HTML character: ¨ = ¨

«diaeresis (spacing diaeresis); see Germanic umlaut»

  • Fonts: italic: ¨bold: ¨code: ¨serif: ¨sans-serif: ¨fixed: ¨
  • HTML-encoded: ¨
  • Unicode codepoint: ¨
  • Unicode hexadecimal: U+00A8
  • URL Encoded: %C2%A8
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