Neutral Yer
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Neutral Yer

Neutral Yer (Majuscule: ?, Minuscule: ?) is used in transcribing documents when it is hard to tell the difference between a ? and a ?. It was common in Late Medieval Russian archival materials and scripts.

The appearance looks like a Yer with a hook on the top.

Computing codes

Character
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER NEUTRAL YER CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER NEUTRAL YER
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 42574 U+A64E 42575 U+A64F
UTF-8 234 153 142 EA 99 8E 234 153 143 EA 99 8F
Numeric character reference Ꙏ Ꙏ ꙏ ꙏ

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