@ U+0040, @
COMMERCIAL AT
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[U+003F]
Basic Latin A
[U+0041]
U+FE6B, ﹫
SMALL COMMERCIAL AT
[unassigned: U+FE6C–U+FE6F]

[U+FE6A]
Small Form Variants
[U+FE70]
U+FF20, @
FULLWIDTH COMMERCIAL AT

[U+FF1F]
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms
[U+FF21]

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TranslingualEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

A cursive variation of or ᾱᾱ, the abbreviation of Greek ἀνά(aná) used in recipes and prescriptions with the meaning "of each", and later extended to accounting. (Other explanations have that it is ā, an abbreviation of Latin ad(to), or French à(to).)

SymbolEdit

@

  1. At the rate of; per.
    7 @ $2 = $14 (that is, seven, at two dollars each, are fourteen dollars).
  2. (computing) The symbol used as a separator between a username and a domain name in an e-mail address ("at" the domain name).
    My e-mail address is psychonaut@example.com.
  3. (computing, IRC) The most common choice of configurable prefix symbol to identify a channel operator.
  4. (Internet) Prepended to the name of the user to whom a remark is addressed.
    Bob: How can I stop other people from accessing my files when they use my computer?
    Jack: @Bob: You need to protect the files with a password.

See alsoEdit


EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

@

  1. at a rate of (so much each)
    15 items @ $10
    @ 80 km/h (at eighty kilometres per hour)
  2. (informal, neologism) at (any sense)
    @ 20°C (at twenty degrees Celsius)
    Text message: "im @ school."

See alsoEdit


HebrewEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. (computing) The symbol used as a separator between a username and a domain name in an e-mail address.

Usage notesEdit

The symbol is called כְּרוּכִית(krukhit, strudel; at sign, @), or sometimes colloquially שְׁטְרוּדֶל(strudel; at sign, @).


HungarianEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. (computing) The symbol used as a separator between a username and a domain name in an e-mail address.

Usage notesEdit

The symbol is called kukac(worm) in Hungarian because of its shape.


JapaneseEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. at a rate of
    500@¥5
    500 items at a rate of 5 yen
  2. (slang) remaining (stands for あと (ato), mostly used in MMORPG)
    @5個
    @5こ
    @5 ko
    5 items remaining
    @1時間で寝る
    @1じかんでねる
    @1 jikan de neru
    I'll go to bed in a hour

Usage notesEdit

The symbol is called 単価記号, たんかきごう (tanka kigō), アットマーク (attomāku), or アット (atto).


MalagasyEdit

AbbreviationEdit

@

  1. (informal) Abbreviation of amin'ny.

PortugueseEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. The symbol for the arroba unit of weight.

RussianEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. @

Usage notesEdit


Serbo-CroatianEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. @

Usage notesEdit

The sign has several possible names:

  • et
  • manki (Croatian)
  • луда »а«(luda »a«, literally crazy ‘a’) (Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • мајмун(majmun) (Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

SpanishEdit

SymbolEdit

@

  1. The symbol for the arroba unit of weight and volume.
  2. The symbol for o and a to include both masculine and feminine forms.
    l@s alumn@s = los alumnos y las alumnas (the male and female students)

TurkishEdit

@

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@

  1. her biri(each)