Alphabet

1. The names of the individual letters are:

A /æ/, B /beɪ/, C /ki:/, Ć /tʃi:/, D /deɪ/, Đ /ðeɪ/, E /e/, F /ef/, G /geɪ/, Ğ /gju:/, /gwi:/, H /hi:/, I /ɪ/, J /dʒeɪ/, K /kju:/, L /el/, Ł /lji:/, M /meɪ/, /mju:/, N /en/, Ń /nji:/,, Ñ /ɪŋ/, O /ɒ/, P /pi:/, Q /kwi:/, R /ɑ:r/, Ŕ /ɜ:r/, S /si:/, Ś /ʃi:/, T /ti:/, Ʈ /θi:/, U /ʊ/, V /veɪ/, W /weɪ/,  /hweɪ/, X /eks/, X́ /ikʃ/, Y /ji:/, Z /zeɪ/, Ź /ʒeɪ/

2. When carrying an accent other than in the instances shown above, the letter is referred to as follows: Ú  = “U Acute”, Ū = “Ū Macron”, Ù = “U Grave”, Ŭ = “U Breve”, = “U Dot” etc.

3. The lower-case forms of Đ and Ʈ are ɖ and ʈ respectively.

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