A sign/abbreviation for "magister"
James Kass via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Thu Nov 1 21:59:46 CDT 2018
Alphabetic script users write things the way they are spelled and spell
things the way they are written. The abbreviation in question as
written consists of three recognizable symbols. An "M", a superscript
"r", and an equal sign (= two lines). It can be printed, handwritten,
or in fraktur; it will still consist of those same three recognizable
We're supposed to be preserving the past, not editing it or revising it.
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