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The Unicode code block Latin-1 Supplement extends the basic 26 letter pairs of ASCII by providing additional letters for major languages of Europe. Like ASCII, the Latin-1 set also includes a miscellaneous set of punctuation and mathematical signs.

The languages supported by the Latin-1 supplement include Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, Flemish, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.

U+00AA  ª  feminine ordinal indicator   and U+00BA  º  masculine ordinal indicator   can be depicted with an underscore, but many modern fonts show them as superscripted Latin letters with no underscore. In sorting and searching, these characters should be treated as weakly equivalent to their Latin character equivalents.

All diacritics in this block are unambiguously spacing characters. For combining or non-spacing diacritics, see the Combining Diacritical Marks code block.


Unicode's Latin-1 Supplement code block reserves the 128 code points from U+0080 to U+00FF, of which all 128 are currently assigned.

Basic Latin <-- Latin-1 Supplement --> Latin Extended A

All the characters in this code block were added in Unicode 1.1

Number of characters in each General Category :

Letter, Uppercase           Lu : 30
Letter, Lowercase           Ll : 35
Number, Other               No :  6
Punctuation, Initial quote  Pi :  1
Punctuation, Final quote    Pf :  1
Punctuation, Other          Po :  3
Symbol, Math                Sm :  4
Symbol, Currency            Sc :  4
Symbol, Modifier            Sk :  4
Symbol, Other               So :  6
Separator, Space            Zs :  1
Other, Control              Cc : 32
Other, Format               Cf :  1

Number of characters in each Bidirectional Category :

Left To Right                 L : 65
European Number              EN :  3
European Number Terminator   ET :  6
Common Number Separator      CS :  1
Boundary Neutral             BN : 32
Paragraph Separator           B :  1
Other Neutral                ON : 20

The columns below should be interpreted as :

  1. The Unicode code for the character
  2. The character in question
  3. The Unicode name for the character
  4. The Unicode General Category for the character
  5. The Unicode Bidirectional Category for the character

If the characters below show up poorly, or not at all, see Unicode Support for possible solutions.

 

Latin-1 Supplement

     C1 controls
Alias names are those for ISO/IEC 6429:1992.

U+0080   €   control Cc BN
U+0081      control Cc BN
U+0082   ‚   break permitted here Cc BN
ref U+200B   ​   zero width space (General Punctuation)
U+0083   ƒ   no break here Cc BN
ref U+2060   ⁠   word joiner (General Punctuation)
U+0084   „   control Cc BN
* formerly known as INDEX
U+0085   …   next line Cc B
aka next line (nel)
U+0086   †   start of selected area Cc BN
U+0087   ‡   end of selected area Cc BN
U+0088   ˆ   character tabulation set Cc BN
U+0089   ‰   character tabulation with justification Cc BN
U+008A   Š   line tabulation set Cc BN
U+008B   ‹   partial line forward Cc BN
U+008C   Œ   partial line backward Cc BN
U+008D      reverse line feed Cc BN
U+008E   Ž   single shift two Cc BN
U+008F      single shift three Cc BN
U+0090      device control string Cc BN
U+0091   ‘   private use one Cc BN
U+0092   ’   private use two Cc BN
U+0093   “   set transmit state Cc BN
U+0094   ”   cancel character Cc BN
U+0095   •   message waiting Cc BN
U+0096   –   start of guarded area Cc BN
U+0097   —   end of guarded area Cc BN
U+0098   ˜   start of string Cc BN
U+0099   ™   control Cc BN
U+009A   š   single character introducer Cc BN
U+009B   ›   control sequence introducer Cc BN
U+009C   œ   string terminator Cc BN
U+009D      operating system command Cc BN
U+009E   ž   privacy message Cc BN
U+009F   Ÿ   application program command Cc BN

     Latin-1 punctuation and symbols
Based on ISO/IEC 8859-1 (aka Latin-1) from here.

U+00A0       no break space Zs CS
html &nbsp;
sgml &nbsp;
* commonly abbreviated as NBSP
ref U+0020     space (Basic Latin)
ref U+2007       figure space (General Punctuation)
ref U+202F       narrow no break space (General Punctuation)
ref U+2060   ⁠   word joiner (General Punctuation)
ref U+FEFF      zero width no break space (Arabic Presentation Forms B)
U+00A1   ¡   inverted exclamation mark Po ON
html &iexcl;
sgml &iexcl;
* Spanish, Asturian, Galician
ref U+0021   !   exclamation mark (Basic Latin)
U+00A2   ¢   cent sign Sc ET
html &cent;
sgml &cent;
* Cent
U+00A3   £   pound sign Sc ET
html &pound;
sgml &pound;
aka pound sterling, irish punt, italian lira, turkish lira, etc.
* Pound
ref U+20A4   ₤   lira sign (Currency Symbols)
ref U+10192   𐆒   Roman semuncia sign (Ancient Symbols)
U+00A4   ¤   currency sign Sc ET
html &curren;
sgml &curren;
* other currency symbol characters: 20A0-20B5
ref U+0024   $   dollar sign (Basic Latin)
U+00A5   ¥   yen sign Sc ET
html &yen;
sgml &yen;
aka yuan sign
* Yen
* glyph may have one or two crossbars
U+00A6   ¦   broken bar So ON
html &brvbar;
sgml &brvbar;
aka broken vertical bar (1.0)
aka parted rule (in typography)
U+00A7   §   section sign So ON
html &sect;
sgml &sect;
* paragraph sign in some European usage
U+00A8   ¨   diaeresis Sk ON
html &uml;
sgml &Dot; &die; &uml;
* this is a spacing character
ref U+0308   ̈   combining diaeresis (Combining Diacritical Marks)
U+00A9   ©   copyright sign So ON
html &copy;
sgml &copy;
ref U+2117   ℗   sound recording copyright (Letterlike Symbols)
ref U+24B8   Ⓒ   circled Latin capital letter C (Enclosed Alphanumerics)
U+00AA   ª   feminine ordinal indicator Ll L
html &ordf;
sgml &ordf;
* Spanish
U+00AB   «   left pointing double angle quotation mark Pi ON
html &laquo;
sgml &laquo;
aka left guillemet
aka chevrons (in typography)
* usually opening, sometimes closing
ref U+226A   ≪   much less than (Mathematical Operators)
ref U+300A   《   left double angle bracket (CJK Symbols and Punctuation)
U+00AC   ¬   not sign Sm ON
html &not;
sgml &Not; &not;
aka angled dash (in typography)
ref U+2310   ⌐   reversed not sign (Miscellaneous Technical)
U+00AD   ­   soft hyphen Cf BN
html &shy;
sgml &shy;
aka discretionary hyphen
* commonly abbreviated as SHY
U+00AE   ®   registered sign So ON
html &reg;
sgml &reg;
aka registered trade mark sign (1.0)
ref U+24C7   Ⓡ   circled Latin capital letter R (Enclosed Alphanumerics)
U+00AF   ¯   macron Sk ON
html &macr;
sgml &circledR; &macr; &reg;
aka overline, APL overbar
* this is a spacing character
ref U+02C9   ˉ   modifier letter macron (Spacing Modifier Letters)
ref U+0304   ̄   combining macron (Combining Diacritical Marks)
ref U+0305   ̅   combining overline (Combining Diacritical Marks)
U+00B0   °   degree sign So ET
html &deg;
sgml &deg;
* this is a spacing character
ref U+02DA   ˚   ring above (Spacing Modifier Letters)
ref U+030A   ̊   combining ring above (Combining Diacritical Marks)
ref U+2070   ⁰   superscript zero (Superscripts and Subscripts)
ref U+2218   ∘   ring operator (Mathematical Operators)
U+00B1   ±   plus minus sign Sm ET
html &plusmn;
sgml &PlusMinus; &plusmn; &pm;
ref U+2213   ∓   minus or plus sign (Mathematical Operators)
U+00B2   ²   superscript two No EN
html &sup2;
sgml &sup2;
aka squared
* other superscript digit characters: 2070-2079
ref U+00B9   ¹   superscript one (Latin-1 Supplement)
U+00B3   ³   superscript three No EN
html &sup3;
sgml &sup3;
aka cubed
ref U+00B9   ¹   superscript one (Latin-1 Supplement)
U+00B4   ´   acute accent Sk ON
html &acute;
sgml &acute;
* this is a spacing character
ref U+02B9   ʹ   modifier letter prime (Spacing Modifier Letters)
ref U+02CA   ˊ   modifier letter acute accent (Spacing Modifier Letters)
ref U+0301   ́   combining acute accent (Combining Diacritical Marks)
ref U+2032   ′   prime (General Punctuation)
U+00B5   µ   micro sign Ll L
html &micro;
sgml &micro;
U+00B6   ¶   pilcrow sign So ON
html &para;
sgml &para;
aka paragraph sign
* section sign in some European usage
ref U+204B   ⁋   reversed pilcrow sign (General Punctuation)
ref U+2761   ❡   curved stem paragraph sign ornament (Dingbats)
U+00B7   ·   middle dot Po ON
html &middot;
sgml &CenterDot; &centerdot; &middot;
aka midpoint (in typography)
aka Georgian comma
aka Greek middle dot (ano teleia)
ref U+0387   ·   Greek ano teleia (Greek and Coptic)
ref U+2022   •   bullet (General Punctuation)
ref U+2024   ․   one dot leader (General Punctuation)
ref U+2027   ‧   hyphenation point (General Punctuation)
ref U+2219   ∙   bullet operator (Mathematical Operators)
ref U+22C5   ⋅   dot operator (Mathematical Operators)
ref U+30FB   ・   Katakana middle dot (Katakana)
U+00B8   ¸   cedilla Sk ON
html &cedil;
sgml &cedil;
* this is a spacing character
* other spacing accent characters: 02D8-02DB
ref U+0327   ̧   combining cedilla (Combining Diacritical Marks)
U+00B9   ¹   superscript one No EN
html &sup1;
sgml &sup1;
ref U+00B2   ²   superscript two (Latin-1 Supplement)
ref U+00B3   ³   superscript three (Latin-1 Supplement)
U+00BA   º   masculine ordinal indicator Ll L
html &ordm;
sgml &ordm;
* Spanish
U+00BB   »   right pointing double angle quotation mark Pf ON
html &raquo;
sgml &raquo;
aka right guillemet
* usually closing, sometimes opening
ref U+226B   ≫   much greater than (Mathematical Operators)
ref U+300B   》   right double angle bracket (CJK Symbols and Punctuation)
U+00BC   ¼   vulgar fraction one quarter No ON
html &frac14;
sgml &frac14;
* bar may be horizontal or slanted
* other fraction characters: 2153-215E
U+00BD   ½   vulgar fraction one half No ON
html &frac12;
sgml &frac12; &half;
* bar may be horizontal or slanted
U+00BE   ¾   vulgar fraction three quarters No ON
html &frac34;
sgml &frac34;
* bar may be horizontal or slanted
U+00BF   ¿   inverted question mark Po ON
html &iquest;
sgml &iquest;
aka turned question mark
* Spanish
ref U+003F   ?   question mark (Basic Latin)
ref U+2E2E   ⸮   reversed question mark (Supplemental Punctuation)

     Letters

U+00C0   À   Latin capital letter A with grave Lu L
html &Agrave;
sgml &Agrave;
U+00C1   Á   Latin capital letter A with acute Lu L
html &Aacute;
sgml &Aacute;
U+00C2   Â   Latin capital letter A with circumflex Lu L
html &Acirc;
sgml &Acirc;
U+00C3   Ã   Latin capital letter A with tilde Lu L
html &Atilde;
sgml &Atilde;
U+00C4   Ä   Latin capital letter A with diaeresis Lu L
html &Auml;
sgml &Auml;
U+00C5   Å   Latin capital letter A with ring above Lu L
html &Aring;
sgml &Aring;
ref U+212B   Å   angstrom sign (Letterlike Symbols)
U+00C6   Æ   Latin capital letter ae Lu L
html &AElig;
sgml &AElig;
aka Latin capital ligature ae (1.0)
U+00C7   Ç   Latin capital letter C with cedilla Lu L
html &Ccedil;
sgml &Ccedil;
U+00C8   È   Latin capital letter E with grave Lu L
html &Egrave;
sgml &Egrave;
U+00C9   É   Latin capital letter E with acute Lu L
html &Eacute;
sgml &Eacute;
U+00CA   Ê   Latin capital letter E with circumflex Lu L
html &Ecirc;
sgml &Ecirc;
U+00CB   Ë   Latin capital letter E with diaeresis Lu L
html &Euml;
sgml &Euml;
U+00CC   Ì   Latin capital letter I with grave Lu L
html &Igrave;
sgml &Igrave;
U+00CD   Í   Latin capital letter I with acute Lu L
html &Iacute;
sgml &Iacute;
U+00CE   Î   Latin capital letter I with circumflex Lu L
html &Icirc;
sgml &Icirc;
U+00CF   Ï   Latin capital letter I with diaeresis Lu L
html &Iuml;
sgml &Iuml;
U+00D0   Ð   Latin capital letter eth Lu L
html &ETH;
sgml &ETH;
ref U+00F0   ð   Latin small letter eth (Latin-1 Supplement)
ref U+0110   Đ   Latin capital letter D with stroke (Latin Extended A)
ref U+0189   Ɖ   Latin capital letter african d (Latin Extended B)
U+00D1   Ñ   Latin capital letter N with tilde Lu L
html &Ntilde;
sgml &Ntilde;
U+00D2   Ò   Latin capital letter O with grave Lu L
html &Ograve;
sgml &Ograve;
U+00D3   Ó   Latin capital letter O with acute Lu L
html &Oacute;
sgml &Oacute;
U+00D4   Ô   Latin capital letter O with circumflex Lu L
html &Ocirc;
sgml &Ocirc;
U+00D5   Õ   Latin capital letter O with tilde Lu L
html &Otilde;
sgml &Otilde;
U+00D6   Ö   Latin capital letter O with diaeresis Lu L
html &Ouml;
sgml &Ouml;

     Mathematical operator

U+00D7   ×   multiplication sign Sm ON
html &times;
sgml &times;
aka z notation cartesian product

     Letters

U+00D8   Ø   Latin capital letter O with stroke Lu L
html &Oslash;
sgml &Oslash;
aka o slash
ref U+2205   ∅   empty set (Mathematical Operators)
U+00D9   Ù   Latin capital letter U with grave Lu L
html &Ugrave;
sgml &Ugrave;
U+00DA   Ú   Latin capital letter U with acute Lu L
html &Uacute;
sgml &Uacute;
U+00DB   Û   Latin capital letter U with circumflex Lu L
html &Ucirc;
sgml &Ucirc;
U+00DC   Ü   Latin capital letter U with diaeresis Lu L
html &Uuml;
sgml &Uuml;
U+00DD   Ý   Latin capital letter Y with acute Lu L
html &Yacute;
sgml &Yacute;
U+00DE   Þ   Latin capital letter thorn Lu L
html &THORN;
sgml &THORN;
U+00DF   ß   Latin small letter sharp s Ll L
html &szlig;
sgml &szlig;
aka eszett
* German
* uppercase is "SS"
* in origin a ligature of 017F and 0073
ref U+03B2   β   Greek small letter beta (Greek and Coptic)
ref U+1E9E   ẞ   Latin capital letter sharp s (Latin Extended Additional)
U+00E0   à   Latin small letter A with grave Ll L
html &agrave;
sgml &agrave;
U+00E1   á   Latin small letter A with acute Ll L
html &aacute;
sgml &aacute;
U+00E2   â   Latin small letter A with circumflex Ll L
html &acirc;
sgml &acirc;
U+00E3   ã   Latin small letter A with tilde Ll L
html &atilde;
sgml &atilde;
* Portuguese
U+00E4   ä   Latin small letter A with diaeresis Ll L
html &auml;
sgml &auml;
U+00E5   å   Latin small letter A with ring above Ll L
html &aring;
sgml &aring;
* Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Walloon
U+00E6   æ   Latin small letter ae Ll L
html &aelig;
sgml &aelig;
aka Latin small ligature ae (1.0)
aka ash (from old english ?sc)
* Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese, Old English, French, IPA
ref U+0153   œ   Latin small ligature oe (Latin Extended A)
ref U+04D5   ӕ   Cyrillic small ligature a ie (Cyrillic)
U+00E7   ç   Latin small letter C with cedilla Ll L
html &ccedil;
sgml &ccedil;
U+00E8   è   Latin small letter E with grave Ll L
html &egrave;
sgml &egrave;
U+00E9   é   Latin small letter E with acute Ll L
html &eacute;
sgml &eacute;
U+00EA   ê   Latin small letter E with circumflex Ll L
html &ecirc;
sgml &ecirc;
U+00EB   ë   Latin small letter E with diaeresis Ll L
html &euml;
sgml &euml;
U+00EC   ì   Latin small letter I with grave Ll L
html &igrave;
sgml &igrave;
* Italian, Malagasy
U+00ED   í   Latin small letter I with acute Ll L
html &iacute;
sgml &iacute;
U+00EE   î   Latin small letter I with circumflex Ll L
html &icirc;
sgml &icirc;
U+00EF   ï   Latin small letter I with diaeresis Ll L
html &iuml;
sgml &iuml;
U+00F0   ð   Latin small letter eth Ll L
html &eth;
sgml &eth;
* Icelandic, Faroese, Old English, IPA
ref U+00D0   Ð   Latin capital letter eth (Latin-1 Supplement)
ref U+03B4   δ   Greek small letter delta (Greek and Coptic)
ref U+2202   ∂   partial differential (Mathematical Operators)
U+00F1   ñ   Latin small letter N with tilde Ll L
html &ntilde;
sgml &ntilde;
U+00F2   ò   Latin small letter O with grave Ll L
html &ograve;
sgml &ograve;
U+00F3   ó   Latin small letter O with acute Ll L
html &oacute;
sgml &oacute;
U+00F4   ô   Latin small letter O with circumflex Ll L
html &ocirc;
sgml &ocirc;
U+00F5   õ   Latin small letter O with tilde Ll L
html &otilde;
sgml &otilde;
* Portuguese, Estonian
U+00F6   ö   Latin small letter O with diaeresis Ll L
html &ouml;
sgml &ouml;

     Mathematical operator

U+00F7   ÷   division sign Sm ON
html &divide;
sgml &div; &divide;
ref U+2215   ∕   division slash (Mathematical Operators)
ref U+2223   ∣   divides (Mathematical Operators)

     Letters

U+00F8   ø   Latin small letter O with stroke Ll L
html &oslash;
sgml &oslash;
aka o slash
* Danish, Norwegian, Faroese, IPA
U+00F9   ù   Latin small letter U with grave Ll L
html &ugrave;
sgml &ugrave;
* French, Italian
U+00FA   ú   Latin small letter U with acute Ll L
html &uacute;
sgml &uacute;
U+00FB   û   Latin small letter U with circumflex Ll L
html &ucirc;
sgml &ucirc;
U+00FC   ü   Latin small letter U with diaeresis Ll L
html &uuml;
sgml &uuml;
U+00FD   ý   Latin small letter Y with acute Ll L
html &yacute;
sgml &yacute;
* Czech, Slovak, Icelandic, Faroese, Welsh, Malagasy
U+00FE   þ   Latin small letter thorn Ll L
html &thorn;
sgml &thorn;
* Icelandic, Old English, phonetics
* Runic letter borrowed into Latin script
ref U+16A6   ᚦ   Runic letter thurisaz thurs thorn (Runic)
U+00FF   ÿ   Latin small letter Y with diaeresis Ll L
html &yuml;
sgml &yuml;
* French
ref U+0178   Ÿ   Latin capital letter Y with diaeresis (Latin Extended A)

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