ゟ, read as yori, is a typographic ligature in the Japanese language, consisting of a combination of the hiragana graphs of よ ([jo]) and り ([ɽʲi]), and thus represents their combined sound, より ([joɽʲi]). It is drawn with two strokes. It is uncommon and found almost exclusively in vertical writing.
In Unicode 
|Unicode name||HIRAGANA DIGRAPH YORI|
|UTF-8||227 130 159||E3 82 9F|
|Numeric character reference||ゟ||ゟ|
|JIS X 0213||34 57||22 39|
See also 
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