From: Tom Emerson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 08 2005 - 19:25:37 CDT
Cleasby and Vigfusson's 1874 work "An Icelandic-English Dictionary"
contains some characters that I haven't been able to find through
The line containing the right-pointing hand (last full paragraph on
the left column) contains a character that looks like a lower-case eth
without the slash.
On the previous page,
bottom of the left column, there is a character referred to as an
"inverted C", whose glyph is an inverted, mirrored C with an
overbar. This appears to be the recently accepted U+2184 with a
On the same page, top of the right column, there are two runes that
are not found in the 16A0 block: the mirrored "D" variant on dagaz
(perhaps just a glyph variant of U+16DE?) and the right-pointing
triangle for "Latin d".
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