List of Latin-script 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

ISO basic Latin alphabet[1]
AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz

Letters not contained in the ISO basic Latin alphabet

Extensions

LetterNameNotes
Small capital ANonstandard phonetic symbol; Uralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ɐ ɐ ᵄTurned ANear-open central vowel
Ɑ ɑ ᵅAlpha (Script A)Open back unrounded vowel. Duka, Fe'fe, Manenguba, Medumba, Tigon, Tawellemmet Berber cf. Greek: Α α
Barred AlphaTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Inverted Alpha
Ɒ ɒ ᶛTurned alpha (Turned script A)Open back rounded vowel
ʙSmall capital BBilabial trill; partially voiced bilabial stop in IPA
ᴃ ᴯSmall capital barred BUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ꞗ ꞗB with flourishMiddle Vietnamese
Ꞵ ꞵBeta
Small capital CUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ↄ ↄReversed CClaudian letters
Ꭓ ꭓChiTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Chi with low left serifTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Chi with low right ringTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ð ð ᶞEthVoiced dental fricative; Icelandic, Elfdalian and Faroese, Old English, African languages (not pronounced in Faroese)
Ꝺ ꝺInsular DUsed in various phonetic contexts[4]
Small capital DPartially devoiced alveolar stop in UPA
Small capital EthUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Dum 
DeltaMedieval Welsh, cf. Greek: Δ δ
Small capital EUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Blackletter ETeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Barred ETeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
E with flourishTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ǝ ᴲ ǝTurned EAnii, 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 EUPA
Ə ə ₔ ᵊSchwaMid-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: Ә ә
Ɛ ɛ ᵋOpen 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: Ε ε
ɘReversed EClose-mid central unrounded vowel
Ɜ ɜ ᶟReversed open E (Reversed Epsilon)Open-mid central unrounded vowel
ɞClosed reversed open E (Closed reversed Epsilon)Open-mid central rounded vowel
ʚClosed open E (Closed Epsilon)A misprinted symbol for open-mid central rounded vowel
ᴈ ᵌTurned open E
ɤRams horn (Baby Gamma)Close-mid back unrounded vowel
Ꝼ ꝼInsular FUsed in Norse and Old English contexts[4]
Small capital FMedievalist addition
Ⅎ ⅎTurned FClaudian letters
Epigraphic letter reversed F 
Lenis FTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ᵹ ᵹInsular GUsed in a variety of phonetic contexts[4]
Ɡ ɡ ᶢScript GVoiced velar stop
Script G with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ɢSmall capital GVoiced uvular stop; partially devoiced velar stop in UPA
Turned Gletter for translating the Georgian letter
Ꝿ ꝿTurned insular GUsed by William Pryce to designate the velar nasal ŋ.[4]
Ɣ ɣ ˠGammaVoiced velar fricative. African Languages Dagbani, Dinka, Ewe, Ikposo, Kabiyé, Kabyle, Kpelle, Tuareg, Wakhi cf. Greek: Γγ
Ƣ ƣGhaJaꞑalif letter for Tatar, Azerbaijani letter
ʜSmall capital HVoiceless epiglottal fricative
Ƕ ƕHwairGothic
Ⱶ ⱶHetaClaudian letters. cf. Greek: Ⱶⱶ
Ꜧ ꜧ ꭜHengJuhuri, Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3] cf. Cyrillic: Ӈ ӈ
ıDotless ITurkish, Azerbaijani, and other Turkic languages
Ɪ ɪ ᶦSmall capital INear-close near-front unrounded vowel. Capital form used in Unifon and for Gabonese orthographies[5]
Epigraphic letter I LongaLatin long i /iː/ in epigraphic style
Sideways IEpigraphic variant of I used in early medieval Celtic inscriptions
ᴉ ᵎTurned iUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
ᵻ ᶧSmall capital I with strokeEnglish near-close central unrounded vowel, or schwa (Oxford University Press dictionary convention)
Ɩ ɩ ᶥIotaBissa, Kabye. cf. Greek: Ɩ ɩ
Small capital JUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
KKelvin signKelvin unit of measure temperature, character decomposition is a capital K
Small capital KUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ʞ ʞTurned KProposed symbol for velar click. Withdrawn 1970 as articulation judged impossible
ʟ ᶫSmall capital LVelar lateral approximant; voiced alveolar lateral in UPA
Ꝇ ꝇBroken LMedieval Nordic consonant /lː/[6]
Small capital L with strokeUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
L with double middle tildeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
L with middle ringTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ꬷ ꭝL with inverted lazy STeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Lum 
Ꞁ ꞁTurned LUsed by William Pryce to designate the Welsh voiced lateral spirant [ɬ][4]
ʎReversed LambdaPalatal lateral approximant, Pre-1946 Maltese letter
Small capital MVoiceless bilabial nasal in UPA
M with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Epigraphic letter inverted M 
Epigraphic letter archaic M 
Mum 
ɴ ᶰSmall capital NUvular nasal; voiceless alveolar nasal in UPA
ᴎ ᴻReversed NVoiceless velar nasal in UPA. cf. Cyrillic: И и
N with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Num 
Ŋ ŋ ᵑEngIñupiat, Northern and Skolt, Velar nasal It was used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986.
Eng with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Small capital OUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Sideways OUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Blackletter OTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Blackletter O with strokeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ɔ ɔ ᵓOpen OOpen-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
ꬿOpen O with strokeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Sideways open OUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
ᴖ ᵔTop half OUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
ᴗ ᵕBottom half OUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ꞷ ꞷOmega
ɷClosed omegaRejected symbol for near-close near-back rounded vowel
Ȣ ȣOuA ligature of Latin o and u
ᴕ ᴽSmall capital OuA back vowel of uncertain quality in UPA
Small capital PUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Epigraphic letter reversed P 
ɸ ᶲPhiVoiceless bilabial fricative. cf. Greek: Φ φ
Tailless phiUPA
ĸKraNunatsiavummiut dialect of Inuktitut in Canada, formerly Kalaallisut language of Greenland. cf. Greek: Κ κ
Small capital QJapanese linguistics[7]
Ꞃ ꞃInsular R 
Ʀ ʀYr (small capital R)Old Norse, Uvular trill
Ꝛ ꝛR rotunda 
Small capital reversed RNonstandard symbol for epiglottal trill. cf. Cyrillic: Я я
Small capital R with right legTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ɹ ʴTurned RAlveolar approximant
Small capital turned RObsolete symbol for voiceless uvular fricative
ʁ ʶSmall capital inverted RVoiced uvular fricative
R with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
R without handleTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Double RTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Double R with crossed-tailTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Script RTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Script R with ringTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Stirrup RTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Rum 
Small capital rumMedievalist addition
Ꝝ ꝝRum rotunda 
ſLong SFormer letter of the English, German, Sorbian, and Latvian alphabets
Ꞅ ꞅInsular S 
Ƨ ƨReversed S (=Tone two)A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its second tone, cf. Cyrillic: Ꙅ ꙅ
Small capital SMedievalist addition
Ʃ ʃ ᶴEshVoiceless postalveolar fricative. Ewe language. cf. Greek: Σ σ,ς
Baseline EshTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ƪReversed Esh looplabialized voiceless postalveolar fricative; IPA: [ʃʷ]
ʅSquat reversed Eshapical retroflex unrounded vowel; IPA: [ʐ̩]
Ꞇ ꞇInsular TUsed by William Pryce to designate the voiceless dental fricative [θ][4]
Small capital TUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Tum 
Ʇ ʇTurned TFormer IPA representation for tenuis dental click
ᴜ ᶸSmall capital UFormer IPA representation for near-close near-back rounded vowel
ᴝ ᵙSideways UUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Sideways diaeresized UUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
ꭒ ꭟU with left hookTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
U with short right legTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
U bar with short right legTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ɥ ɥ ᶣTurned HLabial-palatal approximant; Dan / Gio orthography in Liberia, cf. Cyrillic: Ч ч
Ɯ ɯShaClose back unrounded vowel; A letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986. cf. Cyrillic:Ш ш
ꟺ ᵚSmall capital turned M 
Sideways turned MUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ʊ ʊ ᶷUpsilonAfrican languages Anii, Anyin, Foodo, Kabiyé, Konni, Lukpa, Tem, Yom cf. Greek: Υ υ
Small capital VUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ỽ ỽMiddle-Welsh VMedieval Welsh[6]
Ʌ ʌ ᶺTurned VOpen-mid back unrounded vowel. Ch'ol, Naninka, Northern Tepehuán, Temne, Wounaan
Small capital WUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ꟃ ꟃAnglicana Wmedieval English, medieval Cornish[8]
ʍTurned WVoiceless labio-velar approximant
X with low right ringTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
X with long left legTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
X with long left leg and low right ringTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
X with long left leg with serifTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ʏSmall capital YNear-close near-front rounded vowel
Y with short right legTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
ƍTurned deltaobsolete and nonstandard symbol for Labialized voiced alveolo-dental fricative; IPA: [ðʷ, zʷ]
Small capital ZPartially devoiced alveolar fricative in UPA
Ꝣ ꝣVisigothic ZMedieval Ibero-Romance
Ʒ ʒ ᶾEzhVoiced postalveolar fricative; Skolt Sámi, Ewe language
Small capital EzhUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ƹ ƹEzh reversedPreviously in IPA
Ȝ ȝYoghMiddle English
Þ þThornOld English, Icelandic
Ƿ ƿWynnOld English
Ꝩ ꝩVendMedieval Nordic phoneme /v/ or /u/
Ꝫ ꝫEt 
Ꝭ ꝭIs 
Ꝯ ꝯCon 
Us 
Um 
Ꜫ ꜫTresilloMayan ejective uvular stop /qʼ/
Ꜭ ꜭCuatrilloMayan ejective velar stop /kʼ/
Ꜯ ꜯCuatrillo with commaMayan ejective alveolar affricate /tsʼ/
Ƽ ƽTone fiveA letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its fifth tone
Ƅ ƅTone sixA letter used in the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its sixth tone
Ɂ ɂ ʔGlottal stopA letter for glottal stop in Canadian aboriginal orthographies, IPA for glottal stop
Ꜣ ꜣEgyptological Alef 
Ꞌ ꞌSaltilloGlottal stop in some orthographies in Mexico and Nigeria
Middle dotLetter representing glottal stop in the sinological tradition (this is not the same character as the middle dot punctuation mark)[9]
ʕ ˤReversed glottal stopVoiced pharyngeal fricative
Voiced laryngeal spirantUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
ᴥ ᵜAinUralic Phonetic Alphabet[2]
Ꜥ ꜥEgyptological Ain 
ʖInverted glottal stopLateral clicks;
ǀDental ClicksDental clicks;
ǁLateral ClicksLateral clicks;
ǃAlveolar ClicksAlveolar clicks;
ǂPalatal ClicksPalatal clicks;
ʗStretched CAlveolar clicks;
ʘBilabial Clicks (Bullseye)Bilabial clicks;
ʬBilabial percussive 
ʭBidental percussive 
Ꞛ ꞛVolapük AEArchaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[10]
Ꞝ ꞝVolapük OEArchaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[10]
Ꞟ ꞟVolapük UEArchaic letter for the constructed language Volapük[10]

Letters with diacritics

Letters with diacritics.
LetterNameNotes
A with right half ring
À àA with graveAghem, 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); Pe̍h-oē-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System
Á áA with acuteAfrikaans, 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,; Pe̍h-oē-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System
 âA with circumflexAwing, 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; Pe̍h-oē-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System, iSO 9
Ầ ầA with circumflex and graveVietnamese
Ấ ấA with circumflex and acuteVietnamese
Ẫ ẫA with circumflex and tildeVietnamese
Ẩ ẩA with circumflex and hook aboveVietnamese
à ãA with tildeApalai, 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
Ã̀ ã̀A with tilde and graveBoko, Bribri, Gokana, Ngbaka Minagende, Tee
Ã́ ã́A with tilde and acuteBribri, Lycian transliteration, Tee, Tucano, Yurutí
Ã̂ ã̂A with tilde and circumflexNgbaka Minagende
Ã̌ ã̌A with tilde and caronBoko, Ngbaka Minagende
Ã̍ ã̍A with tilde and vertical lineNgbaka Minagende
Ã̎ ã̎A with tilde and double vertical line
Ā āA with macronBangolan, Ewondo, Hawaiian, Igbo, Kaska, Kiowa, Latin, Latvian, Māori, 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; Pe̍h-oē-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System
Ā̀ ā̀A with macron and graveKaska, Latin, Sanskrit Transliteration, Tagish
Ā́ ā́A with macron and acuteKaska, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit Transliteration
Ā̂ ā̂A with macron and circumflexKaska, Proto-Baltic, Tagish
Ā̃ ā̃A with macron and tildeProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit Transliteration
Ā̃́ ā̃́A with macron and tilde and acuteProto-Indo-European
Ā̄ ā̄A with macron and macronKienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
Ā̆ ā̆A with macron and breveLatin, Middle High German, Proto-Indo-European
Ā̆́ ā̆́A with macron and breve and acuteLatin
Ā̈ ā̈A with macron and diaeresisSvan transliteration
Ā̊ ā̊A with macron and ring aboveAvestan transliteration
Ā̌ ā̌A with macron and caronGreek transliteration, Kaska, Tagish
Ă ăA with breveIstro-Romanian, Jarai, Latin, Mengleno-Romanian, Middle High German, Romanian, Skolt Sámi, Vietnamese; previously used in Malay; ISO 9; cf. Cyrillic: Ӑ ӑ
Ằ ằA with breve and graveLatin, Vietnamese
Ắ ắA with breve and acuteLatin, Vietnamese
Ẵ ẵA with breve and tildeVietnamese
Ẳ ẳA with breve and hook aboveVietnamese
Ȧ ȧA with dot aboveCheyenne, Old High German, Skolt Sámi, Ulithian
Ȧ́ ȧ́A with dot above and acute
Ǡ ǡA with dot above and macronSkolt Sámi
Ä äA with diaeresisDinka, 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: Ӓ ӓ
Ä́ ä́A with diaeresis and acuteSeneca, Tutchone, Cabécar, Old High German
Ä̀ ä̀A with diaeresis and graveHän, Tutchone
Ä̂ ä̂A with diaeresis and circumflexHän, Old High German
Ä̃ ä̃A with diaeresis and tildeArikapú, Nadëb
Ǟ ǟA with diaeresis and macronLivonian, Middle High German, Skolt Sámi, Tutchone
Ǟ̆ ǟ̆A with diaeresis and macron and breveOld High German
Ä̆ ä̆A with diaeresis and breveOld High German
Ä̌ ä̌A with diaeresis and caronHän
Ả ảA with hook aboveVietnamese
Å åA with ring aboveChamorro, Danish, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Greenlandic, Istro-Romanian, Old High German, North Frisian, Norwegian, Old High German, Sámi, Swedish, and Walloon
ÅAngstrom signÅngström unit of measure for length, preferred representation is Å (A with ring above)
Ǻ ǻA with ring above and acuteDanish
Å̂ å̂A with ring above and circumflexOld High German
Å̃ å̃A with ring above and tildeNorth Germanic Dialectology
Å̄ å̄A with ring above and macronOld High German
Å̄̆ å̄̆A with ring above and macron and breveOld High German
Å̆ å̆A with ring above and breveOld High German
A̋ a̋A with double acuteISO 9, Old High German, Slovak (rarely used), Taiwanese Romanization System
Ǎ ǎA with caronAwing, Bangolan, Ewondo, Hän, Hyam, Kaska, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lingala, Manenguba, Medumba, Mundani, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Nzime, Pinyin transliteration, Tagish, Tigon, Yoruba
A̍ a̍A with vertical lineNgbaka Minagende, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
A̎ a̎A with double vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
Ȁ ȁA with double graveBangolan, Croatian, Accented Slovenian
Ȃ ȃA with inverted breveCroatian, Old Church Slavonic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
A̐ a̐A with chandrabinduALA-LC
A̓ a̓A with comma aboveGreek transliteration, Heiltsuk
A̧ a̧A with cedillaGeneral Alphabet of Cameroon Languages: Dii, Mundani, and Pana
À̧ à̧A with grave and cedillaDii, Mundani
Á̧ á̧A with acute and cedillaDii, Pana
Â̧ â̧A with circumflex and cedillaPana
Ǎ̧ ǎ̧A with caron and cedillaMundani
A̭ a̭A with circumflex belowJuǀʼhoansi
A̰ a̰A with tilde belowKharosthi transliteration, Ngambay, Zarma
À̰ à̰A with tilde below and graveNateni
Á̰ á̰A with tilde below and acuteMbelime, Nateni
Ā̰ ā̰A with tilde below and macronMbelime
Ä̰ ä̰A with tilde below and diaeresis
Ä̰́ ä̰́A with tilde below, diaeresis, and acute
Ą ąA with ogonekChipewyan, Creek, Elfdalian, Gwich'in, Hän, Hocąk, Iñapari, Kashubian, Kaska, Lithuanian, Mescalero-Chiricahua, Navajo, Polish, Sekani, Tagish, Tlingit, Tutchone, Western Apache, and Winnebago
Ą̀ ą̀A with grave and ogonekHän, Kaska, Navajo, Sekani, Tagish, Tutchone
Ą́ ą́A with acute and ogonekChipewyan, Iñapari, Kaska, Lithuanian, Navajo, Omaha-Ponca, Osage, Sekani, Tutchone, Winnebago
Ą̂ ą̂A with circumflex and ogonekHän, Kaska, Tagish
Ą̃ ą̃A with tilde and ogonekLithuanian
Ą̄ ą̄A with macron and ogonekKaska, Tagish, Tutchone, Old Norse, Proto-Germanic, Tagish, Tutchone
Ą̄̀ ą̄̀A with macron, grave and ogonekKaska, Tagish
Ą̄́ ą̄́A with macron, acute and ogonekKaska, Old Norse
Ą̄̂ ą̄̂A with macron, circumflex and ogonekKaska, Tagish
Ą̄̌ ą̄̌A with macron, caron and ogonekKaska, Tagish
Ą̇ ą̇A with dot above and ogonekAvestan transliteration
Ą̈ ą̈A with diaeresis and ogonekHän, Southern Tutchone
Ą̈̀ ą̈̀A with diaeresis, grave and ogonekHän
Ą̈́ ą̈́A with diaeresis, acute and ogonekSouthern Tutchone
Ą̈̂ ą̈̂A with diaeresis, circumflex and ogonekHän
Ą̈̌ ą̈̌A with diaeresis, caron and ogonekHän
Ą̈̄ ą̈̄A with diaeresis, macron and ogonek
Ą̊ ą̊A with ring above and ogonekElfdalian
Ą̌ ą̌A with caron and ogonekHän, Tagish
Ą̋ ą̋A with double acute and ogonek
Ą̱ ą̱A with ogonek and line below
Ą̱̀ ą̱̀A with ogonek, line below and grave
Ą̱̀ ą̱̀A with ogonek, line below and acute
A᷎ a᷎A with ogonek above
A̱ a̱A with line belowArabic transliteration, Bribri, Coast Tsimshian, Estonian Swedish, German dialectology, Hyam, Kiowa, Koasati, Kwak'wala, Mazatec, Nuer, Seneca, Aguaruna
À̱ à̱A with line below and graveKiowa
Á̱ á̱A with line below and acuteKiowa, Seneca
Â̱ â̱A with line below and circumflexKiowa
Ã̱ ã̱A with line below and tilde
Ā̱ ā̱A with line below and macronKiowa
Ā̱̀ ā̱̀A with line below, macron, and graveKiowa
Ā̱́ ā̱́A with line below, macron, and acuteKiowa
Ā̱̂ ā̱̂A with line below, macron, and circumflexKiowa
Ä̱ ä̱A with line below and diaeresisEstonian Swedish, German dialectology, Seneca
Ä̱̀ ä̱̀A with line below, diaeresis and grave
Ä̱́ ä̱́A with line below, diaeresis and acute
Ä̱̂ ä̱̂A with line below, diaeresis and circumflex
Ä̱̌ ä̱̌A with line below, diaeresis and caron
Å̱ å̱A with line below and ring aboveEstonian Swedish
Ǎ̱ ǎ̱A with line below and caronHyam
A̱̥ a̱̥A with line below and ring belowArabic transliteration
Ạ ạA with dot belowAvokaya, Thompson, Vietnamese
Ạ́ ạ́A with acute and dot belowThompson
Ạ̀ ạ̀A with grave and dot belowThompson
Ậ ậA with circumflex and dot belowVietnamese
Ạ̃ ạ̃A with tilde and dot belowISO 9
Ạ̄ ạ̄A with macron and dot belowALA-LC romanization
Ặ ặA with breve and dot belowVietnamese
Ạ̈ ạ̈A with diaeresis and dot belowISO 9, Old High German
Ạ̈̀ ạ̈̀A with diaeresis and grave and dot below
Ạ̈́ ạ̈́A with diaeresis and acute and dot below
Ạ̈̂ ạ̈̂A with diaeresis and circumflex and dot below
Ạ̈̌ ạ̈̌A with diaeresis and caron and dot below
Ạ̌ ạ̌A with caron and dot below
Ạ̍ ạ̍A with vertical line and dot below
A̤ a̤A with diaeresis belowGerman dialectology, Pu-Xian Min
À̤ à̤A with diaeresis below and grave
Á̤ á̤A with diaeresis below and acute
Â̤ â̤A with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ä̤ ä̤A with diaeresis below and diaeresis
Ḁ ḁA with ring belowOld Chinese transliteration, Arabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
Ḁ̂ ḁ̂A with ring below and circumflexOld Chinese transliteration, Arabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
Ḁ̈ ḁ̈A with ring below and diaeresis
A̯ a̯A with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
A̩ a̩A with vertical line below
À̩ à̩A with vertical line below and grave
Á̩ á̩A with vertical line below and acute
Â̩ â̩A with vertical line below and circumflex
Ã̩ ã̩A with vertical line below and tilde
Ā̩ ā̩A with vertical line below and macron
Ǎ̩ ǎ̩A with vertical line below and caron
A̩̍ a̩̍A with vertical line below and vertical line
A̩̓ a̩̓A with vertical line below and comma above
A͔ a͔A with left arrowhead belowUralic dialectology
Ā͔ ā͔A with left arrowhead below and macronUralic dialectology
Ⱥ ⱥA with strokeMazahua,[11] Saanich
Ⱥ̀ ⱥ̀A with stroke and grave
Ⱥ́ ⱥ́A with stroke and acute
A with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
Ꞻ ꞻGlottal AUgaritic transliteration[12]
Ɑ̀ ɑ̀Alpha with graveMedumba, Tigon
Ɑ́ ɑ́Alpha with acuteMedumba, Tigon
Ɑ̂ ɑ̂Alpha with circumflexMedumba, Tigon
Ɑ̃ ɑ̃Alpha with tilde
Ɑ̄ ɑ̄Alpha with macronMedumba
Ɑ̆ ɑ̆Alpha with breve
Ɑ̇ ɑ̇Alpha with dot above
Ɑ̈ ɑ̈Alpha with diaeresis
Ɑ̊ ɑ̊Alpha with ring above
Ɑ̌ ɑ̌Alpha with caronMedumba, Tigon
Alpha with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
B̀ b̀B with graveNtcham
B́ b́B with acuteNtcham, Võro; previously used in Sorbian
B̂ b̂B with circumflexMiddle Persian transliteration
B̃ b̃B with tildeYanesha', Old Irish
B̄ b̄B with macronKire, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
Ḃ ḃB with dot aboveIrish (old orthography), Old High German
B̈ b̈B with diaeresisManichaean transliteration
B̒ b̒B with turned comma above
B̕ b̕B with comma above rightAmericanist phonetics
Ḇ ḇB with line belowCarian transliteration, Hebrew transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration
Ḇ̂ ḇ̂B with line below and circumflexMiddle Persian transliteration
Ḅ ḅB with dot belowIkwerre, Kalabari, Saraiki transliteration
B̤ b̤B with diaeresis belowSindhi transliteration
B̥ b̥B with ring belowIPA
B̬ b̬B with caron belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ƀ ƀB with strokeJarai, Proto-Germanic
B with middle tilde 
B with palatal hook 
Ɓ ɓB with hookVoiced bilabial implosive, Balanta, Basaa, Bomu, Bushi, Dan, Fula, Hausa, Kpelle, Maore, and Serer; formerly used in Shona
Ƃ ƃB with topbarLetter in the Zhuang Language from 1957 to 1986
ʙ̇Small capital B with dot above
ʙ̣Small capital B with dot below
C̀ c̀C with graveISO 9
Ć ćC with acuteBelarusian, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Polish, Romani, Serbian, Sorbian, and Võro
Ĉ ĉC with circumflexEsperanto, Pinyin transliteration
C̃ c̃C with tildeYanesha'
C̄ c̄C with macronALA-LC, ISO 9, Dacian transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration
C̄́ c̄́C with macron and acuteDacian transliteration
C̆ c̆C with breveISO 9, Jarai
Ċ ċC with dot aboveISO 9, Maltese, Chechen, Irish (old orthography), Old High German
C̈ c̈C with diaeresisISO 9, Old Irish
Č čC with caronBelarusian, Berber, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Lakota, Latvian, Lithuanian, Livonian, Romani, Sami, Slovak, Slovenian, Syriac Latin, and Wakhi
Č́ č́C with caron and acute aboveGeorgian transliteration
Č͑ č͑C with caron and left half ring aboveArmenian transliteration
Č̓ č̓C with caron and comma aboveComox
Č̕ č̕C with caron and comma above rightAmericanist phonetics
Č͑ č͑C with caron and reversed comma aboveGeorgian transliteration
C̋ c̋C with double acute
C̓ c̓C with comma aboveDitidaht, Haisla, Heiltsuk, Thompson
C̕ c̕C with comma above rightAmericanist phonetics
C̔ c̔C with reversed comma aboveGeorgian transliteration
C͑ c͑C with left half ring aboveArmenian transliteration
Ç çC with cedillaAlbanian, Azerbaijani, Catalan, Chechen, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Kurdish, Ligurian, Manx, Occitan, Portuguese, Romanian, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, Venetian, Zazaki; Voiceless palatal fricative
Ḉ ḉC with cedilla and acuteAbaza, Abkhaz, and Adyghe transliteration, Kurdish
Ç̆ ç̆C with cedilla and breveISO 9
Ç̇ ç̇C with cedilla and dot aboveChechen
Ç̌ ç̌C with cedilla and caronAbaza, Abkhaz, and Adyghe transliteration
Small C with palatal hookLithuanian dialectology[13][14]
Capital C with palatal hookMandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[15]
C̦ c̦C with comma below
C̭ c̭C with circumflex belowOld Persian transliteration
C̱ c̱C with line below
C̮ c̮C with breve belowRomance dialectology
C̣ c̣C with dot belowArmenian transliteration, Georgian transliteration
Ć̣ ć̣C with dot below and acuteGeorgian transliteration
Č̣ č̣C with dot below and caronArmenian transliteration, Georgian transliteration, Wakhi, Amharic transliteration, Gəˁəz transliteration
C̥ c̥C with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
C̬ c̬C with caron belowIPA
C̯ c̯C with inverted breve belowOld Persian transliteration
C̨ c̨C with ogonek
Ȼ ȼC with strokeKutenai, Saanich; Previously used in Latvian
Ȼ̓ ȼ̓C with stroke and comma aboveKutenai
Ꞓ ꞓC with barPreviously in Nanai
Ƈ ƈC with hookSerer
ɕ ᶝC with curlVoiceless alveolo-palatal fricative
Ꜿ ꜿReversed C with dot 
D́ d́D with acuteVõro, Kharosthi transliteration, ALA-LC transliteration
D̂ d̂D with circumflexISO 9
D̃ d̃D with tilde
D̄ d̄D with macronBasque (alternative orthography)
Ḋ ḋD with dot aboveIrish (Old orthography), Old High German
D̊ d̊D with ring aboveGerman Abbreviation
Ď ďD with caronCzech, Romani, Slovak
D̑ d̑D with inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
D̓ d̓D with comma aboveDitidaht
D̕ d̕D with comma above right
Ḑ ḑD with cedillaArabic transliteration, Livonian
D̦ d̦D with comma belowOld Romanian
Ḓ ḓD with circumflex belowVenda
Ḏ ḏD with line belowArabic transliteration, Syriac transliteration, Hebrew transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration, O'odham, Sindhi transliteration
D̮ d̮D with breve belowRomance dialectology
Ḍ ḍD with dot belowArabic Transliteration, Berber, Engenni, Kalabari, Kharosthi transliteration, O'odham, Sanskrit transliteration, Wakhi
Ḍ́ ḍ́D with dot below and acuteKharosthi transliteration
Ḍ̄ ḍ̄D with dot below and macronSindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
D̤ d̤D with diaeresis belowMandaic transliteration, Sindhi transliteration, Tifinagh transliteration
D̥ d̥D with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
D̬ d̬D with caron belowIPA
D̪ d̪D with bridge belowIPA
Đ đD with strokeBosnian, Croatian, Jarai, Katu, Sámi, Vietnamese, Middle Persian Transliteration
Đ̱ đ̱D with stroke and line belowMiddle Persian Transliteration
D with middle tilde 
D with palatal hook 
Ɖ ɖAfrican D, D with tailVoiced retroflex plosive; Bassa, Ewe
Ɗ ɗD with hookVoiced alveolar implosive; Bushi, Fula, Hausa, Maore, Serer; formerly used in Shona
D with hook and tailIPA; reportedly used in Ngad'a
Ƌ ƌD with topbarLetter of the Zhuang language from 1957 to 1986
ȡD with curlVoiced alveolo-palatal stop
Ꝺ́ ꝺ́Insular D with acute 
Ꝺ̇ ꝺ̇Insular D with dot above 
ᴅ̇Small capital D with dot above
ᴅ̣Small capital D with dot below
Ð́ ð́Eth with acute
Ð̣ ð̣Eth with dot below
È èE with graveAfrikaans, 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: Ѐ ѐ
É éE with acuteAfrikaans, 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 êE with circumflexAfrikaans, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Ewondo, French, Friulian, Jarai, Accented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Norwegian, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yoruba; Kurdish Kurmanji; Ukrainian transliteration
Ề ềE with circumflex and graveVietnamese, Pinyin transliteration
Ế ếE with circumflex and acuteVietnamese, Pinyin transliteration
Ễ ễE with circumflex and tildeVietnamese
Ê̄ ê̄E with circumflex and macronPinyin transliteration
Ê̆ ê̆E with circumflex and breveJarai
Ê̌ ê̌E with circumflex and caronPinyin transliteration
Ể ểE with circumflex and hook aboveVietnamese
Ẽ ẽE with tildeApalai, Bribri, Accented Czech, Ewe, Gokana, Guaraní, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Proto-Indo-European, Tee, Tucano, Umbundu, Vietnamese, Yurutí, Zarma
Ẽ̀ ẽ̀E with tilde and grave
Ẽ́ ẽ́E with tilde and acuteLycian transliteration
Ẽ̂ ẽ̂E with tilde and circumflex
Ẽ̌ ẽ̌E with tilde and caron
Ẽ̍ ẽ̍E with tilde and vertical line
Ẽ̎ ẽ̎E with tilde and double vertical line
Ē ēE with macronCreek, 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
Ḕ ḕE with macron and graveGreek transliteration, Latin, Pali transliteration
Ḗ ḗE with macron and acuteGreek transliteration, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
Ē̂ ē̂E with macron and circumflexProto-Baltic
Ē̃ ē̃E with macron and tildeProto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
Ē̃́ ē̃́E with macron and tilde and acuteProto-Indo-European
Ē̄ ē̄E with macron and macronKienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
Ē̆ ē̆E with macron and breveLatin, Proto-Indo-European
Ē̆́ ē̆́E with macron and breve and acuteLatin
Ē̌ ē̌E with macron and caronGreek transliteration
Ē̑ ē̑E with macron and inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
Ĕ ĕE with breveChuvash, Latin, Skolt Sámi, Slavic dialectology, Yaghnobi; previously used in Malay and Romanian; cf. Cyrillic: Ӗ ӗ
Ĕ̀ ĕ̀E with breve and graveLatin
Ĕ́ ĕ́E with breve and acuteLatin, Yaghnobi
Ĕ̄ ĕ̄E with breve and macronSlavic dialectology, Samaritan transliteration
Ė ėE with dot aboveCheyenne, Lithuanian, Old High German, Samogitian, Ulithian
Ė́ ė́E with dot above and acuteLithuanian
Ė̃ ė̃E with dot above and tildeLithuanian
Ė̄ ė̄E with dot above and macronSamogitian
Ë ëE with diaeresisAfrikaans, 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: Ё ё
Ë̀ ë̀E with diaeresis and grave
Ë́ ë́E with diaeresis and acuteOld High German, Old Lithuanian, Cabécar
Ë̂ ë̂E with diaeresis and circumflex
Ë̃ ë̃E with diaeresis and tildeOld High German, Old Lithuanian
Ë̄ ë̄E with diaeresis and macronOld High German
Ë̌ ë̌E with diaeresis and caron
Ẻ ẻE with hook aboveVietnamese
E̊ e̊E with ring aboveOld High German, Runic transliteration, Walloon
E̊̄ e̊̄E with ring above and macronRunic transliteration
E̋ e̋E with double acuteOld High German, Pehoe-Ji
Ě ěE with caronAwing, Bangolan, Czech, Ewondo, Hän, Hyam, Kaska, Kemezung, Kwanja, Lingala, Manenguba, Medumba, Mundani, Ngbaka Minagende, Ngiemboon, Ngomba, Nzime, Pinyin transliteration, Sorbian, Tagish, Tigon, Yoruba, Old Church Slavonic transliteration
Ě́ ě́E with caron and acuteAccented Czech, Old Church Slavonic transliteration
Ě̃ ě̃E with caron and tildeAccented Czech
Ě̋ ě̋E with caron and double acuteOld Church Slavonic transliteration
Ě̑ ě̑E with caron and inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
E̍ e̍E with vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System
E̎ e̎E with double vertical line
Ȅ ȅE with double graveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
Ȇ ȇE with inverted breveCroatian, Old Church Slavonic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
E̓ e̓E with comma aboveGreek transliteration
E᷎ e᷎E with ogonek above
Ȩ ȩE with cedillaDii, Hebrew transliteration, Mundani, Pana
Ȩ̀ ȩ̀E with grave and cedilla
Ȩ́ ȩ́E with acute and cedilla
Ȩ̂ ȩ̂E with circumflex and cedilla
Ḝ ḝE with breve and cedillaHebrew transliteration
Ȩ̌ ȩ̌E with caron and cedilla
Ẽ̦ ẽ̦E with comma below and tildeSlavic dialectology
Ę ęE with ogonekApache, Chipewyan, Creek, Elfdalian, Gwich'in, Han, Iñapari, Kaska, Lithuanian, Mescalero-Chiricahua, Navajo, Old High German, Old Norse, Polish, Sekani, Tagish, Tlingit, Tutchone, Winnebago
Ę̀ ę̀E with grave and ogonekNavajo, Winnebago
Ę́ ę́E with acute and ogonekOld Norse, Romance Dialectology, Lithuanian, Navajo, Winnebago
Ę̂ ę̂E with circumflex and ogonekOld High German
Ę̃ ę̃E with tilde and ogonekLithuanian, Romance Dialectology
Ę̃́ ę̃́E with tilde and acute and ogonek
Ę̄ ę̄E with macron and ogonekProto-Germanic, Romance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ę̄̀ ę̄̀E with macron, grave and ogonekRomance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ę̄́ ę̄́E with macron, acute and ogonekRomance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ę̄̂ ę̄̂E with macron, circumflex and ogonek
Ę̄̃ ę̄̃E with macron, tilde and ogonekRomance Dialectology
Ę̄̌ ę̄̌E with macron, caron and ogonek
Ę̆ ę̆E with breve and ogonekSlavic dialectology
Ę̇ ę̇E with dot above and ogonek
Ę̇́ ę̇́E with dot above, acute and ogonek
Ę̈ ę̈E with diaeresis and ogonekSlavic dialectology, Old High German
Ę̈̀ ę̈̀E with diaeresis, grave and ogonek
Ę̈́ ę̈́E with diaeresis, acute and ogonek
Ę̈̂ ę̈̂E with diaeresis, circumflex and ogonek
Ę̈̌ ę̈̌E with diaeresis, caron and ogonek
Ę̈̄ ę̈̄E with diaeresis, macron and ogonek
Ę̋ ę̋E with double acute and ogonek
Ę̌ ę̌E with caron and ogonek
Ę̑ ę̑E with inverted breve and ogonekOld Church Slavonic transliteration
Ę̱ ę̱E with ogonek and line below
Ę̱̀ ę̱̀E with ogonek, line below, and grave
Ę̱́ ę̱́E with ogonek, line below, and acute
Ę̣ ę̣E with ogonek and dot below
Ę᷎ ę᷎E with ogonek above and ogonek
Ḙ ḙE with circumflex belowIPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
Ḛ ḛE with tilde belowNgambay, Zarma, !Xóõ, Semitic transliteration
E̱ e̱E with line belowGerman dialectology, Aguaruna
È̱ è̱E with grave and line below
É̱ é̱E with acute and line below
Ê̱ ê̱E with circumflex and line below
Ẽ̱ ẽ̱E with tilde and line below
Ē̱ ē̱E with macron and line below
Ḕ̱ ḕ̱E with macron, grave and line below
Ḗ̱ ḗ̱E with macron, acute and line below
Ē̱̂ ē̱̂E with macron, circumflex and line below
Ë̱ ë̱E with diaeresis and line below
Ë̱̀ ë̱̀E with diaeresis, grave, and line below
Ë̱́ ë̱́E with diaeresis, acute, and line below
Ë̱̂ ë̱̂E with diaeresis, circumflex, and line below
Ë̱̌ ë̱̌E with diaeresis, caron, and line below
Ě̱ ě̱E with caron and line below
E̮ e̮E with breve belowUralic dialectology
Ē̮ ē̮E with breve below and macronUralic dialectology
Ẹ ẹE with dot belowAbua, Accented Slovenian, Gokana, Ibibio, Isoko, Romance dialectology, Slavic dialectology, Urhobo, Vietnamese, Yaghnobi, Yakö, Yoruba
Ẹ̀ ẹ̀E with grave and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ẹ́ ẹ́E with acute and dot belowRomance dialectology, Yaghnobi, Accented Slovenian
Ệ ệE with circumflex and dot belowVietnamese
Ẹ̃ ẹ̃E with tilde and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ẹ̄ ẹ̄E with macron and dot belowRomance dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ẹ̄̀ ẹ̄̀E with macron and grave and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ẹ̄́ ẹ̄́E with macron and acute and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ẹ̄̃ ẹ̄̃E with macron and tilde and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ẹ̆ ẹ̆E with breve and dot belowRomance dialectology, Slavic dialectology, Yaghnobi
Ẹ̆̀ ẹ̆̀E with breve and grave and dot belowCroatian and Slovenian dialectology
Ẹ̆́ ẹ̆́E with breve and acute and dot belowYaghnobi, Croatian and Slovenian dialectology
Ẹ̈ ẹ̈E with diaeresis and dot below
Ẹ̈̀ ẹ̈̀E with diaeresis, grave, and dot below
Ẹ̈́ ẹ̈́E with diaeresis, acute, and dot below
Ẹ̈̂ ẹ̈̂E with diaeresis, circumflex, and dot below
Ẹ̈̌ ẹ̈̌E with diaeresis, caron, and dot below
Ẹ̍ ẹ̍E with vertical line and dot below
Ẹ̌ ẹ̌E with caron and dot below
Ẹ̑ ẹ̑E with inverted breve and dot belowAccented Slovenian
E̤ e̤E with diaeresis belowPu-Xian Min
È̤ è̤E with diaeresis below and grave
É̤ é̤E with diaeresis below and acute
Ê̤ ê̤E with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ë̤ ë̤E with diaeresis below and diaeresis
E̥ e̥E with ring belowArabic transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Persian transliteration
E̯ e̯E with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
E̩ e̩E with vertical line below
È̩ è̩E with vertical line below and grave
É̩ é̩E with vertical line below and acute
Ê̩ ê̩E with vertical line below and circumflex
Ẽ̩ ẽ̩E with vertical line below and tilde
Ē̩ ē̩E with vertical line below and macron
Ě̩ ě̩E with vertical line below and caron
E̩̍ e̩̍E with vertical line below and vertical line
E̩̓ e̩̓E with vertical line below and comma above
È͕ è͕E with right arrowhead below and graveUralic dialectology
Ê͕ ê͕E with right arrowhead below and circumflexUralic dialectology
Ẽ͕ ẽ͕E with right arrowhead below and tildeUralic dialectology
Ē͕ ē͕E with right arrowhead below and macronUralic dialectology
Ḕ͕ ḕ͕E with right arrowhead below and macron and graveUralic dialectology
E̜ e̜E with left half ring below
E̹ e̹E with right half ring below
È̹ è̹E with right half ring below and grave
É̹ é̹E with right half ring below and acute
Ê̹ ê̹E with right half ring below and circumflex
Ẽ̹ ẽ̹E with right half ring below and tilde
Ē̹ ē̹E with right half ring below and macron
Ḕ̹ ḕ̹E with right half ring below and macron and grave
Ɇ ɇE with strokeMazahua,[11] Southeastern Tepehuan
E with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
E with notchUPA
Schwa with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
Open E with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
ɚSchwa with hookIPA
Reversed open E with retroflex hookpreviously in IPA
ɝReversed open E with hook (Reversed Epsilon hook)IPA
Ɛ̀ ɛ̀Open E with grave
Ɛ́ ɛ́Open E with acute
Ɛ̂ ɛ̂Open E with circumflex
Ɛ̃ ɛ̃Open E with tilde
Ɛ̃̀ ɛ̃̀Open E with tilde and grave
Ɛ̃́ ɛ̃́Open E with tilde and acute
Ɛ̃̂ ɛ̃̂Open E with tilde and circumflex
Ɛ̃̌ ɛ̃̌Open E with tilde and caron
Ɛ̃̍ ɛ̃̍Open E with tilde and vertical line
Ɛ̃̎ ɛ̃̎Open E with tilde and double vertical line
Ɛ̄ ɛ̄Open E with macron
Ɛ̆ ɛ̆Open E with breve
Ɛ̇ ɛ̇Open E with dot above
Ɛ̈ ɛ̈Open E with diaeresis
Ɛ̈̀ ɛ̈̀Open E with diaeresis and grave
Ɛ̈́ ɛ̈́Open E with diaeresis and acute
Ɛ̈̂ ɛ̈̂Open E with diaeresis and circumflex
Ɛ̈̌ ɛ̈̌Open E with diaeresis and caron
Ɛ̌ ɛ̌Open E with caron
Ɛ̍ ɛ̍Open E with vertical line
Ɛ̎ ɛ̎Open E with double vertical line
Ɛ̣ ɛ̣Open E with dot below
Ɛ̣̀ ɛ̣̀Open E with dot below and grave
Ɛ̣́ ɛ̣́Open E with dot below and acute
Ɛ̣̂ ɛ̣̂Open E with dot below and circumflex
Ɛ̣̃ ɛ̣̃Open E with dot below and tilde
Ɛ̣̈ ɛ̣̈Open E with dot below and diaeresis
Ɛ̣̈̀ ɛ̣̈̀Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
Ɛ̣̈́ ɛ̣̈́Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
Ɛ̣̈̂ ɛ̣̈̂Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ɛ̣̈̌ ɛ̣̈̌Open E with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Ɛ̣̌ ɛ̣̌Open E with dot below and caron
Ɛ̤ ɛ̤Open E with diaeresis below
Ɛ̤̀ ɛ̤̀Open E with diaeresis below and grave
Ɛ̤́ ɛ̤́Open E with diaeresis below and acute
Ɛ̤̂ ɛ̤̂Open E with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ɛ̤̈ ɛ̤̈Open E with diaeresis below and diaeresis
Ɛ̧ ɛ̧Open E with cedilla
Ɛ̧̀ ɛ̧̀Open E with cedilla and grave
Ɛ̧́ ɛ̧́Open E with cedilla and acute
Ɛ̧̂ ɛ̧̂Open E with cedilla and circumflex
Ɛ̧̌ ɛ̧̌Open E with cedilla and caron
Ɛ̨ ɛ̨Open E with ogonek
Ɛ̨̀ ɛ̨̀Open E with ogonek and grave
Ɛ̨́ ɛ̨́Open E with ogonek and acute
Ɛ̨̂ ɛ̨̂Open E with ogonek and circumflex
Ɛ̨̄ ɛ̨̄Open E with ogonek and macron
Ɛ̨̆ ɛ̨̆Open E with ogonek and breve
Ɛ̨̈ ɛ̨̈Open E with ogonek and diaeresis
Ɛ̨̌ ɛ̨̌Open E with ogonek and caron
Ɛ̰ ɛ̰Open E with tilde below
Ɛ̰̀ ɛ̰̀Open E with tilde below and grave
Ɛ̰́ ɛ̰́Open E with tilde below and acute
Ɛ̰̄ ɛ̰̄Open E with tilde below and macron
Ɛ̱ ɛ̱Open E with line below
Ɛ̱̀ ɛ̱̀Open E with line below and grave
Ɛ̱́ ɛ̱́Open E with line below and acute
Ɛ̱̂ ɛ̱̂Open E with line below and circumflex
Ɛ̱̃ ɛ̱̃Open E with line below and tilde
Ɛ̱̈ ɛ̱̈Open E with line below and diaeresis
Ɛ̱̈̀ ɛ̱̈̀Open E with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ɛ̱̈́ ɛ̱̈́Open E with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Ɛ̱̌ ɛ̱̌Open E with line below and caron
Ə̀ ə̀Schwa with grave
Ə́ ə́Schwa with acute
Ə̂ ə̂Schwa with circumflex
Ə̄ ə̄Schwa with macronAvestan transliteration
Ə̌ ə̌Schwa with caron
Ə̏ ə̏Schwa with double graveAccented Slovenian
F̀ f̀F with graveISO 9
F́ f́F with acuteVõro
F̃ f̃F with tildeIgbo (alternate orthography)
F̄ f̄F with macronISO 11940
Ḟ ḟF with dot aboveIrish (old orthography), Old High German, Old Russian transliteration
F̓ f̓F with comma above
F̧ f̧F with cedillaALA-LC romanization of Abkhaz
F with middle tilde 
F with palatal hook 
Ƒ ƒF with hook (Script F)Ewe
Ꞙ ꞙF with strokeArchaic letter for Ewe
F̱ f̱F with line below
F̣ f̣F with dot belowGeorgian transliteration
ꜰ̇Small capital F
Ꝼ́ ꝼ́Insular F with acute
Ꝼ̇ ꝼ̇Insular F with dot above
Ꝼ̣ ꝼ̣Insular F with dot below
G̀ g̀G with graveISO 9
Ǵ ǵG with acuteKharosthi transliteration, Macedonian transliteration, Middle Persian Transliteration
Ǵ̄ ǵ̄G with acute and macronKharosthi transliteration
Ĝ ĝG with circumflexAleut, Esperanto, Proto-Indo-European dialectology
G̃ g̃G with tildePre-1936 Tagalog letter; ng, Guaraní
G̃́ g̃́G with tilde and acute
Ḡ ḡG with macronHebrew transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Dacian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
Ḡ́ ḡ́G with macron and acuteDacian transliteration
Ğ ğG with breveTurkish, Azerbaijani, Crimean Tatar, Laz, Bashkir transliteration
Ġ ġG with dot aboveIñupiat, Irish (old orthography), Maltese, Old High German
G̈ g̈G with diaeresisNawdm, ALA-LC romanization of Sindhi
G̈̇ g̈̇G with three dots above/diaeresis and dot aboveTifinagh transliteration
G̊ g̊G with ring aboveIPA
G̋ g̋G with double acuteOld Maltese orthography
Ǧ ǧG with caronArabic transliteration, Berber, Lakota, Manichaean transliteration, Romani, Skolt Sami
Ǧ̈ ǧ̈G with caron and diaeresisManichaean transliteration
G̑ g̑G with inverted breveAleut (alternative orthography), Old Church Slavonic transliteration, Proto-Indo-European dialectology
G̒ g̒G with turned comma above
G̓ g̓G with comma above
G̕ g̕G with comma above right
G̔ g̔G with reversed comma above
Ģ ģG with cedillaLatvian
G̦ g̦G with comma belowOld Latgalian
G̱ g̱G with line belowHebrew transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration, Sindhi transliteration
G̱̓ g̱̓G with line below and comma above
G̮ g̮G with breve belowRomance Dialectology
G̣ g̣G with dot belowEyak, Georgian transliteration
G̤ g̤G with diaeresis below
G̥ g̥G with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
G̫ g̫G with inverted double arch belowIPA
Ꞡ ꞡG with oblique strokePre-1921 Latvian letter
Ǥ ǥG with strokeProto-Germanic, Skolt Sami
G with palatal hook 
Ɠ ɠG with hookVoiced velar implosive
ɢ̇Small capital G with dot above
ɢ̣Small capital G with dot below
ʛSmall capital G with hookVoiced uvular implosive
Ɣ̓ ɣ̓Gamma with comma aboveThompson
H̀ h̀H with graveGreek transliteration
H́ h́H with acuteAvestan transliteration, Greek transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Võro, ALA-LC romanization
Ĥ ĥH with circumflexEsperanto
H̄ h̄H with macronISO 11940
Ḣ ḣH with dot aboveAvestan Transliteration, Cyrillic transliteration, Old High German
Ḧ ḧH with diaeresisKurdish
Ȟ ȟH with caronFinnish Romani, Lakota
H̐ h̐H with chandrabinduALA-LC romanization of Kabardian
H̓ h̓H with comma aboveHeiltsuk
H̕ h̕H with comma above right
Ḩ ḩH with cedillaArabic transliteration
H̨ h̨H with ogonekUyghur transliteration
H̭ h̭H with circumflex belowEgyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
H̱ ẖH with line belowArabic transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration
Ḫ ḫH with breve belowArabic transliteration
Ḥ ḥH with dot belowArabic and Syriac transliteration
Ḥ̣ ḥ̣H with colon belowHebrew transliteration
H̤ h̤H with diaeresis below
H̥ h̥H with ring belowIPA
H̬ h̬H with caron belowIPA
H̯ h̯H with inverted breve belowEgyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
Ħ ħ ꟸH with strokeVoiceless pharyngeal fricative; Maltese
Ħ̥ ħ̥H with stroke and ring belowIPA
Ɦ ɦ ʱH with hookVoiced glottal fricative; Dagaare, Massa
Ⱨ ⱨH with descenderUyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: Ҙ ҙ
H with palatal hookLithuanian dialectology[13][14]
H with retroflex hook
ʜ̇Small capital H
ɧHeng with hookVoiceless palatal-velar fricative
Ì ìI with graveEmiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, Italian, Luba-Kasai, Maltese, Pinyin transliteration, Scottish Gaelic, Vietnamese, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings)
Í íI with acuteAfrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Galician, Icelandic, Lingala, Lithuanian, Navajo, Occitan, Pinyin transliteration, Portuguese, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Tatar, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yaghnobi
Î îI with circumflexAfrikaans, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Italian, Kurdish, Accented Latvian, Romanian, Turkish, Welsh
Î́ î́I with circumflex and acute
Ĩ ĩI with tildeApalai, Bariba, Boko, Accented Czech, Greenlandic, Guaraní, Kikuyu, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Umbundu, Vietnamese, Zarma
Ĩ́ ĩ́I with tilde and acute
Ĩ̀ ĩ̀I with tilde and grave
Ĩ̂ ĩ̂I with tilde and circumflex
Ĩ̌ ĩ̌I with tilde and caron
Ĩ̍ ĩ̍I with tilde and vertical line
Ĩ̎ ĩ̎I with tilde and double vertical line
Ī īI with macronLatvian, Latin, Sanskrit transliteration
Ī́ ī́I with macron and acuteLatin, Sanskrit transliteration
Ī̀ ī̀I with macron and graveLatin, Sanskrit transliteration
Ī̂ ī̂I with macron and circumflex
Ī̌ ī̌I with macron and caron
Ī̃ ī̃I with macron and tildeSanskrit transliteration
Ī̄ ī̄I with macron and macronKienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
Ī̆ ī̆I with macron and breveLatin
Ī̆́ ī̆́I with macron and breve and acuteLatin
Ĭ ĭI with breveJarai, Latin, Yaghnobi; Previously used in Romanian
Ĭ̀ ĭ̀I with breve and graveLatin
Ĭ́ ĭ́I with breve and acuteLatin, Yaghnobi
İ iI (uppercase) with dot aboveTurkish, Azerbaijani, Old High German
I ıI (lowercase, i.e. ı) without dot aboveTurkish, Azerbaijani, Old High German
İ́ i̇́I with dot above and acute
Ï ïI with diaeresisAfrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, French, Greek transliteration, Italian, Welsh
Ï̀ ï̀I with diaeresis and graveGreek transliteration
Ḯ ḯI with diaeresis and acuteGreek transliteration
Ï̂ ï̂I with diaeresis and circumflex
Ï̃ ï̃I with diaeresis and tilde
Ï̄ ï̄I with diaeresis and macron
Ï̌ ï̌I with diaeresis and caron
Ï̑ ï̑I with diaeresis and inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
I̊ i̊I with ring aboveOld High German
I̋ i̋I with double acuteOld High German
Ǐ ǐI with caronPinyin
Ỉ ỉI with hook aboveVietnamese
I̍ i̍I with vertical linePe̍h-oē-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other romanizations of Chinese dialects
I̎ i̎I with double vertical line
Ȉ ȉI with double graveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
I̐ i̐I with chandrabinduALA-LC Romanization
Ȋ ȋI with inverted breveCroatian, Old Church Slavonic transliteration, Accented Slovenian
I᷎ i᷎I with ogonek above
Į įI with ogonekLithuanian, Navajo
Į̀ į̀I with ogonek and graveNavajo
Į́ į́ į̇́I with ogonek and acuteLithuanian, Navajo
Į̂ į̂I with ogonek and circumflex
Į̃ į̃ į̇̃I with ogonek and tildeLithuanian
Į̄ į̄I with ogonek and macronProto-Germanic
Į̄̀ į̄̀I with ogonek, macron, and grave
Į̄́ į̄́I with ogonek, macron, and acute
Į̄̂ į̄̂I with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
Į̄̆ į̄̆I with ogonek, macron, and breve
Į̄̌ į̄̌I with ogonek, macron, and caron
Į̈ į̈I with ogonek and diaeresis
Į̈̀ į̈̀I with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
Į̈́ į̈́I with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
Į̈̂ į̈̂I with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
Į̈̌ į̈̌I with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
Į̈̄ į̈̄I with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
Į̋ į̋I with ogonek and double acute
Į̌ į̌I with ogonek and caron
Į̱ į̱I with ogonek and line below
Į̱́ į̱́I with ogonek, line below, and acute
Į̱̀ į̱̀I with ogonek, line below, and grave
I̓ i̓I with comma aboveHeiltsuk
I̧ i̧I with cedilla
Í̧ í̧I with cedilla and acute
Ì̧ ì̧I with cedilla and grave
Î̧ î̧I with cedilla and circumflex
I̭ i̭I with circumflex belowCuneiform transliteration
Ī̭ ī̭I with circumflex below and macronCuneiform transliteration
Ḭ ḭI with tilde belowIPA, Semitic transliteration
Ḭ̀ ḭ̀I with tilde below and grave
Ḭ́ ḭ́I with tilde below and acute
Ḭ̄ ḭ̄I with tilde below and macron
Ḭ̈ ḭ̈I with tilde below and diaeresis
Ḭ̈́ ḭ̈́I with tilde below, diaeresis, and acute
I̱ i̱I with line belowGerman dialectology, Aguaruna
Ì̱ ì̱I with line below and grave
Í̱ í̱I with line below and acute
Î̱ î̱I with line below and circumflex
Ǐ̱ ǐ̱I with line below and caron
Ĩ̱ ĩ̱I with line below and tilde
Ï̱ ï̱I with line below and diaeresis
Ḯ̱ ḯ̱I with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Ï̱̀ ï̱̀I with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ï̱̂ ï̱̂I with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ï̱̌ ï̱̌I with line below, diaeresis, and caron
Ī̱ ī̱I with line below and macron
Ī̱́ ī̱́I with line below, macron, and acute
Ī̱̀ ī̱̀I with line below, macron, and grave
Ī̱̂ ī̱̂I with line below, macron, and circumflex
I̮ i̮I with breve belowUralic dialectology
Ị ịI with dot belowVietnamese
Ị̀ ị̀I with dot below and grave
Ị́ ị́I with dot below and acute
Ị̂ ị̂I with dot below and circumflex
Ị̃ ị̃I with dot below and tilde
Ị̄ ị̄I with dot below and macronRomance dialectology
Ị̈ ị̈I with dot below and diaeresis
Ị̈̀ ị̈̀I with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
Ị̈́ ị̈́I with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
Ị̈̂ ị̈̂I with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ị̈̌ ị̈̌I with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Ị̌ ị̌I with dot below and caron
Ị̍ ị̍I with dot below and vertical line
I̤ i̤I with diaeresis below
Ì̤ ì̤I with diaeresis below and grave
Í̤ í̤I with diaeresis below and acute
Î̤ î̤I with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ï̤ ï̤I with diaeresis below and diaeresis
I̥ i̥I with ring belowHebrew transliteration, Arabic transliteration, Yaghnobi
Í̥ í̥I with ring below and acuteYaghnobi
Ï̥ ï̥I with ring below and diaeresis
I̯ i̯I with inverted breve belowIPA, Proto-Indo-European, Uralic dialectology
Í̯ í̯I with inverted breve below and acuteUralic dialectology
Ĩ̯ ĩ̯I with inverted breve below and tildeProto-Indo-European
I̩ i̩I with vertical line below
I͔ i͔I with left arrowhead belowUralic dialectology
Ī͔ ī͔I with left arrowhead below and macronUralic dialectology
Ɨ ɨ ᶤI with strokeClose central unrounded vowel; General Alphabet of Cameroon languages
Ɨ̀ ɨ̀I with stroke and grave
Ɨ́ ɨ́I with stroke and acute
Ɨ̂ ɨ̂I with stroke and circumflex
Ɨ̌ ɨ̌I with stroke and caron
Ɨ̃ ɨ̃I with stroke and tilde
Ɨ̄ ɨ̄I with stroke and macron
Ɨ̈ ɨ̈I with stroke and diaeresis
Ɨ̧ ɨ̧I with stroke and cedilla
Ɨ̧̀ ɨ̧̀I with stroke, cedilla and grave
Ɨ̧̂ ɨ̧̂I with stroke, cedilla, and circumflex
Ɨ̧̌ ɨ̧̌I with stroke, cedilla and caron
Ɨ̱ ɨ̱I with stroke and line below
Ɨ̱̀ ɨ̱̀I with stroke, line below, and grave
Ɨ̱́ ɨ̱́I with stroke, line below, and acute
Ɨ̱̂ ɨ̱̂I with stroke, line below, and circumflex
Ɨ̱̈ ɨ̱̈I with stroke, line below, and diaeresis
Ɨ̱̌ ɨ̱̌I with stroke, line below, and caron
Ɨ̯ ɨ̯I with stroke and inverted breve below
I with retroflex hook 
Ꞽ ꞽGlottal IEgyptological yod[12]
ı̣Dotless I with dot belowSlavic dialectology
ı̥Dotless I with ring below
Ɩ̀ ɩ̀Iota with grave
Ɩ́ ɩ́Iota with acute
Ɩ̂ ɩ̂Iota with cicumflex
Ɩ̃ ɩ̃Iota with tilde
Ɩ̈ ɩ̈Iota with diaeresis
Ɩ̌ ɩ̌Iota with caron
Iota with stroke 
J́ j́J with acuteISO 9, Kharosthi transliteration
Ĵ ĵJ with circumflexEsperanto
J̃ j̃ j̇̃J with tildeLithuanian
J̄ j̄J with macronKharosthi transliteration, Sindhi transliteration (Lepsius)
J with dot aboveOld High German
J̈ j̈J with diaeresisPingasorian
J̈̇ j̈̇J with three dots above/diaeresis and dot aboveTifinagh transliteration
J̊ j̊J with ring aboveOld High German
J̋ j̋J with double acute
J̌ ǰJ with caronWakhi, Uralic dialectology
J̌́ ǰ́J with caron and acuteUralic dialectology
J̓ j̓J with comma above
J᷎ j᷎J with ogonek above
J̱ j̱J with line belowSindhi transliteration
J̣ j̣J with dot belowOld High German
J̣̌ ǰ̣J with dot below and caronWakhi
J̥ j̥J with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ɉ ɉJ with strokeArhuaco
Ɉ̱ ɉ̱J with stroke and line below
Ʝ ʝ ᶨJ with crossed-tailVoiced palatal fricative
ȷDotless JOld High German
ɟ ᶡDotless J with strokeVoiced palatal plosive
ʄDotless J with stroke and hookVoiced palatal implosive
K̀ k̀K with graveGreek transliteration, ISO 9
Ḱ ḱK with acuteMacedonian transliteration, Greek transliteration, Saanich, ISO 9
K̂ k̂K with circumflexCarian transliteration, Proto-Indo-Iranian dialectology
K̃ k̃K with tildeGreek transliteration, phonetic symbol for IPA /x/
K̄ k̄K with macronISO 9
K̆ k̆K with breveUralic dialectology
K̇ k̇K with dot aboveOld High German; ALA-LC romanizations
K̈ k̈K with diaeresisManichaean transliteration
Ǩ ǩK with caronSkolt Sami, Laz
K̑ k̑K with inverted breveProto-Indo-European dialectology, Old Church Slavonic transliteration
K̓ k̓K with comma aboveGreek transliteration
K̕ k̕K with comma above right
K̔ k̔K with reversed comma above
K͑ k͑K with left half ring aboveArmenian transliteration
Ķ ķK with cedillaLatvian
K̦ k̦K with comma belowOld Latgalian
K̨ k̨K with ogonekUyghur transliteration
Ḵ ḵK with line belowHebrew transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration
Ḵ̓ ḵ̓K with line below and comma above
Ḳ ḳK with dot belowArabic transliteration, Georgian transliteration
K̮ k̮K with breve belowRomance dialectology
K̥ k̥K with ring below
K̬ k̬K with caron belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
K̫ k̫K with inverted double arch belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
K with palatal hook 
Ƙ ƙK with hookHausa
Ⱪ ⱪK with descenderUyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: Қ қ
Ꝁ ꝁK with strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꝃ ꝃK with diagonal strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꝅ ꝅK with stroke and diagonal strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꞣ ꞣK with oblique strokePre-1921 Latvian letter
ᴋ̇Small capital K with dot above
Ŀ ŀL with middle dotCatalan
L̀ l̀L with graveNtcham
Ĺ ĺL with acuteSlovak, Ntcham
L̂ l̂L with circumflexAccented Latvian, ISO 9
L̃ l̃L with tildeAccented Latvian, Lithuanian
L̄ l̄L with macronBasque (alternative orthography)
L̇ l̇L with dot aboveOld High German; Previously used in Czech
L̈ l̈L with diaeresis
L̋ l̋L with double acute
Ľ ľL with caronRomani, Slovak
L̐ l̐L with chandrabinduSanskrit transliteration
L̑ l̑L with inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
L̓ l̓L with comma aboveHeiltsuk, Thompson
L̕ l̕L with comma above right
Ļ ļL with cedillaLatvian, Marshallese
Ļ̂ ļ̂L with cedilla and circumflexAccented Latvian
Ļ̃ ļ̃L with cedilla and tildeAccented Latvian
L̦ l̦L with comma belowNenets in the 1930s, Old Latgalian
Ḽ ḽL with circumflex belowVenda
Ḻ ḻL with line belowMiddle Persian transliteration, Tamil transliteration
Ḻ̓ ḻ̓L with comma above and line below
L̮ l̮L with breve belowRomance dialectology
Ḷ ḷL with dot belowBengali transliteration, Iñupiat, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḷ̀ ḷ̀L with grave and dot belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḷ́ ḷ́L with acute and dot belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḹ ḹL with dot below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḹ́ ḹ́L with dot below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḹ̆ ḹ̆L with dot below and macron and breveSanskrit transliteration
Ḷ̓ ḷ̓L with comma above and dot below
Ḷ̕ ḷ̕L with comma above right and dot below
Ḷ̣ ḷ̣L with colon belowHebrew transliteration
L̤ l̤L with diaeresis belowBengali, Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam transliteration
L̤̄ l̤̄L with diaeresis below and macronBengali transliteration
L̥ l̥L with ring belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L̥̀ l̥̀L with ring below and graveProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ĺ̥ ĺ̥L with ring below and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L̥̄ l̥̄L with ring below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L̥̄́ l̥̄́L with ring below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
L̥̄̆ l̥̄̆L with ring below and macron and breveProto-Indo-European
L̥̕ l̥̕L with ring below and caronSanskrit transliteration
L̩ l̩L with vertical line belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
L̩̀ l̩̀L with vertical line below and grave
L̩̓ l̩̓L with vertical line below and comma above
L̯ l̯L with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ł łL with strokeGwich'in, Iñupiat, Kashubian, Navajo, Polish, Silesian, accented Slovenian, Sorbian, Venetian
Ł̇ ł̇L with stroke and dot above
Ł̓ ł̓L with stroke and comma above
Ł̣ ł̣L with stroke and dot belowIñupiat
Ł̱ ł̱L with stroke and line below
Ꝉ ꝉL with high strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ƚ ƚL with barSaanich
Ⱡ ⱡL with double barMelpa
Ɫ ɫ ꭞL with middle tildeVelarized alveolar lateral approximant, Teuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ɬ ɬL with beltVoiceless alveolar lateral fricative
ᶅ ᶪL with palatal hook 
ɭ ᶩL with retroflex hookRetroflex lateral approximant
L with retroflex hook and beltVoiceless retroflex lateral fricative in Toda
ȴL with curlAlevolo-palatal lateral approximant
ʟ̇Small capital L with dot above
ʟ̣Small capital L with dot below
ƛLambda with strokeAmericanist phonetic notation
ƛ̓Lambda with stroke and comma above
λ̴Lambda with middle tildeHeiltsuk
λ̴̓Lambda with middle tilde and comma aboveHeiltsuk
M̀ m̀M with graveDoo, Gokana, Kikongo, Old Italian, Tarok, Yoruba, Pinyin transliteration and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ḿ ḿM with acuteDii, Gokana, Makari, Tarok, Võro, Yoruba, Yupik, Pinyin transliteration and other transliterations of Chinese dialects; previously used in Sorbian
M̂ m̂M with circumflexAccented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Old High German, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
M̃ m̃M with tildeAccented Latvian, Lithuanian, Lycian transliteration, Old Irish
M̄ m̄M with macronKharosthi transliteration, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
M̆ m̆M with breveSinhala transliteration
Ṁ ṁM with dot aboveIrish (old orthography), Old High German, Sanskrit transliteration
Ṁ̇ ṁ̇M with colon aboveSanskrit transliteration
M̈ m̈M with diaeresisAraki, Old German
M̋ m̋M with double acute
M̍ m̍M with vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
M̌ m̌M with caronTarok, Wenzhounese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
M̐ m̐M with chandrabinduSanskrit transliteration
M̑ m̑M with inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
M̓ m̓M with comma above
M̕̕ m̕M with comma above right
M͑ m͑M with left half ring aboveArmenian transliteration
M with middle tilde 
M̧ m̧M with cedillaMarshallese
M̨ m̨M with ogonekAvestan transliteration, Uralic dialectology
M̦ m̦M with comma belowNenets in the 1930s
M̱ m̱M with line belowMiddle Persian transliteration, Telugu transliteration
Ḿ̱ ḿ̱M with line below and acuteTelugu transliteration
M̮ m̮M with breve belowRomance Dialectology
Ṃ ṃM with dot belowSanskrit transliteration, Thaana transliteration
Ṃ́ ṃ́M with acute and dot belowThaana transliteration
Ṃ̄ ṃ̄M with macron and dot belowThaana transliteration
Ṃ̓ ṃ̓M with comma above and dot below
M̥ m̥M with ring belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ḿ̥ ḿ̥M with ring below and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M̥̄ m̥̄M with ring below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M̥̄́ m̥̄́M with ring below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
M̥̄̆ m̥̄̆M with ring below and macron and breveProto-Indo-European
M̬ m̬M with caron belowUralic dialectology
M̩ m̩M with vertical line belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
M̩̀ m̩̀M with vertical line below and grave
M̩̓ m̩̓M with vertical line below and comma above
M̯ m̯M with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
M with palatal hook 
M with retroflex hook
Ɱ ɱ ᶬM with hookLabiodental nasal
ᴍ̇Small capital M with dot above
ᴍ̣Small capital M with dot below
Ǹ ǹN with graveDii, Kikongo, Old Italian, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Tarok, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ń ńN with acutePolish, Kashubian, Lule Sámi, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Sorbian, Tarok, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
N̂ n̂N with circumflexChiricahua, Accented Latvian, Luxembourgian, Massa, ISO 9, Old High German, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ñ ñN with tildeAragonese, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Galician, Guaraní, Hassaniya, Iñupiat, Accented Latvian, Lithuanian, Ocaina, Quechua, Sanskrit transliteration, Spanish, Tagalog, Wolof
Ñ̈ ñ̈N with tilde and diaeresisOcaina
N̄ n̄N with macronBasque (alternative orthography), Kharosthi transliteration, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
N̆ n̆N with breveSinhala transliteration
Ṅ ṅN with dot aboveEmiliano-Romagnolo, Sanskrit transliteration, Venda
Ṅ̇ ṅ̇N with colon aboveSanskrit transliteration
N̈ n̈N with diaeresisCape Verdan Creole, Jacaltec, Malagasy, Ocaina, Old German, Malagasy
N̋ n̋N with double acute
Ň ňN with caronCzech, Slovak, Tarok, Turkmen, Wenzhounese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
N̐ n̐N with chandrabinduSanskrit transliteration
N̑ n̑N with inverted breveOld Church Slavonic Transliteration
N̍ n̍N with vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects.
N̓ n̓N with comma above
N̕ n̕N with comma above right
Ꞥ ꞥN with oblique strokePre-1921 Latvian letter
N with middle tilde 
Ņ ņN with cedillaLatvian
Ņ̂ ņ̂N with cedilla and circumflexAccented Latvian
Ņ̃ ņ̃N with cedilla and tildeAccented Latvian
N̦ n̦N with comma belowOld Latgalian, Nenets in the 1930s
N̨ n̨N with ogonekAzerbaijani, Tatar (alternate form of N with descender), Tuvan transliteration, Uralic dialectology
Ṋ ṋN with circumflex belowVenda
N̰ n̰N with tilde below
Ṉ ṉN with line belowTamil transliteration, Telugu transliteration
Ṉ́ ṉ́N with line below and acuteTelugu transliteration
N̮ n̮N with breve belowRomance dialectology
Ṇ ṇN with dot belowused in phonetic Sanskrit transliteration, Thaana transliteration
Ṇ́ ṇ́N with acute and dot belowThaana transliteration
Ṇ̄ ṇ̄N with macron and dot belowThaana transliteration
Ṇ̄́ ṇ̄́N with macron and acute and dot belowThaana transliteration
Ṇ̓ ṇ̓N with comma above and dot below
N̤ n̤N with diaeresis belowArabic transliteration, Sindhi transliteration, Tamil transliteration
N̥ n̥N with ring belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration, Arabic transliteration
Ǹ̥ ǹ̥N with ring below and graveSanskrit transliteration
Ń̥ ń̥N with ring below and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ñ̥ ñ̥N with ring below and tildeSanskrit transliteration
Ñ̥́ ñ̥́N with ring below and tilde and acuteSanskrit transliteration
N̥̄ n̥̄N with ring below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
N̥̄́ n̥̄́N with ring below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
N̥̄̆ n̥̄̆N with ring below and macron and breveProto-Indo-European
N̥̄̑ n̥̄̑N with ring below and macron and inverted breveProto-Indo-European
Ṅ̥ ṅ̥N with ring below and dot aboveSanskrit transliteration
N̥̑ n̥̑N with ring below and inverted breveProto-Indo-European
N̥̑́ n̥̑́N with ring below and inverted breve and acuteProto-Indo-European
N̥̑̄ n̥̑̄N with ring below and inverted breve and macronProto-Indo-European
N̯ n̯N with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
N̩ n̩N with vertical line belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ǹ̩ ǹ̩N with vertical line below and grave
N̩̓ n̩̓N with vertical line below and comma above
N̲ n̲N with underline
Ɲ ɲ ᶮN with left hookPalatal nasal; Bambara and other African languages
Ƞ ƞN with long right legJakota
Ꞑ ꞑN with descenderJaꞑalif
Ŋ̀ ŋ̀Eng with grave
Ŋ́ ŋ́Eng with acuteAvestan transliteration
Ŋ̂ ŋ̂Eng with circumflexOld High German
Ŋ̄ ŋ̄Eng with macron
Ŋ̈ ŋ̈Eng with diaeresis
Ŋ̈̇ ŋ̈̇Eng with diaeresis and dot above (three dots above)Tifinagh transliteration
Ŋ̊ ŋ̊Eng with ring aboveIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ŋ̑ ŋ̑Eng with inverted breveOld Church Slavonic transliteration
Ŋ̨ ŋ̨Eng with ogonekUralic dialectology
Ŋ̥ ŋ̥Eng with ring belowProto-Indo-European
Ŋ̥́ ŋ̥́Eng with ring below and acuteProto-Indo-European
Ŋ̥̄ ŋ̥̄Eng with ring below and macronProto-Indo-European
Ŋ̥̄́ ŋ̥̄́Eng with ring below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European
N with palatal hook 
ɳ ᶯN with retroflex hookRetroflex nasal
ȵN with curlAlevolo-palatal nasal
ɴ̇Small capital N with dot above
ɴ̣Small capital N with dot below
Ò òO with graveCatalan, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, Italian, Kashubian, Maltese, Norwegian, Occitan, Pinyin transliteration, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings), Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ó óO with acuteCatalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Italian, Kashubian, Lombard, Norwegian, Occitan, Polish, Pinyin transliteration, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Welsh, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ô ôO with circumflexEmiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, French, Jarai, Kashubian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Slovak, Vietnamese, Welsh, Pe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
Ố ốO with circumflex and acuteVietnamese
Ồ ồO with circumflex and graveVietnamese
Ỗ ỗO with circumflex and tildeVietnamese
Ô̆ ô̆O with circumflex and breveJarai
Ổ ổO with circumflex and hook aboveVietnamese
Õ õO with tildeAccented Czech, Estonian, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Võro
Õ̍ õ̍O with tilde and vertical line
Õ̎ õ̎O with tilde and double vertical line
Õ̀ õ̀O with tilde and grave
Ṍ ṍO with tilde and acuteLao transliteration
Õ̂ õ̂O with tilde and circumflex
Õ̌ õ̌O with tilde and caron
Ṏ ṏO with tilde and diaeresisThai transliteration
Ȭ ȭO with tilde and macronLivonian
Ō ōO with macronLatin, Pre-1946 Latvian letter, still sometimes used in some non-standard orthographies
Ṓ ṓO with macron and acuteGreek transliteration, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
Ṑ ṑO with macron and graveGreek transliteration, Latin, Livonian, Proto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
Ō̂ ō̂O with macron and circumflex
Ō̃ ō̃O with macron and tildeProto-Indo-European, Pali transliteration
Ō̃́ ō̃́O with macron and tilde and acuteProto-Indo-European
Ō̄ ō̄O with macron and macronKienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
Ō̆ ō̆O with macron and breveLatin
Ō̆́ ō̆́O with macron and breve and acuteLatin
Ō̈ ō̈O with macron and diaeresisSvan transliteration
Ō̌ ō̌O with macron and caron
Ŏ ŏO with breveFoochow Romanized, Jarai, Khmer transliteration, Latin
Ŏ̀ ŏ̀O with breve and graveLatin
Ŏ́ ŏ́O with breve and acuteLatin
Ŏ̈ ŏ̈O with breve and diaeresisKhmer transliteration
Ȯ ȯO with dot aboveLivonian, Ulithian
Ȯ́ ȯ́O with dot above and acute
Ȱ ȱO with dot above and macronLivonian
O͘ o͘O with dot above rightPe̍h-ōe-jī
Ó͘ ó͘O with dot above right and acutePe̍h-ōe-jī
Ò͘ ò͘O with dot above right and gravePe̍h-ōe-jī
Ō͘ ō͘O with dot above right and macronPe̍h-ōe-jī
O̍͘ o̍͘O with dot above and vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī
Ö öO with diaeresisAzerbaijani, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, Estonian, Finnish, German, Luxembourgish, North Frisian, Norwegian, Rotuman, Sami, Saterlandic, Slovak, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen; cf. Cyrillic: Ӧ ӧ
Ö́ ö́O with diaeresis and acuteOld High German, Old Hungarian(now spelled Ő ő), Cabécar
Ö̀ ö̀O with diaeresis and graveZurich German (some spellings)[16]
Ö̂ ö̂O with diaeresis and circumflexOld High German
Ö̌ ö̌O with diaeresis and caron
Ö̃ ö̃O with diaeresis and tildeOld High German
Ȫ ȫO with diaeresis and macronLivonian, Old High German
Ȫ̆ ȫ̆O with diaeresis and macron and breveOld High German
Ö̆ ö̆O with diaeresis and breveOld High German
Ỏ ỏO with hook aboveVietnamese
O̊ o̊O with ring aboveOld High German
Ő őO with double acuteHungarian
Ǒ ǒO with caronPinyin transliteration
O̍ o̍O with vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System
O̎ o̎O with double vertical line
Ȍ ȍO with double graveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
O̐ o̐O with chandrabindu
Ȏ ȏO with inverted breveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
O̓ o̓O with comma aboveGreek transliteration
Ø øO with strokeClose-mid front rounded vowel; Danish, Faroese, Mazahua,[11] Norwegian
Ø̀ ø̀O with stroke and grave
Ǿ ǿO with stroke and acuteDanish
Ø̂ ø̂O with stroke and circumflex
Ø̃ ø̃O with stroke and tilde
Ø̄ ø̄O with stroke and macron
Ø̄́ ø̄́O with stroke, macron, and acute
Ø̄̆ ø̄̆O with stroke, macron, and breve
Ø̆ ø̆O with stroke and breve
Ø̇ ø̇O with stroke and dot above
Ø̇́ ø̇́O with stroke, dot above, and acute
Ø̈ ø̈O with stroke and diaeresis
Ø̋ ø̋O with stroke and double acute
Ø̌ ø̌O with stroke and caron
Ø᷎ ø᷎O with stroke and ogonek above
Ø̨ ø̨O with stroke and ogonek
Ǿ̨ ǿ̨O with stroke, ogonek, and acute
Ø̨̄ ø̨̄O with stroke, ogonek, and macron
Ø̣ ø̣O with stroke and dot below
Ø̥ ø̥O with stroke and ring below
Ø̰ ø̰O with stroke and tilde below
Ǿ̰ ǿ̰O with stroke, tilde below, and acute
ظø¸O with stroke and cedilla
Ǿ¸ǿ¸O with stroke, cedilla, and acute
Ɵ ɵ ᶱO with barClose-mid central rounded vowel. Yanalif. cf. Cyrillic: Ө ө
Ơ ơO with hornJarai, Vietnamese
Ớ ớO with horn and acuteVietnamese
Ờ ờO with horn and graveVietnamese
Ỡ ỡO with horn and tildeVietnamese
Ơ̆ ơ̆O with horn and breveJarai
Ở ởO with horn and hook aboveVietnamese
O᷎ o᷎O with ogonek above
Ó᷎ ó᷎O with ogonek above and acute
O̧ o̧O with cedilla
Ó̧ ó̧O with acute and cedilla
Ò̧ ò̧O with grave and cedilla
Ô̧ ô̧O with circumflex and cedilla
Ǒ̧ ǒ̧O with caron and cedilla
Ǫ ǫO with ogonekCayuga, Creek, Navajo, Gwich’in, Dogrib, Old Norse, Skolt Sámi
Ǫ̀ ǫ̀O with grave and ogonekNavajo
Ǫ́ ǫ́O with acute and ogonekNavajo, Old Icelandic, Old Norse, Romance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ǫ̂ ǫ̂O with circumflex and ogonekOld High German
Ǫ̃ ǫ̃O with tilde and ogonekGerman Dialectology,Romance Dialectology
Ǭ ǭO with macron and ogonekGerman Dialectology, Romance Dialectology, Proto-Germanic, Slavic dialectology, Skolt Sámi
Ǭ̀ ǭ̀O with macron, grave and ogonekSlavic dialectology
Ǭ́ ǭ́O with macron, acute and ogonekRomance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ǭ̂ ǭ̂O with macron, circumflex and ogonek
Ǭ̃ ǭ̃O with macron, tilde and ogonekRomance Dialectology
Ǭ̆ ǭ̆O with macron, breve and ogonekRomance Dialectology
Ǭ̌ ǭ̌O with macron, caron and ogonek
Ǫ̆ ǫ̆O with breve and ogonekRomance Dialectology, Slavic dialectology
Ǫ̆́ ǫ̆́O with breve, acute and ogonekRomance Dialectology
Ǫ̇ ǫ̇O with dot above and ogonek
Ǫ̇́ ǫ̇́O with dot above, acute, and ogonek
Ǫ̈ ǫ̈O with diaeresis and ogonekGerman Dialectology, Rheinische Dokumenta
Ǫ̈̀ ǫ̈̀O with diaeresis, grave, and ogonek
Ǫ̈́ ǫ̈́O with diaeresis, acute, and ogonek
Ǫ̈̂ ǫ̈̂O with diaeresis, circumflex, and ogonek
Ǫ̈̃ ǫ̈̃O with diaeresis, tilde, and ogonekGerman Dialectology
Ǫ̈̄ ǫ̈̄O with diaeresis, macron, and ogonekGerman Dialectology
Ǫ̈̌ ǫ̈̌O with diaeresis, caron, and ogonek
Ǫ̋ ǫ̋O with double acute and ogonek
Ǫ̌ ǫ̌O with caron and ogonek
Ǫ̑ ǫ̑O with inverted breve and ogonekOld Church Slavonic transliteration
Ǫ̣ ǫ̣O with ogonek and dot below
Ǫ̱ ǫ̱O with ogonek and line below
Ǫ̱́ ǫ̱́O with ogonek, line below, and acute
Ǫ̱̀ ǫ̱̀O with ogonek, line below, and grave
Ǫ᷎ ǫ᷎O with ogonek above and ogonek 
O̭ o̭O with circumflex below
O̰ o̰O with tilde below
Ó̰ ó̰O with tilde below and acute
O̱ o̱O with line belowGerman dialectology
Ò̱ ò̱O with grave and line below
Ó̱ ó̱O with acute and line below
Ô̱ ô̱O with circumflex and line below
Ǒ̱ ǒ̱O with caron and line below
Õ̱ õ̱O with tilde and line below
Ō̱ ō̱O with macron and line below
Ṓ̱ ṓ̱O with macron, acute, and line below
Ṑ̱ ṑ̱O with macron, grave, and line below
Ō̱̂ ō̱̂O with macron, circumflex, and line below
Ö̱ ö̱O with diaeresis and line belowEstonian Swedish, German dialectology, Seneca
Ö̱́ ö̱́O with diaeresis, acute, and line below
Ö̱̀ ö̱̀O with diaeresis, grave, and line below
Ö̱̂ ö̱̂O with diaeresis, circumflex, and line below
Ö̱̌ ö̱̌O with diaeresis, caron, and line below
O̮ o̮O with breve belowUralic dialectology
Ọ ọO with dot belowRomance dialectology, Accented Slovenian, Vietnamese, Yoruba
Ọ̀ ọ̀O with grave and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ọ́ ọ́O with acute and dot belowRomance dialectology, Accented Slovenian
Ộ ộO with circumflex and dot belowVietnamese
Ọ̃ ọ̃O with tilde and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ọ̄ ọ̄O with macron and dot belowGreek dialectology, Romance dialectology
Ọ̄̀ ọ̄̀O with macron and grave and dot below
Ọ̄́ ọ̄́O with macron and acute and dot below
Ọ̄̃ ọ̄̃O with macron and tilde and dot below
Ọ̄̆ ọ̄̆O with macron and breve and dot below
Ọ̆ ọ̆O with breve and dot belowRomance dialectology
Ọ̈ ọ̈O with diaeresis and dot belowGreek dialectology, Old High German
Ọ̈̀ ọ̈̀O with diaeresis, grave, and dot below
Ọ̈́ ọ̈́O with diaeresis, acute, and dot below
Ọ̈̂ ọ̈̂O with diaeresis, circumflex, and dot below
Ọ̈̄ ọ̈̄O with diaeresis, macron, and dot belowGreek dialectology
Ọ̈̌ ọ̈̌O with diaeresis, caron, and dot below
Ọ̌ ọ̌O with caron and dot below
Ọ̑ ọ̑O with inverted breve and dot belowAccented Slovenian
Ợ ợO with horn and dot belowVietnamese
Ọ ọO with vertical line and dot below
O̤ o̤O with diaeresis belowGerman dialectology, Pu-Xian Min
Ò̤ ò̤O with diaeresis below and grave
Ó̤ ó̤O with diaeresis below and acute
Ô̤ ô̤O with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ö̤ ö̤O with diaeresis below and diaeresis
O̥ o̥O with ring belowArabic transliteration, Japanese dialectology
Ō̥ ō̥O with ring below and macronJapanese dialectology
O̬ o̬O with caron belowOssetian transliteration
O̯ o̯O with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
O̩ o̩O with vertical line below
Õ͔ õ͔O with left arrowhead below and tildeUralic dialectology
Ō͔ ō͔O with left arrowhead below and macronUralic dialectology
O̜ o̜O with left half ring below
O̹ o̹O with right half ring below
Ó̹ ó̹O with right half ring below and acute
O̲ o̲O with underline
Sideways O with strokeUPA
Open O with retroflex hook 
Ꝍ ꝍO with loopMedieval Nordic vowel /ǫ/, /øː/, and /ey/[6]
O with low ring insideUPA
Ꝋ ꝋO with long stroke overlay 
Ɔ́ ɔ́Open O with acute
Ɔ̀ ɔ̀Open O with grave
Ɔ̂ ɔ̂Open O with circumflex
Ɔ̌ ɔ̌Open O with caron
Ɔ̃ ɔ̃Open O with tilde
Ɔ̃́ ɔ̃́Open O with tilde and acute
Ɔ̃̀ ɔ̃̀Open O with tilde and grave
Ɔ̃̂ ɔ̃̂Open O with tilde and circumflex
Ɔ̃̌ ɔ̃̌Open O with tilde and caron
Ɔ̃̍ ɔ̃̍Open O with tilde and vertical line
Ɔ̃̎ ɔ̃̎Open O with tilde and double vertical line
Ɔ̄ ɔ̄Open O with macron
Ɔ̆ ɔ̆Open O with breve
Ɔ̇ ɔ̇Open O with dot above
Ɔ̈ ɔ̈Open O with diaeresis
Ɔ̈̀ ɔ̈̀Open O with diaeresis and grave
Ɔ̈́ ɔ̈́Open O with diaeresis and acute
Ɔ̈̂ ɔ̈̂Open O with diaeresis and circumflex
Ɔ̈̌ ɔ̈̌Open O with diaeresis and caron
Ɔ̌ ɔ̌Open O with caron
Ɔ̍ ɔ̍Open O with vertical line
Ɔ̎ ɔ̎Open O with double vertical line
Ɔ̣ ɔ̣Open O with dot below
Ɔ̣̀ ɔ̣̀Open O with dot below and grave
Ɔ̣́ ɔ̣́Open O with dot below and acute
Ɔ̣̂ ɔ̣̂Open O with dot below and circumflex
Ɔ̣̃ ɔ̣̃Open O with dot below and tilde
Ɔ̣̈ ɔ̣̈Open O with dot below and diaeresis
Ɔ̣̈̀ ɔ̣̈̀Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
Ɔ̣̈́ ɔ̣̈́Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
Ɔ̣̈̂ ɔ̣̈̂Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ɔ̣̈̌ ɔ̣̈̌Open O with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Ɔ̣̌ ɔ̣̌Open O with dot below and caron
Ɔ̤ ɔ̤Open O with diaeresis below
Ɔ̤̀ ɔ̤̀Open O with diaeresis below and grave
Ɔ̤́ ɔ̤́Open O with diaeresis below and acute
Ɔ̤̂ ɔ̤̂Open O with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ɔ̤̈ ɔ̤̈Open O with diaeresis below and diaeresis
Ɔ̱ ɔ̱Open O with line below
Ɔ̱̀ ɔ̱̀Open O with line below and grave
Ɔ̱́ ɔ̱́Open O with line below and acute
Ɔ̱̂ ɔ̱̂Open O with line below and circumflex
Ɔ̱̌ ɔ̱̌Open O with line below and caron
Ɔ̱̃ ɔ̱̃Open O with line below and tilde
Ɔ̱̈ ɔ̱̈Open O with line below and diaeresis
Ɔ̱̈̀ ɔ̱̈̀Open O with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ɔ̱̈́ ɔ̱̈́Open O with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Ɔ̧ ɔ̧Open O with cedilla
Ɔ̧̀ ɔ̧̀Open O with grave and cedilla
Ɔ̧́ ɔ̧́Open O with acute and cedilla
Ɔ̧̂ ɔ̧̂Open O with circumflex and cedilla
Ɔ̧̌ ɔ̧̌Open O with caron and cedilla
Ɔ̨ ɔ̨Open O with ogonekFormerly sometimes used in IPA for nasalized ɔ
Ɔ̨́ ɔ̨́Open O with ogonek and acute
Ɔ̨̀ ɔ̨̀Open O with ogonek and grave
Ɔ̨̂ ɔ̨̂Open O with ogonek and circumflex
Ɔ̨̌ ɔ̨̌Open O with ogonek and caron
Ɔ̨̄ ɔ̨̄Open O with ogonek and macron
Ɔ̨̆ ɔ̨̆Open O with ogonek and breve
Ɔ̨̈ ɔ̨̈Open O with ogonek and diaeresis
Ɔ̨̱ ɔ̨̱Open O with ogonek and line below
Ɔ̰ ɔ̰Open O with tilde below
Ɔ̰̀ ɔ̰̀Open O with tilde below and grave
Ɔ̰́ ɔ̰́Open O with tilde below and acute
Ɔ̰̄ ɔ̰̄Open O with tilde below and macron
P̀ p̀P with graveISO 9
Ṕ ṕP with acuteVõro; Previously used in Sorbian
P̃ p̃P with tildeSouth Efate, Yanesha, Old English
P̄ p̄P with macronBislama, Kharosthi Transliteration
P̆ p̆P with breveUralic Dialectology
Ṗ ṗP with dot aboveIrish (old orthography)
P̈ p̈P with diaeresisOld Irish
P̋ p̋P with double acuteOld Norse
P̑ p̑P with inverted breveSlavic Dialectology
P̓ p̓P with comma above
P̕ p̕P with comma above right
P̔ p̔P with reversed comma above
P͑ p͑P with left half ring above
P̱ p̱P with line belowHebrew Transliteration, Old Persian
P̣ p̣P with dot belowGeorgian Transliteration
P̤ p̤P with diaeresis below
P̬ p̬P with caron belowIPA
Ᵽ ᵽP with strokeTanimuca-Retuarã
Ꝑ ꝑP with stroke through descenderMedieval abbreviations[6]
P with middle tilde 
P with palatal hook 
Ƥ ƥP with hookSerer
Ꝓ ꝓP with flourishMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꝕ ꝕP with squirrel tailMedieval abbreviations[6]
ᴘ̇Small capital P with dot above
Q́ q́Q with acuteTsimané, Latin abbreviation
Q̃ q̃Q with tildeabbreviation
Q̄ q̄Q with macronLatin abbreviation
Q̇ q̇Q with dot aboveManichean transliteration
Q̈ q̈Q with diaeresisManichean transliteration
Q̋ q̋Q with double acute
Q̓ q̓Q with comma above
Q̕ q̕Q with comma above right
Q̧ q̧Q with cedillaCaucasian dialectology
Q̣ q̣Q with dot belowGeorgian transliteration
Q̣̇ q̣̇Q with dot below and dot above
Q̣̈ q̣̈Q with dot below and diaeresis
Q̱ q̱Q with line below
Ꝗ ꝗQ with stroke through descenderMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꝗ̃ ꝗ̃Q with stroke through descender and tilde
Ꝙ ꝙQ with diagonal strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
ʠQ with hook
Ɋ ɋQ with hook tailNumanggang
R̀ r̀R with graveCroatian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ŕ ŕR with acuteCroatian, Lower Sorbian, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
R̂ r̂R with circumflexAjië, Accented Latvian
R̃ r̃R with tildeLithuanian, Accented Latvian
R̄ r̄R with macronArmenian transliteration, Basque (alternative orthography), Wenzhounese Romanization System
R̆ r̆R with breveNepali transliteration
Ṙ ṙR with dot aboveUrdu transliteration
R̋ r̋R with double acute
Ř řR with caronCzech, Upper Sorbian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
R̍ r̍R with vertical line
Ȑ ȑR with double graveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
Ȓ ȓR with inverted breveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
R̓ r̓R with comma above
R̕ r̕R with comma above right
Ŗ ŗR with cedillaPre-1946 Latvian letter, still sometimes used in some non-standard orthographies
R̦ r̦R with comma belowLatgalian
R̨ r̨R with ogonekDravidian Dialectology
R̨̄ r̨̄R with ogonek and macronDravidian dialectology
Ꞧ ꞧR with oblique strokePre-1921 Latvian letter
R̭ r̭R with circumflex belowOld Persian Transliteration
Ṟ ṟR with line belowPitjantjatjara, Pashto transliteration, Tamil transliteration
Ṛ ṛR with dot belowAfro-Asiatic transliteration, Sanskrit transliteration, Indo-Iranian transliteration
Ṛ̀ ṛ̀R with dot below and graveProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ṛ́ ṛ́R with dot below and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ṝ ṝR with dot below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ṝ́ ṝ́R with dot below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ṝ̃ ṝ̃R with dot below and macron and tildeSanskrit transliteration
Ṝ̆ ṝ̆R with dot below and macron and breveProto-Indo-European
R̤ r̤R with diaeresis belowTelugu, Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam transliteration
R̥ r̥R with ring belowProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̀ r̥̀R with ring below and graveProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
Ŕ̥ ŕ̥R with ring below and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̂ r̥̂R with ring below and circumflexProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̃ r̥̃R with ring below and tildeProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̄ r̥̄R with ring below and macronProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̄́ r̥̄́R with ring below and macron and acuteProto-Indo-European, Sanskrit transliteration
R̥̄̆ r̥̄̆R with ring below and macron and breveProto-Indo-European
Ř̥ ř̥R with ring below and caronSanskrit transliteration
R̬ r̬R with caron belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
R̩ r̩R with vertical line belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
R̯ r̯R with inverted breve belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ɍ ɍR with strokeKanuri
R with middle tilde 
ɺTurned R with long legAlveolar lateral flap
R with palatal hook 
ɻ ʵTurned R with hookRetroflex approximant
Turned R with tailUPA
ɼR with long legFormer IPA letter;
Ɽ ɽR with tailRetroflex flap
ɾR with fishhookAlveolar flap
R with fishhook and middle tilde 
ɿReversed R with fishhookIPA: [z̩]
ʀ̇Small capital R with dot above
ʀ̣Small capital R with dot below
Ꝛ́ ꝛ́R rotunda with acute
Ꝛ̣ ꝛ̣R rotunda with dot below
S̀ s̀S with graveUgaritic transliteration, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ś śS with acutePolish, Sanskrit transliteration
Ś̀ ś̀S with acute and graveSemitic transliteration
Ś śS with acute and comma above right
Ṥ ṥS with acute and dot aboveHebrew transliteration
Ŝ ŝS with circumflexEsperanto
S̃ s̃S with tildeOld German (usually written S macron), Old Irish
S̄ s̄S with macronBasque (alternative orthography), Old German
S̄̒ s̄̒S with macron and turned comma above
S̆ s̆S with breve
Ṡ ṡS with dot aboveIrish (old orthography), Emiliano-Romagnolo
Ṡ̃ ṡ̃S with dot above and tildeOld Irish
S̈ s̈S with diaeresisSeneca
S̋ s̋S with double acuteKharosthi transliteration
Š šS with caronArabic, Syriac, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovenian, Sorbian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Bosnian
Š̀ š̀S with caron and graveSemitic transliteration
Š́ š́S with caron and acuteAvestan transliteration
Ṧ ṧS with caron and dot aboveHebrew transliteration
Š̓ š̓S with caron and comma above
S̑ s̑S with inverted breve
S̒ s̒S with turned comma above
S̓ s̓S with comma above
S̕ s̕S with comma above right
Ş şS with cedillaAzerbaijani, Gagauz, Turkish and Turkmen, also used in the Roman alphabets of Tatar, Crimean Tatar, Bashkir, Kazakh, Chechen, and Kurdish.
Ș șS with comma belowRomanian, cf. comma-below versus cedilla
S̨ s̨S with ogonek
Š̨ š̨S with ogonek and caronAvestan transliteration
Ꞩ ꞩS with oblique strokePre-1921 Latvian letter; pre-1950 Lower Sorbian letter
S̱ s̱S with line belowMiddle Persian transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration
Ś̱ ś̱S with line below and acuteKharosthi transliteration
S̮ s̮S with breve below
Ṣ ṣS with dot belowO'odham, Yoruba, Arabic transliteration, Hebrew transliteration, Sanskrit transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Afro-Asiatic transliteration, Indic transliteration
Ṣ́ ṣ́S with dot below and acuteGəˁəz transliteration
Ṣ̄ ṣ̄S with dot below and macronKharosthi transliteration
Ṩ ṩS with dot below and dot aboveHebrew transliteration
Ṣ̌ ṣ̌S with dot below and caronAvestan transliteration, Pashto transliteration, Berber languages, Wakhi
Ṣ̕ ṣ̕S with dot below and comma above right
Ṣ̱ ṣ̱S with dot below and line belowKharosthi transliteration
S̤ s̤S with diaeresis belowExtended Devanagari transliteration
Š̤ š̤S with diaeresis below and caronManichaean transliteration
S̥ s̥S with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
Ś̥S with ring below and acuteLydian transliteration
S̬ s̬S with caron belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
S̩ s̩S with vertical line below
S̪ s̪S with bridge belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
ꜱ̇Small capital S with dot above
ꜱ̣Small capital S with dot below
ſ́Long s with acute
Long s with dot aboveIrish orthography
ſ̣Long s with dot below
S with middle tilde 
S with palatal hook 
ʂ ᶳSmall S with hookVoiceless retroflex fricative
Capital S with hookMandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[15]
Ȿ ȿS with swash tailShona
Long S with diagonal strokePre-1921 Latvian letter; pre-1950 Lower Sorbian letter
Long S with high stroke 
Esh with palatal hook 
Esh with retroflex hook 
ʆEsh with curl 
T̀ t̀T with graveEgyptian transliteration
T́ t́T with acuteKharosthi transliteration, Egyptian transliteration
T̃ t̃T with tildeOld English abbreviation
T̄ t̄T with macronBasque (alternative orthography), ISO 9
T̆ t̆T with breveUralic dialectology
T̆̀ t̆̀T with breve and grave
Ṫ ṫT with dot aboveIrish (old orthography)
T̈ ẗT with diaeresisArabic transliteration, Old Irish
Ť ťT with caronCzech, Slovak
T̑ t̑T with inverted breveSlavic dialectology
T̓ t̓T with comma above
T̕ t̕T with comma above right
T̔ t̔T with reversed comma above
T͑ t͑T with left half ring above
Ţ ţT with cedillaGagauz
Ț țT with comma belowRomanian
T̨ t̨T with ogonekAbkhaz transliteration
T̗ t̗T with acute belowBerber
Ṱ ṱT with circumflex belowVenda, Egyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
T̰ t̰T with tilde belowAvestan transliteration
Ṯ ṯT with line belowPashto transliteration, Arabic transliteration, Middle Persian transliteration
T̮ t̮T with breve belowRomance dialectology
Ṭ ṭT with dot belowArabic and Syriac transliteration, Sanskrit Transliteration, Kharosthi transliteration, Indic transliteration; used for the emphatic T sound heard in Afro-Asiatic languages.
Ṭ́ ṭ́T with dot below and acuteKharosthi transliteration
T̤ t̤T with diaeresis below
T̥ t̥T with ring belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
T̬ t̬T with caron belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
T̯ t̯T with inverted breve belowEgyptian hiergolyphic transliteration
T̪ t̪T with bridge belowIPA and other phonetic alphabets
ƾInverted glottal stop with strokePreviously in IPA
Ŧ ŧT with strokeNorthern Sámi
Ⱦ ⱦT with diagonal strokeSaanich
T with middle tilde 
ƫ ᶵT with palatal hookPreviously in IPA
Ƭ ƭT with hookSerer
Ʈ ʈT with retroflex hookVoiceless retroflex plosive
ȶT with curlVoiceless alveolo-palatal stop
ᴛ̇Small capital T with dot above
ᴛ̣Small capital T with dot below
Ù ùU with graveEmiliano-Romagnolo, Friulian, French, Italian, Maltese, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Zurich German (some spellings)
Ú úU with acuteAfrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Icelandic, Irish, Occitan, Portuguese, Slovak, Accented Slovenian, Spanish, Welsh
Û ûU with circumflexAfrikaans, Dutch, Emiliano-Romagnolo, French, Friulian, Kurdish, Turkish, Welsh
Ũ ũU with tildeAccented Czech, Carian transliteration, Lao transliteration, Vietnamese
Ũ̀ ũ̀U with tilde and graveCarian transliteration
Ṹ ṹU with tilde and acuteCarian transliteration, Lao transliteration
Ũ̂ ũ̂U with tilde and circumflex
Ũ̊ ũ̊U with tilde and ring above
Ũ̌ ũ̌U with tilde and caron
Ũ̍ ũ̍U with tilde and vertical line
Ũ̎ ũ̎U with tilde and double vertical line
Ū ūU with macroncf. Cyrillic: Ӯ ӯ and Syriac transliteration
Ū̀ ū̀U with macron and grave
Ū́ ū́U with macron and acute
Ū̂ ū̂U with macron and circumflex
Ū̌ ū̌U with macron and caron
Ū̃ ū̃U with macron and tilde
Ū̄ ū̄U with macron and macronKienning Colloquial Romanized transliteration
Ū̆ ū̆U with macron and breve
Ū̆́ ū̆́U with macron and breve and acute
Ṻ ṻU with macron and diaeresisThai transliteration
Ū̊ ū̊U with macron and ring above
Ŭ ŭU with brevecf. Cyrillic: Ў ў, Belarusian, Esperanto, Jarai, Latin; previously used in Romanian
Ŭ̀ ŭ̀U with breve and grave
Ŭ́ ŭ́U with breve and acute
U̇ u̇U with dot above
U̇́ u̇́U with dot above and acute
U̇̄ u̇̄U with dot above and macron
Ü üU with diaeresisAzerbaijani, Catalan, Dutch, Estonian, Frisian, German, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Rotuman, Slovak, Spanish, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, Welsh, Hanyu Pinyin; cf. Cyrillic: Ӱ ӱ
Ǜ ǜU with diaeresis and graveFourth tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin, Zurich German (some spellings)[16]
Ǘ ǘU with diaeresis and acuteSecond tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
Ü̂ ü̂U with diaeresis and circumflex
Ü̃ ü̃U with diaeresis and tilde
Ǖ ǖU with diaeresis and macronFirst tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
Ǖ̆ ǖ̆U with diaeresis and macron and breve
Ü̆ ü̆U with diaeresis and breve
Ǚ ǚU with diaeresis and caronThird tone for yu in Hanyu Pinyin
Ủ ủU with hook aboveVietnamese
Ů ůU with ring aboveCzech
Ů́ ů́U with ring above and acuteAccented Czech
Ů̃ ů̃U with ring above and tildeAccented Czech
Ű űU with double acutecf. Cyrillic: Ӳ ӳ, Hungarian
Ǔ ǔU with caronPinyin
U̍ u̍U with vertical linePe̍h-ōe-jī, Taiwanese Romanization System and other transliterations of Chinese dialects
U̎ u̎U with double vertical line
Ȕ ȕU with double graveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
Ȗ ȗU with inverted breveCroatian, Accented Slovenian
U̓ u̓U with comma above
U᷎ u᷎U with ogonek above
Ủ ủU with hook aboveVietnamese
Ư ưU with hornJarai, Vietnamese
Ứ ứU with horn and acuteVietnamese
Ừ ừU with horn and graveVietnamese
Ữ ữU with horn and tildeVietnamese
Ư̆ ư̆U with horn and breveJarai
Ử ửU with horn and hook aboveVietnamese
Ự ựU with horn and dot belowVietnamese
U̧ u̧U with cedilla
Ú̧ ú̧U with acute and cedilla
Ù̧ ù̧U with grave and cedilla
Û̧ û̧U with circumflex and cedilla
Ǔ̧ ǔ̧U with caron and cedilla
Ų ųU with ogonekLithuanian
Ų̀ ų̀U with ogonek and grave
Ų́ ų́U with ogonek and acute
Ų̂ ų̂U with ogonek and circumflex
Ų̌ ų̌U with ogonek and caron
Ų̄ ų̄U with ogonek and macron
Ų̄́ ų̄́U with ogonek, macron, and acute
Ų̄̀ ų̄̀U with ogonek, macron, and grave
Ų̄̂ ų̄̂U with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
Ų̄̌ ų̄̌U with ogonek, macron, and breve
Ų̄̌ ų̄̌U with ogonek, macron, and caron
Ų̈ ų̈U with ogonek and diaeresis
Ų̈́ ų̈́U with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
Ų̈̀ ų̈̀U with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
Ų̈̂ ų̈̂U with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ų̈̌ ų̈̌U with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
Ų̈̄ ų̈̄U with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
Ų̋ ų̋U with ogonek and double acute
Ų̱ ų̱U with ogonek and line below
Ų̱́ ų̱́U with ogonek, line below, and acute
Ų̱̀ ų̱̀U with ogonek, line below, and grave
Ṷ ṷU with circumflex belowIPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
Ṵ ṵU with tilde belowIPA and other phonetic systems, Semitic transliteration
Ṵ̀ ṵ̀U with tilde below and grave
Ṵ́ ṵ́U with tilde below and acute
Ṵ̄ ṵ̄U with tilde below and macron
Ṵ̈ ṵ̈U with tilde below and diaeresis
U̱ u̱U with line belowAguaruna
Ù̱ ù̱U with line below and grave
Ú̱ ú̱U with line below and acute
Û̱ û̱U with line below and circumflex
Ũ̱ ũ̱U with line below and tilde
Ū̱ ū̱U with line below and macron
Ū̱́ ū̱́U with line below, macron, and acute
Ū̱̀ ū̱̀U with line below, macron, and grave
Ū̱̂ ū̱̂U with line below, macron, and circumflex
Ü̱ ü̱U with line below and diaeresis
Ǘ̱ ǘ̱U with line below, diaeresis, and acute
Ǜ̱ ǜ̱U with line below, diaeresis, and grave
Ü̱̂ ü̱̂U with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ǚ̱ ǚ̱U with line below, diaeresis, and caron
Ǔ̱ ǔ̱U with line below and caron
Ụ ụU with dot belowVietnamese
Ụ̀ ụ̀U with dot below and grave
Ụ́ ụ́U with dot below and acute
Ụ̂ ụ̂U with dot below and circumflex
Ụ̃ ụ̃U with dot below and tilde
Ụ̄ ụ̄U with dot below and macron
Ụ̈ ụ̈U with dot below and diaeresis
Ụ̈̀ ụ̈̀U with dot below, diaeresis, and grave
Ụ̈́ ụ̈́U with dot below, diaeresis, and acute
Ụ̈̂ ụ̈̂U with dot below, diaeresis, and circumflex
Ụ̈̌ ụ̈̌U with dot below, diaeresis, and caron
Ụ̌ ụ̌U with dot below and caron
Ụ̍ ụ̍U with dot below and vertical line
Ṳ ṳU with diaeresis belowPe̍h-ōe-jī
Ṳ̀ ṳ̀U with diaeresis below and grave
Ṳ́ ṳ́U with diaeresis below and acute
Ṳ̂ ṳ̂U with diaeresis below and circumflex
Ṳ̈ ṳ̈U with diaeresis below and diaeresis
U̥ u̥U with ring below
Ü̥ ü̥U with ring below and diaeresis
U̯ u̯U with inverted breve below
Ũ̯ ũ̯U with inverted breve below and tilde
Ü̯ ü̯U with inverted breve below and diaeresis
U̩ u̩U with vertical line below
U͔ u͔U with left arrowhead below
Ũ͔ ũ͔U with left arrowhead below and tilde
Ū͔ ū͔U with left arrowhead below and macron
Ʉ ʉ ᶶU barClose central rounded vowel
Ʉ̀ ʉ̀U bar with grave
Ʉ́ ʉ́U bar with acute
Ʉ̂ ʉ̂U bar with circumflex
Ʉ̃ ʉ̃U bar with tilde
Ʉ̄ ʉ̄U bar with macron
Ʉ̈ ʉ̈U bar with diaeresis
Ʉ̌ ʉ̌U bar with caron
Ʉ̧ ʉ̧U bar with cedilla
Ʉ̰ ʉ̰U bar with tilde below
Ʉ̰́ ʉ̰́U bar with tilde below and acute
Ʉ̱ ʉ̱U bar with line below
Ʉ̱́ ʉ̱́U bar with line below and acute
Ʉ̱̀ ʉ̱̀U bar with line below and grave
Ʉ̱̂ ʉ̱̂U bar with line below and circumflex
Ʉ̱̈ ʉ̱̈U bar with line below and diaeresis
Ʉ̱̌ ʉ̱̌
Ʉ̥ ʉ̥U bar with ring below
Ꞹ ꞹU with strokeMazahua[11]
Small capital U with stroke 
U with retroflex hook 
Ꞿ ꞿGlottal UUgaritic transliteration[12]
ʮTurned H with fishhook 
ʯTurned H with fishhook and tail 
ɰ ᶭTurned M with long legVelar approximant
Ʊ̀ ʊ̀Upsilon with grave
Ʊ́ ʊ́Upsilon with acute
Ʊ̃ ʊ̃Upsilon with tilde
ᵿUpsilon with strokeNear-close central rounded vowel
V̀ v̀V with grave
V́ v́V with acute
V̂ v̂V with circumflex
Ṽ ṽV with tildeMundang
Ṽ̀ ṽ̀V with tilde and grave
Ṽ́ ṽ́V with tilde and acute
Ṽ̂ ṽ̂V with tilde and circumflex
Ṽ̌ ṽ̌V with tilde and caron
V̄ v̄V with macronMaore
V̄̀ v̄̀V with macron and grave
V̄́ v̄́V with macron and acute
V̄̂ v̄̂V with macron and circumflex
V̄̃ v̄̃V with macron and tilde
V̄̄ v̄̄V with macron and macron
V̄̆ v̄̆V with macron and breve
V̄̌ v̄̌V with macron and caron
V̆ v̆V with breve
V̆́ v̆́V with breve and acute
V̇ v̇V with dot above
V̈ v̈V with diaeresis
V̈̀ v̈̀V with diaeresis and grave
V̈́ v̈́V with diaeresis and acute
V̈̂ v̈̂V with diaeresis and circumflex
V̈̄ v̈̄V with diaeresis and macron
V̈̌ v̈̌V with diaeresis and caron
V̊ v̊V with ring above
V̋ v̋V with double acute
V̌ v̌V with caron
V̍ v̍V with vertical line
V̏ v̏V with double grave
V̐ v̐V with chandrabindu
V̓ v̓V with comma above
V̧ v̧V with cedilla
V̨ v̨V with ogonek
V̨̀ v̨̀V with ogonek and grave
V̨́ v̨́V with ogonek and acute
V̨̂ v̨̂V with ogonek and circumflex
V̨̌ v̨̌V with ogonek and caron
V̨̄ v̨̄V with ogonek and macron
V̨̄́ v̨̄́V with ogonek, macron, and acute
V̨̄̀ v̨̄̀V with ogonek, macron, and grave
V̨̄̂ v̨̄̂V with ogonek, macron, and circumflex
V̨̄̌ v̨̄̌V with ogonek, macron, and caron
V̨̈ v̨̈V with ogonek and diaeresis
V̨̈́ v̨̈́V with ogonek, diaeresis, and acute
V̨̈̀ v̨̈̀V with ogonek, diaeresis, and grave
V̨̈̂ v̨̈̂V with ogonek, diaeresis, and circumflex
V̨̈̌ v̨̈̌V with ogonek, diaeresis, and caron
V̨̈̄ v̨̈̄V with ogonek, diaeresis, and macron
V̨̋ v̨̋V with ogonek and double acute
V̨̱ v̨̱V with ogonek and line below
V̨̱́ v̨̱́V with ogonek, line below, and acute
V̨̱̀ v̨̱̀V with ogonek, line below, and grave
V̨̱̂ v̨̱̂V with ogonek, line below, and circumflex
V̨̱̌ v̨̱̌V with ogonek, line below, and caron
V̱ v̱V with line below
V̱̀ v̱̀V with line below and grave
V̱́ v̱́V with line below and acute
V̱̂ v̱̂V with line below and circumflex
V̱̌ v̱̌V with line below and caron
Ṽ̱ ṽ̱V with line below and tilde
V̱̈ v̱̈V with line below and diaeresis
V̱̈́ v̱̈́V with line below, diaeresis, and acute
V̱̈̀ v̱̈̀V with line below, diaeresis, and grave
V̱̈̂ v̱̈̂V with line below, diaeresis, and circumflex
V̱̈̌ v̱̈̌V with line below, diaeresis, and caron
Ṿ ṿV with dot belowInari Sami, Devanagari transliteration
V̥ v̥V with ring below
Ꝟ ꝟV with diagonal strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
V with palatal hook 
Ʋ ʋ ᶹV with hook (Script V)Labiodental approximant;Bissa, Kabye
Ʋ̀ ʋ̀V with hook (Script V) with grave
Ʋ́ ʋ́V with hook (Script V) with acute
Ʋ̂ ʋ̂V with hook (Script V) with circumflex
Ʋ̃ ʋ̃V with hook (Script V) with tilde
Ʋ̈ ʋ̈V with hook (Script V) with diaeresis
Ʋ̌ ʋ̌V with hook (Script V) with caron
V with right hookLabiodental flap
V with curl 
Ꝩ́ ꝩ́Vend with acute
Ꝩ̇ ꝩ̇Vend with dot above
Ꝩ̣ ꝩ̣Vend with dot below
Ẁ ẁW with graveWelsh
Ẃ ẃW with acuteWelsh
Ŵ ŵW with circumflexChichewa, Nsenga, Welsh
W̃ w̃W with tilde
W̄ w̄W with macron
W̆ w̆W with breve
Ẇ ẇW with dot aboveHebrew transliteration
Ẅ ẅW with diaeresisWelsh, Tlingit
W̊ ẘW with ring aboveArabic transliteration
W̋ w̋W with double acute
W̌ w̌W with caron
W̍ w̍W with vertical line
W̓ w̓W with comma above
W̱ w̱W with line belowSaanich
Ẉ ẉW with dot belowUrdu transliteration
W̥ w̥W with ring below
W̬ w̬W with caron below
Ⱳ ⱳW with hookPuguli language
X̀ x̀X with grave
X́ x́X with acute
X̂ x̂X with circumflex
X̃ x̃X with tilde
X̄ x̄X with macron
X̆ x̆X with breve
X̆́ x̆́X with breve and acute
Ẋ ẋX with dot aboveAmericanist phonetic notation,Avestan transliteration
Ẍ ẍX with diaeresisKurdish
X̊ x̊X with ring above
X̌ x̌X with caron
X̓ x̓X with comma above
X̕ x̕X with comma above right
X̱ x̱X with line belowSaanich
X̱̓ x̱̓X with line below and comma above
X̣ x̣X with dot below
X̣̓ x̣̓X with dot below and comma above
X̥ x̥X with ring below
X with palatal hook 
Ỳ ỳY with graveVietnamese, Welsh
Ý ýY with acuteAfrikaans, Czech, Faroese, Icelandic, Old Norse, Slovak, Vietnamese, Welsh
Ŷ ŷY with circumflexOld Tupi, Welsh
Ỹ ỹY with tildeAccented Czech, Vietnamese
Ȳ ȳY with macronLatin, Livonian, Cornish
Ȳ̀ ȳ̀Y with macron and grave
Ȳ́ ȳ́Y with macron and acute
Ȳ̃ ȳ̃Y with macron and tilde
Ȳ̆ ȳ̆Y with macron and breve
Y̆ y̆Y with breve
Y̆̀ y̆̀Y with breve and grave
Y̆́ y̆́Y with breve and acute
Ẏ ẏY with dot aboveMiddle English
Ẏ́ ẏ́Y with dot above and acute
Ÿ ÿY with diaeresisFrench, Greek transliteration, Welsh
Ÿ́ ÿ́Y with diaeresis and acute
Y̊ ẙY with ring aboveArabic transliteration
Y̋ y̋Y with double acute
Y̌ y̌Y with caron
Y̍ y̍Y with vertical line
Y̎ y̎Y with double vertical line
Y̐ y̐Y with chandrabindu
Y̓ y̓Y with comma above
Ỷ ỷY with hook aboveVietnamese
Y᷎ y᷎Y with ogonek above
Y̱ y̱Y with line below
Ỵ ỵY with dot belowVietnamese
Ỵ̣ ỵ̣Y with colon belowSogdian transliteration
Y̥ y̥Y with ring below
Y̯ y̯Y with inverted breve below
Ɏ ɏY with strokeLubuagan Kalinga
Ƴ ƴY with hookFula, Hausa
Ỿ ỿY with loopMedieval Welsh[6]
Z̀ z̀Z with graveOld Welsh, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ź źZ with acutePolish, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ẑ ẑZ with circumflexCyrillic transliteration
Z̃ z̃Z with tildeOld German (usually written Z macron)
Z̄ z̄Z with macronOld Berber transliteration, Old German, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ż żZ with dot abovePolish, Maltese
Z̈ z̈Z with diaeresis
Z̋ z̋Z with double acute
Ž žZ with caronCzech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovenian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Bosnian, Wenzhounese Romanization System
Ž́ ž́Z with caron and acute
Ž̏ ž̏Z with caron and double grave
Z̑ z̑Z with inverted breve
Z̓ z̓Z with comma above
Z̕ z̕Z with comma above right
Z̨ z̨Z with ogonek
Z̗ z̗Z with acute below
Ẕ ẕZ with line belowHebrew transliteration
Z̮ z̮Z with breve below
Ẓ ẓZ with dot belowArabic transliteration
Ẓ́ ẓ́Z with dot below and acute
Ẓ̌ ẓ̌Z with dot below and caron
Ẓ̣ ẓ̣Z with colon belowArabic transliteration
Z̤ z̤Z with diaeresis below
Z̥ z̥Z with ring below
Ƶ ƶZ with strokeYanalif, Polish (as an allograph of Ż, used only in uppercase)
Z with middle tilde 
Small Z with palatal hook 
Capital Z with palatal hookMandarin Chinese using the early draft version of pinyin romanization during the mid-1950s[15]
Ȥ ȥZ with hookMedieval German
ʐ ᶼZ with retroflex hookVoiced retroflex fricative
ʑ ᶽZ with curlVoiced alveolo-palatal fricative
Ɀ ɀZ with swash tailShona
Ⱬ ⱬZ with descenderUyghur. c.f. Cyrillic: Ҙ ҙ
Ʒ́ ʒ́Ezh with acute
Ʒ̇ ʒ̇Ezh with dot above
Ǯ ǯEzh with caronKarelian, Skolt Sámi
Ǯ́ ǯ́Ezh with caron and acute
Ʒ̥ ʒ̥Ezh with ring below
Ezh with retroflex hook 
ƺPreviously in IPA
ʓEzh with curl 
Þ́ þ́Thorn with acute
Þ̣ þ̣Thorn with dot below
Ꝥ ꝥThorn with strokeMedieval abbreviations[6]
Ꝧ ꝧThorn with stroke through descenderMedieval abbreviations[6]
ƻTwo with strokePreviously in IPA
Ꜯ ꜯCuatrillo with commaMayan glottalized alveolar affricate /tsˀ/
ʡGlottal stop with strokeEpiglottal plosive
ʢReversed glottal stop with strokeVoiced epiglottal fricative

Ligatures and digraphs

Ligatures and digraphs
LetterNameNotes
Ꜳ ꜳAAMedieval Nordic vowel /aː/[6]
Ꜳ́ ꜳ́AA with acute
Ꜳ̋ ꜳ̋AA double acute
Ꜳ̇ ꜳ̇AA with dot above
Ꜳ̈ ꜳ̈AA with diaeresis
Ꜳ̣ ꜳ̣AA with dot below
Æ æ ᴭAEAsh, Aesc, Near-open front unrounded vowel. cf. Cyrillic: Ӕ ӕ
Æ̀ æ̀AE with grave
Ǽ ǽAE with acuteDanish
Æ̂ æ̂AE with circumflex
Æ̌ æ̌AE with caron
Æ̃ æ̃AE with tilde
Æ̃́ æ̃́AE with tilde and acute
Æ̃̀ æ̃̀AE with tilde and grave
Æ̃̂ æ̃̂AE with tilde and circumflex
Æ̃̌ æ̃̌AE with tilde and caron
Ǣ ǣAE with macronOld English
Ǣ́ ǣ́AE with macron and acute
Ǣ̂ ǣ̂AE with macron and circumflex
Ǣ̃ ǣ̃AE with macron and tilde
Ǣ̆ ǣ̆AE with macron and breve
Æ̆ æ̆AE with breve
Æ̇ æ̇AE with dot above
Æ̈ æ̈AE with diaeresis
Æ̈̀ æ̈̀AE with diaeresis and grave
Æ̈́ æ̈́AE with diaeresis and acute
Æ̈̂ æ̈̂AE with diaeresis and circumflex
Æ̈̌ æ̈̌AE with diaeresis and caron
Æ̊ æ̊AE with ring
Æ̋ æ̋AE with double acute
Æ᷎ æ᷎AE with ogonek above
Æ̨ æ̨AE with ogonek
Æ̨̀ æ̨̀AE with grave and ogonek
Ǽ̨ ǽ̨AE with acute and ogonek
Æ̨̂ æ̨̂AE with circumflex and ogonek
Æ̨̈ æ̨̈AE with diaeresis and ogonek
Ǣ̨ ǣ̨AE with macron and ogonek
Æ̨̌ æ̨̌AE with caron and ogonek
Æ̨̱ æ̨̱AE with ogonek and line below
Æ̱ æ̱AE with line below
Æ̱̃ æ̱̃AE with line below and tilde
Æ̱̈ æ̱̈AE with line below and diaeresis
Æ̣ æ̣AE with dot below
Æ͔̃ æ͔̃AE with left arrowhead below and tilde
Small capital AE 
ᴂ ᵆTurned AE 
A reversed-SchwaTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Ꜵ ꜵAOMedieval Nordic vowel /ǫ/
Ꜵ́ ꜵ́AO with acute
Ꜵ̋ ꜵ̋AO with double acute
Ꜵ̣ ꜵ̣AO with dot below
Ꜷ ꜷAUMedieval Nordic vowel /au/, /ǫ/, /ø/, and /øː/
Ꜷ́ ꜷ́AU with acute
Ꜷ̣ ꜷ̣AU with dot below
Ꜹ ꜹAVMedieval Nordic vowel /au/, /ǫ/, /ø/, and /øː/
Ꜻ ꜻAV with horizontal barMedieval Nordic vowel /ǫ/, /ø/, /øː/, and /ęː/
Ꜹ́ ꜹ́AV with acute
Ꜹ̋ ꜹ̋AV with double acute
Ꜹ̨ ꜹ̨AV with ogonek
Ꜹ̣ ꜹ̣AV with dot below
Ꜻ́ ꜻ́AV with horizontal bar and acute
Ꜽ ꜽAYMedieval Nordic vowel /ǫ/, /øː/, and /ey/
Ꜽ̇ ꜽ̇AY with dot above
Ꜽ̣ ꜽ̣AY with dot below
ȸDB digraphNonstandard symbol for voiced labiodental plosive
DZ Dz dzDZ
ʣDZ digraph
DŽ Dž džDZ with caron
DZ digraph with retroflex hookSinological transcription for a voiced retroflex affricate[17]
ʥDZ digraph with curl 
ʤDezh digraph 
Ligature FF 
Ligature FFI 
Ligature FFL 
Ligature FI 
Ligature FL 
ʩFeng digraph 
IJ ijLigature IJDutch, West Frisian
Iotified Ehistorically used for Yakut[18]
LJ Lj ljLJ 
Ỻ ỻMiddle-Welsh LlMedieval Welsh[6]
ʪLS digraph 
ʫLZ digraph 
ɮLezh digraphVoiced alveolar lateral fricative
NJ Nj njNJ 
Œ œ ꟹLigature OEFrench, Ethel, Open-mid front rounded vowel
Œ̀ œ̀Ligature OE with grave
Œ́ œ́Ligature OE with acute
Œ̂ œ̂Ligature OE with circumflex
Œ̃ œ̃Ligature OE with tilde
Œ̄ œ̄Ligature OE with macron
Œ̄́ œ̄́Ligature OE with macron and acute
Œ̄̃ œ̄̃Ligature OE with macron and tilde
Œ̄̆ œ̄̆Ligature OE with macron and breve
Œ̋ œ̋Ligature OE with double acute
Œ̌ œ̌Ligature OE with caron
Œ̨ œ̨Ligature OE with ogonek
Œ̨̃ œ̨̃Ligature OE with ogonek and tilde
Œ̣ œ̣Ligature OE with dot below
Œ̯ œ̯Ligature OE with inverted breve below
ɶSmall capital OEOpen front rounded vowel
Turned OE 
Turned OE with horizontal strokeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Turned OE with strokeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Open OEhistorically used for Yakut
Ꝏ ꝏOOMedieval Nordic vowel /oː/
Ꝏ́ ꝏ́OO with acute
Ꝏ̈ ꝏ̈OO with diaeresis
Ꝏ̋ ꝏ̋OO with double acute
Ꝏ̣ ꝏ̣OO with dot below
Turned O Open-OTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Turned O Open-O with strokeTeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Latin Small Ligature ctPurely typographic representation
ȹQP digraphNonstandard symbol for voiceless labiodental plosive
ßSharp SGerman eszett
Ligature ST 
Long S-T 
ʨTC digraph with curl 
TH with strikethrough 
ʦTS digraph 
TS digraph with retroflex hookSinological transcription for a voiceless retroflex affricate[17]
ʧTesh digraph 
Ꜩ ꜩTZMayan palato-alveolar affricate /ts/
Inverted OETeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
UE 
UITeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
Turned UITeuthonista phonetic transcription system for German dialectology[3]
UOhistorically used for Yakut[18]
Ꝡ ꝡVYMedieval Nordic vowel /yː/
Ꝡ̈ ꝡ̈VY with diaeresis
Ꝡ̋ ꝡ̋VY with double acute
Sakha Yathistorically used for Yakut[18]
See also

Multigraphs

Other characters

Other Latin characters are omitted from the tables above:

  • Subscript modifier letters a, e, h-p, r-v, and x: ₐ ₑ ₕ ᵢ ⱼ ₖ ₗ ₘ ₙ ₒ ₚ ᵣ ₛ ₜ ᵤ ᵥ 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: ᴬ ᴮ ᴰ ᴱ ᴳ ᴴ ᴵ ᴶ ᴷ ᴸ ᴹ ᴺ ᴼ ᴾ ᴿ ᵀ ᵁ ᵂ ᵃ ᵇ ᶜ ᵈ ᵉ ᶠ ᵍ ʰ ⁱ ʲ ᵏ ˡ ᵐ ⁿ ᵒ ᵖ ʳ ˢ ᵗ ᵘ ᵛ ʷ ˣ ʸ 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": ʼn (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. "Uralic Phonetic Alphabet characters for the UCS" (PDF). 2002-03-20. Retrieved 2015-12-27.
  3. Everson, Michael; Dicklberger, Alois; Pentzlin, Karl; Wandl-Vogt, Eveline (2011-06-02). "Revised proposal to encode "Teuthonista" phonetic characters in the UCS" (PDF).
  4. Everson, Michael (2006-08-06). "L2/06-266: Proposal to add Latin letters and a Greek symbol to the UCS" (PDF).
  5. Everson, Michael; Jacquerye, Denis; Lilley, Chris (26 July 2012). "Proposal for the addition of ten Latin characters to the UCS" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  6. Michael Everson; et al. (2005-08-02). "Preliminary proposal to add medievalist characters to the UCS" (PDF). Retrieved 2015-12-27.
  7. Barmeier, Severin (2015-10-10), L2/15-241: Proposal to encode Latin small capital letter Q (PDF)
  8. Everson, Michael (2017-07-26). "L2/17-238: Proposal to add LATIN LETTER ANGLICANA W to the UCS" (PDF).
  9. West, Andrew (5 October 2009). "Rationale for Encoding Latin Letter Middle Dot" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. Retrieved 2015-12-27.
  10. "Unicode chart for Latin Extended-D" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. 2016.
  11. Jacquerye, Denis (2016-01-22), L2/16-032: Proposal to encode two Latin characters for Mazahua (PDF)
  12. Suignard, Michel (2017-05-09). "L2/17-076R2: Revised proposal for the encoding of an Egyptological YOD and Ugaritic characters" (PDF).
  13. 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.
  14. "Unicode chart for Latin Extended-E" (PDF). Unicode Consortium. 2016.
  15. West, Andrew; Chan, Eiso; Everson, Michael (2017-01-16). "L2/17-013: Proposal to encode three uppercase Latin letters used in early Pinyin" (PDF).
  16. Fleischer, Jürg; Schmid, Stephan (2006), "Zurich German" (PDF), Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 36 (2): 251, doi:10.1017/S0025100306002441
  17. Everson, Michael (2017-08-17). "L2/17-299: Proposal to add two Sinological Latin letters" (PDF).
  18. Yevlampiev, Ilya; Jumagueldinov, Nurlan; Pentzlin, Karl (2012-04-26). "Second revised proposal to encode four historic Latin letters for Sakha (Yakut)" (PDF).

See also

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