|quod (q with curved stroke)|
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|» 1. [File] Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS D ii 1 (1225) = Leabhar Uí Mhaine (The Book of Uí Maine) , f. 124rb|
» 2. [File] Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson B 512 [s. xv – s. xviin], f. 31va
|Letter(s) displayed:||<q>||(base form in image, without marks, as it may appear to the untrained eye)|
|Represents in Irish:||ar||(in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)|
|Represents in Latin:||quod||(in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)|
|Notational device:|| » Baseline symbol|
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|Represents:||» In Irish: ar|
» In Latin: quod
» A symbol that is mainly used for Latin quod. The Irish meaning ar may be rare: it is attested in the Book of Uí Maine version of Sanas Cormaic, where it used for the headword Oar.
For early uses in Latin, see W. M. Lindsay, Notae Latinae: an account of abbreviation in Latin mss. of the early minuscule period, c. 700-850 (1915): 254-260
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