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Customary name: nu
Represents: n

Variants and attestation

Transliteration Sinistroverse Dextroverse
  Glyph Number Glyph Number
N N.png 85 Nd.png 17
N2 N2.png 1 N2d.png 2

Nu in Raetic has the form usual in the alphabets of Italy; there are no graphic variants. The attestation of inverted Nu, registered only thrice, is not quite certain – it seems fairly clear in VN-13, but in MA-17 certainly, in FI-1 probably it is due to the object being turned during the application of the inscription, meaning that Nu was inscribed upright. See also BZ-2.