손가락표

위키백과, 우리 모두의 백과사전.

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손가락표
유니코드U+261A black left pointing index
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손가락표 또는 인덱스(index)는 검지 손가락을 펴는 모습처럼 생긴 기호이다.

역사[편집]

손가락표는 12세기 스페인의 수기 사본에서 등장한 것으로 처음 알려져 있으며[1] 14~15세기에 이탈리아에서 일반화되었다.[2]

유니코드[편집]

유니코드 1.0 (1991):

  • U+261A black left pointing index
  • U+261B black right pointing index
  • U+261C white left pointing index
  • U+261D white up pointing index (☝︎ in non-emoji form using Variant Selector 15)
  • U+261E white right pointing index
  • U+261F white down pointing index

유니코드 6.0 (2010) 추가분:

  • U+1F446 👆 white up pointing backhand index
  • U+1F447 👇 white down pointing backhand index
  • U+1F448 👈 white left pointing backhand index
  • U+1F449 👉 white right pointing backhand index

유니코드 7.0 (2014) 추가분:

  • U+1F598 🖘 sideways white left pointing index
  • U+1F599 🖙 sideways white right pointing index
  • U+1F59A 🖚 sideways black left pointing index
  • U+1F59B 🖛 sideways black right pointing index
  • U+1F59C 🖜 black left pointing backhand index
  • U+1F59D 🖝 black right pointing backhand index
  • U+1F59E 🖞 sideways white up pointing index
  • U+1F59F 🖟 sideways white down pointing index
  • U+1F5A0 🖠 sideways black up pointing index
  • U+1F5A1 🖡 sideways black down pointing index
  • U+1F5A2 🖢 black up pointing backhand index
  • U+1F5A3 🖣 black down pointing backhand index

유니코드 13.0 (2020) 추가분:

  • U+1FBC1 🯁 left third white right pointing index
  • U+1FBC2 🯂 middle third white right pointing index
  • U+1FBC3 🯃 right third white right pointing index

각주[편집]

  1. Geoffrey Ashall Glaister s.v. "digit 2.", Encyclopedia of the Book, 2nd Edition, 2001, p. 141. "This type ornament has a long history, the printed outline of a hand being used as a paragraph mark by, among other early printers, Huss at Lyons in 1484 in the edition of Paulus Florentinus’s ‘Breviarum totius juris canonici’ he printed with Johannes Schabeler. As with other typographic conventions this was taken from scribal practice, carefully drawn hands pointing to a new paragraph being found in early 12th century (Spanish) manuscripts. It is also known as a fist, hand, or index."
  2. Sherman, p. 12