|The Cyrillic script|
|Archaic or unused letters|
Reversed Ze (Ԑ ԑ; italics: Ԑ ԑ) is a letter of the Cyrillic script. Its form is a reversed Cyrillic letter Ze (З з З з). It resembles the Latin letter epsilon (Ɛ ɛ) and the Greek letter Epsilon (Ε ε), as well as a hand-written form of the uppercase Latin E and Cyrillic letter Ye, but has different origins from them. Reversed Ze was added to the Unicode 5.0 Standard, but is still uncommon in most Cyrillic fonts.
Reversed Ze is used in Enets. In Enets, it represents /æ/. It was thought to have been used in the Khanty language, but there is no proof supporting that 'Ԑ' was used.
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER
|CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER|
|UTF-8||212 144||D4 90||212 145||D4 91|
|Numeric character reference||Ԑ