> Also, this little "o" placed after a capital N means "number" in French
> 1, No2, etc.) but in modern typography there shouldn't be any small line
> below it, or below any "suscrit" character. The use of drawing a small
> is more typical of handwriting. Anyway, the proofreading indication for a
> suscrit character is a couple of small lines (vertical or oblique) below
> typed or printed character.
In Russian, the capital N followed by an underlined o, is still a valid
abbreviation for "Number". Some Cyrillic fonts have a single character for