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Ukrainian Latin alphabet

The Latin alphabet for the Ukrainian language had been proposed or imposed several times in history in Ukraine, but has never challenged the conventional Cyrillic Ukrainian alphabet.

                                               

Latin Extended-A

Latin extended-A is A Unicode block and the third block of the Unicode standard. It encodes Latin letters from the Latin ISO character sets other than Latin-1 and also legacy characters from the ISO 6937. Latin extended-a block has been in Unicod ...

                                               

Latin Extended-B

Latin extended-B is the fourth block of the Unicode standard. It has been included since version 1.0, where it was only allocated to code points U 0180.At 01FF and contains 113 characters. During the unification with ISO 10646 for version 1.1, th ...

                                               

Latin Extended-C

                                               

Latin Extended-D

Latin extended-D Unicode block containing Latin phonetic characters of the Maya, and medieval transcription, and number systems. 89 characters in this block for the medieval characters, initiated by the medieval Unicode font.

                                               

Latin Extended-E

Latin extended-e Unicode block containing Latin script characters used in German dialectology, Saha and use americanist. U AB5E ꭞ is a Superscript version of U 026B ɫ. U AB5C ꭜ is a Superscript version of U A727 ꜧ. U ꭝ AB5D-is a Superscript versi ...

                                               

List of Latin-script letters

This is the list of letters of the Latin alphabet. The definition of the Latin-script letter for this list is a character encoded in the Unicode standard, which has the property of the Latin alphabet and the General categories of letters. An over ...

                                               

List of Latin-script digraphs

This is a list of digraphs used in various Latin alphabets. Capitalisation involves only the first letter unless otherwise stated. Letters with diacritics are arranged in alphabetic order according to their base: ⟨å⟩ is alphabetised with ⟨a⟩, not ...

                                               

Gha

The letter Ƣ Latin was used in writing various, mostly Turkic languages, such as Azerbaijani or Jaꞑalif spelling for the Tatars. It is usually Valery fricative. All spelling, using it was discontinued, so the letter is not so well supported in fo ...

                                               

A

It is a symbol that represents the letter, or the letter a with an umlaut mark or tremeu.

                                               

Å

The letter Å represents various sounds in several languages. This is a separate letter in the Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, North Frisian, Walloon, Chamorro, Lule Sami, Skolt Sami, southern Sami, and Greenlandic alphabets. In addition, it ...

                                               

Ç

Ç and ç is a letter of the Latin alphabet used in Albania, Azerbaijan, Manx, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, Kurdish, Zazaki, and romance scripts. Romance languages, which are used in this letter include Catalan, French, Friulian, Ligurian, Occitan, and ...

                                               

E

"E" is the letter. Used in Vietnam to represent the letter "E" With dấu huyền tone. It can also be combined with "Ê" in the form of "Å". The letter E With a grave accent. E is also used in Macedonian as a Latin equivalent of the letter E from the ...

                                               

E

E letter in the Albanian, Kashubian, Emilian-Romagnol and English alphabets. As a variant of the letter e, it also appears in Achav, Afrikaans, Dutch, Filipino, French, Luxembourgish, in Abruzzese dialect of the Neapolitan language, and Ascolano ...

                                               

Ï

Ï, lowercase ï, is a symbol used in various languages to the Latin alphabet, it can be read as the letter I diaeresis or I-umlaut. In Afrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, French, Galician, Welsh, southern Sami, and sometimes English, ⟨.⟩ used when the ⟨I⟩ ...

                                               

O

On, or About, is a symbol that represents a letter, or the letter "O" changed with umlaut or tremeu. In many languages, the letter "O" or "o" changed the umlaut is used to refer to number-close front rounded vowels.

                                               

Ā

Ā, lowercase ā, is a grapheme, a Latin A with a macron, is used in several orthographies. Ā is used to denote a long A. examples of Baltic languages, Polynesian languages, some transliterations of Japanese, Persian, Pashto, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic a ...

                                               

A

Or, commonly known in English as the injunction, a letter used in standard Romanian language and Vietnamese language, and the Chuvash language orthography. In Romania, it is used to denote the mid Central unrounded vowel, while in Vietnamese it r ...

                                               

Ɵ

Barred o is a letter in several Latin letters alphabets. Historical examples include the Azerbaijani alphabet are used between 1922 and 1933 and its successor, the uniform Turkic alphabet, including modifications, as Jaꞑalif and the Azerbaijani a ...

                                               

Heng (letter)

Heng is a letter of the Latin alphabet, originating as a typographic ligature of the series H and J. It is used for the deaf g-like sound, for example, in the transcription Dan. Heng Ꜧ mainly used in modern Latin alphabets for various languages o ...

                                               

Ə

Ə also called seam, is the additional letter of the Latin alphabet used in Azeri language, in Gottscheerish and hənqəminəm the dialect Chalicotherium. As majuscule and minuscule forms of this letter in the shape of an inverted capital letter E, w ...

                                               

Ḱ is used in the following sense: Representing Proto-Indo-European phonemes / kʲ /. Transliteration of Cyrillic Kje that is used in the Macedonian language. / qʷ / in the Saanich orthography.

                                               

C with bar

with a BAR, also known as banned with the modified letter of the Latin alphabet, formed from C with the addition of a bar. It was used in the final version of the unified Northern alphabet, approved in 1932, Saami, Selkups, Khanty, Evenk, even, N ...

                                               

A

A or A is the first letter and first vowel of the modern English alphabet ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is a, plural AES. It is similar in shape to the ancient Greek letter alpha, from which it is derived. The title of the version ...

                                               

B

B or B-second letter of the Latin alphabet. Its name in English is bee, plural bees. It is a voiced stop bilabial in many languages, including English. In some other languages, it is used to denote other mouth-labial consonants.

                                               

C

"C" comes from the same letter as "g". The Semites named it Gimel. The sign is probably taken from the Egyptian hieroglyph for a staff sling, which may have been the meaning of "Gimel" title. Another possibility is that it depicted a camel, the S ...

                                               

E

E or e is the fifth letter and second vowel letter in the English alphabet and the ISO Latin-based alphabet. Its name in English is E, plural EES. This is the most frequently used letter in many languages including Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, ...

                                               

H

The original Semitic letter Heth, likely represented the voiceless pharyngeal fricative ħ. The form of the letter probably stood for a fence or posts. The Greek ETA Η in the archaic Greek alphabets still represented /h / he later came to represen ...

                                               

I

I or I is the ninth letter and third vowel of the modern English alphabet ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is I, plural ies.

                                               

K

The eleventh letter of the modern English alphabet ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is Kay, multiple Qays. The letter K usually represents deaf explosive sanaysay.

                                               

M

The letter M is derived from the Phoenician MEM, via the Greek mu Μ, μ. Semitic MEM probably derives from "proto-Sinaitic" making bronze age "water" ideogram in the Egyptian writing. Egypt, the sign had a value acrophonic /n, from the Egyptian wo ...

                                               

O

O or O is the 15th letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet and the fourth vowel of the modern English alphabet. Its name in English on the plural of the ECO.

                                               

P

In English orthography and most other European languages, ⟨p⟩ represents the sound. A common digraph in English is ⟨pH⟩, which represents the sound, and can be used in transliteration ⟨φ⟩ Phi in loanwords from Greek. In German, the digraph ⟨PF⟩ i ...

                                               

T

T or T is the 20th letter in the English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is tee, tees plural. It is derived from the Semitic letter Tav using the Greek letter Tau. In English, it is most often used to represent a de ...

                                               

X

X or X is the 24th and the third-to-last letter in the modern English alphabet ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English ex plural exes.

                                               

Æ

Æ is a grapheme named æsc or ash, formed from the letters A and E originally a ligature representing a Latin diphthong AE. He was promoted to the full status of a letter in the alphabets of some languages, including Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic a ...

                                               

List of PHP editors

GPHPEdit. Provides kwrite. (предоставляет kwrite) Now. (Сейчас) Kate – supports file access Protocol that is supported by KIO. This includes HTTP, FTP, and SSH, SMB and WebDAV. KDevelop – supports all as Kate above with the addition of references ...

                                               

List of PHP extensions

                                               

List of file systems

The following are the definitions that characterize and link to more detailed information on computer file systems. Many older operating systems support only their one native file system, which does not bear any name except the name of the operat ...

                                               

List of DOS commands

This article is a list of the commands used by DOS operating systems, especially as x86 IBM PC-compatible computers. Other DOS operating systems are not included in this list. In DOS, many standard commands are provided for common tasks such as l ...

                                               

List of Unix daemons

                                               

Ubuntu version history

Ubuntu releases are made semiannually canonical Ltd, the developers of Ubuntu, using the year and month release as a version number. The first Ubuntu release, for example, in Ubuntu 4.10 and was released on 20 October 2004. Consequently, version ...

                                               

Ubuntu

Ubuntu uu - BUUN -too) is a free and open source Linux distribution based on Debian. Ubuntu is officially released in three versions: desktop, server, and Core for Internet of things devices and robots. All editions can run on a computer alone, o ...

                                               

Ubuntu Budgie

Ubuntu parrot is the official community flavor of Ubuntu from the desktop budgie. It combines a stable and thoroughly tested in Ubuntu kernel, with a modern, lightweight and traditional desktop PCs, developed in the framework of the project "Solus".

                                               

Ubuntu Professional Certification

Ubuntu professional certification which was first introduced in may 2006, was a computer examination about the Ubuntu operating system. The test was conducted the exam of Linux professional Institute and certification is part of certification Lin ...

                                               

List of Linux distributions

This page contains General information about the famous Linux distributions in the form of a systematic list. Distributions are combined into sections by the major distribution they are based on, or the package management system they are based ar ...

                                               

Ubuntu Cola

Ubuntu Cola is a soft drink certified by the Fairtrade organization. Sugar fair trade Malawi and Zambia, Ubuntu Cola is the first Cola in the UK must be certified fair trade. It is available for sale in the United Kingdom, Hungary, Sweden, Norway ...

                                               

Ubuntu Edge

Ubuntu Edge was a proposed concept smartphone announced canonical Ltd. July 22, 2013. Canonical is seeking to crowdfund production run of around 40.000 units through Indiegogo. He had the highest goal of any crowdfunding project to date.000.000 o ...

                                               

Ubuntu GNOME

GNOME in Ubuntu was a Linux distribution, distributed as free and open source. It is used in a pure desktop GNOME 3 with gnome shell, not unity graphical shell. Starting with version 13.04 became an official "flavor" in the Ubuntu operating syste ...

                                               

Ubuntu Kylin

Ubuntu Kylin is the official Chinese version of the operating system Ubuntu. He was described as "voluntary continuation of Chinese Kilin OS". In 2013, Canonical Ltd. an agreement was reached with the Ministry of industry and information technolo ...

                                               

Ubuntu MATE

Ubuntu MATE is a free and open source, the distribution and official derivatives of Ubuntu. Its main difference from Ubuntu is that it uses the mate desktop environment, as its user interface by default, instead of on the desktop, the GNOME 3 use ...

                                               

Ubuntu Mobile

Ubuntu mobile Internet device edition Ubuntu distribution is terminated, planned to launch on the platform Intel mobile Internet, mobile computers with the x86 Intel Atom. It was planned to use the platform gnome Hildon as the basis for its GUI. ...

                                               

Ubuntu One

Ubuntu one-its OpenID-based single sign-on service operated by canonical Ltd. to allow users to log on to canonical-owned web sites. Until April 2014, Ubuntu One was also a file hosting service and music store that allows users to store data "in ...

                                               

Ubuntu Studio

Ubuntu Studio is a recognised flavour of Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at General multimedia production. The original version based on Ubuntu 7.04, was released on 10 may 2007.

                                               

Ubuntu Touch

Ubuntu Touch Is a mobile version of Ubuntu, which was originally developed by Canonical Ltd. and is now developed by the community UBports. Written in Qt, it is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet comp ...

                                               

Ubuntu User

Ubuntu users-its a paper magazine, which was launched at Linux new media AG in may 2009. The publication is aimed at users of the Ubuntu operating system and focuses on reviews, community news, how-to articles and Troubleshooting tips. It also in ...

                                               

Ubuntu for Android

Ubuntu for Android is an inactive variant of Ubuntu designed to run on Android phones. It is expected that it is delivered on multiple phones. In Ubuntu the layout for Android was shown at Mobile world Congress 2012. In April 2014, this project i ...

                                               

Ubuntu Titling

Title Ubuntu or Ubuntu-title is a rounded geometric sans serif font. It was created by Andy Fitzsimon for use with the operating system Ubuntu and its derivatives. It is licensed under the LGPL. Before the release of 10.04, the font was especiall ...

                                               

List of constructed languages

In the following list, noticeable artificial languages are divided into auxiliary, ritual, engineering, and artistic languages, and their subgenres. All entries in this list more detailed information about individual articles.

                                               

List of programmers

This is the list of programmers notable for their contributions to software, either as author or architect for later additions. All entries should already have the appropriate article.

                                               

List of languages by writing system

Adyghe until 1927 and in the Latin, now uses the Cyrillic. Wakhan. (Вахан) Persian of Iran and Afghanistan. Previously, the Tajik. (Ранее таджикский) Songhai. (Сонгай) Ottoman Turkish died. (Османской Турции умер) Zarma informed. (Zarma прошлого ...

                                               

List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Europe

The list below includes all entities falling even partially under any of the various common definitions of Europe, geographical or political. Fifty-recognized sovereign state, Kosovos limited but significant international recognition, and five la ...

                                               

Glossary of musical terminology

This is a list of musical terms that can be encountered in printed scores, music reviews, and program notes. Most of the terms are Italian, in accordance with the Italian origins of many European musical conventions. Sometimes, the special musica ...

                                               

Cyrillic script

The Cyrillic script is the writing system used for various languages of Eurasia and is used as the national script in various Slavic-, Turkic - and Persian-speaking countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Central Asia and North Asia. In the 9th ce ...

                                               

Cyrillic script in Unicode

As Unicode version 12.0 of the Cyrillic alphabet is encoded in multiple blocks, all in BMP: Cyrillic Extended with: 1C80–1C8F from, 9 Characters. Cyrillic extended-B: U A640–u A69F, 96 characters. Cyrillic Supplement: U to U 0500 052F, 48 charact ...

                                               

Cyrillic (Unicode block)

Cyrillic is a Unicode block containing the characters used to write the most widely used languages with a Cyrillic orthography. The core block is based on ISO 8859-5, with additions for languages of national minorities and historical writing.

                                               

Romanian Cyrillic alphabet

The Romanian Cyrillic alphabet is the Cyrillic alphabet used to write the Romanian language before 1860-ies, when it was officially replaced by the Latin Romanian alphabet. The Romanian Cyrillic alphabet was founded in the Bulgarian alphabet. Cyr ...

                                               

Bulgarian alphabet

In 886 Ad, the Bulgarian Empire introduced the Glagolitic alphabet, developed by saints Cyril and Methodius and their disciples in the 850s. The Glagolitic alphabet was gradually superseded in later centuries by the Cyrillic script, developed aro ...

                                               

List of Cyrillic letters

Variants of the Cyrillic alphabet used in the writing systems of many languages, especially languages used in the countries of the former Soviet Union. The tables below list the Cyrillic letters used in various modern languages and to show the ba ...

                                               

Cyrillic Extended-A

                                               

Cyrillic Extended-B

                                               

Cyrillic Extended-C

                                               

Uk (Cyrillic)

UK is a digraph of the early Cyrillic alphabet, although often seen and used as a single letter. It is a combination of the letters O and At, or less On and. To save space, it is often written as a vertical ligature, called "monograph UK". In mod ...

                                               

Ukrainian Ye

Ukrainian Yi-the symbol of the Cyrillic alphabet. This is a separate letter in the Ukrainian alphabet, in the Pannonian Rusyn alphabet, and how the Carpathian Rusyns alphabet, all of them goes directly after E. In modern Church Slavonic, it is co ...

                                               

Yi (Cyrillic)

Yi is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. Yi is derived from the Greek letter iota diaeresis. That was the original variant of the Cyrillic letters II, which saw two points in the 18th century, perhaps inspired by the similar Latin letter i. Later ...

                                               

O (Cyrillic)

O is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. O is usually a major mid back rounded vowel /o like the pronunciation of ⟨o⟩ in Scottish English "go".

                                               

Palochka

In wand or palotchka a letter in the Cyrillic alphabet. The letter usually has only a capital form, which is also used in lowercase letters. The form of the capital stick often looks like the shape of the capital letter soft-dotted Cyrillic I, fo ...

                                               

Es (Cyrillic)

ES is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It is usually a deaf alveolar fricative /s like the pronunciation of ⟨from⟩ To and.

                                               

The (Cyrillic)

In a letter of the Cyrillic script. The name is pronounced like the pronunciation of ⟨in⟩ in "CV". In Unicode this letter is called "ES with descender". In Chuvashia, it is similar to the Latin letter C cedilla. Sometimes it also has a diacritic ...

                                               

Schwa (Cyrillic)

Seam is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet derived from Latin letter of the seam. It is currently used in Abkhaz, Bashkir, Dungan, Itelmen, Kalmyk, Kazakh, Kurds, Uighurs, and Tatars. It was also used in Azeri, Karakalpaks and Turkmens before thos ...

                                               

Abkhazian Dze

Abkhazian Dze is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It is used in the Abkhazian language where it represents the voiced alveolar affricate /DZ, pronounced like ⟨DS⟩ in "po DS ". This letter was also used in the same sentence 1937 was not accepted ...

                                               

Komi Sje

Komi sje-letter of the alphabet Molodtsova, version of the Cyrillic alphabet that was used to write the Komi language in the 1920s years. He represented the voiceless alveolo-palatally hissing /ɕ/. Some of its forms are similar to the Latin letter G.

                                               

Reversed Ze

Reverse ze is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. Its shape is an inverted, cut. It resembles the Latin letter Epsilon and Epsilon Greek letters as well as handwritten uppercase Latin E and Cyrillic letter E, but has a different origin from them. ...

                                               

A with macron (Cyrillic)

A macron is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. In all its forms it looks like Latin capital letter A with macron. And the macron is used in Aleut Bering dialect, Evenki, Ingush, Mansi, Nanai, Orok, ulch, Kildin Sami, Selkup and Chechen languages.

                                               

Te (Cyrillic)

Te is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It is usually a deaf alveolar explosive /T, like the pronunciation of ⟨T⟩ In "T ICH".

                                               

Kha (Cyrillic)

Kha or Ha is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It looks exactly like the Latin letter X, in both uppercase and lowercase, Roman and italic forms, and was derived from the Greek letter Chi, which also has similarities with the Latin X and Kha. It ...

                                               

Ue (Cyrillic)

UE or straight U is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It is a form of the Cyrillic letter U with a vertical, not a diagonal Central line. While the standard Cyrillic have resembles a lowercase g, the UE uses the form of the Latin capital Y, with ...

                                               

Ye with grave

You big is a regular combination of the letter E and an accent mark. Although this combination is not considered a separate letter in the alphabet of any language, has its own individual position in a certain computer character set such as Unicode.

                                               

Dotted I (Cyrillic)

Dotted I, also called decimal I, letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It commonly represents the close front unrounded vowel /I, like the pronunciation of ⟨I⟩ in English "Mach I ne". It is used in writing Belarusians, Kazakhs, Khakas, Komi Republic, ...

                                               

Je (Cyrillic)

Ye is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet, taken from Latin letters of John. It is usually palatally approximant /J, And as the pronunciation of ⟨g⟩ in "Yes".

                                               

Kje

Kje is a letter of Cyrillic alphabet used only in the Macedonian alphabet, where it represents the deaf palatally blast /C, or the voiceless alveolo-palatally affricates /tɕ/. Kje-the 24th letter in the alphabet. It is romanized as ⟨ḱ⟩ or occasio ...

                                               

A (Cyrillic)

And this is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It commonly represents an open Central unrounded vowel /a, halfway between the pronunciation of ⟨in⟩ in "t" and "f a thermo". The letter a Cyrillic Latin, using Latin letters

                                               

Ve (Cyrillic)

Ve is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It usually represents a voiced labiodental-dental fricative /V as ⟨in⟩ "ACE". Capital letter Ve looks the same as uppercase Latin letter B but is pronounced differently. Ve is usually romanized Latin lette ...

                                               

Dzzhe

Dzzhe letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. The form of the letter originated as a ligature of the letters of the Cyrillic alphabet and the same. Dzzhe used in the old Ossetian and Komi languages. It was later abandoned, perhaps because its too much l ...

                                               

Ye (Cyrillic)

You are letters of the Cyrillic alphabet. In some languages this letter is called E. It generally represents the vowel, like the pronunciation of ⟨E⟩ In "G E". You luteinizirutee using the Latin letter E. It comes from the Greek letter Epsilon Ε ε.

                                               

Ka (Cyrillic)

Ka is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. It is usually a dull Valery explosive /K, like the pronunciation of ⟨K⟩ in "to Ing".

                                               

Ka with descender

Chemistry and geography letter of the Cyrillic alphabet used in several Slavic languages on the territory of the former Soviet Union, including: Iranian languages such as Tajik and Ossetian until 1924, now replaced by the digraph ⟨KB⟩. Since / m ...

                                               

Koppa (Cyrillic)

Koppa the archaic letter of the numeral character of the Cyrillic alphabet. Its form is derived from the Greek letter Koppa. Koppa was used as a character in oldest Cyrillic manuscripts, representing value 90 exactly like its Greek ancestor did. ...

                                               

Ksi (Cyrillic)

XI-the letter in the early Cyrillic alphabet, derived from Greek letters XI. It is mainly used in Greek loanwords, especially words associated with the Church. KSI was eliminated from the Russian alphabet along with psi, omega, and YUS in the civ ...

                                               

Em (Cyrillic)

Em is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet. Their is often bilabial nasal consonant /m, like the pronunciation of ⟨m⟩ in "hi m ". It comes from the Greek letter Μ mu.

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