Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit One ➊


Symbol Meaning

The Sans–Serif Number One enclosed in a black circle is a contrasting attractive icon for decorating texts. Using this symbol, you can write down your office number on a business card, your lucky number in a nickname or the time of the event on an invitation card. The final version of the number will look something like this: .

If you believe in number symbolism, one may represent an active beginning and the single nature of all things existing on the planet. That's the significance given to one by the Pythagoreans, ancient Eastern sages, and other philosophers of different times and epochs.

The symbol “Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit One” is included in the “Dingbat circled digits” subblock of the “Dingbats” block and was approved as part of Unicode version 1.1 in 1993.

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Unicode Name Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit One
Unicode Number
CSS Code
Plane 0: Basic Multilingual Plane
Unicode Block Dingbats
Unicode Subblock Dingbat circled digits
Unicode Version 1.1 (1993)
Type of paired mirror bracket (bidi) None
Composition Exclusion No
Case change 278A
Simple case change 278A
Grapheme_Base +
scripts Common
Encoding hex dec (bytes) dec binary
UTF-8 E2 9E 8A 226 158 138 14851722 11100010 10011110 10001010
UTF-16BE 27 8A 39 138 10122 00100111 10001010
UTF-16LE 8A 27 138 39 35367 10001010 00100111
UTF-32BE 00 00 27 8A 0 0 39 138 10122 00000000 00000000 00100111 10001010
UTF-32LE 8A 27 00 00 138 39 0 0 2317811712 10001010 00100111 00000000 00000000

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