Appendix:Variations of "j"
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The letter “j” is derived from “i” in about the 1600s. It is subject to a wide range of variations through the addition of diacritics, capitalization, use as a suffix, and use in different scripts. These include:
Capitalization and punctuationEdit
Other representations of J: