How is Hebrew punctuation used?

Characters as .png

Unicode hexadecimal

U + 05C3

UTF-8 binary

11010111 10000011

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GNU FreeFont 20120503

MPB 2B Damase 2.0

Download: MPB 2B Damase - Version 2.0
License: Free

Number of characters: 2896

MPH 2B Damase is a free font encoding many non-Latin scripts, including the Unicode 4.1 scripts in the Supplementary Multilingual Plane like Armenian, Cherokee, Coptic, Cypriot Syllabary, Cyrillic, Deseret, Georgian, Glagolitic, Gothic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, Limbu, Linear B (partial coverage), Old Italic, Old Persian cuneiform, Osmanya, Phoenician, Shavian, Syloti Nagri (no conjuncts), Tai Le (no combining tone marks), Thaana, Tifinagh, Ugaritic, and Vietnamese.

Quivira 4.1

Download: Quivira - Version 4.1
License: Free

Number of characters: 11053

Quivira 4.1 contains 11,053 characters from various Unicode blocks. Most of them are expected to work correctly everywhere, but there are some issues with characters that have codepoints higher than 65,535 and combining characters.


The letter HEBREW PUNCTUATION SOF PASUQ has been part of the Unicode table since Unicode version 1.1.
The spelling of the character "׃" (HEBREW PUNCTUATION SOF PASUQ) is from right to left.

German name

Hebrew punctuation SOF PASUQ

International designation