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ampersand

Ampersand

A ligature of the latin word et, meaning ‘and’. The name ampersand is a contraction of the Latin phrase ‘and per se and’, which translates as ‘the symbol for and by itself means and’. The earliest usage of the ampersand symbol dates back to the first century AD and it is now found in many languages that use the Latin alphabet.

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