Last modified on 29 July 2014, at 13:39
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Unicode name ROMAN NUMERAL REVERSED ONE HUNDRED
Codepoint U+2183
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TranslingualEdit

NumberEdit

(lower case )

  1. In composites:
    1. CIↃ — 1,000
      • 1868, W. Aldis Wright, M.A., Bacon’s Essays and Colours of Good and Evil with Notes and Glossarial Index (Macmillan and Co.), preface, page xxi
        The date of the letter isLondini xiv Julii Anglorum CIↃ.DC.XIX.
    2. IↃↃ — 5,000
    3. CCIↃↃ — 10,000

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

Created by the Roman Emperor Claudius. Inspired by the Greek psi.

SymbolEdit

  1. Upper-case antisigma, resembling a reversed Roman numeral for one hundred. Used to replace BS and PS, much like X stood in for CS and GS.

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