πŒ€ U+10300, 𐌀
OLD ITALIC LETTER A
[unassigned: U+102FC–U+102FF]
← 𐋻
[U+102FB]
Old Italic 𐌁 β†’
[U+10301]

Translingual edit

Etymology edit

From a variant of the Ancient Greek Ξ‘ (A), ultimately from the Phoenician ⁧𐀀⁩ (ΚΎ).

Letter edit

πŒ€

  1. The first letter of the archaic and classical Etruscan alphabets, of the Oscan alphabet, and of the Alphabet of Lugano; equivalent to the letter A of the Roman alphabet; transliterated ⟨a⟩; and bearing the letter name a.

Descendants edit

  • Latin: A
  • Runic: ᚨ (a)

See also edit

Etruscan edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Unknown.

Conjunction edit

πŒ€ β€’ (a)

  1. and, also
    πŒ„πŒ–Β·πŒ€Β·πŒ„πŒ–
    eu a eu
    Well! also well!

Etymology 2 edit

From πŒ€πŒ…πŒ‰πŒ‹πŒ” (avils).

Noun edit

πŒ€ β€’ (a)

  1. Abbreviation of πŒ€πŒ…πŒ‰πŒ‹πŒ” (avils, β€œyears”).: of years, of the age
    πŒ…πŒ„πŒ‹πŒ€Β·πŒ€Β·πŒ πŒ’
    vela a β… β…©
    Vela of the age of 9.

Etymology 3 edit

From πŒ€πŒ–πŒ‹πŒ„ (aule).

Noun edit

πŒ€ β€’ (a)

  1. Abbreviation of πŒ€πŒ–πŒ‹πŒ„ (aule).
  2. Abbreviation of πŒ€πŒ–πŒ‹πŒ€ (aula).

Etymology 4 edit

From πŒ€πŒ“πŒπŒˆ (arnΞΈ).

Noun edit

πŒ€ β€’ (a)

  1. Abbreviation of πŒ€πŒ“πŒπŒˆ (arnΞΈ).
  2. Abbreviation of πŒ€πŒ“πŒπŒˆπŒ€ (arnΞΈa).