Definitions for "Question mark"
A mark (?) indicating a question. A question mark is used with a direct question. It behaves like a period when accompanied by quotation marks. The question mark has its origin in quaestico, Latin for I ask. This was shortened by space-saving scribes to become QO and, later, the letter Q above the letter O. Subsequently, the Q was degraded into a squiggle and the O into a little round spot. The question mark is also called an interrogation point or interrogation mark. See also PUNCTUATION QUOTATION MARK
a punctuation mark (?) placed at the end of a sentence to indicate a question
a punctuation mark and, more pedantically, a tone mark
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
Keywords:  sbu, growth, matrix, low, share
a low-growth, low-share SBU or product that may generate enough cash to maintain itself, but does not promise to be a large source of cash
a product with a low share of a high growth market
In marketing, a slang term for a low market share but high growth rate product. See: growth share matrix.
Keywords:  hat, alphanumeric, scope, chat, cat
An operator for limiting the scope of your search by representing a single alphanumeric character. You can use more than one ? to indicate multiple characters. For example, ?at finds documents that contain cat and hat, while ??at finds documents that contain that and chat.
Character: ? ጥያቄ ምልክት ? View
Keywords:  caution, throw, wind, care, sign
a sign that you must act with care, this is not a time to throw caution to the wind
Keywords:  wiki, empty, telling, still, code
a wiki code for telling you that a new page has been created (but is still empty)
Keywords:  end
used to end questions.