPYPAPYPRY600
    QAQatar--Staat KatarQQAQAQAT634
    RERéunion--LandAutokennzeichenREREREU638
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    Bücher zur Kategorie:

    Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
    @_ Welt, Mundo, Monde, Mondo, World
    Zeichen, Signo, Signe, Segno, Sign

    A

    B

    Becker, Udo
    Lexikon der Symbole
    Mit über 900 Abbildungen

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3451048701/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3451048701/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3451048701/etymologetymo-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3451048701/etymologpor09-20
    1.800 Stichwörter und über 900 Abbildungen zu den wesentlichen Symbolen der Antike, der christlichen Kunst und fremder Kulturen
    Herder
    352 Seiten
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Das Schlüsselwerk zum Verständnis der geheimnisvollen Welt der Symbole und ein fundierter kulturgeschichtlicher "Führer": 2000 Jahre abendländischer Kunst und der Kosmos fremder Kulturen der Welt erschließen sich auf anschauliche Weise. In ca. 1800 Stichwörtern und 900 Illustrationen vermittelt dieses enzyklopädische Standardwerk wichtige Erkenntnisse über die Symbole von Farben, Zahlen und Figuren und erläutert den Symbolcharakter von Misch- und Fabelwesen. Von der Antike über die christliche Kunst im Mittelalter, Romantik und Gotik bis zur Neuzeit sind alle wesentlichen Symbole erläutert. Auch die ägyptischen, altorientalischen, chinesischen und afrikanischen Vorstellungen sind berücksichtigt. Mit ausführlichen weiterführenden Literaturverweisen und Belegen über die wichtigsten Fundorte.


    Bergerhausen, Johannes
    Poarangan, Siri
    Decodeunicode
    Die Schriftzeichen der Welt

    (E?)(L?) http://www.kohlibri.de/xtcommerce/product_info.php/info/p256201_Decodeunicode.html

    Verlag Schmidt (Hermann), Mainz
    Artikel-Nr.: 9783874398138
    2011
    656 Seiten mit 100 farbigen Abbildungen
    28 cm
    Gebunden

    Eine typografische Welt- und Zeitreise!

    In den Tiefen Ihrer Tastatur schlummern ungeahnte Schriftzeichen-Schätze, aber wo? Unicode setzt dem Turmbau zu Babel die vereinten typografischen Nationen entgegen und verweist jedes Schriftzeichen auf seinen codierten Platz.

    »decodeunicode« ist Ihr persönlicher Schlüssel in Buchform zu allen Schriftzeichen dieser Welt. Es zeigt alle 109.242 und macht sie auffindbar. Es weckt die Lust aufs Entdecken fremder Zeichen und den kreativen Umgang damit. Und es stellt alle Schriftsysteme vor – lebende wie ausgestorbene, häufig genutzte ebenso wie Nischenschriften. Eine typografische Welt- und Zeitreise!

    Für die einen ist »decodeunicode« eine Enzyklopädie der Schriftzeichen, die sie grade im Zeitalter von Wikipedia & Co als Buch haben wollen. Sie entdecken auf den knapp 660 Seiten geheimnisvolle Schriftzeichen, die Gestalterherzen höher schlagen lassen. Andere nutzen den wunderbar weißen Band als Grundlage ihres Erfolges in einer globalisierten Welt.


    Erstellt: 2014-11

    C

    D

    Digitale Bibl. DB000016
    Biedermann, Hans
    Knaurs Lexikon der Symbole

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3898534162/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3898534162/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3898534162/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3898534162/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3898534162/etymologpor09-20
    Plattform: Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / Me / NT
    Medium: CD-ROM
    Systemvoraussetzungen: PC 486, Windows 3.11/95/98/NT, 8 MB RAM, Grafikkate mit 256 Farben.


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Dieses Symbollexikon ist ein umfassendes Basiswerk, das Erklärungen zu den wichtigsten Symbolen aus den Kulturen aller Zeiten bietet. 530 Artikel informieren über Herkunft und Bedeutung sprichwörtlicher Gestalten wie Don Quixote oder Casanova, über sagenhafte Orte sowie die Bedeutungsgeschichte von Farben, Himmelskörpern, geometrischen Grundformen, Tieren, Pflanzen und Zahlen. Zum Bearbeiten der Texte stehen Ihnen Notiz- und Lesezeichenfunktionen zur Verfügung und vielseitige Such- und Druckfunktionen bieten einen anwenderfreundlichen Komfort.

    Dieses deutsche Symbollexikon auf CD-ROM ist ein umfassendes Basiswerk, das Erklärungen zu den wichtigsten Symbolen aus den Kulturen aller Zeiten bietet. Der Autor, Prof. Dr. Hans Biedermann, hat für seine erhellenden Erläuterungen eine Vielzahl archäologischer, völkerkundlicher, kunstgeschichtlicher und psychologischer Studien ausgewertet und mit dem vorliegenden Lexikon einen anschaulichen Wegweiser durch die Symbolwelt von der prähistorischen Zeit über die Hochkulturen aller Kontinente bis heute geschaffen. Das Lexikon informiert einerseits ausführlich über den Ursprung und die Bedeutungsgeschichte bekannter Symbole, deckt andererseits aber auch die symbolische Tradition von Alltagsgegenständen auf, deren zeichenhafte Bedeutung uns unklar geworden oder gar nicht mehr bewusst ist. Die Funktionen der Software erlauben es dem Anwender, zielgerichtet in den Wörterbuchartikeln zu recherchieren, nach Abbildungen zu suchen, Querverbindungen zwischen den einzelnen Artikeln per Mausklick zu verfolgen, komfortabel Literaturangaben aufzufinden, Texte und Bilder auszudrucken, zu bearbeiten oder zu exportieren und vieles andere mehr. Die Originalausgabe des Lexikons erschien im Knaur Verlag, München.


    (E?)(L1) http://www.digitale-bibliothek.de/band16.htm

    Dieses erste deutsche Symbollexikon auf CD-ROM ist ein umfassendes Basiswerk, das Erklärungen zu den wichtigsten Symbolen aus den Kulturen aller Zeiten bietet.

    Der Autor, Prof. Dr. Hans Biedermann, hat für seine erhellenden Erläuterungen eine Vielzahl archäologischer, völkerkundlicher, kunstgeschichtlicher und psychologischer Studien ausgewertet und mit dem vorliegenden Lexikon einen anschaulichen Wegweiser durch die Symbolwelt von der prähistorischen Zeit über die Hochkulturen aller Kontinente bis heute geschaffen.

    Die 530 Artikel informieren über die Bedeutungsgeschichte von Farben, Himmelskörpern, geometrischen Grundformen, Tieren, Pflanzen und Zahlen. Die wichtigsten Symbole der christlichen Ikonographie werden ausführlich erklärt. Ebenso die Herkunft und Bedeutung sprichwörtlicher Gestalten wie Don Quixote oder Casanova und die Geschichte sagenhafter Orte wie Eldorado oder Atlantis.

    Der interessierte Nutzer wird erstaunliche Entdeckungen über die symbolische Tradition von Alltagsgegenständen machen, deren zeichenhafte Bedeutung uns unklar geworden oder gar nicht mehr bewußt ist. Ausführliche Einträge bieten Einblicke in ganze Bereiche der Symbolik wie »Zahlen«, »Farbsymbolik« oder »Blumensprache«. Über 600 Abbildungen und Farbtafeln sowie eine Bibliographie vervollständigen dieses unterhaltsame Lexikon.

    Die benutzerfreundlichen Funktionen der Software erlauben es dem Anwender, zielgerichtet in den Wörterbuchartikeln zu recherchieren, nach Abbildungen zu suchen, Querverbindungen zwischen den einzelnen Artikeln per Mausklick zu verfolgen, komfortabel Literaturangaben aufzufinden, Texte und Bilder auszudrucken, zu bearbeiten oder zu exportieren und vieles andere mehr.


    Doblhofer, Ernst
    Die Entzifferung alter Schriften und Sprachen

    (E?)(L?) http://www.humanitas-book.de/

    So anschaulich wie hier ist die Geschichte der Entzifferung alter Schriften nie zuvor erzählt worden. Der Autor bringt uns unter anderem die alte ägyptische Schrift, die Keilschrift, die hethitischen Hieroglyphen und die kretisch-mykenische Schrift näher. Anhand konkreter Beispiele wird erläutert, wie die Forscher bei der Entschlüsselung vorgingen. 2016. 350 S., Lit., Reg., kart. Reclam.


    Broschiert: 350 Seiten
    Verlag: Reclam, Ditzingen; Auflage: Neuauflage. (2. Juni 2008)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Anschaulich und wirklich spannend wie ein Krimi, bei dem der Rezipient die Lösung bereits kennt, lesen sich die Erzählungen von den Fortschritten, die die Wissenschaftler und Forscher auf dem Weg zum Verständnis der ägyptischen Schrift, der Keilschrift, der hethitischen Hieroglyphen, die kretisch-mykenische Schrift etc. jeweils erzielten. Anhand konkreter Beispiele wird erläutert, wie sie dabei vorgingen, aber auch welche Fehler sie machten, welche Irrwege sie gingen und wie ihre Theorien in der oft sehr konservativen Gelehrtenwelt aufgenommen wurden. Dass das Buch "aus der Liebe zu den Sprachen und Schriften" entstanden ist, wie der Autor im Vorwort schreibt, spricht aus jeder Zeile. 'Kemet'

    "'Je tiens l'affaire!' - 'Ich hab's!' Es klingt wie ein Triumphschrei." Mitreißend und kenntnisreich erzählt Ernst Doblhofer, wie es dem 32-jährigen Jean-François Champollion gelang, die Hieroglyphen zu entschlüsseln. Nur ein Beispiel für die packenden Geschichten, die Doblhofer in seinem in zehn Sprachen übersetzten Klassiker erzählt. "Wie eins der atemlos verschlungenen Abenteuerbücher der Kindheit liest sich Doblhofers Forschungsbericht. Die Entzifferung alter Schriften und Texte wird zur Expedition ins Reich des Schreibens und Lesens." (Fritz Göttler, Süddeutsche Zeitung)


    (E?)(L?) http://www.reclam.de/

    Die Entzifferung alter Schriften und Sprachen ist ein faszinierendes Stück Wissenschaftsgeschichte, voll von glücklichen Zufällen, herben Enttäuschungen und unermesslichem Gelehrtenfleiß. Ob ägyptische Hieroglyphen oder mesopotamische Keilschrift, ob kretisch-mykenische Linear B oder Osterinselschrift - Ernst Doblhofer weiß mitreißend und kenntnisreich von ihrer Entzifferung zu erzählen. Ein Klassiker der Wissenschaftsgeschichte: jetzt als Taschenbuch.


    E

    Ernst, Wolfgang / Kittler, Friedrich
    Die Geburt des Vokalalphabets aus dem Geist der Poesie
    Schrift, Zahl und Ton im Medienverbund

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3770542673/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3770542673/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3770542673/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3770542673/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3770542673/etymologpor09-20
    Broschiert: 314 Seiten
    Verlag: Fink (Wilhelm); Auflage: 1 (1. September 2006)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Daß das Melodische an der Stimme notierbar wurde, ist eine kulturtechnische Leistung der altgriechischen Vokalalphabetisierung der Gesänge Homers.

    Verblüffenderweise wurden mit diesem Alphabet jedoch nicht nur Sprache und Musik, sondern auch Mathematik und Geometrie angeschrieben. Der interessante Befund liegt darin, daß damit von Beginn an und einer inhärenten medienästhetischen Logik folgend »alphanumerisch« avant la lettre operiert wurde. Diese sonst disziplinär entfernten Bereiche medienarchäologisch zusammenzudenken eröffnet eine neue Dimension von Kulturgeschichtsschreibung. Führende Vertreter neuester Forschungen aus den betroffenen Fächern (Altphilologie, Ägyptologie, Archäologie, Epigraphik, Gräzistik, Mathematik und Musikwissenschaft) werden zu diesem Zweck mit Vertretern der Kultur- und Medienwissenschaft in dieser Form erstmals ins Gespräch gebracht.

    Über den Autor
    Prof. Dr. phil. Friedrich Kittler studierte Germanistik, Romanistik und Philosophie an der Universität Freiburg/Breisgau. Seit 1993 Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Ästhetik und Geschichte der Medien am Seminar für Ästhetik der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Seit 1985 Buchveröffentlichungen.


    F

    Faulmann, Carl
    Das Buch der Schrift
    Schriftzeichen und Alphabete aller Zeiten und Völker

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3937715495/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3937715495/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3937715495/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3937715495/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3937715495/etymologpor09-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3804303749/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3804303749/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3804303749/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3804303749/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3804303749/etymologpor09-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/302156851X/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/302156851X/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/302156851X/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/302156851X/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/302156851X/etymologpor09-20
    GRENO Verlag, 1985
    286 Seiten

    G

    Grosse, Julia (Autor)
    Reker, Judith (Autor)
    Grosse, Florian Bong-Kil (Fotograf)
    Versteh mich nicht falsch!
    Gesten weltweit. Das Handbuch

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/398133700X/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/398133700X/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/398133700X/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/398133700X/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/398133700X/etymologpor09-20
    Broschiert: 128 Seiten
    Verlag: Bierke (1. Januar 2010)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Hände hoch! Dieses Handbuch nimmt mit viel Humor all jene an die Hand, die sich dafür interessieren, wie der Rest der Welt mit Händen und Füßen kommuniziert. Zwei Auslandskorrespondentinnen haben eineinhalb Jahre lang Handgesten aus fast 50 Ländern zusammengetragen, von A wie Afghanistan bis Z wie Zypern. Allerhand, was der chinesische Marktverkäufer wirklich meint, wenn er Daumen und Zeigefinger ausstreckt und Sie darin das Zeichen Zwei lesen. Dieses Buch überrascht, regt zu Gesprächen an und passt perfekt ins Handgepäck für die nächste Reise. Mit rund 80 Farbfotografien und hochwertiger Ausstattung schlicht ein schönes Buchobjekt.


    Erstellt: 2010-09

    H

    Haarmann, Harald
    Geschichte der Schrift

    (E?)(L1) http://www.chbeck.de/Haarmann-Geschichte-Schrift/productview.aspx?product=20173



    4., durchgesehene Auflage 2011. 128 S.: mit 27 Abbildungen und Tabellen. Paperback
    ISBN 978-3-406-47998-4

    Die Schrift gehört zu den ältesten Kulturtechniken der Menschheit. Die Herausforderung an die Gedächtnisleistung in Kulturen ohne Schrift wird mit der Entwicklung von Schrift abgelöt durch neue, revolutionäre Möglichkeiten, Wissen zu speichern und weiterzugeben. Aber wer entwickelt, wer nutzt diese neuen Möglichkeiten? Welche Funktion erfüllt die Schrift und wie verändert sie das Zusammenleben der Menschen? Ob Wortschreibung oder Lautschrift, Harald Haarmann schildert knapp und anschaulich, welche unterschiedlichen Schriftsysteme sich seit den ersten bildlichen Vorstufen vor 7000 Jahren entwickelt haben und wie unser Alphabet entstanden ist. Dabei bietet er einen faszinierenden Einblick in die Kulturgeschichte der Menschheit und das Leben in längst untergegangenen Hochkulturen.




    (E?)(L?) http://www.jokers.de/3/15898620-1/buch/geschichte-der-schrift.html

    Von den Hieroglyphen bis heute. Die Schrift gehört zu den ältesten Kulturtechniken der Menschheit. Welche Funktion erfüllt sie und wie verändert sie das Zusammenleben der Menschen? Harald Haarmann ist einer der weltweit bekanntesten Sprachwissenschaftler. Knapp und anschaulich erzählt er die Geschichte der Schrift Ein faszinierender Einblick in die Kulturgeschichte der Menschheit und das Leben in untergegangenen Hochkulturen.


    Erstellt: 2016-10

    Haarmann, Harald
    Universalgeschichte der Schrift

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3942048302/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3942048302/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3942048302/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3942048302/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3942048302/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 576 Seiten
    Verlag: Haffmans & Tolkemitt (bei Zweitausendeins) (Oktober 2010)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Spannende Abenteuerreise durch die vielfältigen Schrift-Kulturen dieser Welt.
    Die älteste Schrift wurde nicht im Orient, sondern in Europa erfunden (auf dem Balkan).
    Auf unserem Planeten werden heute 5.000 Sprachen gesprochen, nur 650 davon werden geschrieben. Wie kommt es, dass die chinesische Schrift, die wohl umständlichste und aufwändigste Schreibweise der Schriftgeschichte, sich bis ins Computerzeitalter als Alltagsschrift behauptet? Und wieso wird das Türkische oder das Maltesische (eine arabische Sprache) in lateinischen Buchstaben geschrieben? Schrift ist weit mehr als nur ein schlichtes Zeichensystem zur Übermittlung von Informationen. Der renommierte Sprachwissenschaftler Harald Haarmann lädt ein zu einer "spannenden Abenteuerreise durch die vielfältigen Schrift-Kulturen dieser Welt" (Die Presse). Das durchgehend illustrierte Standardwerk ist die bisher umfassendste Dokumentation aller Schriftsysteme in einem Band

    Die Verwendung von Schrift bedeutet (seit Jahrtausenden) vor allem Ausdruck von Macht und zivilisatorischer Überlegenheit. Schrift ist Teil unserer kulturellen Identität, sie bestimmt die Struktur unseres Denkens.

    Vor ca. 7.000 Jahren entstanden die „ältesten Denkmale menschlicher Erinnerung“ (Tacitus), aus denen sich eine verblüffende Vielfalt von Schriftarten und Schreibprinzipien entwickelt hat. Das durchgehend illustrierte Standardwerk ist die bisher umfassendste Dokumentation aller Schriftsysteme in einem Band.

    Harald Haarmann gehört zu den welt weit bekanntesten Sprachwissenschaftlern. Er ist Mitglied des Forschungsteams des "Research Centre on Multilingualism" (Brüssel) und an mehreren Forschungsprojekten beteiligt.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.br-online.de/podcast/mp3-download/bayern2/mp3-download-podcast-radiowissen.shtml

    Geschichten über Sprache und Schrift - Gespräch mit Dr. Harald Haarmann - 21.11.2014

    Warum heißt das "Eisbein" Eisbein? Eine spannende Antwort nicht nur auf diese Frage gibt Dr. Harald Haarmann - Kulturwissenschaftler und Autor u.a. des Buches "Weltgeschichte der Sprache" - im Interview mit Leslie Rowe.

    Audio abspielen | Audio runterladen | [Audio]-Infos


    Hesmer, Karl-Heinz (Autor)
    Herkt, Matthias (Herausgeber)
    Niebuhr-Timpe, Petra (Herausgeber)
    Chronik griffbereit
    Flaggen und Wappen der Welt
    Mit aktuellen Länderinformationen

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3577145374/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3577145374/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3577145374/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 288 Seiten
    Verlag: Chronik; Auflage: 1., Aufl. (März 2008)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    In diesem Buch findet der Leser die Flaggen und Wappen aller 194 selbsständigen Staaten in aktuellster Version. In kompakten übersichtlichen Texten wird der jeweilige inhaltliche und historische Entstehungshintergrund der Flaggen und Wappen erklärt. So erhält der Leser auch Informationen über die politische Entwicklung eines Staates. Wichtige Strukturdaten zu jedem Staat runden das Bild ab.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.jokers.de/3/15477087-1/buch/flaggen-und-wappen-der-welt.html

    Was bedeuten die Farben in der Flagge Irlands? Welche Flaggen hatte Australien im Laufe seiner Geschichte? Und wann ist das Wappen Mexikos entstanden? In diesem Buch finden Sie die Flaggen und Wappen aller 194 selbstständigen Staaten. In kompakten und übersichtlichen Texten wird ihr jeweiliger inhaltlicher und historischer Entstehungshintergrund erklärt. So erhält der Leser auch Informationen über die politische Entwicklung eines Staates. Wichtige Strukturdaten zu jedem Staat runden das Bild ab.


    Erstellt: 2010-10

    I

    J

    Jepsen, Julie Bakken (Hrsg.)
    De Clerck, Goedele (Hrsg.)
    Lutalo-Kiingi, Sam (Hrsg.)
    McGregor, William B. (Hrsg.)
    Sign Languages of the World
    A Comparative Handbook

    (E?)(L?) http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/429986

    Reihe: De Gruyter Handbook
    DE GRUYTER MOUTON

    Although a number of edited collections deal with either the languages of the world or the languages of particular regions or genetic families, only a few cover sign languages or even include a substantial amount of information on them. This handbook provides information on some 38 sign languages, including basic facts about each of the languages, structural aspects, history and culture of the Deaf communities, and history of research. This information will be of interest not just to general audiences, including those who are deaf, but also to linguists and students of linguistics. By providing information on sign languages in a manner accessible to a less specialist audience, this volume fills an important gap in the literature.


    Erstellt: 2015-10

    K

    Kalman, Tibor
    Stowell, Scott
    Global Alphabet Blocks Die 5 Alphabete

    (E?)(L?) http://www.kohlibri.de/xtcommerce/product_info.php/info/p678450_Global-Alphabet-Blocks-Die-5-Alphabete.html

    Global Alphabet Blocks (1991, designed by Scott Stowell with Tibor Kalman)
    Global Alphabet Blocks by Tibor Kalman's M&Co.
    Verlag Klein und More
    Artikel-Nr.: NBKM10713
    Design: Tibor Kalman
    30,5 x 35,6 x 6 cm
    30 Würfel
    Birkenholz
    hergestellt in USA
    mit Begleitbroschüre

    Der amerikanische Grafikdesigner ungarischer Abstammung, Tibor Kalman, hinterließ ein wichtiges Designprojekt, als er 1999 im Alter von 50 Jahren starb. Als Grafikdesigner sah sich Kalman in der sozialen und ethischen Verantwortung, Massenkommunikation als Mittel zu benutzen, um das Unrechte wiedergutzumachen.

    Seine Auffassung der Dinge machte ihn zum Chefredakteur des Colors Magazines, einem von Benetton publiziertem Magazin mit einer provozierenden sozialen Botschaft in der Fashion Industrie. AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Artists) verliehen ihm deren Medaille im Jahre 1999 und schrieben anerkennend über Kalman:

    ”Of the two names that changed design in the '80s and '90s—Mac and Tibor—one changed the way we work, the other the way we think. The former is a tool, the latter was our conscience."

    Inmitten seiner Aktivitäten stand Kalman’s Design Firma M&Co, die er 1979 gründete und nach seiner Frau Maira benannte. Kalman’s Produktdesign für M&Co waren nicht nur graphisch signifikant, sondern waren auch oft von seinen Weltansichten geprägt. Eine dieser Arbeiten war das „Global Alphabet Blocks“ (1991, designed by Scott Stowell with Tibor Kalman), auf welchen verschiedene Alphabete aus der Welt auf den Würfel-Seiten gedruckt wurden. Dieses Werk weist auf den Zusammenhalt der Menschheit durch die graphische Darstellung der Sprachen hin, mit Hilfe eines familiären Instruments, jedoch präsentiert in einer Art und Weise, wie es vorher keiner getan hatte.


    Erstellt: 2014-11

    Kastner, Hugo
    Das Alphabet
    Die Geschichte der Schrift

    (E?)(L?) http://www.marixverlag.de/marixwissen/Hugo_Kastner-Das_Alphabet-EAN:9783865399670.html

    Aufl. 2012, 256 S., einige s/w Abb., gebunden mit Schutzumschlag, 12,5 x 20 cm.
    ET: 19.09.2012
    EAN: 978-3-86539-967-0
    Artikelnummer: 00967

    Inhalt

    Vielleicht ist die Erschaffung der Schrift die größte Erfindung der Menschheit überhaupt. Sie macht es möglich, Geschichten zu Geschichte werden zu lassen, sie gibt uns ein zeitloses Medium der Kommunikation, über alle Epochen und über alle Regionen der Erde hinweg. Und das Alphabet, diese circa zwei bis drei Dutzend Zeichen, stellen die Kronjuwelen dieser wahrlich königlichen Geistesleistung dar, egal mit welchem der bekannten Alphabete geschrieben wird. Verstreut wie Fürstentümer im Reich der Sprache führen die einzelnen Buchstaben ein Eigenleben, durchsetzt von kuriosen und überraschenden Kapriolen, und doch ausgezeichnet durch kulturübergreifende, kollektive Wirkungskraft. Der Darstellung des Charakters jedes einzelnen Buchstabens unseres Alphabets, seine Entwicklung auf dem nahezu 4000 Jahre langen Weg der Schrift sowie das Sichtbarmachen der Zusammenhänge von Laut und Zeichen, diesen großen Themen unserer Kultur widmet sich das vor Ihnen liegende Buch. Mit zahlreichen schwarzweiß Abbildungen.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.verlagshaus-roemerweg.de/eshop/Leseproben/00967.pdf

    Inhalt


    Erstellt: 2013-05

    Kennedy, Gerry / Churchill, Rob/ Kober, Hainer (Übersetzer)
    Der Voynich-Code
    Das Buch, das niemand lesen kann

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3807710094/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3807710094/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3807710094/etymologpor09-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.rogner-bernhard.de/autoren/churchill-kennedy/buecher.htm
    Rogner & Bernhard
    330 Seiten
    Gebundene Ausgabe

    Küster, Marc Wilhelm
    Geordnetes Weltbild
    Die Tradition des alphabetischen Sortierens von der Keilschrift bis zur EDV
    Eine Kulturgeschichte

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3484108991/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3484108991/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3484108991/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe - 770 Seiten - Niemeyer Max Verlag GmbH
    Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2006


    Kurzbeschreibung
    "Von A bis Z" ist als Metapher der Vollständigkeit "das A und O", so allgemein akzeptiert ist die Abfolge des A, B, C... Wie aber bekam jeder Buchstabe seine Position in dieser Kette? In einem großen Bogen von sumerischen Keilschriftlisten bis zu modernen Codetabellen entwickelt Küster die Geschichte unseres Alphabets im Spiegel der Buchstabenabfolgen und ihrer vielfältigen Nutzungen und entwirft so eine Kulturgeschichte des elementarsten Wissens unserer Literalität. Entstanden ist ein Grundlagenwerk der Grammatologie mit wichtigen Einsichten für Linguistik, Semiotik und Kulturwissenschaft.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.niemeyer.de/mcgi/shop/produkt2.cgi?T=1150047275&aref=4398


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    M

    Marshall, Tim
    Birgit, Brandau (Übersetzung)
    Im Namen der Flagge
    Die Macht politischer Symbole

    (E?)(L?) https://www.kohlibri.de/xtcommerce/product_info.php/info/p3169014_Im-Namen-der-Flagge.html

    DTV, Erscheinungsjahr: 2017, 336 Seiten, Höhe: 210 mm

    Eine unterhaltsame Lektion in Weltpolitik und Weltgeschichte

    Die Welt ist heute wieder ein beunruhigender Ort, vom neuen Nationalismus in China über die gespaltenen Gesellschaften in Europa und den USA bis hin zum furchterregenden Aufstieg des IS. Wenn man einen Blick auf die Flaggen dieser Länder und Organisationen wirft, dann wird manches klar, was auf den ersten Blick völlig unverständlich erscheint.

    Nach dem SPIEGEL-Bestseller ›Die Macht der Geographie‹ der neue Bestseller von Tim Marshall

    Denn seit Jahrtausenden verkörpern Flaggen unsere Hoffnungen und Träume. Wir schwenken sie, wir verbrennen sie, wir marschieren unter ihren Farben. Flaggen wehen vor der UNO, auf arabischen Straßen, in den Vorgärten von Texas. Ihre Symbole trennen oder vereinen uns. Und auch im 21. Jahrhundert sterben noch Menschen dafür.

    ›Im Namen der Flagge‹: Weltpolitik und Weltgeschichte

    Tim Marshall erklärt die Flaggen der Welt, großer und kleiner Länder, aber auch staatenübergreifender Organisationen. Er zeigt, wie sich in diesen Symbolen und ihrer Historie Weltpolitik und Weltgeschichte abbilden. Und er tut das nicht ohne Humor, zum Beispiel beim ausgefeilten Zeremoniell für die Bestattung der amerikanischen ›Stars and Stripes‹, wenn sie für eine würdige Repräsentation der USA zu zerschlissen sind.


    Erstellt: 2017-09

    Merian kompass
    Alle Flaggen der Welt

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3774207895/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3774207895/etymologety0f-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3774207895/etymologetymo-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3774207895/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3774207895/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 127 Seiten
    Verlag: Gräfe und Unzer Verlag; Auflage: 3., Aufl. (15. Mai 2002)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Flaggen sind allgegenwärtig. Ob bei olympischen Spielen oder bei Staatsbesuchen, ob bei Demonstrationen oder zu hohen Feiertagen - überall spielen sie als Symbole ihrer Länder eine wichtige Rolle. Was die Farben und Zeichen auf den Flaggen bedeuten, welche Geschichte sie haben und wen sie repräsentieren - das alles beschreibt der "MERIAN kompass - Alle Flaggen der Welt" auf einfache und anschauliche Weise. Hinzu kommen interessante Informationen zu allen Ländern der Erde sowie die wichtigsten historischen und internationalen Flaggen. Ein Glossar zu den Flaggenfachbegriffen sowie ein Quickfinder zum schnellen Auffinden aller Flaggen und ihrer Länder runden das Buch ab. Alle 192 Nationalflaggen, alle Bundesländerwappen und weitere Fahnen sind als hochwertige Illustrationen abgebildet. Topaktuell mit den neusten Flaggen aus Afghanistan und Ost-Timor. MERIAN kompasse sind der ideale Begleiter für unterwegs. Sie bieten Wissenswertes auf Reisen und rund ums Reisen in komprimierter Form.


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    Nationalflaggen der Welt

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3892254028/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3892254028/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3892254028/etymologety0d-21


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3892254028/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe
    Verlag: Delius Klasing Verlag; Auflage: 3 (2000)
    Sprache: Deutsch
    240 Seiten


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Über 600 nationale und internationale Flaggen, Flaggen einzelner Bundesländer, -staaten und Kantone sowie Landeswappen werden hier durchgehend farbig dargestellt. Dazu gibt es detaillierte Informationen zur historischen Herkunft und zur Symbolik der Nationalflaggen und -wappen.


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    R

    Robinson, Andrew
    Die Geschichte der Schrift

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961297/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961297/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961297/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
    Verlag: Patmos; Auflage: 1 (September 2004)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Aus der Amazon.de-Redaktion
    Manchen Büchern merkt man schon auf den ersten Blick an, dass sie mit viel Liebe und Fantasie entstanden sind, dieses ist so eines. Ein wunderschönes, schweres Buch ist das und die unzähligen Abbildungen lassen schon bei einem ersten Durchblättern erahnen, auf welch vielfältige Art und Weise hier mit dem Thema Schrift umgegangen wird. Also, kein trockenes Geschichtsbuch, sondern Geschichten über das älteste und alltäglichste Kulturgut: wie François Champollion 1823 den Code der ägyptischen Schriftzeichen knackte, wie die komplizierteste Sprache der Welt (Japanisch) funktioniert und wie "moderne Hieroglyphen" unseren Alltag bestimmen.

    Der Orientalist und Afrikanist Andrew Robinson ist ein erfahrener und vielseitiger Wissenschaftsautor und das erliest sich aus jeder Zeile. Will man die Funktion von Schriften wirklich verstehen, so ist das -- zumal für den Laien -- keine geringe Herausforderung. Dass daraus keine Überforderung wird, liegt an Robinsons wohl durchdachter Mischung aus anschaulichen Beispielen und herausragend gut geschriebenen (und übersetzten!) Texten. Leicht fühlt man sich vom Pioniergeist der Altvordern angesteckt, die, wie François Champollion, einst die Geheimnisse ganzer Kulturen gelüftet haben und man erkennt, wie bedeutsam dieses alltägliche, aber faszinierende Werkzeug der Gedanken für unsere eigene Geschichte ist.
    J. Schüring

    Kurzbeschreibung
    Dieses Werk bietet eine umfassende Einführung in die Vielfalt der Alphabete. Es spannt einen Bogen von der Keilschrift über die Hieroglyphen der Ägypter und Mayas bis hin zu den modernen Schriften - von den Tontafeln zum Computerbildschirm. Robinson geht den verschiedensten Fragen rund um die Schrift nach: Was ist überhaupt Schrift? Wie funktioniert sie? Was geschieht beim Lesen? Wie vollzieht sich die Entzifferung untergegangener Schriften? Werden wir das Geheimnis der unentzifferten Schriften jemals lüften?


    (E?)(L?) http://www.jokers.de/
    970652


    Die Geschichte der Schrift

    Von Keilschriften, Hieroglyphen, Alphabeten und anderen Schriftformen: eine umfassende Einführung in die Geschichte der Schriften. Das Buch erzählt von der Entdeckung alter Schriften und der Geschichte ihrer Entzifferung. Es schildert die Entwicklung von Tontafeln zum Computerbildschirm. Andrew Robinson geht dabei verschiedensten Fragen rund um die Schrift nach: Was ist überhaupt Schrift? Wie funktioniert sie? Was geschieht beim Lesen? Und wie sieht die Zukunft der Schrift aus? Überaus spannend und reich bebildert.

    244 S., einige Farb- und s/w-Abbildungen, 20 x 26 cm, geb.
    Albatros Verlag


    S

    Schmidinger, Heinrich
    Der Mensch - ein animal symbolicum
    Sprache - Dialog - Ritual

    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3534175042/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3534175042/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3534175042/etymologpor09-20
    Schmidinger, Heinrich / Sedmak, Clemens
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 344 Seiten
    Verlag: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft; Auflage: 1 (2007)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Die Definition des Menschen in seinen Symbolsystemen steht im Mittelpunkt des Sammelbandes. Sprache, Ritual, Konvention - das sind Formen des Symbolischen, die in den unterschiedlichsten Kontexten als philosophisch und anthropologisch entscheidend erkannt werden. Interdisziplinär werden nicht nur verschiedene Arten der Symbolisierung dargestellt, sondern auch nach den anthropologischen Grundlagen der Symbolisierung und ihrem Erkenntniswert gefragt.

    Über den Autor
    Heinrich Schmidinger, geb. 1954, ist Professor für Christliche Philosophie in Salzburg. Clemens Sedmak, geb. 1971, ist Professor für Erkenntnistheorie und Religionswissenschaft in Salzburg.


    Spineto, Natale
    Facchini, Fiorenzo
    Ries, Julien
    Die Symbole der Menschheit

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961459/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961459/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3491961459/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 239 Seiten
    Verlag: Patmos; Auflage: 1 (Juni 2005)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Der großformatige, opulente Band folgt dem Prozess der Symbolbildung von den Anfängen der Menschheit an und sieht ihn mit der Identität des Menschen verbunden. Symbole weisen über sich hinaus auf eine Wirklichkeit, die nicht unmittelbar ergriffen werden kann. Gerade die religiösen Symbole stellen einen Kontakt zur unsichtbaren, spirituellen Welt her. Sie lassen sich bereits für die früheste Menschheit nachweisen. Nach der prähistorischen Zeit findet die Symbolik einzelner Kulturkreise und Religionen westlicher wie östlicher Herkunft ihre Darstellung. Die großen Symbole der Menschheit führen die Menschen zusammen und verbinden sie mit ihren Ursprüngen.

    Der Verlag über das Buch
    Ein einzigartiges Panorama der großen Symbole der Menschheit, mit über 300 meist farbigen Abbildungen und großformatigem Bildmaterial.


    T

    Tholenaar, Jan (Autor)
    Jong, Cees de (Herausgeber)
    Type Book
    A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles

    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836511010/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836511010/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836511010/etymologpor09-20
    Type Book Vol. 1: A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles, Vol. 1 [Gebundene Ausgabe]
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 360 Seiten
    Verlag: Taschen Verlag; Auflage: 1., Aufl. (25. August 2009)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    This title presents a visual history of fonts and graphic styles. This book offers a novel overview of typeface design, exploring the most beautiful and remarkable examples of font catalogs from the history of publishing, with a special emphasis on the period from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century, when color catalogs were at their height. Taken from a Dutch collection, this exuberant selection traverses the evolution of the printed letter in all its various incarnations via exquisitely designed catalogs displaying not only type specimens in roman, italic, bold, semi-bold, narrow, and broad, but also characters, borders, ornaments, initial letters and decorations as well as often spectacular examples of the use of the letters. The Victorian fonts, sumptuous and sometimes unbelievably outrageous, are accorded a prominent place in this book. In addition to lead letters, examples from lithography and letters by window-dressers, inscription carvers, and calligraphers are also displayed and described. This title features works by type designers including: William Caslon, Fritz Helmuth Ehmcke, Peter Behrens, Rudolf Koch, Eric Gill, Jan van Krimpen, Paul Renner, Jan Tschichold, A. M. Cassandre, Aldo Novarese, and Adrian Frutiger.


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836515148/etymologporta-20


    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836515148/etymologety0f-21


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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3836515148/etymologpor09-20
    Type Book Vol. 2: A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles, Vol. 2: v. 2 [Gebundene Ausgabe]
    Gebundene Ausgabe: 360 Seiten
    Verlag: Taschen Verlag; Auflage: Mul (15. März 2010)
    Sprache: Englisch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Dieses Buch bietet dem Liebhaber einen Überblick über das Design von Schrifttypen und widmet sich den elegantesten Schriftarten der Druckgeschichte. Die auf einer angesehenen niederländischen Sammlung basierende umfangreiche Ausgabe in zwei Bänden zeichnet die Entwicklung des Druckbuchstabens anhand von ausnehmend schönen Katalogen nach und zeigt Typenproben in mageren, kursiven, fetten, halbfetten, schmalen und breiten Fonts. Enthalten sind auch Bordüren, Ornamente, Initialen und Verzierungen sowie exemplarische Lithografien, Briefe von Schildermalern, Inschriftenschnitzern und Kalligrafen.

    Enthalten sind Werke von Typendesignern wie William Caslon, Fritz Helmuth Ehmcke, Peter Behrens, Rudolf Koch, Eric Gill, Jan van Krimpen, Paul Renner, Jan Tschichold, A. M. Cassandre, Aldo Novarese und Adrian Frutiger.

    Um die riesige Materialfülle aufnehmen zu können, haben wir den Text auf zwei Bände verteilt. Dieser zweite Band deckt die Phase von 1900 bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts ab und enthält einen geschichtlichen Abriss von Alston W. Purvis.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.kohlibri.de/xtcommerce/product_info.php/info/p82674_Type-Book--mit-Keycard.html

    Tholenaar, Jan ; Jong, Cees de : Type Book, mit Keycard
    A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles. 1628-1900. Engl.-Dtsch.-Französ.

    Eine illustrierte Geschichte der Schriftarten und grafischen Stile, Band 1: 1628–1900
    •Herausgegeben von Cees de Jong
    •2009. 360 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen 32,5 cm
    •Gebunden
    •Sprache : Englisch, Deutsch, Französisch
    •Hochaufgelöste Bild-Datenbank: unbegrenzter Online-Zugang mit Taschen Keycard
    •Band 1

    Diese überbordende Auswahl typografischer Zeichensätze und Stile zeichnet die moderne Evolution des Druckbuchstabens nach, reproduziert Seiten aus prachtvoll gestalteten Musterkatalogen und zeigt Proben magerer, kursiver, fetter, halbfetter, schmaler und breiter Schriften. Außerdem enthalten sind Bordüren, Ornamente, Initialen und Verzierungen sowie eindrucksvolle Beispiele ihrer Verwendung. In ihrer Komplexität spektakuläre viktorianische Fonts nehmen eine prominente Stellung ein. Des Weiteren wurden auch exemplarische Lithografien und Buchstaben von Inschriftenschnitzern und Kalligraphen aufgenommen und beschrieben.

    Vorgestellt werden Arbeiten der Schriftengestalter William Caslon, Fritz Helmuth Ehmcke, Peter Behrens, Rudolf Koch, Eric Gill, Jan van Krimpen, Paul Renner, Jan Tschichold, A. M. Cassandre, Aldo Novarese und Adrian Frutiger.

    Um der reichhaltigen Materialpalette gerecht zu werden, ist das Werk in zwei Bände aufgeteilt. Dieser erste Band stellt Schrifttypen aus der Zeit vor dem 20. Jahrhundert vor und enthält Texte des Herausgebers Cees de Jong und des Sammlers Jan Tholenaar.

    Zu dem Buch gibt es eine Datenbank mit hochauflösenden Abbildungen: die TASCHEN-Keycard im Buch gewährt den unbegrenzten Online-Zugang zu mehr als 1000 Scans von Schriftmustern.

    Cees de Jong arbeitet als Designer und Publizist im niederländischen Laren. Er hat zahlreiche Bücher zu den Themen Design, Architektur, Kunst und Grafikdesign herausgegeben und ist derzeit als gestalterischer und verlegerischer Berater sowie als Autor tätig.

    Alston W. Purvis lehrt in den Vereinigten Staaten an der Abteilung für Bildende Künste des College of Fine Arts der Universität Boston. Daneben hat er zahlreiche Werke zum Thema Grafikdesign verfasst.

    Jan Tholenaar war ein passionierter Sammler aller Arten von Schriftmusterdrucken und Besitzer von zahllosen kostbaren Designkatalogen und Musterbüchern. Er ist Anfang 2009 in seiner Heimatstadt Amsterdam gestorben.


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    Taschenatlas - Flaggen

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    (E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3623000248/etymologpor09-20
    Broschiert: 213 Seiten
    Verlag: Klett; Auflage: Neubearb. A. (Mai 2005)
    Sprache: Deutsch


    Kurzbeschreibung
    Neubearbeitete und aktualisierte Ausgabe der übersichtlichen und schnellen Nachschlaghilfe aller Staatenflaggen der Erde. In alphabetischer Reihenfolge der Staaten der Erde werden die Flaggen mit Hintergrundinformationen zur Entstehung, Bedeutung der Farben, Farbkombinationen und Symbolen beschrieben. Alle Flaggen sind im amtlich festgelegten Seitenverhältnis farbig abgebildet. Zur besseren Verortung wird die Lage eines jeden Staates durch eine Globusabbildung dargestellt.

    Der Verlag über das Buch
    Flaggen können mit ihren Farben, ihrer Farbkombination und ihren Symbolen viel über Geschichte, Kultur, Landesnatur und geographische Lage eines Landes aussagen. Farben und Symbole stehen für politische Leitbilder und Weltanschauungen. Das vorliegende Buch stellt die Flaggen aller Länder der Erde vor. Zu den meisten Flaggen gehört eine "Geschichte". Die Farbsymbolik beschreibt oft den schmerzhaften Rückblick auf Unterdrückung und Gewaltherrschaft, andererseits aber auch den Blick nach vorn auf eine verheißungsvolle und friedliche Zukunft. Es ist deshalb schwierig, die symbolische Aussage jeder einzelnen Landesflagge verbindlich zu erklären. Es kann nur der Versuch einer Deutung sein, denn gleiche Symbole und Farben haben nicht für alle Länder auch die gleiche Bedeutung.


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    Znamierowski, Alfred
    Flaggen-Enzyklopädie

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    (E?)(L?) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3768812510/etymologpor09-20
    Gebundene Ausgabe - Delius Klasing
    Erscheinungsdatum: 2001


    Aus der Amazon.de-Redaktion
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    Flaggen-Fans haben darauf gewartet, denn die Enzyklopädie ist die größte ihrer Art und war bisher nur auf Englisch erhältlich. Jeder, der dieses Buch durchblättert, wundert sich, wie viele verschiedene Flaggen sich die Menschen in den letzten 5000 Jahren ausdenken konnten. Wimpel, Feldzeichen und Firmenflaggen, Banner, Standarten, Handels- und Dienstflaggen, politische, religiöse und private Fahnen - alle möglichen Formen und hochkomplexe Gebilde flattern dem Leser entgegen, wie die alte Mecklenburger Flagge mit sieben Symbolen, aber auch einfachste, einfarbige Fahnen: schwarz als Banner der Anarchie, weiß als Flagge der Monarchisten.

    Nicht weniger erstaunlich: Flaggenforscher ("Vexillologen") können alle heutigen Nationalfahnen in zehn Hauptgruppen einteilen, etwa den islamischen Halbmond, den Union Jack - oder eine vom Aussterben bedrohte "Art": rote Fahnen. Nur wenigen Ländern gelang es, eigene Flaggenfamilien zu erfinden. Zum Beispiel Venezuela. Der Revolutionär Francisco de Miranda entwarf vor 200 Jahren die "horizontale Trikolore", zur Hälfte gelb, was das "goldene Amerika" symbolisierte, durch den Atlantik (blau) vom blutigen Spanien (rot) getrennt.

    Die deutsche Farbkombination ist ursprünglich weniger revolutionär als man oft hört. Zwar trug sie das Lützower Freikorps in den Freiheitskriegen. Doch die Farben entstammen dem Heiligen Römischen Reich -- mit tierischem Ursprung: Schwarz für den Adler, Rot für seinen Schnabel und die Klauen; Gelb für das goldene Wappenschild. Warum hat ausgerechnet unser Nachbarland Belgien dieselben Farben? Purer Zufall. Der Farbmix entstammt einem Löwen (golden) mit roter Zunge und roten Klauen auf schwarzem Grund, Symbol des Herzogtums Brabant, wo im 12.Jahrhundert der belgische Unabhängigkeitskampf begann.

    Flaggen spiegeln Geschichte und Kultur wider. Wer das Buch zuklappt, hat nicht nur über Fahnen viel gelernt. Und wie klappt man eine Fahne zusammen -- stilecht? Dreimal der Länge nach, und dann... Eine komplexe Zeremonie, fast wie Teetrinken auf Japanisch. Gut, dass es einen Flaggenknigge gibt. --Frank Rosenbauer