List of Latin Letters
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List of Latin Letters

This is a list of letters of the Latin script. The definition of a Latin-script letter for this list is a character encoded in the Unicode Standard that has a script property of 'Latin' and the general category of 'Letter'. An overview of the distribution of Latin-script letters in Unicode is given in Latin script in Unicode.

Letters contained in the ISO basic Latin alphabet

Letters not contained in the ISO basic Latin alphabet

Extensions

Letter Name Notes
? Small capital A Nonstandard phonetic symbol; Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? ? Turned A Near-open central vowel
? ? ? Alpha (Script A) Open back unrounded vowel. Duka, Fe'fe, Manenguba, Medumba, Tigon, Tawellemmet Berber cf. Greek: ? ?
? Barred Alpha Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Inverted Alpha
? ? ? Turned alpha (Turned script A) Open back rounded vowel
? Small capital B Bilabial trill; partially voiced bilabial stop in IPA
? ? Small capital barred B Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? B with flourish Middle Vietnamese
? ? Beta
? Small capital C Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Reversed C Claudian letters
? ? Chi Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Chi with low left serif Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Chi with low right ring Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ð ð ? Eth Voiced dental fricative; Icelandic, Elfdalian and Faroese, Old English, African languages (not pronounced in Faroese)
? ? D with short stroke overlay Used for tau gallicum in Gaulish[4]
? ? Insular D Used in various phonetic contexts[5]
? Small capital D Partially devoiced alveolar stop in UPA
? Small capital Eth Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Dum  
? Delta Medieval Welsh, cf. Greek: ? ?
? Small capital E Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Blackletter E Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Barred E Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? E with flourish Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? ? Turned E Anii, Awing, Bafia, Bangolan, Cibak, Dza, Gwak, Huba, Ikposo, Karekare, Kanuri, Kemezung, Kwanja, Kwasio, Lama (Togo), Lamang, Lukpa, Mbula-Bwazza, Mfumte, Mundang, Mundani, Ngizim, Pinyin language, Pan-Nigerian alphabet, Tamasheq, Turka, Yom
? Small capital turned E UPA
? ? ? ? Schwa Mid-central vowel; Azerbaijani letter, Bafut, Berber, Bissa, Bulu (Cameroon), Bura-Pabir, Daba, Dan, Dazaga, Ewondo, Fe'fe, Gude, Kamwe, Kasem, Kpelle, Kwanja, Lamnso', Lyélé, Mada (Nigeria), Makaa, Manengumba, Meta', Mofu-Gudur, Mundani, Ngas, Nuni, Parkwa, Accented Slovenian, Socoro, Tarok, Tedaga, Timne, Vengo, Vute, Yamba, Yom, Zulgo-Gemzek. It was used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986. cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? ? Open E (Epsilon) Open-mid front unrounded vowel. Used in African languages Abidji, Adangme, Adele, Adioukrou, Agatu, Aghem, Ahanta, Aja (Benin), Akan, Akoose, Anii, Anufo, Anyin, Avatime, Ayizo Gbe, Baatonum, Bafia, Bafut, Baka(Cameroon), Baoulé, Bariba, Bambara, Bandi, Baoulé, Basa (Cameroon and Nigeria), Berber, Bhele, Bisa, Boko (Benin), Budu, Busa, Cerma, Cibak, Dagara, Dan, Dendi (Benin), Dii, Dinka, Duala, Dyula, Ewe, Ewondo, Gikyode, Igo, Ikposo, Kako, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lika, Lingala, Maasai, Mandi, Manenguba, Mangbetu, Mbelime, Medumba, Mundani, Nawdm, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Noni, Nuer, Nyang, Pana, Pinyin language, Shilha, Tamazight, Tigon, Turka, Wuzlam, Yambasa, and Yoruba (Benin). cf. Greek: ? ?
? Reversed E Close-mid central unrounded vowel
? ? ? Reversed open E (Reversed Epsilon) Open-mid central unrounded vowel
? Closed reversed open E (Closed reversed Epsilon) Open-mid central rounded vowel
? Closed open E (Closed Epsilon) A misprinted symbol for open-mid central rounded vowel
? ? Turned open E
? Rams horn (Baby Gamma) Close-mid back unrounded vowel
? ? Insular F Used in Norse and Old English contexts[5]
? Small capital F Medievalist addition
? ? Turned F Claudian letters
? Epigraphic letter reversed F  
? Lenis F Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? Insular G Used in a variety of phonetic contexts[5]
? ? ? Script G Voiced velar stop
? Script G with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Small capital G Voiced uvular stop; partially devoiced velar stop in UPA
? Turned G letter for translating the Georgian letter ?
? ? Turned insular G Used by William Pryce to designate the velar nasal ?.[5]
? ? ? Gamma Voiced velar fricative. African Languages Dagbani, Dinka, Ewe, Ikposo, Kabiyé, Kabyle, Kpelle, Tuareg, Wakhi cf. Greek: ??
? ? Gha Ja?alif letter for Tatar, Azerbaijani letter
? Small capital H Voiceless epiglottal fricative
? ? Hwair Gothic
? ? Heta Claudian letters. cf. Greek:
? ? Reversed half h Epigraphic letter used in Roman inscriptions from the Roman provinces of Gaul[6]
? ? ? Heng Juhuri, Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3] cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? Dotless I Turkish, Azerbaijani, and other Turkic languages
? ? ? Small capital I Near-close near-front unrounded vowel. Capital form used in Unifon and for Gabonese orthographies[7]
? Epigraphic letter I Longa Latin long i /i:/ in epigraphic style
? Sideways I Epigraphic variant of I used in early medieval Celtic inscriptions
? ? Turned i Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Small capital I with stroke English near-close central unrounded vowel, or schwa (Oxford University Press dictionary convention)
? ? ? Iota Bissa, Kabye. cf. Greek: ? ?
? Small capital J Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
K Kelvin sign Kelvin unit of measure temperature, character decomposition is a capital K
? Small capital K Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Turned K Proposed symbol for velar click. Withdrawn 1970 as articulation judged impossible
? ? Small capital L Velar lateral approximant; voiced alveolar lateral in UPA
? ? Broken L Medieval Nordic consonant /l:/[8]
? Small capital L with stroke Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? L with double middle tilde Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? L with middle ring Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? L with inverted lazy S Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Lum  
? ? Turned L Used by William Pryce to designate the Welsh voiced lateral spirant [?][5]
? Reversed Lambda Palatal lateral approximant, Pre-1946 Maltese letter
? Small capital M Voiceless bilabial nasal in UPA
? M with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Epigraphic letter inverted M  
? Epigraphic letter archaic M  
? Mum  
? ? Small capital N Uvular nasal; voiceless alveolar nasal in UPA
? ? Reversed N Voiceless velar nasal in UPA. cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? N with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Num  
? ? ? Eng Iñupiat, Northern and Skolt, Velar nasal It was used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986.
? Eng with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Small capital O Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Sideways O Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Blackletter O Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Blackletter O with stroke Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? ? Open O Open-mid back rounded vowel. Used in African languages Aghem, Akan, Bafia, Baka, Bariba, Bambara, Baoulé, Bassa, Boko, Dii, Dinka, Duala, Dyula, Ewe, Ewondo, Ikposo, Kako, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lika, Lingala, Maasai, Mandi, Manenguba, Mangbetu, Mbelime, Medumba, Mundani, Nawdm, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, NAwdmNoni, Nuer, Nyang, Pana, Pinyin language, Tigon, Turka, Wuzlam, Yambasa, and Yoruba (Benin).
? Small capital open O
? Open O with stroke Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Sideways open O Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Top half O Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Bottom half O Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Omega
? Closed omega Rejected symbol for near-close near-back rounded vowel
? ? Ou A ligature of Latin o and u
? ? Small capital Ou A back vowel of uncertain quality in UPA
? Small capital P Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Epigraphic letter reversed P  
? ? Phi Voiceless bilabial fricative. cf. Greek: ? ?
? Tailless phi UPA
? Kra Nunatsiavummiut dialect of Inuktitut in Canada, formerly Kalaallisut language of Greenland. cf. Greek: ? ?
? Small capital Q Japanese linguistics[9]
? ? Insular R  
? ? Yr (small capital R) Old Norse, Uvular trill
? ? R rotunda  
? Small capital reversed R Nonstandard symbol for epiglottal trill. cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? Small capital R with right leg Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? Turned R Alveolar approximant
? Small capital turned R Obsolete symbol for voiceless uvular fricative
? ? Small capital inverted R Voiced uvular fricative
? R with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? R without handle Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Double R Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Double R with crossed-tail Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Script R Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Script R with ring Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Stirrup R Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Rum  
? Small capital rum Medievalist addition
? ? Rum rotunda  
s Long S Former letter of the English, German, Sorbian, and Latvian alphabets
? ? S with short stroke overlay Used for tau gallicum in Gaulish[4]
? ? Insular S  
? ? Reversed S (=Tone two) A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its second tone, cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? Small capital S Medievalist addition
? ? ? Esh Voiceless postalveolar fricative. Ewe language. cf. Greek: ? ?,?
? Baseline Esh Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Reversed Esh loop labialized voiceless postalveolar fricative; IPA: []
? Squat reversed Esh apical retroflex unrounded vowel; IPA: []
? ? Insular T Used by William Pryce to designate the voiceless dental fricative [?][5]
? Small capital T Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Tum  
? ? Turned T Former IPA representation for tenuis dental click
? ? Small capital U Former IPA representation for near-close near-back rounded vowel
? ? Sideways U Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? Sideways diaeresized U Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? U with left hook Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? U with short right leg Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? U bar with short right leg Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? ? Turned H Labial-palatal approximant; Dan / Gio orthography in Liberia, cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? Sha Close back unrounded vowel; A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986. cf. Cyrillic:? ?
? ? Small capital turned M  
? Sideways turned M Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? ? Upsilon African languages Anii, Anyin, Foodo, Kabiyé, Konni, Lukpa, Tem, Yom cf. Greek: ? ?
? Small capital V Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Middle-Welsh V Medieval Welsh[8]
? ? ? Turned V Open-mid back unrounded vowel. Ch'ol, Naninka, Northern Tepehuán, Temne, Wounaan
? Small capital W Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Anglicana W medieval English, medieval Cornish[10]
? Turned W Voiceless labio-velar approximant
? Modifier letter small turned w Used in linguistic transcriptions of Scots[11]
? X with low right ring Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? X with long left leg Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? X with long left leg and low right ring Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? X with long left leg with serif Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Small capital Y Near-close near-front rounded vowel
? Y with short right leg Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Turned delta obsolete and nonstandard symbol for Labialized voiced alveolo-dental fricative; IPA: [ð?, z?]
? Small capital Z Partially devoiced alveolar fricative in UPA
? ? Visigothic Z Medieval Ibero-Romance
? ? ? Ezh Voiced postalveolar fricative; Skolt Sámi, Ewe language
? Small capital Ezh Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Ezh reversed Previously in IPA
? ? Yogh Middle English
Þ þ Thorn Old English, Icelandic
? ? Wynn Old English
? ? Vend Medieval Nordic phoneme /v/ or /u/
? ? Et  
? ? Is  
? ? Con  
? Us  
? Um  
? ? Tresillo Mayan ejective uvular stop /q'/
? ? Cuatrillo Mayan ejective velar stop /k'/
? ? Cuatrillo with comma Mayan ejective alveolar affricate /ts'/
? ? Tone five A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its fifth tone
? ? Tone six A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its sixth tone
? ? ? Glottal stop A letter for glottal stop in Canadian aboriginal orthographies, IPA for glottal stop
? ? Egyptological Alef  
? ? Saltillo Glottal stop in some orthographies in Mexico and Nigeria
? Middle dot Letter representing glottal stop in the sinological tradition (this is not the same character as the middle dot punctuation mark)[12]
? ? Reversed glottal stop Voiced pharyngeal fricative
? Voiced laryngeal spirant Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Ain Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
? ? Egyptological Ain  
? Inverted glottal stop Lateral clicks;
? Dental Clicks Dental clicks;
? Lateral Clicks Lateral clicks;
? Alveolar Clicks Alveolar clicks;
? Palatal Clicks Palatal clicks;
? Stretched C Alveolar clicks;
? Bilabial Clicks (Bullseye) Bilabial clicks;
? Bilabial percussive  
? Bidental percussive  
? ? Volapük AE Archaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[13]
? ? Volapük OE Archaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[13]
? ? Volapük UE Archaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[13]

Letters with diacritics

Letters with diacritics.
Letter Name Notes
? A with right half ring
À à A with grave Aghem, Ahlon, Arammba, Awing, Baka, Bali (Adamawa), Bangolan, Basaa, Bekwarra, Berom, Bete-Bendi, Bribri, Burak, Busa (Mande), Cakfem-Mushere, Catalan, Dendi, Dii, Ditammari, Ebira, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Engenni, Etikwan, Ewe, Ewondo, French, Friulian, Galician, Gbari, Gokana, Hän, Hun-Saare, Hyam, Igede, Igbo, Italian, Izere, Izii, Jen, Jibu, Jukun Takum, Kako, Kaska, Kenyang, Kiowa, Kukele, Kwanja, Limbum, Lithuanian, Lokaa, Luba-Kasai, Mada, Mambila, Manenguba, Masai, Cross River Mbembe, Mbodomo, Medumba, Meta', Mumuye, Mundani, Mwaghavul, Nateni, Navajo, Ngangam, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngas, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Ninzo, Norwegian, Ntcham, Ogba, Okpela, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Reshe, Scottish Gaelic, Sekani, Sena, Swedish, Tagish, Tarok, Tee, Tigon, Tutchone, Tyap, Ut-Ma'in, Vietnamese, Waama, Welsh, Western Frisian, Yoruba, and Zurich German (some spellings); Pe?h-o?-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System
Á á A with acute Afrikaans, Aghem, Ahlon, Arammba, Awing, Bafia, Bafut, Baka, Bangolan, Basaa, Bekwarra, Berom, Bete-Bendi, Blackfoot, Boko (Benin), Boikin, Bribri, Burak, Busa (Mande), Cakfem-Mushere, Chipewyan, Czech, Danish, Dendi, Dii, Ditammari, Duala, Dutch, Ebira, Ekajuk, Etikwan, Ewe, Ewondo, Faroese, Galician, Gadsup, Gbari, Gourmanchéma, Gunu, Hungarian, Ibani, Icelandic, Idoma, Igbo, Ikwere, Iñapari, Irigwe, Irish, Jibu, Jola-Fonyi, Jukun Takum, Kako, Kamwe, Karkar-Yuri, Kaska, Kemezung, Kiowa, Kutep, Kwanja, Kwasio, Lakota, Lingala, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Mambila, Mandi, Manenguba, Masai, Cross River Mbembe, Mbelime, Mbodomo, Medumba, Miyobe, Mmaala, Mwaghavul, Nateni, Navajo, Ngangam, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Nomaande, Noni, Norwegian, Ntcham, Nukna, Nyang, Nzime, Occitan, Ogba, Omaha-Ponca, Osage, Pana, Pinyin transliteration, Pongu, Portuguese, Proto-Indo-European, Pu-Xian Min, Reshe, Romanian, Sámi, Scottish Gaelic, Sekani, Sena, Seneca, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Southern Balochi, Sokoro, Spanish, Sranan Tongo, Sursurunga, Tee, Tem, Tigon, Tongan, Tsuvadi, Tucano, Tunen, Tutchone, Tyap, Vai, Vietnamese, Walser, Wára, Welsh, Winnebago, Yaghnobi, Yambeta, Yambasa, Yangben, Yele, Yoruba, and Yurutí,; Pe?h-o?-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System
 â A with circumflex Awing, Bangolan, Berber, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Ewondo, French, Friulian, Frisian, Hän, Istro-Romanian, Jarai, Kako, Kaska, Kiowa, Kwanja, Accented Latvian, Lingala, Luxembourgian, Manenguba, Medumba, Mengleno-Romanian, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngiemboon, Norwegian, Nzime, Ogba, Old High German, Pana, Proto-Germanic, Portuguese, Pu-Xian Min, Romanian, Sámi, Tagish, Tigon, Turkish, Vietnamese, Walloon, Welsh, and Yoruba; Pe?h-o?-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System, iSO 9
? ? A with circumflex and grave Vietnamese
? ? A with circumflex and acute Vietnamese
? ? A with circumflex and tilde Vietnamese
? ? A with circumflex and hook above Vietnamese
à ã A with tilde Apalai, Aromanian, Bariba, Boko, Bribri, Accented Czech, Gokana, Guaraní, Kashubian, Kaska, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Ngbaka Minagende, Proto-Indo-European, Portuguese, Tee, Tucano, Turka, Vietnamese, !Xóõ, Yoruba, Yurutí, Old Norse
Ã? ã? A with tilde and grave Boko, Bribri, Gokana, Ngbaka Minagende, Tee
Ã? ã? A with tilde and acute Bribri, Lycian transliteration, Tee, Tucano, Yurutí
Ã? ã? A with tilde and circumflex Ngbaka Minagende
Ã? ã? A with tilde and caron Boko, Ngbaka Minagende
Ã? ã? A with tilde and vertical line Ngbaka Minagende
Ã? ã? A with tilde and double vertical line
? ? A with macron Bangolan, Ewondo, Hawaiian, Igbo, Kaska, Kiowa, Latin, Latvian, M?ori, Mbelime, Medumba, Middle High German, Nahuatl, Nyang, Ogba, Pinyin (both language and Chinese transliteration system), Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European, Pu-Xian Min, Skolt Sámi, Samoan, Samogitian, Sanskrit Transliteration, Syriac Romanization System, Tagish, Tahitian, Tongan, Tutchone, Wuzlam; Pe?h-o?-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System
A with macron and grave Kaska, Latin, Sanskrit Transliteration, Tagish
A with macron and acute Kaska, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit Transliteration
A with macron and circumflex Kaska, Proto-Baltic, Tagish
A with macron and tilde Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit Transliteration
A with macron and tilde and acute Proto-Indo-European
A with macron and macron Kienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
A with macron and breve Latin, Middle High German, Proto-Indo-European
A with macron and breve and acute Latin
A with macron and diaeresis Svan transliteration
A with macron and ring above Avestan transliteration
A with macron and caron Greek transliteration, Kaska, Tagish
? ? A with breve Istro-Romanian, Jarai, Latin, Mengleno-Romanian, Middle High German, Romanian, Skolt Sámi, Vietnamese; previously used in Malay; ISO 9; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? A with breve and grave Latin, Vietnamese
? ? A with breve and acute Latin, Vietnamese
? ? A with breve and tilde Vietnamese
? ? A with breve and hook above Vietnamese
? ? A with dot above Cheyenne, Old High German, Skolt Sámi, Ulithian
A with dot above and acute
? ? A with dot above and macron Skolt Sámi
Ä ä A with diaeresis Dinka, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Estonian, Finnish, Gagauz, German, Hän, Kaqchikel, Karelian, Luxembourgian, North Frisian, Norwegian, Rotuman, Sámi, Saterlandic, Seneca, Slovak, Tatar, Turkmen, Tutchone, West Frisian, Welsh, and Yapese; previously used in Azerbaijani; ISO 9; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and acute Seneca, Tutchone, Cabécar, Old High German
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and grave Hän, Tutchone
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and circumflex Hän, Old High German
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and tilde Arikapú, Nadëb
? ? A with diaeresis and macron Livonian, Middle High German, Skolt Sámi, Tutchone
A with diaeresis and macron and breve Old High German
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and breve Old High German
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis and caron Hän
? ? A with hook above Vietnamese
Å å A with ring above Chamorro, Danish, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Greenlandic, Istro-Romanian, Old High German, North Frisian, Norwegian, Old High German, Sámi, Swedish, and Walloon
Å Angstrom sign Ångström unit of measure for length, preferred representation is Å (A with ring above)
? ? A with ring above and acute Danish
Å? å? A with ring above and circumflex Old High German
Å? å? A with ring above and tilde North Germanic Dialectology
Å? å? A with ring above and macron Old High German, Norwegian Dictionaries
Å å A with ring above and macron and breve Old High German
Å? å? A with ring above and breve Old High German
A? a? A with double acute ISO 9, Old High German, Slovak (rarely used), Taiwanese Romanization System
? ? A with caron Awing, Bangolan, Ewondo, Hän, Hyam, Kaska, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lingala, Manenguba, Medumba, Mundani, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Nzime, Pinyin transliteration, Tagish, Tigon, Yoruba
A? a? A with vertical line Ngbaka Minagende, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
A? a? A with double vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
? ? A with double grave Bangolan, Croatian, Accented Slovenian
? ? A with inverted breve Croatian, Glagolitic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
A? a? A with chandrabindu ALA-LC
A? a? A with comma above Greek transliteration, Heiltsuk
A? a? A with cedilla General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages: Dii, Mundani, and Pana
À? à? A with grave and cedilla Dii, Mundani
Á? á? A with acute and cedilla Dii, Pana
Â? â? A with circumflex and cedilla Pana
A with caron and cedilla Mundani
A? a? A with circumflex below Ju?'hoansi
A? a? A with tilde below Kharosthi transliteration, Ngambay, Zarma
À? à? A with tilde below and grave Nateni
Á? á? A with tilde below and acute Mbelime, Nateni
A with tilde below and macron Mbelime
Ä? ä? A with tilde below and diaeresis
Ä ä A with tilde below, diaeresis, and acute
? ? A with ogonek Chipewyan, Creek, Elfdalian, Gwich'in, Hän, Hoc?k, Iñapari, Kashubian, Kaska, Lithuanian, Mescalero-Chiricahua, Navajo, Polish, Sekani, Tagish, Tlingit, Tutchone, Western Apache, and Winnebago
A with grave and ogonek Hän, Kaska, Sekani, Tagish, Tlicho, Tutchone
A with acute and ogonek Chipewyan, Iñapari, Kaska, Lithuanian, Navajo, Omaha-Ponca, Osage, Sekani, Tutchone, Winnebago
A with circumflex and ogonek Hän, Kaska, Tagish
A with tilde and ogonek Lithuanian
A with macron and ogonek Kaska, Tagish, Tutchone, Old Norse, Proto-Germanic, Tagish, Tutchone
A with macron, grave and ogonek Kaska, Tagish
A with macron, acute and ogonek Kaska, Old Norse
A with macron, circumflex and ogonek Kaska, Tagish
A with macron, caron and ogonek Kaska, Tagish
A with dot above and ogonek Avestan transliteration
A with diaeresis and ogonek Hän, Southern Tutchone
A with diaeresis, grave and ogonek Hän
A with diaeresis, acute and ogonek Southern Tutchone
A with diaeresis, circumflex and ogonek Hän
A with diaeresis, caron and ogonek Hän
A with diaeresis, macron and ogonek
A with ring above and ogonek Elfdalian
A with caron and ogonek Hän, Tagish
A with double acute and ogonek
A with ogonek and line below
A with ogonek, line below and grave
A with ogonek, line below and acute
A? a? A with ogonek above
A? a? A with line below Arabic transliteration, Bribri, Coast Tsimshian, Estonian Swedish, Germanic dialectology, Hyam, Kiowa, Koasati, Kwak'wala, Mazatec, Nuer, Seneca, Aguaruna
À? à? A with line below and grave Kiowa
Á? á? A with line below and acute Kiowa, Seneca
Â? â? A with line below and circumflex Kiowa
Ã? ã? A with line below and tilde
A with line below and macron Kiowa
A with line below, macron, and grave Kiowa
A with line below, macron, and acute Kiowa
A with line below, macron, and circumflex Kiowa
Ä? ä? A with line below and diaeresis Estonian Swedish, Germanic dialectology, Seneca
Ä ä A with line below, diaeresis and grave
Ä ä A with line below, diaeresis and acute
Ä ä A with line below, diaeresis and circumflex
Ä ä A with line below, diaeresis and caron
Å? å? A with line below and ring above Estonian Swedish
A with line below and caron Hyam
A a A with line below and ring below Semitic linguistics
? ? A with dot below Avokaya, Thompson, Vietnamese
A with acute and dot below Thompson
A with grave and dot below Thompson
? ? A with circumflex and dot below Vietnamese
A with tilde and dot below ISO 9
A with macron and dot below ALA-LC romanization
? ? A with breve and dot below Vietnamese
A with diaeresis and dot below ISO 9, Old High German
A with diaeresis and grave and dot below
A with diaeresis and acute and dot below
A with diaeresis and circumflex and dot below
A with diaeresis and caron and dot below
A with caron and dot below
A with vertical line and dot below
A? a? A with diaeresis below Uighur transliteration, Pu-Xian Min
À? à? A with diaeresis below and grave
Á? á? A with diaeresis below and acute
Â? â? A with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ä? ä? A with diaeresis below and diaeresis
? ? A with ring below Arabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
A with ring below and circumflex Arabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
A with ring below and diaeresis
A? a? A with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
A? a? A with vertical line below
À? à? A with vertical line below and grave
Á? á? A with vertical line below and acute
Â? â? A with vertical line below and circumflex
Ã? ã? A with vertical line below and tilde
A with vertical line below and macron
A with vertical line below and caron
A a A with vertical line below and vertical line
A a A with vertical line below and comma above
A? a? A with left arrowhead below Uralic dialectology
A with left arrowhead below and macron Uralic dialectology
? ? A with stroke Mazahua,[14]Saanich
A with stroke and grave
A with stroke and acute
? A with retroflex hook previously in IPA
? ? Glottal A Ugaritic transliteration[15]
Alpha with grave Medumba, Tigon
Alpha with acute Medumba, Tigon
Alpha with circumflex Medumba, Tigon
Alpha with tilde
Alpha with macron Medumba
Alpha with breve
Alpha with dot above
Alpha with diaeresis
Alpha with ring above
Alpha with caron Medumba, Tigon
? Alpha with retroflex hook previously in IPA
B? b? B with grave Ntcham
B? b? B with acute Ntcham, Võro; previously used in Sorbian
B? b? B with circumflex Middle Persian transliteration
B? b? B with tilde Yanesha', Old Irish
B? b? B with macron Kire, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
? ? B with dot above Irish (old orthography), Old High German
B? b? B with diaeresis Manichaean transliteration
B? b? B with turned comma above
B? b? B with comma above right Americanist phonetics
? ? B with line below Carian transliteration, Hebrew romanization, Middle Persian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration
B with line below and circumflex Middle Persian transliteration
? ? B with dot below Ikwerre, Kalabari, Saraiki transliteration
B? b? B with diaeresis below Sindhi transliteration
B? b? B with ring below IPA
B? b? B with caron below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? ? B with stroke Jarai, Proto-Germanic
? B with middle tilde  
? B with palatal hook  
? ? B with hook Voiced bilabial implosive, Balanta, Basaa, Bomu, Bushi, Dan, Fula, Hausa, Kpelle, Maore, and Serer; formerly used in Shona
? ? B with topbar Letter in the Zhuang Language from 1957 to 1986
Small capital B with dot above
Small capital B with dot below
C? c? C with grave ISO 9
? ? C with acute Belarusian, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Polish, Romani, Serbian, Sorbian, and Võro
? ? C with circumflex Esperanto, Glagolitic transliteration, Pinyin transliteration
C? c? C with tilde Yanesha'
C? c? C with macron ALA-LC, ISO 9, Dacian transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration
C c C with macron and acute Dacian transliteration
C? c? C with breve ISO 9, Jarai
? ? C with dot above ISO 9, Maltese, Chechen, Irish (old orthography), Old High German
C? c? C with diaeresis ISO 9, Old Irish
? ? C with caron Belarusian, Berber, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Glagolitic transliteration, Lakota, Latvian, Lithuanian, Livonian, Romani, Sami, Slovak, Slovenian, Syriac Latin, and Wakhi
C with caron and acute above Georgian transliteration
C with caron and left half ring above Armenian transliteration
C with caron and comma above Comox
C with caron and comma above right Americanist phonetics
C with caron and reversed comma above Georgian transliteration
C? c? C with double acute
C? c? C with comma above Ditidaht, Haisla, Heiltsuk, Thompson
C? c? C with comma above right Americanist phonetics
C? c? C with reversed comma above Georgian transliteration
C? c? C with left half ring above Armenian transliteration
Ç ç C with cedilla Albanian, Azerbaijani, Catalan, Chechen, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Kurdish, Ligurian, Manx, Occitan, Portuguese, Romanian, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, Venetian, Zazaki; Voiceless palatal fricative
? ? C with cedilla and acute Abaza, Abkhaz, and Adyghe transliteration, Kurdish
Ç? ç? C with cedilla and breve ISO 9
Ç? ç? C with cedilla and dot above Chechen
Ç? ç? C with cedilla and caron Abaza, Abkhaz, and Adyghe transliteration
? Small C with palatal hook Lithuanian dialectology[16][17]
? Capital C with palatal hook Mandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[18]
C? c? C with comma below
C? c? C with circumflex below Old Persian transliteration
C? c? C with line below
C? c? C with breve below Romance dialectology
C? c? C with dot below Armenian transliteration, Georgian transliteration
C with dot below and acute Georgian transliteration
C with dot below and caron Armenian transliteration, Georgian transliteration, Wakhi, Amharic transliteration, Gz transliteration
C? c? C with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
C? c? C with caron below IPA
C? c? C with inverted breve below Old Persian transliteration
C? c? C with ogonek
? ? C with stroke Kutenai, Saanich; Previously used in Latvian
C with stroke and comma above Kutenai
? ? C with bar Previously in Nanai
? ? C with hook Serer
? ? C with curl Voiceless alveolo-palatal fricative
? ? Reversed C with dot  
D? d? D with acute Võro, Kharosthi transliteration, ALA-LC transliteration
D? d? D with circumflex ISO 9
D? d? D with tilde
D? d? D with macron Basque (alternative orthography)
? ? D with dot above Irish (Old orthography), Old High German
D? d? D with ring above German Abbreviation
? ? D with caron Czech, Romani, Slovak
D? d? D with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
D? d? D with comma above Ditidaht
D? d? D with comma above right
? ? D with cedilla Arabic transliteration, Livonian
D? d? D with comma below Old Romanian
? ? D with circumflex below Venda
? ? D with line below Arabic transliteration, Syriac transliteration, Hebrew romanization, Middle Persian transliteration, O'odham, Sindhi transliteration
D? d? D with breve below Romance dialectology
? ? D with dot below Arabic Transliteration, Berber, Engenni, Kalabari, Kharosthi transliteration, O'odham, Sanskrit transliteration, Wakhi
D with dot below and acute Kharosthi transliteration
D with dot below and macron Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
D? d? D with diaeresis below Mandaic transliteration, Sindhi transliteration, Tifinagh transliteration
D? d? D with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
D? d? D with caron below IPA
D? d? D with bridge below IPA
? ? D with stroke Bosnian, Croatian, Jarai, Katu, Sámi, Vietnamese, Middle Persian Transliteration
D with stroke and dot below Inari Sami
D with stroke and line below Middle Persian Transliteration
? D with middle tilde  
? D with palatal hook  
? ? African D, D with tail Voiced retroflex plosive; Bassa, Ewe
? ? D with hook Voiced alveolar implosive; Bushi, Fula, Hausa, Maore, Serer; formerly used in Shona
? D with hook and tail IPA; reportedly used in Ngad'a
? ? D with topbar Letter of the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986
? D with curl Voiced alveolo-palatal stop
Insular D with acute  
Insular D with dot above  
Small capital D with dot above
Small capital D with dot below
Ð? ð? Eth with acute []
Ð? ð? Eth with dot below
È è E with grave Afrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Igbo, Italian, Luba-Kasai, Luxembourgian, Maltese, Norwegian, Occitan, Pinyin transliteration, Scottish Gaelic, Skolt Sámi, Swedish, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yoruba, Zurich German (some spellings); previously used in Romanian; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
É é E with acute Afrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, English, Ewondo, French, Galician, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Irish, Italian, Kashubian, Luxembourgian, Lycian Transliteration, Norwegian, Occitan, Proto-Indo-European, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Romanian, Skolt Sámi, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yaghnobi, Yoruba
Ê ê E with circumflex Afrikaans, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Ewondo, French, Friulian, Glagolitic transliteration, Jarai, Accented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Norwegian, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yoruba; Kurdish Kurmanji; Ukrainian transliteration
? ? E with circumflex and grave Vietnamese, Pinyin transliteration
? ? E with circumflex and acute Vietnamese, Pinyin transliteration
? ? E with circumflex and tilde Vietnamese
Ê? ê? E with circumflex and macron Pinyin transliteration
Ê? ê? E with circumflex and breve Jarai
Ê? ê? E with circumflex and caron Pinyin transliteration
? ? E with circumflex and hook above Vietnamese
? ? E with tilde Apalai, Bribri, Accented Czech, Ewe, Gokana, Guaraní, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Proto-Indo-European, Tee, Tucano, Umbundu, Vietnamese, Yurutí, Zarma
E with tilde and grave
E with tilde and acute Lycian transliteration
E with tilde and circumflex
E with tilde and caron
E with tilde and vertical line
E with tilde and double vertical line
? ? E with macron Creek, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Ewondo, Greek transliteration, Hawaiian, Hiw, Igbo, Kaska, Latin, Latvian, Livonian, Maori, Mwotlap, Samoan, Samogitian, Pali and Syriac transliteration, Skolt Sámi, Tahitian, Tongan, Vurës
? ? E with macron and grave Greek transliteration, Latin, Pali transliteration
? ? E with macron and acute Greek transliteration, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
E with macron and circumflex Proto-Baltic
E with macron and tilde Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
E with macron and tilde and acute Proto-Indo-European
E with macron and macron Kienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
E with macron and breve Latin, Proto-Indo-European
E with macron and breve and acute Latin
E with macron and caron Greek transliteration
E with macron and inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
? ? E with breve Chuvash, Latin, Skolt Sámi, Slavic dialectology, Yaghnobi; previously used in Malay and Romanian; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
E with breve and grave Latin
E with breve and acute Latin, Yaghnobi
E with breve and macron Slavic dialectology, Samaritan transliteration
? ? E with dot above Cheyenne, Lithuanian, Old High German, Samogitian, Ulithian
E with dot above and acute Lithuanian
E with dot above and tilde Lithuanian
E with dot above and macron Samogitian
Ë ë E with diaeresis Afrikaans, Albanian, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Hän, Hiw, Italian, Kaqchikel, Kashubian, Low Saxon, Luxembourgian, Norwegian, Old High German, Old Lithuanian, Ripuarian German, Seneca, Swedish, Syriac transliteration, Taiwanese Hokkien, Uighur, Vurës, Welsh, Yapese; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and grave
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and acute Old High German, Old Lithuanian, Cabécar
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and circumflex
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and tilde Old High German, Old Lithuanian
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and macron Old High German
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and caron
? ? E with hook above Vietnamese
E? e? E with ring above Old High German, Runic transliteration, Walloon
E e E with ring above and macron Runic transliteration
E? e? E with double acute Old High German, Pehoe-Ji
? ? E with caron Awing, Bangolan, Czech, Ewondo, Glagolitic transliteration, Hän, Hyam, Kaska, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lingala, Manenguba, Medumba, Mundani, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Nzime, Old Church Slavonic transliteration, Pinyin transliteration, Sorbian, Tagish, Tigon, Yoruba
E with caron and acute Accented Czech, Old Church Slavonic transliteration
E with caron and tilde Accented Czech
E with caron and double acute Old Church Slavonic transliteration
E with caron and inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
E? e? E with vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System
E? e? E with double vertical line
? ? E with double grave Croatian, Accented Slovenian
? ? E with inverted breve Croatian, Glagolitic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
E? e? E with comma above Greek transliteration
E? e? E with ogonek above
? ? E with cedilla Romance linguistics, Dii, Hebrew romanization, Mundani, Pana
E with grave and cedilla
E with acute and cedilla Romance linguistics
E with circumflex and cedilla
? ? E with breve and cedilla Hebrew romanization
E with caron and cedilla
E with comma below and tilde Slavic dialectology
? ? E with ogonek Apache, Chipewyan, Creek, Elfdalian, Gwich'in, Han, Iñapari, Kaska, Lithuanian, Mescalero-Chiricahua, Navajo, Old High German, Old Norse, Polish, Sekani, Tagish, Tlingit, Tutchone, Winnebago
E with grave and ogonek Tlicho, Winnebago
E with acute and ogonek Old Norse, Romance Dialectology, Lithuanian, Navajo, Winnebago
E with circumflex and ogonek Old High German
E with tilde and ogonek Lithuanian, Romance Dialectology
E with tilde and acute and ogonek
E with macron and ogonek Proto-Germanic, Romance Dialectology
E with macron, grave and ogonek Romance Dialectology
E with macron, acute and ogonek Romance Dialectology
E with macron, circumflex and ogonek
E with macron, tilde and ogonek Romance Dialectology
E with macron, caron and ogonek
E with breve and ogonek Slavic dialectology
E with dot above and ogonek
E with dot above, acute and ogonek
E with diaeresis and ogonek Slavic dialectology, Old High German
E with diaeresis, grave and ogonek
E with diaeresis, acute and ogonek
E with diaeresis, circumflex and ogonek
E with diaeresis, caron and ogonek
E with diaeresis, macron and ogonek
E with double acute and ogonek
E with caron and ogonek
E with inverted breve and ogonek Old Church Slavonic transliteration
E with ogonek and line below
E with ogonek, line below, and grave
E with ogonek, line below, and acute
E with ogonek and dot below
E with ogonek above and ogonek
? ? E with circumflex below IPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
? ? E with tilde below Ngambay, Zarma, !Xóõ, Semitic transliteration
E? e? E with line below Germanic dialectology, Aguaruna
È? è? E with grave and line below
É? é? E with acute and line below
Ê? ê? E with circumflex and line below
E with tilde and line below
E with macron and line below
E with macron, grave and line below
E with macron, acute and line below
E with macron, circumflex and line below
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis and line below
Ë ë E with diaeresis, grave, and line below
Ë ë E with diaeresis, acute, and line below
Ë ë E with diaeresis, circumflex, and line below
Ë ë E with diaeresis, caron, and line below
E with caron and line below
E? e? E with breve below Uralic dialectology
E with breve below and macron Uralic dialectology
? ? E with dot below Abua, Accented Slovenian, Gokana, Ibibio, Isoko, Romance dialectology, Slavic dialectology, Urhobo, Vietnamese, Yaghnobi, Yakö, Yoruba
E with grave and dot below Romance dialectology
E with acute and dot below Romance dialectology, Yaghnobi, Accented Slovenian
? ? E with circumflex and dot below Vietnamese
E with tilde and dot below Romance dialectology
E with macron and dot below Romance dialectology, Slavic dialectology
E with macron and grave and dot below Romance dialectology
E with macron and acute and dot below Romance dialectology
E with macron and tilde and dot below Romance dialectology
E with breve and dot below Romance dialectology, Slavic dialectology, Yaghnobi
E with breve and grave and dot below Croatian and Slovenian dialectology
E with breve and acute and dot below Yaghnobi, Croatian and Slovenian dialectology
E with diaeresis and dot below
E with diaeresis, grave, and dot below
E with diaeresis, acute, and dot below
E with diaeresis, circumflex, and dot below
E with diaeresis, caron, and dot below
E with vertical line and dot below
E with caron and dot below
E with inverted breve and dot below Accented Slovenian
E? e? E with diaeresis below Pu-Xian Min
È? è? E with diaeresis below and grave
É? é? E with diaeresis below and acute
Ê? ê? E with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ë? ë? E with diaeresis below and diaeresis
E? e? E with ring below Arabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
E? e? E with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
E? e? E with vertical line below
È? è? E with vertical line below and grave
É? é? E with vertical line below and acute
Ê? ê? E with vertical line below and circumflex
E with vertical line below and tilde
E with vertical line below and macron
E with vertical line below and caron
E e E with vertical line below and vertical line
E e E with vertical line below and comma above
È? è? E with right arrowhead below and grave Uralic dialectology
Ê? ê? E with right arrowhead below and circumflex Uralic dialectology
E with right arrowhead below and tilde Uralic dialectology
E with right arrowhead below and macron Uralic dialectology
E with right arrowhead below and macron and grave Uralic dialectology
E? e? E with left half ring below
E? e? E with right half ring below
È? è? E with right half ring below and grave
É? é? E with right half ring below and acute
Ê? ê? E with right half ring below and circumflex
E with right half ring below and tilde
E with right half ring below and macron
E with right half ring below and macron and grave
? ? E with stroke Mazahua,[14] Southeastern Tepehuan
? E with retroflex hook previously in IPA
? E with notch UPA
? Schwa with retroflex hook previously in IPA
? Open E with retroflex hook previously in IPA
? Schwa with hook IPA
? Reversed open E with retroflex hook previously in IPA
? Reversed open E with hook (Reversed Epsilon hook) IPA
Open E with grave
Open E with acute
Open E with circumflex
Open E with tilde
Open E with tilde and grave
Open E with tilde and acute
Open E with tilde and circumflex
Open E with tilde and caron
Open E with tilde and vertical line
Open E with tilde and double vertical line
Open E with macron
Open E with breve
Open E with dot above
Open E with diaeresis
Open E with diaeresis and grave
Open E with diaeresis and acute
Open E with diaeresis and circumflex
Open E with diaeresis and caron
Open E with caron
Open E with vertical line
Open E with double vertical line
Open E with dot below
Open E with dot below and grave
Open E with dot below and acute
Open E with dot below and circumflex
Open E with dot below and tilde
Open E with dot below and diaeresis
? ? Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
? ? Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
? ? Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
? ? Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Open E with dot below and caron
Open E with diaeresis below
Open E with diaeresis below and grave
Open E with diaeresis below and acute
Open E with diaeresis below and circumflex
Open E with diaeresis below and diaeresis
Open E with cedilla
Open E with cedilla and grave
Open E with cedilla and acute
Open E with cedilla and circumflex
Open E with cedilla and caron
Open E with ogonek
Open E with ogonek and grave
Open E with ogonek and acute
Open E with ogonek and circumflex
Open E with ogonek and macron
Open E with ogonek and breve
Open E with ogonek and diaeresis
Open E with ogonek and caron
Open E with tilde below
Open E with tilde below and grave
Open E with tilde below and acute
Open E with tilde below and macron
Open E with line below
Open E with line below and grave
Open E with line below and acute
Open E with line below and circumflex
Open E with line below and tilde
Open E with line below and diaeresis
? ? Open E with line below, diaeresis, and grave
? ? Open E with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Open E with line below and caron
Schwa with grave
Schwa with acute
Schwa with circumflex
Schwa with macron Avestan transliteration
Schwa with caron
Schwa with double grave Accented Slovenian
F? f? F with grave ISO 9
F? f? F with acute Võro
F? f? F with tilde Igbo (alternate orthography)
F? f? F with macron ISO 11940
? ? F with dot above Irish (old orthography), Old High German, Old Russian transliteration
F? f? F with comma above
F? f? F with cedilla ALA-LC romanization of Abkhaz
? F with middle tilde  
? F with palatal hook  
? ? F with hook (Script F) Ewe
? ? F with stroke Archaic letter for Ewe
F? f? F with line below
F? f? F with dot below Georgian transliteration
Small capital F
Insular F with acute
Insular F with dot above
Insular F with dot below
G? g? G with grave ISO 9
? ? G with acute Kharosthi transliteration, Macedonian transliteration, Middle Persian Transliteration
G with acute and macron Kharosthi transliteration
? ? G with circumflex Aleut, Esperanto, Proto-Indo-European dialectology
G? g? G with tilde Pre-1936 Tagalog letter; ng, Guaraní
G g G with tilde and acute
? ? G with macron Hebrew romanization, Kharosthi transliteration, Dacian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
G with macron and acute Dacian transliteration
? ? G with breve Turkish, Azerbaijani, Crimean Tatar, Laz, Bashkir transliteration
? ? G with dot above Iñupiat, Irish (old orthography), Maltese, Old High German
G? g? G with diaeresis Nawdm, ALA-LC romanization of Sindhi
G g G with three dots above/diaeresis and dot above Book Pahlavi transliteration
G? g? G with ring above IPA
G? g? G with double acute Old Hungarian
? ? G with caron Arabic transliteration, Berber, Lakota, Manichaean transliteration, Romani, Skolt Sami
G with caron and diaeresis Manichaean transliteration
G? g? G with inverted breve Aleut (alternative orthography), Glagolitic transliteration, Proto-Indo-European dialectology
G? g? G with turned comma above
G? g? G with comma above
G? g? G with comma above right
G? g? G with reversed comma above
? ? G with cedilla Latvian
G? g? G with comma below Old Latgalian
G? g? G with line below Hebrew romanization, Middle Persian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration
G g G with line below and comma above
G? g? G with breve below Romance Dialectology
G? g? G with dot below Eyak, Georgian transliteration
G? g? G with diaeresis below
G? g? G with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
G? g? G with inverted double arch below IPA
? ? G with oblique stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter
? ? G with stroke Proto-Germanic, Skolt Sami
? G with palatal hook  
? ? G with hook Voiced velar implosive
Small capital G with dot above
Small capital G with dot below
? Small capital G with hook Voiced uvular implosive
Gamma with comma above Thompson
H? h? H with grave Greek transliteration
H? h? H with acute Avestan transliteration, Greek transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Võro, ALA-LC romanization
? ? H with circumflex Esperanto
H? h? H with macron ISO 11940
? ? H with dot above Thai transliteration, Old High German
? ? H with diaeresis Kurdish
? ? H with caron Finnish Romani, Lakota
H? h? H with chandrabindu ALA-LC romanization of Kabardian
H? h? H with comma above Heiltsuk
H? h? H with comma above right
? ? H with cedilla Arabic transliteration
H? h? H with ogonek Uyghur transliteration
H? h? H with circumflex below Egyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
H? ? H with line below Arabic transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration
? ? H with breve below Arabic transliteration
? ? H with dot below Afro-Asiatic linguistics (including romanizations of Ancient Egyptian, Amazigh, Akkadian, Hebrew and Arabic)
H with colon below Afro-Asiatic linguistics[19]
H? h? H with diaeresis below
H? h? H with ring below IPA
H? h? H with caron below IPA, Afro-Asiatic linguistics (including romanizations of Ancient Egyptian and Arabic)
H? h? H with inverted breve below
? ? ? H with stroke Voiceless pharyngeal fricative; Maltese
H with stroke and ring below
? ? ? H with hook Voiced glottal fricative; Dagaare, Massa
? ? H with descender Uyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: ? ?
? H with palatal hook Lithuanian dialectology[16][17]
h? H with retroflex hook
Small capital H
? Heng with hook Voiceless palatal-velar fricative
Ì ì I with grave Emiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, Italian, Luba-Kasai, Maltese, Pinyin transliteration, Scottish Gaelic, Vietnamese, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings)
Í í I with acute Afrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Galician, Icelandic, Lingala, Lithuanian, Navajo, Occitan, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Tatar, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yaghnobi
Î î I with circumflex Afrikaans, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Italian, Kurdish, Accented Latvian, Romanian, Turkish, Welsh
Î? î? I with circumflex and acute
? ? I with tilde Apalai, Bariba, Boko, Accented Czech, Greenlandic, Guaraní, Kikuyu, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Umbundu, Vietnamese, Zarma
I with tilde and acute
I with tilde and grave
I with tilde and circumflex
I with tilde and caron
I with tilde and vertical line
I with tilde and double vertical line
? ? I with macron Latvian, Latin, Sanskrit transliteration
I with macron and acute Latin, Sanskrit transliteration
I with macron and grave Latin, Sanskrit transliteration
I with macron and circumflex
I with macron and caron
I with macron and tilde Sanskrit transliteration
I with macron and macron Kienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
I with macron and breve Latin
I with macron and breve and acute Latin
? ? I with breve Jarai, Latin, Yaghnobi; Previously used in Romanian
I with breve and grave Latin
I with breve and acute Latin, Yaghnobi
? i I (uppercase) with dot above Turkish, Azerbaijani, Old High German
I ? I (lowercase, i.e. ?) without dot above Turkish, Azerbaijani, Old High German
i I with dot above and acute
Ï ï I with diaeresis Afrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, French, Glagolitic transliteration, Greek transliteration, Italian, Welsh
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and grave Greek transliteration
? ? I with diaeresis and acute Greek transliteration
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and circumflex
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and tilde
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and macron
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and caron
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis and inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
I? i? I with ring above Old High German
I? i? I with double acute Old High German
? ? I with caron Pinyin
? ? I with hook above Vietnamese
I? i? I with vertical line Pe?h-o?-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other romanizations of Chinese dialects
I? i? I with double vertical line
? ? I with double grave Croatian, Accented Slovenian
I? i? I with chandrabindu ALA-LC Romanization
? ? I with inverted breve Croatian, Glagolitic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
I? i? I with ogonek above
? ? I with ogonek Lithuanian, Navajo
I with ogonek and grave Tlicho
I with ogonek and acute Lithuanian, Navajo
I with ogonek and circumflex
I with ogonek and tilde Lithuanian
I with ogonek and macron Proto-Germanic
I with ogonek, macron, and grave
I with ogonek, macron, and acute
I with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
I with ogonek, macron, and breve
I with ogonek, macron, and caron
I with ogonek and diaeresis
I with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
I with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
I with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
I with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
I with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
I with ogonek and double acute
I with ogonek and caron
I with ogonek and line below
I with ogonek, line below, and acute
I with ogonek, line below, and grave
I? i? I with comma above Heiltsuk
I? i? I with cedilla
Í? í? I with cedilla and acute
Ì? ì? I with cedilla and grave
Î? î? I with cedilla and circumflex
I? i? I with circumflex below Cuneiform transliteration
I with circumflex below and macron Cuneiform transliteration
? ? I with tilde below IPA, Semitic transliteration
I with tilde below and grave
I with tilde below and acute
I with tilde below and macron
I with tilde below and diaeresis
I with tilde below, diaeresis, and acute
I? i? I with line below Germanic dialectology, Aguaruna
Ì? ì? I with line below and grave
Í? í? I with line below and acute
Î? î? I with line below and circumflex
I with line below and caron
I with line below and tilde
Ï? ï? I with line below and diaeresis
I with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Ï ï I with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ï ï I with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ï ï I with line below, diaeresis, and caron
I with line below and macron
I with line below, macron, and acute
I with line below, macron, and grave
I with line below, macron, and circumflex
I? i? I with breve below Uralic dialectology
? ? I with dot below Vietnamese
I with dot below and grave
I with dot below and acute
I with dot below and circumflex
I with dot below and tilde
I with dot below and macron Romance dialectology
I with dot below and diaeresis
I with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
I with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
I with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
I with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
I with dot below and caron
I with dot below and vertical line
I? i? I with diaeresis below
Ì? ì? I with diaeresis below and grave
Í? í? I with diaeresis below and acute
Î? î? I with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ï? ï? I with diaeresis below and diaeresis
I? i? I with ring below IPA (devoiced vowel), Yaghnobi
Í? í? I with ring below and acute Yaghnobi
Ï? ï? I with ring below and diaeresis
I? i? I with inverted breve below IPA, Proto-Indo-European, Uralic dialectology
Í? í? I with inverted breve below and acute Uralic dialectology
I with inverted breve below and tilde Proto-Indo-European
I? i? I with vertical line below
I? i? I with left arrowhead below Uralic dialectology
I with left arrowhead below and macron Uralic dialectology
? ? ? I with stroke Close central unrounded vowel; General Alphabet of Cameroon languages
I with stroke and grave
I with stroke and acute
I with stroke and circumflex
I with stroke and caron
I with stroke and tilde
I with stroke and macron
I with stroke and diaeresis
I with stroke and cedilla
I with stroke, cedilla and grave
I with stroke, cedilla, and circumflex
I with stroke, cedilla and caron
I with stroke and line below
I with stroke, line below, and grave
I with stroke, line below, and acute
I with stroke, line below, and circumflex
I with stroke, line below, and diaeresis
I with stroke, line below, and caron
I with stroke and inverted breve below
? I with retroflex hook  
? ? Glottal I Egyptological yod[15]
Dotless I with dot below Slavic dialectology
Dotless I with ring below
Iota with grave
Iota with acute
Iota with cicumflex
Iota with tilde
Iota with diaeresis
Iota with caron
? Iota with stroke  
J? j? J with acute ISO 9, Kharosthi transliteration
? ? J with circumflex Esperanto
J? j? j J with tilde Lithuanian
J? j? J with macron Kharosthi transliteration, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
J? J with dot above Old High German
J? j? J with diaeresis ALA-LC romanization of Sindhi, Pingasorian
J j J with three dots above/diaeresis and dot above Book Pahlavi transliteration
J? j? J with ring above Old High German
J? j? J with double acute
J? ? J with caron Wakhi, Uralic linguistics
J J with caron and acute Uralic linguistics
J? j? J with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
J? j? J with comma above
J? j? J with ogonek above
J? j? J with line below Sindhi transliteration
J? j? J with dot below Inari Sami, Old High German, Shina
J J with dot below and caron Wakhi
J? j? J with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? ? J with stroke Arhuaco
J with stroke and line below
? ? ? J with crossed-tail Voiced palatal fricative
? Dotless J Old High German
? ? Dotless J with stroke Voiced palatal plosive
? Dotless J with stroke and hook Voiced palatal implosive
K? k? K with grave Greek transliteration, ISO 9
? ? K with acute Macedonian transliteration, Greek transliteration, Saanich, ISO 9
K? k? K with circumflex Carian transliteration, Proto-Indo-Iranian dialectology
K? k? K with tilde Greek transliteration, phonetic symbol for IPA /x/
K? k? K with macron ISO 9
K? k? K with breve Uralic dialectology
K? k? K with dot above Old High German; ALA-LC romanizations
K? k? K with diaeresis Manichaean transliteration
? ? K with caron Skolt Sami, Laz
K? k? K with inverted breve Proto-Indo-European dialectology, Glagolitic transliteration
K? k? K with comma above Greek transliteration
K? k? K with comma above right
K? k? K with reversed comma above
K? k? K with left half ring above Armenian transliteration
? ? K with cedilla Latvian
K? k? K with comma below Old Latgalian
K? k? K with ogonek Uyghur transliteration
? ? K with line below Hebrew romanization, Middle Persian transliteration
K with line below and comma above
? ? K with dot below Urdu transliteration, Georgian transliteration, ALA-LC and DIN 31636 Hebrew romanization (written as q in the main romanization)
K? k? K with breve below Romance dialectology
K? k? K with ring below
K? k? K with caron below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
K? k? K with inverted double arch below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? K with palatal hook  
? ? K with hook Hausa
? ? K with descender Uyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? K with stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? ? K with diagonal stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? ? K with stroke and diagonal stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? ? K with oblique stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter
Small capital K with dot above
? ? L with middle dot Catalan
L? l? L with grave Ntcham
? ? L with acute Slovak, Ntcham
L? l? L with circumflex Accented Latvian, ISO 9
L? l? L with tilde Accented Latvian, Lithuanian
L? l? L with macron Basque (alternative orthography)
L? l? L with dot above Old High German; Previously used in Czech
L? l? L with diaeresis
L? l? L with double acute
? ? L with caron Romani, Slovak
L? l? L with chandrabindu Sanskrit transliteration
L? l? L with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
L? l? L with comma above Heiltsuk, Thompson
L? l? L with comma above right
? ? L with cedilla Latvian, Marshallese
L with cedilla and circumflex Accented Latvian
L with cedilla and tilde Accented Latvian
L? l? L with comma below Nenets in the 1930s, Old Latgalian
? ? L with circumflex below Venda
? ? L with line below Middle Persian transliteration, Tamil transliteration
L with comma above and line below
L? l? L with breve below Romance dialectology
? ? L with dot below Bengali transliteration, Inari Sami, Iñupiat, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L with grave and dot below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L with acute and dot below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
? ? L with dot below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L with dot below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L with dot below and macron and breve Sanskrit transliteration
L with comma above and dot below
L with comma above right and dot below
L with colon below Arabic romanization, Indic linguistics (incl. romanizations of Punjabi)
L? l? L with diaeresis below Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam transliteration
L l L with diaeresis below and macron Bengali transliteration
L? l? L with ring below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L l L with ring below and grave Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L with ring below and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L l L with ring below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L l L with ring below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L l L with ring below and macron and breve Proto-Indo-European
L l L with ring below and caron Sanskrit transliteration
L? l? L with vertical line below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
L l L with vertical line below and grave
L l L with vertical line below and comma above
L? l? L with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? ? L with stroke Gwich'in, Iñupiat, Kashubian, Navajo, Polish, Salish, Silesian, accented Slovenian, Sorbian, Venetian
L with stroke and dot above
L with stroke and comma above
L with stroke and dot below Iñupiat
L with stroke and line below
? ? L with high stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? ? L with bar Saanich
? ? L with double bar Melpa
? ? ? L with middle tilde Velarized alveolar lateral approximant, Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? L with belt Voiceless alveolar lateral fricative
? ? L with palatal hook  
? ? L with retroflex hook Retroflex lateral approximant
? L with retroflex hook and belt Voiceless retroflex lateral fricative in Toda
? L with curl Alevolo-palatal lateral approximant
Small capital L with dot above
Small capital L with dot below
? Lambda with stroke Americanist phonetic notation
Lambda with stroke and comma above
Lambda with middle tilde Heiltsuk
Lambda with middle tilde and comma above Heiltsuk
M? m? M with grave Doo, Gokana, Kikongo, Old Italian, Tarok, Yoruba, Pinyin transliteration and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
? ? M with acute Dii, Gokana, Makari, Tarok, Võro, Yoruba, Yupik, Pinyin transliteration and other transliterations of Chinese dialects; previously used in Sorbian
M? m? M with circumflex Accented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Old High German, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
M? m? M with tilde Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Old Irish
M? m? M with macron Kharosthi transliteration, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
M? m? M with breve Sinhala transliteration
? ? M with dot above Irish (old orthography), Old High German, Sanskrit transliteration
M with colon above Sanskrit transliteration
M? m? M with diaeresis Araki, Old German
M? m? M with double acute
M? m? M with vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
M? m? M with caron Tarok, Wenzhounese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
M? m? M with chandrabindu Sanskrit transliteration
M? m? M with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
M? m? M with comma above
M m? M with comma above right
M? m? M with left half ring above Armenian transliteration
? M with middle tilde  
M? m? M with cedilla Marshallese
M? m? M with ogonek Avestan transliteration, Uralic dialectology
M? m? M with comma below Nenets in the 1930s
M? m? M with line below Middle Persian transliteration, Telugu transliteration
M with line below and acute Telugu transliteration
M? m? M with breve below Romance Dialectology
? ? M with dot below Inari Sami, Sanskrit transliteration, Thaana transliteration
M with acute and dot below Thaana transliteration
M with macron and dot below Thaana transliteration
M with comma above and dot below
M? m? M with ring below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M with ring below and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M m M with ring below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M m M with ring below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M m M with ring below and macron and breve Proto-Indo-European
M? m? M with caron below Uralic dialectology
M? m? M with vertical line below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
M m M with vertical line below and grave
M m M with vertical line below and comma above
M? m? M with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? M with palatal hook  
m? M with retroflex hook
? ? ? M with hook Labiodental nasal
Small capital M with dot above
Small capital M with dot below
? ? N with grave Dii, Kikongo, Old Italian, Pe?h-?e-j?, Tarok, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
? ? N with acute Polish, Kashubian, Lule Sámi, Pe?h-?e-j?, Sorbian, Tarok, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
N? n? N with circumflex Chiricahua, Accented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Massa, ISO 9, Old High German, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ñ ñ N with tilde Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Galician, Guaraní, Hassaniya, Iñupiat, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Ocaina, Quechua, Sanskrit transliteration, Spanish, Tagalog, Wolof
Ñ? ñ? N with tilde and diaeresis Ocaina
N? n? N with macron Basque (alternative orthography), Kharosthi transliteration, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
N? n? N with breve Sinhala transliteration
? ? N with dot above Emiliano-Romagnolo, Sanskrit transliteration, Venda
N with colon above Sanskrit transliteration
N? n? N with diaeresis Cape Verdan Creole, Jacaltec, Malagasy, Ocaina, Old German, Old Hungarian
N? n? N with double acute
? ? N with caron Czech, Slovak, Tarok, Turkmen, Wenzhounese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
N? n? N with chandrabindu Sanskrit transliteration
N? n? N with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
N? n? N with vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
N? n? N with comma above
N? n? N with comma above right
? ? N with oblique stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter
? N with middle tilde  
? ? N with cedilla Latvian
N with cedilla and circumflex Accented Latvian
N with cedilla and tilde Accented Latvian
N? n? N with comma below Old Latgalian, Nenets in the 1930s
N? n? N with ogonek Azerbaijani, Tatar (alternate form of N with descender), Tuvan transliteration, Uralic dialectology
? ? N with circumflex below Venda
N? n? N with tilde below
? ? N with line below Tamil transliteration, Telugu transliteration
N with line below and acute Telugu transliteration
N? n? N with breve below Romance dialectology
? ? N with dot below Inari Sami, Sanskrit transliteration, Thaana transliteration
N with acute and dot below Thaana transliteration
N with macron and dot below Thaana transliteration
N with macron and acute and dot below Thaana transliteration
N with comma above and dot below
N? n? N with diaeresis below Arabic transliteration, Sindhi transliteration, Tamil transliteration
N? n? N with ring below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration, Arabic transliteration
N with ring below and grave Sanskrit transliteration
N with ring below and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ñ? ñ? N with ring below and tilde Sanskrit transliteration
Ñ ñ N with ring below and tilde and acute Sanskrit transliteration
N n N with ring below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
N n N with ring below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
N n N with ring below and macron and breve Proto-Indo-European
N n N with ring below and macron and inverted breve Proto-Indo-European
N with ring below and dot above Sanskrit transliteration
N n N with ring below and inverted breve Proto-Indo-European
N n N with ring below and inverted breve and acute Proto-Indo-European
N n N with ring below and inverted breve and macron Proto-Indo-European
N? n? N with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
N? n? N with vertical line below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
N with vertical line below and grave
N n N with vertical line below and comma above
N? n? N with underline
? ? ? N with left hook Palatal nasal; Bambara and other African languages
? ? N with long right leg Jakota
? ? N with descender Ja?alif
Eng with grave
Eng with acute Avestan transliteration
Eng with circumflex Old High German
Eng with macron
Eng with diaeresis
Eng with diaeresis and dot above (three dots above) Book Pahlavi transliteration
Eng with ring above IPA and other phonetic alphabets
Eng with inverted breve Glagolitic transliteration
Eng with ogonek Uralic dialectology
Eng with dot below Inari Sami
Eng with ring below Proto-Indo-European
Eng with ring below and acute Proto-Indo-European
Eng with ring below and macron Proto-Indo-European
? ? Eng with ring below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European
? N with palatal hook  
? ? N with retroflex hook Retroflex nasal
? N with curl Alevolo-palatal nasal
Small capital N with dot above
Small capital N with dot below
Ò ò O with grave Catalan, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, Italian, Kashubian, Maltese, Norwegian, Occitan, Pinyin transliteration, Pe?h-?e-j?, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings), Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ó ó O with acute Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Italian, Kashubian, Lombard, Norwegian, Occitan, Polish, Pinyin transliteration, Pe?h-?e-j?, Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Welsh, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ô ô O with circumflex Emiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, French, Jarai, Kashubian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Slovak, Vietnamese, Welsh, Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
? ? O with circumflex and acute Vietnamese
? ? O with circumflex and grave Vietnamese
? ? O with circumflex and tilde Vietnamese
Ô? ô? O with circumflex and breve Jarai
? ? O with circumflex and hook above Vietnamese
Õ õ O with tilde Accented Czech, Estonian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Võro
Õ? õ? O with tilde and vertical line
Õ? õ? O with tilde and double vertical line
Õ? õ? O with tilde and grave
? ? O with tilde and acute Lao transliteration
Õ? õ? O with tilde and circumflex
Õ? õ? O with tilde and caron
? ? O with tilde and diaeresis Tunisian Arabic transliteration
? ? O with tilde and macron Livonian
? ? O with macron Glagolitic transliteration, Greek transliteration, Latgalian, Latin, Livonian, Pre-1946 Latvian letter, still sometimes used in some non-standard orthographies, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
? ? O with macron and acute Greek transliteration, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
? ? O with macron and grave Greek transliteration, Latin, Livonian, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
O with macron and circumflex
O with macron and tilde Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
O with macron and tilde and acute Proto-Indo-European
O with macron and macron Kienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
O with macron and breve Latin
O with macron and breve and acute Latin
O with macron and diaeresis Svan transliteration
O with macron and caron
? ? O with breve Foochow Romanized, Jarai, Khmer transliteration, Latin
O with breve and grave Latin
O with breve and acute Latin
O with breve and diaeresis Khmer transliteration
? ? O with dot above Livonian, Ulithian
O with dot above and acute
? ? O with dot above and macron Livonian
O? o? O with dot above right Pe?h-?e-j?
Ó? ó? O with dot above right and acute Pe?h-?e-j?
Ò? ò? O with dot above right and grave Pe?h-?e-j?
O with dot above right and macron Pe?h-?e-j?
O o O with dot above and vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?
Ö ö O with diaeresis Azerbaijani, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Estonian, Finnish, German, Luxembourgish, North Frisian, Norwegian, Rotuman, Sami, Saterlandic, Slovak, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and acute Old High German, Old Hungarian(now spelled ? ?), Cabécar
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and grave Zurich German (some spellings)[20]
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and circumflex Old High German
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and caron
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and tilde Old High German
? ? O with diaeresis and macron Livonian, Old High German
O with diaeresis and macron and breve Old High German
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and breve Old High German
? ? O with hook above Vietnamese
O? o? O with ring above Old High German
? ? O with double acute Hungarian
? ? O with caron Pinyin transliteration
O? o? O with vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System
O? o? O with double vertical line
? ? O with double grave Croatian, Accented Slovenian
O? o? O with chandrabindu
? ? O with inverted breve Croatian, Accented Slovenian
O? o? O with comma above Greek transliteration
Ø ø O with stroke Close-mid front rounded vowel; Danish, Faroese, Mazahua,[14] Norwegian
Ø? ø? O with stroke and grave
? ? O with stroke and acute Danish
Ø? ø? O with stroke and circumflex
Ø? ø? O with stroke and tilde
Ø? ø? O with stroke and macron
Ø ø O with stroke, macron, and acute
Ø ø O with stroke, macron, and breve
Ø? ø? O with stroke and breve
Ø? ø? O with stroke and dot above
Ø ø O with stroke, dot above, and acute
Ø? ø? O with stroke and diaeresis
Ø? ø? O with stroke and double acute
Ø? ø? O with stroke and caron
Ø? ø? O with stroke and ogonek above
Ø? ø? O with stroke and ogonek
O with stroke, ogonek, and acute
Ø ø O with stroke, ogonek, and macron
Ø? ø? O with stroke and dot below
Ø? ø? O with stroke and ring below
Ø? ø? O with stroke and tilde below
O with stroke, tilde below, and acute
ظø¸ O with stroke and cedilla
?¸?¸ O with stroke, cedilla, and acute
? ? ? O with bar Close-mid central rounded vowel. Yanalif. cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? O with horn Jarai, Vietnamese
? ? O with horn and acute Vietnamese
? ? O with horn and grave Vietnamese
? ? O with horn and tilde Vietnamese
O with horn and breve Jarai
? ? O with horn and hook above Vietnamese
O? o? O with ogonek above
Ó? ó? O with ogonek above and acute
O? o? O with cedilla
Ó? ó? O with acute and cedilla
Ò? ò? O with grave and cedilla
Ô? ô? O with circumflex and cedilla
O with caron and cedilla
? ? O with ogonek Cayuga, Creek, Navajo, Gwich'in, Dogrib, Romance linguistics, Old Norse, Skolt Sámi
O with grave and ogonek Tlicho
O with acute and ogonek Navajo, Old Icelandic, Old Norse, Romance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
O with circumflex and ogonek Old High German
O with tilde and ogonek Germanic dialectology, Romance Dialectology
? ? O with macron and ogonek Germanic dialectology, Romance Dialectology, Proto-Germanic, Slavic dialectology, Skolt Sámi
O with macron, grave and ogonek Slavic dialectology
O with macron, acute and ogonek Romance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
O with macron, circumflex and ogonek
O with macron, tilde and ogonek Romance Dialectology
O with macron, breve and ogonek Romance Dialectology
O with macron, caron and ogonek
O with breve and ogonek Romance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
O with breve, acute and ogonek Romance Dialectology
O with dot above and ogonek
O with dot above, acute, and ogonek
O with diaeresis and ogonek Germanic dialectology, Rheinische Dokumenta
O with diaeresis, grave, and ogonek
O with diaeresis, acute, and ogonek
O with diaeresis, circumflex, and ogonek
O with diaeresis, tilde, and ogonek Germanic dialectology
O with diaeresis, macron, and ogonek Germanic dialectology
O with diaeresis, caron, and ogonek
O with double acute and ogonek
O with caron and ogonek
O with inverted breve and ogonek Glagolitic transliteration
O with ogonek and dot below
O with ogonek and line below
O with ogonek, line below, and acute
O with ogonek, line below, and grave
O with ogonek above and ogonek  
O? o? O with circumflex below
O? o? O with tilde below
Ó? ó? O with tilde below and acute
O? o? O with line below Germanic dialectology
Ò? ò? O with grave and line below
Ó? ó? O with acute and line below
Ô? ô? O with circumflex and line below
O with caron and line below
Õ? õ? O with tilde and line below
O with macron and line below
O with macron, acute, and line below
O with macron, grave, and line below
O with macron, circumflex, and line below
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis and line below Estonian Swedish, Germanic dialectology, Seneca
Ö ö O with diaeresis, acute, and line below
Ö ö O with diaeresis, grave, and line below
Ö ö O with diaeresis, circumflex, and line below
Ö ö O with diaeresis, caron, and line below
O? o? O with breve below Uralic dialectology
? ? O with dot below Romance dialectology, Accented Slovenian, Vietnamese, Yoruba
O with grave and dot below Romance dialectology
O with acute and dot below Romance dialectology, Accented Slovenian
? ? O with circumflex and dot below Vietnamese
O with tilde and dot below Romance dialectology
O with macron and dot below Greek dialectology, Romance dialectology
O with macron and grave and dot below
O with macron and acute and dot below
O with macron and tilde and dot below
O with macron and breve and dot below
O with breve and dot below Romance dialectology
O with diaeresis and dot below Greek dialectology, Old High German
O with diaeresis, grave, and dot below
O with diaeresis, acute, and dot below
O with diaeresis, circumflex, and dot below
O with diaeresis, macron, and dot below Greek dialectology
O with diaeresis, caron, and dot below
O with caron and dot below
O with inverted breve and dot below Accented Slovenian
? ? O with horn and dot below Vietnamese
? ? O with vertical line and dot below
O? o? O with diaeresis below Uighur transliteration, Pu-Xian Min
Ò? ò? O with diaeresis below and grave
Ó? ó? O with diaeresis below and acute
Ô? ô? O with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ö? ö? O with diaeresis below and diaeresis
O? o? O with ring below Arabic transliteration, Japanese dialectology
O with ring below and macron Japanese dialectology
O? o? O with caron below Ossetian transliteration
O? o? O with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
O? o? O with vertical line below
Õ? õ? O with left arrowhead below and tilde Uralic dialectology
O with left arrowhead below and macron Uralic dialectology
O? o? O with left half ring below
O? o? O with right half ring below
Ó? ó? O with right half ring below and acute
O? o? O with underline
? Sideways O with stroke UPA
? Open O with retroflex hook  
? ? O with loop Medieval Nordic vowel /?/, /ø:/, and /ey/[8]
? O with low ring inside UPA
? ? O with long stroke overlay  
Open O with acute
Open O with grave
Open O with circumflex
Open O with caron
Open O with tilde
Open O with tilde and acute
Open O with tilde and grave
Open O with tilde and circumflex
Open O with tilde and caron
Open O with tilde and vertical line
Open O with tilde and double vertical line
Open O with macron
Open O with breve
Open O with dot above
Open O with diaeresis
Open O with diaeresis and grave
Open O with diaeresis and acute
Open O with diaeresis and circumflex
Open O with diaeresis and caron
Open O with caron
Open O with vertical line
Open O with double vertical line
Open O with dot below
Open O with dot below and grave
Open O with dot below and acute
Open O with dot below and circumflex
Open O with dot below and tilde
Open O with dot below and diaeresis
? ? Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
? ? Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
? ? Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
? ? Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Open O with dot below and caron
Open O with diaeresis below
Open O with diaeresis below and grave
Open O with diaeresis below and acute
Open O with diaeresis below and circumflex
Open O with diaeresis below and diaeresis
Open O with line below
Open O with line below and grave
Open O with line below and acute
Open O with line below and circumflex
Open O with line below and caron
Open O with line below and tilde
Open O with line below and diaeresis
? ? Open O with line below, diaeresis, and grave
? ? Open O with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Open O with cedilla
Open O with grave and cedilla
Open O with acute and cedilla
Open O with circumflex and cedilla
Open O with caron and cedilla
Open O with ogonek Formerly sometimes used in IPA for nasalized ?
Open O with ogonek and acute
Open O with ogonek and grave
Open O with ogonek and circumflex
Open O with ogonek and caron
Open O with ogonek and macron
Open O with ogonek and breve
Open O with ogonek and diaeresis
Open O with ogonek and line below
Open O with tilde below
Open O with tilde below and grave
Open O with tilde below and acute
Open O with tilde below and macron
P? p? P with grave ISO 9
? ? P with acute Võro; Previously used in Sorbian, Old Hungarian
P? p? P with tilde South Efate, Yanesha, Old English
P? p? P with macron Bislama, Kharosthi Transliteration, Hebrew romanization
P? p? P with breve Uralic Dialectology
? ? P with dot above Irish (old orthography)
P? p? P with diaeresis Old Irish
P? p? P with double acute Old Norse
P? p? P with inverted breve Slavic Dialectology
P? p? P with comma above
P? p? P with comma above right
P? p? P with reversed comma above
P? p? P with left half ring above
P? p? P with line below Hebrew romanization, Old Persian
P? p? P with dot below Georgian transliteration
P? p? P with diaeresis below
P? p? P with caron below IPA
? ? P with stroke Tanimuca-Retuarã
? ? P with stroke through descender Medieval abbreviations[8]
? P with middle tilde  
? P with palatal hook  
? ? P with hook Serer
? ? P with flourish Medieval abbreviations[8]
? ? P with squirrel tail Medieval abbreviations[8]
Small capital P with dot above
Q? q? Q with acute Tsimané, Old Hungarian
Q? q? Q with tilde abbreviation
Q? q? Q with macron Latin abbreviation
Q? q? Q with dot above Manichean transliteration, Old Uighur transliteration
Q? q? Q with diaeresis Manichean transliteration, Old Uighur transliteration
Q? q? Q with double acute Old Uighur transliteration (one method)
Q? q? Q with comma above
Q? q? Q with comma above right
Q? q? Q with cedilla Caucasian dialectology
Q? q? Q with dot below Georgian transliteration, Old Uighur transliteration
Q q Q with dot below and dot above Old Uighur transliteration
Q q Q with dot below and diaeresis Old Uighur transliteration
Q? q? Q with line below
? ? Q with stroke through descender Medieval abbreviations[8]
Q with stroke through descender and tilde
? ? Q with diagonal stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? Q with hook
? ? Q with hook tail Numanggang
R? r? R with grave Croatian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
? ? R with acute Croatian, Lower Sorbian, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
R? r? R with circumflex Ajië, Accented Latvian
R? r? R with tilde Lithuanian, Accented Latvian
R? r? R with macron Armenian transliteration, Basque (alternative orthography), Wenzhounese Romanization System
R? r? R with breve Nepali transliteration
? ? R with dot above Urdu transliteration
R? r? R with double acute
? ? R with caron Czech, Upper Sorbian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
R? r? R with vertical line
? ? R with double grave Croatian, Accented Slovenian
? ? R with inverted breve Croatian, Accented Slovenian
R? r? R with comma above
R? r? R with comma above right
? ? R with cedilla Pre-1946 Latvian letter, still sometimes used in some non-standard orthographies
R? r? R with comma below Latgalian
R? r? R with ogonek Dravidian Dialectology
R r R with ogonek and macron Dravidian dialectology
? ? R with oblique stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter
R? r? R with circumflex below Old Persian Transliteration
? ? R with line below Pitjantjatjara, Pashto transliteration, Tamil transliteration
? ? R with dot below Afro-Asiatic transliteration, Inari Sami, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R with dot below and grave Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R with dot below and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
? ? R with dot below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R with dot below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R with dot below and macron and tilde Sanskrit transliteration
R with dot below and macron and breve Proto-Indo-European
R? r? R with diaeresis below Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam transliteration
R? r? R with ring below Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and grave Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R with ring below and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and circumflex Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and tilde Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and macron Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and macron and acute Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R r R with ring below and macron and breve Proto-Indo-European
R with ring below and caron Sanskrit transliteration
R? r? R with caron below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
R? r? R with vertical line below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
R? r? R with inverted breve below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? ? R with stroke Kanuri
? R with middle tilde  
? Turned r with middle tilde Used in linguistic transcriptions of Scots[11]
? Turned R with long leg Alveolar lateral flap
? R with palatal hook  
? ? Turned R with hook Retroflex approximant
? Turned R with tail UPA
? R with long leg Former IPA letter;
? ? R with tail Retroflex flap
? R with fishhook Alveolar flap
? R with fishhook and middle tilde  
? Reversed R with fishhook IPA: [z?]
Small capital R with dot above
Small capital R with dot below
R rotunda with acute
R rotunda with dot below
S? s? S with grave Ugaritic transliteration, Wenzhounese Romanization System
? ? S with acute Polish, Sanskrit transliteration
S with acute and grave Semitic transliteration
? ? S with acute and comma above right
? ? S with acute and dot above ISO 259 Hebrew romanization
? ? S with circumflex Esperanto
S? s? S with tilde Old German (usually written S macron), Medieval Basque
S? s? S with macron Basque (alternative orthography), Old German
S s S with macron and turned comma above
S? s? S with breve
? ? S with dot above Irish (old orthography), Emiliano-Romagnolo, Medieval Basque
S with dot above and tilde Medieval Basque
S? s? S with diaeresis Seneca, Old Czech, Old German
S? s? S with double acute Kharosthi transliteration
? ? S with caron Arabic, Syriac, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovenian, Sorbian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Bosnian
S with caron and grave Semitic transliteration
S with caron and acute Avestan transliteration
? ? S with caron and dot above ISO 259 Hebrew romanization
S with caron and comma above
S? s? S with inverted breve
S? s? S with turned comma above
S? s? S with comma above
S? s? S with comma above right
? ? S with cedilla Azerbaijani, Gagauz, Turkish and Turkmen, also used in the Roman alphabets of Tatar, Crimean Tatar, Bashkir, Kazakh, Chechen, and Kurdish.
? ? S with comma below Romanian, cf. comma-below versus cedilla
S? s? S with ogonek
S with ogonek and caron Avestan transliteration
? ? S with oblique stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter; pre-1950 Lower Sorbian letter
S? s? S with line below Middle Persian transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration
S with line below and acute Kharosthi transliteration
S? s? S with breve below
? ? S with dot below O'odham, Yoruba, Arabic transliteration, Hebrew romanization, Sanskrit transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Afro-Asiatic transliteration, Indic transliteration
S with dot below and acute Gz transliteration
S with dot below and macron Kharosthi transliteration
? ? S with dot below and dot above Thaana transliteration, ISO 259 Hebrew romanization
S with dot below and caron Avestan transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Berber languages, Wakhi
S with dot below and comma above right
S with dot below and line below Kharosthi transliteration
S? s? S with diaeresis below Extended Devanagari transliteration
S with diaeresis below and caron Manichaean transliteration
S? s? S with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
S with ring below and acute Lydian transliteration
S? s? S with caron below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
S? s? S with vertical line below
S? s? S with bridge below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
Small capital S with dot above
Small capital S with dot below
s? Long s with acute
? Long s with dot above Irish orthography
s? Long s with dot below
? S with middle tilde  
? S with palatal hook  
? ? Small S with hook Voiceless retroflex fricative
? Capital S with hook Mandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[18]
? ? S with swash tail Shona
? Long S with diagonal stroke Pre-1921 Latvian letter; pre-1950 Lower Sorbian letter
? Long S with high stroke  
? Esh with palatal hook  
? Esh with retroflex hook  
? Esh with curl  
T? t? T with grave Egyptian transliteration, Old Church Slavonic Transliteration
T? t? T with acute Egyptian transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration
T? t? T with tilde Old English abbreviation
T? t? T with macron Basque (alternative orthography), ISO 9
T? t? T with breve Uralic dialectology
T t T with breve and grave
? ? T with dot above Irish (old orthography)
T? ? T with diaeresis Arabic transliteration, Old Irish
? ? T with caron Czech, Slovak
T? t? T with inverted breve Slavic dialectology
T? t? T with comma above
T? t? T with comma above right
T? t? T with reversed comma above
T? t? T with left half ring above
? ? T with cedilla Gagauz
? ? T with comma below Romanian
T? t? T with ogonek Abkhaz transliteration
T? t? T with acute below Berber
? ? T with circumflex below Venda, Egyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
T? t? T with tilde below Avestan transliteration
? ? T with line below Pashto transliteration, Arabic transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration
T? t? T with breve below Romance dialectology
? ? T with dot below Arabic and Syriac transliteration, Sanskrit Transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Indic transliteration; used for the emphatic T sound heard in Afro-Asiatic languages.
T with dot below and acute Kharosthi transliteration
T? t? T with diaeresis below
T? t? T with ring below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
T? t? T with caron below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
T? t? T with inverted breve below Egyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
T? t? T with bridge below IPA and other phonetic alphabets
? Inverted glottal stop with stroke Previously in IPA
? ? T with stroke Northern Sámi
? ? T with diagonal stroke Saanich
? T with middle tilde  
? ? T with palatal hook Previously in IPA
? ? T with hook Serer
? ? T with retroflex hook Voiceless retroflex plosive
? T with curl Voiceless alveolo-palatal stop
Small capital T with dot above
Small capital T with dot below
Ù ù U with grave Emiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, French, Italian, Maltese, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings)
Ú ú U with acute Afrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Icelandic, Irish, Occitan, Portuguese, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Welsh
Û û U with circumflex Afrikaans, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Kurdish, Turkish, Welsh
? ? U with tilde Accented Czech, Carian transliteration, Lao transliteration, Vietnamese
U with tilde and grave Carian transliteration
? ? U with tilde and acute Carian transliteration, Lao transliteration
U with tilde and circumflex
U with tilde and ring above
U with tilde and caron
U with tilde and vertical line
U with tilde and double vertical line
? ? U with macron Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Shughni, Arabic transliteration, Sanskrit and Pali transliteration, Syriac transliteration cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
U with macron and grave Sanskrit and Pali Transliteration
U with macron and acute Latin, Accented Lithuanian, Sanskrit and Pali Transliteration
U with macron and circumflex
U with macron and caron
U with macron and tilde Sanskrit and Pali Transliteration
U with macron and macron Kienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
U with macron and breve
U with macron and breve and acute
? ? U with macron and diaeresis Tunisian Arabic transliteration
U with macron and ring above Shughni
? ? U with breve cf. Cyrillic: ? ?, Belarusian, Esperanto, Jarai, Latin; previously used in Romanian
U with breve and grave
U with breve and acute
U? u? U with dot above
U u U with dot above and acute
U u U with dot above and macron
Ü ü U with diaeresis Azerbaijani, Catalan, Dutch, Estonian, Frisian, German, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Rotuman, Slovak, Spanish, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, Welsh, Hanyu Pinyin; cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
? ? U with diaeresis and grave Fourth tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin, Zurich German (some spellings)[20]
? ? U with diaeresis and acute Second tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
Ü? ü? U with diaeresis and circumflex
Ü? ü? U with diaeresis and tilde
? ? U with diaeresis and macron First tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
U with diaeresis and macron and breve
Ü? ü? U with diaeresis and breve
? ? U with diaeresis and caron Third tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
? ? U with hook above Vietnamese
? ? U with ring above Czech, Shughni
U with ring above and acute Accented Czech
U with ring above and tilde Accented Czech
? ? U with double acute cf. Cyrillic: ? ?, Hungarian
? ? U with caron Pinyin
U? u? U with vertical line Pe?h-?e-j?, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
U? u? U with double vertical line
? ? U with double grave Croatian, Accented Slovenian
? ? U with inverted breve Croatian, Accented Slovenian
U? u? U with comma above
U? u? U with ogonek above
? ? U with hook above Vietnamese
? ? U with horn Jarai, Vietnamese
? ? U with horn and acute Vietnamese
? ? U with horn and grave Vietnamese
? ? U with horn and tilde Vietnamese
U with horn and breve Jarai
? ? U with horn and hook above Vietnamese
? ? U with horn and dot below Vietnamese
U? u? U with cedilla
Ú? ú? U with acute and cedilla
Ù? ù? U with grave and cedilla
Û? û? U with circumflex and cedilla
U with caron and cedilla
? ? U with ogonek Lithuanian
U with ogonek and grave
U with ogonek and acute
U with ogonek and circumflex
U with ogonek and caron
U with ogonek and macron
U with ogonek, macron, and acute
U with ogonek, macron, and grave
U with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
U with ogonek, macron, and breve
U with ogonek, macron, and caron
U with ogonek and diaeresis
U with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
U with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
U with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
U with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
U with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
U with ogonek and double acute
U with ogonek and line below
U with ogonek, line below, and acute
U with ogonek, line below, and grave
? ? U with circumflex below IPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
? ? U with tilde below IPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
U with tilde below and grave
U with tilde below and acute
U with tilde below and macron
U with tilde below and diaeresis
U? u? U with line below Germanic dialectology, Aguaruna
Ù? ù? U with line below and grave
Ú? ú? U with line below and acute
Û? û? U with line below and circumflex
U with line below and tilde
U with line below and macron
U with line below, macron, and acute
U with line below, macron, and grave
U with line below, macron, and circumflex
Ü? ü? U with line below and diaeresis Germanic dialectology
U with line below, diaeresis, and acute
U with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ü ü U with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
U with line below, diaeresis, and caron
U with line below and caron
? ? U with dot below Vietnamese
U with dot below and grave
U with dot below and acute
U with dot below and circumflex
U with dot below and tilde
U with dot below and macron
U with dot below and diaeresis
U with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
U with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
U with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
U with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
U with dot below and caron
U with dot below and vertical line
? ? U with diaeresis below Uighur transliteration, Pe?h-?e-j?
U with diaeresis below and grave Pe?h-?e-j?
U with diaeresis below and acute Pe?h-?e-j?
U with diaeresis below and circumflex Pe?h-?e-j?
U with diaeresis below and diaeresis
U? u? U with ring below
Ü? ü? U with ring below and diaeresis
U? u? U with inverted breve below
U with inverted breve below and tilde
Ü? ü? U with inverted breve below and diaeresis
U? u? U with vertical line below
U? u? U with left arrowhead below
U with left arrowhead below and tilde
U with left arrowhead below and macron
? ? ? U bar Close central rounded vowel
U bar with grave
U bar with acute
U bar with circumflex
U bar with tilde
U bar with macron
U bar with diaeresis
U bar with caron
U bar with cedilla
U bar with tilde below
U bar with tilde below and acute
U bar with line below
U bar with line below and acute
U bar with line below and grave
U bar with line below and circumflex
U bar with line below and diaeresis
U bar with ring below
? ? U with stroke Mazahua[14]
? Small capital U with stroke  
? U with retroflex hook  
? ? Glottal U Ugaritic transliteration[15]
? Turned H with fishhook  
? Turned H with fishhook and tail  
? ? Turned M with long leg Velar approximant
Upsilon with grave
Upsilon with acute
Upsilon with tilde
? Upsilon with stroke Near-close central rounded vowel
V? v? V with grave
V? v? V with acute
V? v? V with circumflex
? ? V with tilde Mundang
V with tilde and grave
V with tilde and acute
V with tilde and circumflex
V with tilde and caron
V? v? V with macron Maore
V v V with macron and grave
V v V with macron and acute
V v V with macron and circumflex
V v V with macron and tilde
V v V with macron and macron
V v V with macron and breve
V v V with macron and caron
V? v? V with breve
V v V with breve and acute
V? v? V with dot above
V? v? V with diaeresis
V v V with diaeresis and grave
V v V with diaeresis and acute
V v V with diaeresis and circumflex
V v V with diaeresis and macron
V v V with diaeresis and caron
V? v? V with ring above
V? v? V with double acute
V? v? V with caron
V? v? V with vertical line
V? v? V with double grave
V? v? V with chandrabindu
V? v? V with comma above
V? v? V with cedilla
V? v? V with ogonek
V v V with ogonek and grave
V v V with ogonek and acute
V v V with ogonek and circumflex
V v V with ogonek and caron
V v V with ogonek and macron
V v V with ogonek, macron, and acute
V v V with ogonek, macron, and grave
V v V with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
V v V with ogonek, macron, and caron
V v V with ogonek and diaeresis
V v V with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
V v V with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
V v V with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
V v V with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
V v V with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
V v V with ogonek and double acute
V v V with ogonek and line below
V v V with ogonek, line below, and acute
V v V with ogonek, line below, and grave
V v V with ogonek, line below, and circumflex
V v V with ogonek, line below, and caron
V? v? V with line below
V v V with line below and grave
V v V with line below and acute
V v V with line below and circumflex
V v V with line below and caron
V with line below and tilde
V v V with line below and diaeresis
V v V with line below, diaeresis, and acute
V v V with line below, diaeresis, and grave
V v V with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
V v V with line below, diaeresis, and caron
? ? V with dot below Inari Sami, ALA-LC and DIN 31636 Hebrew romanization (written as w in the main romanization)
V? v? V with ring below
? ? V with diagonal stroke Medieval abbreviations[8]
? V with palatal hook  
? ? ? V with hook (Script V) Labiodental approximant;Bissa, Kabye
V with hook (Script V) with grave
V with hook (Script V) with acute
V with hook (Script V) with circumflex
V with hook (Script V) with tilde
V with hook (Script V) with diaeresis
V with hook (Script V) with caron
? V with right hook Labiodental flap
? V with curl  
Vend with acute
Vend with dot above
Vend with dot below
? ? W with grave Welsh
? ? W with acute Welsh
? ? W with circumflex Chichewa, Nsenga, Welsh, ISO 259 Hebrew romanization
W? w? W with tilde
W? w? W with macron
W? w? W with breve
? ? W with dot above ISO 259 Hebrew romanization
? ? W with diaeresis Welsh, Tlingit
W? ? W with ring above Arabic transliteration
W? w? W with double acute
W? w? W with caron
W? w? W with vertical line
W? w? W with comma above
W? w? W with line below Saanich
? ? W with dot below Urdu transliteration
W? w? W with ring below
W? w? W with caron below
? ? W with hook Puguli language
X? x? X with grave
X? x? X with acute
X? x? X with circumflex
X? x? X with tilde
X? x? X with macron
X? x? X with breve
X x X with breve and acute
? ? X with dot above Americanist phonetic notation, Pashto transliteration
? ? X with diaeresis Kurdish
X? x? X with ring above
X? x? X with caron
X? x? X with comma above
X? x? X with comma above right
X? x? X with line below Saanich
X x X with line below and comma above
X? x? X with dot below
X x X with dot below and comma above
X? x? X with ring below
? X with palatal hook  
? ? Y with grave Vietnamese, Welsh
Ý ý Y with acute Afrikaans, Czech, Faroese, Icelandic, Old Norse, Slovak, Vietnamese, Welsh
? ? Y with circumflex Old Tupi, Welsh
? ? Y with tilde Accented Czech, Vietnamese
? ? Y with macron Latin, Livonian, Cornish
Y with macron and grave
Y with macron and acute
Y with macron and tilde
Y with macron and breve
Y? y? Y with breve
Y y Y with breve and grave
Y y Y with breve and acute
? ? Y with dot above Middle English
Y with dot above and acute
? ÿ Y with diaeresis French, Greek transliteration, Welsh
ÿ? Y with diaeresis and acute
Y? ? Y with ring above Arabic transliteration
Y? y? Y with double acute
Y? y? Y with caron
Y? y? Y with vertical line
Y? y? Y with double vertical line
Y? y? Y with chandrabindu
Y? y? Y with comma above
? ? Y with hook above Vietnamese
Y? y? Y with ogonek above
Y? y? Y with line below
? ? Y with dot below Vietnamese
Y with colon below Sogdian transliteration
Y? y? Y with ring below
Y? y? Y with inverted breve below
? ? Y with stroke Lubuagan Kalinga
? ? Y with hook Fula, Hausa
? ? Y with loop Medieval Welsh[8]
Z? z? Z with grave Old Welsh, Wenzhounese Romanization System
? ? Z with acute Polish, Wenzhounese Romanization System
? ? Z with circumflex Pinyin Cyrillic transliteration
Z? z? Z with tilde Old German (usually written Z macron)
Z? z? Z with macron Old Berber transliteration, Old German, Wenzhounese Romanization System
? ? Z with dot above Polish, Maltese
Z? z? Z with diaeresis
Z? z? Z with double acute
? ? Z with caron Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovenian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Bosnian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Z with caron and acute
Z with caron and double grave
Z? z? Z with inverted breve
Z? z? Z with comma above
Z? z? Z with comma above right
Z? z? Z with ogonek
Z? z? Z with acute below
? ? Z with line below Middle Persian transliteration, 1953 Hebrew Academy romanization of Hebrew (written as ? in the main romanization)
Z? z? Z with breve below
? ? Z with dot below Arabic transliteration
Z with dot below and acute
Z with dot below and caron
Z with colon below Arabic transliteration
Z? z? Z with diaeresis below
Z? z? Z with ring below
? ? Z with stroke Yanalif, Polish (as an allograph of ?, used only in uppercase)
? Z with middle tilde  
? Small Z with palatal hook  
? Capital Z with palatal hook Mandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[18]
? ? Z with hook Medieval German
? ? Z with retroflex hook Voiced retroflex fricative
? ? Z with curl Voiced alveolo-palatal fricative
? ? Z with swash tail Shona
? ? Z with descender Uyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: ? ?
Ezh with acute
Ezh with dot above
? ? Ezh with caron Karelian, Skolt Sámi
Ezh with caron and acute
Ezh with ring below
? Ezh with retroflex hook  
? Ezh with tail Previously in IPA
? Ezh with curl  
Þ? þ? Thorn with acute
Þ? þ? Thorn with dot below
? ? Thorn with stroke Old English and Middle English abbreviation for þæt or þat (thorn with diagonal stroke); Old Norse abbreviation for þat, þess, þor- (thorn with horizontal stroke).[8][21]
? ? Thorn with stroke through descender Medieval abbreviations[8]
? Two with stroke Previously in IPA
? ? Cuatrillo with comma Mayan glottalized alveolar affricate /ts?/
? Glottal stop with stroke Epiglottal plosive
? Reversed glottal stop with stroke Voiced epiglottal fricative

Ligatures and digraphs

Ligatures and digraphs
Letter Name Notes
? ? AA Medieval Nordic vowel /a:/[8]
AA with acute
AA double acute
AA with dot above
AA with diaeresis
AA with dot below
Æ æ ? AE Ash, Aesc, Near-open front unrounded vowel. cf. Cyrillic: ? ?
Æ? æ? AE with grave
? ? AE with acute Danish
Æ? æ? AE with circumflex
Æ? æ? AE with caron
Æ? æ? AE with tilde
Æ æ AE with tilde and acute
Æ æ AE with tilde and grave
Æ æ AE with tilde and circumflex
Æ æ AE with tilde and caron
? ? AE with macron Old English
AE with macron and acute
AE with macron and circumflex
AE with macron and tilde
AE with macron and breve
Æ? æ? AE with breve
Æ? æ? AE with dot above
Æ? æ? AE with diaeresis
Æ æ AE with diaeresis and grave
Æ æ AE with diaeresis and acute
Æ æ AE with diaeresis and circumflex
Æ æ AE with diaeresis and caron
Æ? æ? AE with ring
Æ? æ? AE with double acute
Æ? æ? AE with ogonek above
Æ? æ? AE with ogonek
Æ æ AE with grave and ogonek
AE with acute and ogonek
Æ æ AE with circumflex and ogonek
Æ æ AE with diaeresis and ogonek
AE with macron and ogonek
Æ æ AE with caron and ogonek
Æ æ AE with ogonek and line below
Æ? æ? AE with line below
Æ æ AE with line below and tilde
Æ æ AE with line below and diaeresis
Æ? æ? AE with dot below
Æ æ AE with left arrowhead below and tilde
? Small capital AE  
? ? Turned AE  
? A reversed-Schwa Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? ? AO Medieval Nordic vowel /?/
AO with acute
AO with double acute
AO with dot below
? ? AU Medieval Nordic vowel /au/, /?/, /ø/, and /ø:/
AU with acute
AU with dot below
? ? AV Medieval Nordic vowel /au/, /?/, /ø/, and /ø:/
? ? AV with horizontal bar Medieval Nordic vowel /?/, /ø/, /ø:/, and /?:/
AV with acute
AV with double acute
AV with ogonek
AV with dot below
AV with horizontal bar and acute
? ? AY Medieval Nordic vowel /?/, /ø:/, and /ey/
AY with dot above
AY with dot below
? DB digraph Nonstandard symbol for voiced labiodental plosive
DZ Dz dz DZ
? DZ digraph
? ? ? DZ with caron
? DZ digraph with retroflex hook Sinological transcription for a voiced retroflex affricate[22]
? DZ digraph with curl  
? Dezh digraph  
ff Ligature FF  
ffi Ligature FFI  
ffl Ligature FFL  
fi Ligature FI  
fl Ligature FL  
? Feng digraph  
IJ ij Ligature IJ Dutch, West Frisian
? Iotified E historically used for Yakut[23]
LJ Lj lj LJ  
? ? Middle-Welsh Ll Medieval Welsh[8]
? LS digraph  
? LZ digraph  
? Lezh digraph Voiced alveolar lateral fricative
NJ Nj nj NJ  
OE oe ? Ligature OE French, Ethel, Open-mid front rounded vowel
OE? oe? Ligature OE with grave
OE? oe? Ligature OE with acute
OE? oe? Ligature OE with circumflex
OE? oe? Ligature OE with tilde
OE? oe? Ligature OE with macron
OE oe Ligature OE with macron and acute
OE oe Ligature OE with macron and tilde
OE oe Ligature OE with macron and breve
OE? oe? Ligature OE with double acute
OE? oe? Ligature OE with caron
OE? oe? Ligature OE with ogonek
OE oe Ligature OE with ogonek and tilde
OE? oe? Ligature OE with dot below
OE? oe? Ligature OE with inverted breve below
? Small capital OE Open front rounded vowel
? Turned OE  
? Turned OE with horizontal stroke Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Turned OE with stroke Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Open OE historically used for Yakut
? ? OO Medieval Nordic vowel /o:/
OO with acute
OO with diaeresis
OO with double acute
OO with dot below
? Turned O Open-O Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Turned O Open-O with stroke Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Latin Small Ligature ct Purely typographic representation
? QP digraph Nonstandard symbol for voiceless labiodental plosive
? ß Sharp S German eszett
st Ligature ST  
? Long S-T  
? TC digraph with curl  
? TH with strikethrough  
? TS digraph  
? TS digraph with retroflex hook Sinological transcription for a voiceless retroflex affricate[22]
? Tesh digraph  
? ? TZ Mayan palato-alveolar affricate /ts/
? Inverted OE Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? UE  
? UI Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? Turned UI Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
? UO historically used for Yakut[23]
? ? VY Medieval Nordic vowel /y:/
VY with diaeresis
VY with double acute
? Sakha Yat historically used for Yakut[23]
See also

Multigraphs

Other characters

Other Latin characters are omitted from the tables above:

  • Subscript modifier letters a, e, h-p, and r-v, and x ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (See Unicode subscripts and superscripts for full list.)
  • Superscript modifier letters A, B, D, E, G-P, R, T-V, W, a-p, and r-z ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (See Unicode subscripts and superscripts for full list.)
  • Feminine (ª) and masculine (º) ordinal indicators
  • Fullwidth forms for typesetting Latin characters in a CJK environment: 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
  • Deprecated Unicode letter named "n preceded by apostrophe": 'n (This is a legacy compatibility character for ISO/IEC 6937 and 'n with separate apostrophe and letter N characters should be used in its place.)

Footnotes

  1. ^ So defined in ISO/IEC 646 (based on ASCII) which was based on the 26 letters of the English alphabet and previous telecommunication standards
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x "Uralic Phonetic Alphabet characters for the UCS" (PDF). 2002-03-20. Retrieved .
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as Everson, Michael; Dicklberger, Alois; Pentzlin, Karl; Wandl-Vogt, Eveline (2011-06-02). "Revised proposal to encode "Teuthonista" phonetic characters in the UCS" (PDF).
  4. ^ a b Everson, Michael; Lilley, Chris (2019-05-26). "L2/19-179: Proposal for the addition of four Latin characters for Gaulish" (PDF).
  5. ^ a b c d e f Everson, Michael (2006-08-06). "L2/06-266: Proposal to add Latin letters and a Greek symbol to the UCS" (PDF).
  6. ^ West, Andrew; Everson, Michael (2019-03-25). "L2/19-092: Proposal to encode Latin Letter Reversed Half H" (PDF).
  7. ^ Everson, Michael; Jacquerye, Denis; Lilley, Chris (26 July 2012). "Proposal for the addition of ten Latin characters to the UCS" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. Retrieved .
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Michael Everson; et al. (2005-08-02). "Preliminary proposal to add medievalist characters to the UCS" (PDF). Retrieved .
  9. ^ Barmeier, Severin (2015-10-10), L2/15-241: Proposal to encode Latin small capital letter Q (PDF)
  10. ^ Everson, Michael (2017-07-26). "L2/17-238: Proposal to add LATIN LETTER ANGLICANA W to the UCS" (PDF).
  11. ^ a b Everson, Michael (2019-05-05). "L2/19-075R: Proposal to add six phonetic characters for Scots to the UCS" (PDF).
  12. ^ West, Andrew (5 October 2009). "Rationale for Encoding Latin Letter Middle Dot" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. Retrieved .
  13. ^ a b c "Unicode chart for Latin Extended-D" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. 2016.
  14. ^ a b c d Jacquerye, Denis (2016-01-22), L2/16-032: Proposal to encode two Latin characters for Mazahua (PDF)
  15. ^ a b c Suignard, Michel (2017-05-09). "L2/17-076R2: Revised proposal for the encoding of an Egyptological YOD and Ugaritic characters" (PDF).
  16. ^ a b Tumasonis, Vladas; Pentzlin, Karl (2011-05-24). "N4070: Second revised proposal to add characters used in Lithuanian dialectology to the UCS" (PDF). ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2.
  17. ^ a b "Unicode chart for Latin Extended-E" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. 2016.
  18. ^ a b c West, Andrew; Chan, Eiso; Everson, Michael (2017-01-16). "L2/17-013: Proposal to encode three uppercase Latin letters used in early Pinyin" (PDF).
  19. ^ http://www.greyroom.org/issues/53/9/outdating-the-time-of-culture-in-colonial-egypt/. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  20. ^ a b Fleischer, Jürg; Schmid, Stephan (2006), "Zurich German" (PDF), Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 36 (2): 251, doi:10.1017/S0025100306002441, archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-02-15, retrieved
  21. ^ West, Andrew; Everson, Michael (2017-10-17). "L2/17-236: Proposal to add LATIN LETTER THORN WITH DIAGONAL STROKE" (PDF).
  22. ^ a b Everson, Michael (2017-08-17). "L2/17-299: Proposal to add two Sinological Latin letters" (PDF).
  23. ^ a b c Yevlampiev, Ilya; Jumagueldinov, Nurlan; Pentzlin, Karl (2012-04-26). "Second revised proposal to encode four historic Latin letters for Sakha (Yakut)" (PDF).

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