You know, I have to tell you. If I don't share this here, where else can I LOL?
But I've got to share this with you: ß.
It's a character only found in the German language. It's called the sharp ess. But doesn't it look like a B? When I first saw it 30 years ago, I thought it was the Greek beta.
Anyway, it is the medial and terminal ess put together. You're familiar with the medial from older English manuscripts, where it looks like a lowercase f.
Anyway, if you encounter it, and you can't find it on your character map, most people just type it as a double "ss".
And BTW (I don't think this needs a new thread), this is the letter edh: Ð, ð. We used to have it in Old English script. They still use it in Icelandic.
I think we should bring it back, along with thorn and yogh. But that's just me.
Fun fact. The Greek letter β is actually pronounced veeta, not beta. College sororities have it all wrong with their Greek letter pronunciations.