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Appendix:Variations of "o"

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The word and letter "o" is subject to a wide range of variations through the addition of diacritics, ligatures, capitalization, punctuation, use as a suffix or prefix, and use in different scripts. These include:

Capitalization, punctuation, prefix and suffix

Diacritics and ligatures

Vietnamese diacritics

Yoruba diacritics

Other scripts

Other representations of O
NATO phonetic Morse code
Oscar –––
ICS Oscar.svg Semaphore Oscar.svg Sign language O.svg ⠕
Signal flag Semaphore ASL Manual Braille


Cyrillic

Glagolitic

Gothic

Greek

  • ω (ωμέγα, omega, represents a similar sound, otherwise unrelated.)
  • Ω (ωμέγα, omega, represents a similar sound, otherwise unrelated.)
  • ώ (omega with diacritic, represents a similar sound, otherwise unrelated.)
  • Ώ (omega with diacritic, represents a similar sound, otherwise unrelated.)

Hebrew

  • The word או has a sound similar to 'o'.

Runic

Other

  • º (masculine ordinal indicator)
  • 0 (the number zero, looks like an “o” in most fonts, but does not represent a sound, and apart from that unrelated.)
  • (symbol for the circle, looks like an “o” in most fonts, but does not represent a sound, and apart from that unrelated.)
  • (the number zero, Chinese script, looks like an “o” in most fonts, but does not represent a sound, and apart from that unrelated.)
  • (the number zero in Lao script)

Similar symbols

  • ס the Hebrew character for samekh looks like an "o" in many fonts, but represents an "s" sound, and apart from that unrelated.

See also