ⓘ List of Latin-script digraphs

                                     

ⓘ 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 at the end of the alphabet, as it would be in Danish, Norwegian and Swedish. Substantially-modified letters, such as ⟨ſ ⟩ a variant of ⟨with⟩ and ⟨ɔ⟩ based on ⟨o⟩, are placed at the end.

                                     
  • pentagraphs five letters List of Latin - script digraphs List of Latin - script trigraphs List of Latin - script tetragraphs List of Latin - script pentagraphs
  • digraph ng. Breton also has the digraphs ch, c h, zh. C, Q, X are used in foreign words or digraphs only. Catalan also has a large number of
  • Latin or Roman script is a set of graphic signs script based on the letters of the classical Latin alphabet. This is derived from a form of the Cumaean
  • A Latin - script alphabet Latin alphabet or Roman alphabet is an alphabet that uses letters of the Latin script The 21 - letter archaic Latin alphabet and
  • given in Latin script in Unicode. See also List of Latin digraphs Ligatures in Unicode Trigraph Tetragraph Pentagraph Hexagraph Other Latin characters are
  • Croatian digraphs matching Serbian Cyrillic letters are three sets of three case mappings lower case, upper case, and title case of Latin digraphs used
  • dialects, like the English wh. Some such digraphs are used for purely etymological reasons, like rh in English. Digraphs are used in some Romanization schemes
  • the control and prevention of hazards in a work environment Ih, full icosahedral symmetry ih, see List of Latin - script digraphs I Interstate Highway International
  • is a list of tetragraphs in the Latin script These are most common in Irish orthography. For Cyrillic tetragraphs, see tetragraph Cyrillic script Used
  • Sz is a digraph of the Latin script used in Hungarian, Polish, Kashubian and German, and in the Wade Giles system of Romanization of Chinese. In Polish