Tresillo (capital: Ꜫ, small: ꜫ; Spanish for "little three") is a letter of several colonial Mayan alphabets in the Latin script that is based on the digit 3. It was invented by a Franciscan friar, Alonso de la Parra, in the 16th century to represent the uvular ejective consonant /qʼ/ found in Mayan languages, and is known as one of the Parra letters. In cursive form, the tresillo is often written ⟨c ̑⟩.
|Unicode name||LATIN CAPITAL LETTER TRESILLO||LATIN SMALL LETTER TRESILLO|
|UTF-8||234 156 170||EA 9C AA||234 156 171||EA 9C AB|
|Numeric character reference||Ꜫ||Ꜫ||ꜫ||ꜫ|
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