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Customary name: digamma, waw

Variants and attestation

Transliteration Sinistroverse Dextroverse
  Glyph Number Glyph Number
V V.png 41 Vd.png 21
V2 V2.png 1 V2d.png 0
V3 V3.png 5 V3d.png 0
V4 V4.png 0 V4d.png 1

Digamma mostly appears in the form V s usual in the alphabets of Italy. Forms with the upper bar not touching the tip of the hasta (V3 s) tend to be associated with corresponding variants of Epsilon. Both inverted forms registered in TIR occur in dubious or damaged inscriptions.