Recently after looking up the glyph origin of 丸 (wán; small round object; pellet, pill), I've noticed something when I looked up this character on 小學堂. Apparently this character existed during the time when bronze script was being used. However though the strange part of this is that this form was listed under 丸 for some reason. I've already clicked on the form and checked it but it appeared that there was no specific character attached to it, meaning that it's probably unknown for now.
From looking at the depiction of this bronze script character, it seems to depict two people catching balls or somewhere like that. Not sure if this ancient form is supposedly the original form for some character I'm unaware of or if this character was specifically created for this era.
For one things for sure, I know that this is supposedly related to 丸 but I'm really not sure if this character is related to 丸. If anyone can, I think I would appreciate it very much if anyone can help identify what character this bronze inscription is supposed to be! :)