Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Two ➋


Symbol Meaning

The sans-serif number 2 enclosed in a black circle is one of the dingbats which you can use to decorate a numbered list, table of contents, enumeration, social media post or nickname. Take this digit and combine it with other icons in a circle with a dark fill to record your date of birth, for example, ...

Digits had become an essential part of human culture more than 5000 years ago. No wonder that philosophers, religious scholars, and gurus gave it a special meaning. Two symbolizes opposition, duality, balance, partnership, and diversity in general. These are just a few of the many possible interpretations. It's important to note that these interpretations can vary greatly depending on the cultural, philosophical, or religious context.

The symbol “Dingbat Negative Circled Sans-Serif Digit Two” 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 Two
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 278B
Simple case change 278B
Grapheme_Base +
scripts Common
Encoding hex dec (bytes) dec binary
UTF-8 E2 9E 8B 226 158 139 14851723 11100010 10011110 10001011
UTF-16BE 27 8B 39 139 10123 00100111 10001011
UTF-16LE 8B 27 139 39 35623 10001011 00100111
UTF-32BE 00 00 27 8B 0 0 39 139 10123 00000000 00000000 00100111 10001011
UTF-32LE 8B 27 00 00 139 39 0 0 2334588928 10001011 00100111 00000000 00000000

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