Djerv (Majuscule: Ꙉ, Minuscule: ꙉ ) is one of the Cyrillic alphabet letters that was used in Old Cyrillic. It was used in many early Serbo-Croatian monuments to represent the sounds /dʑ/ and /tɕ/ (modern đ/ђ and ć/ћ). It exists in the Cyrillic Extended-B table as U+A648 and U+A649. It is the basis of the modern letters Ћ and Ђ; the former was in fact a direct revival of djerv and was considered the same letter.
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER DJERV||CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER DJERV|
|UTF-8||234 153 136||EA 99 88||234 153 137||EA 99 89|
|Numeric character reference||Ꙉ||Ꙉ||ꙉ||ꙉ|
- Maretić, Tomislav. Gramatika i stilistika hrvatskoga ili srpskoga književnog jezika, p. 14-15. 1899.
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