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Ǝ ǝ or Turned E is an additional letter of the Latin alphabet used in African languages using the Pan-Nigerian alphabet or the African reference alphabet. The minuscule is based on a rotated e and the capital form majuscule Ǝ, based on a rotated majuscule E.
|Unicode name||LATIN CAPITAL LETTER REVERSED E||LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED E|
|UTF-8||198 142||C6 8E||199 157||C7 9D|
|Numeric character reference||Ǝ||Ǝ||ǝ||ǝ|
In Windows, the uppercase "Ǝ" can be generated by holding the Alt key and pressing 398 on the number pad, and the lowercase "ǝ" with Alt + 477. In MacOS with the U.S. Extended keyboard, the letters Ǝ ǝ are made with Option-Shift-: followed by E e respectively.
In music/pop culture the backwards E is the emblem of Eminem, an American rapper.
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