U+203D, ‽
INTERROBANG

[U+203C]
General Punctuation
[U+203E]
🙹 U+1F679, 🙹
HEAVY INTERROBANG ORNAMENT
🙸
[U+1F678]
Ornamental Dingbats 🙺
[U+1F67A]
🙺 U+1F67A, 🙺
SANS-SERIF INTERROBANG ORNAMENT
🙹
[U+1F679]
Ornamental Dingbats 🙻
[U+1F67B]
🙻 U+1F67B, 🙻
HEAVY SANS-SERIF INTERROBANG ORNAMENT
🙺
[U+1F67A]
Ornamental Dingbats 🙼
[U+1F67C]

Translingual

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Etymology

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A superimposition of ! and ?. Invented by advertising agent and typographer Martin K. Speckter in the Spring of 1962.[1]

Punctuation mark

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(English name interrobang)

  1. (rare) Ends an emphatic question.
    He did what

Synonyms

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See also

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Punctuation

References

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  1. ^ Keith Houston (2013 September 24) Shady Characters: The Secret Life of Punctuation, Symbols, & Other Typographical Marks, London: W.W. Norton & Company, →ISBN, page 20