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Eth (Ð, ð), also spelled edh or , is a letter used in Old English (Anglo-Saxon) and present-day Icelandic, and in Faroese language which call the letter edd. It was also used in medieval Scandinavia, but was later replaced with dh. The letter had its origin as a d with a cross-stroke added. The lowercase version has retained the curved shape of a medieval scribe's d, which d itself has not. Image File history File links The character Ð Licence: GNU FDL File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Jump to: navigation, search Look up Letter on Wiktionary, the free dictionary A letter is a written message from one party to another. ... Jump to: navigation, search Old English (also called Anglo-Saxon) is an early form of the English language that was spoken in parts of what is now England and southern Scotland between the mid-fifth century and the mid-twelfth century. ... Faroese is a West Nordic or West Scandinavian language spoken by about 80,000 people in two main groups, about 48,000 in the Faroe Islands and about 25,000 in Denmark. ... The Middle Ages formed the middle period in a traditional schematic division of European history into three ages: the classical civilization of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and modern times, beginning with the Renaissance. ... Jump to: navigation, search Scandinavia, Fennoscandia, and the Kola Peninsula. ... The Middle Ages formed the middle period in a traditional schematic division of European history into three ages: the classical civilization of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and modern times, beginning with the Renaissance. ...


In Icelandic, ð represents a voiced dental fricative, as in th in English "them". (As a point of curiosity, however, the name of the letter is pronounced , i.e., voiceless, unless followed by a vowel.) In Faroese, ð is never pronounced, except ð before r as [g] in a few words. In the Icelandic and Faroese alphabets, ð follows d. In Anglo-Saxon, ð may represent the same sound as in Icelandic, or the voiceless th of "thread", both of which were also represented by þ (thorn). In Middle English, ð was no longer used; the Normans did not like characters in English which did not exist in the Latin alphabet. Ð and þ were replaced with th. Note: This page contains phonetic information presented in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) using Unicode. ... Jump to: navigation, search An alphabet is a complete standardized set of letters — basic written symbols — each of which roughly represents a phoneme of a spoken language, either as it exists now or as it may have been in the past. ... Þþ The letter Þ (miniscule: þ), which is also known as thorn or þorn is a letter in the Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic alphabets. ... Jump to: navigation, search Middle English is the name given by historical linguistics to the diverse forms of the English language spoken between the Norman invasion in 1066 and the mid-to-late 15th century, when the Chancery Standard, a form of London-based English, began to become widespread, a... Jump to: navigation, search The Normans (adapted from the name Northmen or Norsemen) were a mixture of the indigenous Gauls of France and the Viking invaders under the leadership of Rollo (Gange Rolf). ... Þþ The letter Þ (miniscule: þ), which is also known as thorn or þorn is a letter in the Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic alphabets. ...


Lower-case eth is used as a symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet, again for a voiced dental fricative, and in IPA usage, the name of the symbol is pronounced with the same voiced sound, as [ɛð]. In HTML, Ð is rendered as Ð, and ð, ð. Jump to: navigation, search The International Phonetic Alphabet. ... The voiced dental fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. ... Jump to: navigation, search In computing, HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language designed for the creation of web pages and other information viewable in a browser. ...

Latin alphabet Aa | Bb | Cc | Dd | Ee | Ff | Gg | Hh | Ii | Jj | Kk | Ll | Mm | Nn | Oo | Pp | Qq | Rr | Ss | Tt | Uu | Vv | Ww | Xx | Yy | Zz
Modified characters Àà | Áá | Ââ | Ää | Ãã | Āā | Ąą | Ăă | Çç | Ĉĉ | Čč | Ćć | Ðđ | Ďď | Èè | Éé | Êê | Ëë | Ęę | Ēē | Ĕĕ | Ėė | Ěě | Ƒƒ | Ĝĝ | Ğğ | Ġġ | Ģģ | Ǧǧ | Ĥĥ | Ħħ | Ìì | Íí | Îî | Ïï | Įį | İı | Ĩĩ | Īī | Ĭĭ | Ĵĵ | Ķķ | Ǩǩ | Ĺĺ | Ļļ | Ľľ | Ŀŀ | Łł | Ññ | Ńń | Ņņ | Ňň | Òò | Óó | Ôô | Öö | Õõ | Őő | Ǫǫ | Ōō | Ŏŏ | Ơơ | Ŕŕ | Ŗŗ | Řř | Śś | Ŝŝ | Şş | Șș | Šš | Ťť | Ŧŧ | Ţţ | Țț | Ùù | Úú | Ûû | Üü | Ũũ | Ūū | Ŭŭ | Ųų | Ůů | Űű | Ưư | Ŵŵ | Ýý | Ŷŷ | Ÿÿ | Źź | Žž | Żż
Alphabet extensions Ǎǎ | Ȁȁ | Ȃȃ | Ææ | Ǽǽ | Ǣǣ | Åå | Ċċ | Ðð | DZdz | DŽdž | Ɛɛ | Ʒʒ | Ǯǯ | Ȅȅ | Ȇȇ | Əə | Ȝȝ | Ǥǥ | Ǧǧ | Ƣƣ | Ƕƕ | IJij | Ǐǐ | Ȉȉ | Ȋȋ | Ǩǩ | ĸ | LJlj | LLll | ĿLŀl | NJnj | Ŋŋ | Œœ | Øø | Ǿǿ | Ǒǒ | Ȍȍ | Ȏȏ | Ɔɔ | Ȣȣ | | Ȑȑ | Ȓȓ | ſ | ß | Ʃʃ | Þþ | Ǔǔ | Ȕȕ | Ȗȗ | Ƿƿ | Ƶƶ
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Jump to: navigation, search The Latin alphabet, also called the Roman alphabet, is the most widely used alphabetic writing system in the world today. ... Jump to: navigation, search The letter A is the first (1st) letter in the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search The letter B is the second letter of the modern Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search C (lowercase c) is the third letter of the Roman alphabet. ... The letter D is the fourth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search The letter E is the fifth letter in the Latin alphabet. ... The letter F is the sixth (6th) letter in the Latin alphabet. ... G is the seventh letter in the Roman alphabet. ... ... Jump to: navigation, search Due to MediaWikis uppercase algorithm, ı (lower case dotless i) will bring you here. ... Jump to: navigation, search For the programming language, see J programming language. ... Jump to: navigation, search For the Arthurian character named Kay, see Sir Kay. ... Jump to: navigation, search L is the twelfth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... M is the thirteenth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... N is the fourteenth letter of the modern Latin alphabet. ... O is the fifteenth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search P is the 16th letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search Q is the 17th letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search R is the eighteenth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search S is the nineteenth letter in the modern Latin alphabet. ... T is the twentieth letter of the modern Latin alphabet. ... U is the twenty-first letter of the modern Latin alphabet. ... V is the twenty-second letter in the modern Latin alphabet. ... W is the twenty-third letter of the modern Latin alphabet. ... X is the twenty-fourth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Y is the twenty-fifth letter of the Latin alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search Z is the twenty-sixth and last letter of the English alphabet. ... Jump to: navigation, search A diacritical mark or diacritic, sometimes called an accent mark, is a mark added to a letter to alter a words pronunciation or to distinguish between similar words. ... The grave accent ( ` ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek until 1982 (polytonic orthography), French, Catalan, Welsh, Italian, Vietnamese, Scottish Gaelic, Norwegian, Portuguese, and other languages. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... The circumflex ( ˆ ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek, French, Esperanto, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Japanese romaji, Welsh, Portuguese, Italian, and other languages. ... Ä, or ä, is a glyph which represents either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, the letter A with umlaut, or a letter A with diaeresis. ... ã represents a nasal A (IPA: /ɐ̃/). Being a typically Portuguese sound, it is sometimes used as a symbol of the Portuguese language. ... Ä€ or ā, is a letter, representing a vowel, in the Latvian alphabet. ... For the Russian magazine, see Ogonyok Ogonek (Polish for little tail; In Lithuanian it is nosinÄ— which literally means nasal) is a diacritic hook placed under the lower right corner of a vowel in the Latin alphabet used in Polish (letters Ä…, Ä™), Lithuanian Ä…, Ä™, į, ų), Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua and Tutchone. ... Ä‚ (upper case) or ÇŽ (lower case) is a letter used in standard Romanian language orthography to represent the schwa sound, a vowel. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... Ĉ or ĉ is a consonant in the Esperanto orthography. ... Other languages FAQs | Table free Welcome to Wikipedia, the free-content encyclopedia that anyone can edit. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... Ð, Unicode codepoint 208, U+00D0 is: Ð, a letter used in Old English and present_day Icelandic and Faroese. ... ÄŽ is a letter used in the Romany alphabet. ... È can be: The letter E with a Grave accent. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... The circumflex ( ˆ ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek, French, Esperanto, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Japanese romaji, Welsh, Portuguese, Italian, and other languages. ... In linguistics, a diaeresis or dieresis (AE) (from Greek diairein, to divide) is the modification of a syllable by distinctly pronouncing one of its vowels. ... For the Russian magazine, see Ogonyok Ogonek (Polish for little tail; In Lithuanian it is nosinÄ— which literally means nasal) is a diacritic hook placed under the lower right corner of a vowel in the Latin alphabet used in Polish (letters Ä…, Ä™), Lithuanian Ä…, Ä™, į, ų), Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua and Tutchone. ... A macron (from Gr. ... Jump to: navigation, search The letter (minuscule: Æ’) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, based on the italic form of F. It is used in writing the Ewe language to represent a voiceless bilabial fricative (IPA: ), as distinct from the letter F, which represents a voiceless labiodental fricative. ... Äœ or ĝ is a consonant in the Esperanto alphabet. ... Äž, or ÄŸ, is a letter, known as g-breve in English, used in the Turkish, Azerbaijani and Tatar languages. ... When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the middle dot ·, or to the glyphs combining dot above ̇ and combining dot below Ì£ which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Eastern European languages and Vietnamese. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... Romany letter (G with caron, Unicode code points U+01E6 and U+01E7) is a letter used in the Romany and Skolt Sami languages. ... Ä¥ in different fonts (Code2000, Sylfaen, Pragmatica Esperanto Ĥ, or Ä¥, is a consonant in the Esperanto alphabet. ... H with stroke (uppercase Ħ lowercase ħ) is a letter used in Maltese. ... The grave accent ( ` ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek until 1982 (polytonic orthography), French, Catalan, Welsh, Italian, Vietnamese, Scottish Gaelic, Norwegian, Portuguese, and other languages. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... The circumflex ( ˆ ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek, French, Esperanto, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Japanese romaji, Welsh, Portuguese, Italian, and other languages. ... In linguistics, a diaeresis or dieresis (AE) (from Greek diairein, to divide) is the modification of a syllable by distinctly pronouncing one of its vowels. ... For the Russian magazine, see Ogonyok Ogonek (Polish for little tail; In Lithuanian it is nosinÄ— which literally means nasal) is a diacritic hook placed under the lower right corner of a vowel in the Latin alphabet used in Polish (letters Ä…, Ä™), Lithuanian Ä…, Ä™, į, ų), Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua and Tutchone. ... Two distinct versions of the letter I, dotted and dotless, are used in the Turkish alphabet, which is a variant of the Latin alphabet. ... The tilde is a grapheme which has several uses, described below. ... A macron (from Gr. ... Ä´ or ĵ is a consonant in the Esperanto alphabet. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... This article lacks information on the importance of the subject matter. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... ... Ł or Å‚, described in English as L with stroke, is a letter of the Polish, Kashubian, Sorbian, Łacinka (Latin Belarusian) and Navajo alphabets. ... Ñ is to the right of the L on a Spanish keyboard layout. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... Ň is a letter used in the Romany alphabet. ... The grave accent ( ` ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek until 1982 (polytonic orthography), French, Catalan, Welsh, Italian, Vietnamese, Scottish Gaelic, Norwegian, Portuguese, and other languages. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... Ô refers to: A circumflex, a diacritical mark. ... Ö, or ö, is a glyph which represents either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, the letter O with umlaut, or a letter O with diaeresis. ... Õ, or õ, is a vowel and a letter in the Estonian alphabet, representing a close-mid back unrounded vowel sound []. Õ also occurs in the Portuguese language, where it stands for an accented nasalized [o]. It is not an actual letter of the alphabet, but a composition of the letter O and... The double acute accent (  Ì‹ ) is a diacritic mark of the latin script used primarily in written Hungarian. ... For the Russian magazine, see Ogonyok Ogonek (Polish for little tail; In Lithuanian it is nosinÄ— which literally means nasal) is a diacritic hook placed under the lower right corner of a vowel in the Latin alphabet used in Polish (letters Ä…, Ä™), Lithuanian Ä…, Ä™, į, ų), Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua and Tutchone. ... Å” is a letter used in the Romany alphabet. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... Ř is a letter used in the Romany alphabet. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... Åœ or ŝ is a consonant in the Esperanto alphabet. ... Åž ÅŸ (S-cedilla) is a letter used in Turkish, Azeri, Tatar, Kurdish and Turkmenian languages. ... A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... Caron redirects here, for the French actress, see Leslie Caron. ... č Å¡ ž A háček (ˇ, pronounced ), also known as a caron, is a diacritic placed over certain letters to indicate palatalization or iotation in the orthography of Baltic languages and some Slavic languages, whereas some Finno-Lappic languages use it to mark postalveolar fricatives (sh, zh, ch). ... The bar or stroke can be a diacritic mark, when used with some letters in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabets. ... Jump to: navigation, search A cedilla is a hook (¸) added under certain consonant letters as a diacritic mark to modify their pronunciation. ... Èš È› (T-comma) is a letter which is part of the Romanian alphabet. ... The grave accent ( ` ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek until 1982 (polytonic orthography), French, Catalan, Welsh, Italian, Vietnamese, Scottish Gaelic, Norwegian, Portuguese, and other languages. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... The circumflex ( ˆ ) is a diacritic mark used in written Greek, French, Esperanto, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Japanese romaji, Welsh, Portuguese, Italian, and other languages. ... Ãœ, or ü, is a glyph which represents either a letter from several extended Latin alphabets, the letter U with umlaut, or a letter U with diaeresis. ... A macron (from Gr. ... Ŭ or Å­ is a letter in the Belarusian language, when written in the Łacinka alphabet (based on the Latin alphabet), and is also a letter in the Esperanto alphabet. ... For the Russian magazine, see Ogonyok Ogonek (Polish for little tail; In Lithuanian it is nosinÄ— which literally means nasal) is a diacritic hook placed under the lower right corner of a vowel in the Latin alphabet used in Polish (letters Ä…, Ä™), Lithuanian Ä…, Ä™, į, ų), Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua and Tutchone. ... In punctuation, the term ring is usually reserved for the ring above diacritic mark Ëš (looks similar to °). The ring may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets. ... The double acute accent (  Ì‹ ) is a diacritic mark of the latin script used primarily in written Hungarian. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... In linguistics, a diaeresis or dieresis (AE) (from Greek diairein, to divide) is the modification of a syllable by distinctly pronouncing one of its vowels. ... The acute accent ( Â´ ) is a diacritic mark used in many modern written languages with alphabets based on the Latin script. ... Caron redirects here, for the French actress, see Leslie Caron. ... When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the middle dot ·, or to the glyphs combining dot above ̇ and combining dot below Ì£ which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Eastern European languages and Vietnamese. ... Æ, or æ, is a vowel and a grapheme used in the Icelandic, Danish, Faroese, Norwegian and Ossetian alphabets. ... Jump to: navigation, search Ã…, or Ã¥, is a letter, representing a vowel, in the Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Walloon, Chamorro and Finnish alphabets. ... When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the middle dot ·, or to the glyphs combining dot above ̇ and combining dot below Ì£ which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Eastern European languages and Vietnamese. ... Ð (capital Ð, lower-case ð) (or eth, eð or edh, Faroese: edd) is a letter used in Old English (Anglo-Saxon) and present-day Icelandic and Faroese. ... DŽ (minuscule dž, titlecase Dž) is the seventh letter of the Croatian alphabet, after D and before Đ. It is pronounced as . ... Open e (majuscule: Ɛ, minuscule: É›) is a letter of the extended Latin alphabet. ... Ezh (capital , lowercase ) is a character in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), representing the voiced postalveolar fricative. ... The character ezh-caron Ç®/ǯ is a letter of the Latin Skolt Sami alphabet, denoting a partially voiced postalveolar affricate. ... Vowels Near-close Close-mid Mid Open-mid Near-open Open Where symbols appear in pairs, the one to the right represents a rounded vowel. ... Yogh is a letter used in Middle English and Middle Scots, representing y (IPA: ) and various velar phonemes. ... The character g-stroke Ǥ/Ç¥ is a letter of the Latin Skolt Sami alphabet, denoting the partially voiced palatal spirant (i. ... Romany letter (G with háček, Unicode code points U+01E6 and U+01E7) is a letter used in the Romany and Skolt Sami languages. ... The letter (miniscule: ) is a letter that has been used in various Latin orthographies for Turkic languages, such as Tatar. ... Hwair (lowercase , uppercase ) is a letter from various medieval Latin alphabets, which is currently still used in the transcription of the Gothic alphabet. ... IJ is a letter from the Dutch alphabet used to represent the diphthong or . ... This article lacks information on the subject matters importance. ... Kra (ĸ) is a character used when writing the Kalaallisut language spoken in Greenland. ... Jump to: navigation, search LJ is pronounced as LY. It is a latin form of a letter present in many slavic languages such as Serbo-Croatian. ... LL may stand for: Love Letter Late Latin The word legis (Latin for laws) in law degrees Lebanese pound, Livre Libanaise in French Linked list, a type of data structure Little league Lie-Ler, a person named Tyler who tends to lie, exaggerate, and endlessy spread rumors Long lines, a... A middle dot is one of several types of dots that occur in the middle of a character space, such as the examples in the following table. ... The eng is a letter: ÅŠ (capital), Å‹ (small). ... Å’ Å“ This article is about the ligature, not the simple combination of the letters O and E. For initialisms and the word Oe, see Oe. ... Ø, ø is a vowel and a letter used in the Danish, Faroese and Norwegian alphabets. ... Open o (majuscule: Ɔ, miniscule: É”) is a letter of the extended Latin alphabet. ... The letter Ou () is a letter in the extended Latin alphabet. ... Between the middle ages and today, many ways of writing alphabetical characters were lost. ... Jump to: navigation, search The title of this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. ... The ß — Eszett (IPA ) in German or scharfes S (sharp S) if spelled out — is a letter used only in the German alphabet. ... The esh is a letter: Æ© (upper-case), ʃ (lower-case). ... Þþ The letter Þ (minuscule: þ), which is also known as thorn or þorn is a letter in the Anglo-Saxon and Icelandic alphabets. ... Categories: Language stubs | Old English language | Runes | Uncommon Latin letters ...

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