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Arabic

Circled:

①
U+2460
②
U+2461
③
U+2462
④
U+2463
⑤
U+2464
⑥
U+2465
⑦
U+2466
⑧
U+2467
⑨
U+2468
⑩
U+2469
⑪
U+246A
⑫
U+246B
⑬
U+246C
⑭
U+246D
⑮
U+246E
⑯
U+246F
⑰
U+2470
⑱
U+2471
⑲
U+2472
⑳
U+2473

Negative circled:

❶
U+2776
❷
U+2777
❸
U+2778
❹
U+2779
❺
U+277A
❻
U+277B
❼
U+277C
❽
U+277D
❾
U+277E
❿
U+277F
⓫
U+24EB
⓬
U+24EC
⓭
U+24ED
⓮
U+24EE
⓯
U+24EF
⓰
U+24F0
⓱
U+24F1
⓲
U+24F2
⓳
U+24F3
⓴
U+24F4
⓿
U+24FF
❶
U+2776
❷
U+2777
❸
U+2778
❹
U+2779
❺
U+277A
❻
U+277B
❼
U+277C
❽
U+277D
❾
U+277E
❿
U+277F

Double circled:

⓵
U+24F5
⓶
U+24F6
⓷
U+24F7
⓸
U+24F8
⓹
U+24F9
⓺
U+24FA
⓻
U+24FB
⓼
U+24FC
⓽
U+24FD
⓾
U+24FE

Fractions:

¼
U+00BC
½
U+00BD
¾
U+00BE
⅐
U+2150
⅑
U+2151
⅒
U+2152
⅓
U+2153
⅔
U+2154
⅕
U+2155
⅖
U+2156
⅗
U+2157
⅘
U+2158
⅙
U+2159
⅚
U+215A
⅛
U+215B
⅜
U+215C
⅝
U+215D
⅞
U+215E
⅟
U+215F

Parenthesized:

⑴
U+2474
⑵
U+2475
⑶
U+2476
⑷
U+2477
⑸
U+2478
⑹
U+2479
⑺
U+247A
⑻
U+247B
⑼
U+247C
⑽
U+247D
⑾
U+247E
⑿
U+247F
⒀
U+2480
⒁
U+2481
⒂
U+2482
⒃
U+2483
⒄
U+2484
⒅
U+2485
⒆
U+2486
⒇
U+2487

Full stop:

⒈
U+2488
⒉
U+2489
⒊
U+248A
⒋
U+248B
⒌
U+248C
⒍
U+248D
⒎
U+248E
⒏
U+248F
⒐
U+2490
⒑
U+2491
⒒
U+2492
⒓
U+2493
⒔
U+2494
⒕
U+2495
⒖
U+2496
⒗
U+2497
⒘
U+2498
⒙
U+2499
⒚
U+249A
⒛
U+249B

Bold, double-struck:

𝟎
U+1D7CE
𝟏
U+1D7CF
𝟐
U+1D7D0
𝟑
U+1D7D1
𝟒
U+1D7D2
𝟓
U+1D7D3
𝟔
U+1D7D4
𝟕
U+1D7D5
𝟖
U+1D7D6
𝟗
U+1D7D7
𝟘
U+1D7D8
𝟙
U+1D7D9
𝟚
U+1D7DA
𝟛
U+1D7DB
𝟜
U+1D7DC
𝟝
U+1D7DD
𝟞
U+1D7DE
𝟟
U+1D7DF
𝟠
U+1D7E0
𝟡
U+1D7E1
𝟢
U+1D7E2
𝟣
U+1D7E3
𝟤
U+1D7E4
𝟥
U+1D7E5
𝟦
U+1D7E6
𝟧
U+1D7E7
𝟨
U+1D7E8
𝟩
U+1D7E9
𝟪
U+1D7EA
𝟫
U+1D7EB
𝟬
U+1D7EC
𝟭
U+1D7ED
𝟮
U+1D7EE
𝟯
U+1D7EF
𝟰
U+1D7F0
𝟱
U+1D7F1
𝟲
U+1D7F2
𝟳
U+1D7F3
𝟴
U+1D7F4
𝟵
U+1D7F5
𝟶
U+1D7F6
𝟷
U+1D7F7
𝟸
U+1D7F8
𝟹
U+1D7F9
𝟺
U+1D7FA
𝟻
U+1D7FB
𝟼
U+1D7FC
𝟽
U+1D7FD
𝟾
U+1D7FE
𝟿
U+1D7FF

Roman:

Ⅰ – 1 ; ⅩⅠ — 11

Ⅱ – 2 ; ⅩⅡ — 12

Ⅲ – 3 ; ⅩⅢ — 13

Ⅳ – 4 ; ⅩⅣ — 14

Ⅴ – 5 ; ⅩⅤ — 15

Ⅵ – 6 ; ⅩⅥ — 16

Ⅶ – 7 ; ⅩⅦ — 17

Ⅷ – 8 ; ⅩⅧ — 18

Ⅸ – 9 ; ⅩⅨ — 19

Ⅹ – 10 ; ⅩⅩ — 20

Ⅽ – 50 ; ⅩⅩⅠ — 21

Ⅾ — 100

Ⅿ — 500

ↁ — 1000

ↂ – 10000

Arab for Arabs = Indian Devanagari writing = understandable to us

٠ = ० = 0

١ = १ = 1

٢ = २ = 2

٣ = ३ = 3

٤ = ४ = 4

٥ = ५ = 5

٦ = ६ = 6

٧ = ७ = 7

٨ = ८ = 8

٩ = ९ = 9

On this page you can find beautiful Arabic numerals that cannot be typed. They can be copied and pasted where you cannot change the font (in social networks, for example). In addition to the numbers used by Europeans there are real ones that are used by the Arabs themselves. Here are also Roman and Indian numerals.

It is believed that the Arabic numeral system originated in India, around the V century, but maybe even before and in Babylon. Arabic numerals are called so, because they came to Europe from the Arabs. First – to the Muslim part of Spain and in the X century Pope Sylvester II already urged to give up bulky Latin writing. A serious impetus to the spread of Arabic numerals was the Latin translation of Muhammad al-Khwarizmi’s book called “On the Indian Account”.

The Indo-Arabic system of writing numbers is decimal. Every number is made up of 10 characters. Unicode uses hexadecimal numbers. It is more convenient than Roman one because it is positional. In such systems the value of the figure depends on its position in the number. In the number 90 9 means ninety, and in 951 – nine hundred. In non-positional systems the location of the symbol does not play any role. Roman x means ten and it means the same in the number XII and in the number MXC. Many nations wrote numbers in a similar non-positional way. The Greeks and Slavs have some letters of the alphabet that had a digital value.

If some of these characters are too big then here you can find superscript and subscript numbers. Superscript and subscript letters are on this page.