P

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Character
Customary name: pi
Is used in the representation of: p, b, pp, bb

Variants and attestation

Transliteration Sinistroverse Dextroverse
  Glyph N. Italic other Glyph N. Italic other
P P.png 24 3 Pd.png 10 4
P2 P2.png 0 0 P2d.png 0 0
P3 P3.png 0 0 P3d.png 1 1
P4 P4.png 1 0 P4d.png 0 0
P5 P5.png 0 0 P5d.png 0 1
P6 P6.png 0 0 P6d.png 0 1

Commentary

List of inscriptions in which P s could be pi or lambda (excluding cases which are clear because of phonotactics, comparanda/etymology, or because the inscription contains both letters):

  • BG·7, BG·28.1, BG·30 pit
  • BG·2.1 ]peuesa
  • BG·4 ]pet[
  • BG·16, BG·39, (BG·33) pe
  • BG·26.2 ]p
  • BG·32 pi
  • BG·37 pau
  • CO·66 kopiu
  • AO·1.1 (]ap[)
  • CO·69 (pokru)
  • NM·4 (pirakos)
  • NM·7 (toutiopouos)
  • TI·11 (runelos)
  • TI·13 (pirạṇịχeś)
  • TI·48.1 (iap??i)
  • VR·20 (apios)
  • TI·18.2 (kop)
  • MI·10.1 (ṃeśiopano 23)
  • NO·22 (quormsklp),
  • VA·7 (ateuloipitus)
  • VA·13 (polios) (10)
  • TI·15 (riol ḳ)
  • VA·28.1 (aśoip) (2)
  • VR·31 kasilus