List of precomposed Latin characters in Unicode

This is a list of precomposed Latin characters in Unicode.[1][2] Unicode typefaces may be needed for these to display correctly.

Letters with diacritics

AaÆæBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoØøPpQqRrSſsTtUuVvWwXxYyZzƷʒ
acute ÁáǼǽĆćÉéǴǵÍíḰḱĹĺḾḿŃńÓóǾǿṔṕŔশÚúẂẃÝýŹź
acute and dot above Ṥṥ
breve ĂăĔĕĞğĬĭŎŏŬŭ
breve and acute Ắắ
breve and dot below Ặặ
breve and grave Ằằ
breve and hook above Ẳẳ
breve and tilde Ẵẵ
breve below Ḫḫ
caron ǍǎČčĎďĚěǦǧȞȟǏǐǰǨǩĽľŇňǑǒŘřŠšŤťǓǔŽžǮǯ
caron and dot above Ṧṧ
cedilla ÇçḐḑȨȩĢģḨḩĶķĻļŅņŖŗŞşŢţ
cedilla and acute Ḉḉ
cedilla and breve Ḝḝ
circumflex ÂâĈĉÊêĜĝĤĥÎîĴĵÔôŜŝÛûŴŵŶŷẐẑ
circumflex and acute ẤấẾếỐố
circumflex and dot below ẬậỆệỘộ
circumflex and grave ẦầỀềỒồ
circumflex and hook above ẨẩỂểỔổ
circumflex and tilde ẪẫỄễỖỗ
circumflex below ḒḓḘḙḼḽṊṋṰṱṶṷ
comma below ȘșȚț
diaeresis ÄäËëḦḧÏïÖöÜüẄẅẌẍŸÿ
diaeresis and acute ḮḯǗǘ
diaeresis and caron Ǚǚ
diaeresis and grave Ǜǜ
diaeresis and macron ǞǟȪȫǕǖ
diaeresis below Ṳṳ
dot above ȦȧḂḃĊċḊḋĖėḞḟĠġḢḣİṀṁṄṅȮȯṖṗṘṙṠẛṡṪṫẆẇẊẋẎẏŻż
dot above and macron ǠǡȰȱ
dot below ẠạḄḅḌḍẸẹḤḥỊịḲḳḶḷṂṃṆṇỌọṚṛṢṣṬṭỤụṾṿẈẉỴỵẒẓ
dot below and dot above Ṩṩ
dot below and macron ḸḹṜṝ
double acute ŐőŰű
double grave ȀȁȄȅȈȉȌȍȐȑȔȕ
grave ÀàÈèÌìǸǹÒòÙùẀẁỲỳ
hook above ẢảẺẻỈỉỎỏỦủỶỷ
horn ƠơƯư
horn and acute ỚớỨứ
horn and dot below ỢợỰự
horn and grave ỜờỪừ
horn and hook above ỞởỬử
horn and tilde ỠỡỮữ
inverted breve ȂȃȆȇȊȋȎȏȒȓȖȗ
macron ĀāǢǣĒēḠḡĪīŌōŪūȲȳ
macron and acute ḖḗṒṓ
macron and diaeresis Ṻṻ
macron and grave ḔḕṐṑ
macron below ḆḇḎḏḴḵḺḻṈṉṞṟṮṯẔẕ
ogonek ĄąĘęĮįǪǫŲų
ogonek and macron Ǭǭ
ring above ÅåŮů
ring above and acute Ǻǻ
ring below Ḁḁ
tilde ÃãẼẽĨĩÑñÕõŨũṼṽỸỹ
tilde and acute ṌṍṸṹ
tilde and diaeresis Ṏṏ
tilde and macron Ȭȭ
tilde below ḚḛḬḭṴṵ

Digraphs and ligatures

  • DZ, Dz, dz
  • DŽ, Dž, dž
  • IJ, ij
  • LJ, Lj, lj
  • NJ, Nj, nj

Other characters

NameUppercaseLowercase
angstrom sign Å
a with right half ring
kelvin sign K
l with interpunct Ŀŀ
apostrophe n ʼn
long s ſ

A collection of precomposed Latin characters (mostly abbreviations of units of measurement) is also included in the CJK Compatibility and Enclosed CJK Letters and Months sections of Unicode, as are a set of precomposed Roman numerals; these characters are intended for use in East Asian languages and are not meant to be mixed with Latin languages. Several enclosed alphanumerics are also featured in Unicode.

See also

References

  1. "Chapter 3: Conformance, section 3.7: Decomposition" (PDF). The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-09-10.
  2. "UCD: UnicodeData.txt". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-09-10.
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