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Manat Sign

U+20BC

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Name Manat Sign
Unicode number
U+20BC
HTML-code
₼
CSS-code
\20BC
BlockCurrency Symbols
Unicode version:7.0.0 (2014)

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Character description

Manat is the national currency of Azerbaijan; The currency code is USO 4217 AZN (formerly AZM). It consists of 100 gepiks. In addition, during the USSR, the Soviet ruble in the Azerbaijani, Turkmen, and Georgian languages was called «manat». According to the main version, the word «manat» comes from the Russian word «coin».

The symbol of manat is formed on the basis of the Latin letter «m» (the first letter in the name). As in many currency symbols, a technique with a stroke that crosses the symbol is used. The symbol of manat bears only a passing resemblance to the euro placed on its side. It originally appeared in 2006 on a 100-manat banknote. The author of the symbol is Austrian designer Robert Kalina.

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Encoding

Encoding hex dec (bytes) dec binary
UTF-8 E2 82 BC 226 130 188 14844604 11100010 10000010 10111100
UTF-16BE 20 BC 32 188 8380 00100000 10111100
UTF-16LE BC 20 188 32 48160 10111100 00100000
UTF-32BE 00 00 20 BC 0 0 32 188 8380 00000000 00000000 00100000 10111100
UTF-32LE BC 20 00 00 188 32 0 0 3156213760 10111100 00100000 00000000 00000000