Character | Ⅿ |
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Unicode name | ROMAN NUMERAL ONE THOUSAND |

Number Forms |
U+216F |

## TranslingualEdit

### Alternative formsEdit

### EtymologyEdit

An alteration of ⋈, from ∞, an alteration of ↀ, an alteration of Ⓧ, from encircling X (the roman numeral for ten) to indicate the hundredth ten.

### SymbolEdit

**Ⅿ**

- Roman numeral thousand (1000)
- (ordinal) the thousandth.

#### Usage notesEdit

This symbol is the pre-combined Unicode glyph for the Roman numeral thousand, mainly intended for compatibility with large East-Asian character sets. It is used to represent the individual number where individual glyphs are not wanted. Otherwise, the Roman numeral one thousand is written as the sequence “M” .

#### See alsoEdit

- Previous: Ⅾ (five hundred, 500)
- Next: ↁ (five thousand, 5000)