In addition to the previous definitions, it is a graphic sign also known as Obelisk or dagger; This óbelo () was used as a critical mark. In print and graphics, at the beginning of a paragraph indicated that it should be eliminated. Also as a footnote a use similar to the "asterisk" (*). The "Double Dagger" () is another reference to a later notation. Before a name or date indicates death (because of its resemblance to the Latin cross). In dictionaries, that the next voice is "low Latin." Alphabet primers to learn to read began with a cristus beach and also the obituaries, which were dated at the end as "date Letter:" ("Letter made"). See from the Cross to date.