See also: [U+2010 HYPHEN], [U+2013 EN DASH], [U+2212 MINUS SIGN], [U+2014 EM DASH], [U+4E00 CJK UNIFIED IDEOGRAPH-4E00], [U+1680 OGHAM SPACE MARK], and +/-
Dash.svg
- U+002D, -
HYPHEN-MINUS
,
[U+002C]
Basic Latin .
[U+002E]
U+FE63, ﹣
SMALL HYPHEN-MINUS

[U+FE62]
Small Form Variants
[U+FE64]
U+FF0D, -
FULLWIDTH HYPHEN-MINUS

[U+FF0C]
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms
[U+FF0E]

TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

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  1. The hyphen-minus, a catch-all symbol for certain dash and dash-like characters.
    1. (hyphen)
    2. (minus sign)
    3. (figure dash)
    4. (en dash)
    5. (em dash)
    6. (horizontal bar)
    7. (chemistry) A single bond.

Usage notesEdit

The multiple uses of this character were a compromise that made sense in the early days of fixed-width typewriters and computer displays, but are not in agreement with proper typesetting. Nonetheless, the usage persists since the hyphen-minus is easy to enter on keyboards, well known, and at the same place in all common character sets.

See alsoEdit

  • ֊ (Armenian hyphen)

Punctuation

Further readingEdit

LetterEdit

The letter T in Morse code.

 

  1. A long signal, used to form Morse code text, together with . (a short signal).
  2. Visual rendering of Morse code for T. (Latin)
  3. Visual rendering of Morse code for Т. (Cyrillic)

See alsoEdit


GreekEdit

LetterEdit

 

  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for Τ.

HebrewEdit

LetterEdit

 

  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for ת.

JapaneseEdit

Punctuation markEdit

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  1. (rare) A romanization of the (long vowel mark).
    To-kyo-

LetterEdit

 

  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for .

KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium. Particularly: “probably from japanese. was it ever actually pronounced as a long vowel?”)

Punctuation markEdit

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  1. (obsolete) long vowel mark
    스타-린氏[1]
    Seutārin-ssi
    Stalin
    compare Japanese スターリン (Sutārin)
    크리스마쓰クリスマス씨-ㄹシール結核豫防運動억센力強き씸볼シンボル[2]
    Keuriseumasseu ssīr-eun gyeolhaek yebang undong-ui eoksen ssimbol
    Kurisumasu shīru wa kekkaku yobō undō no chikarazuyoki shinboru
    Christmas seals are a strong symbol of the tuberculosis prevention movement
    compare Japanese シール (shīru)
    三養라-면
    스-프添付
    [3][4]
    Samyang rāmyeon
    Se͞upeu cheombu
    Samyang ramyon
    Soup included
    compare Japanese ラーメン (rāmen), Japanese スープ (sūpu)

ReferencesEdit


ThaiEdit

LetterEdit

 

  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for .
  2. Visual rendering of Morse code for .