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The Roman alphabet doesn't have a W. It doesn't have a V, either, but what looks like a V is actually their U. When the English adopted the 23 letters of the Roman alphabet, they decided they needed a new letter to pronounce the W sound (which was pronounced like a V because of Germanic influence), so they made a "double U" out of the Roman V (which, if you recall, looks like a U). they didn't call it "double u;" they called it wyn." And it looked sort of like a P with a short leg.
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