Gimel Symbol ℷ
Gimel is one of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. In modern language it denotes the sound ]. If it is followed by an apostrophe, it means ]. Like all letters of the Hebrew alphabet, Gimel has a numerical value and is used to write the number 3.
The appearance of the Gimel symbol is determined by its origin from the word “gamal” (camel). In its original form, the symbol resembled a camel that turned its head back.
The Gimel symbol is commonly used to denote a gram. In addition, it may be applied to talk about rest due to health reasons. By using this letter or the classic symbol, you can write words in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, and other Jewish languages in your text.
The symbol “Gimel Symbol” is included in the “Hebrew letterlike math symbols” Subblock of the “Letterlike Symbols” Block and was approved as part of Unicode version 1.1 in 1993.
third transfinite cardinal (functions of a real variable).
|Type of paired mirror bracket (bidi)||None|
|Simple case change||2137|
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