The ¡ symbol has the meaning Reverse exclamation mark. It belongs to the category Units & Letter-like Symbols. It is also known as Spanish Exclamation Mark. The sing represents an ordinary exclamation mark which has been reversed. An exclamation mark is known to be used to complete a declaratory sentence. But what is there for a reversed exclamation mark? Especially in the Spanish language it is used to give an instruction. Here’s an example: ¡Toma una cerveza! If the Reverse exclamation mark does not already exist on your keyboard by default, then you need to copy the Reverse exclamation mark, as there is no extra keyboard combination for it.