HTML codes and HTML special characters: The complete list

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There are a lot of different letters, characters, special characters, symbols and icons which you may want to use in your website content but when you do, they don’t display as they should. To make sure they do display correctly, you need to use HTML codes. Every single letter, character, symbol and icon has its own HTML code which you just need to place in your HTML. We’ve created a complete list of all HTML codes for the various characters, special characters, letters, symbols and icons. You can easily copy these HTML codes and past them into your HTML so they show up correctly within the contents on your website. Where available, we’ve added the friendly HTML code (entity name), the numerical HTML code (entity number) and the HEX code so you’ll always find the right code you need.

Before you use one of the below codes on your website, make sure your HTML document uses the correct encoding so you are sure that the HTML codes and HTML special codes are displayed properly. To make sure your HTML uses the correct encoding, you should make sure that you use the Unicode character set. This Unicode character set must be set in the head section of your HTML document. This is done by using a meta with the charset attribute and the value UTF-8. Just copy and paste the following meta into your head section and all the below HTML characters will be displayed perfectly so you’re good to go.

<meta charset="UTF-8">

If you aren’t working with HTML5 yet, you’ll want to use the following meta (outdated).

<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />

Disclaimer for mobile users: There is simply too less space for a second menu, which results in an endless scroll on mobile. Visit this page on a desktop/laptop to quickly find the right character, letter, et cetera.

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Letters

This comprehensive list of HTML codes starts with the 26 letters of the alphabet. Most letters have a special character, so we’ve expanded this list with all HTML special characters for each letter of the alphabet.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
A A &#65; &#x41; Capital A
a a &#97; &#x61; Lowercase A
À &Agrave; &#192; &#xC0; Capital A-grave
à &agrave; &#224; &#xE0; Lowercase A-grave
Á &Aacute; &#193; &#xC1; Capital A-acute
á &aacute; &#225; &#xE1; Lowercase A-acute
 &Acirc; &#194; &#xC2; Capital A-circumflex
â &acirc; &#226; &#xE2; Lowercase A-circumflex
à &Atilde; &#195; &#xC3; Capital A-tilde
ã &atilde; &#227; &#xE3; Lowercase A-tilde
Ä &Auml; &#196; &#xC4; Capital A-umlaut
ä &auml; &#228; &#xE4; Lowercase A-umlaut
Å &Aring; &#197; &#xC5; Capital A-ring
å &aring; &#229; &#xE5; Lowercase A-umlaut
Ā   &#256; &#x100; Capital A-macron
ā   &#257; &#x101; Lowercase A-macron
Ă   &#258; &#x102; Capital A-breve
ă   &#259; &#x103; Lowercase A-breve
Ą   &#260; &#x104; Capital A-ogonek
ą   &#261; &#x105; Lowercase A-ogonek
Ǟ   &#478; &#x1DE; Capital A-diaeresis and macron
ǟ   &#479; &#x1DF; Lowercase A-diaeresis and macron
Ǻ   &#506; &#x1FA; Capital A-acute ring
ǻ   &#507; &#x1FB; Lowercase A-acute ring
Æ &AElig; &#198; &#xC6; Capital AE Ligature
æ &aelig; &#230; &#xE6; Lowercase AE Ligature
Ǽ   &#508; &#x1FC; Capital AE Ligature-acute
ǽ   &#509; &#x1FD; Lowercase AE Ligature-acute
B B &#66; &#x42; Capital B
b b &#98; &#x62; Lowercase B
  &#7682; &#x1E02; Capital B-dot
  &#7683; &#x1E03; Lowercase B-dot
C C &#67; &#x43; Capital C
c c &#99; &#x63; Lowercase C
Ć   &#262; &#x106; Capital C-acute
ć   &#263; &#x107; Lowercase C-acute
Ç &Ccedil; &#199; &#xC7; Capital C-cedilla
ç &ccedil; &#231; &#xE7; Lowercase C-cedilla
Č   &#268; &#x10C; Capital C-hachek
č   &#269; &#x10D; Lowercase C-hachek
Ĉ   &#264; &#x108; Capital C-circumflex
ĉ   &#265; &#x109; Lowercase C-circumflex
Ċ   &#266; &#x10A; Capital C-dot
ċ   &#267; &#x10B; Lowercase C-dot
D D &#68; &#x44; Capital D
d d &#100; &#x64; Lowercase D
  &#7696; &#x1E10; Capital D-cedilla
  &#7697; &#x1E11; Lowercase D-cedilla
Ď   &#270; &#x10E; Capital D-hachek
ď   &#271; &#x10F; Lowercase D-hachek
  &#7690; &#x1E0A; Capital D-dot
  &#7691; &#x1E0B; Lowercase D-dot
Đ   &#272; &#x110; Capital D-stroke
đ   &#273; &#x111; Lowercase D-stroke
Ð &ETH; &#208; &#xD0; Capital Eth (Icelandic)
ð &eth; &#240; &#xF0; Lowercase Eth (Icelandic)
DZ or Dz   &#497; or &498; &#x1F1; or &#x1F2; Capital DZ Ligature
dz   &#499; &#x1F3; Lowercase DZ Ligature
DŽ or Dž   &#452; or &#453; &#x1C4; or &#x1C5; Capital DZ-hachek
dž   &#454; &#x1C6; Lowercase DZ-hachek
E E &#69; &#x45; Capital E
e e &#101; &#x65; Lowercase E
È &Egrave; &#200; &#xC8; Capital E-grave
è &egrave; &#232; &#xE8; Lowercase E-grave
É &Eacute; &#201; &#xC9; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; &#xE9; Lowercase E-acute
Ě   &#282; &#x11A; Capital E-hachek
ě   &#283; &#x11B; Lowercase E-hachek
Ê &Ecirc; &#202; &#xCA; Capital E-circumflex
ê &ecirc; &#234; &#xEA; Lowercase E-circumflex
Ë &Euml; &#203; &#xCB; Capital E-umlaut
ë &euml; &#235; &#xEB; Lowercase E-umlaut
Ē   &#274; &#x112; Capital E-macron
ē   &#275; &#x113; Lowercase E-macron
Ĕ   &#276; &#x114; Capital E-breve
ĕ   &#277; &#x115; Lowercase E-breve
Ę   &#280; &#x118; Capital E-ogonek
ę   &#281; &#x119; Lowercase E-ogonek
Ė   &#278; &#x116; Capital E-dot
ė   &#279; &#x117; Lowercase E-dot
Ʒ   &#439; &#x1B7; Capital Ezh
ʒ   &#658; &#x292; Lowercase Ezh
Ǯ   &#494; &#x1EE; Capital Ezh-hachek
ǯ   &#495; &#x1EF; Lowercase Ezh-hachek
F F &#70; &#x46; Capital F
f f &#102; &#x66; Lowercase F
  &#7710; &#x1E1E; Capital F-dot
  &#7711; &#x1E1F; Lowercase F-dot
ƒ   &#402; &#x192; Lowercase F-hook
  &#64256; &#xFB00; Lowercase FF Ligature
  &#64257; &#xFB01; Lowercase FI Ligature
  &#64258; &#xFB02; Lowercase FL Ligature
  &#64259; &#xFB03; Lowercase FFI Ligature
  &#64260; &#xFB04; Lowercase FFL Ligature
  &#64261; &#xFB05; Lowercase FT Ligature
G G &#71; &#x47; Capital G
g g &#103; &#x67; Lowercase G
Ǵ   &#500; &#x1F4; Capital G-acute
ǵ   &#501; &#x1F5; Lowercase G-acute
Ģ   &#290; &#x122; Capital G-cedilla
ģ   &#291; &#x123; Lowercase G-cedilla
Ǧ   &#486; &#x1E6; Capital G-hachek
ǧ   &#487; &#x1E7; Lowercase G-hachek
Ĝ   &#284; &#x11C; Capital G-circumflex
ĝ   &#285; &#x11D; Lowercase G-circumflex
Ğ   &#286; &#x11E; Capital G-breve
ğ   &#287; &#x11F; Lowercase G-breve
Ġ   &#288; &#x120; Capital G-dot
ġ   &#289; &#x121; Lowercase G-dot
Ǥ   &#484; &#x1E4; Capital G-stroke
ǥ   &#485; &#x1E5; Lowercase G-stroke
H H &#72; &#x48; Capital H
h h &#104; &#x68; Lowercase H
Ĥ   &#292; &#x124; Capital H-circumflex
ĥ   &#293; &#x125; Lowercase H-circumflex
Ħ   &#294; &#x126; Capital H-stroke
ħ   &#295; &#x127; Lowercase H-stroke
I I &#73; &#x49; Capital I
i i &#105; &#x69; Lowercase I
Ì &Igrave; &#204; &#xCC; Capital I-grave
ì &igrave; &#236; &#xEC; Lowercase I-grave
Í &Iacute; &#205; &#xCD; Capital I-acute
í &iacute; &#237; &#xED; Lowercase I-acute
Î &Icirc; &#206; &#xCE; Capital I-circumflex
î &icirc; &#238; &#xEE; Lowercase I-circumflex
Ĩ   &#296; &#x128; Capital I-tilde
ĩ   &#297; &#x129; Lowercase I-tilde
Ï &Iuml; &#207; &#xCF; Capital I-umlaut
ï &iuml; &#239; &#xEF; Lowercase I-umlaut
Ī   &#298; &#x12A; Capital I-macron
ī   &#299; &#x12B; Lowercase I-macron
Ĭ   &#300; &#x12C; Capital I-breve
ĭ   &#301; &#x12D; Lowercase I-breve
Į   &#302; &#x12E; Capital I-ogonek
į   &#303; &#x12F; Lowercase I-ogonek
İ   &#304; &#x130; Capital I-dot
ı   &#305; &#x131; Lowercase I-dotless
IJ   &#306; &#x132; Capital IJ Ligature
ij   &#307; &#x133; Lowercase IJ Ligature
J J &#74; &#x4A; Capital J
j j &#106; &#x6A; Lowercase J
Ĵ   &#308; &#x134; Capital J-circumflex
ĵ   &#309; &#x135; Lowercase J-circumflex
K K &#75; &#x4B; Capital K
k k &#107; &#x6B; Lowercase K
  &#7728; &#x1E30; Capital K-acute
  &#7729; &#x1E31; Lowercase K-acute
Ķ   &#310; &#x136; Capital K-cedilla
ķ   &#311; &#x137; Lowercase K-cedilla
Ǩ   &#488; &#x1E8; Capital K-hachek
ǩ   &#489; &#x1E9; Lowercase K-hachek
ĸ   &#312; &#x138; Small Capital K
L L &#76; &#x4C; Capital L
l l &#108; &#x6C; Lowercase L
Ĺ   &#313; &#x139; Capital L-acute
ĺ   &#314; &#x13A; Lowercase L-acute
Ļ   &#315; &#x13B; Capital L-cedilla
ļ   &#316; &#x13C; Lowercase L-cedilla
Ľ   &#317; &#x13D; Capital L-hachek
ľ   &#318; &#x13E; Lowercase L-hachek
Ŀ   &#319; &#x13F; Capital L-middle dot
ŀ   &#320; &#x140; Lowercase L-middle dot
Ł   &#321; &#x141; Capital L-stroke
ł   &#322; &#x142; Lowercase L-stroke
LJ or Lj   &#455; or &#456; &#x1C7; or &#x1C8; Capital LJ Ligature
lj   &#457; &#x1C9; Lowercase LJ Ligature
M M &#77; &#x4D; Capital M
m m &#109; &#x6D; Lowercase M
  &#7744; &#x1E40; Capital M-dot
  &#7745; &#x1E41; Lowercase M-dot
N N &#78; &#x4E; Capital N
n n &#110; &#x6E; Lowercase N
Ń   &#323; &#x143; Capital N-acute
ń   &#324; &#x144; Lowercase N-acute
Ņ   &#325; &#x145; Capital N-cedilla
ņ   &#326; &#x146; Lowercase N-cedilla
Ň   &#327; &#x147; Capital N-hachek
ň   &#328; &#x148; Lowercase N-hachek
Ñ &Ntilde; &#209; &#xD1; Capital N-tilde
ñ &ntilde; &#241; &#xF1; Lowercase N-tilde
ʼn   &#329; &#x149; Lowercase N-apostrophe (before)
Ŋ   &#330; &#x14A; Capital Eng
ŋ   &#331; &#x14B; Lowercase Eng
NJ or Nj   &#458; or &#459; &#x1CA; or &#x1CB; Capital NJ Ligature
nj   &#460; &#x1CC; Lowercase NJ Ligature
O O &#79; &#x4F; Capital O
o o &#111; &#x6F; Lowercase O
Ò &Ograve; &#210; &#xD2; Capital O-grave
ò &ograve; &#242; &#xF2; Lowercase O-grave
Ó &Oacute; &#211; &#xD3; Capital O-acute
ó &oacute; &#243; &#xF3; Lowercase O-acute
Ô &Ocirc; &#212; &#xD4; Capital O-circumflex
ô &ocirc; &#244; &#xF4; Lowercase O-circumflex
Õ &Otilde; &#213; &#xD5; Capital O-tilde
õ &otilde; &#245; &#xF5; Lowercase O-tilde
Ö &Ouml; &#214; &#xD6; Capital O-umlaut
ö &ouml; &#246; &#xF6; Lowercase O-umlaut
Ō   &#332; &#x14C; Capital O-macron
ō   &#333; &#x14D; Lowercase O-macron
Ŏ   &#334; &#x14E; Capital O-breve
ŏ   &#335; &#x14F; Lowercase O-breve
Ø &Oslash; &#216; &#xD8; Capital O-slash
ø &oslash; &#248; &#xF8; Lowercase O-slash
Ő   &#336; &#x150; Capital O-double acute
ő   &#337; &#x151; Lowercase O-double acute
Ǿ   &#510; &#x1FE; Capital O-acute slash
ǿ   &#511; &#x1FF; Lowercase O-acute slash
Π&OElig; &#338; &#x152; Capital OE Ligature
œ &oelig; &#339; &#x153; Lowercase OE Ligature
P P &#80; &#x50; Capital P
p p &#112; &#x70; Lowercase P
  &#7766; &#x1E56; Capital P-dot
  &#7767; &#x1E57; Lowercase P-dot
Q Q &#81; &#x51; Capital Q
q q &#113; &#x71; Lowercase Q
R R &#82; &#x52; Capital R
r r &#114; &#x72; Lowercase R
Ŕ   &#340; &#x154; Capital R-acute
ŕ   &#341; &#x155; Lowercase R-acute
Ŗ   &#342; &#x156; Capital R-cedilla
ŗ   &#343; &#x157; Lowercase R-cedilla
Ř   &#344; &#x158; Capital R-hachek
ř   &#345; &#x159; Lowercase R-hachek
ɼ   &#636; &#x27C; Lowercase R-Long leg
S S &#83; &#x53; Capital S
s s &#115; &#x73; Lowercase S
Ś   &#346; &#x15A; Capital S-acute
ś   &#347; &#x15B; Lowercase S-acute
Ş   &#350; &#x15E; Capital S-cedilla
ş   &#351; &#x15F; Lowercase S-cedilla
Š   &#352; &#x160; Capital S-hachek
š   &#353; &#x161; Lowercase S-hachek
Ŝ   &#348; &#x15C; Capital S-circumflex
ŝ   &#349; &#x15D; Lowercase S-circumflex
  &#7776; &#x1E60; Capital S-dot
  &#7777; &#x1E61; Lowercase S-dot
ſ   &#383; &#x17F; Lowercase S-long
ß &szlig; &#223; &#xDF; Lowercase SZ Ligature
T T &#84; &#x54; Capital T
t t &#116; &#x74; Lowercase T
Ţ   &#354; &#x162; Capital T-cedilla
ţ   &#355; &#x163; Lowercase T-cedilla
Ť   &#356; &#x164; Capital T-hachek
ť   &#357; &#x165; Lowercase T-hachek
  &#7786; &#x1E6A; Capital T-dot
  &#7787; &#x1E6B; Lowercase T-dot
Ŧ   &#358; &#x166; Capital T-stroke
ŧ   &#359; &#x167; Lowercase T-stroke
Þ &THORN; &#222; &#xDE; Capital Thorn
þ &thorn; &#254; &#xFE; Lowercase Thorn
U U &#85; &#x55; Capital U
u u &#117; &#x75; Lowercase U
Ù &Ugrave; &#217; &#xD9; Capital U-grave
ù &ugrave; &#249; &#xF9; Lowercase U-grave
Ú &Uacute; &#218; &#xDA; Capital U-acute
ú &uacute; &#250; &#xFA; Lowercase U-acute
Û &Ucirc; &#219; &#xDB; Capital U-circumflex
û &ucirc; &#251; &#xFB; Lowercase U-circumflex
Ũ   &#360; &#x168; Capital U-tilde
ũ   &#361; &#x169; Lowercase U-tilde
Ü &Uuml; &#220; &#xDC; Capital U-umlaut
ü &uuml; &#252; &#xFC; Lowercase U-umlaut
Ů   &#366; &#x16E; Capital U-ring
ů   &#367; &#x16F; Lowercase U-ring
Ū   &#362; &#x16A; Capital U-macron
ū   &#363; &#x16B; Lowercase U-macron
Ŭ   &#364; &#x16C; Capital U-breve
ŭ   &#365; &#x16D; Lowercase U-breve
Ų   &#370; &#x172; Capital U-ogonek
ų   &#371; &#x173; Lowercase U-ogonek
Ű   &#368; &#x170; Capital U-double acute
ű   &#369; &#x171; Lowercase U-double acute
V V &#86; &#x56; Capital V
v v &#118; &#x76; Lowercase V
W W &#87; &#x57; Capital W
w w &#119; &#x77; Lowercase W
  &#7808; &#x1E80; Capital W-grave
  &#7809; &#x1E81; Lowercase W-grave
  &#7810; &#x1E82; Capital W-acute
  &#7811; &#x1E83; Lowercase W-acute
Ŵ   &#372; &#x174; Capital W-circumflex
ŵ   &#373; &#x175; Lowercase W-circumflex
  &#7812; &#x1E84; Capital W-umlaut
  &#7813; &#x1E85; Lowercase W-umlaut
X X &#88; &#x58; Capital X
x x &#120; &#x78; Lowercase X
Y Y &#89; &#x59; Capital Y
y y &#121; &#x79; Lowercase Y
  &#7922; &#x1EF2; Capital Y-grave
  &#7923; &#x1EF3; Lowercase Y-grave
Ý &Yacute; &#221; &#xDD; Capital Y-acute
ý &yacute; &#253; &#xFD; Lowercase Y-acute
Ŷ   &#374; &#x176; Capital Y-circumflex
ŷ   &#375; &#x177; Lowercase Y-circumflex
Ÿ &Yuml; &#159; &#x9F; Capital Y-umlaut
ÿ &yuml; &#255; &#xFF; Lowercase Y-umlaut
Z Z &#90; &#x5A; Capital Z
z z &#122; &#x7A; Lowercase Z
Ź   &#377; &#x179; Capital Z-acute
ź   &#378; &#x17A; Lowercase Z-acute
Ž   &#381; &#x17D; Capital Z-hachek
ž   &#382; &#x17E; Lowercase Z-hachek
Ż   &#379; &#x17B; Capital Z-dot
ż   &#380; &#x17C; Lowercase Z-dot

Characters, special characters and symbols

Besides letters, there are a lot of other characters, special characters and symbols that you can use on your HTML. We’ve divided these characters, special characters and symbols into the following seven categories: punctuation, currencies, mathematical, pronunciation, diacritics and ASCII sub-set, so finding the character, special character or symbol that you are looking for will be like a walk in the park.

Punctuation

Punctuations are characters that are used in texts so the readability of texts become better. Punctuation sometimes also indicates how a sentence should be pronounced, or what a word or sentence means.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
    &#09; &#x09; Horizontal Tab
    &#10; &#x10; Line Feed
    &#32; &#x20; Space
! ! &#33; &#x21; Exclamation Point
" &quot; &#34; &#x22; Double Quote
# # &#35; &#x23; Number Sign
& &amp; &#38; &#x26; Ampersand
' ' &#39; &#x27; Single Quote
( ( &#40; &#x28; Left Parenthesis
) ) &#41; &#x29; Right Parenthesis
* * &#42; &#x2A; Asterisk (Star)
, , &#44; &#x2C; Comma
- - &#45; &#x2D; Hyphen
. . &#46; &#x2E; Period
/ / &#47; &#x2F; Forward Slash
: : &#58; &#x3A; Colon
; ; &#59; &#x3B; Semi-Colon
? ? &#63; &#x3F; Question Mark
@ @ &#64; &#x40; At Sign
[ [ &#91; &#x5B; Left Square Bracket
\ \ &#92; &#x5C; Back Slash
] ] &#93; &#x5D; Right Square Bracket
^ ^ &#94; &#x5E; Caret
_ _ &#95; &#x5F; Underscore
{ { &#123; &#x7B; Left Curly Brace
| | &#124; &#x7C; Vertical Bar
} } &#125; &#x7D; Right Curly Brace
~ &tilde; &#126; &#x7E; Vertical Bar
&sbquo; &#130; &#x82; Single Low Quote
&dbquo; &#132; &#x84; Double Low Quote
  &#133; &#x85; Elipsis
&dagger; &#134; &#x86; Dagger
&Dagger; &#135; &#x87; Double Dagger
&lsaquo; &#139; &#x8B; Left Single Angle Quote
&lsquo; &#145; &#x91; Left Single Quote
&rsquo; &#146; &#x92; Right Single Quote
&ldquo; &#147; &#x93; Left Double Quote
&rdquo; &#148; &#x94; Right Double Quote
  &#149; &#x95; Small Bullet
&ndash; &#150; &#x96; En Dash
&mdash; &#151; &#x97; Em Dash
&trade; &#153; &#x99; Trademark
&rsaquo; &#155; &#x9B; Right Single Angle Quote
  &nbsp; &#160; &#xA0; Non-Breaking Space
¡ &iexcl; &#161; &#xA1; Inverted Exclamation Point
¦ &brvbar; &#166; &#xA6; Broken Vertical Bar
© &copy; &#169; &#xA9; Copyright
ª &ordf; &#170; &#xAA; Feminine Ordinal Indicator
« &laquo; &#171; &#xAB; Left Angle Quote
¬ &not; &#172; &#xAC; Not Sign
­ &shy; &#173; &#xAD; Soft Hyphen
® &reg; &#174; &#xAE; Registered Symbol
° &deg; &#176; &#xB0; Degree
² &sup2; &#178; &#xB2; Superscript 2
³ &sup3; &#179; &#xB3; Superscript 3
µ &micro; &#181; &#xB5; Micro Sign
&para; &#182; &#xB6; Pilcrow (Paragraph Sign)
· &middot; &#183; &#xB7; Middle Dot
¹ &sup1; &#185; &#xB9; Superscript 1
º &ordm; &#186; &#xBA; Masculine Ordinal Indicator
» &raquo; &#187; &#xBB; Right Angle Quote
¿ &iquest; &#191; &#xBF; Inverted Question Mark
  &#8453; &#x2105; Care Of
  &#8319; &#x207F; Superscript N
§ &sect; &#167; &#xA7; Section Mark
¨ &iquest; &#191; &#xBF; Inverted Question Mark
  &#8213; &#x2015; Horizontal Bar
  &#8227; &#x2023; Triangle Bullet
&oline; &#8254; &#x203E; Overline
  &#8252; &#x203C; Double Exclamation Point
  &#8470; &#x2116; Number Word

Currencies

Several currencies have their own HTML character which you can use on your website. Find the HTML character from the HTML currency code list below.

Symbol Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
$ $ &#36; &#x24; Dollar Sign
&euro; &#128; &#x80; Euro Symbol
£ &pound; &#163; &#xA3; Pound Sterling
¥ &yen; &#165; &#xA4; Yen Symbol
¢ &cent; &#162; &#xA2; Cent Sign
  &#8355; &#x20A3; Franc Sign
  &#8356; &#x20A4; Lira Symbol
  &#8359; &#x20A7; Peseta Sign
¤ &curren; &#164; &#xA4; Generic Currency Symbol
% % &#37; &#x25; Percent
  &#137; &#x2030; Per Thousand

Mathematical

There are quite a few mathematical HTML characters which you can use on your website. This list of HTML mathematical characters will help you find the right mathematical character to display in your HTML.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
  &#8722; &#x2212; Minus Sign
+ + &#43; &#x2B; Plus Sign
± &plusmn; &#177; &#xB1; Plus or Minus Sign
× &times; &#215; &#xD7; Multiplication Sign
÷ &divide; &#247; &#xF7; Division Sign
% % &#37; &#x25; Percent Sign
  &#137; &#x2030; Per Mille Sign (per thousand)
= = &#61; &#x3D; Equal Sign
  &#8800; &#x2260; Not Equal To Sign
  &#8776; &#x2248; Approximately Equal Sign
  &#8801; &#x2261; Identical To Sign
< &lt; &#60; &#x3C; Less Than Sign
> &gt; &#62; &#x3E; Greater Than Sign
  &#8804; &#x2264; Less Than or Equal To Sign
  &#8805; &#x2265; Greater Than or Equal To Sign
  &#8734; &#x221E; Infinity Sign
  &#8539; &#x215B; One Eighth Fraction
¼ &frac14; &#188; &#xBC; One Quarter Fraction
  &#8540; &#x215C; Three Eighths Fraction
½ &frac12; &#189; &#xBD; One Half Fraction
  &#8541; &#x215D; Five Eighths Fraction
¾ &frac34; &#190; &#xBE; Three Quarters Fraction
  &#8542; &#x215E; Seven Eighths Fraction
  &#8747; &#x222B; Integral Sign
  &#8706; &#x2202; Partial Differential Sign
  &#8710; &#x2206; Increment Sign
  &#8719; &#x220F; N-ary Product Sign
  &#8721; &#x2211; N-ary Sum Sign
  &#8730; &#x221A; Square Root Sign
  &#8735; &#x221F; Right Angle Sign
  &#8745; &#x2229; Intersection Sign
  &#8729; &#x2219; Bullet Operator
ƒ   &#131; &#x83; Function Sign
  &#8260; &#x2044; Fraction Slash

Pronunciation

Pronunciation characters will help the readers of a text understand how a word should be spoken. Below you’ll find all HTML pronunciation characters which you can use in your HTML.

Characters IPA Entity name Code / IPA Example
ă  æ none / &aelig; &#259; / &#230; cat
ā  e none / e &#257; / e day
â    &acirc; / none &#226; / none bear
ä  a &auml; / a &#228; / a father
b b b / b b / b boy
ch ç ch / &ccedil; ch / &#231; chair
d d d / d d / d day or played
ĕ  ε none / &epsilon; &#277; / &#949; pet
ē  i none / i &#275; / i see
f φ none / &phi; f / &#966; fine or photo or tough
g g g / g g / g give
h h h / h h / h hat
ĭ  I none / I &#301; / I pit
ī  ai none / ai &#299; / ai die or my
î    &icirc; / none &#238; / none ear
j j j / j j / j jenn or gentle
k k k / k k / k cat or kick or pique
l l l / l l / l lit or gentle
m m m / m m / m mat
n n n / n n / n no or knit or sudden
ng ŋ ng / none ng / &#331;  sing
ŏ  ɔ none / none &#335; / &#596; pot
ō  o none / o &#333; / o tow
ô  ɒ  ô / none &#244; / &#594; paw
ŏŏ  * ɣ  none / none &#335;&#335; / &#611; book
ōō  * u none / u &#333;&#333; / u boot
ou au ou / au ou / au out
p p p / p p / p pet
r r r / r r / r red
s s s / s s / s say or fence
š  none / &int; &#353; / &#8747; shed
t t t / t t / t tip or ripped
th θ  th / &theta; th / &#952; thin
th þ  th (in italics) / &thorn; th / &#254; this
ŭ  ɐ  none / none &#365; / &#592; or &#x0250; cut
ûr   &ucirc;r / none &#251r / none urge or term or firm
v v v / v v / v vat
w w w / w w / w with
y y y / y y / y yes
zh ʒ  zh / none zh / &#658; vision or pleasure
z z z / z z / z zebra or xylophone
ə  ə  none / none &#601; / &#601; again or vision
ɚ  ɚ  none / none &#602; / &#602; better
´    &acute; / none &#180; / none primary accent: glo´ bal
˝    none / none &#733; / none secondary accent: glo´ ba lize˝

Diacritics

There are a lot of letters and characters that have a glyph or accent added to the letter or character. These diacritics can make the pronunciation or meaning of a word different. This HTML diacritics list will allow you to display the right diacritic on your website.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
`   &#96; &#x60; Grave Accent
ˆ   &#136; &#x88; Hachek
˜ &tilde; &#152; &#x98; Tilde
¨ &uml; &#168; &#xA8; Umlaut
¯ &macr; &#175; &#xAF; Macron
´ &acute; &#180; &#xB4; Acute
¸ &cedil; &#184; &#xB8; Cedilla
˘   &#728; &#x2D8; Breve
˙   &#729; &#x2D9; Dot
˚   &#730; &#x2DA; Ring
˛   &#731; &#x2DB; Ring
˜   &#732; &#x2DC; Small Tilde
˝   &#733; &#x2DD; Double Accent

ASCII subset of Unicode

The ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) subset of Unicode includes the numbers, letters and characters which are basically the most-known characters. The ASCII subset includes the numbers 0 to 9, the lower case letters a to z, upper case letters A to Z and some basic punctuation and control codes. The following ASCII HTML list includes all ASCII subset Unicode HTML codes.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
    &#09; &#x09; Horizontal Tab
    &#10; &#x10; Line feed
    &#32; &#x20; space
!   &#33; &#x21; Exclamation point
" &quot; &#34; &#x22; Double quote
#   &#35; &#x23; Number sign
$   &#36; &#x24; Dollar sign
%   &#37; &#x25; Percent sign
& &amp; &#38; &#x26; Ampersand (and sign)
'   &#39; &#x27; Single quote
(   &#40; &#x28; Left parenthesis
)   &#41; &#x29; Right parenthesis
*   &#42; &#x2A; Asterisk (star)
+   &#43; &#x2B; Plus
,   &#44; &#x2C; Comma
-   &#45; &#x2D; Minus (hyphen)
.   &#46; &#x2E; Period
/   &#47; &#x2F; Forward slash
0   &#48; &#x30; Zero
1   &#49; &#x31; One
2   &#50; &#x32; Two
3   &#51; &#x33; Three
4   &#52; &#x34; Four
5   &#53; &#x35; Five
6   &#54; &#x36; Six
7   &#55; &#x37; Seven
8   &#56; &#x38; Eight
9   &#57; &#x39; Nine
:   &#58; &#x3A; Colon
;   &#59; &#x3B; Semi-colon
< &lt; &#60; &#x3C; Less-than sign
=   &#61; &#x3D; Equal sign
> &gt; &#62; &#x3E; Greater-than sign
?   &#63; &#x3F; Question mark
@   &#64; &#x40; At-sign
A   &#65; &#x41; Capital a
B   &#66; &#x42; Capital b
C   &#67; &#x43; Capital c
D   &#68; &#x44; Capital d
E   &#69; &#x45; Capital e
F   &#70; &#x46; Capital f
G   &#71; &#x47; Capital g
H   &#72; &#x48; Capital h
I   &#73; &#x49; Capital i
J   &#74; &#x4A; Capital j
K   &#75; &#x4B; Capital k
L   &#76; &#x4C; Capital l
M   &#77; &#x4D; Capital m
N   &#78; &#x4E; Capital n
O   &#79; &#x4F; Capital o
P   &#80; &#x50; Capital p
Q   &#81; &#x51; Capital q
R   &#82; &#x52; Capital r
S   &#83; &#x53; Capital s
T   &#84; &#x54; Capital t
U   &#85; &#x55; Capital u
V   &#86; &#x56; Capital v
W   &#87; &#x57; Capital w
X   &#88; &#x58; Capital x
Y   &#89; &#x59; Capital y
Z   &#90; &#x5A; Capital z
[   &#91; &#x5B; Left square bracket
\   &#92; &#x5C; Back slash
]   &#93; &#x5D; Right square bracket
^   &#94; &#x5E; Caret
_   &#95; &#x5F; Underscore
`   &#96; &#x60; Grave accent
a   &#97; &#x61; Lowercase a
b   &#98; &#x62; Lowercase b
c   &#99; &#x63; Lowercase c
d   &#100; &#x64; Lowercase d
e   &#101; &#x65; Lowercase e
f   &#102; &#x66; Lowercase f
g   &#103; &#x67; Lowercase g
h   &#104; &#x68; Lowercase h
i   &#105; &#x69; Lowercase i
j   &#106; &#x6A; Lowercase j
k   &#107; &#x6B; Lowercase k
l   &#108; &#x6C; Lowercase l
m   &#109; &#x6D; Lowercase m
n   &#110; &#x6E; Lowercase n
o   &#111; &#x6F; Lowercase o
p   &#112; &#x70; Lowercase p
q   &#113; &#x71; Lowercase q
r   &#114; &#x72; Lowercase r
s   &#115; &#x73; Lowercase s
t   &#116; &#x74; Lowercase t
u   &#117; &#x75; Lowercase u
v   &#118; &#x76; Lowercase v
w   &#119; &#x77; Lowercase w
x   &#120; &#x78; Lowercase x
y   &#121; &#x79; Lowercase y
z   &#122; &#x7A; Lowercase z
{   &#123; &#x7B; Left curly brace
|   &#124; &#x7C; Vertical bar
}   &#125; &#x7D; Right curly brace
~ &tilde; &#126; &#x7E; tilde
   &#127; &#x7F; Not defined
  &#128; &#x80; Euro
   &#129; &#x81;  Unknown
&sbquo; &#130; &#x82; Single low-quote
ƒ   &#131; &#x83; Function symbol (lowercase f with hook)
&dbquo; &#132; &#x84; Double low-quote
  &#133; &#x85; Elipsis
&dagger; &#134; &#x86; Dagger
&Dagger; &#135; &#x87; Double dagger
ˆ   &#136; &#x88;  Hatchek
&permil; &#137; &#x89; Per million symbol
Š   &#138; &#x8A; Capital esh
&lsaquo; &#139; &#x8B;  Left single angle quote
Œ   &#140; &#x8C; OE ligature
   &#141; &#x8D; Unknown
Ž   &#142; &#x8E; Capital ž
   &#143; &#x8F;  Unknown
   &#144; &#x90;  Unknown
&lsquo; &#145; &#x91; Left single-quote
&rsquo; &#146; &#x92; Right single-quote
&ldquo; &#147; &#x93; Left double-quote
&rdquo; &#148; &#x94; Right double-quote
  &#149; &#x95; Small bullet
&ndash; &#150; &#x96; En dash
&mdash; &#151; &#x97; Em dash
˜ &tilde &#152; &#x98;  Tilde
&trade; &#153; &#x99; Trademark
š   &#154; &#x9A; Lowercase esh
&rsaquo; &#155; &#x9B;  Right single angle quote
œ   &#156; &#x9C; oe ligature
   &#157; &#x9D; Unknown
ž   &#158; &#x9E;  Lowercase ž
Ÿ &Yuml; &#159; &#x9F; Uppercase y-umlaut
  &nbsp; &#160; &#xA0; Non-breaking space
¡ &iexcl; &#161; &#xA1; Inverted exclamation point
¢ &cent; &#162; &#xA2; Cent
£ &pound; &#163; &#xA3; Pound currency sign
¤ &curren; &#164; &#xA4; Currency sign
¥ &yen; &#165; &#xA5; Yen currency sign
¦ &brvbar; &#166; &#xA6; Broken vertical bar
§ &sect; &#167; &#xA7; Section symbol
¨ &uml; &#168; &#xA8; Umlaut (Diaeresis)
© &copy; &#169; &#xA9; Copyright
ª &ordf; &#170; &#xAA; Feminine ordinal indicator (superscript lowercase a)
« &laquo; &#171; &#xAB; Left angle quote
¬ &not; &#172; &#xAC; Not sign
­  &shy; &#173; &#xAD; Soft hyphen
® &reg; &#174; &#xAE; Registered sign
¯ &macr; &#175; &#xAF; Macron
° &deg; &#176; &#xB0; Degree sign
± &plusmn; &#177; &#xB1; Plus/minus sign
² &sup2; &#178; &#xB2; Superscript 2
³ &sup3; &#179; &#xB3; Superscript 3
´   &#180; &#xB4; Acute accent
µ &micro; &#181; &#xB5; Micro sign
&para; &#182; &#xB6; Pilcrow sign (paragraph)
· &middot; &#183; &#xB7; Middle dot
¸ &cedil; &#184; &#xB8; Cedilla
¹ &sup1; &#185; &#xB9; Superscript 1
º &ordm; &#186; &#xBA; Masculine ordinal indicator (superscript o)
» &raquo; &#187; &#xBB; Right angle quote
¼ &frac14; &#188; &#xBC; One quarter fraction
½ &frac12; &#189; &#xBD; One half fraction
¾ &frac34; &#190; &#xBE; Three quarters fraction
¿ &iquest; &#191; &#xBF; Inverted question mark
À &Agrave; &#192; &#xC0; A grave accent
Á &Aacute; &#193; &#xC1; A accute accent
 &Acirc; &#194; &#xC2; A circumflex
à &Atilde; &#195; &#xC3; A tilde
Ä &Auml; &#196; &#xC4; A umlaut
Å &Aring; &#197; &#xC5; A ring
Æ &AElig; &#198; &#xC6; AE ligature
Ç &Ccedil; &#199; &#xC7; C cedilla
È &Egrave; &#200; &#xC8; E grave
É &Eacute; &#201; &#xC9; E acute
Ê &Ecirc; &#202; &#xCA; E circumflex
Ë &Euml; &#203; &#xCB; E umlaut
Ì &Igrave; &#204; &#xCC; I grave
Í &Iacute; &#205; &#xCD; I acute
Î &Icirc; &#206; &#xCE; I circumflex
Ï &Iuml; &#207; &#xCF; I umlaut
Ð &ETH; &#208; &#xD0; Eth
Ñ &Ntilde; &#209; &#xD1; N tilde (enye)
Ò &Ograve; &#210; &#xD2; O grave
Ó &Oacute; &#211; &#xD3; O acute
Ô &Ocirc; &#212; &#xD4; O circumflex
Õ &Otilde; &#213; &#xD5; O tilde
Ö &Ouml; &#214; &#xD6; O umlaut
× &times; &#215; &#xD7; Multiplication sign
Ø &Oslash; &#216; &#xD8; O slash
Ù &Ugrave; &#217; &#xD9; U grave
Ú &Uacute; &#218; &#xDA; U acute
Û &Ucirc; &#219; &#xDB; U circumflex
Ü &Uuml; &#220; &#xDC; U umlaut
Ý &Yacute; &#221; &#xDD; Y acute
Þ &THORN; &#222; &#xDE; Thorn
ß &szlig; &#223; &#xDF; SZ ligature
à &agrave; &#224; &#xE0; a grave
á &aacute; &#225; &#xE1; a acute
â &acirc; &#226; &#xE2; a circumflex
ã &atilde; &#227; &#xE3; a tilde
ä &auml; &#228; &#xE4; a umlaut
å &aring; &#229; &#xE5; a ring
æ &aelig; &#230; &#xE6; ae ligature
ç &ccedil; &#231; &#xE7; c cedilla
è &egrave; &#232; &#xE8; e grave
é &eacute; &#233; &#xE9; e acute
ê &ecirc; &#234; &#xEA; e circumflex
ë &euml; &#235; &#xEB; e umlaut
ì &igrave; &#236; &#xEC; i grave
í &iacute; &#237; &#xED; i acute
î &icirc; &#238; &#xEE; i circumflex
ï &iuml; &#239; &#xEF; i umlaut
ð &eth; &#240; &#xF0; eth
ñ &ntilde; &#241; &#xF1; n tilde
ò &ograve; &#242; &#xF2; o grave
ó &oacute; &#243; &#xF3; o acute
ô &ocirc; &#244; &#xF4; o circumflex
õ &otilde; &#245; &#xF5; o tilde
ö &ouml; &#246; &#xF6; o umlaut
÷ &divide; &#247; &#xF7; Division symbol
ø &oslash; &#248; &#xF8; o slash
ù &ugrave; &#249; &#xF9; u grave
ú &uacute; &#250; &#xFA; u acute
û &ucirc; &#251; &#xFB; u circumflex
ü &uuml; &#252; &#xFC; u umlaut
ý &yacute; &#253; &#xFD; y acute
þ &thorn; &#254; &#xFE; thorn
ÿ &yuml; &#255; &#xFF; y umlaut

Special characters and icons

HTML also offers special characters which you can use in your HTML. For example, a heart, a gender icon, musical notes or arrows. Use the special characters and icons from the below HTML icon list and special characters freely on your website.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
! &#0033;
" &#0034;
# &#0035;
$ &#0036;
% &#0037;
& &#0038;
' &#0039;
( &#0040;
) &#0041;
* &#0042;
+ &#0043;
, &#0044;
- &#0045;
. &#0046;
/ &#0047;
: &#0058;
; &#0059;
< &#0060;
= &#0061;
> &#0062;
? &#0063;
@ &#0064;
[ &#0091;
\ &#0092;
] &#0093;
^ &#0094;
_ &#0095;
` &#0096;
{ &#0123;
| &#0124;
} &#0125;
&spades; &#9824; &#x2660; Spade card suit
&clubs; &#9827; &#x2663; Clubs card suit
&diams; &#9830; &#x2666; Diamonds card suit
&hearts; &#9829; &#x2665; Hearts card suit
&larr; &#8592; &#x2190; Left arrow
&rarr; &#8594; &#x2192; Right arrow
&uarr; &#8593; &#x2191; Up arrow
&darr; &#8595; &#x2193; Down arrow
  &#9792; &#x2640; Female Indicator
  &#9794; &#x2642; Male Indicator
  &#9833; &#x2669; Quarter Note
  &#9834; &#x266A; Eighth Note
  &#9836; &#x266C; Two Eighth Notes
  &#9837; &#x266D; Flat
  &#9839; &#x266F; Sharp
&#10047; Black flower
&#9800;
&#9799;
&#9798;
&#9797;
&#9796;
&#9795;
&#9794;
&#9793;
&#9792;
&#9791;
&#9790;
&#9789;
&#9788;
&#9787; Smiley - Black
&#9786; Smiley - White
&#9785; Frowning face
&#9784; Snow / Cristal
&#9783;
&#9782;
&#9781;
&#9780;
&#9779;
&#9778;
&#9777;
&#9776;
&#9775;
&#9774;
&#9773;
&#9772;
&#9771;
&#9770;
&#9769;
&#9768;
&#9767;
&#9766;
&#9765;
&#9764;
&#9763;
&#9762;
&#9761;
&#9760;
&#9759;
&#9758;
&#9757;
&#9756;
&#9755;
&#9754;
&#9751;
&#9750;
&#9747;
&#9746;
&#9745;
&#9744;
&#9743;
&#9742;
&#9741;
&#9740;
&#9739;
&#9738;
&#9737;
&#9736;
&#9735;
&#9734;
&#9733;
&#9732;
&#9731;
&#9730;
&#9729;
&#9728;
&#9711;
&#9710;
&#9709;
&#9708;
&#9707;
&#9706;
&#9705;
&#9704;
&#9703;
&#9702;
&#9701;
&#9700;
&#9699;
&#9698;
&#9697;
&#9696;
&#9695;
&#9694;
&#9693;
&#9692;
&#9691;
&#9690;
&#9689;

Language specific characters

The ASCII subset of Unicode already contains the characters and letters that are used by Americans, but several European countries and countries from other parts of the world use different characters, letters and special characters, or so-called language-specific characters, which aren’t included in the ASCII subset of Unicode. Therefore you’ll find an HTML language-specific characters list below which includes all special characters per country.

Czech, Slovak and Slovenian HTML codes

Whether you’re Czech, Slovak or Slovenian, below you’ll find all the language-specific characters that you’re looking for.

Character Entity name Entity number Description
Á  &Aacute; &#193; Capital A-acute
á  &aacute; &#225; Lowercase a-acute
Ą    &#260; Capital A-cedille
ą    &#261; Lowercase a-cedille
Ä  &Auml; &#196; Capital A-umlaut
ä  &auml; &#228; Lowercase a-umlaut
É  &Eacute; &#201; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; Lowercase e-acute
Ę    &#280; Capital E-cedille
ę   &#281; Lowercase e-cedille
Ě    &#282; Capital E-hachek
ě   &#283; Lowercase e-hachek
Í  &Iacute; &#205; Capital I-acute
í &iacute; &#237; Lowercase i-acute
Ó &Oacute; &#211; Capital O-acute
ó &oacute; &#243; Lowercase o-acute
Ô &Ocirc; &#212; Capital O-circ
ô &ocirc; &#244; Lowercase o-circ
Ú &Uacute; &#218; Capital U-acute
ú &uacute; &#250; Lowercase u-acute
Ů   &#366; Capital U-ring
ů   &#367; Lowercase u-ring
Ý &Yacute; &#221; Capital Y-acute
ý &yacute; &#253; Lowercase y-acute
Č   &#268; Capital C-hachek
č   &#269; Lowercase c-hachek
ď   &#271; d-apostrophe
ť   &#357; t-apostrophe
Ĺ   &#313; Capital L-acute
ĺ   &#314; Lowercase l-acute
Ň   &#327; Capital N-hachek
ň   &#328; Lowercase n-hachek
Ŕ   &#340; Capital R-acute
ŕ   &#341; Lowercase r-acute
Ř   &#344; Capital R-hachek
ř   &#345; Lowercase r-hachek
Š   &#352; Capital S-hachek
š   &#353; Lowercase s-hachek
Ž   &#381; Capital Z-hachek
ž   &#382; Lowercase z-hachek

French HTML codes

Find below a French HTML codes list. This list of French HTML codes will help you find the right French characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
À  &Agrave; &#192; &#xC0; Capital A-grave
à  &agrave; &#224; &#xE0; Lowercase a-grave
  &Acirc; &#194; &#xC2; Capital A-circumflex
â  &acirc; &#226; &#xE2; Lowercase a-circumflex
Æ &AElig; &#198; &#xC6; Capital AE Ligature
æ &aelig; &#230; &#xE6; Lowercase AE Ligature
Ç &Ccedil; &#199; &#xC7; Capital C-cedilla
ç &ccedil; &#231; &#xE7; Lowercase c-cedilla
È  &Egrave; &#200; &#xC8; Capital E-grave
è &egrave; &#232; &#xE8; Lowercase e-grave
É  &Eacute; &#201; &#xC9; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; &#xE9; Lowercase e-acute
Ê  &Ecirc; &#202; &#xCA; Capital E-circumflex
ê  &ecirc; &#234; &#xEA; Lowercase e-circumflex
Ë  &Euml; &#203; &#xCB; Capital E-umlaut
ë  &euml; &#235; &#xEB; Lowercase e-umlaut
Π &Icirc; &#206; &#xCE; Capital I-circumflex
î  &icirc; &#238; &#xEE; Lowercase i-circumflex
Ï  &Iuml; &#207; &#xCF; Capital I-umlaut
ï  &iuml; &#239; &#xEF; Lowercase i-umlaut
Ô &Ocirc; &#212; &#xD4; Capital O-circumflex
ô &ocirc; &#244; &#xF4; Lowercase o-circumflex
Π&OElig; &#140; &#x152; Capital OE ligature
œ &oelig; &#156; &#x153; Lowercase oe ligature
Ù &Ugrave; &#217; &#xD9; Capital U-grave
ù &ugrave; &#249; &#xF9; Lowercase u-grave
Û &Ucirc; &#219; &#xDB; Capital U-circumflex
û &ucirc; &#251; &#xFB; Lowercase U-circumflex
Ü &Uuml; &#220; &#xDC; Capital U-umlaut
ü &uuml; &#252; &#xFC; Lowercase U-umlaut
« &laquo; &#171; &#xAB; Left angle quotes
» &raquo; &#187; &#xBB; Right angle quotes
&euro; &#128; &#x80; Euro
  &#8355; &#x20A3; Franc

German HTML codes

Find below a German HTML codes list. This list of German HTML codes will help you find the right German characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Description
Ä  &Auml; &#196; Capital A-umlaut
ä  &auml; &#228; Lowercase a-umlaut
É &Eacute; &#201; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; Lowercase E-acute
Ö  &Ouml; &#214; Capital O-umlaut
ö  &ouml; &#246; Lowercase o-umlaut
Ü  &Uuml; &#220; Capital U-umlaut
ü  &uuml; &#252; Lowercase u-umlaut
ß &szlig; &#223; SZ ligature
« &laquo; &#171; Left angle quotes
» &raquo; &#187; Right angle quotes
  &#132; Left lower quotes
  &#147; Left quotes
  &#148; Right quotes
°   &#176; Degree sign (Grad)
&euro; &#128; Euro
£ &pound; &#163; Pound Sterling

Greek HTML codes

Find below a Greek HTML codes list. This list of Greek HTML codes will help you find the right Greek characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
Α &Alpha; &#913; &#x391; Capital Alpha
α &alpha; &#945; &#x3B1; Lowercase Alpha
Β &Beta; &#914; &#x392; Capital Beta
β &beta; &#946; &#x3B2; Lowercase Beta
Γ &Gamma; &#915; &#x393; Capital Gamma
γ &gamma; &#947; &#x3B3; Lowercase Gamma
Δ &Delta; &#916; &#x394; Capital Delta
δ &delta; &#948; &#x3B4; Lowercase Delta
Ε &Epsilon; &#917; &#x395; Capital Epsilon
ε &epsilon; &#949; &#x3B5; Lowercase Epsilon
Ζ &Zeta; &#918; &#x396; Capital Zeta
ζ &zeta; &#950; &#x3B6; Lowercase Zeta
Η &Eta; &#919; &#x397; Capital Eta
η &eta; &#951; &#x3B7; Lowercase Eta
Θ &Theta; &#920; &#x398; Capital Theta
θ &theta; &#952; &#x3B8; Lowercase Theta
Ι &Iota; &#921; &#x399; Capital Iota
ι &iota; &#953; &#x3B9; Lowercase Iota
Κ &Kappa; &#922; &#x39A; Capital Kappa
κ &kappa; &#954; &#x3BA; Lowercase Kappa
Λ &Lambda; &#923; &#x39B; Capital Lambda
λ &lambda; &#955; &#x3BB; Lowercase Lambda
Μ &Mu; &#924; &#x39C; Capital Mu
μ &mu; &#956; &#x3BC; Lowercase Mu
Ν &Nu; &#925; &#x39D; Capital Nu
ν &nu; &#957; &#x3BD; Lowercase Nu
Ξ &Xi; &#926; &#x39E; Capital Xi
ξ &xi; &#958; &#x3BE; Lowercase Xi
Ο &Omicron; &#927; &#x39F; Capital Omicron
ο &omicron; &#959; &#x3BF; Lowercase Omicron
Π &Pi; &#928; &#x3A0; Capital Pi
π &pi; &#960; &#x3C0; Lowercase Pi
Ρ &Rho; &#929; &#x3A1; Capital Rho
ρ &rho; &#961; &#x3C1; Lowercase Rho
Σ &Sigma; &#931; &#x3A3; Capital Sigma
σ &sigma; &#963; &#x3C3; Lowercase Sigma
Σ &Sigma; &#931; &#x3A3; Capital Sigma
σ &sigma; &#963; &#x3C3; Lowercase Sigma
ς   &#962; &#x3C4; Lowercase Final Sigma
Τ &Tau; &#932; &#x3A4; Capital Tau
τ &tau; &#964; &#x3C4; Lowercase Tau
Υ &Upsilon; &#933; &#x3A5; Capital Upsilon
υ &upsilon; &#965; &#x3C5; Lowercase Upsilon
Φ &Phi; &#934; &#x3A6; Capital Phi
φ &phi; &#966; &#x3C6; Lowercase Phi
Χ &Chi; &#935; &#x3A7; Capital Chi
χ &chi; &#967; &#x3C7; Lowercase Chi
Ψ &Psi; &#936; &#x3A8; Capital Psi
ψ &psi; &#968; &#x3C8; Lowercase Psi
Ω &Omega; &#937; &#x3A9; Capital Omega
ω &omega; &#969; &#x3C9; Lowercase Omega

Italian HTML codes

Find below a Italian HTML codes list. This list of Italian HTML codes will help you find the right Italian characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
À  &Agrave; &#192; &#xC0; Capital A-grave
à  &agrave; &#224; &#xE0; Lowercase a-grave
Á &Aacute; &#193; &#xC1; Capital A-acute
á &aacute; &#225; &#xE1; Lowercase A-acute
È  &Egrave; &#200; &#xC8; Capital E-grave
è &egrave; &#232; &#xE8; Lowercase e-grave
É  &Eacute; &#201; &#xC9; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; &#xE9; Lowercase e-acute
Ì  &Igrave; &#204; &#xCC; Capital I-grave
ì  &igrave; &#236; &#xEC; Lowercase i-grave
Í &Iacute; &#205; &#xCD; Capital I-acute
í &iacute; &#237; &#xED; Lowercase I-acute
Ò  &Ograve; &#210; &#xD2; Capital O-grave
ò  &ograve; &#242; &#xF2; Lowercase o-grave
Ó &Oacute; &#211; &#xD3; Capital O-acute
ó &oacute; &#243; &#xF3; Lowercase o-acute
Ù  &Ugrave; &#217; &#xD9; Capital U-grave
ù  &ugrave; &#249; &#xF9; Lowercase u-grave
Ú &Uacute; &#218; &#xDA; Capital U-acute
ú &uacute; &#250; &#xFA; Lowercase U-acute
« &laquo; &#171; &#xAB; Left angle quotes
» &raquo; &#187; &#xBB; Right angle quotes
&euro; &#128; &#x80; Euro
  &#x20A4; Lira

Polish HTML codes

Find below a Polish HTML codes list. This list of Polish HTML codes will help you find the right Polish characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Description
Ą    &#260; Capital A-cedille
ą    &#261; Lowercase a-cedille
Ę    &#280; Capital E-cedille
ę   &#281; Lowercase e-cedille
Ó &Oacute; &#211; Capital O-acute
ó &oacute; &#243; Lowercase o-acute
Ć   &#262; Capital C-acute
ć   &#263; Lowercase c-acute
Ł   &#321; Capital L-bar
ł   &#322; Lowercase l-bar
Ń   &#323; Capital N-acute
ń   &#324; Lowercase n-acute
Ś   &#346; Capital S-acute
ś   &#347; Lowercase s-acute
Ź   &#377; Capital Z-acute
ź   &#378; Lowercase z-acute
Ż   &#379; Capital Z-dot
ż   &#380; Lowercase z-dot

Romanian HTML codes

Find below a Romanian HTML codes list. This list of Romanian HTML codes will help you find the right Romanian characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
Ă    &#258; &#x102; Capital A-breve
ă    &#259; &#x103; Lowercase a-breve
  &Acirc; &#194; &#xC2; Capital A-circumflex
â  &acirc; &#226; &#xE2; Lowercase a-circumflex
Π &Icirc; &#206; &#xCE; Capital I-circumflex
î  &icirc; &#238; &#xEE; Lowercase i-circumflex
Ș    &#x218; &#xDA; Capital S-comma
ș    &#x219; &#xDB; Lowercase s-comma
Ş    &#350; &#x15E; Capital S-cedilla
ş    &#351; &#x15F; Lowercase s-cedilla
Ț    Ț &#x21A; Capital T-comma
ț    ț &#x21B; Lowercase t-comma
Ţ    &#354; &#x162; Capital T-cedilla
ţ    &#355; &#x163; Lowercase t-cedilla

Russian HTML codes (Cyrillic)

Find below a Russian HTML codes list. This list of Russian HTML codes will help you find the right Russian characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity number Hex Code
А  &#1040; &#x410;
а  &#1072; &#x430;
Б  &#1041; &#x411;
б  &#1073; &#x431;
В  &#1042; &#x412;
в  &#1074; &#x432;
Г  &#1043; &#x413;
г  &#1075; &#x433;
Д  &#1044; &#x414;
д  &#1076; &#x434;
Е  &#1045; &#x415;
е  &#1077; &#x435;
Ж  &#1046; &#x416;
ж  &#1078; &#x436;
З  &#1047; &#x417;
з  &#1079; &#x437;
И  &#1048; &#x418;
и  &#1080; &#x438;
Й  &#1049; &#x419;
й  &#1081; &#x439;
К  &#1050; &#x41A;
к  &#1082; &#x43A;
Л  &#1051; &#x41B;
л  &#1083; &#x43B;
М  &#1052; &#x41C;
м  &#1084; &#x43C;
Н  &#1053; &#x41D;
н  &#1085; &#x43D;
О  &#1054; &#x41E;
о  &#1086; &#x43E;
П  &#1055; &#x41F;
п  &#1087; &#x43F;
Р  &#1056; &#x420;
р  &#1088; &#x440;
С  &#1057; &#x421;
с  &#1089; &#x441;
Т  &#1058; &#x422;
т  &#1090; &#x442;
У  &#1059; &#x423;
у  &#1091; &#x443;
Ф  &#1060; &#x424;
ф  &#1092; &#x444;
Х  &#1061; &#x425
х  &#1093; &#x445;
Ц  &#1062; &#x426;
ц  &#1094; &#x446;
Ч  &#1063; &#x427;
ч  &#1095; &#x447;
Ш  &#1064; &#x428;
ш  &#1096; &#x448;
Щ  &#1065; &#x429;
щ  &#1097; &#x449;
Ъ  &#1066; &#x42A;
ъ  &#1098; &#x44A;
Ы  &#1067; &#x42B;
ы  &#1099; &#x44B;
Ь  &#1068; &#x42C;
ь  &#1100; &#x44C;
Э  &#1069; &#x42D;
э  &#1101; &#x44D;
Ю  &#1070; &#x42E;
ю  &#1102; &#x44E;
Я  &#1071; &#x42F;
я  &#1103; &#x44F;

Spanish HTML codes

Find below a Spanish HTML codes list. This list of Spanish HTML codes will help you find the right Spanish characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Hex Code Description
Á  &Aacute; &#193; &#xC1; Capital A-acute
á  &aacute; &#225; &#xE1; Lowercase a-acute
É  &Eacute; &#201; &#xC9; Capital E-acute
é &eacute; &#233; &#xE9; Lowercase e-acute
Í  &Iacute; &#205; &#xCD; Capital I-acute
í  &iacute; &#237; &#xED; Lowercase i-acute
Ñ  &Ntilde; &#209; &#xD1; Capital N-tilde
ñ  &ntilde; &#241; &#xF1; Lowercase n-tilde
Ó &Oacute; &#211; &#xD3; Capital O-acute
ó &oacute; &#243; &#xF3; Lowercase o-acute
Ú  &Uacute; &#218; &#xDA; Capital U-acute
ú  &uacute; &#250; &#xFA; Lowercase u-acute
Ü  &Uuml; &#220; &#xDC; Capital U-umlaut
ü  &uuml; &#252; &#xFC; Lowercase u-umlaut
« &laquo; &#171; &#xAB; Left angle quotes
» &raquo; &#187; &#xBB; Right angle quotes
¿ &iquest; &#191; &#xBF; Inverted question mark
¡ &iexcl; &#161; &#xA1 Inverted exclamation point
&euro; &#128; &#x80; Euro
  &#8359; &#x20A7; Peseta

Turkish HTML codes

Find below a Turkish HTML codes list. This list of Turkish HTML codes will help you find the right Turkish characters, letters and special characters.

Character Entity name Entity number Description
İ    &#304; Capital I-dotted
ı    &#305; Lowercase i-dotless
Ö &Ouml; &#214; Capital O-umlaut
ö &ouml; &#246; Lowercase o-umlaut
Ü  &Uuml; &#220; Capital U-umlaut
ü  &uuml; &#252; Lowercase u-umlaut
Ç &Ccedil; &#199; Capital C-cedil
ç &ccedil; &#231; Lowercase c-cedil
Ğ   &#286; Capital G-breve
ğ   &#287; Lowercase g-breve
Ş   &#350; Capital S-cedil
ş   &#351; Lowercase s-cedil
  &#8356; New Lira
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