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Blissymbolics

By Blissymbolics Communication International · Creative Commons BY SA 4.0
V (uppercase)
V (uppercase)

(Latin English uppercase letter V) - Character

W (uppercase)
W (uppercase)

(Latin English uppercase letter W) - Character

X (uppercase)
X (uppercase)

(Latin English uppercase letter X) - Character

Y (uppercase)
Y (uppercase)

(Latin English uppercase letter Y) - Character

Z (uppercase)
Z (uppercase)

(Latin English uppercase letter Z) - Character

indicator (action)
indicator (action)

(action [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to create (1) the infinitive form of a verb, and (2) the present tense of a verb) - Character (indicator)

indicator (active)
indicator (active)

(action indicator [modified], turned on its side and pointing forward: placed above a symbol to emphasize that something is acting on something else. The symbol is logically related to about.) - Character (indicator)

indicator (conditional)
indicator (conditional)

(question mark [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to indicate the equivalent of the English present conditional form) - Character (indicator)

indicator (description after fact)
indicator (description after fact)

(description indicator + dot: placed above a symbol to indicate meanings equivalent to an English past participle, usually with an -ed or -en ending) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (description before fact)
indicator (description before fact)

(dot + description indicator: the dot comes before the indicator: placed above a symbol to produce meanings equivalent to English words ending in -able) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (description)
indicator (description)

(evaluation [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to show that it is describing or evaluating something. This indicator produces meanings equivalent to English adjectives and adverbs.) - Character (indicator)

indicator (future action)
indicator (future action)

(future [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to indicate future action) - Character (indicator)

indicator (future conditional)
indicator (future conditional)

(conditional indicator + future action indicator: placed above a symbol to indicate the future conditional form) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (future passive)
indicator (future passive)

(passive indicator + future action indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (future passive conditional)
indicator (future passive conditional)

(passive indicator + future conditional indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (passive)
indicator (passive)

(action indicator [modified], turned on its side and pointing backward: placed above a symbol to emphasize that something is being acted upon. The symbol is logically related to by.) - Character (indicator)

indicator (past action)
indicator (past action)

(past [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to indicate past action) - Character (indicator)

indicator (past conditional)
indicator (past conditional)

(conditional indicator + past action indicator: placed above a symbol to indicate the past conditional form) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (past passive conditional)
indicator (past passive conditional)

(passive indicator + past conditional indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (past passive)
indicator (past passive)

(passive indicator + past action indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (present passive conditional)
indicator (present passive conditional)

(passive indicator + conditional indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (thing)
indicator (thing)

(thing [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to represent a concrete object) - Character (indicator)

indicator (things)
indicator (things)

(thing indicator + plural indicator) - Character (superimposed - indicator)

indicator (plural)
indicator (plural)

(multiplication [quarter-sized]: placed above a symbol to indicate a plural form) - Character (indicator)

a,an,any
a,an,any

(diagonal line suggests an index finger pointing at something unspecific. The diagonal line has the opposite orientation to the one used in the, this and that.) - Character