Ϛ Greek Letter Stigma
“Greek Letter Stigma” description
- the Q-shaped archaic koppas are the ordinary alphabetic letters and can also be used as symbols with a numeric value of 90 in classical and pre-classical texts
- apparently in origin a cursive form of digamma
- the name "stigma" originally applied to a medieval sigma-tau ligature, whose shape was confusably similar to the cursive digamma
- used as a symbol with a numeric value of 6
Below is a list of other glyphs that are related to this one:
“Greek Letter Stigma” on various operating systems
The image below shows how the “Greek Letter Stigma” symbol might look like on different operating systems. If the font in which this web site is displayed does not contain the symbol and there is no fallback font able to render it, you can use the image below to get an idea of what it should look like.
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