De Wikcionario, el diccionario libre
- Grafía obsoleta de character.
- 1662, Diego Howell, A New English Grammar, página №. 100:
- The ſeventh is u, which often degenerats into a Conſonant in Spaniſh, (as in all other Languages) and then ſhe hath a different clos’d caracter, as v : being ſtill a Vowel u is pronounc’d as oo, as Pan reziente, y uvas , a las moças ponen mudas, y a las viejas quitan las arrugas, New bread and grapes paints young womens faces, and takes away wrinkles from the old ; where uvas and mudas are pronounc’d as if they were written oovas, moodas.