Paragraph-mark.svg
U+00B6, ¶
PILCROW SIGN
µ
[U+00B5]
Latin-1 Supplement ·
[U+00B7]
Alinea.svg
U+2761, ❡
CURVED STEM PARAGRAPH SIGN ORNAMENT

[U+2760]
Dingbats
[U+2762]
U+204B, ⁋
REVERSED PILCROW SIGN

[U+204A]
General Punctuation
[U+204C]

TranslingualEdit

 
A Pilcrow is placed left of the word ‘The’.

EtymologyEdit

A graphic variation of the Fraktur capital letter cee, , an abbreviation of Latin Capitulo (heading).

Punctuation markEdit

(English name pilcrow or paragraph mark) (plural ¶¶)

 
English Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia
  1. Beginning of a section of text.
  2. Beginning of a paragraph.
    • 2021 October 10, Crystal Paul, “The future of coming out”, in The Seattle Times[1], archived from the original on 4 November 2021, page E1:
      Abby Akari Alishio first came out as queer three years ago. ¶ “I started crying before I even said anything,” said Alishio. ¶ She was 19, and a couple of years out of West Seattle High School, where she’d spent four years feeling like she couldn’t safely explore her queerness or learn about queer community.