Does anyone know the correct name for this symbol ?It's just to solve a discussion (argument!) in my local.
by the way you can't Google for it as it's one of those items (like the, a, it ) that Google ignores.
I've always known it by.
click hereHope it helps!SS
According to click here it's simply called the "at".
thanks folks. I knew it was used to infer "at" but I thought it had a proper grammatical name. Slim Shady's link seems to be the nearest so I'll tick as resolved.
The correct grammatical term for the & sign is AMPERSAND.See click here
€dstowe anampersand is the '&' sign - meaning 'and'.
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