The default command to print the aleph symbol without any package

Aleph symbol

\aleph

\aleph

You can also use the** stix** package to print the aleph symbol

\usepackage{stix}

Aleph symbol

\aleph

\aleph

Aleph null

\aleph_0

\aleph_0

Aleph one

\aleph_1

\aleph_1

Aleph two

\aleph_2

\aleph_2

Aleph Omega

\aleph_\omega

\aleph_\omega

Aleph α

\aleph_\alpha

\aleph_\alpha

The **MnSymbol** package to print the aleph symbol

\usepackage{MnSymbol}

Aleph symbol

\aleph

\aleph

The **fdsymbol** package to print the aleph symbol

\usepackage{fdsymbol}

Aleph symbol

\aleph

\aleph

Different sizes for the aleph symbol

{\tiny \aleph}

{\scriptsize \aleph}

{\footnotesize \aleph}

{\small \aleph}

{\normalsize \aleph}

{\large \aleph}

{\Large \aleph}

{\huge \aleph}

{ \Huge \aleph}

Even more, you can customize the aleph symbol size by using a package called **lmodern**

\usepackage{lmodern}

{\fontsize{100}{10.5}{ $ \aleph$}}

Furthermore, you can color the aleph symbol by using a package called **tikz**

\usepackage{tikz}

\begin{tikzpicture}

\node [ purple] at (.5,.75) {$\aleph $};

\end{tikzpicture}

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